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Gwyneth Paltrow’s Daughter Apple Steps Into the Spotlight

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-Whoa. Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin‘s daughter Apple is a stunner. I wonder if this post was her unofficial public debut? GP has always been very resistant to post her kids’ faces.

-Meanwhile, Dakota Johnson refuses to discuss her relationship with Chris Martin in a new interview but adds “but I’m very happy.”

-That collective gasp you just heard came from royal watchers when Meghan Markle dared to close her own car door.

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj‘s drama is far from over. The latest development? A trending hashtag called #NickiStoppedMyBag.

-Also, Taraji P. Henson does a solid Cardi B impression.

-This interview with TV writer Alan Yang is great — but the best part is when he talks about how insane Secret Santa got on the Parks and Recreation set.

-Speaking of Parks and Rec alums, Rashida Jones has reportedly welcomed a baby boy with Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig. I didn’t even know they were dating, let alone expecting.

-Today is all about undercover pregnancies! Rachel Weisz gave birth to her and Daniel Craig‘s first child.

Mindy Kaling is teasing her diverse remake of Four Weddings and a Funeral, which she just started casting: “Everyone is smoking hot, and the stories are juicy.”

Rihanna can’t catch a break. Her mansion has been broken into for the second time this year.

-You know what’s nuts about this photo of JLo’s muscles? She’s keeping her hand soft, which means she’s not even hard flexing! I’m so jealous!

-Comedian Ted Alexandro went to Louis C.K.’s old stomping grounds and tore him up.

-I really liked this appreciation of Keira Knightley‘s period pieces: “In all of Keira Knightley’s historical films, she is at the center. She is not relegated to the role of love interest; men are.”

-I love that Leighton Meester‘s comedy skills are highlighted in every review I’ve read for Single Parents (aka the only new sitcom I have any interest in checking out).

-What the heck is Blake Lively wearing here? (Oops, I forgot that we’re not supposed to ask her about that. Just pretend you didn’t see it!)

-Interesting to see critics pushing back at Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s. I haven’t seen it but it was met with rapt applause by male critics at TIFFs — but female critics seemed less impressed.

Steve Carell suddenly looks like a thirst trap and everyone’s confused.

-Survivor is now open to contestants from Canada, in case any of you are interested and/or crazy.

-The only things I know about these characters are from silly CW superhero shows, but I’m very here for Jurnee Smollett-Bell to play Black Canary and and Mary Elizabeth Winstead to play The Huntress in the Birds of Prey movie.

-The Tea with the Dames trailer is hella cute.

-Oh wow, the trailer for Creed 2 looks so, so good!

 

Joshua Jackson The Latest Star to Leave The Affair

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-What the hell is happening behind the scenes on The Affair? First Ruth Wilson leaves and says she can’t talk about why, and now Joshua Jackson may not return for the final season (even though he did some of the best work of his career in the season that just ended). He reportedly does not want to return and “left on very distinct terms.”

Shia LaBeouf and FKA Twigs are dating? Really?!? (The fact that she confirmed this via “home intercom” slays me.)

Will Smith celebrated turning 50 by bungee jumping over a cliff. So there.

-There is a theory that Meghan Markle is hiding a pregnancy with her new straight hairstyle. That’s…not how hair works.

Gwyneth Paltrow admits the term “conscious uncoupling” is dorky in a new podcast.

-The Veronica Mars writers room just added Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, which is all kinds of awesome. Cast-wise, Jason Dohring, Francise Capra and Percy Daggs III have signed on to star in the revival.

Nicki Minaj gave former Cosby Show star Geoffrey Owens $25k after it came out that he was working at Trader Joe’s, and now he’s donated it to charity.

-Today a judge called Bill Cosby a “sexually violent predator” and sentenced him to 3-10 years in prison, with no bail.

-In a NYT op-edPadma Lakshmi reveals she was brutally raped at 16 and didn’t report it. “I am speaking now because I want us all to fight so that our daughters never know this fear and shame and our sons know that girls’ bodies do not exist for their pleasure and that abuse has grave consequences.”

Lady Gaga released a minute of music from A Star is Born and shit, this movie is going to own me, isn’t it?

-I keep forgetting that Michelle Williams is married, but I’m so happy that she looks so happy.

