Andrew Garfield Wants a 'Pansexual' Spider-Man. Do We Think He Knows What That Means?
Alicia Vikander brought some gothic Little Von Trapp On the Prairie realness to the Venice Film Festival. (Go Fug Yourself)
This article starts with a shirtless picture of Matt Damon, and ends with one of him on the Matterhorn at Disneyland. I think maybe there are some words in between. (Celebitchy)
Taylor Swift is so fantastic at controlling her public image that the scale of her reported never-ending Katy Perry feud always seems totally berserk. Especially since we never seem to hear Perry talk about it. A one-sided “feud” of this scale is just an obsession, isn’t it? (Lainey)
When the Sony leaks revealed that the studio would never allow for a Spider-Man who wasn’t a straight white dude, Andrew Garfield spoke out against that idea, calling for a gay or bisexual Spidey. Now he’s saying he’d love to see a “pansexual” Spider-Man, because “Love is love. Skin is skin. Flesh is flesh.” It’s happened. Andrew Garfield has gone full Kartheiser with his oddly sexual poetic rants. (Mary Sue)
Oh, blech. Chrissie Hynde just keeps digging this rape comment hole deeper and deeper. Is she maybe trying to reach the center of the Earth, where words have no meaning? Today she’s blaming pop stars (who she sees as sex workers) for creating a culture of rape, and also saying rape isn’t a “gender issue.” (Daily Mail)
And double blech: Caitlyn Jenner doesn’t think that Halloween costume of her is offensive. In fact, she thinks it’s “great.” (HuffPo)
Well, this is brilliant and also totally unethical. Can you spot the two star review masquerading as a four star?
Incredible way of making my two star review seem like I didn't hate the film pic.twitter.com/zvOyIxHQ3h— Benjamin Lee (@benfraserlee) September 8, 2015
Rejoice, ’90s children! Delia’s is going to start making clothes for adults. Chunky heels and crop tops with overalls for everyone! (BuzzFeed)
Also straight out of our childhood Lisa Frank dreams is this real-life pink dolphin. (Mashable)
This healthy living hipster Barbie doll nails the depressing hilarity of the #LiveAuthentic Instagram cultivation of inauthentic twee perfection. (The Atlantic)
If you laugh every time you watch the "Here Comes the Pizza" video, if you yelled at the TV when Dave Roberts stole second base, if you cried when Keith Foulke jumped in the air after that last out in St. Louis, if you visited the cemetary on October 28, 2004 to tell your deceased loved ones that the Red Sox had finally won the World Series, then this book is for you. Scootsa1000 highly recommends Red Sox Rhymes: Verses and Curses by Dick Flavin, a small volume of poetry about the Red Sox and Fenway Park that was her 52nd review this year (Cannonball!). It’s not poetry that’s going to change the world, but if you’re a fan, it hits you in the heart. (Cannonball Read 7)