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Cardi B Talks Farts and Family with Vogue

Cardi B did 73 Questions with Vogue, and she really takes you on a journey. Culture somehow manages to stay sleeping during the whole thing while her mom talks about smelling her own farts, meeting Beyonce, loving Offset‘s penis, and her questions for Trump. It’s shot at her grandmother’s apartment in NYC, which is by far the most normal-looking place that Vogue has every done one of these.

-Sources say Brad Pitt and Arrested Development star Alia Shawkat are not dating. Wait, was that even a possibility?!

Pete Davidson and Kaia Gerber were spotted kissing in public. Not enough people are talking about the fact that he is a grown ass 26 year old and she *just* turned 18.

Helena Bonham Carter is on a promo tour for the new season of The Crown, and it’s been an absolute delight. On Colbert, she spilled the tea on her co-stars including Colin Firth (“talks too much”), Rihanna (“could never understand a word she said”) and Sacha Baron Cohen (“he has emotional issues”).

-The Grammy nominations are out. It was a good morning for Lizzo, Billie Eillish, Lil Nas X and Bon Iver. Not so much for Taylor Swift, Halsey, Solange Knowles, The Jonas Brothers and BTS.

-After that sinking ship of an interviewPrince Andrew says he’s quitting public life ‘for the foreseeable future’ amid the Epstein scandal. “It has become clear to me over the last few days that…my former association with Jeffrey Epstein has become a major disruption to my family’s work.”

-Meanwhile, People decided the best royal angle for their latest cover story is the William and Harry rift. Sure, Jan.

Emilia Clarke says on the Game of Thrones set, Jason Momoa made sure directors didn’t take advantage of her during nude scenes and made sure she always had a robe between setups. “It’s only now that I realize how fortunate I was with that…because Jason had experience, he had done a bunch of stuff before coming on to this, he was like, ‘Sweetie, this is how it’s meant to be and this is how it’s not meant to be, and I’m going to make sure that’s the way it goes.”

-The Harriet screenwriter says a movie exec once suggested Julia Roberts should play Harriet Tubman. (Somewhere out there Scarlett Johansson is wondering why they didn’t think of her.)

Robert Pattinson said he would pass the time in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia shooting The Lighthouse by reading sex shop Yelp reviews. “There were two pretty highly frequented sex shops…So many people would write about it and this is a town of maybe 400 people — well, maybe a little more than 400. But I could meet these people in the local shop if I wanted to.”

-He’s fresh off the disaster that was Lucy in the Sky, but Noah Hawley someone still managed to land a deal to write and direct the next Star Trek movie.

-In the latest Actors on Actors interview, Florence Pugh and Beanie Feldstein bond over Lizzie McGuire and That’s So Raven.

-Oof. I like a lot of Mimi Leder‘s work (she exec produced The Leftovers) but her dismal of the critical reception of The Morning Show is way off. “I thought there were a lot of Apple haters who just wanted Apple to fail. The reviews felt like an attack on Apple.” That would only make sense if critics panned all Apple shows, but every TV writer I follow seems to be in love with Dickinson.

Jennifer Lopez will be hosting SNL in December (yay!), as will Scarlett Johansson (boo!).

-Um, is Harrison Ford doing a dog movie?!? (I know it’s based on Jack London’s book, but it’s still a goddamn dog movie.)

Charlie’s Angels Are Ready to Kick Hollywood’s Ass

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-The stars of Charlie’s Angels are featured on EW’s new digital coverKristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinska and Elizabeth Banks talk about creating a global spy thriller that lacks the franchise’s infamous male gaze.

-In the new issue of Elle, Lady Gaga talks to Oprah about her relationship with Bradley Cooper.

-This piece by Billie Lourd about her mom, Carrie Fisher, is devastatingly good. “Losing my mom is the hardest thing I’ve ever been through. I lost my best friend… And I inherited this weird, intimidating thing called her legacy.”

-I hate that Lizzo’s British Vogue cover is so blurry. I guess it’s supposed to be artistic or something, but hard pass.

-Greetings, Upper Eastsiders! Kristen Bell will return as the narrator on the new Gossip Girl reboot. xoxo!

-Speaking of Bell, I will never be able to reconcile how she and Dax Shepard are so vocal about privacy and protecting their family (as they should be!), but all of their endorsement deals revolve around spotlighting a happy family dynamic.

