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Milo Ventimiglia Strikes a Pose for GQ

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Milo Ventimiglia is looking fine in the new issue of GQ. Just fine.

Johnny Depp apologized for joking about assassinating Trump. So I’m guessing he will now lose jobs because of this like Kathy Griffin did. What’s that? None of that is happening? Huh.

-In news that will shock no one, Will Ferrell revealed that Mariah Carey isn’t the easiest person to work with. This is a hilariously diplomatic conversation. “She was on our set and, yeah…things happened. And didn’t happen.”

Jennifer Lawrence, Jon Hamm and more stars urge support for Planned Parenthood.

Jamie Foxx was on the Graham Norton Show, where he told a hilariously awkward story about running into his daughter’s friends at a club.

Kim Kardashian launched her new KKW Beauty line today—and sold out every single contour kit in under 20 minutes. That’s $14 million worth of goods. Say what you will about her, but girl’s got some business sense.

Jessica Williams shuts down a Tinder date in the trailer for the new Netflix comedy Jessica James.

-I kinda love that Kirsten Dunst calls Jesse PlemonsLandry.” She is us.

Shonda Rhimesresponse to Bill Cosby makes me love her. More.

-The LA Times gives us an inside peek at Gwyneth Paltrow‘s first wellness summit.

-It’s been a rough week. Let’s all chill and watch Aubrey Plaza get high with nuns.

-I’m really that Kumail Nanjiani’s The Big Sick isn’t opening here until next weekend. Curses!

-Black Panther’s Chadwick Boseman plays the first African-American Supreme Court justice in the Marshall trailer.

Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola Talk Sexism in Hollywood


-Look, I’m always here for females in Hollywood calling out the industry’s sexiest BS. But this cover story with Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola is a little…odd. Like, when Dunst complains that she got “paid a lot of money for the Spider-Man movies but definitely the men were getting paid more”? Um, did she expect Tobey Maguire-level pay on that one?

-There’s a Justice League rumor that extensive reshoots have completely “remade” the movie, which doesn’t bode well.

-This is why British awards shows are so much better than ours. Look at the loser’s face at the 0:47 mark. Priceless!

Blake Lively is going to play a single-mom-turned-cage-fighter in a new movie directed by the guy who did The Notebook. I don’t understand how a lot of those words work in the same sentence.

Dave Chappelle is now trying to take back what he said on SNL about how we should all give Donald Trump. “I f—ed up. Sorry.”

Mo’Nique claims she was “whiteballed” by Lee Daniels, Tyler Perry, and Oprah. Is that a thing?

-A spinoff of The Young Pope is coming to HBO? Why? Has anyone even mentioned that show after it premiered?

-Fox’s trailer of Ghosted with Adam Scott and Craig Robinson made me laugh.

-Here are the new ABC fall trailers. The Gospel of Kevin looks cute, but that might be my Jason Ritter blinders talking. It’s also great to see Jenna Fischer back on the small screen.

-ABC also confirmed that Katy Perry will be a judge on their revival of American Idol, and that Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Sara Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf and Sarah Chalke are all coming back for the Roseanne reboot (despite a very tepid reaction from the upfronts crowd). They also announced that Marvel’s Inhumans will air on Friday nights with Agents of Shield which doesn’t sound good — although to be fair, the Friday “death slot” isn’t really a thing anymore. ABC’s Tuesdays-at-10 time period seems more of a death sentence.

-Speaking of TV, here’s a look at the current season in 5 really depressing charts. EVERY network show has dropped in the ratings except for The Bachelor, of all things.

Jimmy Kimmel is going to host the Oscars again next year. Sigh.

Supergirl’s next episode is call “Nevertheless, She Persisted”? Now I want to catch up on that show…

Emma Stone and Steve Carell square off in the first trailer for the Billie Jean King movie Battle Of The Sexes.

Riz Ahmed, Viola Davis, Donald Glover and Ryan Reynolds Are Time’s Most Influential


-The Night Of’s Riz Ahmed made Time’s 100 Most Influential People List, and was written about by Lin-Manuel Miranda(!). Other notables: Meryl Streep wrote about Viola Davis, Leslie Jones wrote about Simone Biles, Brie Larson wrote about Emma Stone, Tina Fey wrote about Donald Glover, Helen Mirren wrote about Ryan Reynolds, Lena Dunham wrote about Constance Wu, and Kerry Washington wrote about Alicia Keys.

Ben Affleck is dating someone…just not seriously (according to many, many articles.)

-Also, he and Jennifer Garner reportedly waited so long to file for divorce because they hoped that rehab would help their relationship.

Saoirse Ronan tricked Ed Sheeran into getting a really terrible tattoo. I adore her.

Chris O’Donnell remembers that time when Donald Trump forced his way into Scent of a Woman, then got cut from the film anyway.

-Would you attend Gwyenth Paltrow’GOOP conference? I think I would…but I’d really need to build up my eye rolling muscles first.

-Aww, I’m bummed that Girlboss on Netflix isn’t getting great reviews.

-I had some issues with 13 Reasons Why, but it’s unflinching depiction of rape and suicide was impressive and felt essential. The writer penned an emotional essay defending his decision to air the series’ most graphic scene.

Dave Chappelle and George Lopez where among the stars to attend Charlie Murphy’s funeral.

-Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Rachel Bloom dropped a video for her new song “Lady Boss,” an empowering anthem about work anxiety.

-Are Ryan Gosling and Justin Theroux planning to work together? Not sure if my ovaries can handle that..

-Chasing Amy (a movie I loved at the time but now understand how problematic it was) just turned 20, and the quotes from Kevin Smith in this retrospective knocked me on my ass. The part where he talks about identifying with lesbians more than men because he’s attracted to women? Jesus.

-Here’s a good backgrounder on the writers strike, which is looking more and more likely.

Reese Witherspoon explains why Big Little Lies means she’ll finally get to change her own story.

-Here’s a new trailer for Sofia Coppola’s Civil War–era drama The Beguiled, starring Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and a super seductive Colin Farrell.