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Amber Heard Is Learning That The Price Of Marrying Johnny Depp Might Be Jail Time

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 16, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 16, 2015 |

Dustin has the greatest, grossest Chris Farley story you’ve ever heard. (Uproxx)

All I want in life is to be able to pull off a plunging, bright red pantsuit like Rachel McAdams. Honestly, I actually hate it even on her, but I’m jealous of her ability to even try. (Go Fug Yourself)

Man, Anthony Bourdain hates EVERYONE. Except Ina Garten. Okay, also kinda Ina Garten. (Celebitchy)

Amber Heard is taking the fall for smuggling Johnny Depp’s dogs into Australia. She’s officially been charged and could face up to 10 years in prison. I mean, she definitely WON’T, but the Australian officials are at least not taking it easy on her. (Defamer)

TLC has finally cancelled the Duggar show. (DListed)

Daniel Radcliffe filled in as a magazine office’s receptionist with basically only instructions to “turn on the sign” and “constantly smile.” It did not go well. Because once everyone’s gotten their Harry Potter selfies, they kinda just want their calls forwarded. (HuffPo)

You guys, there is a place in New York that has filled a yoga studio with cats. And you don’t even have to do yoga, you can just play with cats. It’s my happy place. (People)

The awesome Graphic Audio has adapted Ms. Marvel for the more listening-inclined comics fans. The trailer is pretty kickass, and has also informed me that I’ve been mispronouncing Kamala Khan. So double fun. (Mary Sue)

Watch a heartthrob of a Stephen Colbert circa 1994 sing a lovely little non-love song. (AV Club)

This is a tough time for film criticism. One film distributer, though, is determined not to let the art die and has launched an intriguing new site dedicated to the dense, detailed analysis I know a lot of you film-loving smarty-pants out there are into. (CriticWire)

Faintingviolet crossed the Cannonball Read finish line (52 books!) this week with her review of Transparent: Love, Family, and Living the T with Transgender Teenagers by Cris Beam. Though it’s not a perfect book, it talks about an important topic, and generally handles it with grace. It was a great resource for faintingviolet and an excuse to get outside her comfort zone. Maybe you should check it out too. (Cannonball Read 7)

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