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Madonna And Swae Lee Dance Like Their Lives Depend On It In ‘Crave’ Video

Madonna loves danger, she craves it. She says so in the intro for her new video for “Crave,” her sultry collaboration with Swae Lee. The simplistic video finds the pair prancing around what looks like an abandoned building as bright neon lights flash around. Also, if you ever wanted to know if Madonna can outdance you, this video offers proof that, undoubtedly, yes she can.

“Crave” is shot in color and black-and-white. Madonna’s viewpoint of her dancing conquest of this building has color while Swae Lee, moving slowly as if in a trance, sees the world without it. The contrast is beautiful. Madonna’s exaggerated movements burst with life, as does her perspective, bursting with bright neon strobe lights. Swae Lee appears as if he’s a heartthrob in a fragrance commercial, smiling and giving each closeup the most of his tattoos that he possibly can. Madonna also shows throughout the course of the video that she can dance at a higher frequency than most. She moves like a chicken without a head, sending her body into energetic spasms between words in the slow song. It’s astounding. Peculiar and marvelous.

“Crave” appears on Madonna’s forthcoming album Madame X that drops on June 14. The spy-themed LP will also feature the Quavo-assisted “Future,” empowerment anthem “I Rise,” and her Maluma-assisted tune “Medellín.”

Watch Madonna and Swae Lee take over a building in “Crave” up above.

New DVD Releases March 2019: All The Latest Movies And TV Shows

Although the summer months are geared toward plenty of outdoor activities, kids are also home from school and have plenty of free time. Which means there’s plenty of time for kids to plant themselves in front of a screen. Sure, there’s always YouTube and Netflix, but for the latest releases, look no further than this June list of titles.

This summer, we’ll see some big hits like Captain Marvel and Us finally being available in homes (the former will also be housed on Disney+). But don’t take it from me, check out the full list of the titles coming to DVD, Digital and Blu-ray below.

Early Digital releases are mentioned in the early Digital column; same day Digital releases come out when the DVD and Blu-rays do. As for DVD release, if you’re looking for May titles head here. In addition,

New DVD Releases June 4, 2019

Available currently for pre-order, this week will feature some indie hits, as well as Tyler Perry finally saying goodbye to Madea, a character that helped him to become a household name.

New DVD Releases June 11, 2019

A big new Marvel release is usually something to celebrate, and this week will be no exception, as Marvel’s first titular female superheroine will be getting her own DVD release with Captain Marvel! In addition, there are quite a few fun TV releases out this week.

Early Digital Releases Week of June 11, 2019

High Life
The Aftermath
Hotel Mumbai

New DVD Releases June 18, 2019

Following a successful run at the box office, Jordan Peele’s latest horror flick Us is making its way onto DVD and Blu-ray this week. It’s one of several high profile releases coming out, although some fared better at the box office than others. Take a look.

Us
Wonder Park
The Beach Bum
Hotel Mumbai
Will & Grace (The Revival) Season Two
Patrick Melrose
Killing Eve: Season Two
Suits: The Complete Season 8
Slaughterhouse Rulez
Lords of Chaos

New DVD Releases June 25, 2019

So far, there are fewer new releases this week than I’ve seen in some time. Of these, the highest profile release is probably The Aftermath, a period drama starring Kiera Knightley. When Knightley was doing press for the movie, she revealed why she’s not longer excited about doing nude scenes.

The Aftermath
The Hummingbird Project
Maze

Avengers: Endgame Has Officially Beat One Of Avatar’s Box Office Records

Like Captain Marvel blazing through the sky and cutting through enemy ships, Avengers: Endgame came out fast and furious at the box office, felling many records. But Endgame’s run isn’t done yet and there are still records left to conquer, particularly those belonging to the almighty box office champ, Avatar. Now, after this past weekend, Avengers: Endgame has officially beat one of Avatar’s box office records.

