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Bill And Ted’s Alex Winter Talks About Childhood Abuse And Why He Stepped Away From Acting

Alex Winter recently spoke with The Guardian about a new documentary film he is producing about child actors, a topic he knows a great deal about having been one. Alex Winter performed in The King and I with Yul Brynner on Broadway as a kid, but at the same time he was doing that, a role he legitimately loved, he was apparently dealing with abuse. As Winter explained…

Reese Witherspoon’s Emmys 2020 Skin-Care Routine Cost Only $55

Reese Witherspoon was absolutely glowing at the Emmys 2020—a ceremony she attended from her very own backyard. She had Kerry Washington and members of her Little Fires Everywhere, The Morning Show, and Big Little Lies teams over for a socially distant party. (There was no formal audience at the Emmys this year due to coronavirus restrictions.) 

Even though there was no traditional red carpet, Witherspoon still went all in with her fashion and glam for the big night. She looked amazing, of course, with soft waves in her hair and a stunning red lip. But we couldn’t stop staring at her luminous skin in a photo she posted on Instagram with the caption, “Shortest #Emmys commute yet!”

That glow! 

We got the full breakdown on Reese Witherspoon’s Emmys 2020 skin-care routine, and the best part is the whole thing cost only $55. Her makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan used The Inkey List to get the actor’s skin ready before applying makeup. “Virtual awards or not, makeup is makeup, and proper skin prep is always essential before starting with any color,” Deenihan said in a release.

First, she cleaned Witherspoon’s skin and used The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid ($7.99), a super-moisturizing serum that hydrates and plumps the skin. 

The INKEY List Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Serum

$8

The INKEY List

“I applied a few drops of The Inkey List’s Q10 serum ($6.99), which is chock full of antioxidants, protecting the skin against damage caused by free radicals and the environment—especially beneficial with the current poor air quality on the West Coast,” Deenihan said. She then applied The Inkey List Peptide Moisturizer ($14.99), calling it “fast-absorbing without compromising extreme hydration.”

The INKEY List Q10 Antioxidant Serum

$7

The INKEY List

The INKEY List Peptide Moisturizer

$15

The INKEY List

For the undereye area, she chose The Inkey List Caffeine Eye Cream ($9.99), which is meant to reduce puffiness and keep concealer from creasing. Finally, Deenihan applied The Inkey List Polyglutamic Acid ($14.99) to Witherspoon’s skin. She called it “the perfect makeup base or ‘primer’ to lock in moisture and create a thin veil over the skin, allowing makeup to glide on seamlessly for an overall even application.”

The INKEY List Caffeine Eye Cream

$10

The INKEY List

The INKEY List Polyglutamic Acid Hydrating Serum

$15

The INKEY List

Skin that glows like that for only $55? We’re all in. 

Reese Witherspoon’s Emmys 2020 Skin Care Routine Only Cost $55

Reese Witherspoon was absolutely glowing at the Emmys 2020—a ceremony she attended from her very own backyard. She had Kerry Washington and members of her Little Fires Everywhere, The Morning Show, and Big Little Lies teams over for a socially distant party. (There was no formal audience at the Emmys this year due to coronavirus restrictions.) 

Even though there was no traditional red carpet, Witherspoon still went all in with her fashion and glam for the big night. She looked amazing, of course, with soft waves in her hair and a stunning red lip. But we couldn’t stop staring at her luminous skin in a photo she posted on Instagram with the caption, “Shortest #Emmys commute yet!”

That glow! 

We got the full breakdown on Reese Witherspoon‘s Emmys 2020 skin care routine, and the best part is the whole thing only cost $55. Her makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan used The Inkey List to get the actor’s skin ready before applying makeup.  “Virtual awards or not, makeup is makeup and proper skin prep is always essential before starting with any color,” Deenihan said in a release.

First, she cleaned Witherspoon’s skin and used The Inkey List Hyaluronic Acid ($7.99), a super-moisturizing serum that hydrates and plumps the skin. 

The INKEY List Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Serum

$8

The INKEY List

“I applied a few drops of The Ikey List’s Q10 serum ($6.99) which is chalk full of antioxidants, protecting the skin against damage caused by free radicals and the environment—especially beneficial with the current poor air quality on the West Coast,” Deenihan said. She then applied The Inkey List Peptide Moisturizer ($14.99), calling it “fast-absorbing without compromising extreme hydration.”

