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Sofia Vergara Poses Nude for Women’s Health


Sofia Vergara stripped down for Women’s Health’s Naked Issue — and looks amazing. She said, “Here’s a woman, 45, being able to show her body. It’s not like before, when it was just young girls who would make the cover of a magazine.”

-Whoa – Vanity Fair just clapped back at Angelina Jolie. Her lawyers tried to get them to print a retraction to the part of her cover story which describes the cruel casting process of her new movie, which Jolie later claimed they took out of context. VF responded with the exact damaging quote, which they confirmed the reporter had captured on not one, but two recording devices. For someone who’s usually so on top of it, this is a major misstep for her.

-I don’t watch the Real Housewives of NYC but everyone on my Twitter TL has lots of opinions about LuAnn’s divorce.

-I haven’t had a chance to read all of Aziz Anzari’s GQ profile, though I did read the part about him quitting the internet.

Lisa Bonet surprised Jason Momoa on the set of AquaMan for his birthday. God, I love looking at these two.

-Here’s an interesting look at why Arcade Fire’s latest album has gotten such a mediocre response.

Selena Gomez calls The Weeknd her “best friend” in her InStyle cover interview.

Justin Bieber wrote a very, very long apology to fans for cutting his tour short.  My fave part: “THIS MESSAGE IS IS VERY GRAMMATICALLY INCORRECT BUT ITS FROM THE HEART. BUT I THINK THERES SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT IMPERFECTIONS!!”

-Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later starts streaming tomorrow (just in time for the long weekend!), and the reviews are great.

Natalie Portman‘s sci-fi film Annihilation just got a 2018 release date. I’m a little concerned that’s it’ll be in the wasteland that is February, but it costars Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson and Oscar Isaac so I’m still here for it.

-It was NBC’s turn at the TCAs today. They confirmed that they’ve already picked up the Will & Grace reboot for a second season even though the first hasn’t aired yet, announced that Tina Fey will be starring in seven episodes of the next season of Great News, touted a plan to foster female directors in their quest for gender parity (sounds nice, but I want to know more about how they’ll implement it), the president of the network threw out some incredibly impressive rating numbers (26 million people watch This Is Us per episode on all platforms?! And they claim they’re able to monetize digital?!), and for some reason they still seem to think that the mystery of Jack’s death is why everyone watches This Is Us.

-Speaking of the TCAs, here’s a recap of yesterday’s Everwood reunion. *sob*

Jessica Chastain called out CBS over the lack of female leads in new fall series.

Iwan Rheon’s appearance on Kimmel reminded me of his character on Misfits instead of his character on Game of Thrones, which can only be a good thing.

-Here’s Margot Robbie and Domhnall Gleeson in the Goodbye Christopher Robin trailer. If this is  based on the true origin story of Winnie the Pooh, then that national heritage commercial may have led us astray…

Jessica Chastain Talks Paparazzi and Pitt in Elle Canada

Jessica Chastain Elle Canada

Jessica Chastain covers the latest issue of Elle Canada, in which she talks about her comments at the Cannes press conference, kissing Brad Pitt, calling out the paparazzi on social media, and why it’s “important to show powerful women who are good at their jobs because young girls need those examples.”

-TMZ is reporting that Justin Bieber canceled his tour because he’s “rededicated his life to Christ.” That’s…nice?

-Also John Mayer, who seems to have no connection to Justin or this tour, still offered an opinion on it.

TJ Miller continues to implode before our eyes.  Where are his people!?

-Divorce rumors don’t phase Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello, who are calling out “fake news.”

-Speaking of marital statuses, Robert Pattinson says he and FKA Twigs are “kind of” engaged.

-The fact that Jennifer Lopez is leaning over at a weird angle and still has abs? And she turned 48 yesterday? Kill me.

Kristen Stewart and her girlfriend crashed a wedding in Winnipeg. I like that she had the restaurant owner ask if it was ok before she did it.

