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Armie Hammer Talks Hollywood's Sexual Misconduct Double Standard, Calls Out Casey Affleck's Oscar Win

Armie Hammer shows off his biceps on the cover of THR‘s new issue.

Here’s what the 31-year-old Call Me By Your Name actor had to share:

On Nate Parker and Casey Affleck‘s sexual misconduct allegations: ““Nate had the stuff in his past, which is heinous and tough to get beyond. I get that. But that was when he was 18 and now he’s in director jail. At the same time, the guy who went and won an Academy Award has three cases of sexual assault against him. And [Parker] had one incident — which was heinous and atrocious — but his entire life is affected in the worst possible way. And the other guy won the highest award you can get as an actor. It just doesn’t make sense, you know? I’m not saying Nate should not have been in trouble. I’m saying that they got in different levels of trouble. And that’s the disparity. It’s like there are two standards for how to deal with someone who has this kind of issue in their past, you know?”

On sexual abuse in Hollywood: “It’s been permissible for too long for people in positions of power to abuse, and for the powerless to be expected to just take it. The system seems to be shaken, and thank God.”

For more from Armie, visit HollywoodReporter.com.

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Adam Driver Reveals How Acting in 'Star Wars' Is Different From Other Movies

Adam Driver is looking very handsome for Esquire‘s December/January issue, on newsstands November 28.

Here’s what the 34-year-old Star Wars: The Last Jedi actor had to share with the mag:

On what it’s like acting in Star Wars: “The thing with Star Wars is that they’re like, ‘Trust us, there is space behind you.’ Or ‘Trust us, your lightsaber will work.’ So a part of the impulse in wanting to see it is because there is so much visual shit going on that I didn’t know what was happening. You know what’s happening in While We’re Young, you know? I did it. We’re in a bike shop. With Star Wars, it’s like, ‘This is…where you meet Snoke.’ And I’m like, ‘Okay, it’s kind of like a cave. I get it.’ Or, ‘Oh, that looks like Andy Serkis. I can’t tell.’”

On the only movie he’s ever watched himself in: “The Force Awakens is the only movie I’ve sat with an audience and watched.”

On what it was like knowing his character killed Han Solo and no one in the audience knew yet: “Credits started, the whole scroll at the beginning, and they start screaming, ‘Oh my God! It’s happening.’ And I flash-forward to where I killed Han, and I got really sick, and went really cold, waiting for when it was over.”

For more from Adam, visit Esquire.com.

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Gwen Stefani Reveals What Heartbreak Has Taught Her

Gwen Stefani is on the cover of Marie Claire‘s holiday issue, on newsstands November 28!

Here’s what the 48-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag:

On what she learned from heartbreak: “What I learned was that my heartbreak was supposed to happen, that it was my purpose to write about and share my story. I met at least 50 to 100 people before each show on my tour and got to hear that my truth and my story translated, and I feel very lucky and honored knowing that.”

On life with Blake Shelton on his ranch in Oklahoma: “It’s very tribal. Blake has a sister, she comes with her kids. We cook and get muddy and dirty. There are ATV’s. Being a mother of three boys, it’s kind of the perfect place. Everything is real now, whereas before, things didn’t seem so real.”

On what she wants to do next: “I would love to do something like [write a musical], just be a part of a writing thing, because that confidence has come back now, and I know I have something to offer. It used to be such a stress; there was so much doubt in me – now it’s like, ‘Well, just go and write and write a song.’”

For more from Gwen, visit MarieClaire.com.

FYI: Gwen is wearing David Koma on the cover.

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Riverdale's KJ Apa Shows Abs For First Ever Issue of 'The Hero Winter Annual 2017'

KJ Apa takes a bite out of his necklace while gracing the cover of the first The HERO Winter Annual magazine.

The 20-year-old Riverdale actor went shirtless for most of his cover shoot.

“I’m on the cover of the launch issue of The HERO Winter Annual 2017! Check out the HERO website for more info @hero_magazine,” KJ tweeted.

The HERO Winter Annual full mag will be released on Tuesday (November 21) and features a few of our other favorites too!

13 Reasons Why‘s Brandon Flynn and Alisha Boe, as well as Karen Gillan will also be in the magazine. Stay tuned for the rest!

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Kim Kardashian's Latest Photo Shoot Is So Sexy!

Kim Kardashian is looking amazing in this new photo shoot with Violet Grey!

Here’s what the 37-year-old reality star had to say amid the release of her brand new fragrance, Crystal Gardenia:

On how her love for fragrance began when she was young: “Every time my Dad would travel, he’d bring me and Kourtney back a perfume. Benetton made this perfume called Tribu, and it’s all me and my friends wanted. We were so obsessed with Tribu, and the bottle is so ugly—it’s yellow, and red, and it’s not even cute! But I still have the bottle he gave me.”

