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Jenna Dewan-Tatum Talks Marriage to Channing

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Jenna Dewan-Tatum opens up about her marriage to Channing Tatum in her new Redbook interview, talking about trying to find time to be together despite their schedules and bristling at questions about how she keeps the relationship fresh (“I hate that question. I’m like, ‘No. Why is it for your man? I do things to keep it fresh for myself.'”)

Charlize Theron would like Vin Diesel to stop telling everyone that she loved their onscreen kiss. “I just don’t get it. He’s literally going around saying that I had the best time of my life” she said before adding “I like a little more movement in my men.”

-A new Lorde album means new Lorde interviews, which are always a hoot. In her NYT profile, she talks about her love for Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream,” saying “There’s this sadness about it, where you feel young listening to it, but you feel impermanence at the same time…There’s something holy about it.”

-Speaking of Katy, Orlando Bloom insists he and Katy Perry are still friends but added “it’s between us” so maybe stop asking.

Shia LaBeouf will spend a month alone in a Finland cabin for an art project. Do you think that sometimes James Franco reads this stuff and then needs a hug?

Jaden Smith had to cut his hair for a new role — so he let dad Will do the honours.

-If you announce that a big guest star is returning for your season finale, and then said guest star vehemently denies in on Twitter, is it still happening? Welcome to the mess that is Arrow bts.

Lea Michele admits that she watches old episodes of Glee alone. Of course she does.

Tig Notaro has spoken out about that SNL skit featuring Louis C.K. that bears a striking resemblance to her own.

Nelly Furtado split from her husband after eight years of marriage — and she managed to keep it under wraps for almost a year.

Angelina Jolie reportedly made an offer on Cecil B. DeMille’s historic Hollywood home.

-In her new Women’s Health cover story, Vanessa Hudgens breaks down how she dropped 10 lbs in only a month. That seems like too much.

Jude Law is Hollywood’s new go-to guy for “young” these days: young pope, young Dumbledore.

Sylvester Stallone is suing Warner Bros for fraud and “dishonesty” surrounding the profits of Demolition Man. Major stars don’t just sue movie studios so this must have been a long and messy fight.

-Oscar winner Michel Gondry‘s directorial genius is now being used to sell yogurt.

-Aww crap, Charlie Murphy has died at 57.

-You can watch the first few minutes of the season premiere of Orange Is The New Black, which picks up right where season 4 left off.

-The Path has been renewed for season 3. I’m happy for Aaron Paul, but I don’t know a single soul who’s still watching that show.

-The trailer for Thor: Raganarok, which debuted on Monday, was viewed 127.6 million times in its first 24 hours, making it Disney’s most-viewed trailer ever.

Kathryn Hahn tries to get several degrees closer to Kevin Bacon in the trailer for the new show I Love Dick.

-Watch John Boyega navigate the mean streets of Detroit in Kathryn Bigelow’s new crime drama set during the 1967 riots.

Emma Thompson Once Rejected Donald Trump

Emma Thompson recalls the time Donald Trump asked her out: “I didn’t know what to do with myself.” Her cackle at the beginning of this story is epic.

-I probably shouldn’t have laughed at this story about reality TV contestants who emerged from a year in the wilderness only to discover the show was cancelled 7 months ago, but I’m not a very good person.

Amy Schumer dropped out of that live-action Barbie movie, which seems like a good idea on her part.

-In response to that stupid criticism about how skinny he is, Chris Pratt joked he’s a very healthy T-Rex skull.

-Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says that Game of Thrones Season 7 ice stunt was “embarrassing” for the show’s creators.

-For anyone hoping Vanessa Hudgens will someday reunite with Zac Efron, don’t hold your breath. She says “I completely lost contact with him.”

-According to Page Six, Hollywood can’t stand Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell because they overshare. I mean, I think it’s really weird that they crusade to keep their family life private while simultaneously shoot commercials about their happy family life, but they’re still cute AF, y’all.

Mariah Carey waded into the Nicki Minaj vs Remy Ma feud. No good can come from this.

Cory Booker and Mindy Kaling flirted over Twitter and the internet is shipping it HARD.

-Is it the beginning of the end for Us Weekly?

-Here’s the first trailer for Queen of the Desert, starring Nicole Kidman, James Franco, and Robert Pattinson.

Natalie Portman, Emma Stone, Ruth Negga, Matthew McConaughy and More Come Together for W

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-So many insanely good magazine covers dropped today. There’s W’s performances of the year issue, Prince Harry‘s Town & Country cover, Chris Pratt‘s Vanity Fair issue, and Glamour’s Girls cover, in which Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke casually chat about the time Jemina threatened to punch Lena if she didn’t get out of her dressing room.

-Congrats to Janet Jackson, who welcomed son Eissa.

Julia Roberts and Bono want you to drink tea with them. Drink? No. Spill? Yes.

-Oh jeez. Now Mariah Carey’s manager is claiming the production sabotaged her NYE performance. That seems…unlikely. Still, I’m weirdly impressed that she wasn’t planning a full lip sync of that first song. I mean, there was an obvious guiding vocal and all of her high notes were recorded, but she was still planning to sing that thing! The second song, not so much. I’m also impressed that she didn’t immediately storm off the stage. I guess what I’m saying is that when it comes to Mariah, I don’t expect much and am easily impressed.

Chris Pratt‘s Vanity Fair interview also includes a video of him showing us how to gut a fish. He makes it seem charming.

-Billy on the Street tries to get to the bottom of the age-old question: do gay people care about John Oliver? Turns out he’s no Wendy Williams.

-I’m really glad to hear that critics are liking Big Little Lies (and surprised to hear they’re liking Riverdale).

-This is a great, great Twitter thread about the lack of articles about women staying away from Passengers in droves, as opposed to all the press about guys hating on Ghostbusters.

-That Will & Grace limited series revival is a go at NBC, according to on of its co-stars.

-The Sherlock showrunner has been forced to defend that unexpected death in the season premiere, which aired New Year’s Day. The year barely started and already there’s a female TV character who died to further a male character’s journey and fuel his manpain. Great.

-Speaking of unexpected TV twists, WTF Brooklyn Nine-Nine?

-I realized five years ago at my last Coachella that I’m too old for that shit (and I don’t want to spend $500 on a ticket), but this year’s lineup is solid. Beyonce, Radiohead and Kendrick are headlining.

Heather Locklear issued a vague statement about “tying up some loose ends” amid reports that she has checked into rehab for the fifth time.

-Congrats to Felicia Day, who announced her pregnancy. She somehow managed to keep it under wraps until three weeks before her due date, which takes Kerry Washington-level skills.

-I was weirdly charmed by Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Hudgensduet of Ex’s and Oh’s.

Pharrell Williams, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe and Ellen are condemning a Hidden Figures soundtrack singer’s homophobic remarks.

Leonardo DiCaprio kicked off the year by hiding under a towel. Same.

Kim Kardashian has broken her social media silence with a weirdly filtered family pic. She also kept taking the “West” part of her name out of her bios but it’s back now.

Neil Patrick Harris hams it up in the latest trailer for A Series of Unfortunate Events.