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Channing Tatum Is All About Equal Opportunity Nudity & Lupita Nyong'o Doesn't Want Your Audrey Hepburn Comparisons

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 5, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 5, 2016 |

Happy Cinco de Mayo! Here’s a brief history of how Texas Corona distributors turned an obscure battle’s anniversary into a bigger beer day than St. Patrick’s. (VinePair)

Lupita Nyong’o is not into those Audrey Hepburn comparisons, for good reason. (Jezebel)

Channing Tatum made a video announcing Magic Mike Live, because the world needs more “Gentleladies’ Clubs.” WATCH THE VIDEO. Tatum takes us on a tour of his house, which is what I imagine my very specific nondenominational, non-religious heaven looks like. (DListed)

You’d think someone would have told Olivia Munn that that “girlfriend” role she was offered in Deadpool was gonna kick some major ass in the sequel. (Celebitchy)

Scarlett Johansson has some impressive comedy squad goals. (Lainey)

We’ve talked here before about this lawsuit between Paramount and a Star Trek fan film. It’s still going on and it just took a turn for the super weird after the Language Creation Society stepped in to say that Klingon (which Paramount was using as one of their copyrighted points) can’t be trademarked because it’s evolved into a real language. (Inverse)

It looks like Snapchat is pulling an Urban Outfitters and stealing the work of an independent artist (who may actually be stealing the work of another artist). (Fusion)

‘Trump Against Humanity’ is too upsetting to be funny. (Daily Dot)

This is fantastic: Meet Rose Mackenburg, the “spook spy” ghostbuster who exposed paranormal fraud for Houdini. (Atlas Obscura)

The Fault in Our Stars took the literary world by storm a couple of years ago, but Cannonballer ardaigle didn’t consider picking it up until she found out Literary Disco had done a podcast episode on it. Of course, she had to read before listening! Even though the dialogue is a little Sorkin-esque, it’s still one ardaigle would recommend for #IReadYA week. Have you read this one? (Cannonball Read 8)