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40 Interns Are Suing the Olsen Twins & Justin Timberlake's New Restaurant Is Full of Rodents

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 11, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 11, 2015 |

This is maybe the coolest thing to have happened in True Detective season 2. Well, aside from that “signatures all over them” line or that f*cking Colin Farrell salute or— okay, it’s the best thing if you weren’t trying to watch the season as a comedy. (Uproxx)

One of the silliest things to happen this season? All those goddamned road trips. How implausible were they? Wildly. (Wired)

I very much don’t understand what’s happening on Alicia Vikander’s body here. (Go Fug Yourself)

I have no problem with celebrities opening restaurants. (Case in point: did you know Danny Trejo makes a kickass taco?) It would be really cool if Justin Timberlake had just, you know, learned how to serve food to people without creating a cesspool of filth first. (Gawker)

About 40 past and present interns are suing the Olsen twins in a class-action suit for overworking them, lack of payment, and— from the sound of it— general meanness. (The Cut)

David Beckham would really super appreciate it if all the tabloids and judgy parents would LEAVE HIS DAUGHTER AND HER PACIFIER THE HELL ALONE. (DListed)

Here’s everything you didn’t really care about knowing about Jennifer Aniston’s wedding, as told by Howard Stern. The best parts: Stern’s newfound obsession with Orlando Bloom. (Celebitchy)

11 things to look forward to as we wait for Stephen Colbert’s return to TV. (Vulture)

What happens when you give a mouse a cookie, according to Ayn Rand. (The Toast)

I’ll admit, the headline “Why Straight Men Have Sex With Each Other” elicited some immediate side-eye in me, but the article makes some great points about the arbitrary expectations we put on sex, and how different they are for men vs. women. (NYMag)

Here are 8 jobs that our favorite childhood movies and TV shows convinced us we were perfect for. Why oh why isn’t “candy mogul” an attainable career path? (Throwback)

Cannonballer sistercoyote has, for whatever reason, a deep fascination with disasters and mysteries at sea. To the point that she’s even watched several Really Bad™ ocean salvage movies (Ghost Ship and Lost Voyage, we’re looking at you). And yes, she also saw Titanic. So she dove right in to Ghost Ship: The Mysterious True Story of the Mary Celeste and her Missing Crew. Find out how if this book is a true treasure or not. (Cannonball Read 7)

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