Thursday, November 10, 2016

Dear Gossips,

I am currently making my way through Gilmore Girls. (Currently on the second to last episode of Season 2.) Although she would dispute this characterisation, Duana has taken it upon herself to be my viewing coach. Like, the other night she wouldn’t let me read this Vox article  Read Full Intro

Well this looks crazy

Sarah Posted by Sarah at November 10, 2016 20:18:14 November 10, 2016 20:18:14
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The teaser trailer for Valerian: City of a Thousand Planets was just released and it looks insane, in both the “cool” sense and the “divorced from reality” sense. This movie comes from Fifth Element director Luc Besson, and it looks of a piece with The Fifth Element—totally bonkers but cool in a fun weird way. Full Story

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Love, Death, Time

Lainey Posted by Lainey at November 10, 2016 19:49:50 November 10, 2016 19:49:50
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I like to say that I don't appreciate being emotionally manipulated by movies but I'm pretty sure I often get emotionally manipulated by movies and make that a point in posts about being emotionally manipulated by movies so...maybe I do actually enjoy being emotionally manipulated by movies? The emotions have been all over the place the last few days. Full Story

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Smutty Tingles

Lainey Posted by Lainey at November 10, 2016 19:05:16 November 10, 2016 19:05:16

It's like they do a mini Love Actually every year (Dlisted

Kristen Wiig goes back to SNL (Just Jared

Why Princess Kate wants to meet Meghan Markle  (Cele|bitchy

Julie Bowen and Sofia Vergara don't hate each other (TooFab

I Can't Ariana Grande in costume but basically her always style  (Hollywood Tuna

Natalie Portman in a striped dress  (Pop Sugar)  

But this isn't even a good tagline?!? (The Superficial

Jennifer Garner really loves plaid (Popoholic)  

Jared Leto is selling his house (Evil Beet)   

Gilmore Girls just got way more important

Duana Posted by Duana at November 10, 2016 18:36:58 November 10, 2016 18:36:58

I’ve always loved the factoid that economy influences fashion: When times are tough, formal stuff, like military influences or higher heels, are in– if you don’t have a lot of money to spend, you want each thing to look like a million bucks. During flush times, though, looking like you don’t make an effort is key—that’s why parents were horrified by ripped jeans in the 80s. Full Story