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Scott Speedman Is Down to Return for ‘You’ Season 4

Oh, definitely Nick Marsh. [Laughs] Definitely Nick Marsh. Matthew…the guy at the beginning of that show is very far away from who I am as a human. Where he ends up—you know, he’s a little more erratic emotionally—is closer to who I am. [Laughs] 

Out of all the characters you’ve played, who are you most like when you’re in a relationship?

When I did Felicity way back when, that was very close to who I was as a lost sort of guy in relationships. A young fool, basically, who wasn’t great in relationships was close to who I was back then for sure. But that’s very different than who I am now. I like to think I’ve matured somewhat. I’m not all the way there yet, but there’s been some growth. A slight evolution.

So, you’re who Ben would be if we brought back Felicity now?

Yeah, if we brought back Felicity now, he would be a little more together. But if you’re doing that, he still has to be the same guy—there still has to be some Ben in there. He has to fuck some things up with Felicity. I’m sure he would.

Keri Russell and Scott Speedman in season one of Felicity, circa 1998.

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Back to You. Congratulations on making it out alive! Would you consider returning for season four?

Oh for sure. I don’t think that’s part of their thinking with my character, but I loved doing that show. Sera Gamble ran a great show, and she was under extreme circumstances right at the top of COVID. Running any show during that time was crazy, and they did a great job of not losing the DNA of the show and the scope of this show.

Considering Matthew’s skills, I could easily see him working out that Joe is alive and going after him.

See Nicole Kidman With Fiery Red Hair as Lucille Ball in New Biopic Trailer

The race for Best Actress is officially on, as we just got our first peek at Nicole Kidman as Lucille Ball in Aaron Sorkin’s Being the Ricardos. Set over the course of filming one episode of the classic sitcom I Love Lucy in 1952, the film also stars Javier Bardem as Ball’s on- and off-screen husband, Desi Arnaz.

In the brief teaser trailer, Kidman is more heard than seen, but we do get a glimpse of the fiery red hair (a wig, we gotta assume) she’s sporting to play Lucy. Though the show is, of course, one of the most beloved comedies of the last century, the film is a drama, exploring McCarthyism, marriage, and the difficulties of show business.

“The only thing better than a story people don’t know is a story that people think they know but they’re wrong,” writer-director Aaron Sorkin told Entertainment Weekly. He added that while the structure of the story necessitated a little fudging of the timeline, it’s ultimately a true story, explaining, “Everything that happens in the movie happened, it just didn’t all happen in one week. I made it happen in one week.”

But don’t expect pitch-perfect impressions. “I made it clear to everyone, but particularly Nicole and Javier, that I didn’t need them to do a physical impersonation of Lucy and Desi. When Lucy and Desi had to play Lucy and Ricky, I needed some kind of nod toward those characters that are very familiar to us, but makeup or prosthetics, we weren’t going to do any of that. I didn’t want it to be how good an impersonation they were doing,” said Sorkin.

Lucie Arnaz, the couple’s daughter, had input on the casting and script, according to EW. She’s seen the finished product, too, calling it “very emotional.” She told the outlet, “There are some moments that were harder for me to experience than they likely will be for the general public…But those moments were handled with such compassion that it wasn’t as depressing as it could have been.”

Watch Nicole Kidman in the trailer, here:

Being the Ricardos hits theaters on December 10, and Amazon Prime on December 21.

Zendaya Just Wore a Sheer Bra Top Dress—With a Heart-Shaped Cutout

Zendaya’s outfits have been running the internet lately. She’s both following trends perfectly and setting new ones. And her latest look is another slam-dunk. 

For the Dune after-party at the Chiltern Firehouse in London, Zendaya wore a custom Nensi Dojaka dress, made of sheer brown fabric and black trim, plus a high slit and the sweetest cutout in the shape of a pink heart. Between the sheer cutout look and the lingerie-turned-nighttime fashion, Zendaya has her finger on the pulse. 

