Can Handsome Jude Law Offset Skeevy, Abusive Johnny Depp?
I don’t know who this Lizzie person is. I don’t really want to know. I DO know that she doesn’t need a full-length mirror, because I’m pretttty sure she owns several of them and she looks in them frequently. Unfortunately, I think she just sees something the rest of us don’t. I mean, other than those bikini underwear. She probably sees those, too. - (GFY)
Jude Law will play Dumbledore in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which is great, but if they don’t get rid of Johnny Depp, they could bring back Paul Newman from the dead to play Dumbledore and we’d still have a bone to pick with the franchise. (Lainey)
Can you imagine telling someone in 2004 that Jude Law and Johnny Depp will be gay in a Harry Potter movie and that everyone kinda hates it— Victoria McNally (@vqnerdballs) April 12, 2017
Ok, wait, this is a *different* Jenner than the one from the bad Pepsi commercial, yes? Good christ, how many of them are there? They’re everywhere! - (Dlisted)
Soooo, yeah, the US has its share of shitty television, but this is some whole other kind of shit. Like, as in what the shit? - (The Mary Sue)
I forgot about Speidi. The rest of the world pretty much did, too. But now they’re back, baby! And they’re having a baby. Cool story, former reality “stars”. - (Celebitchy)
The trailer for Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit is intense. - (Lainey)
Veep returns this weekend and to get you ready for it, someone made a fantastic Veep end credits sequence out of Sean Spicer’s babbling, blundering remarks about Assad and Hitler. - (The Wrap)
Chris Brown, how do you manage to get worse? (ALLEGEDLY) Getting drugs from an (ALLEGED) dealer whose own attorney refers to him as “a 27-year-old schmuck”? - (Jezebel)
It’s time to vote for the June selection in Cannonball Read’s #CannonBookClub! Up Next: Non-Fiction, Hollywood style. Choose between Hadley Freeman’s book about how 80s movies changed movie-making forever, Peter Biskind’s Rise of Independent Film about Miramax and Sundance, William J. Mann’s book on 1920s Hollywood scandals, and a book about Breakfast at Tiffany’s and its influence on American culture. Choose one by 4/19 for the June discussion. Then read up, and get ready to join in on June 14. (Cannonball Read 9)
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