Prior to this past weekend, it looked like the MCU’s massive culmination film would pass Avatar to become the second-biggest film at the domestic box office all-time. All the money has now been counted and we can finally say that officially, The Russo Brothers’ latest film has done just that. According to Box Office Mojo, Avengers: Endgame now stands at $774.5 million on the domestic charts, surpassing Avatar’s $760.5 million.

It’s a remarkable feat considering that Avatar’s domestic record held all the way until 2015 when it was beat out by the return of Star Wars in J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens. No film since then has passed Avatar domestically, including box office titans like Black Panther, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Avengers: Infinity War. But records are made to be broken and Avengers: Endgame has done that in less than a month.

The $774.5 million and counting Avengers: Endgame has made cements it as the second-biggest domestic film ever, now trailing only The Force Awakens. It may have to settle for No. 2 though because the record held by Episode VII will require extraordinary legs to catch. Star Wars: The Force Awakens holds the top spot on the domestic charts with a historic $936.6 million, over $160 million more than where Endgame is currently at.

On the worldwide record front, things are more competitive and interesting. Avengers: Endgame may have passed Avatar’s domestic total and James Cameron’s other box office champ Titanic worldwide, but Avatar’s all-time, worldwide box office record remains intact.

Avatar is the No. 1, biggest movie ever at the box office, with $2.788 million worldwide. Right now, Avengers: Endgame sits at $2.620 million worldwide. Like the domestic record, Endgame will have to make over $160 million more around the world to catch Avatar and stand alone atop the worldwide box office chart.

Whether it can do that remains to be seen, but we may be in for a photo finish with box office aficionados watching Endgame’s every dollar come in like political pundits on election night. As of now, Avengers: Endgame has won a battle against Avatar, but the war is undecided and James Cameron still sits upon the throne.

Avengers: Endgame is now playing while Avatar 2 has been delayed (again) until 2021. Check out our 2019 Release Schedule to see all the movies you can look forward to the rest of this year.

Why Daisy Ridley Loves Rey’s Shot At The Start Of The Rise Of Skywalker Trailer

After over a year of anticipation and speculation, the first trailer for the conclusion to the Skywalker Saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, was revealed last month at the Star Wars Celebration in Chicago. As expected, the The Rise of Skywalker reveal has only increased anticipation and speculation from fans as the release date approaches at the end of the year.

There’s especially a lot of interest surrounding Rey, who is in possession of Luke Skywalker’s legendary lightsaber and showed off a badass flip to dodge Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer. The scene is a standout moment from The Rise of Skywalker teaser. Daisy Ridley recently gushed about her character’s presence in the record-breaking trailer, even nudging at its significance to the upcoming installment. In her words:

When Rey was introduced in The Force Awakens, she was discovering her powers and starting her journey that has since had her training the ways of the Jedi with Luke and going head-to-head with Kylo Ren. After finding her place with the resistance, Episode IX looks to show her with a more defined role in the story and with more control over her strengths. It’ll be exciting to see Rey finally shine to the best of her abilities now that she really knows what she’s capable of!

There are some other questions floating around concerning Rey as well though. The Last Jedi revealed that Rey is not a Skywalker, she’s the daughter of “no one,” i.e. her parents were insignificant. After the divisive response of Episode VIII, some think the film will retcon some of Rian Johnson’s choices, including Rey’s lineage. J.J. Abrams did recently tease that there is more to the story then what was revealed in The Last Jedi, so the film will likely explore her past more in depth.

A key reason for fans’ speculation that Rey is actually a Skywalker after all is the film’s title, but there’s still a lot we don’t know about the upcoming release, and may details will likely be under wraps until the movie hits theaters. Another loose end fans will be looking to be addressed is the fate of Rey and Kylo’s relationship. While some have dreamt up a budding romance, Daisy Ridley has voiced her disinterest in this because of the emotional abuse and violence Kylo has shown.

