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Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse Just Beat the ‘Riverdale’ Cast at Their Own Trolling Game

Possiblymaybebut-most-likely-definitely couple Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse are at it again with the Instagram PDA, this time with Reinhart posting a shirtless photo of Sprouse with the caption, “I hope you don’t mind.”

The public record has shown that this is usually the part when one of their Riverdale co-stars swoops in to brilliantly troll the two of them with a sarcastic comment or question about their relationship status—but this time, Sprouse beat them to the punch. He quickly responded to Reinhart’s photo by writing, “Are you guys dating?”

Well done, Sprouse. This is almost as good as the time his co-stars Casey Cott and KJ Apa recreated his birthday tribute to Reinhart by using a hilarious shirtless ‘gram of Apa and Sprouse’s same caption: “Both the birthday and my gift. My little muse, have a good day my love.”

Or the time Camila Mendes dug up a meme from the movie Ghost that read, “when you third wheel so much you basically become part of the relationship,” and captioned it, “@lilireinhart @colesprouse we’re such a cute couple.”

While Reinhart and Sprouse have never actually told the world they’re dating, the relationship has been pretty much confirmed through all of their social media flirting and their recent appearance together at the Met Gala. Still, Reinhart opened up on Tumblr about wanting to keep her private life away from so much mindless scrutiny.

“It’s horrifying how invested some people are in my love life. Emphasis on ‘my.’ It is mine. It is private,” she wrote. “If a stranger’s love life is causing you anger, frustration or anxiety…please reevaluate your priorities.”

It looks like the Riverdale cast hasn’t jumped in on Sprouse’s latest Instagram hijinks, but if we know anything about them, it’s pretty likely they’ll come up with some hilarious comebacks. Sprouse may have won this round, but we’ll just have to see who is quickest on the trolling draw next time around.

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Watch Seth Meyers Bring Back ‘Really!?!’ On SNL’s Weekend Update

Saturday Night Live‘s Weekend Update isn’t typically known for its recurring segments, as the bulk of each week’s runtime typically focuses on current events and topical jokes. Most of the hosts, however, eventually stumble upon some catchphrases (“Jane, You Ignorant Slut”, “I’m Chevy Chase, And You’re Not”, etc), recurring guests (Stefon, Bennett Brauer) or through lines which ultimately define their tenures. For longtime Weekend Update host Seth Meyers, one of those through lines was “Really!?!”, a hilarious now and again bit in which him and his co-anchor (usually Amy Poehler) would fire question-after-question off about a particular topic, pausing to say “Really?” before flipping it to the other.

Princess Eugenie’s Official Wedding Portraits Are Here, and They’re Magical

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank tied the knot on Friday with a gorgeous ceremony that reignited the world’s royal wedding fever. And if you thought that things would cool down now that the festivities are over, think again: The couple is keeping all the regal excitement going by releasing their official wedding portraits, shot by photographer Alex Bramall.

The photos include Eugenie and Brooksbank posing with their families and their cadre of page boys and bridesmaids in Windsor’s regal drawing room—images that aren’t unlike the family portraits from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day just a few months ago. They show off the full effect of the long, flowing train on Princess Eugenie’s show-stopping bridal gown, designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos. The gown made headlines for its deep, V-shape neckline in the back that Princess Eugenie specifically chose to highlight her spinal surgery scar in a gesture of solidarity with others who have or had scoliosis.

Official Wedding Photograph of Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank

PHOTO: JWMAL2

Alex Bramall

Official Wedding Photograph of Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank

PHOTO: JWMAL2

Alex Bramall

Bramall also snapped a black-and-white image of the couple sharing an intimate moment together in the Scottish State Coach after their carriage procession. Finally, a fourth image shows the newlyweds at the Royal Lodge for a private dinner, some time after Princess Eugenie had switched into her sweeping blush-toned reception gown designed by Zac Posen.

Official Wedding Photograph of Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank

PHOTO: JWMAL2

Alex Bramall

Official Wedding Photograph of Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank

PHOTO: JWMAL2

Alex Bramall

“It is an honor and a privilege to be invited to photograph Princess Eugenie and Jack on this most special of days,” Bramall said in a statement.

