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Emma Thompson Says Hollywood Sexism Is 'Still Completely Shit' & Ben Affleck Is Going All Out To Make Sure We All Still Like Him Post-Divorce

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 21, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 21, 2015 |

Robert Kirkman talked to Marc Maron about how he wants The Walking Dead to end, and it’s a lot more optimistic than you may have been expecting. (Uproxx)

Amy Poehler is looking pretty damn incredible these days. Okay, every day. But differently incredible lately. (GoFugYourself)

Emma Thompson thinks Hollywood sexism is just as bad as it was 25 years ago, when she started out. Worse, actually. No, Emma Thompson is “not impressed.” (Vanity Fair)

Hmm, if Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are going to insist on using adorable living props in their PR divorce war, I guess a puppy is better than continuing to use their children, right? (Celebitchy)

Minions’ co-director addressed people’s complaints that there’s not a single female Minion by saying the mumbly yellow things are too “dumb and stupid” to be women. Surprise, surprise— most people found this answer lacking. (AV Club)

Here’s an interesting look at how Wes Anderson continues to work through his own father issues in all of his movies. (AtoZ)

Finally! A version of Jurassic Park in which EVERYONE has ridiculous footwear to match Bryce Dallas Howard’s!

It had to come eventually, didn’t it? The disturbing dark side of Chris Pratt. (Clickhole)

This guy wants to be the Jared of Chipotle— minus the sex stuff and probably plus some gastrointestinal issues. (Yahoo)

A recently discovered, never before seen Dr. Seuss book is being released at the end of this month! (BuzzFeed)

When you think about disasters that caused many deaths in the US in the last 25 or 30 years (outside of war), you probably think about the September 11 attacks, which killed 2,977 in the US. If you were asked what the next biggest disaster in terms of deaths, you’d probably also get it right: Hurricane Katrina and its 1,833 deaths. But do you know what caused the third greatest number of deaths in the past 25 years? Surprisingly (to Cannonballer Lollygagger, at least) it was the 1995 Chicago heat wave, which took 733 lives over the course of about a week. Find out how this tragedy happened in her 4-star review. (Cannonball Read 7)

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