Brooklyn Beckham has released a photography book. The pictures aren’t great. The comments on Twitter are! I feel a smidge bad, because he’s a young guy/grown kid who’s doing what he loves and got paid for it. On the other hand, yeah, I don’t really have a ton of sympathy for a kid who grew up with the kind of privilege a Beckham youngster has. - (Celebitchy)
Maybe it’s not a good idea to bring a female reporter over and creepily compliment her “nice smile” while talking to new prime minister of Ireland. Or maybe it’s not a good idea to bring a female reporter over and compliment her nice smile, period. Especially when you’re the f**king President of the United States.
Now, I love Brit-Brit unabashedly, but girl, please. - (Dlisted)
Three pivotal characters may be absent for much of the first few episodes of the eighth season of The Walking Dead. (Uproxx)
The world’s tiniest violin is playing “My Heart Bleeds for You”, Congressman. However do you manage to buy anything other than Ramen noodles with your $174,000 salary? - (Daily Banter)
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union make a striking pair. Gabrielle in fancy jammies cut way down to there makes quite a striking figure all on her own. DAYUM! - (GFY)
Betty Gilpin (Liberty Belle from GLOW) has a great essay on growing up with a fully developed figure that just doesn’t match your inner self-image. Also? She’s really funny! - (The MarySue)
She could have sent a car to pick up her friend from the airport, but Jennifer Lawrence did it HERSELF! Celebrities, they’re just like us. - (LG)
Would Brad Pitt have the career he does if his role in Thelma and Louise and gone to Robert Downey Jr. instead? - (Vulture)
Friend-of-Pajiba, Rawson Marshall Thurber has a new series on YouTube Red coming up this fall called Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television. Samira Wiley will guest star as Ryan Hansen’s police partner. I didn’t think I needed another subscription service, but clearly I do! - (Deadline)
This is the primate version of the kid being dragged down the aisle by his arm at WalMart.
Written on the Body by Jeanette Winterson was recommended to Bonnie as an intriguing entry point for talking about the queer body. The unnamed and ungendered narrator tells the story of their relationship with Louise. "Winterson wants us to deconstruct our own bodies and help us think about how we theorize our selves and the way we respond to others in matters of the body." Have you read this erotic novelette from 1994? (Cannonball Read 9)