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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Holiday Card

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released their very first picture (taken earlier this year at their Santa Barbara home by photographer Alexi Lubomirski) of daughter Lilibet Diana in their family holiday card. Look at Archie’s red hair!

Another woman has come forward with allegations against Chris Noth, becoming the fifth woman this month to accuse the actor of sexual assault. Meanwhile, news reports regarding Noth’s relationship in the 90s with supermodel Beverly Johnson have resurfaced, including a restraining order she filed against him in 1995, after claiming he made repeated calls threatening to “kill” her and her dog.

-Both Pete Davidson and Kanye West have reportedly been invited to the Kardashian‘s Christmas Eve bash. This should end well.

Beyonce‘s mother announced that she’s launching her own Facebook talk show, Talks with Mama Tina.

Dua Lipa and Anwar Hadid have reportedly split after two years of dating.

-Season three of Atlanta is set to drop in March.

Michael Keaton will reprise his role as Batman in the upcoming HBO Max Batgirl film starring Leslie Grace.

-The next John Wick movie is being pushed back by an entire year.

-I’m really hoping Hawkeye has ushered in a new era where the Disney+ shows introduce characters from the Netflix Marvel shows. I’d love to see Jessica Jones or the Punisher pop up.

-I ended up enjoying Hawkeye a lot more than Falcon & the Winter Solider — and maybe even Loki? — but once again they tried to squeeze in 5 episodes worth of plot into the finale. I don’t know why Disney+ shows can’t figure out pacing.

Britney Spears says she has “a new song in the works.”

Tiffany Haddish talked about her split from Common, saying “He might be the type of person that never really settles with somebody. Maybe he’s like, you know, like a bee going from flower to flower to flower. I don’t know. I wish him nothing but joy and happiness, you know. He will always be cool.”

-Sundance is requiring attendees to have boosters.

Paul Feig wants to know why his 2016 Ghostbusters film was not included in a new box set celebrating the Sony franchise.

-Marvel dropped the first teaser for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which teases a darker version of the Doctor.

Vanessa Hudgens Talks Mourning and Mental Health


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-Promoting tick, tick…BOOM!, Vanessa Hudgens appears in Glamour UK’s digital issue and talks about learning of her dad’s death shortly before doing Grease Live. “There was never a moment where I thought that I wouldn’t do it because my dad would want me to do it. He gave so much time and energy into me achieving my dreams and for me to have a career where I can do what I love. So I felt like I needed to do it, because that’s what he would’ve wanted [me] to do.”

Jack Harlow covers Variety’s Hitmaker issue and talks about trying to keep the music from getting lost in all the trappings of fame. “Once you become actually famous, it’s only half about the music. They’re just showing up to see you in the flesh, put you on their Snap, throw some panties at you, whether they know a single lyric or not.”

Alec Baldwin‘s interview airs tonight, and he’s going on record to say that his finger was never on the trigger. A lawyer for the assistant director who allegedly handed him the gun is backing him up.

Seth Rogen told a hilarious story about how and he and his wife got “stoned as hell” before going to Adele’s concert special, not realizing it would be televised. “I got an invitation – “Do you want to go to a small Adele concert?” is what I remember absorbing…And then me and my wife are like ‘Ok, maybe we can just slink into the background. We’re not equipped mentally to deal with doing this right now’…We’re in front row centre. I don’t know Adele. And if Adele, you’re watching this: Why did you do that? The whole time I’m watching this like, ‘There’s so many more famous people than me here who should be sitting where I’m sitting…Like, I was in front of Drake!'”

-Love this profile of Scott Speedman, in which he talks about suddenly being on two hit shows (Grey’s and You) and his new baby. Bring on the Speedmanaissance!

-As expected, Rihanna is not pregnant and not happy with the persistent rumours. “Y’all breed me every year dammit lol”

-An appeal court has upheld Meghan Markle’s victory against the Daily Mail.

Prince William and Britney Spears apparently exchanged flirty emails back in the day. He also reportedly email flirted with Lauren Bush (George W’s daughter).

-This is awful: Beasts Of The Southern Wild star Jonshel Alexander has died at 22.

