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  1. Margot Robbie Skates Past the Haters in First 'I, Tonya' Teaser

    We've only gotten a few brief glimpses of Aussie actress Margot Robbie in character as disgraced American figure skater Tonya Harding, but what we've seen so far has been extremely promising. Now, the first teaser trailer for the biopic "I, Tonya" is finally here, and it definitely lives up to the hype.

    The short clip features voiceover from Robbie-as-Harding, lamenting the "bullsh*t" double standard of skating fans adoring her one minute, then turning their backs on her the next.

    "America -- they want someone to love," Harding says. "But they want someone to hate."

    We see that dichotomy clearly in the teaser, which predominantly features footage from Harding's crowning achievement as a skater: Landing a triple axle jump at the 1991 U.S. Figure Skating Championship, the first time a woman successfully completed the skill in competition. But there are cuts to darker moments, too, namely the infamous 1994 attack on rival Nancy Kerrigan, perpetrated by Harding's estranged husband (played by a mustachioed Sebastian Stan), which earned the skater a lifetime ban from the sport. (Harding has maintained that she didn't know about the plot until after it was carried out.)

    "I, Tonya" was hailed by critics when it hit the film festival circuit earlier this year, and Robbie and Allison Janney (who plays Tonya's mother, LaVona Golden) are generating serious Oscar buzz. Based on this short tease, we have reason to believe that Robbie especially will definitely earn those accolades.

    "I, Tonya" opens in limited release in New York City and Los Angeles on December 8. A wide release date has not been announced yet.

  2. This 'SNL' 'Climate Change' Sketch Is Totally Mocking Ian Somerhalder

    "Saturday Night Live" posted a sketch "cut for time" that definitely took a bite at "The Vampire Diaries" star Ian Somerhalder.

    The "Climate Change" digital short stars Beck Bennett as self-absorbed actor Blake Vilanti (Beck Bennett) -- who plays Simon on The CW series "Simon Slays" -- as he attempts to fix the environment "before any other actor." Blake Vilanti teams up with Dr. Robert Khan (played by host Kumail Nanjiani) -- "one of the highest-grossing doctors in the climate world" -- to save the planet, then asks him ridiculous things like "What IS the ocean?" and which is his best headshot.

    CW's 'The Vampire Diaries' Panel - Comic-Con International 2014So we have a fedora-wearing actor on a vampire show on The CW who prominently advocates for the environment. It definitely looked like a shot at TVD's Ian Somerhalder.

    Watch the sketch:According to TVLine, it was definitely a Somerhalder spoof:

    "[A]nyone who watches The CW on even a semi-regular basis can tell that Blake is a parody of former Vampire Diaries actor Ian Somerhalder. His love of fedoras is outmatched only by his passion for helping the environment, which led him to create his own foundation that aims to 'empower, educate and collaborate with people and projects to positively impact the planet and its creatures.' (I would argue that Somerhalder is far more informed than Bennett's character, but I'm not about to deconstruct the whole sketch here.)"

    Many fans commented in defense of Somerhalder, writing versions of posts like this: "Interesting that SNL decides to mock someone using their celebrity to work towards making our planet conducive to continue sustaining human life... didn't know that was funny."

    Others saw the humor, and saw it as a compliment-of-sorts that Somerhalder even made it onto SNL's radar. "Funny. But yes, Ian definitely knows more than the character. And the Foundation has done good with the money donated. Grants have been given to aid animals in need. You can read success stories about that and more at"

    Twitter just loved the shade of it all, because ... Twitter:

    No but...


    — Elizabeth (@PrettyGirlBeMe) October 18, 2017

    This cut for time SNL sketch goes unfairly hard on Ian Somerhalder. It's brutal but I laughed hard.

    — UntemperedTerror (@UntemperedTV) October 18, 2017

    the fact that literally everybody - including other celebs - knows SNL was mocking ian somerhalder is hilarious

    — next (@lolawantswhat) October 19, 2017

    snl made a skit making fun of ian somerhalder i suddenly LOVE SNL

    — nainika 🌱 (@femmeblanchard) October 19, 2017

    Thanks to the SNL writer who binged The Vampire Diaries, became Team Stefan & decided to come for Ian Somerhalder 😂

    — Kelly (@MissKellyBeee) October 18, 2017

    it's kind of hilarious that this exaggerated caricature of a CW actor from SNL is just Ian Somerhalder

    — The Guyning (1980) (@yeblod) October 18, 2017

    We still love you, man!