Per Daisy Ridley’s words to Vanity Fair, The Rise of Skywalker will show off a more confident and capable Rey. Daisy Ridley returns alongside John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Domhnall Gleeson and Kelly Marie Tran when the Star Wars conclusion hits theaters on December 20.

Leaving Netflix in June 2019: It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Elle Woods

Elle Woods may not have thought getting into Harvard Law School was hard, but saying goodbye to her and the Legally Blonde movies on Netflix sure will be. It’s true, even the sequel—Legally Blonde: Red, White & Blonde—will no longer be available come June 1. So get your fill of Bruiser, Paulette, and the “bend and snap” while you still can.

Also leaving the streaming service this month are a slew of Disney movies like 101 Dalmations and The Fox and the Hound, the classic ’80s teen movie Pretty in Pink, both Kill Bill films, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and one of Ryan Reynolds breakout movies, National Lampoon’s Van Wilder.

Below is a breakdown on what’s leaving when so you can plan the next week or so of viewing accordingly. The good news is, this is Netflix, so your feed will never be without a bazillion new shows and movies to stream at will all summer long. Check out what’s coming here.

An Extremely Goofy Movie
Apollo 13Cold in July
Disney’s 101 Dalmatians
Disney’s The Fox and the Hound 2
Disney’s The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story
Doom
Freddy vs. Jason
Friday the 13th
Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves
I Am Legend
In the Army Now
Inspector Gadget 2
Jason X
Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
Legally Blonde
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde
My Bloody Valentine
Playing It Cool
Pretty in Pink
Reindeer Games
Stargate
Terminator Salvation
The Bone Collector
The Constant Gardener

District 9

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

The Soloist

Grand Designs: Australia: Season 4
I Own Australia’s Best Home: Season 1
I Own Britain’s Best Home: Season 1
Mother

Apocalypse Now
Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things
National Lampoon’s Van Wilder
The Pianist

Death Race

Disney’s Mulan 2

The only silver lining here is that Legally Blonde 3 is officially a go. Reese Witherspoon confirmed the news last June.

Why I Never Take Advice From People With Perfect Skin

“Have you tried just using Dove soap? That’s what I use.” That’s the advice my freshman year roommate gave me after I had complained to her for the millionth time about how my acne was making me miserable, and the antibiotics I’d been taking for it for years were no longer making a difference. In the eights months of living together, I had seen her with a pimple maybe once.

Now, I open Instagram to a parade of influencers with flawless complexions telling me about the newest life-changing face oil they happen to have a discount code for. Twitter accounts preach how tea tree oil and rosewater is the secret to clear, radiant skin. In every Q&A, models tell me I can look just like them if I drink more water (hot with lemon, only in the morning) and do yoga three times a week.

Clear, perfect skin has always been a symbol of wealth and beauty, but thanks in part to social media and millennials’ skin care obsession, perfect skin has become an even greater signifier. When I was in high school, complements were always more holistic: “You look so pretty,” “Your makeup looks so good.” Now, whenever I meet up with a group of friends someone will say “your skin looks amazing,” or leave a comment on Instagram like “OMG skin.”

At this point, having flawless skin is like social currency. It goes beyond showing you have money (look at celebrities such as Kendall Jenner and Lorde who have been open about acne struggles). Rather, it’s a sort of signal that you belong to an elite club and are someone who takes pride in taking care of themselves. Influencers are posting close up photos of their skin as if to invite people to comment on how good it is. In fact, one I follow routinely posts stories of herself testing skin care products with #nofilter. She might not be intentionally bragging about her perfect canvas (but, I mean, come on), but that’s exactly what it feels like when her content pops up on my phone.

Here’s the thing, though: It’s not the new products that account for the fact she has no pimples or her skin is so luminous she doesn’t need makeup. I’m sure they, along with access to facialists and derms, help. But her genetics are the real star of the show.

In both real life and online, I’m bombarded by people with perfect skin telling me a single product or regimen is to thank. But I don’t buy any of it. The fact of the matter is I’ll never have the skin these women were born with.