-Jesus. Not only is there an the increasingly loud whisper network about Jeff Goldblum, now he’s defending Woody Allen: “I think there is a presumption of innocence until proven guilty.”

-Everything old is new again: Mary-Louise Parker is set to return as Nancy Botwin in a Weeds revival. I loved the first few seasons of that show, but no.

Donald Trump Jr. when on The View today and it turned into a total shitshow. Whoopi Goldberg ended up shutting it down.

T.I.‘s daughter subtly responded to all the conversation about her hymen, thanking her followers for their support.

-As a refreshing counterpoint to T.I., here’s Ethan Hawke talking about his daughter’s sexuality.

Drake is the latest celeb to get into the cannabis game: “The idea of being able to build something special in an industry that is ever-growing has been inspiring.”

Jason Momoa tried to teach James Corden how to shoot a bow and arrow and crack an egg with a whip. It went about as well as you’d expect.

-Speaking of Momoa, he still has a job: Apple has already renewed four of its new shows: For All Mankind, See, Dickinson, and The Morning Show.

-And the next Met Costume Institute theme is… time.

-I’m a few episodes behind but I agree with this piece on how surprisingly good Stumptown is.

-Considering the lukewarm reviews the new season of Netflix’s The End of the F***ing World is getting, I’m just going to pretend it ended with last season’s perfect finale.

-This clip of Chris Evans and his brother answering questions about each other made me laugh out loud multiple times.

-I have recently started watching Bon Appetit’s Gourmet Makes before bed and what a delightful way to de-stress at the end of the day! Bless Vulture for ranking all 28 YouTube videos!

-The trailer landed for Vanessa Hudgens’s latest Netflix holiday movie and yeah, I need this pumped directly into my eyeballs.

Elisabeth Moss is haunted by her abusive ex in the trailer for The Invisible Man.

Wake Up with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon

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-Apple+ unveiled more info about it’s new TV shows. The streaming service will launch in Nov for $4.99/month (US) which is cheaper than most others. They also offered EW exclusive looks at their new shows, including The Morning Show with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, and a trailer for Jason Momoa‘s blind dystopia series.

Britney Spears has been granted a new conservator after her dad Jamie temporarily resigned — supposedly due to his health issues but this comes days after Britney’s ex Kevin Federline filed a temporary restraining order against Jamie for allegedly breaking into the room of their son Sean and shaking him.

-This costume designer interview about an unnamed “famous actor” is so juicy. “The actress comes into the fitting room, we try this suit on, and she looks at it and decides that she hates the suit because the pinstripe on the fabric is too wide. The pinstripe is making her look fat.”

Based on an original story by Millie Bobby Brown and her sister Paige, Netflix is developing A Time Lost: a film about a feud between two families that comes to a head when one daughter is diagnosed with cancer. Anyone else just hoping that Millie gets to nap soon?

-Is Meryl Streep pulling a Scarlett Johansson? In Netflix’s upcoming film The Laundromat, which debuted at TIFF last night, director Steven Soderbergh has Streep playing a second character in disguise near the end of the film: a Panamanian office drone “wearing prosthetics and putting on a thick pan-Latin accent.” That sounds…problematic.

-Well, this is good news: critics say Joker is too tame to be incel bait.

-Was Joaquin Phoenix referring to wife Rooney Mara in his TIFF speech when he said: “Somewhere here, I don’t know where, is a fervent dragon, and I want to rip its wings off, fashion a blanket and sleep with it forever. I love you. Thank you”?

Kim Kardashian continues to insist it didn’t occur to her that naming her shapewear line Kimono would be offensive.

-This oral history of Vampire Diaries is kind of fascinating — mostly because no one wanted Paul Wesley to play Stefan. Creator Julie Plec says “We were sort of pressured into casting Paul Wesley against our desires,” while Nina Dobrev remembers telling producers after her chemistry reads with potential costars: “I don’t know who I connected with the most but I definitely probably connected the least with that Paul Wesley guy.”

-This is terrible: Riverdale star Camila Mendes reveals she was roofied and sexually assaulted in college.

-Netflix’s new miniseries Unbelievable, which stars Toni Collette and Merrit Wever, is getting fantastic reviews.

Jenny Slate is engaged to someone who is not Chris Evans.

Ewan McGregor is a now-adult Dan Torrence in the follow up to The Shining, Doctor Sleep.