Emma Stone Is Just Trolling Us Now With Her Andrew Garfield Breakup
Mae Whitman wore a suit made of naked ladies, and not in a Buffalo Bill way. In a hilarious way. (Go Fug Yourself)
Liam Neeson gave the ultimate example of why he is an action star and not, say, a schoolteacher: because when he tried to be a teacher, he ended up punching a student in the face. Yup, maybe he made the right career choice there. (Uproxx)
Justin Bieber continues to remind us that his apologies are super sincere, which is definitely something a sincere person does, right? (Celebitchy)
Aubrey Plaza’s real-life basketball team is getting a basketball-based TV show on Comedy Central. I might be biased, but I’m pretty sure that same L.A. women’s league has a Lisa Frank-themed team that would make an AWESOME show.* (AV Club)
How did it take this long for someone to mash up Unbreakable with Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt?
Vulture tells us what it’s like to be friends with Amy Poehler, and if heaven is real, it’s just living inside this friendship. (Vulture)
After her film career craters, Blake Lively has a back-up plan in mind. She’s going to Harvard. (DListed)
Miss Piggy is getting an award for trailblazing feminists, and will also be interviewed by Gloria Steinem. This is equal parts amazing and ridiculous. Hmm, just like Miss Piggy herself. (Jezebel)
If Tina Belcher were allowed on the red carpet, she’d touch so many butts. (BuzzFeed)
Cannonballer Beth Ellen is a big fan of Erik Larson. She reserved his newest book, Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania, at her library two months before it came out and was happy to be first in line. If you really don’t know about the Lustiania’s sinking, Beth Ellen says this book is "…an excellent telling of an important event in history" and highly recommends it. (Cannonball Read 7)
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