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Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola Talk Sexism in Hollywood

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-Look, I’m always here for females in Hollywood calling out the industry’s sexiest BS. But this cover story with Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola is a little…odd. Like, when Dunst complains that she got “paid a lot of money for the Spider-Man movies but definitely the men were getting paid more”? Um, did she expect Tobey Maguire-level pay on that one?

-There’s a Justice League rumor that extensive reshoots have completely “remade” the movie, which doesn’t bode well.

-This is why British awards shows are so much better than ours. Look at the loser’s face at the 0:47 mark. Priceless!

Blake Lively is going to play a single-mom-turned-cage-fighter in a new movie directed by the guy who did The Notebook. I don’t understand how a lot of those words work in the same sentence.

Dave Chappelle is now trying to take back what he said on SNL about how we should all give Donald Trump. “I f—ed up. Sorry.”

Mo’Nique claims she was “whiteballed” by Lee Daniels, Tyler Perry, and Oprah. Is that a thing?

-A spinoff of The Young Pope is coming to HBO? Why? Has anyone even mentioned that show after it premiered?

-Fox’s trailer of Ghosted with Adam Scott and Craig Robinson made me laugh.

-Here are the new ABC fall trailers. The Gospel of Kevin looks cute, but that might be my Jason Ritter blinders talking. It’s also great to see Jenna Fischer back on the small screen.

-ABC also confirmed that Katy Perry will be a judge on their revival of American Idol, and that Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Sara Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf and Sarah Chalke are all coming back for the Roseanne reboot (despite a very tepid reaction from the upfronts crowd). They also announced that Marvel’s Inhumans will air on Friday nights with Agents of Shield which doesn’t sound good — although to be fair, the Friday “death slot” isn’t really a thing anymore. ABC’s Tuesdays-at-10 time period seems more of a death sentence.

-Speaking of TV, here’s a look at the current season in 5 really depressing charts. EVERY network show has dropped in the ratings except for The Bachelor, of all things.

Jimmy Kimmel is going to host the Oscars again next year. Sigh.

Supergirl’s next episode is call “Nevertheless, She Persisted”? Now I want to catch up on that show…

Emma Stone and Steve Carell square off in the first trailer for the Billie Jean King movie Battle Of The Sexes.

Amal Clooney Gives Us a Glimpse Of Her Baby Bump

George and Amal Clooney stepped out for the first time since announcing their pregnancy.

-Ahead of what is sure to be a political Oscar ceremony, this is a good read on what it means to be a celebrity in the age of Rump.

-So Norman Reedus and Diane Kruger are still a thing, huh?

Karl Lagerfeld continues to be a total dick by calling Meryl Streep cheap for allegedly wanting to be paid for wearing his Oscars gown.

-Moonlight’s Mahershala Ali is already having a big weekend. He and his wife just welcomed a baby boy.

Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron are going to costar in a romcom because that’s totally believable.

-Is it weird that there are a bunch of Girls reviews out already, even though the show doesn’t air until Sunday? I guess they didn’t want us to miss the episode (which is reportedly great) amid all the Oscars noise.

-I like this theory: the longer Adam Scott’s beard is, the less likable his character will be.

-The ladies of Mad Men reunited at a book party last night.

-This has never happened before: Jordan Peele’s Get Out is the first modern horror movie with a 100% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes on its opening day.

Justin Bieber swears he didn’t pee his pants in public. Mmm-kay.

-I’m so weirdly proud of Jake Gyllenhaal for getting such rave reviews on Broadway. He’s just keeping his head down, doing good work, and making me happy.

Patrick Stewart says he didn’t realize he wasn’t circumcised until his wife told himHugh Jackman‘s reaction is all of us.

More Rumours of Trouble for Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner

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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner in Daredevil (Twentieth Century Fox)

-Looks like someone needs to step up their farmers market game!

-Here are the best answers from Channing Tatum’s AMA (though really, you should probably just read the whole thing ’cause it’s all gold).

-Who in the world would spend $2k to partake in a 3-day “rustic nature experience” with Jared Leto? (Well, besides the guy who sat next to me at his TIFF doc premiere and yelled at me for not knowing Leto’s assistant’s name. That guy’s totally going.)

Taylor Schilling and Adam Scott get really NSFW in the first 7 minutes of their new movie, which you can watch on EW.

-Meanwhile, Adam told a story about how he and Paul Rudd once got kicked out of a wedding after showing their dicks in a video.

Jon Hamm stopped by a restaurant in Tennessee and very gave his waitress his Bonnaroo VIP wristband like the gent that he is.

-The first teaser for Season 2 of Fargo just features a bird and still manages to be fantastic.

Lexi Alexander is probably one of the most interesting (and definitely the most vocal) directors I follow on Twitter (@Lexialex). In this new interview in which she talks about the struggle for women to break into TV, she drops some gossip about a DP on Grey’s Anatomy who set out to make the female directors’ jobs hell.

-There are gets and then there are GETS. Marc Maron just landed President Obama for his WTF podcast.

-This is glorious. Someone wrote to my local newspaper’s advice column with the plot to The Room. And they answered it.

-Here’s our first look at Kristen Wiig on the Ghostbusters set. Is it too early to squee about this movie? ‘Cause I feel a squee coming on…

Kate Winslet wants us to stare at her face to prove that she hasn’t had Botox. Like we needed an excuse…

-Everything’s coming up Aaron Paul this week. Now he’s going to star in a film written and directed by Zack Whedon.

-Shocking report: Christian Grey comes off as even more of an abusive psychopath in E.L. James‘ new book.

-This is an excellent read on how In Touch’s fantastic Duggars coverage has changed tabloid journalism. (I never thought I’d use the words ‘fantastic coverage’ and ‘In Touch’ in the same sentence, but there it is.)

-Don’t ask Mindy Kaling to be your bridesmaid. Just don’t.

-Toast’s “If XX Were Your Girlfriend” series takes on Gillian Anderson, and it’s lovely.

-Meanwhile, Gillian talked about playing an “older Scully” in a new interview with TV Line.

-It always unnerves me when I agree with a GOOP article

-I adore Haley Atwell but her second outfit in this gallery is tragic.

-I’m really digging the Reelside series that’s airing on The Movie Network right now. This week’s goes behind the scenes with Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen.

-I’m not sure I really “get” the trailer for Turbo Kid, but Sundance loved it.