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Gillian Anderson Debuts New Look, New Line

Gillian Anderson for Winser London

Gillian Anderson teamed up with Winser London for a new collection  and this look is a MOOD. Talk about BDE.

Ruth Wilson continues to be cryptic about her exit from The Affair, but promises there’s “a much bigger story” behind it. “It isn’t about pay parity, and it wasn’t about other jobs…But I’m not really allowed to talk about it.” I’m so curious!!

-In other news, she’s reportedly returning to the new season of Luther? YES!! I don’t even know how that’s possible storywise, and I don’t care.

-Wow, critics are LOVING First Man starring Ryan Gosling, which just opened in Venice.

-Venice is always known for grand entrances, but Lady Gaga’s takes the cake.

-I was really hoping Prince Harry would continue the song at a performance of Hamilton last night, but he only attempted the opening line.

Michael B Jordan challenged Will Smith to a cook off — and Gordon Ramsey offered to judge.

Emmy Rossum has hinted that she’s leaving Shameless in an emotional Facebook post to her fans. “I know you will continue on without me, for now. There is much more Gallagher story to be told. I will always be rooting for my family. Try not to think of me as gone, just think of me as moving down the block.” I know Showtime is known for beating dead horses, but the show should really end now.

-I’m soo curious why HBO made Tom & Lorenzo take down their series on Sharp Objects’s fashion because of “how much they were giving away.” The show is over. It’s based on a book. If people wanted to be spoiled, there are better ways than an article on its wardrobe.

-If Drake and Kanye West are going to continue this feud, they’re going to have to do more than talk in emojis for me to care.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is teasing Jaime’s relationship with Brienne in the upcoming season of Game of Thrones and this is really all I want to watch now.

-I’m glad I’m not the only one who was confused by TATBILB’s magical nightgown. (How did it not billow up in the hot tub?)

-Meanwhile, it’s weird af that people are shipping Lana Condor and Noah Centineo IRL. I mean, I get it because they have crazy chemistry, but it’s still weird. I’m glad the actors don’t seem too freaked out by it.

-Oh man, Mo Ryan gets INTO IT in her Hollywood Reporter column on Louis C.K.‘s set: “He controlled, in a monstrous way, the manner of his professional return — and then he used the word ‘rape’ in his set. For laughs. For a ‘joke’ about how rape whistles are ‘unclean.’ What the fuck? What the FUCK? He’s not done narcissistically inflicting pain on unsuspecting people. This past week proves that beyond a doubt…He didn’t take even one step down the road to a new chapter. Instead, he twisted the knife. He told a joke about rape whistles. He actually invoked sexual violence in that set.”

Roxanne Gay also wrote an excellent piece on it for the New York Times:  “We spend so little energy thinking about justice for victims and so much energy thinking about the men who perpetrate sexual harassment and violence. We worry about what will become of them in the wake of their mistakes. We don’t worry as much about those who have suffered at their hands.”

-In the first trailer for Jason Reitman’s The Front Runner, Hugh Jackman plays Gary Hart, a politician whose White House potential was derailed by an affair.

-I’m intrigued for the trailer for I Think We’re Alone Now, Reed Morano’s film starring Peter Dinklage and Elle Fanning.

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Rumoured to Be Honeymooning in Canada

-Gotta say, I really didn’t expect Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s honeymoon destination to be Alberta. (The Jasper Park resort says it’s not happening, though. I’m guessing they cancelled the second it got leaked.)

-Also, Emilia Wickstead has hit back after reports suggested she criticized Meghan’s dress for being “identical” to hers.

-Oh god, the first thing I thought of when I saw Bryce Dallas Howard’s outfit was that Meghan Markle has launched a chalky pantyhose trend. Say it ain’t so!

-So Drake’s new song kinda sucks, huh?

Jacob Tremblay is on a mission to hunt down Ryan Reynolds. I’ve never related to a kid more…

Jennifer Lopez wears more than $4.5 million worth of Tiffany & Co. diamonds in the “Dinero” music video. So, you know, typical Monday.

-She also opened up about the #MeToo movement: “I’m all about women speaking up and demanding what they want. I feel like that’s where the world is at right now…It’s like we don’t have to mince words anymore. We found our voice, we’re being strong, we’re standing up for ourselves.”

Harvey Weinstein is rumoured to be pitching a documentary “that he can control” about the allegations against him. That’s swell.

-In Vulture, Rebecca Corry reflects on how the decision to speak out against Louis C.K. has affected her life: “For 12 years, I actively tried to not be part of the C.K. masturbation narrative. But no matter how hard I tried, it kept finding me.”

-Hot Neville got married! He looked predictably hot.

Dax Shepard posted a video of Kristen Bell sobbing after the red wedding episode of Game of Thrones.

