Hey Hollywood, What's The Hold-Up With Woody Allen's Banishment? Tick Tock.
Dylan Farrow wrote a heart-wrenching op-ed about Woody Allen. Please go read it. (LA Times)
Do you guys listen to The Daily podcast? They had a really interesting discussion today about the modernization of Saudi Arabia. On Wednesday, the country held its first-ever female concert. (The Cut)
If you ever wanted one of the winter jackets worn by Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Princess Leia on Hoth, I have good news for you (but bad news for your wallet). (Popular Mechanics)
Jeff Sessions is such an asshole. (The Root)
My mum (hi! *waves*) is a huge Sam Seder fan, so when news came that MSNBC would reverse its earlier decision to remove him as contributor, she texted me right away. (The Intercept)
For my fellow Margaret Atwood fans out there, her essay on action v. belief is quite good. (Medium)
In-N-Out was ranked higher than Google on Glassdoor’s list of the best companies to work for in America. One of the perks must be free fries, right? If so, sign me up! (Eater)
Netflix is going to adapt Old Man’s War as a movie. I really liked this book and I’ll definitely be watching the movie. (Tor)
My very first girl crush was Deanna Troi. This interview with Marina Sirtis gave me all the warm fuzzies today. (AV Club)
Justin Timberlake was a presenter at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment breakfast yesterday. Why? WHY?! (Lainey Gossip)
After reading Dylan Farrow’s op-ed, it’s disgusting to read what Kate Winslet said about Woody Allen. (Dlisted)
Cate Blanchett wore the most beautiful woven gown. Armani should release the pattern so that we can give it to our nanas. (GFY)
Amy Adams is pregnant! I recently re-watched Arrival and she is just so dang good in it. (Celebitchy)
This post about burning tires and turning that energy to power cryptocurrency rigs is equal parts fascinating and confusing. (Motherboard)
Christopher Moore’s rollicking horror/Christmas story, The Stupidest Angel, is a delight to read at any time of year. Lindzgrl said, "I read this book during the saddest time of my life, deep in grief, and yet it still made me smile." What’s your favorite holiday season story? What book can always make you smile? (Cannonball Read 9)
Allison Janney is the greatest.
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