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Uma Thurman Gears Up To Make Her Move

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-Holy moly, Uma Thurman‘s Thanksgiving message is intense! “Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! (Except you Harvey, and all your wicked conspirators – I’m glad it’s going slowly – you don’t deserve a bullet) -stay tuned”. She also just dumped her agency. It’s coming, y’all!

Beyonce announced that she’s launching holiday merch and it’s a true Thanksgiving miracle!

Jimmy Fallon covered Prince during the Macy’s parade and Twitter was not kind.

-I’m really down with this trend of rappers interrupting their concerts to protect women or give them inspirational speeches. Check out this pep talk by Jay-Z to a 9-year-old fan.

-Speaking of Jay-Z, Mariah Carey will reportedly be managed by his Roc Nation.

-Are we getting a royal engagement announcement soon? Like, really, really soon??

-Netflix is getting flak for moving quickly to remove Kevin Spacey, but dragging their feet on Danny Masterson, who has been accused of rape by four women. Not helping matters, the actor’s longtime publicist told an alleged victim that a woman cannot be raped by a man she’s dating.

Ryan Phillippe is suing model Elsie Hewitt over allegations he physically assaulted her.

Kate Beckinsale is reportedly “hanging out again” with the 22-year-old. Get it, girl.

Denzel Washington is very confused by the news that Drake has a tattoo of his face.

-SNL’s Colin Jost helped Scarlett Johansson ring in her 33rd birthday.

More women are coming forward to accuse Jeremy Piven of sexual harassment.

-I really, really want to believe Reese Witherspoon when she says: “I’m determined to create more opportunity for other women and people of color. To help them tell their stories. To encourage CEOs to take chances on high-level female executives and champion new female voices on film.”

-Here’s the trailer for NBC’s new drama, Rise. I’m cautiously hopeful about this one. Jason Katims rarely makes a misstep.

Blake Lively Talks Hollywood Sexism in Glamour

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-What exactly is Blake Lively promoting right now that landed her the cover of the Sept issue of Glamour? Why is she only wearing one dress in almost all of the photos? Why is her rose choker so big? Sadly, none of these pressing questions are addressed in the interview, in which she talks about how her life isn’t perfect, how the election “awakened” her to be “more aware, more conscious, more sensitive,” and how she deals with sexist scripts.

-Speaking of September covers, Angelina Jolie has hit back at criticism over the “cruel” child casting game that was described in her Vanity Fair interview, saying the magazine’s take on it was “false and upsetting.”

Macaulay Culkin and his goddaughter, Paris Jackson, got matching spoon tattoos.

-RIP Sam Shepard, who passed away at 73.

-On her press tour for Top of the Lake, Nicole Kidman expressed doubts about a second season of Big Little Lies, saying “right now it’s very up in the air unfortunately, but that’s just what it is.”

-Well this is terrifying: Kate Beckinsale’s stalker was arrested at Comic Con.

-I’m weirded out that every Game of Thrones fan I follow on Twitter seems to suddenly be shipping Daenerys and Jon Snow (and not just because they have the chemistry of wet cardboard).

-Meanwhile, Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is suing his former manager over alleged deception.

-It’s been a rough weekend for HBO. First, the #NoConfederate hashtag trended so hard last night they had to release a statement, and then they got hacked and Game of Thrones spoilers have leaked online. What’s even scarier, the hackers claim to have stolen 1.5 terabytes of data from the company, which means we might get a Sony-level release of emails and employee info soon.

-Just in case you needed more reasons to watch Insecure (which you shouldn’t because it’s great), Regina Hall and Scott Foley headlined the fictional show-within-the-show in last night’s episode.

-I gotta wonder why Ben Affleck would even agree to pose for a photo with a fan in a liquor store?

-Post-Wonder Woman DC is not looking so great. Suicide Squad 2 hasn’t had a director since at least December of 2016.

-It’s going to be a tennis-heavy TIFF. Besides Emma Stone’s Battle of the Sexes, Shia LaBeouf’s Borg/McEnroe is set to open the festival. Here’s the first trailer.

-Here’s the first cryptic teaser for Darren Aronofsky and Jennifer Lawrence‘s Mother!

Game of Thrones Trailer: Winter Is Here

-The new Game Of Thrones trailer for season 7 teases multiple battles and confirms that winter is finally here.

-After two high-risk pregnancies, Kim Kardashian is reportedly hiring a surrogate. I know nothing about how much surrogates cost, but doesn’t this seem like not a lot?

George Clooney is having a moment. The new dad just sold his Casamigos tequila brand to beverage giant Diageo – for one billion dollars!

Kate Beckinsale, 43, is dating 21-year-old actor Matt Rife. Get it, girl.

-Holy shit, this is messy. Phil Lord and Chris Miller (of The Lego Movie and the 21 Jump Street) were ejected from the Hans Solo movie after clashing with LucasFilm President Kathleen Kennedy. To leave a project when there’s just three weeks of shooting left because of “creative differences?” Ron Howard is reportedly among the directors in talks to take over.

-There are a lot of new faces on The THR 100 (The Hollywood Reporter’s list of the most powerful people in entertainment), including Barry Jenkins, Reese Witherspoon and Patty Jenkins.

Miley Cyrus says she was the one who gave Instagram the idea to disable comments on some posts.

Jesse Williams‘ divorce from Aryn Drake-Lee is getting messy. The Grey’s Anatomy star is fighting for joint physical custody and says his estranged wife refused his request for more time with their two children.

-This is a great piece on Sofia Coppola‘s The Beguiled controversy, and what we should expect from white directors.

-Drew Barrymore makes a very brief cameo in SZA’s music video for the very good song “Drew Barrymore”.

-This is pretty damn admirable: Law & Order: SVU star Mariska Hargitay is fighting to get all of America’s backlogged rape kits tested.

Amy Poehler and Jimmy Fallon played “Are You Smarter Than a Smart Girl?”  (Spoiler alert: they are not.)

Prince Harry revealed he suffered regular panic attacks after the death of his mother and recalled the emotional difficulty of walking behind his mother’s coffin. “I don’t think any child should be asked to do that, under any circumstances. I don’t think it would happen today.”

-If a show dumps six cast members, is it still the same show? NBC’s Taken is about to find out.

-Shocking report: diverse casts are bringing in serious box office cash.

-My Best Friend’s Wedding came out 20 years ago today! I still dig this movie — despite the fact that it’s based on people who make a marriage pact for if they’re still single by the time they’re 28(!). The best part about it is how the three people in the love triangle are basically monsters, and the movie never lets you forget it.

Damon Lindelof is developing a Watchmen TV series for HBO. After what he did with The Leftovers, I’m willing to give this a chance.

-ATX’s panel for Sweet/Vicious has landed on YouTube. How did I never realize that the main actress is Bryan Cranston’s daughter?!

-EW has some exclusive new Blade Runner 2049 footage.

Miles Teller fights PTSD in the Thank You for Your Service trailer.