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The Euphoria star paired this geometric slip dress with a matching set of nude pointy-toed pumps, plus silver jewelry and a sleek updo. She was styled by her fashion partner-in-crime Law Roach. Roach posted a video of her in the gown twirling with signature Zendaya grace, captioned “fLAWless.” I couldn’t agree more. I hope this press tour never ends.

This outfit change comes on the heels of her stunning Dune red carpet appearance in a white column gown from Rick Owens. She opted for a little more shine with that sequined dress, and accessorized it with Bvlgari Serpenti jewelry (a second hit with Bvlgari after her Twitter-breaking Venice Film Festival Balmain gown). 

The Dune press tour really proves Zendaya can pull off anything. Right before this, she switched up her hair to blunt bangs, wore a crop top made of chains, and served high-fashion the whole way through. She didn’t just nail the assignment; she wrote the assignment. 

 “I learned so much as an actress and became better just from that experience of being around [director] Denis [Villeneuve], watching him interact with his actors and run sets, and then seeing the way Javier [Bardem] works too,” Zendaya told Entertainment Weekly about her Dune experience. “I also became wonderful friends with [costar] Timothée [Chalamet], who’s now like my family, I would say.”

Dune hits theaters and HBO Max on October 22. 

The Italian Bob Is Fall’s Chicest Haircut

There’s a new bob in town—brace yourselves, coz she’s an absolute fox. Enter the Italian bob.

Hot on the tails of the Brit bob (think choppy, cropped Lady Diana vibes) and the Frenchie bob (artfully, insouciantly messy, and sliced at the cheek for a peekaboo cut), the Italian bob takes the full-bodied and luxuriously polished texture that Italian film sirens and fashionistas, like Monica Bellucci, are known for and generously adds a couple of extra plush inches to the traditional bob.

Basically it’s a bit more glam, which is the mood lots of us are chasing. Two stylists in particular are leading the charge, serving up all the inspo we need. Nick Latham and Sean Paul Nother, the talent behind the salon and Instagram account The Hair Bros, have been using their platform to break down what, exactly, the Italian bob is.

“It’s chunky-ended, neck grazing, and long enough to tie up, yet short enough to turn heads,” Latham explains. Ideal going into autumn, the chunky, blunt ends and minimal, subtle layers add a sumptuous weightiness to hair to make it feel thicker, fuller, and more expensive.

Celeb fans like Kaia Gerber have boosted the cut’s popularity, giving rebel haircuts a touch of soft glam with beautifully conditioned, freshly cut hair. The trick is to not overdo the styling and leave the shape to shine without beachy waves or obvious effort.

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Despite the upmarket glossy finish, the cut is remarkably easy to style. “The beauty of this haircut is its versatility. The heaviness allows for that Parisian air-dried feel when left natural, but you can put a brush through it for a nod to classic ’60s glamour,” explains Nother. Even better, it looks fab no matter which way you flip it. “The Italian bob can be thrown into any parting with equal effect and to gain the second-day volume we all love,” he says.

And little tweaks can enhance the style while making it more practical. “Wear it in the middle to frame your cheekbones, or tuck it behind your ears when hunched over a Zoom call,” says Latham.

Claudio Lavenia

Stylish and super-duper wearable—where do we sign up?

This story originally appeared on Glamour U.K. 

The Italian Bob is Fall’s Chicest Hair Cut

There’s a new bob in town and brace yourselves, coz she’s an absolute fox. Enter: the Italian bob.

Hot on the tails of the Brit Bob (think choppy, cropped Lady Diana vibes) and the Frenchie bob (artfully, insouciantly messy, and sliced at the cheek for a peekaboo cut), the Italian bob takes the full-bodied and luxuriously polished texture that Italian film sirens and fashionistas, like Monica Bellucci, are known for, and generously adds a couple of extra plush inches to the traditional bob.

Basically it’s a bit more glam, which is the mood lots of us are chasing and two stylists in particular are leading the charge, serving up all the inspo we need. Nick Latham and Sean Paul Nother, the talent behind the salon and Instagram account The Hair Bros have been using their platform to break down what, exactly, the Italian bob is.

