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Bradley Cooper, Ian Michael Black, Wet Hot American Summer

USA Films

Bradley Cooper knows how to give good guy-on-guy sex.

Just look at his now legendary romp with Ian Michael Black in Wet Hot American Summer?

But will we be seeing the newly single Cooper doing a repeat in the upcoming Netflix series based on the 2001 comedy.

"It's a prequel so those two characters, their relationship isn't as far along in the TV version,"  Wet Hot creator Michael Showalter told me at the premiere of his new indie, Hello, My Name is Doris, adding, "We got to keep some things a secret."

Fingers crossed!

TIFF Films, Adult Beginners

Through Films

Child's Play
It doesn't sound like Nick Kroll is in a rush to start a family.

In Adult Beginners, Amy Poehler's hilariously funny boyfriend plays a failed entrepreneur who is hired by his sister (Rose Byrne) and her husband (Bobby Cannavale) to take care of their young son.

"I like kids for about an hour or two and then I'm like, 'Alright, I'm done,'" Kroll cracked. "I have 12 nieces and nephews. I have three siblings each with four kids. That's a lot. Having 12 nieces and nephews was actually the inspiration for this movie because I spent time with them and I was like, 'Boy, am I incapable of actually taking care of these kids.'"

Lady Gaga

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Fast Read
Taissa Farmiga
has some advice for Lady Gaga for her upcoming run on American Horror Story: Hotel.

Farmiga, who co-starred in two seasons of the megahit franchise, says the singer "should expect to scream a lot."

She also said Gaga should be prepared to work…quickly!

"Not only do you get the script and something insane is happening but you only have like 12 hours before you start shooting," Farmiga said at a party for her horror comedy The Final Girls. "There's so much going on that they fall behind a little bit and we get the scripts later and later so you don't have time to process."

His Bess Thinking
Diesel creative director Nicola Formichetti debuted the ad campaign for the clothing company's new JoggJeans during a dinner at with Dazed magazine at Justine's. The ads feature quirky photo collages by Instagram artist Doug Abraham.

Gushing that he has been "obsessing" over Abraham's work for some time, Formichetti said, "We were supposed to work with all the big photographers [on the campaign], but at the very last minute I thought of Doug and I thought it would be amazing to do something with him. It was incredible."

You can check out Doug on Instagram at @bessnyc4.