It’s not the first time he’s shot Princess Eugenie: He actually took some beautiful images of her for a spread in Harper’s Bazaar back in 2016.

The royal affair came, of course, with a royal guest list that featured Markle (who wore Givenchy) and Prince Harry, Kate Middleton (who opted for her go-to designer Alexander McQueen ), Cara Delevingne, and more. This might be the last royal wedding for now, but at least the pictures will keep everyone going for a while longer.

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TV Shows and Movies to Watch the Week of October 14

This week’s crop of new TV shows and movies is a healthy mix of horror (if you want to get into the Halloween spirit), lighter fare—like HBO’s Camping—and documentaries, so there’s something for everyone. Including country music fans! (The CMT Artists of the Year ceremony airs this week.) Here are all the things to keep an eye out for.

Camping: From creators Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner comes this new series about a woman (Jennifer Garner) who takes her husband on a camping trip for his 45th birthday, only to have it derailed by the eclectic group staying on the grounds. 10 P.M. ET on HBO

Charmed: This highly-anticipated reboot has Madeleine Mantock, Madeleine Mantock, and Sarah Jeffery stepping into the iconic witch sisters’ shoes. Expect more progressive storytelling, not to mention a directing credit from Gina Rodriguez. (She’s helming the 11th episode of the season.) 9 P.M. ET on The CW

The Sentence: This documentary tells the true story of Cindy Shank, who was sentenced to a mandatory 15 years in jail for her ex-boyfriend’s crimes. 8 P.M. ET on HBO

Arrow: Stephen Amell is back setting thirst trap and yet another season of this popular CW series set in the DC comics universe. 8 P.M. ET on The CW

The Conners: The highly-anticipated second reboot of Roseanne, this time without Roseanne Barr, kicks off tonight. 8 P.M. ET on ABC

black-ish: Tracee Ellis Ross, Anthony Anderson, and company are back for a fifth season. 9 P.M. ET on ABC

CMT Artists of the Year: Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman, and Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott are the seven women CMT will honor at this year’s ceremony, the first one that features only female tributes. 8 P.M. ET on CMT

Haunted: Real people recount their stories with the paranormal and the occult in this new Netflix series, which includes creeping re-imaginings Streaming on Netflix

Lore: Season two of this horror anthology series, which features a self-contained—and horrifying— story in every episode, begins tonight. Streaming on Amazon Prime

Making a Murderer, season 2: The appeals cases of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey are even more gripping than their ones for murder. Streaming on Netflix

Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Halloween Bash: Sadly, Bette Midler won’t be a part of this reunion, but Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, and more cast members from Hocus Pocus will be there. 8:15 P.M. ET on Freeform

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Destiny 2 Reveals What This Year’s Festival Of The Lost Will Include

Bethesda isn’t the only one going all-in on the Halloween festivities with the Elder Scrolls Online goodies. Activision and Bungie are also getting into the festive mood as well by bringing back an annual event for Destiny 2 that originally made its debut last year.

Over on the official Bungie website, there’s a brief update about the Festival of the Lost. It states that after the Red Legion took down the Last City, and that after the death of Cayde-6, which took place in the last big expansion pack called Forsaken, the atmosphere in Destiny 2‘s fictional world has changed and there will be remembrance for the ones that were lost during the fight to protect the Traveler. Starting October 16 next Tuesday, the Festival of the Lost will get underway.

The event will see an overhaul of the Tower, which will be filled with decorations and memorials for those who fell to the Red Legion. But it’s not all about being somber about the fallen ones; it’s also about earning some cool loot along the way as well, which includes daily bounties offered up from Amanda Holliday that will earn you some Fragmented Souls for your troubles.

You can use the Fragmented Souls as a form of currency in Destiny 2 during the Festival of the Lost event. You use them to purchase masks and items, such as the Horror Story Legendary Auto Rifle.

Very briefly, we see some of the masks on display, which includes designs and liveries that feature spooky Halloween-themed monster expressions and designs. You can see them briefly in the main image above as well as over on the Bungie website. New Ephemeral Engrams will be handed out as well, along with new rewards featured on the Bright Dust store.

