Once a Gilmore, always a Gilmore. Ain’t that the truth. It’s like no time has passed since Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel last starred together. The actresses reunite in the first promo for Netflix’s Gilmore Girls reboot.

The streaming service announced the premiere date of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. If you want to bingewatch all four episodes, perhaps book off Friday, November 25. That’s roughly 120 days away to think of a good excuse 😉

Seasons change, but it appears some things never will. Specifically, Lorelai and Rory. Check out the clip below.

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Wynter Gordon made a splash with “Dirty Talk” in 2010. She followed that up with a couple of moderate dance hits, but her career never really took off outside of the club realm. The 30-year-old resurfaces with a new sound and a new name to boot.

Correction. Not really a new name, but her birth one. The artist formerly known as Wynter now goes by Diana Gordon. Now that she’s doing it independently, her music reflects that.

The Legend Of…” is an indie electronic R&B jam that’s a departure from her past pop-dance offerings. It’s not mainstream but a mesmerizing listen. She even name drops Beyonce on the track. If you didn’t know, she co-wrote three tracks for Bey’s Lemonade including “Sorry” which featured that infamous “Becky with the good hair” line. Give “The Legend Of…” a listen below.

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Suicide Squad storms into theaters on August 6. With the release date quickly approaching, the entire cast is hitting the media circuit hard, promoting the anti-hero film. Thankfully, one of them is doing it shirtless.

Jared Leto goes sans top for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Though he’s playing the Joker, his body is no joke. The 44-year-old actor is in fantastic shape.

In addition to showing off his physique, Leto talks about his career, his latest role and his thought’s on Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the iconic villain. Read more below.

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Matt Damon Recaps Jason Bourne In 90 Seconds

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It’s been almost a decade since Matt Damon appeared as Jason Bourne on the silver screen. Unless you’ve watched the films recently, you most likely are a bit hazy about what happened during the first three installments of the spy franchise. Fear not, Matt Damon is here to refresh your memory.

The 45-year-old actor gives a quick recap, condensing the series which has a total running time of 447 minutes into a digestible 90 seconds. Think of it as a visual Coles Notes. Every long-running franchise should follow suit and film a clip like this whenever a new installment arrives. It really does help.

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While Donald Trump continues to have difficulties finding songs that are approved by the original artists to play during his rallies, that’s not the case for Hillary Clinton. Just look at the star wattage power speaking and performing at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. The Hollywood love continues with this new clip.

Directed by Elizabeth Banks, an all-star group show off their vocal skills in the name of Hillary. Together with Rachel Platten, they cover Platten’s inspirational hit “Fight Song.” Some of the stars appearing in the clip are Eva Longoria, Jane Fonda, Idina Menzel, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Aisha Tyler, Sia and several of Banks’ Pitch Perfect co-stars. Check out the video below.

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Nicole Scherzinger Joins Disney Musical Moana

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These days, Nicole Scherzinger is spending most of her time on the other side of the Atlantic. The 38-year-old native Hawaiian returns to the Pacific Ocean for her next gig.

The former Pussycat Doll is the latest to lend her voice to Disney’s next high-profile animated film. She’ll play the titular character’s mother, Sina, in Moana. Her addition was announced in conjunction with Temuera Morrison as Moana’s father Chief Tui, Rachel House as Gramma Tala, Jemaine Clement as Tamatoa, and Alan Tudyk as Heihei joining the film.

They all join previously announced cast members Auli‘i Cravalho as the title character and Dwayne Johnson as half god, half mortal Maui. If you haven’t seen any of the teaser clips, check out a couple below including a new one released last week.

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JoJo Gets Emotional In Video Teasing New Music

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After finally being freed by her old record label, JoJo released Tringle last year which featured three tracks including the wicked “When Love Hurts.” Like most fans, I hoped a full-length album would follow shortly. Alas, nothing came. It appears, though, that her third studio LP finally might be on the horizon.

In a minute-long promo clip, the 25-year-old shares footage from childhood home videos. She shares snippets from a new ballad, while declaring that it’s always been about the music. “I don’t have a schtick, I don’t have an angle. It’s just me and my music. It’s time,” she states. Check out the moving clip below.

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Trainspotting Sequel Debuts First Teaser Trailer

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Twenty-one years after the release of his breakthrough hit, director Danny Boyle reunites with the cast of Trainspotting for T2. Spud, Renton, Sick Boy and Begbie are all back for the highly-anticipated sequel.

The first teaser trailer shows Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller and Robert Carlyle standing alongside each other as a train passes by. Iggy Pop’s “Lust for Life,” which was featured in the first film, also makes a return in the promo clip.

T2 takes place nine years after the original. When asked back in 2007 on whether a sequel would happen, Boyle stated to the Scotsman during an interview, “I just want to wait until the actors are in their 40s. I could make it now, but the problem is they all look the same. I want them to look ravaged by the passing of time.”

T2 is slated for a January 27, 2017 release in the United Kingdom, followed by a February 3, 2017 roll-out in the United States. Check out the nostalgic promo below.

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