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  3. 'UnREAL' Season 3 Comes Out Swinging in First Teaser Trailer

    Episode 210 day 7 of 7The "UnREAL" Season 3 drama is here already, thanks to the first teaser trailer.

    Like always, the Lifetime series is going to bring viewers all kinds of carefully constructed chaos. With characters Rachel (Shiri Appleby) and Quinn (Constance Zimmer) back at work on their reality TV series, they'll be stirring up trouble and creating "television gold." They have an interesting problem, though: Their show's star this season is a smart, sexy bachelorette looking to play by her own rules. Meanwhile, the men competing for her heart are up to crazy antics, like cutting off each other's man buns and brawling.

    This season there are three women running the show and it's a real game-changer! 😏

    A post shared by UnREAL (@unrealtv) on

    Appleby previously told Moviefone that "UnREAL" has course corrected after a season that she described as "not us at our best." One of change they made was getting back to the show's feminist roots and adding another strong woman to the story. Hopefully, that means no one will die or suffer a terrible accident this season.

    "UnREAL" Season 3 premieres Feb. 26 on Lifetime.

  4. Watch Jane Fonda Discover That Her Latest Film Has an Awkward Title, Depending on Your Accent

    FRANCE-FASHION-COSMETICS-LOREALWhoever named Jane Fonda's latest movie must not have been Irish.

    The soon-to-be 80-year-old actress learned what the wrong -- or maybe right? -- accent does to the film's title while she was a guest on the U.K. talk series "The Graham Norton Show" last week. When Norton, the show's Irish host, asked Fonda about her new Netflix film, "Our Souls at Night," he cautioned that "you have to be careful how you say it." It quickly became clear why, because his pronunciation caused fellow guests Colin Farrell, Bryan Cranston, and Matt Lucas all to break out into laughter.

    Fonda was adorably confused, so Farrell helped clear it up for her by starting to tell her what "arsehole" means in Ireland. Luckily, she caught on before he had to get too graphic, and then found the whole thing as funny as everyone else did.

    Watch below, starting around 0:50 for the "Our Souls"/"arseholes" exchange.

    Fonda stars in "Our Souls at Night" with Robert Redford, and the film is now streaming on Netflix.

  5. 'Thor: Ragnarok' Stars Chide TV Host for Revealing Big Spoiler in Awkward Interview

    Thor: Ragnarok Sydney Screening EventOops... An Australian TV host revealed a pretty major "Thor: Ragnarok" spoiler during a talk show interview with stars Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo, repeating the spoiler twice before the actors cut him off.

    The spoiler comes around the 6:20 minute mark of the video below, from the TV show "The Project."

    Spoilers ahead!As the video shows, the group was talking about Hemsworth and fellow Australian Cate Blanchett, who co-stars in "Thor: Ragnarok" as Hela, the Goddess of Death. That's all fans knew about her ... until one of the TV hosts casually revealed this:

    TV host: "Obviously, it's a star-studded cast. Our very own, the gorgeous Cate Blanchett plays your sister, Chris, and for a lot of this movie, your sister, she's trying to kill you, your brother's..."

    Hemsworth jumped in: "You can't say sister. You can't give that away."

    Ruffalo added: "Ixnay on the ister-say."

    Hemsworth: "This is not live, is it? We can rewind."

    Ruffalo: "Is that a spoiler?"

    The TV host said he should probably remove everything else after that question. The audience just laughed. In the Marvel comics, Hela is related to Thor as Loki's daughter, but apparently this sister bit is one of the movie's twist.

    In related spoiler news, Ruffalo accidentally live-streamed the start of "Thor: Ragnarok" during the premiere, giving fans 10-15 minutes of audio. Ruffalo later explained to Australia's Studio 10 that he thought he shut it off, but he had never done Instagram Live before and didn't press the required two buttons to stop it. So a random woman he didn't know came up behind him during the premiere, poked him on the shoulder, and said to turn his phone off 'cause he was broadcasting the whole movie.

    Watch him explain that oops:By the time they're done, there will be no more "Thor: Ragnarok" surprises left before the Friday, November 3 opening. But at least they're having a good time on the spoiler promotion tour!

    [Via: CinemaBlend, Comicbook]

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  6. Watch Nicole Kidman Get Adorably Flustered Explaining That Alexander Skarsgard Emmys Kiss

    69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - ShowThis is the kind of hilarious conversation you get when you put Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Bryan Cranston, and Matt Lucas on the same couch.

