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Andrew Garfield is getting into a lot of new relationships! But is ex Emma Stone jealous of him?

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Once dated, when partners move out of a relationship as ex’s they tend to keep more track of the other person’s lives and know what all they are experiencing and who all are the new ones on their lives.

One wants to be updated about the post-breakup scenario that two individuals face once they separate from each other since now they have the least control over their lives so all that they can do is stay updated even if they deny the same. However, many times they feel jealous or uncomfortable seeing their partners move on from their past and live a life as if nothing had happened in the past and act pretentious.

What gossip is the talk of the town in Hollywood among the celebrities?

Emma Stone is a famous personality from Hollywood and has been starring in several works on the media. It is natural for celebrities to have a personal life and a love life when they date people and move to someone else when they don’t see things working out between the two anymore as it would when they were together.

Her ex, Andrew Garfield is in a new relationship that she seems skeptical about due to the obvious reasons, not all can move on after a separation and have to deal with things differently from others. Coping mechanisms for everyone is different and unique when seen and analyzed.

The new couple is happy and satisfied together and they have moments that they share with their fans that they have been happy about. Fans like the new pair even if the two think alike in the same matter. However, not directly did stone mention her discontentment with her ex’s new relationship.

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How Superman IV Failed; Metropolitan at 30; DTF Video

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In today’s Movie News Rundown: How Superman IV, a movie in which Morgan Freeman does not appear, made Morgan Freeman a star; an oral history of Metropolitan; and watch people watch DTF, a new documentary about an airline pilot’s Tinder sex spiral.

‘How the Hell Do We Get Out of This?’: Deadline‘s Anthony D’Allesandro argues that theaters and studios need to unite to amplify the message that theaters are safe. Are they, though? Here are some conflicting opinions from scientists.

Superman IV: We’re incredibly proud to present the latest episode of Dan Delgado’s The Industry podcast, about Hollywood’s strangest decisions. This episode: How Superman IV became a disaster — but indirectly launched Morgan Freeman’s film career. You can listen on Apple or Spotify or here:

Chris Rock: I don’t need to be the 16th person to tell you to read this excellent New York Times interview, which is being widely quoted because of his takes on racism, Trump and COVID-19. But also? I had no idea he almost played Jimmy Olsen in the Tim Burton Superman movie with Nicolas Cage.

Metropolitan Oral History: Town and Country did a lovely oral history of the debut Whit Stillman film that helped launch the 1990s indie film boom. His three ’90s films — Barcelona and Last Days of Disco are the others — are among my all-time favorites, endlessly quotable and inscrutably weird. The article also explains how Stillman influenced Noah Baumbach films and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

Spiral: The new documentary DTF follows a widowed airline pilot who goes into a sex spiral, seeking out unsuspecting Tinder dates all over the world. It’s also a fascinating look at what a documentarian — in this case Alan Bailey — should do when his subject may be putting himself and others at risk. To give you an idea of how captivating and teeth-clenching it is to see the film, DTF released a video of several people watching — including a pilot, a former sex worker, and a relationship expert. Here you go:

Still DTF: You can read more about the film here and listen to my interview with Bailey on the latest MovieMaker Interviews podcast, available on Apple or Spotify or here:

Why All the Podcasts? Look, I love podcasts. You can listen to them while you walk or do other things that require your eyes but not your ears. Once I painted a kitchen listening to You Must Remember This, and it was bliss. But also: You read so many interviews with people where quotes seem out of context or confusing. I’d rather give you the full audio to decide for yourself. All our podcasts are here.

News Flash: TheWrap‘s Umberto Gonzales, who is well-sourced on all things superhero, adds new detail to the story of Cyborg actor Ray Fisher’s fight with Warner Bros. over what he calls “abusive, unprofessional” behavior by director Joss Whedon on the set of Justice League. Gonzales exclusively reports that Fisher was offered a part in the upcoming Warner Bros. film The Flash just before he tweeted his Whedon complaints. Citing insiders, he writes, “Warner Bros. has not heard back from Fisher’s team since offering the small role back in June — and plans for a standalone Cyborg movie have stalled.” Warner Bros. is investigating, and Aquaman star Jason Momoa has publicly sided with Fisher.

Pieces of a Woman: The Hollywood Reporter has a good interview with Hungarian filmmakers Kornel Mundruczo and Kata Weber that you shouldn’t read until you see their film, which I promise will get Vanessa Kirby an Oscar nomination. Everyone is spoiling details of it because it debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival, but it’s better to see it knowing nothing.

And Now: Yesterday’s Movie News Rundown.

 

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LeBron Says It ‘Pissed Me Off’ That He Didn’t Get More First-Place MVP Votes

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LeBron James and the Lakers cruised to victory in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals against the Denver Nuggets on Friday night, sending a clear message that they are fully rested and ready to assert their dominance along the next leg of their quest for an NBA championship.

Anthony Davis led the way for L.A. with 37 points and 10 rebounds, but LeBron did a little bit of everything to help his team establish an early lead on his way to 15 points, 12 assists, and six rebounds on the night. It’s hard to properly quantify the impact he made on the game, which is at least partially at the heart of a major gripe he addressed when speaking to reporters afterward.

As it turns out, LeBron feels a certain way after all about how the MVP voting turned out, specifically voicing his displeasure that he only received 16 first-place votes in the final tally that was released on Friday.

Lebron was careful to make clear that he had no issue with Giannis Antetokounmpo winning his second straight MVP trophy. His issue apparently had more to do with the fact that he didn’t get more first-place votes in the process. LeBron finished with 16 first-place votes to Giannis’ 85 and was the only other player to receive first-place votes.

Giannis, to be fair, had better numbers across the board than LeBron and a better team record throughout the regular season. Jalen Rose made a key argument on Friday that announcing the winner during the postseason dilutes the impact of the award because of recency bias.

Regardless, it’s clear that LeBron feels somewhat snubbed by the outcome. Whether real or imagined on his part, it’s obviously giving him extra motivation as he and the Lakers continue their postseason run.

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Revolver Teams With Puscifer for Exclusive Limited-Edition Vinyl

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Tool singer, A Perfect Circle frontman, Puscifer ringleader, winemaker, restaurateur, jiu-jitsu practitioner, farmer, philosopher and father — what doesn’t Maynard James Keenan do? In our never-ending quest to try and keep up with the rock & roll renaissance man, we’ve now teamed with him for an exclusive “translucent tri-color clear blend” vinyl variant of Puscifer’s all-too-timely new album, Existential Reckoning, which includes the singles “Apocalyptical” and “The Underwhelming.” Get your Revolver-exclusive variant — strictly limited to just 500 worldwide — before they’re gone. Existential Reckoning is due out October 30th via Alchemy Recordings/Puscifer Entertainment/BMG.


Existential Reckoning track list:
Bread and Circus
Apocalyptical
The Underwhelming
Grey Area 5.1
Theorem
UPGrade
Bullet Train to Iowa
Personal Prometheus
A Singularity
Postulous
Fake Affront
Bedlamite

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