“It’s chunky-ended, neck grazing and long enough to tie up, yet short enough to turn heads,” Latham explains. Ideal going into autumn, the chunky, blunt ends and minimal, subtle layers add a sumptuous weightiness to hair to make it feel thicker, fuller and more expensive.

Celeb fans, like Kaia Gerber have boosted the cuts popularity, swerving rebel haircuts for a touch of soft glam with beautifully conditioned, freshly cut hair. The trick is to not overdo the styling and leave the shape to shine without beachy waves or obvious effort.

Stephane Cardinale – Corbis

Despite the upmarket glossy finish, the cut is remarkably easier to style. “The beauty of this haircut is its versatility. The heaviness allows for that Parisian air dried feel when left natural, but you can put a brush through it for a nod to classic 60’s glamour,” explains Nother. Even better, it looks fab no matter which way you flip it. “The Italian bob can be thrown into any parting with equal effect and to gain the second day volume we all love,” he adds.

And little tweaks can enhance the style, while making it more practical. “Wear it in the middle to frame your cheekbones, or tuck it behind your ears when hunched over a zoom call,” says Latham.

Claudio Lavenia

Stylish and super duper wearable… Where do we sign up?

This story originally appeared on Glamour UK. 

Jennifer Lopez’s Fall Wardrobe Is a Rom-Com Character’s Dream

Fall fashion is here, and that means gorgeous coats, boots, and pumpkin spice-colored everything. And Jennifer Lopez is 100 percent here for it all. 

The actor-singer-icon has been leaning into fall fashion. In fact, I’d argue no one has epitomized fall style this accurately since Meg Ryan in…well, every Meg Ryan rom-com. Lopez is certainly taking cues from that aesthetic, wrapping herself up in the chicest, coziest jackets, sweaters, and boots ideal for a Central Park meet-cute. 

Take one look at Jennifer Lopez’s Instagram, and you’ll catch these vibes. In the video, below, the “On the Floor” singer is rocking a matching jacket-skirt combo with a black turtleneck and knee-high boots. If November were an outfit, it would be this. 

And if you’re looking to replicate it, Zara and Revolve have some great options. 

Zara Faux Leather Pencil Skirt

Bardot Vegan Leather Trench Coat

$199

Revolve

The J.Lo fall style moments only get better. Take this shimmery brown crop-top/skirt combo she wore in New York City on October 9. 

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Yes, if weather permits (and you’re down to try), fall fashion can include a little skin-bearing. It just comes down to your color and fabric choices. 

Ronny Kobo Piper Knit Top

$228

Revolve

Ronny Kobo Zuna Knit Skirt

$298

Revolve

But the pinnacle of Jennifer Lopez’s fall fashion (so far) has been, without a doubt, this plaid teal wool coat paired with an almost-matching plaid maxi wrap dress and aviators. Photos of her in the outfit truly look like scenes from When Harry Met Sally—which is fitting, because Lopez was snapped with boyfriend Ben Affleck.

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Who knows? Maybe throwing on a little plaid this year will turn your life into a rom-com, too. I’ll be stocking up on some flannel to manifest this for myself. 

Farm Rio Black River Creatures Tiered Maxi Dress

$295

Saks Fifth Avenue

Madewell Belrose Shirt-Jacket in Maran Plaid

$238

Madewell

We still have a few more weeks left of true autumn, and I have a feeling Lopez will keep delivering the A+ seasonal style. Of course, this post will be updated with more looks as they come in. 

The Bachelorette’s Michelle Young Reveals the One Thing She Would Do Differently

You recently told Entertainment Tonight that “the biggest thing is that this [experience] comes with the spotlight, and I want somebody who doesn’t care about that spotlight.” Do you believe that you found somebody in your final two or three guys that does not care about the spotlight?

What I learned more and more as we went on is that there were multiple men that were, as cliché as it sounds, there “for the right reasons.” They knew who they were, and even though they didn’t have the spotlight on them coming into it, I had this level of trust or understanding after a certain point to really see so many of them were going to be maintaining that character once they stepped out of this, whether they ended up with me or not. That’s something that I definitely had in the forefront of my mind since I was navigating the entire journey.

It’s really hard to weed out those people that may be in it for the right reasons, but also still be intrigued by the idea of what this could also lead to. 