    The foursome gathered on "The Graham Norton Show" last week, and the conversation turned to Kidman's Emmy-winning HBO series "Big Little Lies." Graham Norton showed a photo of Kidman kissing her co-star Alexander Skarsgard, who played her character's abusive husband, before he accepted his own award.

    "You are so provocative, Graham," Kidman teased, wondering why he showed that photo when "I also kissed my husband, too." Bryan Cranston joked that the photo made it look like Kidman's husband, singer Keith Urban, was applauding the Skarsgard kiss, wanting it to continue.

    Kidman laughed through the playful ribbing, saying, "I did kiss [Skarsgard], but you've got to understand, I did everything with Alex." Norton said yes they saw that on screen. Kidman continued, "I've got an amazing, supportive, gorgeous husband who I love more than anything in the world, and I gave Alex a congratulatory kiss, and he's like a mannequin. I mean, not a mannequin." Everyone laughed and the flustered Kidman gave up even trying. "I'm done!"

    The conversation then turned to her 50th birthday and the fun she had with her husband, with fireworks and ... "other stuff."

    Watch that part of the convo:You may not know Matt Lucas -- he called himself the B-lister of the bunch -- but you should watch him tell some mistaken identity stories in this next video. At one point, he asked Colin Farrell if he were ever mistaken for another celebrity. Farrell said he's often mistaken for Colin Firth -- "who has me by an Oscar and at least 10 inches, and a lot of decorum." He said he tried to sign up for a gym once, and when they went to process his information, he heard one of the employees whispering, "Yeah, Colin Firth is here."

    Watch that video: You might as well keep going and watch Bryan Cranston talk about having tunnel sex in the Alps: Just make these exact people go on every talk show together, telling stories and joking around with each other.

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  7. 'Stranger Things' Season 2 Clip Reveals Part of Eleven's Journey

    Stranger ThingsThe fate of Eleven has gotten some much needed clarity.

    With "Stranger Things" Season 2 due out in less than two weeks, Netflix has continued to reveal new information about what lies ahead for our favorite kids from Hawkins, Indiana. The latest tidbit came in a clip released Monday at MCM Comic Con. If you don't want any spoilers, stop reading now.

    Thanks to Season 2's trailers, we know Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) will find her way out of the Upside Down and back to Hawkins, Indiana. Now, we also know how she'll escape the eerie world where we last saw her. The new scene shows her finding a strange pink membrane that separates her from the school hallway. With the help of her powers, she is able to break on through to the other side.

    Here we go! @milliebbrown introduces world exclusive, never before seen footage from @Stranger_Things 2!

    — MCM Comic Con (@MCMComicCon) October 16, 2017

    There is nothing like the promise of Eggo waffles as an incentive, is there?

    We can't wait to see where else the show will take Eleven and the others when the story continues. "Stranger Things" Season 2 is available on Netflix starting Oct. 27.

  8. 'Saturday Night Live' Spoofs 'IT' With 'Kellywise' and It's Truly Horrific

    Kate McKinnon gave fans Pennywise the Dancing Clown, by way of DC's Harley Quinn, in an instant classic "Saturday Night Live" sketch.

    Kumail Nanjiani hosted on October 14, and he did a great job, but it was McKinnon who stole the show (again), especially in this spoof of the horror movie "IT."

    McKinnon broke out her Kellyanne Conway and Hillary Clinton impressions for the "IT" sketch, forcing Anderson Cooper (Alex Moffat) to face his greatest fears when tempted by "Kellywise" in the sewer.

    Anderson: "What did you do to your makeup?"
    Kellywise: "I toned it down. ... Put me on TV."

    Watch the "Kellywise" sketch:The end of the video is the scariest -- that dancing! -- but the sewer parts reminded many fans of Harley Quinn. McKinnon should keep that exact look on standby for the next Joker/Harley movies.

    Speaking of Kate-as-Kellyanne, though, how does this "IT" bit compare to her "Fatal Attraction" parody? Wonder what's next...

    Head here to watch more SNL videos, including Kumail Nanjiani's fantastic monologue. SNL Season 43 continues with host Larry David and musical guest Miley Cyrus on November 4.

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  9. Eleven Returns in 'Stranger Things 2' Final Trailer

    In the final trailer for "Stranger Things 2," we see glimpses of a giant spider-like creature, Will Byers facing down something sinister all by himself, and -- hurrah -- the return of Eleven, who's now got curly hair!

    Eleven (Milly Bobby Brown) appeared to have sacrificed herself to save her friends in the Season 1 finale, but fortunately, she's back... and so is her hair!