“As much as I can laser patient’s skin or give out prescription medications, nothing can beat good genetics,” says New York dermatologist Joshua Zeichner, M.D. “It’s better to have good genes than a good dermatologist.” Recent studies have also confirmed a deeper link between genetics and acne.

I’m not saying skin care doesn’t matter. When I cocktail and combine effectively, it most certainly does. I have a number of products I rely on to keep my cystic acne manageable and my flaky skin at bay. But no serum, lotion, or oil will ever truly—and completely—transform my face. The closest I can get to good genes is a round of Accutane, which I did last year, and I still struggle with breakouts. They’re caused by hormonal factors that aren’t as easy to fix as a couple of zits that appeared because I used the wrong sunscreen.

Netflix New Releases: Movies And TV Shows Coming To Netflix Streaming In June 2019

The world of streaming content continues to get more segmented and more populated as time goes on. Which only means the monthly drops that a service like Netflix engages in tend to be more and more exciting.

Part of the fun is not knowing what is going to be headed our way in the month to come until the streaming service drops the official list. Looking at June’s incoming line-up, there is some heavy-hitting material subscribers can look forward to seeing added to the platform in the coming month.

If you’re a little behind on what came into town through the month of May, you can check that lineup out in the right corner of our galaxy. For now, it’s time to take those two steps into the future, and see what’s headed to Netflix in June.

Week of June 1

Arthdal Chronicles – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/1/19
Oh, Ramona! – NETFLIX FILM – 6/1/19
50/50 – 6/1/19
A.I. Artificial Intelligence – 6/1/19
Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day – 6/1/19
Batman Begins – 6/1/19
Cabaret – 6/1/19
Carrie – 6/1/19
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof – 6/1/19
Dynasty: Season 2 – 6/1/19
Good Night, and Good Luck – 6/1/19
Gran Torino – 6/1/19
Life in the Doghouse – 6/1/19
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa – 6/1/19
Magic Mike – 6/1/19
Network – 6/1/19
Platoon – 6/1/19
Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary World Of Ben Ferencz – 6/1/19
Satan & Adam – 6/1/19
Small Soldiers – 6/1/19
The Dark Knight – 6/1/19
The Phantom of the Opera – 6/1/19
The Space Between Us – 6/1/19
What a Girl Wants – 6/1/19

Week of June 2

Documentary Now!: Season 3 – 6/3/19
Malibu Rescue: The Series – NETFLIX FAMILY – 6/3/19
Miranda Sings Live…Your Welcome – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/4/19
A Silent Voice – 6/5/19
Black Mirror: Season 5 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/5/19
Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – 6/5/19
Alles ist gut – NETFLIX FILM – 6/6/19
Todos lo saben – 6/6/19
3%: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/7/19
Belmonte – 6/7/19
The Black Godfather – NETFLIX FILM – 6/7/19
The Chef Show – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/7/19
Designated Survivor: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/7/19
Elisa & Marcela – NETFLIX FILM – 6/7/19
I Am Mother – NETFLIX FILM – 6/7/19
Pachamama – NETFLIX FAMILY – 6/7/19
Rock My Heart – NETFLIX FILM – 6/7/19
Super Monsters Monster Pets – NETFLIX FAMILY – 6/7/19
Tales of the City – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/7/19
Berlin, I Love You – 6/8/19

Week of June 9

Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet – 6/11/19
Jo Koy: Comin’ In Hot – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/12/19
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese – NETFLIX FILM – 6/12/19
The 3rd Eye 2 – NETFLIX FILM – 6/13/19
Jinn – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/13/19
Kakegurui xx – NETFLIX ANIME – 6/13/19
Aggretsuko: Season 2 – NETFLIX ANIME – 6/14/19
The Alcàsser Murders – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/14/19
Awake: The Million Dollar Game – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/14/19
Charité at War – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/14/19
Cinderella Pop – NETFLIX FILM – 6/14/19
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce: Season 5 – 6/14/19
Leila – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/14/19
Life Overtakes Me – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/14/19
Marlon: Season 2 – 6/14/19
Murder Mystery – NETFLIX FILM – 6/14/19
Unité 42 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/14/19
Grey’s Anatomy: Season 15 – 6/15/19