The thing is, you can take opportunities. Everybody has different opportunities that they want to take. I’m going to take certain opportunities as well. But it’s the fact of how you embrace those opportunities. Are you still humble? Do you have a level head on your shoulders, or do you have this sense of entitlement now? Or not working as hard, or trying to make as big of a difference because you don’t need to work as hard? So it’s more of, “Yes, you can take advantage of opportunities, but which opportunities are you taking advantage of? And do you still have a humble head on your shoulders?”

That is so perfectly said. IAs we wrap up, if you could go back and tell yourself anything on night one, what would you say?

Stop saying, “I love it.” When you go through this, everybody has that one phrase that they say over and over again, not even knowing that you’re doing it. I don’t necessarily show I’m nervous on the outside, but when I’m seeing myself, I said, “I love it.” Which was very genuine because I did love it. But I could have used a synonym, changed it up. I could have put in my own lesson that I give to my fifth graders about changing words up to make it interesting. [Laughs] Like I said, “I love it. I love it. I love it.” And then I said, “I like it.” And then I went back to, “I love it.” Fully prepared to make fun of myself for that one.

I, for one, don’t think I picked up on it if that makes you feel any better.

Actually, can you spill this story? So I’m making fun of myself before the whole world sees it. That’d be greatly appreciated. Make it a drinking game. Tell everyone to take a shot every time you hear the word ‘love.’ [Laughs]

Will do. And then, looking far ahead, how would you describe the finale for us?

The most dramatic, so dramatic. But the final episode is honestly so intense and emotional. It’s going to be a lot.

One more thing, and it’s something I was dying to know as the first episode came to a close: Does Rick wear eyeliner? Because those are some mesmerizing eyes. 

No, he does not wear eyeliner, but he has the most beautiful dark eyelashes combined with these green eyes. So that’s what you were seeing. Rick has the eyelashes that every woman wished she had.

This interviewed has been edited for length and clarity.

Jessica Radloff is the Glamour West Coast editor. You can follow her on Instagram at @jessicaradloff14.

It’s Okay To Want To Look Hot. You’re Not a Bad Feminist.

Jane Fonda recently admitted, as regretfully as if coming clean about defrauding an animal shelter, that even though she’s a feminist, she still wants men to be attracted to her.

“If I’m going to be on a Zoom meeting and I know that there’s going to be a man—even if I go to a doctor and it’s a guy—I mean, I feel ashamed even admitting this, but I pay a little extra attention to how I look than I do if it’s a woman,” she said in an interview with Grazia. “I became an adult in the ’50s and it’s just part of my DNA,” she offered, as a defense.

“You can look beautiful and still be a feminist,” Fonda clarified. It’s trying to look beautiful for a man that’s problematic.

I love Jane Fonda, just like I love the many friends, glossy magazines, and feminist thinkers I’ve heard express the same idea over the years: It’s okay to want to look good. It’s just not okay to want to look good for men. I want to take their beautiful faces in my hands and say: What the hell are you talking about? 

Sexual beings want to attract each other. This is not an issue of feminism. It is the behavior of a person who is a part of a society. It is literally part of our DNA. You are not a bad feminist even if you want a random Zoom doctor to think you are hot. I want Jane Fonda’s Zoom doctor to think I am hot, even though we have never met. Wanting everyone to think your hot is, regrettably, the human condition.

I share the desire to untangle personal adornment and male approval—to resist the feeling that your looks are a gallery space and you are a curator of male fantasy. There are so many reasons a woman might want to look good at any moment: for herself, or for the pathologically cruel teenage girls at her bus stop. But oh my god—let me buy two different makeup products and carefully blend them into my eyebrow hairs without having to say I’m doing it for myself! It is not a political act. It is not empowering and it is not harmful. It is the ancient tradition of humans disguising our flaws to try to seduce each other.

“You’re bad if you want to attract the people you find attractive” gorgeously illustrates the way feminism argues itself into irrelevance. It is a deeply sex-negative, conservative idea masquerading as pro-woman—as if by wanting to be desired, you waive your rights to be respected. This is shaming. It creates a feminism that has no place for sex workers—or almost anyone else. And it sets up feminism as a struggle between men and women, instead of a movement to set free people of all genders.