The INKEY List Q10 Antioxidant Serum

$7

The INKEY List

The INKEY List Peptide Moisturizer

$15

The INKEY List

For the under eye area, she chose The Inkey List Caffeine Eye Cream ($9.99), which is meant to reduce puffiness and keep concealer from creasing. Finally, Deenihan applied The Inkey List Polyglutamic Acid ($14.99) to Witherspoon’s skin. She called it “the perfect makeup base or ‘primer’ to lock in moisture and create a thin veil over the skin, allowing makeup to glide on seamlessly for an overall even application.”

The INKEY List Caffeine Eye Cream

$10

The INKEY List

The INKEY List Polyglutamic Acid Hydrating Serum

$15

The INKEY List

Skin that glows like that for only $55? We’re all in. 

Dang, Halle Berry Rocks A Backless Bikini At 54 And Looks Amazing

So, if she wants to spend her spare time showing off all of her hard work in swimwear, I’m all for it. We’re getting into that part of the year where it gets a little cooler now (although it’s still quite warm in Los Angeles), so we may not be getting more backless bikini looks for a while. Meanwhile, I’m sure Halle Berry still looks amazing in winter wear and we’ll be sure to keep you updated with all the fabulous looks, as well as the impending projects she has coming up.

BTS Bring Fall-Ready ’70s Disco Threads To Intimate Tiny Desk Concert

Last month, ahead of their staggering set of wins at the 2020 VMAs, BTS broke down their latest smash, “Dynamite,” to MTV News. “It’s a really fun disco-pop track about doing what we can do, even when things don’t work out as planned,” RM said.

But even as 2020 has been the year of things not quite working out they way we planned them, BTS has continued to thrive. “Dynamite” hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The group picked up four VMAs, including one for Best Pop. And now, even if they can’t rock stadiums with their live spectacle, the group is still making it happen: Their latest performance for NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concert series is proof.

The group brought “Dynamite” to life to kick things off, seated in a row and bedecked in their best ’70s attire — flared collars and pant legs and a sea of fall-ready earth tones — from a record shop in Seoul. It’s cool to see the group perform this way, backed up by a band behind them for what’s essentially an intimate in-store moment. And it’s the first time they performed the track with the band to accompany them.

BTS take advantage of that added muscle. For “Save Me,” the piano-led rhythm and live drums lend the track a stadium-grandeur quality, even as the action remains grounded in the diverse vocalizations between all seven members. After, “Spring Day” ends their set on a note of hope, thanks to a preface from RM: “This has been the roughest summer ever, but we know that spring will come, so let’s go together.”

It’s in keeping with a similar message J-Hope told MTV News in that same pre-VMAs interview about “Dynamite.” “We hope this song can be your energy,” he said. If the electrifying, show-stopping VMAs debut can’t be – or if you need just a little more, perhaps something autumnal and sweet — continue the vibes with BTS’s engrossing new Tiny Desk concert above.

Keanu Reeves’ Latest Matrix 4 Tease Only Leaves More Questions

While moviegoers are expecting The Matrix 4 to have tons of of explosions and thrilling action sequences, it seems that the story is also very much focused on love. Exactly how will remain a mystery, but countless questions and fan theories will likely follow. Later in that same conversation, Keanu Reeves shares some more delightfully cryptic messages about the sequel, saying:

Chris Rock Reflects On People Giving Adam Sandler The Benefit Of The Doubt With Weird Roles, Wanting That For Himself

Certainly, Marriage Story is something very much outside what we would expect from Chris Rock, but there’s no reason to believe he wouldn’t have been great in it. And perhaps a role like that of Fargo, which will be debuting next weekend, will be the thing that opens the door to roles like that. In the end, there always has to be that first role that causes Hollywood to see comedians as something else, and perhaps this will be it for him.

Gwyneth Paltrow Wants to Talk About Injectables

I mean, this is probably the first time I’ve worn makeup in months and months and months. I think self care during the pandemic was really kind of just being around my kids and my husband, cooking, and doing more masks. Because you’re home sitting around, doing masks for your hair, and just kind of back to basics— meditating, walking, that kind of thing.

