Hunter Schafer on the September cover of Allure.
Photographed by Daniella Midenge. pic.twitter.com/wwCYXFqREe
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-My god, the Allure cover and photo spread with Hunter Schafer might be my favourite in a long, long time. In the interview, she talks about not always wanting to talk in the press about her transition, and how Euphoria is a “wildly expensive TV show”, with season one reportedly costing about as much to produce as season one of Westworld.
–Angelina Jolie’s legal team is asking for the private judge assigned to their divorce case to be disqualified for failing to disclose his business relationship with one of Brad Pitt’s attorneys. Pitt’s team (via Page Six) is spinning it as “a delay tactic“.
-I was really worried when I woke up to see Patton Oswalt tweeting concern about LaKeith Stanfield’s well-being. Despite some disturbing posts the Knives Out actor made on Instagram last night, he seems to be fine.
-In Marie Claire’s new digital issue, Meghan Markle opens up about why she’s voting in Nov: “I know what it’s like to have a voice, and also what it’s like to feel voiceless.”
-Meanwhile, it turns out the royal book Finding Freedom isn’t as juicy as we’d hoped it would be. We do learn, however, that Harry fell for her when she “happily” peed in the woods during a camping trip.
–Alyssa Milano said she was hospitalized for complications due to COVID-19 in April and that she still has long haul symptoms of the disease months later.
–Jessica Mulroney returned to Instagram — obstinately to wish her sons a happy birthday, but that caption is a lot.
-It’s kind of cute that Scandal’s Guillermo Díaz is a Madonna superfan.
-A reboot of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is in the works with Will Smith exec-producing — although the new version will be a drama, not a comedy.
-Because there are no new ideas, Zac Efron will star in the Disney remake of Three Men and a Baby.
-This is an interesting look at how Pharrell Williams is breaking the chains of music’s troubled past by leading Black artists’ fight for equality, equity stakes and the elimination of triggering ‘master and slave’ terminology from music biz contracts.
-In a new interview, Ruby Rose talks about leaving Batwoman after one season, saying “Being the lead of a superhero show is tough. Being the lead in anything is tough.”
-This video of Shia LeBeouf getting tested for Covid getting tested for covid is weirdly endearing. I like how he says his nurse Yesenia’s name repeatedly.
-An episode of black-ish that ABC refused to air two years ago because it was too political is now available on Hulu.
–Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Keira Knightley star in the Misbehaviour trailer.