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Emily Ratajkowski Announces Pregnancy Through Vogue

Emily Ratajkowski revealed that she’s pregnant via Vogue’s Digital Issue Cover. There’s also an accompanying short video directed by Lena Dunham, which Dunham calls the “opposite of a People magazine baby announcement.”

-Speaking of Vogue, a new NYT report accused Anna Wintour of cultivating a toxic climate that has “sidelined and tokenized women of color, especially Black women” at the magazine.

Dominic West and Lily James‘ romantic jaunt around Rome didn’t just get them in the gossip spotlight; it might also get them fined because you’re not supposed to ride scooters together in covid.

Drake celebrated his 34th birthday over the weekend, and people are disgusted that he served a mac ‘n cheese that included raisins and capers.

-It’s been a big day for the moon! NASA announced there’s more water on the moon than previously thought, and Oscar Isaac is in negotiations to star as Moon Night in Marvel’s forthcoming Disney+ series. He was previously pretty adamant about not playing Poe on a Disney+ series, but that was before covid killed movies (not to mention this new project keeps him far away from the Star Wards fandom).

-Comedian Eric Andre talked about Ellen Degeneres being “cancelled” for being mean. “James Corden is fucked if that’s the only criteria to get called out. James Corden and Lorne Michaels are screwed! They’re trembling in their fucking boots.”

Bette Midler said that she, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy would all be down for a Hocus Pocus sequel. Please Hollywood, we ask for so little!

Midler, Parker and Najimy also shot a cute voting PSA, complete with spell chanting.

-I love when celebs don’t know the difference between replies and DMs.

Nicole Kidman is pulling double duty for HBO. Not only does she star in the new limited series The Undoing, she also sings its theme song.

Drew Barrymore tearfully opened up on her divorce from Will Kopelman during an interview with the Today Show, saying “I couldn’t make sense of it. I really did not take divorce well. I took it really hard…I know from not growing up with any family whatsoever that that was the last thing that I wanted to do for my daughters. It was, like, ugh the ultimate promise I wanted to make with you and for you was to have this amazing family and I found that and there’s something not working, that isn’t livable. How tragic is that?”

Octavia Spencer says her favourite birthday message this year came from Keanu Reeves, who once helped her when her car broke down on the way to an audition.

-The former DJ on Wendy Williams‘ show jumped in to comment when people were posting that she seemed distracted on Friday’s episode, saying “Y’all have no idea what’s really going on and everyone there is afraid to speak up because they don’t wanna lose their jobs.. this is going to play out bad.. I feel sorry for the workers and victims.”

-Today, Williams seemed to address Friday’s weirdness, saying “I appreciate you watching, but even after all of these years, it’s still work. An effort put in for the hour I’m out here, you know? I guess every day is not perfect, but I’m not a perfectionist. I’m not perfect.”

Hugh Grant says he’d do a Notting Hill sequel because “I would like to do a sequel to one of my own romantic comedies that shows what happened after those films ended. Really, to prove the terrible lie that they all were, that it was a happy ending.” Look man, life has been rough this year. Just let us keep this one little thing.

-I don’t watch The Bachelorette, but Clare Crawley has been liking tweets about the show’s producers forcing her to leave.

-Netflix released the full trailer for Selena: The Series, coming in December.

Justin and Hailey Bieber Cover Vogue Italia

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Justin and Hailey Bieber bring boob grabs to Vogue Italia. Keepin’ it classy!

Lenny Kravtiz is making 56 look real good on the cover of Mens Health.

SZA tweeted both a confirmation of, and a correction to, Drake’s claim that they dated on his song “Mr. Right Now”.

Sir Patrick Stewart recorded his final sonnet for Twitter. I’m going to miss these.

Harvey Weinstein has been charged with six additional counts of sexual assault ahead of his Los Angeles trial on sex crime charges.

Lana Del Rey wore a mesh face mask to meet fans. Why even bother then?

-Gilmore Girls debuted 20 years ago today. In a rare streaming-to-broadcast deal, The CW will air Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival in November.

-Aw nuts. Despite receiving a fourth and final renewal, Netflix announced they won’t be creating any more episodes of Glow due to the COVID-19 shutdown. I hate these reverse decisions on renewals. I get they can’t shoot anything now, but is there no way to hold the show for a year?

-Speaking of Netflix, they also opted not to pick up a second season of Teenage Bounty Hunters, which is surprising because that show seemed universally beloved.

-A Netflix show that is NOT universally beloved right now is Emily in Paris. I tried but the way they portray social media managers was too much to get me past episode 3. It’s pretty, but the lead character is too arrogant to raise it to Younger or The Bold Type levels of fun.

