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Lupita Nyong’o Stuns on Vogue Spain


Lupita Nyong’o is serving up a fierce look on the cover of Vogue Spain.

-In other good covers, Ciara looks great on Cosmo.

Taylor Swift/Karlie Kloss shippers must be devastated that Kloss got married (to a Kushner, no less!). Swift didn’t attend.

Nicki Minaj appears on Future‘s new track, where she may or may not have thrown shade at Cardi B. Again.

-You know there’s too much TV when Toni Collette is starring in a new Netflix show that I’ve never even heard of.

Kendall Jenner was granted a new restraining order against her stalker after he was re-arrested less than 48 hours after being released. She called out TMZ (quite rightly) for putting her in danger by releasing where she lives.

Chris Pine explaining to Sally Fields that everyone is talking about his dick in his new film is good content.

Javier Bardem continues to defend Woody Allen, calling his treatment a “public lynching” — which lines right up with what I thought of Bardem the one and only time I met him.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus opened up about her breast cancer battle on Kimmel. (“I know we have to get this cancer s**t out of the way, so bring on the questions!”)

-The Good Place reached yet another level of awesomeness last night. Damn, I love that show. (Also, that was writer — and Emmy nominee!– Megan Amram as the violin player.)

Rami Malek says he once got into a car accident after being distracted by his own face on a billboard. Totally understandable.

-I really want this little kid to join the Foo Fighters on the regular.

Don Cheadle, Regina Hall, and Andrew Rannells star in the new trailer for Black Monday, the new Showtime show exec-produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.

WB Pulls The Plug on Justice League Junket

-There were a lot of eyes on the upcoming Justice League press junket. Would publicity try to put questions about Weinstein/Affleck‘s conduct on the banned list? Would journalists obey? Looks like we might not get to find out — the WB just cancelled the US junket. Well, that’s one way to get around it, I guess. It’s all up to you now, London journalists!

Lupita Nyong’o is the latest actress to come forward with her own experiences about Harvey Weinstein‘s advances.

-Now that Quentin Tarantino has broken his silence about Weinstein, what matters most is what he does next. Kevin Smith is donating his Weinstein residuals to Women In Film. Channing Tatum halted a movie he was set to direct and produce at Weinstein’s company. These are more than just statements about how men in Hollywood need to do better; these guys are putting money on the line. Will Tarantino?

-Meanwhile, Weinstein is reportedly spending his time in sex rehab falling asleep in group therapy and telling anyone who will listen that there’s a conspiracy against him.

-Hollywood is crumbling — even the animation world. Nickelodeon has fired Chris Savino following reports of harassment.

-Stranger Things lead kid Finn Wolfhard is leaving his talent agency after sexual-assault allegations against his agent.

-I can’t figure out whose camp planted this story about Robert Pattinson wanting FKA twigs back because “that’s the girl he wants to marry.” I’m embarrassed for both of them.

Lena Dunham‘s interview with Gabrielle Union is pretty great (mostly because Gabrielle Union is always pretty great).

-Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter wrote a book? And there’s a trailer for it?

Adam Scott and Ben Schwartz are here to shoot down all your Parks and Rec fan theories.

-This is a great NYT profile on Taika Waititi, the quirky New Zealand director who is shaking up Marvel with the new Thor movie. I still can’t believe the guy who danced as Micheal Jackson in Boy is taking over Hollywood…

Scarlett Johansson organized a Hurricane Maria fundraising event with her Avengers co-stars.

Pink revealed that Christina Aguilera once took a swing at her in a club.  “I’m an alpha and she’s an alpha…women have to learn how to support each other; it’s not taught on the playground.”

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is documenting her chemo journey.

Jay Leno paid tribute to David Letterman, talking about their rivalry and the practical jokes they would play on each other. “Even when he was mean to me, it was funny.”

-The reviews for Michael Fassbender‘s The Snowman are hilariously mean.

Chris Hemsworth revisits Sept 11th in the 12 Strong trailer.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Reveals Cancer Diagnosis, Sparks Healthcare Talk

-Damn: Julia Louis-Dreyfus revealed that she’s fighting a breast cancer diagnosis, which she found out about the day after her Emmy win.

Kate McKinnon is on the cover of the November issue of Vanity Fair, in which she remains admirably tight-lipped about her personal life. I hate hate hate the cover image, but the inside shots are beautiful.

Rihanna has been taking to Twitter on a regular basis over the past week asking Trump what his administration is doing to relieve the suffering in Puerto Rico. She amped up her message yesterday, telling him “Don’t let your people die like this.”

-This video of a toddler caught sneaking popcorn from Prince Harry during Toronto’s Invictus Games makes me very melt-y.

Harry was also a surprise guest at a WE Day event in TO.

-If Kim Cattrall being a diva is preventing a third Sex in the City movie from happening, we all need to send her a fruit basket.

Kim Kardashian confirmed that she and Kanye are expecting in a preview for the upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

-Netflix plans to invest at least $400 million in Canadian production in the next five years — though it might not be great news for Canadians.

-It’s been a rough week. I just don’t think I have it in me to read a whole story about Idris Elba falling in love with his new girlfriend if that girlfriend isn’t me…

-Disney may have forced ABC to renew Agents of Shield for movie synergy reasons.

-Speaking of ABC’s superhero shows, the reviews of Inhumans are hilariously *brutal*. Variety says “it makes Iron Fist look like Citizen Kane by comparison,” while Sepinwall says “Inhumans is Marvel’s version of “fetch.” Hopefully this awful TV show means they stop trying to make it happen.” The same showrunner also did Iron Fist. How does he get to fail twice, but the Agent Carter showrunners still don’t have a new show lined up?!

Natalie Morales’ statement about those upshot photos is worth a read.

-It’s THR’s annual Hollywood salary list day! I need to learn how to operate a boom mic…

-Here’s Owen Wilson, Glenn Close, Ed Helms and J.K. Simmons in the new Father Figures trailer.