Jesus fucking Christ: Rawson Thurber got The Rock AND Gal Gadot for his next movie? Dude. Also, here’s Josh Brolin in briefs and Julia Roberts wearing some ungodly tattoo hose, and Tom Brady wearing a T-shirt that he probably has to wear because he lost a bet with his wife. God, Instagram is a terrifying place. (Lainey)
Jen Aniston reportedly feels “humiliated” by Justin Theroux and Emma Stone flaunting their relationship out in public, if in fact that’s what it is. MAYBE THEY’RE JUST FRIENDS, JEN! (Celebitchy)
For the record, I listened to this interview with Howard Stern, and Alec Baldwin did not sound serious about running for President in 2020. However, if he did, he’s wrong about believing that he’d beat Trump. I hate to say it, but Trump would win. Baldwin has a lot of the same problems that Trump has, except that Democrats actually care about them. Running Alec Baldwin is the surest way to depress the Democratic base and fire up the right. Baldwin is 100 percent wrong; he would get trounced. (Dlisted)
I agree, strongly: Movies need to stop offering answers to questions we posed, like “How did Han Solo get his name?” Don’t care. It wasn’t a mystery we cared about, but now the answer to that question is annoying. (SyFy)
You don’t need to give yourself a ribbon, Ellen Pompeo. We all know you’re a winner. (GFY)
MUST READ for fans of American Vandal, which should be all of you. (Vanity Fair)
Netflix is doing a solid here:
Some fans have noticed that Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown was scheduled to come off Netflix US on June 16. As of today, we’ve extended our agreement that will keep Parts Unknown on the service for months to come.— Netflix US (@netflix) June 12, 2018
Holy Shit: This guy really is the worst white guy in America. (Very Smart Brothas)
Well, that didn’t take long: Whatever did or did not transpire at the summit between Trump and North Korea may or may not be falling apart, depending on whether you believe Mike Pence or … believe Mike Pence. It’s been less than 24 hours.
Pence told Senate GOP that military exercises in Korea will continue, per Sen. Gardner— Burgess Everett (@burgessev) June 12, 2018
NEW: Pence’s press sec tells @lachlan that reports he said military exercises with Korea will continue are “false”— Sam Stein (@samstein) June 12, 2018
Here’s an official timeline of Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s relationship, from Day 1 until Day 24, when they got engaged. (Vulture)
Fuck yes, John Boyega:
Come for the kings you best not miss. pic.twitter.com/wChjlmUMYq— Bobby (@bobbyrobertspdx) June 12, 2018
My favorite beer, and pretty much the only beer I drink (and way too much of it) is being featured as the Beer of the Week on (The Takeout)
No, Scott Walker: Building a wall on the Canadian border is NOT a “legitimate” issue. (The Guardian)
If you had all that fur, you’d get in the pool, too.
Here’s your President campaigning against an incumbent member of his own party. He’s got your back, GOP!
Mark Sanford has been very unhelpful to me in my campaign to MAGA. He is MIA and nothing but trouble. He is better off in Argentina. I fully endorse Katie Arrington for Congress in SC, a state I love. She is tough on crime and will continue our fight to lower taxes. VOTE Katie!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 12, 2018
Speaking of which, I voted today on the nation’s first ranked-choice ballot. It was pretty easy. I am curious, however, as to how it will shake out in election results tonight.
Congratulations to Roxane Gay! Last week, Lambda Literary awarded her with their Trustee Award and also Best Bisexual Nonfiction for her book Hunger: A Memoir Of (My) Body. "As a woman, as a black woman, as a queer woman, writing has offered me salvation and sanctuary." Cannonballers have reviewed her fiction, her nonfiction and her contributions to the Black Panther comics. Are you part of the Roxane Gay fan club? (Cannonball Read 10)