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Adam Driver Goes Dark for Rolling Stone

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Adam Driver is on the new cover of Rolling Stone, and yes, this is an acceptable way to start my week.

-The American Music Awards were last night. The red carpet was underwhelming, the shade was surprisingly subtle, and the most creative performance came from Halsey, of all people.  My personal favourite moment was when the camera cut to the audience during Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello‘s performance, and you could see Jenna Dewan clearly mouth “she’s always so extra.”  (She’s since denied it.)

Justin Timberlake’s camp is fighting back at rumours that he cheated on Jessica Biel with co-star Alisha Wainwright, with a source saying their like brother and sister. Oh sure, I often hold hands with my brother when I’m not stroking his knee.

-This Kim Kardashian profile is worth reading, if only for the part where Kris Jenner is gifted the bag Kim wanted at her Chanel fashion shoot: “I remember texting my sisters and being like, “Guys, mom is stealing my shiiiine. This is my first fashion shoot! So then the shoot’s over, and [Karl] comes out with something behind his back. And I’m like: “THE BAAAAAG. IT’S HEEEERRE. OH MY GOD.” I’m thinking: I will cherish this forever, and I’m pregnant, so one day I’ll give this bag to my daughter. Then he comes up and he’s like, “Kim, this was the best shoot. Thank you so much. But Kris, here is a bag for you,” and he gives the fucking bag to my mom. And it was a LEGO clutch. They were like ten grand, and you could never get one. And this was all Swarovski crystal with hand stones that was just a sample that never made it to production. So I go into the bathroom and start crying. I was like, Oh my God, she fully stole my life. She stole my whole day today! This was my biggest moment ever in fashion, with Carine, Riccardo, and Karl!”

-The Little Women reviews are really positive, with Variety saying “In terms of sheer logistics, Little Women marks a huge step forward for [Greta] Gerwig, who shows an aptitude for future studio projects without sacrificing her distinctive directorial voice.”

-Kaia Gerber and Pete Davidson are still dating. And he’s still too old for her.

-The new Walking Dead spin-off is called World Beyond, and AMC someone convinced Julia Ormond to be part of it.

-This is terrible: K-pop singer Goo Ha-ra was found dead at her home over the weekend.

-This thread from a music writer who claims Amanda Palmer is obsessed with her is downright terrifying.

Jason Derulo broke the internet this weekend with this photo.  If he’s trying to redeem his rep after that terrible Cats trailer…it might be working.

-This is No Longer Us: Justin Hartley filed for divorce from his wife after two years of marriage.

-A new clip has been released for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

 

 

Miley Cyrus’s Damage Control Fail

-Ugh. Miley Cyrusnon-apology apology for saying gay women just need to find a good man is terrible.

Rihanna‘s $150 “visual autobiography” has been released. Yay?

-Speaking of celebs with unexpected books, Jenna Dewan talks about the end of her marriage to Channing Tatum in hers: “First and foremost I had to accept the realization this isn’t working and had moved into hurting.”

-The noose keeps tightening around Prince Andrew’s neck but he doesn’t seem to care. How privileged to you have to feel to just be able to shrug this stuff off like your teflon?

Lizzo brought Macaulay Culkin on stage during her L.A. concert last night and it was quite adorable.

Scarlett Johansson says isn’t going to let Michael Che anywhere near Colin Jost’s bachelor party, which seems like good planning.

Keira Knightley revealed that she gave birth to a baby girl six weeks ago that she named Delilah.

Ken Loach is the latest old school filmmaker to crap on Marvel movies. (At least his comments seem to be more about the current movie marketplace and what opportunities filmmakers are getting shut out of as blockbusters become the status quo, which is more understandable than the crotchety “it’s not good” refrain.)

-It’s hilarious that during the CW crossover filming, someone always seems to fall asleep during a scene. Previously it was Melissa Benoist, this year it’s Stephen Amell.

-Speaking of the CW, I’m pleasantly surprised that Batwoman is doing well in the ratings. I don’t think it’s for me, but good on female-fronted superhero shows.

Lori Loughlin and other parents were just hit with additional charges in the college admissions scandal.

-In this clip from her new Netflix special, Jenny Slate explains football and suddenly everything makes sense.

-I get that everyone loves Kawhi, but what a weird and cringey way to promote the new Terminator movie.

-You’re damn right I’m gonna watch this Netflix holiday teen movie. I’m gonna watch it so hard.

-The final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is pretty damn good, guys. (I also enjoyed Mallory Rubin’s reaction to it.)

-Speaking of Adam Driver movies, here’s the first trailer for The Report, which I saw at TIFF and liked a lot.

Zendaya, Margot Robbie Shout Out Their Glam Squads

Zendaya and Margot Robbie Glam Squads

-I always like The Hollywood Reporter’s annual star stylists issue. Check out the people responsible for glamming up Zendaya, Margot Robbie, Zazie Beetz, Jennifer Lopez, Emilia Clarke, Lupita Nyong’o and more.

-Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer covers Variety’s Emmy issue, and still can’t seem to believe she won.

Woody Harrelson shows Billie Eilish around in the new SNL promo.

-This interview with Renee Zellweger is very good, mostly because she’s so optimistic about life and love. “People are cynical and they’ll say this kind of thing doesn’t work and I totally disagree. Look at Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon, for cryin’ out loud!”

-In her ongoing trademark battle with a wedding planner, Beyoncé called Blue Ivy a “cultural icon.” I mean, she’s not wrong.

Jonah Hill reportedly wants double what Robert Pattinson is getting for the Batman movie, and also wants to choose whether he plays the Riddler or Penguin. That’s…not how this works.

-Step Up…to motherhood. Jenna Dewan and boyfriend Steve Kazee are expecting a baby.

-One of the few new fall TV shows that is getting buzz is Stumptown, starring Cobie Smulders, which premieres tonight. You can watch the first four minutes here.

-Fleabag’s Hot Priest just landed a new Showtime adaptation of The Talented Mr. Ripley. You love to see it.

-This Fiona Apple interview happened when she reached out because the writer (via a Hotmail account!) because the writer was one of the few who noticed that Variety had dubbed an interview with Hustlers director Lorene Scafaria. What follows is a fun, freewheeling conversation about the state of the music industry (“The whole music scene, which — not bullshit anymore. It’s the bull who ate that shit and then shit it out again, and then ate that shit and then shit it out again, and then ate that shit and then shit it out again, and then ate that shit and then shit it out again, and now it’s that bullshit”), what her life looks like these days (“I live here in my house with my friend Zelda and her dog, and we just hang out. We play with dogs and work on our stuff and go out for walks. I have a very simple life”), and a story about meeting JLo in 1996 before she was famous (“JLo’s album hadn’t come out yet, and nobody had started talking about her ass yet — and I swear I saw her and ran to get my sister JUST to show her how beautiful that ass was — and the moment I pointed her out to my sister, JLo turned to speak to someone and her butt was just above table-level, and her butt knocked over someone’s glass of champagne and she didn’t even notice. It was glorious.”).

Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum (aka my BFF) are all reprising their roles for Jurassic Park 3.

-This makes me feel better about having warm feelings for Successsion’s Kendall, who is clearly a monster.

Baby Archie is a cutie!

Harrison Ford is warning us to address the climate crisis before it’s too late. “Stop, for God’s sake, the denigration of science. Stop giving power to people who don’t believe in science, or worse than that, pretend they don’t believe in science for their own self-interest.”

-I have not yet seen Brad Pitt‘s Ad Astra but man, so many people I follow on Twitter HATED it.

-Meanwhile, Brad Pitt is still single despite a report he’s dating holistic healer Sat Hari Khalsa. How do you think he finds dates? It’s not like he’s hitting on women in the produce section of Whole Foods.

-These images of Robert Deniro de-aged spawned a million memes today.

Armie Hammer plays a bartender who’s life gets turned upside down after he picks up a phone left behind at his bar in the trailer for Wounds.