There’s a crucial distinction: Trying to look hot is not sexist. Beauty standards for women are sexist, and often racist. They can feel like a tax on your existence. But focusing feminism on individual women’s beauty choices is as self-defeating as focusing environmental action on plastic straws instead of corporate carbon emissions. You can wonder for years and still not know exactly why you are drawn to a certain style or skirt-length, the look of a winged eyeliner or the smoothness of a waxed leg. It’s compelling, but centering this is also a way of keeping feminism localized on our own small personal choices instead of on issues in which women have no choice: reproductive access, maternal mortality, domestic violence, the gender pay gap.

How Scott Disick Reportedly Feels About Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s Engagement

Kourtney Kardashian just got engaged to Travis Barker, and her ex and father of three children, Scott Disick, is reportedly “not happy” about it. 

Kardashian and Disick split in 2015 after nine years of dating. And after years of friendship, Kardashian and Barker got together in 2021. A source told People Disick wasn’t a fan of “Kravis” from the beginning. 

“Scott never approved of Kourtney dating Travis. He has struggled with their relationship,” the source says. “He always had this idea that he and Kourtney would eventually get back together. He was pretty shocked when he found out that she was dating Travis.” The insider also added that Disick is “not happy about the engagement.”

The whirlwind Kravis romance has been full of dramatic gestures, from Barker proclaiming, “I want your skull,” to his tattoo of Kardashian’s name above his left nipple. The two even went on a double date with Hollywood’s other favorite dramatic couple, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox. Maybe that’s where Barker got inspiration for his über-romantic proposal (see below). 

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian’s relationship is “more strained than ever,” a source told Us Weekly in September. An insider said to the publication, “Yes, she’s pissed Scott’s emotions about her and Travis are known now by everyone, but it’s not something she didn’t already know. She’s been told by friends how Scott feels. It isn’t going to change how she is with Travis….”

During the June KUWTK reunion, Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian opened up about their relationship status. “I feel like we’re great friends and coparents,” Kardashian said, while Disick added, “We’re family. I think we always will be.” 

When asked about his behavior while married to Kardashian (there was infidelity and substance abuse), Disick said, “I don’t want to make any excuses for my behavior. I definitely wouldn’t have done these things sober, but it was all wrong.”

How Scott Disick Reportedly Feels About Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Scott’s Engagement

Kourtney Kardashian just got engaged to Travis Barker, and her ex and father of three children, Scott Disick, is reportedly “not happy” about it. 

Kardashian and Disick split in 2015 after nine years of dating. And after years of friendship, Kardashian and Barker got together in 2021. A source told People Disick wasn’t a fan of “Kravis” from the beginning. 

“Scott never approved of Kourtney dating Travis. He has struggled with their relationship,” the source says. “He always had this idea that he and Kourtney would eventually get back together. He was pretty shocked when he found out that she was dating Travis.” The insider also added that Disick is “not happy about the engagement.”

The whirlwind “Kravis” romance has been full of dramatic gestures, from Barker proclaiming “I want your skull” to his tattoo of Kardashian’s name above his left nipple. The two even went on a double date with Hollywood’s other favorite dramatic couple, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox. Maybe that’s where Barker got inspiration for his uber-romantic proposal (see below). 

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian’s relationship is “more strained than ever” a source told Us Weekly in September. An insider said to the publication, “Yes, she’s pissed Scott’s emotions about her and Travis are known now by everyone, but it’s not something she didn’t already know. She’s been told by friends how Scott feels. It isn’t going to change how she is with Travis…”

During the June KUWTK reunion, Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian opened up about their relationship status. “I feel like we’re great friends and coparents” Kardashian said, while Disick added, “We’re family. I think we always will be.” 

When asked about his behavior while married to Kardashian (there was infidelity and substance abuse), Disick said, “I don’t want to make any excuses for my behavior. I definitely wouldn’t have done these things sober, but it was all wrong.”