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Scott Eastwood’s gross world

Sarah Posted by Sarah at August 24, 2016 20:14:56 August 24, 2016 20:14:56

Scott Eastwood is featured in Australia GQ’s September issue—in a somewhat telling play, he’s on the alternate subscriber cover while Jake Gyllenhaal covers the newsstand copy. So Scott Eastwood gets covers, but he still has to take a backseat to an actual movie star. Full Story

Monday, August 22, 2016

Dear Gossips,

Four years ago, at the Olympics, Ryan Lochte was a blessing to the internet, generating memes and GIFs and hilarious snark-pieces that I still enjoy and read, despite the fact that our online world has been accused of being hollow and temporary.  Read Full Intro

Leslie Jones in Rio

Lainey Posted by Lainey at August 11, 2016 18:40:12 August 11, 2016 18:40:12

Leslie Jones has arrived in Rio. She started posting as soon as she got there this morning. NBC invited her earlier this week after she became an Olympic gold medallist tweeter at the start of the Games. Full Story

A drama queen comedown

Maria Posted by Maria at July 26, 2016 14:17:31 July 26, 2016 14:17:31
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Justin Timberlake was #Inspired by Jesse Williams

Kathleen Posted by Kathleen at June 27, 2016 16:16:26 June 27, 2016 16:16:26
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As Lainey already discussed, Jesse Williams gave the wokest speech in the history of speeches at the BET Awards last night. It was a speech that made me cry, shout, cheer and throw sh-t at my television. It induced urgency, frustration and a call to arms. It was soaked in brutal honesty. Most importantly, it was unapologetically BLACK. Full Story

Leonardo DiCaprio, please be smarter than this

Sarah Posted by Sarah at June 9, 2016 15:17:13 June 9, 2016 15:17:13
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In an interview with The Guardian, screenwriter David Franzoni (best known for co-writing Gladiator) talked up a film he’s writing about the Persian poet and scholar Rumi, one of the most often translated and widely read poets in history. He’s sometimes called the “Shakespeare of the Middle East” which is backwards because he precedes Shakespeare by a few centuries. Full Story

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