Demi Lovato has given up that “California sober” silliness.

Matthew McConaughey says he mixes his own cologne to create a signature scent. But does anyone believe this man smells good? I just can’t see it.

-It sounds like the TIFF audience was lukewarm at last night’s screening of Del Toro‘s Nightmare Alley, which worries me because I’ve seen them give standing O’s to absolute garbage.

-Did Danny DeVito basically write Batman fanfiction? I’m into it.

Kristin Chenoweth says she and pal Ariana Grande have gone on double dates together. “With other partners, yeah, we had some dates,. We just go, and we like bowling, we like truffle pizza from Craig’s here in L.A.”

-Wait, Gossip Girl is back?? I know things get lost in the shuffle these days, but this show has less than zero buzz.

-Congrats to Aaron Paul and his wife, who are expecting another baby.

Shawn Mendes released an emotional song titled “It’ll Be Okay” two weeks after announcing his and Camila Cabello‘s split.

-Prime released a trailer for Reacher, starring Alan Ritchson. He’s very…commanding.

Meghan Markle Chats with “Auntie Ellen”

Meghan Markle went all in on her Ellen appearance. She was the episode’s only guest and spent the hour pranking people by doing squats and drinking from a baby bottle, talking about her kids’ Halloween costumes (“Archie was a dinosaur for like 5 minutes” and Lilibet “was a little skunk like Flower from Bambi”) and using the platform to advocate for paid family leave (“As a mom of two I will do everything that I can to make sure we can implement that for people”).

Tom Holland’s GQ profile makes me kind of sad. He just sounds so tired.

Pete Davidson spent his birthday with Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner and they all wore matching outfits so that’s happening.

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello have split. They both posted the same statement on IG stories: “We’ve decided to end our romantic relationship but our love for one another as humans is stronger than ever.” So I guess that blind about her on a plane talking about a breakup was legit.

-Rapper Young Dolph was shot and killed at a popular local cookie shop in Memphis, according to police.

-This is a great piece on Taylor Swift and why her most powerful weapon will always be how she plays with our knowledge of her past and her life as a text.

-She released the sad girl autumn version of “All Two Well” that she recorded at the Long Pond Studios. She’s smart to release all her singles before Adele drops her album tomorrow and dominates the charts.

-Here’s the trailer for season two of Emily In Paris. God, season one feels like a fever dream.

-Roku released a new trailer for Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas.

-The Wheel of Time reviews are not great. THR calls it “dangerously close to a parody of the genre at its most formulaic,” the Washington Post says it “wildly miscalculates what made its predecessor [Game of Thrones] so watchable” and Variety says “The result is a show that may well please Jordan’s core fandom from the first but which makes for a frustrating watch for viewers who care less about whether “The Wheel of Time” outdoes “Game of Thrones” for spectacle than about whether the show they’re watching is coherent and well-crafted on its own terms.”

-This is a lovely profile on Jamie Dornan, who says he would love to play a superhero, is studying Robert Pattinson’s career, and wishes his dad could have seen Belfast.

-Is there a chance Letitia Wright will get recast in Black Panther after her alleged anti-v*x status keeps creating potential shooting delays?

-Ghostbusters Afterlife is a weird one. Critics are getting pressed by how many fan service-y elements refer to the original, but personally I thought that it had little to do with its roots beyond surface-level nods. The first Ghostbusters was a raunchy comedy about a bunch of dirtbags who end up saving the world; this one feels like an 80s Spielberg movie with a bunch of heartwarming kids. I liked it well enough; it just didn’t feel like a Ghostbuster movie.

Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon and Carrie Coon stars in the trailer for The Gilded Age, from the creator of Downton Abbey. It was originally picked up for NBC and is now airing on HBO, which is quite the change.

-Here’s a a teaser for Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up, which Jennifer Lawrence then explained to Vanity Fair.

Lily James and Sebastian Stan‘s epic transformations are finally unveiled in Hulu’s first Pam & Tommy trailer.

Jennifer Lopez, Owen Wilson and Maluma star in the trailer for Marry Me. This looks awful but marriage of convenience is one of my favourite tropes, followed closely by a normie falling for a celeb, so *shrug*.