    An ailing Will (Noah Schnapp) is undergoing a series of tests at the hospital with Joyce (Winona Ryder) demanding to know what's wrong with her son. Police Chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour) tells Joyce that Will's nightmares aren't nightmares at all: They're real!

    There's also Nancy (Natalia Dyer) telling Will's brother Jonathan (Charlie Heaton): "Don't you think it's weird how we only seem to hang out when the world's about to end?"

    We see most of the gang bearing guns as the prepare to face down something big and Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) declaring, "It's Judgment Day!" Luckily, Steve (Joe Keery) still has that nail-spiked bat handy.

    We also get brief glimpses of new characters played by Sean Astin and Paul Reiser. Who, respectively, were in the much-referenced '80s classics "The Goonies" and "Aliens."

    The season, which premieres October 27, begins (appropriately enough) on Halloween, with the kids dressed up as Ghostbusters.

  10. 'Saturday Night Live' Posts Cut Gal Gadot Sketch & Kumail Nanjiani Promo

    "Saturday Night Live" shared a sketch cut from the Oct. 7 episode -- but it's not one of the two Harvey Weinstein bits they also cut.

    Gal Gadot hosted last weekend, and this "The Last Fry" sketch "cut for time" basically gives her another hot chick role, with Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney as two oblivious dude-bros too obsessed with their '90s song to pay attention to the nuclear apocalypse around them:Fans seem into the sketch, wondering why it was cut. They may also wonder why two Harvey Weinstein bits were cut, and SNL has yet to post those online.

    According to Variety, there was a Weinstein joke in the "Weekend Update" segment that was cut, and another reference in a "Film Panel" sketch that was cut entirely. Weinstein was not the sole focus of that sketch, Variety reported, but a reference was made to his scandal. The sketches were cut after they reportedly fell flat with the audience in dress rehearsal. Cutting material is a weekly occurrence to whittle the show down from two hours in dress rehearsal to fit into a 90-minute timeslot. But it is kind of glaring that they had no references to the biggest showbiz scandal of the week, and many blamed SNL boss Lorne Michaels for protecting Weinstein.

    It's hard to imagine they'll continue to ignore the Weinstein scandal in the Saturday, Oct. 14 episode, which is being hosted by the great Kumail Nanjiani with musical guest P!nk. Here's Nanjiani's promo, which shows him getting lost trying to find the SNL studio:SNL airs Saturdays at 11:29 p.m. ET on NBC.

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  11. Wait, Ross From 'Friends' Invented Netflix's Emmy-Winning 'Black Mirror' Episode?

    Could this BE more mind-blowing?

    "Friends" ended its run in 2004, 12 years before "Black Mirror" Season 3 would create the amazing episode called "San Junipero," which just earned multiple 2017 Emmys for Netflix. But Netflix itself recently dug up some "Friends" footage that suggests Ross (David Schwimmer) predicted or even invented the storyline of the episode.

    Warning: Part of the "San Junipero" plot will be spoiled for you, by Ross, if you haven't seen it.

    Check out this casual exchange between Ross and Chandler (Matthew Perry), which played out as the "Friends" credits rolled:

    "By the year 2030, there will be computers that can carry out the same amount of functions as an actual human brain. So, theoretically, you can download your thoughts and memories into this computer and live forever as a machine."

    The live audience laughed at the idea, as Chandler gave it some deep thought. Then the Netflix video cut to a brief shot of Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis dancing in the 2016 "Black Mirror" episode "San Junipero," which basically played out the scenario Ross predicted.

    Netflix every-so-wittily titled their video "The One Where Ross Invents San Junipero":
    To Netflix, this is all just a cute way to promote both "Black Mirror" and "Friends," which are now streaming. But from here, it's still another sign that "Friends" is the key to EVERYTHING.

    You should watch all of "Black Mirror" before Season 4. The episodes are standalones, so you don't have to catch up on a continuing storyline, but each episode is a diamond worth treasuring. Season 4 will premiere sometime in 2017, which means in the next two months, on Netflix.

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  12. Latest 'Justice League' Trailer Has an Inspiring Message of Unity

    The latest "Justice League" trailer is as uplifting as it is action-packed.

    Warner Bros. Pictures released the new preview on Sunday, and it has a surprisingly moving message. The trailer shows its DCEU superheroes learning to work together in the face of evil, including issues that are all too real.

    "Violence, acts of war, and terrorism are all on the rise," we hear in the trailer.