Week of June 16

Cop Car – 6/16/19
The Missing: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/17/19
Adam Devine: Best Time of Our Lives – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/18/19
Big Kill – 6/18/19
Beats – NETFLIX FILM – 6/19/19
The Edge of Democracy – NETFLIX FILM – 6/19/19
Le Chant du Loup – NETFLIX FILM – 6/20/19
Ad Vitam – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/21/19
Bolívar – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/21/19
The Casketeers: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/21/19
The Confession Tapes: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/21/19
Dark: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/21/19
The End of Evangelion – 6/21/19
EVANGELION: DEATH (TRUE)² – 6/21/19
Girls Incarcerated: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/21/19
GO! Live Your Way: Season 2 – NETFLIX FAMILY – 6/21/19
Jaoon Kahan Bata Ae Dil – NETFLIX FILM – 6/21/19
La misma sangre – NETFLIX FILM – 6/21/19
Mr. Iglesias – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/21/19
Neon Genesis Evangelion – 6/21/19
Shooter: Season 3 – 6/21/19

Week of June 23

Forest of Piano: Season 2 – NETFLIX ANIME – 6/24/19
Mike Epps: Only One Mike – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/25/19
The Golem – 6/26/19
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – 6/26/19
The Zookeeper – 6/26/19
Answer for Heaven – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/27/19
20th Century Women – 6/28/19
7SEEDS – NETFLIX ANIME – 6/28/19
Dope: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/28/19
Exhibit A – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/28/19
Instant Hotel: Season 2 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/28/19
Motown Magic: Season 2 – NETFLIX FAMILY – 6/28/19
Paquita Salas: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/28/19
The Chosen One – NETFLIX ORIGINAL – 6/28/19
Scare Tactics: Seasons 4 & 5 – 6/29/19

Week of June 30

Madam Secretary: Season 5 – 6/30/19

June TBD

Marvel’s Jessica Jones: Season 3 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Trinkets – NETFLIX ORIGINAL

In terms of the movies headed to Netflix in June, there are some new originals and old favorites that dovetail rather nicely. Case in point: Steven Spielberg’s underrated tribute to friend and mentor Stanley Kubrick, A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, is making an appearance on Netflix in the coming month.

This looks like it’d make for an interesting double feature with Netflix’s own original film about the future of humanity and robotics comingling, I Am Mother. Though judging by that first trailer for the platform’s sci-fi original starring Hilary Swank, it doesn’t look like the robots are as adorable and trustworthy as Haley Joel Osment or Jude Law ever were.

Another interesting original coming to Netflix is the Adam Sandler/Jennifer Aniston comedy Murder Mystery, which sees the two teaming up once again in the name of laughs. This time, Aniston and Sandler play a married couple who, after being invited to a random getaway with some of the world’s richest people, have to figure out who murdered their gracious host.

Of course, if you’re interested in hanging out with a not-so-old favorite, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is hopping into our dimension of the streaming world towards the end of June. Though if you haven’t seen the film already, that’s just one more reason to climb aboard and experience the Academy Award-winning wonder.

If you’re wondering if the rumors about Marvel’s Jessica Jones are true, you are correct: June will see the series finale of the Netflix original debuting at some point in the month of June. Though it’s not all darkness on the TV front, as the newly-minted original series Designated Survivor heads into Season 3 with President Tom Kirkman fighting to keep his job, and his integrity in the process.

