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Miley Cyrus Opens Up About Reuniting with Liam Hemsworth

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-In the new issue of Billboard, Miley Cyrus debuts her newly reformed image (“I haven’t smoked weed in three weeks, which is the longest I’ve ever [gone without it]. I’m not doing drugs, I’m not drinking, I’m completely clean right now! “), and getting back together with Liam Hemsworth (“I needed to change so much. And changing with someone else not changing like that is too hard. Suddenly you’re like, ‘I don’t recognize you anymore.’ We had to refall for each other.”)

Beyoncé did not get lip injections and her rep is calling out the ‘cowards’  who claim she did.

Adam Scott is obsessed with Star Wars and Mark Hamill, so Kristen Bell (who was guest-hosting in Jimmy Kimmel‘s absence) offered him the best surprise. I love how he went full Ben Wyatt!

Kristen also used her hosting gig to help pull off a Frozen-themed promposal.

Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder announced they’re expecting their first child. She looks quite far along so I’m impressed that she actually managed to keep it under wraps.

Zoë Saldana says she was surprised when Britney Spears outed her pregnancy. “She was just being Britney…I was shocked because we weren’t ready to sort of share that. But it was Britney, so it’s okay.”

Diane Keaton never gives up an opportunity to kiss a famous person, which she demonstrated with the help of Kevin Bacon and Jessica Chastain. She is living her best life.

-It looks like the OITNB hacker may have struck out at Netflix again.

Ryan Murphy is now on Instagram and if his first post with Max Greenfield and Darren Criss is any indication, he deserves a follow.

Zendaya’s reaction to Rihanna acknowledging her MET gala dress is adorable.

-Looks like Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell are getting serious: they just moved in together.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West dropped clothing line for kids today. Sure.

-The Affair’s Ruth Wilson is going to star in a new miniseries based on her grandmother, who discovered that her husband was a spy.

-People are not loving the fact that Kendall Jenner is on the cover of Vogue India.

-The first teaser for Marvel’s Inhumans reveals a palace coup — but at least there’s no bad wigs in sight.

-HBO confirmed it’s developing Game of Thrones spin-offs. Spin-offs, as in multiple. As in they’re working on four scripts.  That seems like a lot.

-You oughta know: Alanis Morissette’s ex-manager has been sentenced to six years in prison for embezzling millions.

John Boyega keeps a lightsaber “to just swing around a few seconds when I walk around the house”. Sounds about right.

-This is an interesting look at how Keeping Up With the Kardashians is in its darkest, most dramatic season yet and still it’s bleeding viewers. Are we finally all over it?

-The new Dunkirk trailer is here and it’s intense.

Chris Pine played a little slapjack with Jimmy Fallon last night.

-Finally, a Wonder Woman scene! It’s incredibly satisfying to watch Gal Gadot save Chris Pine‘s ass in this first clip.

Taylor Swift Takes Vogue Reporter to BFF’s Wedding

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-Everyone’s shading Taylor Swift for taking a Vogue reporter to her BFF’s wedding for her new cover story and yes, that is eyeroll-worthy. But I still love it. She’s never been someone I look to for authenticity; she’s someone I look to for insane control over her image, and this profile certainly doesn’t disappoint. The solipsistic implications are just a bonus.
Ryan Reynolds is having a great week. First, he made an adorable little video with Amber Tamblyn. Then, Deadpool 2 got the official green light. Then, he and Blake Lively announced they are expecting their second child.

-It’s a beautiful people baby boom! Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are also expecting their second kidlet.

JLo looks lovely on the cover of W magazine. In the interview, she talks about how she knew “very quickly” that her marriage to Marc Anthony “wasn’t the right thing.”

James Cameron just promised four Avatar sequels. Pray for us all.

-A Vox reporter spent six months on The Americans set to find out how one of the best shows on television gets made, and the result is a very long, but very fascinating read.

-Speaking of great reads, Buzzfeed took a deep dive into the 11-year drama surrounding the movie Nina, from its fatal casting of Zoe Saldana to its internal fights.

-Do we believe that Drew Barrymore is really pregnant? Cause I’m in the “hells no” camp. Pregnant women don’t get tats.