    The line refers specifically to the time since the death of Superman (Henry Cavill) in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," but the threats mirror the ones we see in real life, as well. Therefore, it's nice to see the characters come together, however reluctantly they are in the beginning.

    "Divided, we are not enough," Batman (Ben Affleck) says as we watch them join forces to save the world.

    Watch Batman, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) take on evil below.

    "Justice League" hits theaters on Nov. 17.

  13. Safelite Calls Creepy 'Saturday Night Live' Parody 'a Step Too Far' & 'Not Cool'

    Gal Gadot and Kate McKinnon had a "Wonder"-ful time on "Saturday Night Live," but the folks at Safelite are less pleased.

    After a powerful cold open from Jason Aldean -- and amid host Gadot's "Wonder Woman" and O.J. dating sketches -- was a random little digital short spoofing auto glass repair company Safelite.

    Beck Bennett played a Safelite tech, copying the shaved-head look of a tech their cracked-windshield ads. He seemed to be a godsend to the mom and high school daughter played by Aidy Bryant and Melissa Villasenor, fixing their car's windshield so the teen could compete in her basketball game. But things got creepy fast. The tech kept having to return and fix the windshield, because it turns out he had been damaging it in order to keep coming back to see the 17-year-old daughter. ("So basically a full woman.")

    Watch the sketch video:The company responded on Twitter, not thrilled to see their techs represented by a lecherous stalker, but also not overly confrontational about it:

    @nbcsnl thx for thinking of us. We're proud of our techs and none of them are actors. Their focus is on quality, safety and service.

    — Safelite AutoGlass® (@safelite) October 8, 2017

    @nbcsnl thanks for the skit. Although we can take a joke, this one was a step too far. Our techs are our heroes. #notcool

    — Safelite AutoGlass® (@safelite) October 8, 2017

    That's a fair assessment, from their singled-out-unfairly perspective, but "#NotCool" is such a funny bro response, you have to kind of laugh along.

    Watch more videos from the Oct. 7 SNL. Kumail Nanjiani hosts next, with musical guest P!nk, on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 11:29 p.m. on NBC.

    [Via: EW]

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  14. Isla Fisher Is Not Amy Adams, But Someone Still Needs to Tell Lady Gaga

    Isla Fisher was not in "American Hustle." She was not in "Enchanted." She is not Amy Adams. OK, they were both in "Nocturnal Animals," and that was confusing, but Not All Gingers Are the Same. (Not even Jessica Chastain and Bryce Dallas Howard, although ... are we positive?)

    Isla Fisher was just on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote her new book, and Kimmel said he was Googling her name, and saw that "Amy Adams" often pops up with it. He asked the Australian "Wedding Crashers" star if people often confuse her with the five-time Oscar nominee. Fisher answered:

    "Yes, they do, and I usually correct them. Sometimes I don't. A couple of times I can think of it's been quite funny."

    Fisher said she was once at one of those fancy Hollywood parties, and she was all dressed up at the bar...

    "The crowds parted and there was Lady Gaga, and she's heading right toward me. And she said, 'Thank you, your performance in 'American Hustle,' Amy, was [amazing].' And I'm thinking 'Oh my gosh, It's Lady Gaga, I love her so much, I don't want to tell her the truth.' So I just gracefully thanked her, bowed my head. And then she wants to talk about the performance, and now I'm thinking, 'I don't want to be a liar.' And then I look over her shoulder, and there's Amy Adams walking into the party. So I'm like 'There's Isla Fisher.' I said, 'She's not even nominated for anything, what's she doing here?'"

    Hahaha. Fisher added another quick "low point" story on the subject. She said she was at an IKEA with her newborn baby (one of her three with husband Sacha Baron Cohen), exhausted and just trying to take a breath in the corner when a woman and her two kids approached her. They were so excited to meet "Amy Adams" and asked her to sing a song from "Enchanted." So she got out a few notes before they realized their mistake and backed away.

    How much of those stories is really true and how much is exaggerated? Doesn't really matter. Her "Kimmel" video is gold (or ginger?) and ends with a great PSA to make it clear that Isla Fisher is not Amy Adams:You may recall when Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica Chastain promoted a (really catchy) PSA song that attempted to differentiate them. And Chris Pine's "SNL" monologue included a song to help separate him from the other Chrises.

    Some fans really have been living in ginger confusion all this time:

    Damn i always thought it was Isla in Enchanted

    — Raven-haired girl (@fathiima_k) October 6, 2017

    I watched Nocturnal Animals all the way through, then saw the credits and said, "Isla Fisher was in this?"