Should politics be your thing, then you’ll love that CBS’s Madam Secretary will be debuting Season 5 on the Netflix platform later in June’s calendar. So if you really want to jump from President Kirkman to Secretary McCord in one fell swoop, you’ll have to wait. But if you’re looking for some Stranger Things vibes, and can’t wait until Season 3’s July 4th debut, you can always check out the German language original Dark, which is entering its second mystery laden season on air.

Keep in mind as you browse the Netflix catalog in the month of June that all titles are subject to change. So if something hasn’t debuted as listed, or if a title was removed entirely, you may want to check back here for further updates. With that in mind, happy streaming to you all, and we’ll see you back here when July’s mysterious lineup is unveiled in its due time.

Apparently Quentin Tarantino Got Snippy When Asked About Margot Robbie’s Limited Role As Sharon Tate

Quentin Tarantino’s eagerly anticipated and star-studded ninth film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival yesterday, alongside the release of a new trailer. On Wednesday morning, director Quentin Tarantino and stars Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie fielded questions about the film from reporters at the festival and that’s where things got a bit testy.

Quentin Tarantino got snippy about a question from a New York Times reporter about Margot Robbie’s role in the film, according to Variety. Specifically, the reporter mentioned Margot Robbie’s acting talents and reeled off the names of some of the acclaimed films she’s been in. They then mentioned that Robbie doesn’t get many lines as Sharon Tate in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and asked why that was, to which Quentin Tarantino responded:

The auteur seemed none to thrilled at the question and left his answer at that. He didn’t bother to actually address why Margot Robbie didn’t have more lines in the film, instead limiting his response to a terse rebuke of the question’s very premise.

Quentin Tarantino was clearly unhappy and took issue with either the notion that Margot Robbie was underused in his film and/or the possible subtext of the question as to why an actress of her caliber had such a limited role.

The exchange and Quentin Tarantino’s snippy response appeared to make for quite the awkward press conference moment. The question was also directed at Margot Robbie and she got to cut the tension with her own, more verbose answer, saying:

Margot Robbie seems to be quite pleased with her experience filming Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and framed her limited dialogue in the film as something of an acting challenge. The actress got to just live in the character on her own and convey Sharon Tate’s innocence and how wonderful she was in non-verbal ways.

The Oscar-nominated actress views the scenes she is in in the film as honoring Sharon Tate and serving the story, and if she did feel displeased with or underutilized in the role, she didn’t say so. It was deftly handled by Margot Robbie, who was basically being asked ‘Hey, should this guy sitting next to you, who cast you in his movie, have given you more lines?’ Like a true pro, she gave a good answer to diffuse an awkward moment.

Even if this wasn’t going to be one of the points of discussion around Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, it probably will now given Quentin Tarantino’s response. However, without having seen the film, it’s tough to evaluate the fairness and merit of the question or Margot Robbie’s role as Sharon Tate.

Those who have seen Once Upon a Time in Hollywood seemed to really enjoy it, with the early reactions out of Cannes highlighting the humor and the performance while also noting that it may be controversial.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood opens in theaters on July 26. Check out our 2019 Release Schedule to keep track of all of this summer’s biggest movies.

Natalie Portman Denies Dating Moby, Says He Was a ‘Much Older Man Being Creepy With Me’

In a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Natalie Portman refutes musician Moby’s claims that they dated when she was 20 years old. Instead, she says it was a case of him acting “creepy” toward her when she was a teenager and he was 33.

Moby, now 53, claims in his new memoir, Then It Fell Apart, that he and Portman met backstage after one of his shows in Austin, Texas. “I was a bald binge drinker and Natalie Portman was a beautiful movie star. But here she was in my dressing room, flirting with me,” he writes, according to The Telegraph.

In the memoir, per The Guardian, Moby recalls going to parties in New York with the actress, and visiting her when she was a student at Harvard. “At midnight she brought me to her dorm room and we lay down next to each other on her small bed. After she fell asleep I carefully extracted myself from her arms and took a taxi back to my hotel.”

