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Kendall Jenner Comes Out as a Stoner: I Smoke a Ton of Weed, Bruh!



Well, it looks like we might have figured out why the members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan are munching on salads approximately 90 percent of the time they’re on TV:

They all have contact highs from hanging out with Kendall!

Yes, Kendall recently came out as the family stoner, and … well, no one is really all that surprised.

The valley girl drawl, the love of sweatpants, the tendency to take Kanye seriously — really the only thing that’s surprising about this situation is that Kendall is the only member of the Kar-Jenner clan who’s constantly high.

The subject came up when Kendall and Kourtney sat down to record an episode of Kate and Oliver Hudson’s Sibling Rivalry podcast.

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The episode was recorded back in January but just released this week.

So we guess we don’t have to ask smokes a ton of weed in the Hudson-Russell family, as the answer is clearly “everyone.”

“If there was a stoner [in your family] who would it be?” Kate asked at one point.

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Kourtney didn’t miss a beat in replying, “Kendall.”

“I am a stoner,” the 24-year-old model promptly confirmed.

“No one knows that, so that’s the first time I’ve ever really said anything out there.”

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So does anyone else in the family join Kendall when it’s time to clam bake the Maserati?

Well, sadly, she didn’t reveal if any of her sisters also make regular trips to the dispensary.

However, Kourtney and Kendall both confirmed that Kylie is the “most laid-back” member of the family, so do with that information what you will.

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That could mean that she and Kendall blaze together, or it could just be that she’s laid back because nothing can really harm you when you’re the world’s youngest billionaire.

Anyway, Kendall’s revelation is interesting not because it’s so crazy that a 24-year-old SoCal resident enjoys weed, but because the Kards are usually very cagey about this sort of thing.

We know that Kim Kardashian was on ecstasy when she made her sex tape, and we know that Kanye gets into trouble when he’s off his meds, but other than that, the family has kept revelations about chemicals to a minimum.

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In fact, when a photo of Khloe smoking a joint leaked a few years ago, she issued a dubious (lol, “doobie”) statement denying that it was pot.

Looking back, it’s sort of insane that we watched 14 years of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and there was so little partying involved.

Granted, Scott Disick guzzled enough booze for the entire family, but someone else must have been getting effed up from time to time … right?

Kendall Jenner Makes a Strange Expression

Anyway, maybe now that the show is coming to an end, we can look forward to more of these revelations.

Perhaps Kendall’s next step is Joe Rogan’s podcast, where she’ll puff on a comically huge blunt while discussing her experiences with DMT.

Yes, we’re holding out hope that the Kar-Jenners will reveal themselves to be secretly interesting now that KUWTK is wrapping up.

It’s a bit of a wild dream, but we can’t shake the feeling that 2020 really owes us something good, ya know?


Celebrity Style Statements For Racial Justice at the Emmys




On Sunday, Sept. 20, multiple celebrities showed their support for the racial-justice movement at the 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards, both in their acceptance speeches and in the outfits they chose to wore. Celebrities like Regina King and Uzo Aduba wore shirts honoring the memory of Breonna Taylor, and actors like Sterling K. Brown and Sandra Oh put their own empowering twists on their awards-night outfits. Watchmen writer Damon Lindelof also made a powerful statement with his “Remember Tulsa ’21” T-shirt, which referenced the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, a racist attack on Black residents of Tulsa, OK, by mobs of white residents.

During the show, celebrities also pointed out their disinclination to celebrate during a period of such great social and political unrest in the US and urged viewers to vote in the upcoming presidential election. See their outfits inspired by the fight for racial justice here, and find out what you can do to support the protest for racial equality at home.

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The Eyes Of My Mother cautions to watch out for the quiet ones




Illustration for article titled It’s the quiet ones you need to watch out for, and iThe Eyes Of My Mother/i was no exception

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Watch This offers movie recommendations inspired by new releases, premieres, current events, or occasionally just our own inscrutable whims. This week: Antonio Campos and Sean Durkin both have new movies coming out, so we’re looking back on other projects released by their production company, Borderline Films.