    — Nicky Spencer (@authornicky) October 6, 2017

    Update: I thought Amy Adams was in more movies because she is the doppelganger of Isla Fisher.

    — Magnanimous Jeff (@JeffForMayor) October 6, 2017

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  15. Watch Julia Roberts Reenact Career Highlights With James Corden

    Julia Roberts has found quite the co-star in late-night host James Corden.

    While appearing on "The Late Late Show" on Wednesday night, the Academy Award-winning actress revisited the highlights of her prolific career. To accomplish that feat, all she needed was Corden, a green screen, and some clever, if perfectly ridiculous, props. Their reenactments aren't necessarily up to Roberts's Oscar-worthy standards, but they're definitely fun.

    In less than 10 minutes, the two manage to get through more than two dozen of her movies. Their selection spans the decades, ranging from 1988's "Mystic Pizza" all the way through present day. Hidden in the middle is a scene from her upcoming film "Wonder," and they oh-so-subtly plug it and its release date.

    Watch the hilarious video below -- even Roberts can't keep a straight face.

    Catch Roberts in "Wonder" starting on Nov. 17.

    "The Late Late Show with James Corden" airs weeknights at 12:37 a.m. ET/PT.

  16. Host Gal Gadot Destroys the 'Saturday Night Live' Studio in Stunning Promo

    New Wonder Woman film"Wonder Woman" goddess Gal Gadot is a little TOO used to breaking down barriers.

    Gadot is hosting "Saturday Night Live" for the first time this Saturday, Oct. 7, with Sam Smith as musical guest. As usual, NBC posted a promo for the episode, with SNL-ers Leslie Jones, Mikey Day, and Beck Bennett in the studio, waiting for the host to arrive. Bennett asks if they think Gadot is anything like Wonder Woman in real life ... and on that note, Gadot busts through the wall in a gorgeous red dress.

    Watch the promo:Yeah, she probably should've used the door. The real question is how we're supposed to pronounce her name. She has said Gal (like gal vs guy) GuhDOTTTT (hard T), but everyone seems to say it a dozen different ways, so maybe she'll set the record straight once and for all on SNL.

    Beyond excited to be hosting #SNL this Saturday with musical guest @samsmithworld . Make sure you tune in! 💃🏻

    — Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) October 4, 2017

    Earlier today, SNL's official Twitter account shared their take on "Justice League":

    This Saturday, we're all in. #SNL

    — Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) October 5, 2017

    Hopefully we'll see more of that crew on Oct. 7.

    SNL Season 43 airs Saturdays at 11:29 p.m. on NBC.

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  17. 'SNL': Ryan Gosling Has a 3-Minute Tantrum About 'Avatar' Font & It's Oscar-Worthy

    Host Ryan Gosling laughed through so many sketches in the "Saturday Night Live" premiere, but he stayed intensely focused for this brilliant pre-taped bit on the awful font of "Avatar."

    SNL launched its 43rd season on September 30, and one of the final sketches of the night was "Papyrus." It followed the manic obsession of Gosling's character with the idea that James Cameron could've used any font he wanted for the highest-grossing film of all time, and he chose ... Papyrus:Dammit, the man can commit.

    SNL guest stars are eligible for Emmys, not Oscars, but that right there was an Oscar-worthy performance. And it was relatable for anyone who has spent years obsessing over a niche detail no one else cares about.

    According to Vanity Fair, the sketch writer was Julio Torres, and he basically tweeted the entire concept in May:

    Every day I wake up and remember that Avatar, a huge international blockbuster, used Papyrus font for their logo and no one stopped them.

    — julio torres ~* (@juliothesquare) May 23, 2017

    "Avatar" came out in 2009, but -- as Gosling's character just discovered -- a bunch of sequels are coming. They just started production, and the four films will reportedly cost $1 billion to make.

    Check out more videos from the SNL premiere. Gal Gadot and Sam Smith are next on October 7.

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  18. Watch Ryan Gosling Try to Break Through Security in 'SNL' Promo

    The hardest part of hosting "Saturday Night Live" might just be getting into the building.

    With Ryan Gosling set to return to "SNL" on Saturday, NBC has released a new promo for the Sept. 30 episode. In it, he shares how excited he is "give the world [his] soul," only to encounter a big obstacle: the 30 Rock security team. When he tries to get into NBC Studios without a visitors' badge, no one wants to let him in. He does his best to bust his way through, but they're "doing a crackerjack job."

    Watch below.

    Gosling previously hosted "SNL" in December 2015, an experience he describes in the promo as "magical." He starred in some memorable skits, and we look forward to the even more unforgettable ones he has promised us. On top of having Gosling back in action, the Sept. 30 episode will feature Jay-Z as the musical guest.

    "SNL" airs Saturdays at 11:30 ET on NBC.

  19. 'This Is Us' Creator Teases 'Little Markers' Throughout Season 2 Explaining Jack's Death

    This Is Us - Season 2One huge question was answered during the "This Is Us" Season 2 premiere, but it only raised many more.

    The hit NBC drama's creator, Dan Fogelman, chatted with star Milo Ventimiglia during the after-show, and the two warned that fans will have to be patient as the specifics of Jack's death are slowly revealed in the coming episodes.

    "So we know we're marching toward something, and we now know what we're marching toward," Fogelman said. "And we have these little markers that I think you'll see in the course of this season that will bring you closer to everything people want to know about Jack's death."

    Don't expect the clues to be obvious, though. Fogelman warned that fans will have to be alert to catch them.

    "Pay attention and be patient, I think is the key," he said.

    We're going to be stuck without answers for the foreseeable future, but we look forward to getting them, heartbreaking as they'll be. In the meantime, we'll take whatever clues the show gives us and probably ugly-cry at least once a week.

    "This Is Us" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

  20. Watch Jimmy Fallon Play a 'This Is Us' Sound Guy Reacting Just Like the Rest of Us

    Now that "This Is Us" has returned, we're back to crying weekly without any shame.

    The premiere episode got right back into yanking at our heartstrings, a fact that Jimmy Fallon made light of on "The Tonight Show" afterward. With the help of stars Sterling K. Brown (Randall), Chrissy Metz (Kate), and Milo Ventimilgia (Jack), he put together a skit showing more or less what viewers go through each week. Although he played a fictional "This Is Us" crew member rather than a fan, it was hilariously relatable; Dale the sound guy was no better at keeping his tears at bay than we are.

    Based on the Season 2 premiere, we'd say the show's ability to make fans cry didn't weaken over the hiatus. On Twitter, fans managed to fit in time between blowing their noses and wiping away tears to tweet about the episode, and they made it clear they were moved.

    Took me a good 20 minutes to stop crying after that #ThisIsUs episode. Jack reminds me so much of my father and it makes me miss him a lot😔

    — Tessa (@tessav87) September 27, 2017

    if you don't watch #thisisus you need to. so much truth & realness when it comes to family & relationships & sacrifice & love.

    — A. (@musingsofminaa) September 27, 2017

    We girls should really have Wednesdays off to process stuff. #ThisIsUs

    — Karen West (@karenwest973) September 27, 2017

    "This Is Us" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

  21. New 'Mean Tweets' With Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson Ends With Ultimate Mic Drop

    Jimmy Kimmel's latest round of A-list "Mean Tweets" may be the best yet, thanks to a classic (if crude) comeback.

    Believe it or not, this is the 11th edition of the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" staple, with celebrities reading off nasty things tweeted about them. This group had some great reactions to the tweets, including sassy responses from Jennifer Lawrence and John Lithgow, and this epic final burn from Kumail Nanjiani:

    Mean tweet: "Is Kumail Nanjiani's d*ck multiple colors?"
    Numail: "Yes. Every shade of your mom's lipstick. And her butthole."

    Daaaaaaaaaamn. Yes, that's crude. But the mean tweets are almost all that juvenile, so it's fitting.

    This 11th round of #MeanTweets features Gal Gadot, Emma Watson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Elisabeth Moss, John Lithgow, Dave Chappelle, Jeffrey Tambor, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Aniston, Jim Parsons, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Jennifer Lawrence, Kristen Bell, Bob Odenkirk, Michael Keaton, Alec Baldwin, and Kumail Nanjiani.

    Jim Parsons probably got the harshest one. Michael Keaton's is great, and so is his reaction. Love that Wonder Woman basically trolled her troll by questioning "Imma" as a valid word.

    Watch them all:

    If you need more, here's the 10th edition, with Ryan Gosling and Bryan Cranston, and here's the ninth with Daniel Radcliffe.

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  22. 'Pitch Perfect 3' Trailer Shows the Bellas on Thier Farewell Tour

    The new trailer for "Pitch Perfect 3" indicates this is the final curtain call for everyone's favorite a cappella group. But are the Bellas themselves -- and audiences, for that matter -- really ready to say goodbye?

    When we pick up with our post-college protagonists, it's clear that they're all longing to be back in the spotlight. (Fat Amy even resorts to punching a giant fish in frustration.) Luckily, a USO tour is looking for participants, and the Bellas hop a jet overseas.

    They quickly realize, though, that not everyone performs without instruments ("We like to keep it oral," Chloe not-so-helpfully interjects when a plugged-in group fronted by Ruby Rose takes the stage), and they're not exactly the hot ticket anymore. Can the girls come to grips with moving on in life? And will Beca really sign a solo contract, leaving her fellow Bellas in the dust?

    We have a sneaking suspicion the latter answer will be "no." As for moving on, the "Pitch Perfect" series may or may not be wrapping after this flick bows, depending on whether you believe the stars or the studio's marketing. We'll have to wait and see how things shake out.

    "Pitch Perfect 3" is due in theaters on December 22.

  23. First 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure' Trailer & Photos Show Dylan O'Brien in Action

    Maze Runner: The Death Cure CR: FoxIt's been a crazy year-and-a-half since Dylan O'Brien's serious injury filming 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure,' but he finished it, and the first photos are now out. (UPDATE: The first trailer is now out, too. See below.)

    "The Death Cure," the third film in the "Maze Runner" franchise, has Thomas (O'Brien) searching for a cure to a virus called "The Flare." The movie was originally scheduled for release in February 2017, but that was changed several times to accommodate O'Brien's injuries and post-production work, finally setting on January 26, 2018.

    20th Century Fox recently released the first film photos showing O'Brien and costars Giancarlo Esposito (Jorge), Kaya Scodelario (Teresa Agnes), Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Newt), Patricia Clarkson (Ava Paige), and Rosa Salazar (Brenda), among others. The film also stars Nathalie Emmanuel, Katherine McNamara, Walton Goggins, and Barry Pepper.

    Maze Runner: The Death Cure CR: Joe Alblas/FoxMaze Runner: The Death Cure CR: FoxMaze Runner: The Death Cure CR: FoxMaze Runner: The Death Cure CR: Joe Alblas/Fox

    And here's the first trailer:O'Brien recently opened up about his tough journey back from the "dark place" he was in after his on-set injury. He said his initial gut instinct was to walk away from "The Death Cure," but after "a lot of deep searching" he realized that he did want to finish it.

    "Maze Runner: The Death Cure," sequel to 2015's "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials," opens January 26.

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  24. Pennywise Is Now Dancing to 'Shake It Off' and Doing the Macarena

    Besides terrifying children and dating the Babadook, evil "It" clown Pennywise also enjoys dancing, as it turns out.

    A new twitter account features videos of the clown dancing to "Shake It Off," Village People classic "YMCA," and Outkast's "Hey Ya." And doing the Macarena.

    Okay, it's a just the same brief scene of Pennywise doing an ominous jig set to various songs, but it will still probably make you smile. The most apt is probably Marilyn Manson's "Beautiful People," but that's just not as funny, is it?

    The account even did a "Mambo No. 5" version after "It" author Stephen King joked that's the song he wants to listen to for the rest of his life.

    Shake It Off!

    — Pennywise Dancing (@Pennywise_Dance) September 21, 2017

    The Macarena!

    — Pennywise Dancing (@Pennywise_Dance) September 21, 2017

    YMCA #ITMovie

    — Pennywise Dancing (@Pennywise_Dance) September 12, 2017

    Well... #ITMovie

    — Pennywise Dancing (@Pennywise_Dance) September 14, 2017
    [Via EW]
  25. Jennifer Lopez Asks 'Help Rebuild Puerto Rico' In Emotional Video

    Jennifer LopezJennifer Lopez shared an emotional video to Instagram last night, asking for people's help in rebuilding Puerto Rico after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.

    "What's on my mind is what's going on in Puerto Rico. The devastation is beyond belief," said Lopez, who in Las Vegas for her residency show. She said that she and her cousin still haven't been able to contact family members there.

    She added, "Today, Puerto Rico needs our help. I urge you to support and donate to the efforts of the First Lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Rosselló. Together we can help rebuild our island and the Caribbean."

    Lopez, who also stars on "Shades of Blue," asked people to donate at United for Puerto Rico.

    Hurricane Maria has killed at least 15 people in Puerto Rico and 20 more in several other Caribbean islands. Reports say that it may take up to 6 months to restore power to the devastated island, which was already reeling from the effects of Hurricane Irma.

    Lopez also reposted a video by her ex-husband Marc Anthony, who encouraged viewers to donate and support relief efforts as well.

    [Via ET Online]

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