What’s one beauty rule you swear by?

Honestly, hydration. If you’re drinking a lot of water and have good hydration on the inside, you’re going to look good. But if your skin is really dehydrated and your body is dehydrated it’s not a good thing for beauty.

And one you think is BS?

I just think that everybody needs to follow their own true spirit.  Whatever way that beauty manifests for them, I think that’s great.

 You’re stranded on a deserted island, what three product do you bring with you?

GOOPGENES All-In-One Nourishing Face Cream, 100%, and our GOOPGENES Nourishing Repair Body Butter that we have coming out on the 27th, which is the best body butter ever. And a good conditioner. This is where I’m the least “clean beauty” person on the planet. I go on Amazon and buy anything that says like, “grow long hair.” Or I get drugstore deep conditioner, I have one from Marc Anthony, the Grow Long, that’s my favorite.

Goop GOOPGENES All-In-One Nourishing Face Cream

Goop GOOPGENES Nourishing Repair Body Butter

Marc Anthony Grow Long Caffeine Ginseng Conditioner

$8

Marc Anthony

What’s the last Instagram or TikTok rabbit hole you went down?

My daughter was showing me before and after photographs of plastic surgery. I could not stop! I never knew there were all those sites dedicated to it. It’s just like crack, you can’t stop! Everyone is like a cinderella story or something. 

 You have $20 and free roam of a drugstore, what are you going to buy?

 Good conditioner, and probably Weleda Skin Food.

Weleda Skin Food Original Ultra-Rich Cream

 Are there any 90’s beauty trends you hope come back?

 Never again.. never! I’m still cringing when I see them from the first time.

What beauty trends are you loving right now? 

 You know what I love, Beautycounter just released these new lip glosses. Really beautiful, beautiful colors, they go on really well and it’s a super clean formula, I’m really into those.

Beautycounter Beyond Gloss

$29

Beautycounter

 Who are the women that are inspiring you the most right now?

Definitely my daughter, who is just so badass and so hilarious and so herself. She’s just a total inspiration to me. And then my friends who are daring to do things that they have always wanted to do. Like Cameron Diaz just launched a wine company, and Drew Barrymore just launched a talk show, and is really leaning into her entrepreneurial spirit. I’m really loving women who are being brave and fulling expressing themselves.

What’s the best beauty advice you’ve given your daughter?

 Love yourself.

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty associate at Glamour. Follow her on Instagram @bellacacciatore_.

Hayao Miyazaki: Things To Know About The Spirited Away Writer And Director

Studio Ghibli Announced In 2013 That Hayao Miyazaki Would Be Retiring Following The Release Of The Wind Rises

In 2013, fans of Hayao Miyazaki, and Studio Ghibli in general, were in for a shock when the Japanese animation house announced that following the release of The Wind Rises, the acclaimed director would be stepping down and retiring from filmmaking after decades of creating large, lived-in worlds and the characters that inhabited them.

At the time of his retirement announcement, Hayao Miyazaki had been working in the animation world for 50 years, having first joining Toei Animation in 1963 as an artist on Gulliver’s Travels Beyond The Moon before later making a name for himself by directing the 1979 feature The Castle of Cagliostro. But as we would all learn just a few years after the 2013 reveal, Miyazaki wasn’t going to be gone for long.

The 37 Scariest Horror Movies Ever To Watch Right Now—If You Dare

The scariest horror movies span decades and themes, but they all have one thing in common: the ability to tap into your deepest fears. Horror films are so unsettling to watch because they play out the very things you’d most like to avoid in real life. Vampires? Wouldn’t want to meet one! A haunted house? No thanks. A twisted serial killer who just won’t quit? Yeah, that’s a hard pass from me. 

And yet! I love a scary movie. There’s something cathartic about facing these terrors from the safety of your couch. I’ve shared a few of my favorites, below, and asked my fellow Glamour staffers about the scariest horror movies they’ve ever watched as well. The results were entertaining, to say the least. They also gave me some new scary movies to add to my queue—and hopefully yours, too. So turn the lights off, grab your popcorn, and get ready to be spooked. 

Anna Moeslein, senior entertainment editor