Does Leonardo DiCaprio Not Understand Reverse Psychology?
Uber is trying to deal with violent passengers the same way you deal with your toddler on a long car trip. It’s really depressing that this is the best idea they could come up with to protect drivers, but it’s even more upsetting to think that this could actually work. Like, REALLY well. (Esquire)
An Avengers-style Nick Toons movie is really happening. I have to admit, I’m more than a little excited to see the Angry Beavers face off against Ren & Stimpy. (AV Club)
Leonardo DiCaprio keeps shutting down the release of Don’s Plum, a movie he and his gross “Pussy Posse” made nearly 20 years ago that the director now wants to put online for free. Personally, I don’t have any interest in seeing or even talking about this movie. Or at least I didn’t until Leo worked overtime to make sure we never see it. NOW I HAVE TO SEE IT. How did you not know this is what would happen, DiCaprio? (Lainey)
Natalie Portman looks like she’s playing dress-up in her mother’s real estate agent blazer. (Go Fug Yourself)
Everything you (really don’t) need to know about the Amber Rose/Kardashian/Kanye/Khalifa feud. It’s basically the internet’s War of the Roses.
Because you know I love giving you your daily nightmare material, here’s a company that’s using ultrasounds to create 3D-printed renderings of people’s unborn children to mount on their walls. Like super creepy art-bominations. (Mashable)
This roundtable (triangle table?) discussion on race in Hollywood is fantastic and, yes, infuriating.. Alan Yang (Master of None), Justin Simien (Dear White People) and Stephanie Allain (all-around Hollywood badass and producer of Hustle & Flow, Dear White People, and tons more) are brilliant and insightful and funny as hell. (THR)
Sometimes library books get misplaced. It happens. And then sometimes they get found fifty years later and good people return them with adorable apology notes attached. (MLive)
Oh Joseph Fiennes, no. Please stop talking. Please stop defending things. (Celebitchy)
The CIA has put out some of their real-life X-Files, divided into “Mulder” and “Scully” categories. (CIA)
Reason number infinity that I never want to live in Florida: kinkajous. (DListed)
Ellepkay began 2016 with a review of a contemporary romance recommended by Smart Bitches Trashy Books: Act Like It by Lucy Parker. Totally worth it! See why she gave it five stars in her very first Cannonball Read review. Maybe she’ll de-lurk around these parts too. (Cannonball Read 8)
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