HWD Daily – Jodie Comer’s Social-Distancing Beauty Guide

Jodie Comer’s Social-Distancing Beauty Guide

Exactly three weeks ago, Vanity Fair beauty editor Laura Regensdorf had a chat with Killing Eve star Jodie Comer, who was then filming a Ridley Scott movie from a picturesque corner of France. Now, of course, the world looks a lot different than it did then: “The film went on hiatus. Stores and restaurants shut their doors. Comer returned to England, to hibernate like the rest of us,” Regensdorf writes. “But the actor’s work is not entirely on pause.” Killing Eve will return for its third season in less than two weeks—and Comer has just been named global ambassador for the skin-care brand Noble Panacea, a fitting job for the age of social distancing. (One may as well devote some quarantine time to perfecting a beauty regimen—even if nobody outside of one’s next Zoom call will see the results.)

Elsewhere in HWD, Anthony Breznican catches us up with the state of Sony’s 2020 film slate (spoiler: nearly all of it is moving to 2021!); Christopher Rosen recounts a delightful late-night chat between a homebound Stephen Colbert and John Oliver; Julie Miller regretfully throws cold water onto a very fun Tiger King rumor; and Yohana Desta swoons for Normal People, the Sally Rooney adaptation coming soon to Hulu.

HWD Daily - Jodie Comer’s Social-Distancing Beauty Guide

Killer Skin

Jodie Comer, who returns as Villanelle next month in season three of Killing Eve, is the new global ambassador for the science-led beauty brand Noble Panacea.



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“What the F–k Is Happening?”

To mark the return of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert chatted with John Oliver about the strangeness of life during the quarantine.



HWD Daily - Jodie Comer’s Social-Distancing Beauty Guide

Adios, 2020

Sony shifts Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Morbius and Peter Rabbit 2 to 2021 as theaters remain closed.



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Sorry, But No

Alas, Tiger King star Carole Baskin did not sit next to Britney Spears at the Video Music Awards in 2002.



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Here’s your sexy first look at the upcoming Hulu series Normal People, based on the Sally Rooney novel.



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