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Jessica Simpson

Rihanna, Lupita Nyong’o Make the Internet’s Dream Come True

-It started as a tweet, turned into a meme, and now it’s actually happening: Rihanna and Lupita Nyong’o will costar in a buddy movie directed by Ava DuVernay. The original tweeter better get a producer credit.

-This is tragic: Zack Synder has stepped away from the Justice League movie to due the recent suicide of his daughterJoss Whedon will reportedly step in to finish the film. (She passed away in March, proving Hollywood knows how to keep its ish under wraps when it wants to.)

-GQ interviewed a bunch of TV comedy showrunners, including Rachel Bloom, Pete Holmes, Rob Delaney, Issa Rae, Sharon Horgan and more.

-Last night’s Billboard Music Awards was ruled by the divas, from Cher’s performance of “If I Could Turn Back Time” (my fave part of that clip is Ansel Elgot‘s enthusiastic singalong) to Celine Dion‘s performance of “My Heart Will Go On.” Other cute moments include Celine leading the backstage press in a Cher singalong,  Drake telling Celine: “You’re very iconic. We love you,” and Vanessa Hudgens giving  us her best Celine.

Bobby Moynihan, Vanessa Bayer and Sasheer Zamata all announced that this weekend’s episode of SNL was their last.

-Speaking of the SNL finale, Katy Perry managed to alienate the black community and the LGBT community.

Billy Bush broke his silence on the Trump fiasco in a new cover story. Let’s all just pretend he didn’t, k?

Jessica Simpson was on Ellen and reminded us that she’s kinda kooky.

-I would really, really love to see Salma Hayek’s live-chat be flooded with questions about her shut down of Jessica Williams. Make it happen, interwebs!

-I don’t watch reality TV, but this Twitter headline got me clicking anyway: “The Bachelor(ette) has long been cruel to black women. It may now be our greatest hope”

-There’s going to be a monster movie-verse with Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Russell Crowe and Javier Bardem.

-Yet another streaming service has launched — and this one has Jared Leto as its “Chief Creative Officer.” Well then…

Nicki Minaj has been quietly sponsoring an Indian village for years because she’s kind of awesome.

-Critics are hating on the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, but it’s still projected to make buckets of money.

Krystal tries to get to the bottom of things and Keira is kidnapped in the final Orphan Black trailer.

-The trailer for The Hitman’s Bodyguard didn’t really do it for me when I first saw it, but if this is the poster, I may have to rethink my stance.

Brie Larson Talks Fame, JLaw in Hollywood Reporter


Brie Larson is delightful in her new THR cover story, talking about how her first big splurge was on underwear, and how she bonded with Jennifer Lawrence about being the only ones to eat doughnuts at craft services.

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Evans? Into it!

Britney Spears‘ gently bizarre Instagram continues to be the gift that keeps on giving.

-Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo says he may boycott the awards. Look, I know it’s always problematic when rich white dudes wade into this kind of issue. But the fact that he spent his day having conversations about it on Twitter, listening to other points of view and apologizing to those he offended? That’s solid.

Will Smith confirmed he won’t attend the Oscars. So he’s supporting Jada instead of the other way around? Huh.

-People mag says Miley Cyrus is back to wearing Liam Hemsworth’s ring, so that’s a thing that’s happening in life.

-They might be living together. too.

-Meanwhile, Kanye and Miley’s “Black Skinhead” remix has leaked. Yay?

Jessica Simpson in a bikini was the top trending topic today on Facebook. Really? Cause I’m way more interested in the way her mom is posing with her son-in-law. Prioritize, people!

-I really liked Lena Dunham‘s essay on why we should all say “no” more often, which is the opposite of what we’re usually told.

-I’m pretty sure if I ever get a chance to interview Joshua Jackson I’m only going to ask him about possible Dawson’s Creek reunion ideas, so this interview speaks to me.

-I am here for every Leonardo DiCaprio takedown article. Every. Damn. One.

-Hey, remember when Tom Cruise shot down those rumours that’d he’d be starring in a remake of The Mummy? Totally lying.

Whit Stillman is doing a Jane Austen adaptation? Based on a Jane Austen book that I’ve never even read? How is any of this possible?!?

-I’ll never get tired of Ellen scaring celebrities. This week: Walking Dead’s Lauren Cohan.

-Vulture created a winter-TV commitment calculator, which lets you select shows and then figures out how much time you’re going to spend this season watching TV. It’s kind of horrifying (if you’re me). #peakTV

Jenna Fischer talking about her chemistry with John Krasinski made my insides all squishy.

Amy Schumer swears she’s never stolen a joke. So there.

-You know the sign of a really good trailer? It’s when all of your coworkers end up forwarding it to each other within the span of 5 minutes. That’s what happened today at work with this NSFW trailer for Keanu, in which Key and Peele pretend to be drug dealers to retrieve a missing kitten. This made me laugh a LOT.

Julianne Moore, Claire Danes, Adam Driver Are the New Royals


-I really like W magazine’s New Royals covers (especially Julianne Moore‘s and Claire Danes‘). Allison Williams‘s doesn’t even look like her, though.

Stephen Colbert had his first truly great interview on his new show last night when he chatted with Joe Biden on death, faith, and family.

Beyonce‘s my new hero thanks to her giant wine glass. I really hope she calls it Big Joe.

-This blind riddle is totally about Justin Theroux, right?

-Dammit. That Daily Mail report about Nicole Kidman joining Elisabeth Moss for the second season of Top of the Lake turned out to be false. That would have been killer!

Alison Brie really doesn’t need any more photos of your junk. Thanks, tho.

-I didn’t watch Under the Dome after the first season because I value my brain cells too much, but the reviews of the finale are HILARIOUS. So angry!

-“You try being 22, having a period and staying away from Google.” Jennifer Lawrence is all about the truth telling.

-I have a fall TV spoiler ban, but I don’t think the new Scandal trailer counts because really, who cares about Scandal?!

-The second half of this article about the rise of slog TV is so good. Nothing makes me feel more exhausted than seeing an ad for the new seasons of The Leftovers or The Affair.

-It’s weird that Shiri Appleby is following up her UnREAL breakout with a show that looks DOA. I guess she should grab that CBS money while she can.

-I didn’t realize Donald Glover was in The Martian until I saw this new clip. That must be why he’s at TIFF. I’ll be seeing him tomorrow night at Jason Reitman’s live read of The Princess Bride (now with Rachel McAdams as Buttercup!). I’ll try to sneak a Periscope or two if you’re interested.

Natalie Portman premiered her new movie at TIFF yesterday (I love how she cut off all questions about her dress at the pass), and she talked about how Broad City made her insecure about Garden State.

-I don’t know anyone who still watches Grey’s Anatomy, but it’s always good to see Joey Lauren Adams getting work.

Joss Whedon cut this shirtless Chris Hemsworth scene from Age of Ultron. But whyyyyy???

Neil Patrick Harris accepted Seth Meyer’ Actathalon Challenge last night. This is kind of impressive!

Norman Reedus, stop making it so hard to like you.

-The X-Files reboot will have its premiere at New York Comic-Con.

Jessica Simpson says the show that made her a household name is her biggest financial mistake because logic!

-Here’s the trailer for Michael Moore’s Where to Invade Next, which premiered at TIFF last night and is one of the few films here gaining some heat.

-Here’s the first trailer for Sarah Silverman and Josh Charles’ I Smile Back. Seeing it next week. This one might hurt…