Zendaya might be Spider-Man’s Mary Jane

August 19, 2016 15:07:32 Posted at August 19, 2016 15:07:32
Sarah Posted by Sarah

When Zendaya was first cast in Spider-Man: Homecoming, her character was identified as “Michelle” and it wasn’t clear how big her role would really be. But as the movie has been shooting over the summer, word got around that she is playing the female lead, though at Comic-Con Zendaya and director John Watts continued to refer to her as “Michelle”. Full Story

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Dear Gossips,

TIFF announced last week that Leonardo DiCaprio’s documentary, Turning Point, will screen at the festival this year. Turning Point “chronicles (Leo’s) campaign to raise global awareness about the dangers of climate change in his role as a UN Ambassador of Peace”.  Read Full Intro

Smutty Tingles

August 18, 2016 19:58:46 Posted at August 18, 2016 19:58:46
Lainey Posted by Lainey

I need to borrow this chicken's pants (Dlisted)  

Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson: still friends or the long, complicated break (Just Jared)    

Shonda talks about her daughters  (Cele|bitchy)    

Gigi got judged too. There's no hope for anyone (TooFab)  

Here come the Clooney baby rumours  (Celeb Dirty Laundry)  

Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa on holiday (Pop Sugar)    

Shaun White's dick harassment (The Superficial

Selena Gomez in Vogue (Popoholic)  

Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill are renting together (TMZ)  

Beyoncé & the Deputy

August 18, 2016 19:22:51 Posted at August 18, 2016 19:22:51
Lainey Posted by Lainey
AKM-GSI, Splash News

Beyoncé has a break off from touring and is spending her holiday as she often does – on a yacht, in Europe. Formation doesn’t pick up again until September but before that it’s the VMAs on August 28th where she leads all nominees. Full Story

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Don’t Think Twice

August 18, 2016 17:04:22 Posted at August 18, 2016 17:04:22
Sarah Posted by Sarah

Comedian Mike Birbiglia’s feature film debut as a writer/director, Sleepwalk With Me, is a fantastic film, and his sophomore effort, Don’t Think Twice, is even better. Birbiglia makes comedies about comedy about life, and the natural comparison would be to Woody Allen, a fellow New York comedian who writes and directs talky, adult-oriented comedies that are (supposed to be) metaphors for life. Full Story