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Blake Lively Draws Louboutins Onto Her Feet

Blake Lively badly photoshopping a pair of shoes onto her feet is the content I needed today. She posted “@louboutinworld are you hiring? Barefoot iPhone doodler with vast experience avail.”

-Oh goodie. Now Josh Brolin has weighed in on Chris Pratt, complaining about the “global hate hand job” everyone’s giving his costar. Why won’t they stop?

-Just in case you thought 2020 couldn’t get weirder, Daniel Kaluuya confirmed his live-action Barney movie is really happening and it will be darker than the OG TV show. “Barney taught us, ‘I love you, you love me. Won’t you say you love me too?’ That’s one of the first songs I remember, and what happens when that isn’t true?”

Matthew McConaughey says he was sexually abused as a teenager in his new memoir Greenlights, writing “I was blackmailed into having sex for the first time when I was 15. I was certain I was going to hell for the premarital sex. Today, I am merely certain that I hope that’s not the case.” He also mentions an incident when he was “molested by a man when I was 18 while knocked unconscious in the back of a van.” Still, he remained an optimist. “I’ve never felt like a victim. I have a lot of proof that the world is conspiring to make me happy.”

Justin Bieber says he’s not slowing down his support of Black Lives Matter. “I am a white Canadian and I will never know what it feels like to be an African American. [W]hat I do know is I am willing to stand up and use my voice to shine [a] light on racism.”

Dominic West‘s wife has gone to Ireland on a “work trip.” Uh huh.

Miranda Lambert‘s new music video has a surprising costar: her husband’s abs.

-I have no interest in ever watching another movie based on a video game again, but Tom Holland is sure working that henley in the first photo from Uncharted.

Lake Bell and Scott Campbell have called it quits after 7 years of marriage.

-The 100 showrunner is now blaming his much-maligned final season on the network, saying the head of the CW told him to make the show darker. Did he also tell him to kill off beloved characters in throwaway scenes that made zero sense?

Kristen Bell will star in and exec produce in Netflix’s The Woman in the House, a thriller series about a woman nursing a broken heart who possibly witnesses her neighbor murder someone.

Noah Cyrus wore a sheer bodysuit (ala Britney in the “Toxic” video) to the CMTs. That went over about as well as you’d expect.

-The cover of Cicely Tyson’s memoir is stunning. It’s a portrait taken by Lord Snowden.

-CBS’ and Trump have been in a pissing contest all day that includes a lot of early clip releases from his 60 Minutes interview that’s airing Sunday.

-The more we hear about the Synder cut, the more it’s clear that this thing never actually existed.

-Wait, so Netflix has reportedly renewed Steve Carell’s Space Force but keeps cancelling shows people actually like? WTF?

-The trailer for the Netflix film The Prom has dropped, starring Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Kerry Washington, and James Corden. How many times am I going to get sucked into watching a Ryan Murphy joint and instantly regret it? At least one more, apparently.

Tatiana Maslany Keeps Us Guessing About She-Hulk

-Remember a month ago when I mentioned that I was on a Zoom call with Tatiana Maslany and she said she’s not doing She-Hulk? She just said it again and the headlines are everywhere. My guess remains the same: that she’s doing it but sworn to keep it under wraps until there’s an official announcement. The original story in the trades was based on “sources” — and Scarlett Johansson was denying a Black Widow movie up until about a month before filming started.

Armie Hammer is now seeking joint custody and requesting his ex return to the U.S. from the Cayman Islands. Elizabeth Chambers filed for divorce from Hammer in July, seeking primary physical custody of their two children.

-I’m sure the Daily Mail is just reaching for headlines, but I’m choosing to believe this story about Dominic West being terrorized by squirrels.

Taryn Manning is claiming DWTS invited her to join the cast “many times,” but the show has a different take: “Her representation attempted to pitch her to us a while back and we kindly passed. So her claim that she was asked to join ‘DWTS’ once, never mind many times, is completely false.”

Jacob Tremblay portrays a young Justin Bieber in the new video for “Lonely.” This is scary good casting.

-Meanwhile, Bieber is this week’s musical guest on SNL, with Issa Rae hosting.

-Fans put a damper on Bieber‘s big week by camping outside his home. He posted on IG Stories: “This is not a hotel. It’s my home. How do you convince yourself it’s not completely inappropriate and disrespectful to wait outside my home to gawk, stare and take pictures as I walk into my apartment?”

Dwyane Wade was walking on the beach and happened to pass by a proposal. His reaction is everything.