-The Buzzfeed photo booth at ComicCon, which recreated ’80s portraits, is my favourite. The iZombie cast killed it.

-Speaking of ComicCon, at Arrow’s panel a kid fighting cancer asked a question and Stephen Amell responded by hopping off the stage, giving her his arrow necklace, and telling her to bring it back to him next year. Sorry, I must have a tree in my eye…

-Also, Arrow was responsible for my other favourite ComicCon moment, when a journalist told that cast that Lost’s Michael Emerson would be joining the show. Amell’s face when he first hears the name looks like he’s trying to work out a complex math problem…

-Riverdale costars Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse are dating. I know barely anything about either of them, and yet somehow I still want better for her.

-This Usher herpes story is just not going away.

-The first wave of TIFF movies were announced today and there are some huge films coming, though I’m shocked Blade Runner 2049 wasn’t part of that list. Still, we got some goodies (and a look at how Oscar season is shaping up): Battle of the Sexes (Emma Stone, Steve Carrel),  Alexander Payne’s Downsizing (Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig), Angelina Jolie’s First They Killed My Father, I Tonya (Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan), Darren Aronofsky’s Mother (Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem), The Mountain Between Us (Idris Elba, Kate Winslet), Stronger (Jake Gyllenhaal, Tatiana Maslaney), The Shape of Water (Michael Shannon, Octavia Spencer), Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, and Suburbicon, directed by George Clooney, written by the Coen brothers and starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore.

-Ready for another Margaret Atwood adaptation? Here’s the trailer for Netflix’s Alias Grace, starring Sarah Gadon, Zachary Levi, and Anna Paquin. I didn’t love that book, but Sarah Polley is behind this so I have high hopes.

Brad Pitt Gets Deep in GQ

Brad Pitt GQ

-God lord, the new Brad Pitt interview in GQ brought me endless amounts of joy today. Reading it was like playing “faux-deep thoughts” bingo. Therapy talk? Check! A mention of his new matcha tea ritual? Check! A David Foster Wallace quote? Check!  Talk about his new understanding of R&B? Referring to his face as “this façade”? Check! A Churchill quote? Check!  The whole article is so beautiful I’m tempted to get it laminated…

Mark Hamill is the latest Star Wars star to prank some unsuspecting fans and their reactions were priceless.

-Yes, Stephen Colbert’s joke was really, really dumb — but the campaign to get him fired is even dumber.

-This new featurette on The Mummy actually makes it look…good?

-Congrats to Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Tasha McCauley, who are expecting their second child. I didn’t even know they had a first!

Chris Evans says it’s “beyond misplaced” to glibly criticize Jimmy Kimmel‘s healthcare monologue.  Listen to Captain America!

-In any case, the monologue already has incredible reach.

Sofia Vergara took to Instagram to slam Star magazine for “fake” report about a divorce from Joe Manganiello, saying “The editor of this mag is an idiot.”

-This is a great take on how Marvel is undercutting Wonder Woman with their lack of promotion.

Amanda Peet looks back on her biggest roles and it’s kind of amazing how much she’s done.  I kind of love that she’s still not ok with Bent being cancelled.

-The Flash’s big reveal on this week’s episode revealed the show’s biggest flaw: its own formula.

-I guess we shouldn’t be surprised that The Handmaid’s Tale is getting a second season, but the first season covers the whole book so what are they going to do?

-A new report says that unlike what we’d expect, Kate and William don’t have a lot of staff to help them out at home.

-The Dark Tower trailer is here and the reviews are mixed. I’m ok with it, but it definitely feels like it gives way, way too much away.

The Defenders trailer is getting a lot of love, mostly because it makes fun of Iron Fist a lot. This moment in particular is getting mocked a bunch. (I think it’s a special kind of actor who knows what to do in the background during a group fight scene when it’s not “their turn” — and then there’s this type.