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Timothée Chalamet and Saoirse Ronan Reunite for Little Women

Timothée Chalamet and Saoirse Ronan EW cover

Timothée Chalamet and Saoirse Ronan are on the cover of EW’s November issue and every photo in this spread is so beautiful that I want it tattooed to the inside of my eyelids.

-There’s also a good new Vulture feature on Chalamet, in which he talks about being an Oscar-nominated leading man, a social-media phenomenon, and, most surprisingly, a fashion icon.

-I go away for a few days and Jennifer Aniston joins Instagram? Rude.

-Speaking of news I missed, the idea of Mandy Moore reliving her ’90s popstar days in a new ABC series is *chef’s kiss*

-I loved her on Jane the Virgin but seriously, how many times is Gina Rodriguez going to screw up with the Black community? (Here’s the now-deleted video.) And at what point are celebrities going to realize that saying “I’m sorry if I offended you” doesn’t actually qualify as an apology?!

-Ah crap. Nicole Cliffe (who is usually pretty reliable) is tweeting about how she’s heard lots of not great stories about Jeff Goldblum‘s interactions with women. Universe, can we not have *one* unproblematic fave?!?

-Speaking of men who do not have a good reputation, FX has fired The Mayans showrunner Kurt Sutter for being an “abrasive dick“. According to THR, multiple complaints were made about his behavior on the set of the series.

Jonah Hill passed on role in The Batman opposite Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz, so they just cast Paul Dano as The Riddler (which seems like an upgrade?).

Robert Pattinson can’t stop talking about his masturbation scene in The Lighthouse. I’ll allow it.

-This is an incredibly good interview with Ronan Farrow, in which he talks about NBC’s response to his book, how his sister Dylan serves as his conscience, and his engagement to Jon Lovett

Carrie Preston shared the wrap gift she once got from Julia Roberts and it’s kind of lovely.

Ryan Reynolds revealed that he and Blake Lively had another girl in a tweet encouraging Canadians to vote.

-As if  news of a Clueless reboot wasn’t upsetting enough, the description of it is insufferable.

-This is a great story about how a tweet got Ellen Page’s documentary into TIFF with just a month to spare.

-I’m really surprised that Taylor Swift hadn’t done a Tiny Desk Concert before now.

-When it comes to Fall TV’s broadcast debuts, Prodigal Son, Stumptown and The Unicorn are getting solid ratings, but it doesn’t look good for the other new shows, so I hope you haven’t been getting attached to Evil, Emergence, All Rise, Bluff City Law, Almost Family, Perfect Harmony or Sunnyside.

-I watched the Breaking Bad movie on a plane and cried. Like, actual tears. This deep-dive with Vince Gilligan into the making of it is worth your time.

Freddie Prinze Jr.‘s f-bomby Star Wars rant is kind of delightful (and surprisingly educational).

-Critics have seen the first six episodes of HBO’s The Watchmen — premiering Sunday from Damon Lindelof of Lost and The Leftovers — and the reviews are glowing.

-Speaking of new shows, Paul Rudd‘s Netflix series Living With Yourself is getting good but not great reviews.

-Here’s a new trailer for A Marriage Story, starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson and hitting Netflix on Dec. 6.

Meghan Markle Sues UK Tabloid For Publishing Private Letter

-House Sussex is suing the Daily Mail over their terrible coverage of Prince Harry and (especially) Megan Markle and is paying for the lawsuit themselves. If they win in court, proceeds from the lawsuit will be donated to anti-bullying charities. Perfect timing, as the couple is currently on tour. Prince Harry penned a blistering letter about the lawsuit, saying “I’ve seen what happens when someone I love is commoditised to the point that they are no longer treated or seen as a real person. I lost my mother and now I watch my wife falling victim to the same powerful forces.”

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin‘s wedding ceremony in South Carolina last night had a photo booth — which means there are tons of pics on IG.

-So Felicity Huffman got a super sympathetic People cover? Huh.

-Supermodel GiGi Hadid was NOT having it when a YouTube prankster got up on the runway at the Chanel fashion show in Paris.

-There’s a shady report about Adele dating grime musician Skepta and I’m kinda here for it?

Angelina Jolie took her large fam to her movie premiere. They’re soo grown up!

