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Justin Timberlake Talks Britney Spears in Vanity Fair Italia


-I don’t get what’s happening with Justin Timberlake‘s face on the Vanity Fair Italia cover. Is it squished or something? Of course, he ended up rehashing the Britney Spears drama in the interview. He just can’t help himself, can he?

-In better cover images, I’m loving Kristen Stewart’s look on T.

-Us Weekly says Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have canceled their Bora Bora honeymoon. Wait, did we even know they set a date?!

Jared Leto acted like a crazy person on the set of Suicide Squad, reportedly whined about feeling “tricked” into being part of that film, criticized the movie without actually having seen it,  and yet has STILL managed to land a role in Blade Runner 2. On the plus side, Harrison Ford will squash him like a bug if he tries any of his method BS.

-I’m sure the words that accompany this Mike Colter interview are great. I just can’t seem to tear my eyes away from the photos long enough to read them.

-Shocking report: Amy Schumer‘s new book is under assault from a brigade of trolls.

-Meanwhile, Schumer freaked everyone out earlier today by tweeting “we aren’t making the show anymore” before clarifying that’s it’s not canceled, she’s just too busy touring right now to figure out when the next season will start filming.

-Also, here’s a great read about how disappointing the Schumer/Kurt Metzger situation has been and what it says about feminism and compromise.

Stephen Colbert and Samantha Bee both sent Larry Wilmore lots of booze to ease the pain of cancellation.

Kanye West will open up 21 Pablo pop up shops this weekend, including one in Toronto. Please don’t let me by a $700 tshirt.

-The latest  You’re the Worst promo features Samira Wiley as Gretchen‘s therapist. HERE. FOR. IT.

-I probably shouldn’t waste one of my TIFF tickets on the Black Mirror premiere no matter how cool the first images from the show look, right?

David O. Russell reportedly wants $1 million per episode to act like a jerk on the set of his new TV series.

-Frankly, I’m surprised it took this long for the dubious pregnancy rumours to surround Amal Clooney.

-The US Justice Department says it will end its use of private prisons. Orange Is The New Black, FTW! Who says TV can’t change the world?

-Comedy Bang Bang is ending its TV show. Frankly, it was so wonderfully weird I’m surprised it made it five whole seasons.

-I’m not sure how I feel about Jason Katims‘ insistence on a Parenthood revival. Great show but that finale was perfect; why mess with it?

-The screenwriter of 2016’s Ben-Hur says the movie doesn’t have gay subtext because he was only allow to adapt the book, not the 1959 movie. Can the original movie trademark subtext, though?

-You know Joanne the Scammer has hit bigtime when Chelsea Peretti is making cameos.

Tom Arnold penned a passionate essay arguing for gun control after losing his nephew to suicide.

-Speaking of good reads, Buzzfeed has a look at the Nate Parker situations and how it exposes the limits of damage control.

-I kind of love that even U.S. publications are writing about The Hip’s final show.

-Celebrities are having a field day on Twitter about the Ryan Lochte story.

Renée Zellweger and Greg Kinnear befriend a homeless man in the Same Kind of Different as Me trailer. This thing looks so sweet I think I just got a cavity.

Anne Hathaway Shows Off Belly Bump


Anne Hathaway noticed the paparazzi taking photos of her at the beach so she beat them to the punch by quickly Instagraming a pic of her giant baby bump.

-Previously engaged couple Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth were spotted together in Australia looking all cozy again.

Ryan Gosling is here to teach you how to say Saoirse Ronan’s name, while Saoirse Ronan is here to teach you that Ryan Gosling is a “blonde, Canadian Jesus.” Fair.

-It’s a Pitch Perfect union! Skylar Astin and Anna Camp got engaged. How acca-romantic.

-Did Leonardo DiCaprio dump his girlfriend to get an Oscar? No no no, Leo. That’s not how campaigning works. You have to BE in a relationship, even if it’s fake. Has your thirst taught you nothing?

-Yeah, Michael Fassbender gets it.

-I still haven’t dragged my ass to the theatre to see The Revenant, perhaps because director Alejandro
González Iñárritu keeps saying shit like “This film deserves to be watched in a temple.”

Chris Brown continues to be a shining example of stability and reform. He’s under investigation for battery after an encounter with a female fan.

-Here’s Channing Tatum performing “Let It Go” on Lip Sync Battle, because I love you.

Jaden Smith is the star of Louis Vuitton new *womenswear* campaign. You do you, kid.

-The 14-year-old accused of causing Kylie Jenner & Tyga‘s split just held a press conference and I already hate 2016.

-I don’t watch Galavant, but the fact that they titled their season premiere “New Season aka Suck It Cancellation Bear” is a thing of beauty. (The Cancellation Bear remains unimpressed.)

-Wait wait wait. In the Gossip Girl books, both Dan AND Chuck date a guy?  Way to drop the ball, show!

