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George R.R. Martin Is Getting Awfully Snippy With HBO & Patrick Stewart & Ian McKellan Made Kisses On Each Other

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 11, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 11, 2015 |

Ariana Richards, aka Jurassic Park’s Lex, just announced she’s having a baby. Man, Jurassic World’s viral marketing campaign is getting a little out of hand, isn’t it? (People)

Wow, Joel McHale gives PERFECT scowly X-Files smolder, doesn’t he? (Go Fug Yourself)

George R.R. Martin and HBO are, more and more, “two roads diverging in the dark of the woods.” But, like, the most passive aggressive roads possible. (Uproxx)

Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence might be going on the world’t most awkward week-long Hawaiian vacation double date with Gwyneth Paltrow. I don’t usually watch reality television, but if this were available, it would be the best thing on TV. Like, in the history of TV. (Celebitchy)

Charlie Sheen was hospitalized after eating totally non-euphemistic “bad clams.” (DListed)

It’s been WAY too long since Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen made us all die of envy over their BFFery. To make up for the hiatus, they’re taking things to the next level by rubbing mouths. Everything is good in the world. (BuzzFeed)

We have one episode left to get through a LOT of Game of Thrones revenge. How many of these scenarios do we need to get through in order to not feel disappointed? All of them, right? (Vanity Fair)

The #DistractinglySexy campaign from these women in STEM is quite possibly the best thing happening on the internet right now. (Mary Sue)

Terry Gilliam just won’t let his Don Quixote die. The curse is now moving to Amazon. (Collider)

John Waters gave a commencement speech at the Rhode Island School of Design in which he advised students to “Go out in the world and fuck it up beautifully. Design clothes so hideous that they can’t be worn ironically. Horrify us with new ideas.” (Jezebel)

The length of All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr might be off-putting at over 500 pages, says Cannonballer Rachie3879. In fact, it’s why her book club was a little hesitant to choose it for their April selection. "However, the chapters are short, pages aren’t filled to the brim, and it’s kind of a page turner, especially at the end. Give it a shot and don’t be scared of the length, it’s an amazing book." (Cannonball Read 7)

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