-The press tour for Joker continues to disintegrate before our eyes. Todd Phillips seems to think SJWs are trying to ruin comedy: “Go try to be funny nowadays with this woke culture. There were articles written about why comedies don’t work anymore—I’ll tell you why, because all the fucking funny guys are like, ‘Fuck this shit, because I don’t want to offend you.’ It’s hard to argue with 30 million people on Twitter. You just can’t do it, right? So you just go, ‘I’m out.'” As gross as this is, it seems tailor-made to resonate with the type of dudes they keep insisting this film isn’t courting.

-I am very much looking forward to Amazon’s limited series Modern Love, and glowing reviews like this are only helping its case.

Selena Gomez wrote a powerful essay on the immigration crisis for Time magazine. “I don’t claim to be an expert. I’m not a politician, I’m not a doctor, and I don’t work in the system at all. I understand it’s flawed and that we need rules and regulations, but we also have to remember that our country was formed by people who came here from other countries. It’s time to listen to the people whose lives are being directly affected by immigration policies.”

-Here’s the 6 Underground trailer, starring Ryan Reynolds and Melanie Laurent and directed by (ugh) Michael Bay.

 

Jennifer Lopez Wears Her Iconic Green Dress at Versace’s Fashion Show

-Nearly 20 years after she wore it at the Grammy Awards, Jennifer Lopez just closed out the Versace S/S 2020 show by walking the runway in her infamous jungle print dress. She looks the same — maybe better. What kind of sorcery is this?!?

-Ya know, for someone who claims he isn’t campaigning for an Oscar, Brad Pitt sure is everywhere. He appeared in a sketch on Jimmy Fallon last night, was grilled by a kid reporter for Ellen, and he gave an interview to CNN in which he said that when his then-girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow told him Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her while she was working on Emma, he confronted him. “At that moment, I was just a boy from the Ozarks on the playground.. and that’s how we confronted with things.” (Paltrow has said that they ran into Weinstein at the Broadway opening of Hamlet and Pitt threatened to kill him if he ever made her feel uncomfortable again.)

-The reviews for the Downton Abbey movie are really positive. I wouldn’t be surprised if this thing kills at the box office this weekend.

-In a new interview, Lucy Boynton says boyfriend Rami Malek‘s fans can get too handsy for her liking. “It’s lovely to see people who are excited about his work — if they’ve seen Mr. Robot or Freddie — but it’s just that thing of people grabbing him. I mean, you’d never grab a complete stranger in the street. And I think there’s a sense of ownership. It’s OK to just come up to someone, with your camera already out, and disregard whoever they’re with. It happened when we were with my mother, and we were just shoved out of the way. It’s quite shocking.”

-Here’s the first footage of Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II in season three of The Crown. She looks amazing!

-In her new memoir, Demi Moore says she regrets having two threesomes with Ashton Kutcher during their marriage, which she says he then used as an excuse to cheat on her. “Because we had brought a third party into our relationship, Ashton said, that blurred the lines and, to some extent, justified what he’d done.”

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman took a break from their social media trolling to enjoy a cup of coffee together in NYC.

Mayim Bialik is re-teaming with her Big Bang Theory on-screen husband, Jim Parsons, for a Fox comedy called Carla.

-I enjoyed this oral history on Little Women.

-I was sure it was going to be cancelled, so I’m glad Netflix is giving GLOW a fourth and final season. That being said, I’m kinda bummed about this new TV landscape where we can’t expect shows to get renewed past seasons 3 or 4.  This thread sums it up well.

-The Between Two Ferns movie drops on Netflix today, and this clip of Keanu Reeves makes me wanna watch it. The Paul Rudd bit is good too — mostly because he spends the entirety of it trying not to break.

-The more Joker reviews I read from female critics, the less I want to watch it.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian got a visit from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department after they shared a video on social media of them harassing wild antelope.

-I love how Google is incorporating pop culture references into their entertainment-related searches. Search Friends Ross and click on the couch, Friends Pheobe and click on the guitar, or Wizard of Oz and click on the shoes.

-This is super sweet: Will Smith surprised the two kids who went viral on social media for a clip of them giving a bullied kid new clothes.

-The Quebec film Antigone has been selected to represent Canada at the Oscars. I didn’t catch it but it got raves at TIFF.

Blake Lively is like a female, wonky-accented John Wick in the trailer for The Rhythm Section.