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Mariah Carey Is Ready for the Holidays

Mariah Carey kicked off xmas music season with a very cute video.

-Is Pink wearing a giant slinky earring in her Billboard photo shoot, and if so where can I get one?

Jane Fonda‘s mission to get arrested every Friday during climate protests continues — and this time she brought Rosanna Arquette and Catherine Keener along.

Olivia Colman and Phoebe Waller-Bridge covered Portishead’s “Glory Box” on a ukulele for charity and the video will make you wanna fist pump through the ceiling.

-Suits spinoff Pearson has been cancelled after a single season. I didn’t watch it but Gina Torres deserves to be a bigger star than she is.

Stephen Amell just announced that Emily Bett Rickards will be returning for Arrow’s series finale and this makes me happier than I should probably publicly admit.

-I love that Reese Witherspoon had it written into her Legally Blonde contract that she got to keep the 77 pairs of Jimmy Choos she wore. Genius.

-Between being on Fallon last night (where she dressed up like a bloody baseball player/dead socially irrelevant heteronormative gender roles) to hosting SNL this weekend, we’re getting a lot of Kristen Stewart content. I’m not mad about it.

Leonardo DiCaprio posted photos of him with Greta Thunberg, and Twitter did its thing.

Rosie O’Donnell and fiancee Elizabeth Rooney have reportedly split.

Joey King says working with her ex-boyfriend Jacob Elord on The Kissing Booth 2 was “fine.” Somebody give that girl a (completely consensual) hug.

-Was not expecting a Jennifer Garner duet with opera singer Andrea Bocelli but this week is weird so sure.

-There’s a new Into the Spiderverse movie coming our way!

Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield star in the trailer for The Photograph.

Miley Cyrus’s Damage Control Fail

-Ugh. Miley Cyrusnon-apology apology for saying gay women just need to find a good man is terrible.

Rihanna‘s $150 “visual autobiography” has been released. Yay?

-Speaking of celebs with unexpected books, Jenna Dewan talks about the end of her marriage to Channing Tatum in hers: “First and foremost I had to accept the realization this isn’t working and had moved into hurting.”

-The noose keeps tightening around Prince Andrew’s neck but he doesn’t seem to care. How privileged to you have to feel to just be able to shrug this stuff off like your teflon?

Lizzo brought Macaulay Culkin on stage during her L.A. concert last night and it was quite adorable.

Scarlett Johansson says isn’t going to let Michael Che anywhere near Colin Jost’s bachelor party, which seems like good planning.

Keira Knightley revealed that she gave birth to a baby girl six weeks ago that she named Delilah.

Ken Loach is the latest old school filmmaker to crap on Marvel movies. (At least his comments seem to be more about the current movie marketplace and what opportunities filmmakers are getting shut out of as blockbusters become the status quo, which is more understandable than the crotchety “it’s not good” refrain.)

-It’s hilarious that during the CW crossover filming, someone always seems to fall asleep during a scene. Previously it was Melissa Benoist, this year it’s Stephen Amell.

-Speaking of the CW, I’m pleasantly surprised that Batwoman is doing well in the ratings. I don’t think it’s for me, but good on female-fronted superhero shows.

Lori Loughlin and other parents were just hit with additional charges in the college admissions scandal.

-In this clip from her new Netflix special, Jenny Slate explains football and suddenly everything makes sense.

-I get that everyone loves Kawhi, but what a weird and cringey way to promote the new Terminator movie.

-You’re damn right I’m gonna watch this Netflix holiday teen movie. I’m gonna watch it so hard.

-The final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is pretty damn good, guys. (I also enjoyed Mallory Rubin’s reaction to it.)

-Speaking of Adam Driver movies, here’s the first trailer for The Report, which I saw at TIFF and liked a lot.

Harry Styles Goes Shirtless on Rolling Stone

-I checked to see how old Harry Styles is before deciding if I was allowed to drool a little over his Rolling Stone cover — and it turns out his 25. Totally fine. It took me awhile but I get it now.

Katie Holmes has reportedly pulled the plug on her relationship with Jamie Foxx, with the news coming days after he was spotted holding hands with another woman. Again.

-Congrats to Dwayne Johnson and his longtime girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, who got married in Hawaii.

-According to TMZ, Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber are eyeing a date in September for a big wedding event/anniversary party.

-Harry Potter co-stars Emma Watson and Tom Felton reunited to play guitar in their pjs, launching a million fanfics.

Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter continue to stoke relationship rumours. The pair were spotted hanging out with Miley’s mom in Los Angeles.

Elton John loaned his private jet to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry so they could enjoy some time at his private estate, and was not amused when the British press complained that the were adding to the carbon footprint by not flying commercial. The Brits are definitely focusing on the wrong royal right now.

-The casting for HBO/BBC’s fantasy drama adaptation of His Dark Materials continues to awe. Andrew Scott (aka Fleabag’s hot priest) just came onboard.

Kate Hudson doing sponcon for Weight Watchers is weird but at least she seems to be having fun with it. Who cooks in a trench coat tho?

-Arrow may be wrapping in January, but Stephen Amell already has his next gig lined up: he’ll headline an 8-episode wrestling drama at Starz. This seems like a good career move. Transition into a bit more prestige-y stuff, while sticking with TV and the type of content his fanbase will follow him for.

-Ugh, these clips from Anderson Cooper‘s interview with Stephen Colbert  on the tragic death of his father and brothers in a plane crash made me tear up.

-The Seth Rogen-produced Good Boys, a movie about the R-rated misadventures of 3 preteen boys, had the year’s largest opening total for an original comedy.

Lana Condor and Noah Centineo tweeting sweet things at each other as they wrap TATBILB filming is killing me.

-This is a good look at how this age of media corporation mega-mergers spells trouble. People don’t seem as concerned about Disney taking over Hollywood as maybe they should be.

-I was looking forward to CW’s debut of I Ship It tonight (about a woman who impulsively quits her job to become an assistant on the show she’s been writing fanfiction about) but the reviews are just ok.

-Man, last night’s episode of Succession should have included a trigger warning for anyone who’s ever worked in digital media. (One of the show’s writers/producers used to work for The Onion, which is probably why they nailed it.) The headlines running in the background for the fake Gawker/Buzzfeed site were perfect.

-Marvel Comics’ attempts to appear apolitical don’t seem to be working anymore.

-I really enjoyed this interview with Michelle Williams on preparing for Fosse/Verdon and taking a break from working.

-The trailer for Kristen Stewart’s “new” movie (which she filmed in 2017) couldn’t have come at a worse time for her.

Reese Witherspoon is taking on Marie Kondo with a new Netflix show about tidying up.

-Today was a *crazy* day for TV trailers and news. Steven Soderbergh‘s next movie about older ladies going on a trip (starring Meryl Streep, Candice Bergen, and Dianne Wiest) has landed an the upcoming streaming service HBO Max. Amazon dropped its trailer (featuring Sterling K. Brown) and release date (Dec 6) for season 3 of Marvelous Mrs Maisel. We got our first trailer for Ryan Murphy‘s Upcoming Netflix show The Politician, starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Ben Platt. But the buzziest drop (and maybe not in a good way) was Apple’s first real trailer for The Morning Show, starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell. For a company with a reputation for their marketing genius, they are not handling these trailers well. With this cast I was expecting a comedy, not what looks like a dour mix of Studio 60 and The Newsroom. And was Witherspoon really cast as the young ingenue?!