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Caitlyn Jenner introduces the band Culture Club as they perform at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, CA

Caitlyn Jenner is not here for the political shade.

During the promo run for her show I Am Cait, Jenner is clearing up her comments about Ted Cruz after she said she “likes” the conservative Texan and volunteered to be his “trans ambassador” during an interview with The Advocate.

“I never said that I endorsed Ted Cruz. I said I like him. He is a constitutionalist, and I think we have to get our country back to something like that. Now, out of all the candidates, I also feel that as far as the LGBT community, he would probably be the worst and need the most help,” she said.

Check out I Am Cait Sunday at 9 p.m. on E!

Blake Lively battles the dangerous waters as deep as the unknown in the exclusive trailer for her upcoming film The Shallows.

Lively plays Nancy, a young woman who decides to go surfing in an isolated area. In the film, things take a turn for the deadly when she finds herself stranded just yards from land, face-to-face with a shark swimming in the shallow waters.

The Shallows hits theaters on June 24th. Check out the exclusive trailer above.

Amber Heard leaves her hotel

Amber Heard is joining the Justice League.

According to reports, the 29-year-old actress has been cast as Mera, the undersea queen and wife of Aquaman. “It’s interesting. I’m wearing, like, half suit of armor, half scales. It’s strange, But we’re in the process of building it now. It’s coming along,” she said of her character’s costume.

The Zack Snyder-directed film, Justice League Part One, is due in theaters next year. Heard will also join Jason Momoa in a standalone Aquaman film, directed by James Wan and set for release on July 27, 2018.

The first ever feature-length adaptation of The Little Prince was supposed to premiere in the U.S. on March 19th, but it’s since been dropped by Paramount.

Thankfully, Netflix has picked up the distribution rights to the film, which will appear on the site later this year. The Little Prince played at Cannes last summer, and opened across the world.

Now the U.S. can experience the whimsical magic thanks to Netflix.

SOURCE: People, Entertainment Weekly, Vulture | PHOTO CREDIT: Splash, Getty, Twitter, E!


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