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Lupita Nyong’o Covers Vogue


-I was not expecting Lupita Nyong’o to land the January cover of Vogue, but I’m not complaining!

Nicole Kidman is me that one time my mom was sick and I had to make the entire Christmas dinner on my own.

-I love how the internet is obsessed with the Netflix movie A Christmas Prince. I didn’t like it and yet will probably watch it at least twice again before Christmas.

Sufjan Stevens’s musical tribute to Tonya Harding didn’t make the cut for the movie, but it’s still beautiful.

Fergie is talking about her past addiction to crystal meth.

-I really like Jane the Virgin’s Justin Baldoni. He’s super earnest and that usually bugs me, but for some reason it looks on him. Here’s a part of his TED Talk on supporting women.

-This NYT profile on Gabrielle Union is excellent, and she brings up a very valid point. “I think the floodgates have opened for white women. I don’t think it’s a coincidence whose pain has been taken seriously. Whose pain we have showed historically and continued to show. Whose pain is tolerable and whose pain is intolerable.” This video is incredibly powerful.

-It must suck to be Kate Winslet on this press junket, where she can’t help but answer questions about the film’s director, Woody Allen. Still, she’s got to be able to do better than this.

-Meanwhile, Dylan Farrow asks the tough question: Why has the #MeToo revolution spared Woody Allen?

-Great take on how Al Franken isn’t being denied due process. None of these famous men are.

-Read the room before making jokes like thisRussell Crowe.

JK Rowling gave an incredibly mealy-mouthed statement about Johnny Depp being cast as Grindelwald. It was incredibly disappointing.

-Can Lorde predict the future?

-No surprise here: there’s a big shakeup coming at DC after the Justice League failure.

Kristen Wiig hilariously butchered “Hallelujah” on James Corden‘s show last night.

-I didn’t think I had room in my life for another CW show, but this trailer for Black Lightning is doing it for me.


WB Pulls The Plug on Justice League Junket

-There were a lot of eyes on the upcoming Justice League press junket. Would publicity try to put questions about Weinstein/Affleck‘s conduct on the banned list? Would journalists obey? Looks like we might not get to find out — the WB just cancelled the US junket. Well, that’s one way to get around it, I guess. It’s all up to you now, London journalists!

Lupita Nyong’o is the latest actress to come forward with her own experiences about Harvey Weinstein‘s advances.

-Now that Quentin Tarantino has broken his silence about Weinstein, what matters most is what he does next. Kevin Smith is donating his Weinstein residuals to Women In Film. Channing Tatum halted a movie he was set to direct and produce at Weinstein’s company. These are more than just statements about how men in Hollywood need to do better; these guys are putting money on the line. Will Tarantino?

-Meanwhile, Weinstein is reportedly spending his time in sex rehab falling asleep in group therapy and telling anyone who will listen that there’s a conspiracy against him.

-Hollywood is crumbling — even the animation world. Nickelodeon has fired Chris Savino following reports of harassment.

-Stranger Things lead kid Finn Wolfhard is leaving his talent agency after sexual-assault allegations against his agent.

-I can’t figure out whose camp planted this story about Robert Pattinson wanting FKA twigs back because “that’s the girl he wants to marry.” I’m embarrassed for both of them.

Lena Dunham‘s interview with Gabrielle Union is pretty great (mostly because Gabrielle Union is always pretty great).

-Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter wrote a book? And there’s a trailer for it?

Adam Scott and Ben Schwartz are here to shoot down all your Parks and Rec fan theories.

-This is a great NYT profile on Taika Waititi, the quirky New Zealand director who is shaking up Marvel with the new Thor movie. I still can’t believe the guy who danced as Micheal Jackson in Boy is taking over Hollywood…

Scarlett Johansson organized a Hurricane Maria fundraising event with her Avengers co-stars.

Pink revealed that Christina Aguilera once took a swing at her in a club.  “I’m an alpha and she’s an alpha…women have to learn how to support each other; it’s not taught on the playground.”

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is documenting her chemo journey.

Jay Leno paid tribute to David Letterman, talking about their rivalry and the practical jokes they would play on each other. “Even when he was mean to me, it was funny.”

-The reviews for Michael Fassbender‘s The Snowman are hilariously mean.

Chris Hemsworth revisits Sept 11th in the 12 Strong trailer.

Beyonce’s Pregnancy Album


-First Beyonce announced her pregnancy, and now she’s released a whole bunch of images from her photoshoot. She really is single-handedly saving this year…

Mariah Carey offered her congratulations to Beyonce (while reminding the world that she had twins first).

THR’s cover story on Girls is great, depending on your Lena Dunham tolerance. She talks about starting with HBO (“It’s the worst pitch you’ve ever read — pretentious and horrifying — but I remember writing it, sitting on the floor listening to Tegan and Sara in my underwear, being like, ‘I’m a genius!'”), that rape/not-rape scene between Shiri Appleby and Adam Driver, and how Jack Antonoff warned her not to make stupid race jokes in public.

Gabrielle Union says her “best anti-aging tip is the ability to say ‘no, no and hell no'”. Bless her!

Matthew McConaughey (whose wife is an immigrant) says it’s time to accept Trump. In other news, Matthew McConaughey is canceled.

James Corden helped Aaron Paul return to Price Is Right and redeem himself after his massive fail 17 years ago.

Drake and Nicki Minaj’s selfies were 100% directed at Meek Mill, no?

Connie Britton offered some Southern perspective about humanity. And Salma Hayek sat next to her and didn’t interrupt her or call her “baby” once!

-This is a really interesting look at why young actresses won’t make romantic comedies anymore.

-I don’t watch Doctor Who but I’ll certainly start if Olivia Colman or Hayley Atwell take over the lead role.

-Well, this is something: Emile Hirsch’s assault charge might have cost him a TV gig.

-I could watch Keanu Reeves tell kid jokes all day long…

Dakota Johnson proves she can fit a whole bunch of stuff in her tooth gap.

Josh Gad is still sneakily trying to pressure Daisy Ridley for more Last Jedi details.

Christine Baranski is starring in the new spinoff of The Good Wife, which means we’re getting glorious new interviews and photo shoots. QUEEN!

-Here’s the new Ghost In The Shell trailer, starring Scarlett Johansson. which is set to air during the Super Bowl.