Does Woody Allen Really Not Get How Gross His Relationship With Soon-Yi Is?
I’m always fascinated by what celebrities wear on airplanes. Famous people: they’re… nothing like us. (Go Fug Yourself)
We all know we need more Judy Greer in our lives. I but I didn’t realize just how LITTLE Judy Greer we’d gotten this summer until Joanna tallied it all up in word cloud form. That sure is one big “just,” isn’t it? (Vanity Fair)
Charlize Theron and Sean Penn had to reunite to do some reshoots on a movie he’s directing and things looked a tad less than fun for everyone involved. (Daily Mail)
Woody Allen talked to NPR about the barf-fest that is his relationship with Soon-Yi, and what drew them to each other in the first place. If you’re guessing he uses the word “paternal,” you’d be right! How is he using that as a selling point? (DListed)
Gisele Bundchen supposedly wore a burqa to get plastic surgery done in secret and— shocker— offended a bunch of people in the process. (Celebitchy)
The creator of the video game Five Nights at Freddy’s has been getting a lot of hate lately thrown his way for churning out so many games. Because how dare he find success in creating a thing that he’s proud of and that people love. Anyway, he wrote a beautiful and unflinching response to his own backlash. It’s the kindest possible ‘f*ck you’ of a mic drop. (Kotaku)
We’re fairly slowly becoming your one-stop source for all things wrestling, so here’s Ronda Rousey talking about her first love: Pokémon. (Dorkly)
Jessica Williams and Jemaine Clement have a movie coming out together. Here’s a delightful clip of Williams making it really, REALLY, like oh-my-god-gross clear that she does NOT find him attractive. (Vulture)
This toddler was obsessed with the TV commercials of a personal injury lawyer, so his mom made it the whole theme of his birthday party. This seems weird, but it still seems like more fun than a Kirk Cameron birthday party. (BuzzFeed)
The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black is "…a modern-day fairy tale, full of relatable teen characters mixed with beautiful, cruel fairies and other terrifying creatures," according to Cannonballer kdm. It reminded her of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust, and that’s pretty high praise. (Cannonball Read 7)
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