Selena Gomez doesn’t want to talk about Justin Bieber in interviews. I’ve never liked her more.

George R.R. Martin just admitted that he missed his book deadline, which means Winds Of Winter won’t be out before Game Of Thrones’ season 6 premiere and we can finally (finally!) live in a world where the book readers don’t smugly hint about what’s coming up next on the show.

-Deadlifts are the bane of my existence, but watching The Force Awakens’ Daisy Ridley deadlift 176 lbs is pretty damn motivating.

Robbie Amell is returning to The Flash as the Earth 2 version of himself, who is called Deathstorm instead of Firestorm. That sounds…foreboding. Whatever. He (and his abs) got me through a holiday airport fiasco, so I’ll take him however I can get him.

-Speaking of CW superhero actors, Colton Haynes sort of came out on Tumblr. How did people not know he was gay? Maybe it’s just because I follow way too many actors on Instagram, but he just got back from the most fabulous-looking vacation with Arrow costars Katie Cassidy and Emily Bett Rickards, and a bunch of dudes.

-For such a bleak show, Mr Robot’s gag reel is delightful.

Joss Whedon gave a really thoughtful explanation when asked why he cut ties with the Marvel movies.

-Let John Oliver show you how to fake those New Year’s resolutions.

Yahoo Screen just shut down. So no more Community for realsies, then?

-Speaking of Community alums, here’s the first teaser for Judd Apatow‘s Netflix series Love starring Gillian Jacobs, which critics are raving about.

Helen Mirren on Talks Gambling and Guys

Helen Mirren for L’Oreal

-When Helen Mirren tells you how you can be just like Helen Mirren, you drop everything (which, in my case, was a half a bag of Cheetos) and LISTEN. Her advice: be on time, don’t whine, and go to the races. Oh, and don’t let a guy put his arm around you.  “It annoys me when I see men with an arm slung round their girlfriend’s shoulders. It’s like ownership. Of course, when you’re young, you want the guy to take your hand and look after you. But when I see girls being leaned on, I want to say, ‘Tell him to get his damned arm off your shoulder.'”

Ariana Grande‘s impressions of pop singers are actually surprisingly great. But why isn’t she opening her eyes?

Matt Damon apologized for those tone deaf diversity comments, but his apology was pretty weaksauce. Why did he have to same “some people”? Just “people” would have been swell. And claiming that his comments were taken out of context is pretty rich, considering it’s his show and he should theoretically have full control over what airs.

-In other celebrity backtracking news, Emilia Clarke has clarified her comments about onscreen nudity, saying she is “always in control” on Game of Thrones.

-Speaking of GoT, Kit Harington has finally changed his tune about the show. Shocker.

-So Liam Hemsworth was being kind of a dick at TIFF? It’s ok, guys. I met Liam’s Danish doppleganger earlier this week and he’s a goddamn delight. He’s already by second favourite Hemsworth.

-Has there ever been a more appropriate use of Robin Thicke than James Corden‘s “Lay It On Thicke” segment? (Spoiler alert: there hasn’t.)

-This is pretty astonishing: an actor from The League admitted he made up his story about escaping 9/11. His costars are tweeting their support.

-Someone created an all-female version of the late night hosts Vanity Fair photo and I want to get a mortgage on it so I can live in that photo forever.

-Ian Somerhalder didn’t actually profess his love for Nina Dobrev on Twitter; he was just hacked.

-NBC still has reboot fever. They’re now planning to remake Hart To Hart centered around a gay couple.

Jake Gyllenhaal sent a message to cake thief Amy Schumer on Stephen Colbert‘s show last night.  Sigh. Full flirt Jake is my favourite Jake of all.

John Mellencamp has moved on from Meg Ryan to Christie Brinkley. Moral of this story: John Mellencamp can still get it.

-I still think Fear The Walking Dead is a bullshit show, but this defense of it is pretty great.

Drake was pissed because the DJ at Serena Williams’s fashion show played the explicit version of his song instead of the clean one.

-Why ya gotta trash talk Jason StathamPaul Bettany?

Hayley Atwell and James D’Arcy just took the Dubsmash war to the next level by recruiting Stan Lee for round 2.

Jessica Biel is launching an online sex-ed series. Yup.

-Hollywood insiders picked the 100 best TV shows, proving that Hollywood insiders are kind of lame.

-You can now watch The Mindy Project in Canada (and you should. The season premiere features the line “It’s like I’m in 13 Going on 30 — but I’m still 26!”)

-Also, Mindy Kaling believes in couples on TV. I hope she’s right. It seems like every show I watch right now is putting together the main couple, and the thing that freaks me out about that is if/when they ever break up, it always seems like the writers immediately start destroying the female character (probably so we don’t resent the guy for not being with her). Though I guess Mindy doesn’t have to worry about that, since she IS the writer.

David Blaine astounds Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Jada Pinkett-Smith in his new video.

-The new Creed trailer is pretty damn great.