-The movie industry has basically given up 2020. Following last week’s announcement that the new James Bond would move to Easter 2021 and F9 would also be pushed to May 2021, Denis Villeneuve’s Dune has bumped its release date all the way to next October.

-Meanwhile, Hocus Pocus was re-released and it nearly beat Tenet at this weekend’s box office.

-The NYPD is offering a reward “up to $2,500” for information regarding Rick Moranis’ assailant after the actor was randomly attacked while going for a walk on Friday.

-HBO Max’s West Wing reunion special has cast Sterling K. Brown as Leo.

-The Game of Thrones creators talked about that coffee cup showing up in the final season (“I couldn’t believe it”) but seem pretty unapologetic about the reaction to the finale.

-I never want to watch any Game of Thrones-adjacent thing again but good for Paddy Considine for getting cast as the lead in the prequel House Of The Dragon. I adore him.

-The only good part about the SNL premiere was Chloe Fineman‘s impression of Drew Barrymore, which Barrymore adored.

-I love how tight the three main actresses on Supergirl seem to be in real life.

Mick Fleetwood joined TikTok and recreated that viral video of a guy longboarding while sipping cranberry juice.

-The cast of Dazed and Confused — including Matthew McConaughey — will virtually reunite for a table read to benefit March for Science and the Voto Latino Foundation.

Rihanna is getting a lot of praise for her body inclusive lingerie campaign.

-Here’s the first trailer for Netflix’s Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, starring Forest Whitaker, Keegan-Michael Key, Anika Noni Rose and Phylicia Rashad.

-Speaking of kids movies, Anne Hathaway terrorizes children in the first trailer for HBO Max’s The Witches, costarring Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci and Chris Rock. Weirdly, it’s still slated for a theatrical release in Canada.

Drake Enlists Justin Bieber for “Popstar” Video

Drake and DJ Khaled debuted their new music video for “Popstar” and it features surprise appearances from Justin and Hailey Bieber. Two things: this is the best Bieber has looked in a long time, and why is there a “COVID Compliance Officer” listed in the credits when there’s zero social distancing??

-To celebrate her birthday, Beyonce donated $1 million to black-owned businesses.

-Meanwhile, we might have a new Beyonce project soon. Page Six reports that Bey shut down a television studio for four days to film something mysterious.

Rumer Willis is having quite a week. She kicked off dating speculation when she was spotted hanging with newly single Armie Hammer, and now she’s shooting sexy IG videos for Kim Kardashian‘s Skims.

-Speaking of the Kardashians, the one thing you can praise that family for is that they seem to have taken social distancing seriously — unlike 75% of the celebs I see on IG.

Scarlett Johansson says the new Black Widow movie will address #MeToo and #TimesUp directly. If only we could see it without fear of dying.

Alexander Payne published a guest column in Deadline today, in which he denies Rose McGowan allegation that he groomed her for a sexual assault when she was 15. “Rose is mistaken in saying we met when she was fifteen, in the late 1980s. I was a full-time film student at UCLA from 1984 until 1990, and I know that our paths never crossed.”

McGowan responded to his comments with “I told Payne to acknowledge and apologize, he has not. I said I didn’t want to destroy, now I do. Why do these men always lie? I will now make it a mission to expose him. I am not the only one.”

-Who knows when we’ll get a new album, but at least Rihanna’s documentary will be released on Amazon next year.

-Despite public disputes with her record label, in which she accused them of not letting her put out new music, we finally have something new from SZA! The singer-songwriter dropped the music video for her new single “Hit Different” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

-I’ve never watched the CBS sitcom Mom, but it seems odd that Anna Faris is leaving the show. Isn’t she the lead?

-Another day, another stunning look from Cate Blanchett in Venice. I love that she’s recycling outfits she’s worn on previous red carpets!

-I’m really liking Vulture’s Two Friends series on Instagram Live, mostly because of all the odd celebrity pairings. Who knew You’re the Worst’s Desmin Borges and Tala Ashe from DC’s Legends of Tomorrow were buds?

-This is a really interesting take on what the movie industry in 2020 might have looked like without covid. Would Will Smith and Ana de Armas be Oscar frontrunners? Would the Top Gun and Ghostbusters reboots have flopped?

-The Good Place’s Jameela Jamil wants you to know that she’s not actually quarantining with Meghan and Harry. It does sound like a story Tahani would tell though.

-For the first time ever, all Canadians will be able to watch TIFF films digitally during the festival. Tickets for non-members go onsale Saturday at 10am and there’s still some left.  Even if you’re doing it from your couch, it really is the coolest thing to watch movies with big name stars that may never see the light of day, or obscure foreign ones that won’t get distribution here.

Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Zach Braff try to kill Tommy Lee Jones while making a movie in The Comeback Trail trailer.