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Angelina Jolie Makes TIFF a Family Affair

Angelina Jolie took her kids to her TIFF premiere and no one knew how to handle it.

-My favourite TIFF photo booth is the one that gets celebs to pose with puppies who are available to adopt.

-One of my fave TIFF films so far is Call Me By Your Name, a gay romance that Armie Hammer says he almost turned down.

-I’ve been so busy with TIFF that I missed the first cover of GOOP magazine — which of course features a mud-covered Gwyneth Paltrow.

Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus are still a thing. They were seen kissing and taking selfies at the U.S. Open.

Patty Jenkins is finally and officially set to return as director for the Wonder Woman sequel.

-Every TV critic I follow agrees that this is the worst fall TV season in recent memory. Here are some that might not suck.

-It’s not all bleak. This Season 2 clip for The Good Place looks forking great.

-DC’s Titans casts its Hawk and Dove. Holy shit, is Minka Kelly not even getting lead roles these days?

-Oh god, are we going to have to go through a whole new press tour with Jared Leto talking about his method acting on Blade Runner: 2049?

Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy celebrated 20 years of marriage last week. Here’s a reminder why they’re the best couple in Hollywood.

-I’ve worked my way up to 30 pushups, and that took me YEARS. Then I watch a tiny actress do 500 pushups and 500 situps in 29 minutes and I just want to quit.

-Here’s the new trailer for season 9 of Curb Your Enthusiasm. I dunno.  I realized this week while watching Ben Stiller’s new TIFF movie that I’ve really reached my limit of watching middle class white guys whine about their perfect lives.

John Mayer and Nicki Minaj flirting on Twitter has everyone rooting for them in a way I don’t understand. Don’t we remember his history?

-Oh god, there’s already a new Fifty Shades movie coming? Ugh.

Twitter Tears Ivanka’s Us Weekly Cover Apart

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-The terrible new Us Weekly cover featuring Ivanka Trump is getting slammed all over the internet (deservedly so).

Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, Robin Wright and Chris Pine surprised a theater filled with Wonder Woman viewers.

Jerry Seinfeld is defending his super awkward Kesha snub: “I don’t hug a total stranger”.

-We might not be getting very many more episodes of Game of Thrones in the last two seasons (and they are going to be way spaced apart), the episodes we do get are going to be supersized, with the season 7 finale clocking it at 81 minutes.

-You know that weird Jay Z commercial that confused everyone? Turns out Tidal’s mysterious 4:44 is a surprise film starring Mahershala Ali, Lupita Nyong’o, and Danny Glover.

-Ohhh…a new interview with the cast of You’re the Worst! I forgot that was coming back soon.

-THR’s comedy roundtable includes Judd Apatow, David Mandel, Kenya Barris, Gloria Calderon Kellett, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Scott Silveri. Waller-Bridge talks about ruining her Downton Abbey audition by being inadvertently funny. “I went in thinking, ‘I’m going to give my best, sincere, heartbreaking performance.’ It was a really beautiful scene in a church; there’s a little clue … when I finished, they were like, ‘We had no idea she was so f—ing hilarious!'”

-Critics hate The Mummy and it could very well bomb here, but when you factor in the global box office it might turn out to be the biggest hit of Tom Cruise’s career.

-Fox cancelled 24: Legacy but the network is already talking with the producers of the franchise for a new take.

-The reviews for the latest season of Orange Is the New Black seem tepid at best.

Jennifer Hudson‘s rap battle with James Corden ended in an epic Dreamgirls-inspired finale.

Zoe Saldana and Julianne Moore raise HIV awareness in a powerful new Sia video.

-Fred Armisen, Adam Pally, and Zoe Lister-Jones have a band? Huh.

-What exactly is Brad Pitt doing?!

-The trailers for Rough Night don’t do anything for me (I’m laughed way more at the trailer for Girl Trip), but I still want to support it because it’s the first R-rated studio comedy directed by a woman in 20 years.

-This is a great NYT profile on Aziz Ansari.

Nicole Kidman was EVERYWHERE this week and she served up some looks.

Bruce Willis talks the importance of underwear in a clip from action-comedy Once Upon a Time in Venice.

-Watch Sam Claflin’s flirting game get outmatched by Rachel Weisz in a clip from My Cousin Rachel.

-Here’s the first trailer for Pixar’s Coco, set to hit theaters Nov. 22.

Naomi Watts plays a therapist who crosses all kinds of boundaries in the trailer for Netflix’s sexy new psychological thriller Gypsy.