-In a charming new interview with The Ringer, Adam Brody discusses how many people re-watching The OC now find his character mean (“I totally understand that about Seth and I can even see it without seeing it again. I mean, I don’t recall him doing anything brave and I don’t just mean physically brave”) and talks about being a feminist (“I’m not an activist, but I do feel that I’m pretty aware and my wife [Leighton Meester] helps me a lot. My wife is a feminist and has been for a long time, so she helps me a lot. Although I think we’ve all had our eyes opened even more so these last handful of years, but we’re all still learning and certainly I am. I like to think of myself as a feminist. I don’t know if I fully live up to that or not”).

-Speaking of charming interviews, You’re The Worst’s Chris Greere interviews former costar Aya Cash about her role on The Boys.

Harvey Weinstein‘s lawyers claim he will likely die in prison if not freed. [*crickets*]

Miley Cyrus is reviving her Backyard Sessions for a special episode of MTV’s Unplugged series. This is such a clever way to do content in quarantine.

-I don’t believe a digit of Netflix’s ratings reports, but they are saying that Ratched is the most watched original program in 2020. I wonder if even they care that it was so horribly received?

-Bridgerton is being made into a series by Shonda Rhimes? Yes, please!

Ethan Hawke had to shoot his appearance on Desus & Mero last night from an empty hotel ballroom in Ireland because he was having wi-fi issues in his room. Still managed to be charming af tho.

David Byrne’s American Utopia debuts on Crave this weekend and it’s so, so good. It’s directed by Spike Lee and is one of my fave films of the year so far. It’s joyous and thought-provoking and made me get up and dance multiple times (watching films at home is one benefit of movies going straight to streaming).

Charlie Hunnam plays a bare-knuckle boxer reluctantly traveling across the country with his brother for one last fight in Jungleland. It took me halfway through the trailer for me to realize I saw this at last year’s TIFF. I really liked the girl from The End of the F**king World in it.

Justin and Hailey Bieber Cover Vogue Italia

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Justin and Hailey Bieber bring boob grabs to Vogue Italia. Keepin’ it classy!

Lenny Kravtiz is making 56 look real good on the cover of Mens Health.

SZA tweeted both a confirmation of, and a correction to, Drake’s claim that they dated on his song “Mr. Right Now”.

Sir Patrick Stewart recorded his final sonnet for Twitter. I’m going to miss these.

Harvey Weinstein has been charged with six additional counts of sexual assault ahead of his Los Angeles trial on sex crime charges.

Lana Del Rey wore a mesh face mask to meet fans. Why even bother then?

-Gilmore Girls debuted 20 years ago today. In a rare streaming-to-broadcast deal, The CW will air Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival in November.

-Aw nuts. Despite receiving a fourth and final renewal, Netflix announced they won’t be creating any more episodes of Glow due to the COVID-19 shutdown. I hate these reverse decisions on renewals. I get they can’t shoot anything now, but is there no way to hold the show for a year?

-Speaking of Netflix, they also opted not to pick up a second season of Teenage Bounty Hunters, which is surprising because that show seemed universally beloved.

-A Netflix show that is NOT universally beloved right now is Emily in Paris. I tried but the way they portray social media managers was too much to get me past episode 3. It’s pretty, but the lead character is too arrogant to raise it to Younger or The Bold Type levels of fun.

-The movie industry has basically given up 2020. Following last week’s announcement that the new James Bond would move to Easter 2021 and F9 would also be pushed to May 2021, Denis Villeneuve’s Dune has bumped its release date all the way to next October.

-Meanwhile, Hocus Pocus was re-released and it nearly beat Tenet at this weekend’s box office.

-The NYPD is offering a reward “up to $2,500” for information regarding Rick Moranis’ assailant after the actor was randomly attacked while going for a walk on Friday.

-HBO Max’s West Wing reunion special has cast Sterling K. Brown as Leo.

-The Game of Thrones creators talked about that coffee cup showing up in the final season (“I couldn’t believe it”) but seem pretty unapologetic about the reaction to the finale.

-I never want to watch any Game of Thrones-adjacent thing again but good for Paddy Considine for getting cast as the lead in the prequel House Of The Dragon. I adore him.

-The only good part about the SNL premiere was Chloe Fineman‘s impression of Drew Barrymore, which Barrymore adored.

-I love how tight the three main actresses on Supergirl seem to be in real life.

Mick Fleetwood joined TikTok and recreated that viral video of a guy longboarding while sipping cranberry juice.

-The cast of Dazed and Confused — including Matthew McConaughey — will virtually reunite for a table read to benefit March for Science and the Voto Latino Foundation.

Rihanna is getting a lot of praise for her body inclusive lingerie campaign.

-Here’s the first trailer for Netflix’s Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, starring Forest Whitaker, Keegan-Michael Key, Anika Noni Rose and Phylicia Rashad.

-Speaking of kids movies, Anne Hathaway terrorizes children in the first trailer for HBO Max’s The Witches, costarring Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci and Chris Rock. Weirdly, it’s still slated for a theatrical release in Canada.