Earning new gear is always cool, but the event will offer more than that. Last year, Bungie may have given gamers some new loot to acquire, but this year the Festival of the Lost will also include the new Haunted Forest, where you and your buddies can team up to take on various forms of evil, such as ghosts, ghouls, the undead and demons. The Haunted Forest is a limited and timed mission where you’ll have just 15 minutes to clear out the enemies and reap some rewards.

If you don’t have friends, don’t worry about it, though. You can tackle the survival mode solo… assuming you have the gumption and Light to handle it. Alternatively, you can use Destiny 2’s matchmaking system to put you in a group with other Light-likened warriors to take down the forces of evil.

This mode will also be accompanied with a new quest to track down the killer of Master Ives. After visiting his vigil, you can then start a quest line that will see you traveling about in order to hunt down the person (or people) responsible for offing Ives. Doing so will also net you a neat little reward for your efforts in the form of a new item. What’s kind of cool is that there will be new rewards for completing the quest each week. However, this quest will not become available until the very end of October.

Princess Eugenie Broke Royal Tradition With Her Second Wedding Dress

ICYMI, Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank on Friday (October 12), and by all accounts, the second Royal Wedding looked pretty incredible from start to finish. For the actual ceremony, she wore a stunning collared gown by designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, which was full of poignant details, like embroidery representing places that are close to her heart (a shamrock for Ireland, for example) and an open back that showed off a scar from a childhood scoliosis operation. But it wouldn’t be a Royal Wedding without an outfit change—and Princess Eugenie’s second dress broke tradition in a big way.

For the couple’s evening wedding reception, Princess Eugenie opted for a custom gown by an American designer, Zac Posen—a surprising choice, given it’s customary for British royals to wear British designers for such occasions. (Meghan Markle changed into a Stella McCartney ensemble, while Kate Middleton chose a second Alexander McQueen design by Sarah Burton for their own post-ceremony festivities.) That wasn’t the only way she deviated from tradition: Instead of classic white or ivory, her second dress was blush-toned. And the result is gorgeous.

Official Wedding Photograph of Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank

PHOTO: Mega Agency

Posen’s known for his romantic, ethereal designs—and this one was no different: Princess Eugenie’s dress was made from plissé silk (from a British mill, naturally), drawn into elegant, almost Art Deco pleats from neck to waist before cascading down to sweep the floor. It’s Old Hollywood meets royal regality—and it’s stunning.

According to the Palace, the blush color is a reference to an English rose. And, because she’s Princess Eugenie of York, there’s a White Rose of York embroidered on the back and shoulder of the dress where the cape is. Truly, it’s all in the details.

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Diablo 3 Will Get Cross Platform Play, Eventually

Cross-platform gaming is all the rage right now. It’s become a staple feature in today’s inter-connected gaming ecosystem where so many games are blossoming and focusing on multiplayer content. It only makes sense that if a multiplayer game on various consoles allows players to go online and play with others, why not play with others on other consoles? Well, even Blizzard Entertainment is getting in on the digs and there’s talks about Diablo 3 getting cross-platform play… eventually.

Over on Business Insider, there’s a brief article about how a Blizzard representative told the outlet that given the amount of platforms that Diablo 3 is available on, it’s just a matter of “if” not “when” the game becomes cross-compatible.

Given that the game is going to be available on a total of seven different platforms once it launches on the Nintendo Switch starting November 2, that means that you can play Diablo 3 on seven different devices with seven completely different gaming communities. It does make sense that the company would want to collate and condense the amount of separate servers running for the game, and just have everyone playing together on the same server.

It made sense last gen to keep things separate because the architecture for a lot of the games were set up separately between the systems. PS3 and Xbox 360 gamers likely couldn’t play together because they ran at different frame-rates, sometimes at different resolutions, and obviously had different pros and cons on how multi-platform games ran on the specific hardware. It was also technically impossible to get a lot of Wii U games to run par the course with Xbox 360 or PS3 titles given that usually those ports were completely different.

For today’s generation of gaming, things are a little different. The architecture between the Xbox One and PS4 share a lot of similarities, so much so that ports are no longer as big an issue as they were during the sixth and seventh generation of gaming, and due to cloud engineering it’s also possible to have lower-end hardware like the Switch or mobile phones play with other players on higher-end hardware.

