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Katherine Langford Explains What Selena Gomez Told Her About '13 Reasons Why'

Katherine Langford Explains What Selena Gomez Told Her About '13 Reasons Why'

Katherine Langford is looking stunning inside of the W Magazine‘s Volume 4 2018, which is out now.

Here’s what the 22-year-old 13 Reasons Why star said…

On social media: I spoke to Selena Gomez, a producer of 13 Reasons Why, and she said, ‘The message of the show is really important.’ So I went through a wave of being like, ‘Social media is really cool.’ But when I read what some people were saying on it, I took a step back. I’ve not stopped posting, but I am careful about my output into the universe.”

On overnight fame:13 Reasons Why was the first thing I’d ever done. Living in Perth, Australia, I didn’t have a big social media presence. Then the show aired, and overnight it blew up.”

On her favorite karaoke song: I don’t do karaoke much because I end up screaming. But on my birthday, they just baited me with Gaga the whole night. ‘Yoü and I’ killed me. I love an anthem: something that will rally the troops.”

For more from Katherine, visit WMagazine.com.

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Dylan Minnette Wants To Explore Clay & Justin's Friendship More in '13 Reasons Why' Season 3

Dylan Minnette Wants To Explore Clay & Justin's Friendship More in '13 Reasons Why' Season 3

There were a lot of storylines to follow in the newest season of 13 Reasons Why, but one of the most interesting ones was the friendship between Clay and Justin.

Dylan Minnette spoke to ET recently about that and revealed that he hoped that would be continued in the next season.

“What I think is really cool is that the first person you see Clay interact with on the show is Justin back in episode one [of season one],” Dylan reminds us all. “Clay is staring at Hannah’s locker and Justin goes up and says, ‘What the hell are you doing? You’re not innocent, I don’t care what she says.’”

He continues, “They hate each other, like they couldn’t hate each other more…one of the least expected things would be for Clay and Justin to become family and also, you know, I think that Justin and Clay both saved each other in season two.”

Dylan adds that one of the reasons their friendship works is all because “they needed each other.”

“Who would of thought that those two people would end up needing each other in order to, I don’t know, like, even live,” he adds. “So I’m excited to see. I’m sure they’ll be, like, roommates still in season three, that’d be cool.”

13 Reasons Why is streaming now on Netflix.

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Dylan Minnette Talks Clay's Rash Decision With School Shooting Storyline in '13 Reasons Why'

Dylan Minnette Talks Clay's Rash Decision With School Shooting Storyline in '13 Reasons Why'

Dylan Minnette is opening up about the final scenes of 13 Reasons Why season two – where Clay takes everyone’s lives into his own hands by stopping Tyler from shooting everyone at the school dance.

Speaking with ET, the 21-year-old actor revealed that he gets why Clay does that, but it really was a horrible decision on his part.

“I think we’re supposed to know and believe that what Clay did is the wrong decision to make,” Dylan shared. “They should have locked the doors inside and called the police and let everyone know what was happening. I think we are not supposed to believe that Clay made the right decision, even though it was ultimately successful.”

He continues, “We’re supposed to believe that that is a decision that Clay would make because he is someone who acts on his emotions, without thinking his actions through, and really tries to take everything on himself.”

“Clay just feels a responsibility to go and save anyone he can, and in doing that, it could have been an extreme disaster. I don’t really think Clay knew what he was getting into — I don’t think he fully realized in that moment that he’d be facing Tyler with an assault rifle.”

13 Reasons Why is streaming now on Netflix.

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'13 Reasons Why' Cast Are Currently Obsessed With These TV Shows

'13 Reasons Why' Cast Are Currently Obsessed With These TV Shows

The 13 Reasons Why cast (minus Dylan Minette) hit up the MTV Movie Awards over the weekend and they dished on what other shows they like to watch.

While on the carpet, Christian Navarro, Tommy Dorfman, and Alisha Boe revealed a few of the shows they are currently loving right now.

Queer Eye For The Straight Guy right now. It just came out, I’ve been binge watching that and crying,” Christian said. He even tweeted about it recently, saying, “Just watched the first episode of season two of @QueerEye on #Netflix I was in a puddle of my own tears. Happy tears. @jvn @KaramoBrown @antoni @tanfrance @bobbyberk You guys are the heroes we didn’t know we needed. Thank you for being such good humans. ♥️🙏🏽”

Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Tommy added. “It’s very good.”

Big Mouth is a great show about hormones, and growing up, and going through puberty,” Alisha mentioned. “Patrick Melrose on Showtime is amazing. Benedict Cumberbatch is incredible. And Queer Eye.”

Alisha Boe & Justin Prentice Talk About Why '13 Reasons Why' Shows The Difficult Things To Watch: 'It's Incredibly Important'

Alisha Boe & Justin Prentice Talk About Why '13 Reasons Why' Shows The Difficult Things To Watch: 'It's Incredibly Important'

Alisha Boe and Justin Prentice are opening up about their controversial show, 13 Reasons Why, and just why the series chooses to show the difficult things to watch.

Speaking with Variety this weekend, both actors addressed Bryce’s trial where he got a slap on the wrist, and the events that led up to the almost school shooting at Liberty High.

“We wanted to show what would … make a person want to do something like that, and I feel like it’s happening so much in America that it’s absolutely disgusting,” Alisha says of the shooting storyline.

She adds, “Not even after like the fifth [school shooting] we haven’t implemented change, and it’s like enough is enough. 13 Reasons Why is a form of entertainment that likes to shed light on political issues, and we wanted to show something from the first perspective, but I think it was incredibly important because that’s what’s happening in America, and we need to talk about it.”

She and Justin also hit on the importance of Bryce’s trial and why you’re supposed to feel ticked off about his sentence.

“People were upset when they watched it, but unfortunately that’s reality,” Alisha says. “What the show doesn’t shy away from is telling the truth in a heartbreaking way, and they’re supposed to be pissed off.”

Justin adds, “Jocks, athletes get off easily, especially if you’re a straight white male from a wealthy family.”

“Unfortunately that’s how reality plays out nowadays, so our show tries to showcase things as realistically as possible, and as much as it sucks that incidence is very realistic.”

13 Reasons Why, seasons one and two, are streaming now on Netflix.