No Big Deal: Cobie Smulders and Alyson Hannigan Just Made Out on 'Inside the Actor's Studio'
Jared Leto may or may not be dating someone exactly half his age, and she may or may not be Miley Cyrus, which, I mean? I’ve never cared much for Leto, but dude? You’re not helping your skeezy image. Also, both parties should be encouraged to get their tetanus shots before engaging in intercourse. (Dlisted)
I’m working really hard, you guys, on True Detective theories, but The King in Yellow is goddamn impenetrable. That said, here’s who I am placing my bets on as The Yellow King based on a few pieces of evidence (this week, anyway). (Uproxx)
I never thought this before, but should Disney decide to make a live-action musical version of Tarzan, Katy Perry might make a decent Jane. I have no idea why this dress provoked that thought. (GFY)
I love Tom Hiddleston, but the man is clearly a publicity whore. (Celebitchy)
I like the idea of a future where each week, one great show is released, and we all spend that week binge-watching it together. (Unreality)
Flavorwire has ranked the best Time Travel films of all time, and while I don’t agree with the order, all the right choices are included (seriously, though, I’d put the bottom two in the top ten). (Flavorwire)
Check out the cool concept behind the new Robert Kirkman sci-fi movie starring Norman Reedus and Djimon Hounsou(!) (Slashfilm)
Mike Ryan really knows his toys, so when he says that these are 22 toys every ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Transformers’ & Marvel Fan should know about, you should probably listen. (HuffPo)
According to an insider who saw the taping of the How I Met Your Mother’s Inside the Actors Studio, Cobie Smulders and Alyson Hannigan — in their Robin and Lily characters — made out. The crowd reportedly went wild. It’s been a good day for Smulders and Hannigan fans. (US)
Don’t be trolling me with slam pieces on Dead Poets Society. NO THANK YOU. (The Atlantic)
Obligatory: Here’s the Oral History of Reality Bites on the film’s 20th Anniversary. (Hitfix)
Cee Lo Green is not coming back to the The Voice. Eh. (EW)
Did you know that science fiction author James Tiptree, Jr. was not James Tiptree, Jr., but rather Alice Bradley Sheldon? Sheldon was a retired CIA officer (and scientist/artist/critic/businesswoman) who, between 1968 and her death in 1987, published some of the most acclaimed short stories in the genre, using Tiptree as her nom de plume. alannaofdoom reviews Her Smoke Rose Up Forever, a collection of some of Sheldon’s best. (Cannonball Read 6)
Kit Harington was on Kimmel last night answering questions from “fans,” but here was my biggest takeaway: He’s really, really short.