Kate Hudson‘s impression of Garry Marshall is perfect.

The first image of Scarlett Johannson as the lead in the remake of the Japanese manga, Ghost In The Shell, arrived today and accusations of white-washing were quick to follow. How is Hollywood still doing this?!

Julia Louis-Dreyfus says she wasn’t too fond of her “very sexist” SNL years.

-Canadian singer Grimes says “numerous” male producers tried to blackmail her into having sex. Men are gross.

Alden Ehrenreich is your latest Han Solo front-runner. I like this kid. I remember seeing him in Beautiful Creatures and not liking the movie but really liking what he was doing.

-Rodarte just failed Hailee Steinfeld so hard. All the nopes!

LeAnn Rimes’ rep is denying claims that the singer has a diva attitude. Sounds fake, but whatever.

Charlize Theron is trying to walkback her complaints about being too pretty for good roles. Ok.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen posted their first selfie ever. Say “prune!”

-What’s going on between Sean Penn and Minka Kelly?  I worry.

Maisie Williams was adorable on the Seth Meyers’ show, talking about how she gamed the system by scoring the most comfortable Game of Thrones costume on the show.

-It was Team Iron Man’s turn on Kimmel last night. What the what is Paul Bettany wearing?!

 

Here’s the First Photo of Mulder and Scully in The X Files Reboot

-After all of yesterday’s kissy paparazzi photos from the set, here is the first official photo of Mulder and Scully on The X Files reboot. As always, Buzzfeed is asking all the tough questions.

-Also, USA Today ran a story about how Gillian Anderson is basically taking over our TV screens this year. I have no objection to that.

-I don’t watch The View, but Raven Symone seems like a really smart addition to that table.

-Ugh, Jerry Seinfeld needs to stop with the petulant anti-PC policing. It’s one thing to advocate for freedom of speech, but that’s not what he’s doing. Instead, he’s claiming his joke bombed because he’s a victim of unfairly changing times. Maybe his joke bombed because it wasn’t very good? (In case you couldn’t tell, I’m really over this knee jerk reaction from comics that all criticism is censorship, especially since a lot of comedy — especially his — is essentially criticism.)

-THR’s drama actress Emmy roundtable is on point, with Viola Davis, Lizzy Caplan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Jessica Lange and Ruth Wilson.

Miley Cyrus says she considers her gender and sexuality fluid. “I don’t relate to being boy or girl, and I don’t have to have my partner relate to boy or girl.”

Zoë Saldana had to take to Facebook to defend her husband’s choice to take her last name because people are small-minded asshats.

-Just in case you forgot, John Cusack can get it.

-I might be biased because I love her, but Leighton Meester‘s cover of The Cardigans is good, no?

-In a new podcast, the Fifty Shades screenwriter talked about the tension on the set, why Charlie Huffman really dropped out, and why she can’t bring herself to watch the movie. “My heart really was broken by that process.”

-Also, a manuscript of the new Fifty Shades book was stolen. They should probably just not release it then, right?

-I’m glad that Mindy Kaling Twitter-slapped this fashion blog. It’s one thing to not like her outfit, but it’s another to start a post with “Mindy Kaling is one of those ‘woman of the people’ types who basics find soooooo hilars.”

-I love how much fun Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica Chastain continue to have fun with the fact that everyone mixes them up.

-A Clueless oral history? Sold!

Denis Leary and Molly Shannon mangled song lyrics with Jimmy Fallon on last night’s game of Nonsense Karaoke.

-InTouch is still like a dog with a bone when it comes to the Duggars — and I love it.

Katy Perry’s managers are denying reports she wrote a Taylor Swift slam song.

This interview with GoT’s Peter Dinklage and Emilia Clarke on being TV’s new power couple is adorable.

-Meanwhile, this is a super smart take on Game of Thrones, Hannibal, and the current too-much-ness aspect of violence on TV.

-No surprise here giving Pitch Perfect 2’s box office haul, but Universal just greenlit Pitch Perfect 3.

-Here’s the creepy trailer for Regression, starring Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson.