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    "Space Jam 2" is something LeBron James would really like to see happen. 


    On Friday, "Today" co-anchor Willie Geist asked the NBA player, who was the surprise star of "Trainwreck," if he has more plans to make movies.


    "It's a passion of mine. Everything I do, I have a passion about it. If we could continue it, I know I don't have to dribble a basketball and fly through the air to do those type of things," he told Geist. 


    The 30-year-old's production company, SpringHill Entertainment, signed a partnership with Warner Bros. this past July, which sparked rumors that a sequel to the 1996 movie, which starred Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny, could be in the future for James.


    When asked if "Space Jam 2" could be more than just rumors,  James said, "We hope so. We're definitely missing Bugs and Daffy and [the] Tasmanian Devil and every last one of them, so hopefully we can do some great things."


    Warner Bros. has yet to officially announce plans for a sequel, but James' enthusiasm, coupled with the fact that the studio filed for new trademarks for "Space Jam" in June and that it remains the highest grossing basketball movie of all time bodes well for the future of "Space Jam 2."


     


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    Leather was the fabric of choice for Selena Gomez when she stepped out in West Hollywood Thursday night. 


    The 23-year-old "Good for You" singer, whose LP "Revival" is slated for an October release, was photographed leaving The Nice Guy with some friends. She wore a white button-down shirt, black leather pants and booties for the occasion. 


    So chic. 





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     Hall & Oates singer Daryl Hall is headed for divorce.


    The musician's wife Amanda Aspinall has filed for divorce after six years of marriage, Page Six reported Thursday.


    The docs were reportedly filed back in May; TMZ reports that the couple has a prenup.  



    Hall, 68, is currently on a summer tour across the U.S. with John Oates. This will be the blue-eyed singer's second divorce; he was previously married to to Bryna Lublin from 1969 to 1972. 


    Aspinall is the daughter of the late British zoo owner and gambling tycoon John Aspinall. The pair, who married in 2009, have no children together but Aspinall has two kids on her own. 


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    Khloe Kardashian is willing to go the extra mile for a Chipotle date with her man. 


    Kardashian flew private out of Los Angeles to Houston Thursday to see Harden, who plays for the Houston Rockets. Once she landed, the two headed to Chipotle, where they got some burrito bowls and extra guacamole, according to Us Weekly. Photos of their afternoon outing were shared on Twitter. 











    Though the two haven't officially confirmed their relationship, Harden has appeared in Khloe's Instagram photos, and was in LA over the weekend for Kylie Jenner's 18th birthday celebrations. His 25th birthday is later this month. 


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    Woody is finally about to get his own romantic comedy.


    We already knew that "Toy Story 4" would be a love story, but now we know who it will be about. Ahead of this year's Disney D23 expo on Friday, Pixar founder and Disney chief creative officer John Lasseter revealed the movie's new details to CNBC. "It's a love story with Woody and -- and this is news -- Bo Peep," he said. So it's like every other '90s Tom Hanks film, just animated and probably with a storyline about looking for sheep.


    But this news is even more interesting because it also means we will find out what happened to Bo Peep prior to "Toy Story 3." Fans of the movies will remember that Woody's love interest never appeared in the third film, besides a quick cameo in home movie flashbacks, and was referenced once when Woody confirmed she was one of the many friends the toy gang had lost. Pixar fans have pondered Bo's disappearance for years, debating it on forums and theorizing all the possibilities -- Did she get sold in a yard sale? Did she run away? Did she break? No one knows, but now there's hope Lasseter, who's directing "Toy Story 4," will finally tell us where she's been.




    For more, head to CNBC.


    "Toy Story 4" opens June 16, 2017.


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    At 26 years old, Xavier Dolan has already made five films -- his third of which won the Queer Palm at Cannes and his fifth of which shared the Jury Prize with French New Wave legend Jean-Luc Godard -- and is now gearing up to direct Oscar winner Marion Cotillard in his next film "It's Only the End of the World," and "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington in his seventh film. (Dolan confirmed to us that yes, the man formerly known as Jon Snow is still on board to be his next star.)


    The Huffington Post sat down film the writer-director-actor to discuss his fourth feature film, "Tom at the Farm," which finally arrives on U.S. screens this week two years after its debut at the 2013 Venice Film Festival. The thriller follows Dolan's Tom after the death of his lover, Guillaume. When Tom arrives at Guillaume's countryside home for the funeral, he learns that the mother, Agathe (Lise Roy), knows nothing of her late son's sexuality. However, Guillaume's brother, Francis (Pierre-Yves Cardinal), does and uses violence and aggression to keep his mother ignorant, which slowly brews a tense, psychosexual relationship between himself and Tom.


    Beyond being the first genre film in Dolan's filmography, "Tom at the Farm" also marks the filmmaker's return in front of the camera. Dolan discussed this shift in genre with HuffPost, his regrets about "Laurence Anyways," why he really doesn't want you to call "Tom" a "queer movie" and how he hopes to change the way minorities are represented in film beyond labels. 



    "Tom" is so different from your other work. Why did you decide to break away from your signature style to make a genre film?


    There had been three other movies before and they were all pretty much related in terms of style and tone. But this one felt like it needed to be -- I wanted to try something new. It’s also very stimulating to know that you have to be abiding by certain rules, that you have to be understanding the codes. That is a very inspiring aim, to think you are making a genre film thriller, that you need to be respecting some rules. [...] It was a first for me, and it was the beginning of a new way of making movies. 

    Because it was so dedicated to respecting that genre? 


    Because the genre forced questions and reflections and thinking and reasoning. It was the first time that I was really intellectualizing the approach. [...] I was thinking about the final result for the first time. The previous movie [“Laurence Anyways"] was a big budget, for that sort of movie. It was a huge step for me and I made many, many, many mistakes. 


    What types of mistakes in "Laurence"?


    There are so many. It’s not necessarily mistakes that you feel, maybe they’ve been disguised. It’s mistakes in terms of writing and some choices that seem to be solely commanded by style and not by what could have been perhaps more emotionally stirring. Everytime I bring that up, people are like, “What mistakes precisely?” I cannot give you an extensive list, but I can feel them, they’re everywhere, minor or major details. I think the point in making movies is to get better. And as in anything you do in life, whether you’re an artist or an accountant, I think you always strive for betterment or improvement. 



    You’ve already garnered so much acclaim at such a young age. Besides getting better, what's your mission as a filmmaker at this moment? What do you want to accomplish?


    I guess I want to tell stories that are emotionally compelling, that will move people, whether it is in simple ways or in a more complex fashion. You want people to remember your movies and your stories. You want those movies to initiate debates and thinking and loving.


    I think what I’ve been striving to achieve is to outline, or underline, the notion of how society deals with different people and diversity. I think I’ve been trying to feature the marginality in a way where we’re talking about radically different people. How different people deal with society and how society deals with different people. What is the place we leave for diversity, even artistically? What is the scenery that we offer to diversity, if not an underground, subcultural, independent scenery? Is there really a place for diversity? There is a place for diversity, but there isn’t enough place. I think I’ve been fighting for that. Also in saying those movies are not queer, those movies are just movies.


    By not labeling them “queer films"?


    I mean they can be queer if you want, as much as others can be Jewish or black. But that is not a very interesting label, one that we wouldn’t necessarily bare, right? I don’t think that you’d say, “Have you seen this black movie?” And hopefully in 10 years, we won’t be using those tags and those labels.




    Do you hope your films are breaking those labels?


    I certainly do. I mean, this is a thriller and it’s accessible to everyone. This conversation, this matter, those exact words, have been welcomed with, I'd say, sometimes a lot of violence by the gay community because people feel that I’m ashamed or that I’m being coy or that I’m not engaged -- I am. I am socially engaged to that cause and I’m embracing it, but to me it seems that the future isn’t in the past. When I look back, I see people naming things and ghettoizing. I think that in the future -- so now -- we should abolish those. [...] All I’m trying to say is I think a way to fight homophobia and intolerance is probably not -- not in that case, that is -- is not to stress things like we do, like we tend to do.


    Are you speaking about film specifically?


    In film. On ghettoizing. In saying it’s queer film. And queer culture is immense and obviously respectable and I acknowledge it. I just think this movie as a matter of fact does not belong, is not the property of a community. You know, I read an article about “Tom” and it was like, “Watch Xavier Dolan in his gay thriller.”


    From HuffPost?


    No. I don’t remember, actually.* I just saw the headline and was like, “Hm.”


    Last time I spoke to you about “Mommy,” you said you read every film review and how the initial negative criticism of “Tom” affected you. Are you still very conscious of negative reactions to your films?


    People have said negative things that have shaped who I am, literally, as an artist and a human being. I have been reading everything and it’s hurt me a lot. But whether it’s hurt me or my feelings are two different things. Because your feelings [being] hurt doesn’t mean what you’ve read isn’t educational, and I have grown through reading critics. There is a vast proportion of what you read that is hateful, demeaning, reductive, pretentious, heinous that you must learn to dismiss. But there is the rest, the balance of those reviews are inspiring and challenging in unfathomable ways. It’s made me think about how people see what I see.


    And that informs what you will do next?


    Always. Not what I will do next, how I will do next. What value does your approach in art have if it doesn’t mirror the quality of people’s perception of what you do? [...] I know some people never read any reviews and don’t care about people think. I do. I do because I don’t exist without that. [...] It forces you to reflect on what you could do differently to live your life and work and create with integrity, being true to yourself, but while being understood and appreciated. If you’re not getting better, what’s the purpose?


    This interview has been edited and condensed.


    "Tom at the Farm" is now playing.


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    The phrase “Bond girl” itself will probably never die, but like “007” and “Moneypenny” and “M,” it’s a label that’s taken on many forms, and has now outgrown the bikini-clad, gold-drenched objects of yore to the point that it’s virtually unrecognizable.

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    Rebecca Black just turned 18 and she’s forgotten how to flirt. It’s a problem. She might be at a party in a circle of friends, all of them egging her on, with an attractive and available-seeming (but not too available) guy standing just across the room, almost within earshot, occasionally stealing glances at her between sips from a perspiring Solo cup.

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    When discussing his masterful 1968 neo-noir Le Samourai, writer/director Jean-Pierre Melville said, “I’m not interested in realism. All my films hinge on the fantastic […] A film is first and foremost a dream.”

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     LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge on Friday ordered two women to stay away from Salma Hayek and her family after the actress accused them of impersonating her and threatening to kidnap her daughter.


    Superior Court Judge M.D. Fried ordered Liana Philippon and Odette Bodagh to stay 100 yards away from Hayek and her family and cease any activities to impersonate her.


    The order also applies to Hayek's husband and 7-year-old daughter.


    "This case arised out of a bizarre pattern of behavior by two apparently mentally disturbed individuals," Hayek's filing states. "Their actions include, among others, concocting ruses to meet Hayek's family members to obtain Hayek's contact information, impersonating Hayek to another celebrity, attempting to directly contact Hayek herself, and impersonating Hayek in contacting Hayek's minor child.


    "In one communication while posing as Hayek, Philippon made a veiled threat regarding kidnapping and ransoming Hayek's minor child," the filing states.


    An attempt to find phone numbers to obtain comment from Philippon and Bodagh was unsuccessful.


    A judge set a hearing for Sept. 4 to extend the restraining order. 


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    Beyoncé's September Vogue cover made us all bow down and thank the mag industry heavens. Now, the singer's new throwback with daughter Blue Ivy is making us bow down and thank the cute as heck ones. 


    The singer took to Instagram on Friday to share the photo in which the mom/goddess poses with her ridiculously adorable baby at 11 months. The two look glam, beaut, cute -- should we keep rhyming?



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    Our sincerest gratitude to the stylist who invented the baby topknot.


    Obviously we spend all our free time thinking about which slice of the entertainment industry Blue Ivy will dominate in a quick, like, 12 years. Music? (Probably.) Acting? ...Directing? Anyway, if she goes the model route, she'll have this little baby pic to TBT next to her own Vogue cover one day. After a bunch of future Instagrams of her and North West just, like, living that young fame life.


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    Jennifer Lawrence is officially 25 now, y'all!


    Happy birthday to the star, who -- like our love for her charming celebrity persona -- only gets more impressive and powerful with time. 


    In honor of the Aug. 15 occasion, The Huffington Post put together five reasons we love J.Law.




     


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    We're all mad (excited) here.


    On Friday Disney teased two posters on Facebook for its upcoming film "Alice Through The Looking Glass," a sequel to Tim Burton's 2010 film "Alice In Wonderland." 


    Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp return as Alice and Mad Hatter, respectively. So for those of you were worried you'd never see the likes of this again...




    ...you can take a nice exhale.






    With Burton signed on as producer and James Bobin directing, "Alice Through The Looking Glass" hits theaters May 27, 2016.


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    The Kardashian matriarch got kandid on a multitude of hot topics as cover star of Haute Living's September issue.


    To start, Kris Jenner addressed her daughter Kourtney Kardashian's recent breakup with longtime boyfriend Scott Disick. And she sounds like one proud mama.


    “[Kourtney's] kind of my hero right now -- she makes good decisions. She always puts her children first and is accepting, loving, and dedicated to her family -- she doesn’t get easily ruffled. This situation has made me realize how strong she is,” Jenner told the magazine.



     The 59-year-old is a grandmother to Kardashian and Disick's three children, Mason, Penelope and Reign, in addition to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter, North. Jenner also told the magazine that she worries about her grandchildren facing cyberbullying as they grow up:



     I worry about my grandchildren because the Internet can be brutal. What makes someone so evil and angry that they would say the cruelest things about another human being? I raised my kids kind of old-fashioned -- if you don’t have something nice to say, then don’t say it at all. I teach love, acceptance, and tolerance ... I sometimes think that this generation is lacking in decency. I’m strong enough and have a pretty thick skin, but when people go after my kids, I just hit block-delete, block-delete. It’s my mantra.



     


    And despite having to worry about cyberbullies, the paparazzi and the tabloids, Jenner revealed something else to the magazine that made us realize she's a lot more like us than we thought: Costco is her favorite store.


     “Oh, my goodness, I am obsessed with Costco! We do runs at least twice a week. I love the salmon and rotisserie chicken, the dog beds,” she said. 


     Yaaaaas, Kris, meet us by the free samples. 


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    Cheer up, kids -- everyone has an awkward stage, even gorgeous models like Amber Rose. 


    The 31-year-old, who is usually heating up Instagram with her barely there bikini pics, showed her 7.5 million followers on Friday that she wasn't always the epitome of glam with this epic #TBT: 



    Simply adorkable. 


    Rose seems to be in good spirits as of late -- she was spotted attending her ex-husband Wiz Khalifa's concert on Monday, where their 2-year-old son, Sebastian, briefly joined the rapper onstage:  



    Our Lil Rockstar! Sebastian took over his Dad's show last night

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     "Veronica Mars" actor Ryan Hansen also shared a photo of Rose and Khalifa, joking in the caption that he was their "divorce counselor." 



    Proud to announce my new gig as Divorce Counselor for @mistercap and @amberrose #boysofzummer

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    Glad to see these two are friendly exes. 


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    Kylie Jenner is killing it in her fam's high fashion tradition


    On Friday the newly 18-year-old star took to Instagram to share a new shot from her high fashion shoot with photographer Sasha Samsonova.



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    Mod hair on fleek.


    Jenner previously shared other cool, gorg images by the photographer: 



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    Kimye on Vogue, Kendall every-fashion-where and Kylie making her way to the top. It's a Kardashian world and we're just, like, trying to live in it.


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    Bradley Cooper and his girlfriend, Irina Shayk, turned heads during their Italian vacation earlier this week, and now you'll be doing another double take. The couple, who have been reportedly dating since May, were back out on the Amalfi Coast on Tuesday showing even more steamy PDA.

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    Ansel Elgort goes shirtless while posing with Theo James on the final day of filming their upcoming movie Allegiant on Friday (August 14).

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    "The View" co-host Raven Symone invited some very special guests to the ABC talk show on Friday -- her former "That's So Raven" co-stars Orlando Brown and Anneliese van der Pol. The three actors reminisced and shared some little-known details about the Disney comedy, which ran from 2003 to 2007.


    Symone revealed that van der Pol did not initially land the part of Chelsea, the title character's best friend. "Somebody else had the part, it was actually named a different show altogether ... and I remember when we were in the audition room, I told them, 'I'd rather play best friends with her than the girl you guys picked.'"


    "And I think [the show] was called 'Absolutely Psychic' at the time," van der Pol chimed in.


    Symone and van der Pol also revealed that they are going to share the stage again soon, as van der Pol is starring in a solo show in New York in September and invited Symone to join her for a performance. 


    And of course, it wouldn't be a true "That's So Raven" reunion without Kyle Massey, who played the part of Raven's little brother Cory on the show. 




    Now if you'll excuse us, we need to work on getting the theme song out of our heads. 


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    "Star Wars" fans, you might want to save some vacation days for this. 


    During the D23 Expo on Saturday, Disney revealed that Star Wars Land is coming to both Disneyland in Anaheim, California, and Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that Star Wars Land will be the largest themed land expansion, featuring 14 acres of all things "Star Wars."





    “These new lands at Disneyland and Walt Disney World will transport guests to a whole new Star Wars planet, including an epic Star Wars adventure that puts you in the middle of a climactic battle between the First Order and the Resistance,” Iger told the audience, Variety reported


    The force is strong with this one, you guys. 


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