Companies like Epic Games have been vying for cross-platform compatibility, especially after it was originally implemented into the Battle Royale rendition of the third-person shooter Fortnite. However, last year Sony was vehemently against the idea of cross-platform play, much like how Microsoft was against cross-platform play back during seventh gen.

It took a whole year and a whole lot of pressure from the gaming community to finally get Sony to bend the knee and allow companies to implement cross-platform play between PS4 and other home consoles.

Now that Sony has given the go-ahead, and with Microsoft and Nintendo on board with with the idea, it looks like Blizzard Entertainment will be taking advantage of the opportunity for Diablo 3. Despite being six years old, I imagine plenty of gamers would love to hop back into the dark and violent world if they could play with a few friends from across various platforms. All we need to know now is when the feature will arrive.

Alex Rodriguez Found a Photo of Jennifer Lopez He Had Autographed 20 Years Ago, and It’s a National Treasure

Lovebirds Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are clearly obsessed with each other. (See: all their coordinated outfits, their adorable public affection at award shows.) How do we find a love like theirs in our lifetimes, which are but a blink of the eye in the course of human history? The answer, apparently, is fate.

On Friday, A.Rod posted quite the throwback on his Instagram. It took us back twenty years ago, when an already-major pop star known as Jenny From the Block autographed a glam shot for a young, up-and-coming baseball player by the name of Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez. We can only assume that the shimmering wattage of Jenny’s skin illuminated served as an unassuming beacon of destiny. And (J.)Lo, a love was born.

“#TBT to almost 20 years ago when a big time global pop superstar signed a pic for a young ball player #lifecanbeafunnythingsometimes #pictureperfect #keepsake #jlo,” Rodriguez eloquently captioned his priceless photo. Check it out:

It wasn’t just A.Rod who was thrilled with this discovery, which definitely belongs in the Smithsonian (and not in storage.) Lopez left a comment on the Instagram photo, writing “Omg!! Who found that!!???” She reposted it to her own feed, once again expressing her surprise at what we should all agree is the newest national treasure:”Wow!! Had to repost!!! He found this cleaning out storage!!”

Blessed be destiny; blessed be the light of their love.

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True Detective Season 3 Finally Revealed Its Release Date

We knew HBO’s anthology series would be returning with a third installment in January. The question has been when exactly in January. While True Detective tends to revolve around mysteries, you can consider one of its new season’s solved. The date for the series’ return has been set, as announced it on the official Twitter account. Find out which date you should set your calendar for via the embed below:

There you have it! Season 3 will premiere January 13, 2019. So we are only a few months away from True Detective‘s next installment. As “next year” is not nearly as far away as it used to be. The latest season will star Oscar winner Mahershala Ali as state police detective Wayne Hays. The season will venture back in time to 1980, the year Ali’s detective becomes embroiled in investigating the case of two missing children in Arkansas.

As seen in the first look at the upcoming season, the show will skip between time, from Wayne’s investigation in the early ’80s to his life in the present day. The toll the case takes on Mahershala Ali’s character is heavily hinted at in the trailer. Based on that first teaser, it seems that True Detective will be getting back to the feel of Season 1 with its latest installment. The wintery vibe of Season 3 will also work well with its newly announced premiere date.

Premiering in the early half of January, Season 3 will arrive in the heart of winter. While Season 2 was met with considerable criticism, its third season could be the one it finds redemption. Arriving on the scene with an incredible debut season, True Detective became an overnight pop culture sensation. The anthology’s latest installment appears to be going back to what made that one work: a detective mystery and character drama that spans years.

The upcoming season will be comprised of eight episodes. Season 3 will chronicle a “macabre crime” that takes place at the center of the Ozarks. The mystery will “deepen” over the course of multiple decades and span three different time periods, so this season will be nothing short of ambitious. Season 1 revolved around similar elements. However, it was set in Louisiana, whereas Season 3 will take place in the Ozarks, a location that seems to be becoming a TV trend.

With a premiere date, plot and impressive cast, True Detective‘s third season appears primed to make the unpleasant memories of Season 2 fade away. Or at least hopefully it can. True Detective Season 3 premieres Sunday, January 13 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO. The list of fall premieres that will be making their way to television in the meantime is vast.