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Keri Russell Talks Style, Sleep and Sex

Keri Russell Shape magazine

Keri Russell covers Shape, in which she says her husband Matthew Rhys calls her style “Sam Shepard from The Right Stuff” (“We laughed really hard about it, but I realized that’s my true fashion—like tough guys. Growing up, I didn’t play with Barbies or dolls. I wanted the adventures”), talks about doing the horror movie Antlers (“I’m a total scaredy-cat, but I think the reason why it’s OK for me to do scary movies is because I’m scared all the time. I’ll be in the bathroom getting ready, and Matthew will be coming down the hall and he’ll warn me, ‘I’m about to come in.’ And I’ll still scream!”), and reveals her feel-good essentials (“I need those little bits of time to myself. And time to see girlfriends. If you have that, if you have good sleep, if you have good sex—all those things just make you feel great”).

Harvey Weinstein‘s defense team has asked for a 5-year sentence, citing his charity work and the stress of the allegations: “Mr. Weinstein cannot walk outside without being heckled, he has lost his means to earn a living, simply put, his fall from grace has been historic, perhaps unmatched in the age of social media.”

-Also, according to unsealed court documents, he once said in an email Jennifer Aniston “should be killed.”

-First reactions to movies when the full reviews are still embargoed tend not to be super reliable, but people seem enthralled by the live-action Mulan.

Angelina Jolie shared a personal essay for Time and revealed that daughters Zahara, 15, and Shiloh, 13, have both undergone recent medical complications. “I have spent the last two months in and out of surgeries.”

Brad Pitt skipped the BAFTAs to be at one of his daughter’s sides during her surgery.

-Meanwhile, sources close to Brad Pitt insist his relationship with Arrested Development’s Alia Shawkat is “strictly platonic.” I’m more intrigued by who approaches them to talk during that video of them at a concert. Is that Beck?!

Corey Feldman accused Charlie Sheen of sexually abusing Corey Haim in his new documentary, which screened last night. This is an old allegation that Sheen publicly denied and sued the National Enquirer over in 2017. At the time, Haim’s mother sided with Sheen.

-The Outsider was one of those shows that didn’t get a lot of buzz, but it felt like everyone I know was watching it. The ratings were surprisingly good, too.

-This excerpt from the new book Her Stories is about the Days of Our Lives devil possession story of the mid-’90s and how it was kinda all about the religious right.

-In a video interlude shown during her current world tour Billie Eilish performs a poem about her unique style. “If what I wear is comfortable, I am not a woman. If I shed the layers, I am a slut. Though you’ve never seen my body, you still judge me for it. Why?”

-The Flip The Switch challenge has been sweeping TikTok the past couple of weeks, and now celebrities are starting to get in on the action.

Selena Gomez said her first onscreen kiss was with Dylan Sprouse and “It was one of the worst days of my life,” and he’s since poked fun at himself on Twitter.

-An Australian bushfire benefit concert has been cancelled after Miley Cyrus pulled out due to coronavirus concerns, BTS has cancelled shows, and now it looks like Coachella will be postponed (which is probably for the best, seeing as it’s basically in a town full of retirees).

-The trailer for Netflix’s Uncorked looks great.

Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt star in the new Jungle Cruise trailer.

Taylor Swift Talks Helping Fellow Artists

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-In her new Billboard cover story, Taylor Swift discusses advocating for women’s rights and breaking down gender barriers in the industry. “I get so many phone calls from new artists out of the blue — like, ‘Hey, I’m getting my first wave of bad press, I’m freaking out, can I talk to you?’ And the answer is always yes! I’m talking about more than 20 people who have randomly reached out to me. I take it as a compliment because it means that they see what has happened over the course of my career, over and over again.”

-There was a Melrose Place cast reunion and they all still look great!

-Survivor finally ejected Dan Spilo from the game — and it took him harassing a crew member before they did it. He was caught on camera inappropriately touching female players, he make it to the loved ones visit and to the top eight, but producers only removed him after his problematic behavior affected their own team. The show was already wearing it after his first accuser was voted out — the bad press is going to be even worse now.

-Shortly after the news broke that Harvey Weinstein had reached a settlement, Emily Ratajkowski showed up at the premiere of Uncut Gems with the words “Fuck Harvey” scrawled across her arm. She also posted it on IG. In words I have never said before (and likely never will again), go Emily Ratajkowski!

-After multiple interviews defending it, now Olivia Wilde says the depiction of the real-life journalist she plays in Richard Jewel was “out of her control.”

Harry Styles opted to eat cod sperm rather than tell ex-girlfriend Kendall Jenner which of his songs are about her.

Keri Russell was on Jimmy Kimmel’s show last night, and did some adorably terrible Star Wars impersonations. She also showed up Jon Hamm in the pickup line game.

Keanu Reeves‘ John Wick 4 and The Matrix 4 are getting the same release date. This seems…dumb.

Hugh Grant has been in a Twitter feud with Piers Morgan and he’s absolutely owning it.

Victoria Beckham answered fan questions on Instagram and she was kind of adorable about it?

-Despite critics seeming to dislike its new season, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel has already been renewed for season four.

-The In the Heights trailer from Lin Manuel-Miranda and Jon M. Chu is giving me all the feels!

Keri Russell Talks Star Wars

keri russell town and country

Keri Russell is on the cover of Town & Country and it’s times like this when I think I would for real fight someone if she asked me to.

-In an interview with the LA TimesCamila Cabello stresses the legitimacy of her relationship with Shawn Mendes. “That’s my boyfriend. This is real.”

Jennifer Garner posted a collage of her reactions when Katie Couric arranged a surprise phone call from film legend Julie Andrews. It’s incredibly charming.

Vulture has more info on Gabrielle Union‘s firing from America’s Got Talent last Friday. Apparently she was labelled “difficult” from the beginning when she complained about Simon Cowell constantly (and illegally) smoking indoors, and she annoyed producers when she asked drag performers about their preferred pronouns. Things got tense when producers told her they wanted to eliminate a 10-year-old black rapper and pick a group of white high kicking dancers from Texas because they needed to pick an act “America can get behind.” According to Vulture, Union is now exploring her legal options against the network. Meanwhile, both she and her husband tweeted about the firing last night.

Ellen Pompeo has also been tweeting her support for Union.

-This is such a shockingly succinct example of the male gaze it should be taught in film school. Just like this should be taught in writing classes.

-Following her emotional confession yesterday, Melissa Benoist appeared on James Corden’s show to play the cellphone game with Evan Rachel Wood.

-I love when people discover this about George Clooney.

Jennifer Aniston hosted her annual Friendsgiving dinner on Wednesday night and posted a photo of the enchiladas she made just for Jimmy Kimmel — though she didn’t appear to be too happy about it. Kimmel commented “Muchas gracias. This is a tremendous victory for me and for every American who believes turkey belongs on Thursdays. #noturkeyforFriendsgiving”

-Look Vanessa Hudgens, you’ve got a good thing going. Right now, everyone is feeling warm and fuzzy thoughts about your ability to charm them perennially in various holiday-themed cheesy Netflix movies. So why did this seem like a good time to express your desire to work with Woody Allen?!?

Yvette Nicole Brown took Isiah Washington to school today on Twitter. You love to see it.

-Six billionaires fake their own deaths and become vigilantes in the 6 Underground trailer, starring Ryan Reynolds, Ben Hardy and Mélanie Laurent.