-Oh, how I would love to know what Andy Cohen and Armie Hammer are talking about in this photo.

-Solo: A Star Wars Story landed the lowest opening for a Disney Star Wars film, bowing with $103 million over four days.

-I don’t even care if this is an ad; I’m still charmed by everything Chris Hemsworth does on Twitter.

-I was getting a pedicure this weekend and scrolling through my Twitter feed, and ended up falling into a deep fan convention photo opp rabbit hole. This pose is my favourite, followed closely by this one.

Zack Snyder‘s rumoured next project will be an adaptation of Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead. Gosh, that’s so many things I don’t like combined in one project…

Nicki Minaj may have just been joking about dating Eminem, but she still has lots of relationship advice to dole out.

-The Christopher Robbin trailer is actually pretty damn adorable.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Engagement Photos

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s engagement photos are pretty darn adorable. I especially like the above candid (though I’m sad that she broke her streak of wearing Canadian designers by opting for Ralph & Russo instead).

-Meanwhile, this is the grossest headline of the week: “Find out how Jerry O’Connell is grooming his daughters to be like Meghan Markle!”

Angelina Jolie says she’s homeschooling her kids “partially because they are from around the world and it’s very…I didn’t want them to have the same education I had when it came to Vietnam or Cambodia.”

Ansel Elgort says he kept the car from Baby Driver.

-Eva Longoria is having a baby — and doesn’t want to brush her teeth. I don’t think the two are connected.

This podcast offers a really good look at the ramifications of the Disney-Fox deal, especially for streaming.

-Gina Rodriguez gets the 73 question treatment from Vogue.

-I hate when verified celebrities use their Twitter feeds to try to get better customer service. But it’s especially funny that Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland‘s rant against CVS revealed that she doesn’t know the difference between a website and Google Maps.

DJ Khaled had quite an ordeal trying to jet-ski to a party where Drake and Diddy were at.

-Here’s a look at the shows I was most sad about saying goodbye to in 2017.

-One of the best things to come out of The Last Jedi is that it made the lovely Kelly Marie Tran a star. Every interview I see of hers makes me like her more and more, like this one in which she says she spent the shoot learning about all the different departments and even feathered a porg. Or this one in which she discusses struggling as an Asian-American actor in Hollywood: “I had resigned myself to thinking that one day I would be just the weird side character who always talks about being Asian and brings kimchi to the party.”

-Speaking of celebrities that impress me more and more with every interview, Jessica Chastain tells Time: “I have a problem with filmmakers who use violence against women, and especially rape, to make a woman stronger — where the woman needs to be victimized in order to become a butterfly. I find that pattern in cinema really disturbing.”

Dave Chappelle has a NSFW message for Trump voters in his new Netflix special. Oh, so are we all just forgetting about his post-election SNL monologue when he told us to give Trump a chance, then?

-The review embargo has lifted on Bright, Netflix’s new movie starring Will Smith, and the reviews are really, really bad. IndieWire calls it “so bad that Republicans will probably try to pass it into law over Christmas break.” Vulture calls it “an amusing genre-bend, but a mess in just about every other way.”  Vanity Fairs says “director David Ayer’s latest is just as loud and dumb as Suicide Squad.” L.A. Times says “This film is a chore.” The Hollywood Reporter calls it a “genre mashup awkward enough to make ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ look like a stroke of genius.”

-At least the director has a good sense of humor about it all.

Chloë Grace Moretz has been granted a permanent restraining order against her alleged stalker.

Venus Williams will not face any charges related to the June 2017 car accident that killed a 78-year-old man.

-A fifth woman has come forward with a claim against Danny Masterson: “I stayed quiet long enough.”

Mark Schwahn has finally been fired from E!’s The Royals amid those sexual misconduct allegations, which first surfaced more than a month ago.

-Oh crap. Toronto Police have confirmed an open Sex Crimes investigation into Crystal Castles’ Ethan Kath. His former bandmate Alice Glass accused him of a pattern of sexual-assault and harassment in late October, and another accuser claims he preyed on her when she was 16.

-A former Marco Polo producer just hit Harvey Weinstein and TWC with a $10 million sexual harassment suit.

-The #MeToo dress code is throwing Hollywood red carpet prep into a tizzy. “Every request we’ve received thus far has been for black…it’s been quite a shuffle for fashion agencies.”

Oprah singing “It’s a FRAUD!!!” made me laugh.

-Will Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga‘s A Star Is Born be an awards contender? After execs saw a cut of the movie, they moved Cooper’s directorial feature debut from May 18 to Oct. 5, setting it up for award season consideration.

-Mamma Mia, here we go again! Watch the first trailer for Mamma Mia 2.