Along with the development of art and language, necrophobia—the fear of death and dead bodies—was one of the first traits that emerged in homo sapiens as we began to develop into a slightly more civilized version of our primordial selves. But although we’ve been burying our dead for more than 100,000 years, it’s still possible to short-circuit the wiring that makes most human beings instinctually recoil at the sight or smell of a corpse. Real-life examples of this are rare, but it does happen from time to time. In fiction, meanwhile, the topic has generally been the purview of provocateurs whose sole mission is to shock their audience. Into this goopy, nauseating milieu, The Eyes Of My Mother tosses three surprising traits: elegance, restraint, and pathos.

Although the worlds of extreme horror and indie drama are usually as separate as far-flung islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Borderline Films was uniquely suited to shepherd Nicolas Pesce’s debut feature from concept to production. Co-founder Antonio Campas had already made an arguably more disturbing movie in the form of 2012s Simon Killer, for one. And although it may not be obvious from the film’s logline—a lonely little girl grows up to be a sick and twisted woman after witnessing the murder of her mother—there’s a river of sadness flowing through the character of Francisca (Kika Magalhaes) that is of a piece with Borderline’s signature emotional intensity. In a 2016 interview with The A.V. Club, Pesce noted the film’s visceral inspiration, saying he started writing the script after thinking about how he would feel if his parents died. “No matter how terrifying or violent or gruesome it gets, this is a story about a girl that wishes she could just be with her mother again,” he said.

The film’s austere black-and-white cinematography also sets it apart. In contrast with the raw, heartrending emotion that drives Francisca to mutilation and murder, The Eyes Of My Mother is shot in formally composed widescreen, frequently putting a window between the viewer and the action to further distance us from the horrifying events unfolding on screen. And like The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the film is also less graphic than its reputation would suggest, letting sound effects and the viewer’s own imagination fill in the gruesome gaps. That’s not to say that it’s all implication and deep, moody shadows, however—the film may look like Psycho, but Francisca is more confident and precise with her scalpel than Norman Bates was with his kitchen knife. Her cuts aren’t meant to kill, but to incapacitate her victims so they can never leave her again. And she’s good at it. Her mother taught her well.

Availability: The Eyes Of My Mother is available for digital rental or purchase from Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube, Microsoft, Fandango, Redbox, and VUDU.

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Emmys 2020: Daniel Levy on a possible Schitt’s Creek movie




The Emmys turned into a massive Schitt’s sweep for Schitt’s Creek on Sunday night, and backstage, creator Daniel Levy discussed the potential for a Schitt’s Creek movie.

“To be honest this is the best way we could have ever ended the show,” Levy began, before changing tack to say that a movie isn’t entirely out of the realm of possibility. “If there is an idea that pops into my head it has to be really freaking good because this is a nice way to say goodbye. Fingers crossed we get a nice idea popping into our head soon… I would love to work with these people again.”

READ MORE: What is Schitt’s Creek and why you should watch it

Daniel Levy accepting his award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. (ABC via Getty Images)

Levy and the entire main cast were gathered together in Canada to celebrate a historic night for the Pop TV show and presided over a raucous backstage Q&A.

“What an absolutely unbelievable way to end our series, I don’t think you could ever ask for a better conclusion than tonight, we are absolutely thrilled,” Levy said.

The final question backstage was arguably the most important one, directed at Catherine O’Hara: Which wig would Moira wear to the Emmys?

READ MORE: Emmys 2020: Full list of winners and nominees

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Dan Levy and Noah Reid in Schitt’s Creek. (ITV Studios Global Entertainment)

“For the premiere, Moria went with her own look, because when it’s a serious moment and there’s no facade needed, Moria lets herself show,” O’Hara said.

READ MORE: All the biggest moments from the 2020 Emmys

“For me, I guess it would have been the big pink thing,” she added to great hoots of laughter from the rest of the cast.

The show swept all of the major comedy categories, with wins for stars Eugene Levy, Daniel Levy, Catherine O’Hara, and Annie Murphy. Daniel Levy also won for writing and directing, sharing the latter with Andrew Cividino. Those results make Schitt’s Creek is the first series to win every major comedy series award.

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