But Portman, 37, has a different memory of the events. “I was surprised to hear that he characterized the very short time that I knew him as dating because my recollection is a much older man being creepy with me when I just had graduated high school,” she tells Harper’s Bazaar UK. “He said I was 20; I definitely wasn’t. I was a teenager. I had just turned 18. There was no fact-checking from him or his publisher—it almost feels deliberate. That he used this story to sell his book was very disturbing to me. It wasn’t the case. There are many factual errors and inventions. I would have liked him or his publisher to reach out to fact check.”

She continued, “I was a fan and went to one of his shows when I had just graduated. When we met after the show, he said, ‘let’s be friends’. He was on tour and I was working, shooting a film, so we only hung out a handful of times before I realized that this was an older man who was interested in me in a way that felt inappropriate.”

Moby took to Instagram on Wednesday, May 22 to address Portman’s comments.

“I recently read a gossip piece wherein Natalie Portman said that we’d never dated,” he wrote. “This confused me, as we did, in fact, date. And after briefly dating in 1999 we remained friends for years. I like Natalie, and I respect her intelligence and activism. But, to be honest, I can’t figure out why she would actively misrepresent the truth about our (albeit brief) involvement. The story as laid out in my book Then It Fell Apart is accurate, with lots of corroborating photo evidence, etc. P.S.: I completely respect Natalie’s possible regret in dating me (to be fair, I would probably regret dating me, too), but it doesn’t alter the actual facts of our brief romantic history.”

Portman goes on to say in the story—a feature-length profile—how instrumental movements like Time’s Up and #MeToo have been in empowering women to speak up.

“Time’s Up circumvented the legal system which people have complained about, but the legal system has not been serving women for so long and there was such frustration with it,” she said. “It gave women the ability to say, ‘We’re essentially being silenced and shamed and now we’re coming forward.’ There’s a real collective force when so many women come together.”

New Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Image Reveals How Massive The Land Is

Disney told us from the very beginning that Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge was going to be the single largest land expansion in the history of Disneyland when it was finally here. However, Disney Parks are already so massive that it’s difficult to get an idea of exactly what that means. Just how big is Galaxy’s Edge?

While the land doesn’t open to the general public (or more specifically, those with reservations) for a little over a week, Galaxy’s Edge has been giving sneak peeks to some including press members recently, and it recently held a cast member event in the space. From that event has come one of the few official photos of the new land that has been released, that includes 1400 people surrounding the Millennium Falcon. Check it out.

While there’s certainly a lot of people in this photo, the fact is that Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is so much more than what you see in the picture, that it’s going to clearly be able to hold an insane number of people due to its size. The other major E-ticket attraction, Rise of the Resistance, though it won’t be open on May 31 with the rest of the land, isn’t even visible in this picture. That means there’s a lot of space left empty that thousands more people will be able to inhabit.

The picture, posted on Instagram by Disneyland President Josh D’Amaro, also shows just how big the Millennium Falcon actually is. For many, simply standing in the presence of a full sized replica of the iconic ship will be the ultimate Star Wars experience.

One can certainly imagine an aerial photo of Galaxy’s Edge looking this packed most of the time if Disneyland actually lets enough people into the new land. Of course, it’s not clear at this point exactly how many people will actually be getting to Galaxy’s Edge when it opens.

Getting access to Galaxy’s Edge for the first three weeks will require a reservation. All of the reservations made available to the general public in that time are already gone. The only way to be able to visit the planet of Batuu now is to book a reservation at a Disneyland Resort hotel, for which rooms are still available even now.

After the first three weeks, access to Galaxy’s Edge will be handled through a digital queue system where guests will be notified on their smartphone when they can visit the land. One assumes this process will last until the crowds die down to a level where people will be able to enter and exit at their leisure, although, considering how popular the new land is going to be, it could be quite some time before that happens.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens at Disneyland May 31 and an identical land will open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World August 29. A second phase including the second E-ticket attraction, Rise of the Resistance will open at an as yet undisclosed time in both parks later this year.