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Avril Lavigne Is Getting Divorced & Just How Racist Is Taylor Swift's New Video?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 3, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 3, 2015 |

Emma Thompson is really tired of superhero movies. Please no one show her another Spider-Man reboot because if that happens, by her own admission, “I’m going to have to actually hang myself.” (She’s down with Wonder Woman though, obviously.) (Celebitchy)

Aaron Sorkin is writing a Lucille Ball biopic starring Cate Blanchett. That seems like a lot of information to process. Take your time. (Lainey)

Taylor Swift’s new video is all about Old Hollywood romance. Because nothing says love like white colonialism, right? (HuffPo)

I’m sorry Avril Lavigne is having to go through a divorce, but I’m so happy for her that she doesn’t have to go through life being married to a member of Nickelback! (EW)

A new trailer for Macbeth came out yesterday and I was so blinded by the combined Fassbender/Cotillard sexiness, I plum forgot to include it. (YouTube)

To make up for depriving you of the Cotibender for a whole day, here’s the trailer for the Golden Girls porn parody you’ve waited your whole life for. This link is safe, but the video is definitely NSFW, though only because of language. Lots and lots of sexy language. (DListed)

And while we’re on the subject of Golden Girls sex, those women had a LOT of it. Someone tallied up the actual numbers, and they are impressive. (Refinery29)

BD Wong gave a fascinating interview about his… controversial casting on Mr. Robot. And that’s all I’ll say about that for fear of spoiling anything at all. (Vulture)

It’s almost Friday! Here are some puppies playing with a droid.

If cute puppies aren’t your thing, how about an absolutely horrifying story about a woman who found cat hair where you should never ever find cat hair? Honestly, please don’t read this story. (XOJane)

Can good men be found on both sides of a bad war? A Higher Call was written by an American war historian, Adam Makos, who found a story so compelling, he fought his patriotic instincts and centered his story from the German perspective. Find out if genericwhitegirl thought this story of a German fighter pilot ace was worth the read. (Cannonball Read 7)