8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jun 05 2015

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Zayn Malik's departure isn't stopping One Direction from pushing forward. Harry Styles chatted with Ryan Seacrest about the group's future, saying, "We have the album and the tour that we're working on right now." Vague, much? (Billboard)
In ridiculous news: At least three people are facing up to six months in prison and $500 fines for cheering too loudly at a high school graduation in Mississippi. (The New York Times)
Talk show host Montel Williams shared his frustration with Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar following their interview on Fox, saying, "There is something very sinister beneath the surface." (Facebook)
Indie rocker (and Lena Dunham S.O.) Jack Antonoff gets into the nitty gritty of life on and off the road in his comedy docu-series, Thank You and Sorry, premiering on Google Play June 16. (YouTube)
On Thursday, Barnard College in New York City announced that it will begin accepting transgender women. (TIME)
A very rugged-looking Jake Gyllenhaal and his epic beard make a lovely duo in the new trailer for Everest. (Vanity Fair)
Entourage creator Doug Ellin opens up about why he is venturing into entirely different territory with his next HBO project, a Harriet Tubman biopic starring Viola Davis. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Emily Blunt is in talks to star DreamWorks' adaptation of Paula Hawkins' The Girl on the Train, the fastest-selling adult novel in history. (The Hollywood Reporter)

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