The Aaron Paul Edition of Ask, Believe, Receive

March 10, 2016 19:31:05 Posted at March 10, 2016 19:31:05
Maria Posted by Maria

Do you think asking for things on Twitter is a bit desperate? Like if you were applying for a job, would you tweet the company and tell them you really, really want it? If you are Aaron Paul, it seems to work. He’s been talking about the Stephen King series The Dark Tower since 2014, and two days ago he said this: Dear @StephenKing Full Story

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Ryan Gosling to the rescue

March 10, 2016 18:14:04 Posted at March 10, 2016 18:14:04
Lainey Posted by Lainey
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It was Eva Mendes’s birthday on the weekend. She and Ryan Gosling were headed out for dinner. At some point a dog ran into the road. They pulled over, Ryan got out of the car, picked up the dog, and handed it safely over to the owner before driving away. ET has the exclusive photos – click here Full Story

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Tina Fey in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

March 10, 2016 17:19:37 Posted at March 10, 2016 17:19:37
Sarah Posted by Sarah

Tina Fey’s latest movie, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, is a frustrating viewing experience. Directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (Focus, Crazy Stupid Love), the film has the same tone problems that have plagued the duo since their debut film, I Love You Phillip Morris, which is magic they have not been able to recreate. Full Story

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Cheryl & Liam holding hands

March 10, 2016 16:47:44 Posted at March 10, 2016 16:47:44
Lainey Posted by Lainey
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Now that she’s not with her husband(s) anymore, can we go back to calling Cheryl Tweedy Cheryl Tweedy? Officially her name is Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and the UK papers are still calling her that. Eventually she’s going to change it though, right? Well, she did stick with Cheryl Cole for a long time… Meanwhile, half of you, maybe more, are all like, who the f-ck are you on about, Lainey? I know. Full Story

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Maria on the beach

March 10, 2016 15:21:08 Posted at March 10, 2016 15:21:08
Lainey Posted by Lainey

Whenever I write about Serena Williams, because I worship her, and because she is underappreciated and undervalued, by fans, by tennis commentators, by endorsers, I can always count on people emailing back about why Serena doesn’t deserve what she deserved, with a subtle suggestion that she’s not “natural”. Full Story

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Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Dear Gossips,

The Canadian Screen Awards are happening this week, honouring Canadian achievements in film and television over several nights, culminating on Sunday with the live broadcast. Last night the television talk show, sports, and news programs were featured.  Read Full Intro

Late Late Famewhore

March 9, 2016 22:01:25 Posted at March 9, 2016 22:01:25
Lainey Posted by Lainey

Who was the most popular star during award season? Arguably Jacob Tremblay. Everyone wanted to see him, take a selfie with him, dance with him, ask him to present… Jacob was everywhere. And I get it. He’s precocious, he’s cute, he was in an Oscar nominated film. And now the Oscars are over. Full Story

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Smutty Tingles

March 9, 2016 21:09:23 Posted at March 9, 2016 21:09:23
Lainey Posted by Lainey

Penis size as evidence in a trial (Dlisted

I’m liking this look on Jon Hamm (Just Jared

Plastic surgery is the new makeup (Cele|bitchy

This was a very nice thing for Zac Efron to do…but why does it still annoy me? (TooFab

He’s 22 and rich and he hasn’t figured out he has OPTIONS (TMZ)   

I wonder if this will change the way Duana feels about Hamilton. Probably not. If anything she’ll love it even more. (The Superficial)

UGH. This dress. (Hollywood Tuna

I don’t understand what’s happening here (Go Fug Yourself

I was really turned on by this. Is someone going to tell me that’s wrong? (Popsugar)

The Witch

March 9, 2016 21:01:49 Posted at March 9, 2016 21:01:49
Sarah Posted by Sarah

Imagine if The Crucible and The Shining had a baby and rolled it around in Twin Peaks dust, and you’d have The Witch, the feature film debut of writer/director Robert Eggers. Set in seventeenth century New England, The Witch draws much of its dialogue from actual historical documents of that era, which gives it a very tangible feeling. Full Story