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Gwyneth Paltrow’s Daughter Apple Steps Into the Spotlight

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-Whoa. Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin‘s daughter Apple is a stunner. I wonder if this post was her unofficial public debut? GP has always been very resistant to post her kids’ faces.

-Meanwhile, Dakota Johnson refuses to discuss her relationship with Chris Martin in a new interview but adds “but I’m very happy.”

-That collective gasp you just heard came from royal watchers when Meghan Markle dared to close her own car door.

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj‘s drama is far from over. The latest development? A trending hashtag called #NickiStoppedMyBag.

-Also, Taraji P. Henson does a solid Cardi B impression.

-This interview with TV writer Alan Yang is great — but the best part is when he talks about how insane Secret Santa got on the Parks and Recreation set.

-Speaking of Parks and Rec alums, Rashida Jones has reportedly welcomed a baby boy with Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig. I didn’t even know they were dating, let alone expecting.

-Today is all about undercover pregnancies! Rachel Weisz gave birth to her and Daniel Craig‘s first child.

Mindy Kaling is teasing her diverse remake of Four Weddings and a Funeral, which she just started casting: “Everyone is smoking hot, and the stories are juicy.”

Rihanna can’t catch a break. Her mansion has been broken into for the second time this year.

-You know what’s nuts about this photo of JLo’s muscles? She’s keeping her hand soft, which means she’s not even hard flexing! I’m so jealous!

-Comedian Ted Alexandro went to Louis C.K.’s old stomping grounds and tore him up.

-I really liked this appreciation of Keira Knightley‘s period pieces: “In all of Keira Knightley’s historical films, she is at the center. She is not relegated to the role of love interest; men are.”

-I love that Leighton Meester‘s comedy skills are highlighted in every review I’ve read for Single Parents (aka the only new sitcom I have any interest in checking out).

-What the heck is Blake Lively wearing here? (Oops, I forgot that we’re not supposed to ask her about that. Just pretend you didn’t see it!)

-Interesting to see critics pushing back at Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s. I haven’t seen it but it was met with rapt applause by male critics at TIFFs — but female critics seemed less impressed.

Steve Carell suddenly looks like a thirst trap and everyone’s confused.

-Survivor is now open to contestants from Canada, in case any of you are interested and/or crazy.

-The only things I know about these characters are from silly CW superhero shows, but I’m very here for Jurnee Smollett-Bell to play Black Canary and and Mary Elizabeth Winstead to play The Huntress in the Birds of Prey movie.

-The Tea with the Dames trailer is hella cute.

-Oh wow, the trailer for Creed 2 looks so, so good!

 

Chrissy Teigen Talks Instagram, Parenting and Sex

Chrissy Teigen Womens Health cover

Chrissy Teigen is on the cover of the new Women’s Health magazine, in which she opens up about her marriage to John Legend (“It doesn’t matter who you are—even if you’re a sexy R&B crooner or an ex–swimsuit model, you’re just tired! We still have that passion for each other, but are we doing it randomly in a dressing room? No!”), working out (“Sometimes I think I’m the weakest person, but I can plank for 20 minutes”), and her her struggles with postpartum (“After Luna, I was drinking too much. I wasn’t eating as much because I was full from drinking. I wasn’t being good to my body”).

-This is tragic: rapper (and Ariana Grande‘s ex) Mac Miller has died at 26, according to TMZ.

-People and EW’s puppy photo booth is one of my fave things about TIFF. Here’s Chris Pine cuddling a puppy.

Pine‘s movie opened the festival last night, and all anyone can talk about is how you can see his dick. (It will soon be streaming on Netflix, so get that pause button ready!) He’s since spoke about the attention, saying “There’s so much beheading in this [movie], and yet people want to talk about my penis. It says something about our society where people can get disemboweled, but it’s the man’s junk that is of interest.”

-Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, which drops today on Netflix, is getting great reviews, with Time calling it a “smart, sweet rom com”, Indiewire saying it’s “totally delightful”, and EW making a case for it being the finale to a Netflix rom-com trilogy begun by Set It Up and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. This is a problem. I’m up to my eyeballs in TIFF stuff every night and won’t be home long enough for anything more than a few hours of sleep for the next 8 days. How am I suppose to squeeze this in? Or worse, pretend it’s not waiting for me on Netflix for more than a week?!

-Meanwhile, this is a good comparison of Noah Centineo’s characters in To All the Boys and Sierra Burgess.

Meghan Markle wore a tragically ill-fitting dress and now everyone is speculating about whether or not she’s pregnant. (Personally, I think she just needs better tailoring. This is not a new problem when it comes to her wardrobe.)