-Ahead of tonight’s return, This Is Us’s five main stars reportedly got massive raises — and equal pay.

-Meanwhile, This Is Us’ Mandy Moore did really well in the whisper singing challenge on The Tonight Show.

-I’m pretty surprised that Manifest premiered with higher ratings than Magnum PI.

-I’m kinda bummed that the Murphy Brown revival is getting bad reviews.

-Netflix’s Making a Murderer is making a comeback, with season 2 streaming next month.

Helen Mirren can wear whatever the hell kind of backpack she wants, y’all.

Mumford and Sons, what the hell are you doing?!

-It’s a really good week for celebrity profile writers. First Caity Weaver appeared on the Jam Session podcast, and now there’s this hilarious article from Taffy Brodesser-Akner.

-The Warner Bros. Harley and Joker film will feature Dr. Phil being abducted by the villainous couple and milked for relationship advice. Wait, what?

Elle Fanning and Ben Foster run from their past in the Galveston trailer.

Nicole Kidman Looks Ageless on Marie Claire

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-This Nicole Kidman cover photo from Marie Claire looks like it could have been taken 20 years ago (as do the accompanying pics). It’s the same in her new movie Destroyer — for which she’s absolutely getting an Oscar nod — which switches between a time when she’s a fresh-faced cop, to when she’s near the end of her career and looks and moves like she’s 70. We had really, really good seats to the Q&A and she looks pretty damn great in real life these days.

Gwyneth Paltrow posted a photo from the set of Avengers 4  with Robert Downey Jr. (I had no idea that Pepper and Tony’s ship name was Pepperony — but that’s *adorable*).

-Wait, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin really did get married at a courthouse last week? She denied it, but People is sticking with their story.

Adam Driver will host the SNL premiere, with Kanye West as the musical guest.

Sean Penn says the #MeToo movement “is to divide men and women.” He explains, “We don’t know what’s a fact in many of the cases. Salacious is as soon as you call something a movement that is really a series of many individual accusers, victims, accusations, some of which are unfounded.” I mean, who is asking Sean Penn of all people to comment on this? The man has a long history of anger issues and arrests (and possible abuse). How dare he even pretend his opinion matters here?

-In other “the world is terrible and has learned nothing” news, Bryan Singer is in talks to direct Red Sonja despite all the lawsuits, sexual misconduct allegations, and also the fact that he was fired from his last movie, Bohemian Rhapsody, for not showing up for days. Red Sonja is an iconic female comic heroine — how are they not getting a woman to direct this potential franchise-starter?! But no — according to THR, “Sources say Millennium will pay Singer top dollar for the assignment, which is seen as a step toward rehabilitating the director’s image.”

-Meanwhile, here’s an interesting piece on why TIFF rejected a 2014 documentary about sexual abuse in Hollywood that included the allegations against Singer.

-This piece on what women want from Jian Ghomeshi nails it: “Going away for a while” is not the same as “atonement.”

Tom Arnold and Survivor producer Mark Burnett got into some kind of scuffle at an Emmy pre-party on Sunday night. Burnett’s wife Roma Downey claims she got hurt when Arnold “tried to ambush” them, to which Arnold responded “Bullshit. You lie your crazy husband attacked me you psycho. I’m filing police report & suing you for defamation.” Oh and Patton Oswald and Kevin Bacon witnessed the whole thing.

-I’m so here for Angelina Jolie to star in a revenge thriller.

-I’m not surprised that Green Book won the top prize at TIFF (the audience went crazy at the screening I was at), but I’m predicting a major backlash to this film before the Oscar campaign wraps up.

-The Supergirl blooper reel has a bit where Melissa Benoist falls asleep and starts snoring during a scene, and I’ve never related to an actress more.

-Man, a lot of the prestige TV that’s debuting over the next few weeks has divided critics. Some love Emma Stone and Jonah Hill in Netflix’s Maniac; others not so much. They’re also split on Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen’s Forever, and Hulu’s The First with Sean Penn.

-The first look at Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker movie did not go over well this weekend.

Cate Blanchett played “Fill in the Blanchett” on Ellen, and talked about how she’s “deeply uncool” in her household.

-Here’s the first full trailer for Mary Poppins Returns. Ok, I’m in.