If You Want to Get In Good With Emma Stone, You're Going to Need to Know Her Preferred Pet Name
Everyone at the Today show dressed up as Peanuts characters and RUINED PEANUTS FOREVER. (Dlisted)
Happy Halloween Eve! Is it too late for me to steal this Jack o’Lantern idea, which is clearly the greatest Jack o’Lantern idea ever? (From the Truro Public Library)
If you’re looking for some non-spooky viewing material this weekend, Dustin’s got a ranking of the top 50 shows on Netflix. (Uproxx)
I have no idea what is happening on Emilia Clarke’s body. My best guess is that this was her dream dress when she was six, and just realized she could afford to have it made. If you have a more realistic theory, let me know. (Go Fug Yourself)
Emma Stone went on Lena Dunham’s podcast (which is a thing that exists), and talked pet names and other monikers. The gist: don’t call her ma’am, don’t call her baby or sweetheart (gross), DO call her Dragon. (People)
Justin Bieber’s interview walk-out may be my favorite celebrity interview walk-out of recent history. These hosts asked him to help them make a viral video, he said okay, stood up, and walked out the front door instead. Silver lining for those interviewers: the video of Biebs walking out did go sort of viral. (Though not as viral as the video of him walking out of his own concert the following day.) (THR)
James Franco showed off his new neck tattoo of Emma Watson’s face. It’s definitely fake (RIGHT?), but that doesn’t make it any less creepy. Okay sure, less, but not by nearly enough. (Pret-a-Reporter)
The GOP has taken it upon themselves suspend their relationship with NBC “over debate moderators who Wednesday took it upon themselves to ask candidates questions about themselves and their campaign platforms on live TV.” (Gawker)
I’m officially nominating Sally Field and Schmidt as the weirdest, cutest, most perfectly WTF couple of the year.
Tens of thousands of people are watching a Bob Ross marathon on Twitch. The endless stream of comments and emojis is a jolting counterbalance to the calm happy trees in a way that feels like a major sensory overload. I don’t know if my little brain can handle it. (Kotaku)
This is an excellent profile on Effie Brown, privilege, and the hot (ghetto) mess that is Project Greenlight. (Bitch)
Here are nine spoooooooky urban legends that are actually true. Well, eight spookies and one about an atomic wedgie. (Cracked)
Yesterday Uber brought you kittens; today Lyft wants to bring you zombies. (Fox)
Speaking of, I hope none of you had this disappointing of a National Cat Day.
If you’re looking for a new horror novel to get you in the Halloween spirit, you can not go wrong with Ghost Road Blues by Jonathan Maberry. Melina picked it up after Prisco’s recommendation, and says she "can completely see why Maberry won the Bram Stoker Award for best first novel… If you like horror and are ready to tear through 400 odd pages at lightning speed-this is the one to do it for ya!" (Cannonball Read 7)
Happy Halloween, everyone! Remember to keep your wits about you this weekend.
Curious Kitten Plays with Lizard and Forgets There are TwoPosted by Stylish Eve on Friday, January 9, 2015
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