Cate Blanchett told a hilarious story about getting invited to a royal lunch, only to have to explain to Prince Philip how to set up his DVD player.

-Nine + nine! NBC is expanding its commitment to Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The network announced Friday that it has added five more episodes to its initial order of 13, bringing the total for season six of the Fox-turned-NBC comedy to 18.

Geoffrey Owens has accepted Tyler Perry’s TV offer after the Trader Joe’s job-shaming. Perry was one of a number of Hollywood heavyweights to reach out to the former Cosby Show regular with a TV offer.

Laura Dern and Steven Spielberg we reportedly some of the most vocal Oscar voters who were adamant about the Academy rolling back the “popular” category. Bless them.

-Elle Editor-in-Chief Nina Garcia is defending running Emma Stone‘s widely criticized interview with Jennifer Lawrence.

-I’m really bummed that Peppermint is getting bad reviews (and might be kinda racist). I really wanted Jennifer Garner to have a win here.

Post Malone is having a bad month. Just two weeks after his plane made an emergency landing, he totaled his car in a late-night crash.

-The case against Dylan McDermott will not go forward. He was accused of assaulting a woman in 1991, but prosecutors have declined the case, saying it’s beyond the statute of limitations.

Vince Vaughn has been charged with DUI and failing to comply with the police stemming from his arrest in June.

-A new report reveals The Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan died of an accidental drowning in her bathtub due to intoxication.

-In Yashar Ali’s new report, multiple sources claim that after the 2004 Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction, Les Moonves was intent on destroying Janet Jackson‘s career to the point where he was talking about it years later and sharing how he was exacting his revenge.

Nas addressed Kelis‘ domestic abuse allegations in 7 lengthy Instagram posts.

Matthew McConaughey is a stoner who parties with Zac Efron in the red-band Beach Bum trailer.

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga Sizzle in A Star Is Born Clip

-Gah, this clip from A Star Is Born has me instantly intrigued. Is this the sexiest nose stroke on film? Also, Bradley Cooper says he worked with a vocal coach for hours a day for months to lower his natural speaking voice a few octaves, and it is WORKING FOR HIM.

-This Noah Centineo profile is wonderful. His new romcom “Sierra Burgess is a Loser” drops on Netflix tomorrow, so I’m guessing the summer of Peter Kavinsky is nowhere near coming to an end. I’m totally ok with that.

Meghan Markle somehow managed to sneak away to Toronto for a three-day visit with Jessica Mulroney last week, keeping it low-key on a commercial Air Canada flight.

Alexander Skarsgard is playing coy with rumours that he’s dating Charlize Theron.

-CBS is reportedly offering Les Moonves $100 million to go away following those sexual misconduct allegations instead of just firing him.

-Two weeks ago, Twentieth Century Fox quietly pulled a scene from The Predator featuring a registered sex offender, who was cast by his longtime friend, director Shane Black, who has put the actor in three of his films.  Black released a statement where he condemns his friend and apologized: “I apologize to all of those, past and present, I’ve let down by having Steve around them without giving them a voice in the decision”

Sophia Bush just landed a new CBS show. I am rooting for her so hard!

-Celebrities are taking to Twitter to mourn the death of Burt Reynolds.

-I love these Vanity Fair video in which celebrities explain the slang from their hometown, but Jennifer Garner‘s West Virginia slang just sounds like regular English with a twang.

Jeff Goldblum acknowledged the Frostmaster ship in a speech and the internet melted.

-Actor and filmmaker Mike White is going to be on the new season of Survivor, which kinda makes me wanna tune in.

-The Academy is postponing that “popular” Oscars category, saying it won’t be in next year’s awards because “it merits further study.” Let’s hope this idea just dies a quiet death.

Whitney Cummings got engaged and the video she posted on Instagram about it is very cute.

Drake just bailed on his scheduled TIFF appearance.

-Twin Peaks creator David Lynch is getting props for paying his actors fairly.

Sarah Silverman chatted about her dating life with ex-boyfriend Jimmy Kimmel and joked “It’s not fair! [Your wife] gets new woke Jimmy – I had Man Show Jimmy!”

-The wildest TV season continues! Netflix has saved Designated Survivor, picking it up for a 10-episode third season. Nothing ever dies anymore.

-I had to pick the 10 buzziest new TV shows this fall and lemme tell ya, there isn’t a lot of buzz going around. But I am really looking forward to Jennifer Garner returning to TV in Camping.