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Gal Gadot covers the new issue of EW, sharing an inside look at Wonder Woman’s journey from WWI to the neon-soaked ‘80s.

Natalie Portman is siding with her critics after being called out for working with few female directors.

-For some reason, Justin Bieber is talking about his sex life, telling fans “When I’m with my wife, we like to… You guys can guess what we do. It’s gets pretty crazy… that’s pretty much all we do…We like to watch movies, we like to Netflix and chill, but we definitely do more of the chilling.”

Constance Wu says she hasn’t seen Hustlers yet. Sounds like the Oscar voters.

-Congrats to Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova, who welcomed their third child.

Aaron Paul and his wife give a tour of their rustic hideaway in Idaho and it’s heavenly.

-I love this take. Chris Messina absolutely deserves Pratt‘s spot on the Best Chrises List.

-That Renegade dance craze that’s sweeping TikTok was created by a 14-year-old girl — and she isn’t getting credit for it.

-I love that the Parks and Recreation actresses get together every Feb 13 for Galentine’s Day.

-Speaking of the Parks and Rec cast, they had a cute reunion at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.

-I still don’t believe the Jennifer Aniston and Jon Hamm rumours but still they persist.

-The comments on this tweet from all the cast members of The Good Place warm my heart.

Krysten Ritter has signed on to lead a dark comedy from the creator of Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23, which is an underrated gem.

-I had no real desire to watch Pete Davidson’s Netflix special to begin with, but this sealed it for me.

Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan try to find their sound in the new trailer for Military Wives. I haven’t seen it but it was at TIFF and word of mouth was it’s adorable.

-It’s a good day when my entire Twitter timeline is thirsting over Dev Patel. He plays Sir Gawain in the new trailer for The Green Knight.


Justin Bieber Takes Us To Church

Justin Bieber helped lead last night’s service at Churchome in Beverly Hills, performing with the church’s band.

Constance Wu addressed her controversial tweets when Fresh Off The Boat was renewed in a new interview with the LA Times. “I had this moment of heat where I got upset because I had to give up a job I had been looking forward to and had been chasing for a while..I’m an actress—I can be dramatic.” She added, “I like that people are expressing their feelings about it, because it improved my awareness of what it means to be a public figure. I’ve had a back and forth about it. It’s the line between being a role model, but also authenticity.”

Billie Eilish lashed out at Nylon magazine for not getting her consent to use her likeness on the cover.

Richard Linklater is directing an adaptation of Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along that will star Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein and be shot over the course of *20 years*.

-Lainey has a new blind riddle! The mentions of “stupid” and “infamous” make me think it’s not about Shawn/Camilla. Justin/Hailey? Miley/Kaitlyn?

-Meanwhile, here’s Shawn Mendes without a shirt and eating an avocado. Just because.

Harry Styles likes the sitcom The Other Two. Good taste!

Lindsay Lohan’s new song slaps, much to everyone’s surprise. (FF to the 2 min mark to hear a clip from it.)

-A Marriage Story starring Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver is getting absolutely glowing reviews. I considered using one of my TIFF tickets on this but it’s coming soon to Netflix. Plus, Noah Baumbach aren’t typically my jam.

-I don’t know how I missed CBC’s segment of Jam or Not a Jam with Lizzo but it’s great. She defends Nickelback (“It has a beautiful climax…The beat drop out? I think they get a lot of shit because he had a curly blond perm because this is an amazing song”) and discovers BTS (“Keep playing because I’ve never heard a BTS song. This is making me excited in a lot of weird ways!”)

Brie Larson belted out an acoustic version of Normani‘s Motivation which was good — but I also kinda wish she hadn’t? I’m cool with her version of Miley Cyrus’ “Slide Away” though.

-Netflix’s cheesy new rom-com Falling Inn Love is getting good reviews. Not that bad reviews would have stopped me from watching it, but still.

-HBO is releasing the new episode of Succession tomorrow because of Labour Day weekend. And it’s the introduction of Holly Hunt’s character!

-This thread from Cole Hersch (creator of I’m The Dad Now) about the time he was accidentally cast on a dance show is gold.

Meryl Streep play a widow investigating insurance fraud that turns out to be the scandal at the heart of the Panama Papers in The Laundromat trailer, coming soon to Netflix.

Are Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart Still Dating After All?


-Well, this is awkward — or is it? W’s just dropped their latest cover story, in which Riverdale costars Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart open up about love, the show, and what their future holds — just days after reports about the pair splitting up. They refused to be interviewed together when they talked to the mag in May (maybe seeing the writing on the wall?) but today they both promoted the cover on IG with posts that have their fans wondering if they really did split after all. Reinhart wrote “BREAKING: A reliable source has confirmed that none of you know shit” while at the very same moment Sprouse posted “UNPRECEDENTED: Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart consume the flesh of ‘reliable sources’ to fuel their bacchanalian sex cult.”

-The speculation continues that Diddy is dating Steve Harvey’s 22-year-old daughter. Not only is she half his age, she used to date his son! That’s gonna make for some awkward family BBQs…

-There’s more rumblings that Constance Wu is acting not so great, this time on the Hustlers press tour. (Although I don’t really get what the big deal is about her publicists allegedly asking publications to mention her first when talking about the film’s cast; she’s the topped billed actor in the credits so that’s not unheard of.)

Jennifer Lopez celebrated her 50th birthday with a banger of a party. I love that her birthday dress was designed by Donatella Versace — the same person who designed the Grammy dress that launched JLo into the stratosphere. (Did you know that dress was the reason Google Images was created? True story.)

-Orange Is The New Black’s Taryn Manning insists she’s not suicidal after posting a troubling rant on Instagram. I’ve loved her since Weirdsville and want only good things for her.

Nicole Kidman claims she’s embarrassed that hubby Keith Urban has a lyric about her that goes “She’s a maniac in the bed, but a brainiac in the head.” Surrrrrrre she is.

-Queer Eye’s Tan France has a web series called Dressing Funny, and the season finale featured Pete Davidson. (Which was good, but not as good as the episode that featured Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch.)

-This year marks a new low for female directors at the Venice Film Festival. Out of the 21 films in competition, only 2 are directed by women. (Meanwhile here at home, TIFF announced its gala lineup earlier this week and 50% of titles are directed or co-directed by women — a record number for the fest.)

-Hollywood is closely watching Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’s opening box office this weekend, considering it a test for audience’s appetite for original, adult-skewing Hollywood tentpoles amid franchises and sequels. Meh. I want more adult-driven films but I have zero desire to see this one — mostly because of reviews like this.

-This featurette for Where’d You Go, Bernadette really makes me want to see this movie — despite all the behind-the-scenes drama and delays.

-The Zombieland 2 trailer is here and it’s making me so happy! (I love that it’s called Zombieland: Double Tap.)