On the design of her perfume bottle: “I wanted a perfume I could hold in my hand like a healing crystal, that gives off good vibes and good energy.”

On selling her scent through her app and website: “I feel like social media is such a powerful tool. It’s great to partner with amazing beauty brands and retailers, but to have an e-commerce platform and do it on your own is powerful as well, and I wanted to go that route so I have full control.”

Cassandra Grey, Violet Grey Founder, on Kim’s fragrance: “Kim’s story is inspiring because it combines talent, know how, and above all, hard work. The journey behind Crystal Gardenia struck me as not only being entrepreneurial, but deeply personal too, and I wanted to share that story. I envisioned Violet Grey for women like her, and with the Women Made series, I hope to shine a light on the stories that honor the female entrepreneurial spirit.”

For more from Kim, visit VioletGrey.com.

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Kelly Clarkson Dishes on Her Sex Life with Brandon Blackstock

Kelly Clarkson is on the cover of Redbook magazine’s December/January issue, on newsstands November 21.

Here’s what the 35-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag:

On being a positive body image hero to so many women—and how fans might react if she lost weight: “That’s already happened to me. They shame you for it. Same thing happened with Miranda Lambert—I had dinner with her and we were talking about that. She was like, “Should I gain? Should I lose?” But no one actually cares about your health. They just care about aesthetics. It’s when I’m fat that I’m happy. People think, Oh, there’s something wrong with her. She’s putting on weight. I’m like, “Oh, no! I’m sorry, but that represents happiness in my emotional world.” For me, when I’m skinny is usually when I’m not doing well. If you gauge your life on what other people think, you’re going to be in a constant state of panic trying to please everyone. People should just concentrate on their own lives and their own health and their own happiness, and whatever that looks like for you, be happy with it.”

On how being a mom changed her: “Literally, having children has brought fear to my life. That sounds horrible, I know, but before kids I was fearless. Now I go to bed and I have nightmares of someone just grabbing my little girl and running. It’s always about me not being able to protect my kids somehow. I’m a mama bear. Just recently our nanny told me that an older kid was mean to my daughter at the park and that she just crumbled. I’m glad I wasn’t there, because I wouldn’t have handled that well. I totally went off on that 6-year-old in my head!”

On keeping things spontaneous with her husband, Brandon: “Any time we’re in a discussion about sex with a bunch of couples, Brandon and I stay pretty quiet. To keep it family appropriate, let’s say we’re just a lot more active than other couples. I’m a person who loves change. He loves spontaneity. Having a set time or place [to have sex] would be boring to us. When I met Brandon, I wasn’t looking for a friend. I have a lot of great friends! I was looking for a lover. I had never found someone I was truly passionate about, who I wanted to stay in bed with all day. The fact that I did, well…I was going to latch on and take advantage of that.”

For more from Kelly, visit RedbookMag.com.

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Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, & A-List Stars Discuss Being a Woman in Hollywood

Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Mary J. Blige, Jessica Chastain, Allison Janney and Saoirse Ronan are all featured on the cover of THR‘s annual dramatic actress roundtable issue.

Here’s what the stars had to share with the mag:

Jennifer, on being “punished” for standing up for herself on set: “Sometimes — I’ve had this happen: I finally made the decision to stand up for myself, and then I went to go to the bathroom at work and one of the producers stopped me and was like, ‘You know, we can hear you on the microphone, you’ve been really unruly.’ Which was not true, but basically my job was threatened because the director said something fucked up to me and I said, ‘That’s sick, you can’t talk to me like that,’ and then I was punished, and I got afraid that I wasn’t going to be hired again … I was called difficult and a nightmare.”

Jessica, on why things in Hollywood need to change: “You know what [Sorkin] said to me the other day when we were talking about what’s going on in the industry? He said that he was talking to his daughter, Roxy, and saying, ‘Listen, when you go into the workforce, if a guy grabs you or does something with you, you can scream, you can fight back.’ And she turned to him and said, ‘Dad, why are you teaching me to defend myself and not teaching those guys not to be creeps?’ The onus isn’t on women. Society has a way of blaming victims: You didn’t come out soon enough or you’re not asking for enough money. But the onus is on others not to abuse their power.”

Allison, on the pressure to look perfect: “For I, Tonya, I got to do this old-age makeup, and I was like three hours in this makeup, and then I saw myself and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, this is fantastic. I don’t have to worry about my jowls.’ It was so freeing to go and work on a part that I didn’t care what I looked like. Even seeing it, I was like, ‘Oh, God, I can watch myself because I look so awful.’”

For more from the stars, visit HollywoodReporter.com.

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