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Cara Delevingne was interviewed by Good Morning Sacramento recently to promote Paper Towns. I interviewed Cara last year at TIFF. I found her beguiling and sweet and real. None of that showed up this time though, with this particular outlet. But there were problems on both sides. First of all, they called her Carla. Full Story
US Weekly has the exclusive – Ben Affleck is dating a woman who used to be the nanny. Her name is Christine Ouzounian, 28 years old. Supposedly she and Ben started dating during Ben and Jennifer Garner’s secret 10 month trial separation. Whatever. We’ve already analysed the legitimacy of that 10 month trial separation – click here Full Story
Paula! Happy Birthday with love from Domenico AND Carolina who both requested for you some photos of Colin O’Donoghue. I’m very happy to know that William has not come between you and the gossip, especially when it’s been such a busy summer. Have the best day! Full Story
Oh my God, Ben Affleck is so…basic.
The nanny is pretty much the MiniVan Majority’s worst nightmare – it’s either Angelina Jolie or the nanny.
So the poor decision making continues. Ben Affleck cannot help himself. More on this in today’s first post.
Last night I went to the Nicki Minaj concert in Toronto. Was a really, really good show. She’s sexy as f-ck. She’s SO cute. She’s playful. She has enormous stage presence. In person, that star power is undeniable. By the end of it, I was in love with her. And afraid of her. When she tells you she’ll beat your ass, believe it.
Yours in gossip,
I can’t stop staring at this and asking… is this REALLY Mickey Rourke? (Dlisted)
Love the black coat Selena Gomez is wearing here (Just Jared)
Beyonce looks amazing here (Cele|bitchy)
Long bridal sleeves on Ashlee Simpson (Pop Sugar)
Some guy you’ve never heard of hates Taylor Swift and now you’ve heard of him (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
Miley Cyrus is still mad at VOGUE (OK!)
I’m really into how Mila Kunis is wearing these pants (Popoholic)
Last holiday season’s movie talk was dominated by The Interview, the Seth Rogen movie that may or may not have prompted the Sony Hack. Sony famously dumped The Interview’s release, fearing further action from the hackers—they were already on their knees, it wasn’t an unreasonable thought—and ultimately it landed online, available through Google and Sony platforms. Full Story
Remember when Victoria Beckham said she doesn’t read books, only magazines? That philosophy went out the window with her French tips, hair extensions and melon boobs. My favourite book shop! X happy Tuesday, love from LA! X 🌞🇺🇸🙏 x vb Full Story
Chris Hemsworth is in Vacation. The Hollywood premiere happened Monday night. His two actor brothers, Liam and Luke, showed up to support. The last time I wrote about the Hemsworths was the first time Duana’s ever been interested in them. It’s the sibling thing. Liam was at Comic-Con. Full Story
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With the Fantastic Four reboot just over a week away, Michael B. Jordan’s casting as Johnny Storm, traditionally white in the comic books and originally played in movies by Chris Evans, remains controversial. I can’t believe the number of people who have expressed some version of “but how can Michael B. Full Story
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TIFF just made its first lineup for this year’s festival. Jean-Marc Vallee’s Demolition, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts, is the opening night gala. Jake, as you know, could be a contender for his performance in Southpaw. His Southpaw co-star, Rachel McAdams, will be at TIFF too. Full Story
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I read a great article this morning over at Vulture about pop culture and canon. Specifically the tenuous relationship between creators and fans and the territorial conflict that can arise when they don’t agree. Or when new creators come on board and start to expand the universe. It’s the cause of a lot of geek angst. It might be the cause of most geek angst. I’ve seen it. Sarah and I saw a lot of it in our inboxes this season during Game Of Thrones. And there was that one time she got yelled at for calling it “Dr” Strange instead of “Doctor” Strange.
It’s unfair though to say that this is only a nerd thing because it’s not like people don’t get pissed off when someone does a cover of a classic song and they don’t like the interpretation and all kinds of shouting breaks out on the internet. Read Full Intro
I cannot wait to know what they name their baby (Dlisted)
When Kanye met Caitlyn (Pop Sugar)
Gwen Stefani’s youngest looks like both his brothers (TooFab)
The family inheritance on display again (The Superficial)
I hate the colour of this skirt (Hollywood Tuna)
Licking your own star (Go Fug Yourself)
I will listen to Kelly Clarkson cover pretty much anything (Pink Is The New Blog)