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Sandra Oh Celebrates Korean Designers

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-This Sandra Oh fashion shoot in Porter magazine is fabulous and just what we need to kick off the weekend. (The interview is fire, too.)

Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley have reportedly called it quits. But they didn’t even get around to regrettable matching tattoos yet!

This video of Paul Rudd demonstrating how he takes pictures of celebrities in a way that makes it look like a butt is hovering over them is possibly the best thing I’ve ever seen.

-Grace and Frankie stars Jane Fonda and Sam Waterston were arrested this afternoon in DC during a climate change protest.

-This documentary clip of Meghan Markle getting emotional about her negative press hit me right in the heart guts. “Thank you for asking, because not many people have asked if I’m ok.”

Christina Hendricks announced her split from husband Geoffrey Arend. He got 10 years of marriage out of her, which is about 9.5 more than most of us predicted.

-I love Paul Feig, and this interview cements it. He says of all of his films having female leads: “I was an only child. I grew up next to a family of eight kids, six of whom were girls. I liked the humour of joking around with my female friends because male humour devolves, eventually, into homophobia, punching and name-calling. I’d rather just have goofy fun.”

Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston recreated one of their most memorable scenes together from Friends, and it was all kinds of great.

-This lip sync video with Penn Badgley is incredibly hot. (I once saw him on a dance floor with Zoe Kravitz and I thought they were going to make the whole place spontaneously combust.)

-I finally got around to watching the Succession season finale. Are people seriously creating conspiracy theories about that end shot? Even Brian Cox doesn’t buy it. It was more like — game recognize game.

Jennifer Lopez was spotted wearing a wedding dress on the set of her new movie and … is it supposed to fit like that?

-Once Upon a Time in Hollywood will no longer be being released as planned in China because Quentin Tarantino refuses to trim scenes of violence or the one that featured Bruce Lee sparring with Brad Pitt’s stuntman character. Which — and I have never said this before and likely won’t again but — good for Quentin Tarantino.

-Here’s the trailer for Bombshell, starring Margot Robbie, Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman.

 

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.

Michelle Williams Urges Pay Equity In Emmy Speech

-If you missed last night’s Emmy Awards, you’re going to want to watch Michelle Williams’ powerful speech.

-The Emmy telecast was an awkward, disjointed mess but they ended up handing out a lot of great awards (and best of all, didn’t deliver the predicted Game of Thrones sweep). There was also a handful of unintentionally hilarious moments, like when Gwyneth Paltrow struggled to walk across the stage in her dress, or when the audience openly laughed at Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner for saying their reality show featured “real people just being themselves, telling real stories unscripted and unfiltered.”

-This photo of Pheobe Waller-Bridge at an Emmy afterparty is a goddamn MOOD.

-On the Emmys red carpet last night, Terrance Howard said he’s retiring from acting because he’s unlocked mathematical secrets and he wants to share them with the world. “I’ve made some discoveries in my own personal life with the science that Pythagoras was searching for. I was able to open up the Flower of Life properly and find the real wave conjugations that we’ve been looking for for 10,000 years…On Tuesday when I receive my star [on the Hollywood Walk of Fame] I’m going to be able to prove that gravity is an effect and not a force.” Uh huh.

-ICYMI, here’s my Emmys red carpet recap, in which I tried to string together a few more words than just “Zendayaaaaaaaaaa!”

-When asked about Shane Gillis’ firing from SNL, Bill Hader said: “I feel like you shouldn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings. Especially in comedy, you do stuff six or seven years ago that wouldn’t be okay now for good reason so I only speak for myself but, like anybody, you have to grow. I think it’s a good thing.” That guy’s a good egg.

-Disney CEO Bob Iger says they put out too many Star Wars movies too fast. Gee, ya think?

-In his new memoir, Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness opens up about childhood abuse and reveals he’s HIV-positive.

-This partnership between Jennifer Lawrence and Amazon’s wedding registry is … unexpected.

Kit Harington has a good strategy for dodging questions about the widely disliked Game of Thrones finale: he says he doesn’t have an opinion because he hasn’t even seen it. Smarter than he looks, that one.

-If Brad Pitt found out about my fangirling of him, I would not have handled it as well as Dax Shepard did.

-Just in case you need a reminder: Chris Pratt remains the worst Chris.

Jessie J debuted a new love she wrote about Channing Tatum, so that’s still happening.

-Stars could not stop drooling over Jennifer Lopez‘s video of her in the green dress. Celebs — they’re just like us!

Jonah Hill is in talks to play a villain in The Batman opposite Robert Pattinson — maybe the Penguin.

-The cast of Pitch Perfect reunited to go to a Hustlers screening, which feels all kinds of right.

-Downton Abbey won the weekend box office, proving that older moviegoers can still flex their money muscles.

Ryan Murphy‘s new Netflix show The Politician, starring Ben Platt and Gwyneth Paltrow, is getting good reviews.

Kat Dennings deserves a good TV show, and Hulu’s Dollface, produced by Margot Robbie, might finally be it judging by this trailer.

-I’m still on the fence about whether or not we need the Breaking Bad movie, but damn there’s nothing like a tearful Jesse Pinkman to hit me right in my heart guts.