I don’t know why Sarah Paulson put this knitwear disaster on her body, but she should ALWAYS have these glasses on her face. (Go Fug Yourself)
Renee Zellweger is following in Jennifer Aniston’s open letter footsteps of public shaming to let us all know she didn’t get plastic surgery; she just looks different than she did when she was 20. You know, like human women in their 40s tend to. (Celebitchy)
Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg just announced a new show for VH1, called “Martha and Snoop’s Dinner Party.” Here’s a brief history of their bizarre and wonderful friendship. (Revelist)
Scott Eastwood is doing promotion for Suicide Squad, even though I’m not sure anyone actually knows he’s in the movie. I saw the movie and I forgot he was in it. Which is maybe why he’s having trouble coming up with actual words to say about it, and is instead telling stories about how no one wanted him to work with Taylor Swift. Oh, did you also forget that he was the guy in Swift’s awful Nicholas Sparks-does-African-colonialism music video last year? Of course you did. (Lainey)
Hollywood, get on this please.
"Waiting for Gadot," a play about two women talking about there not being enough powerful women on the big screen— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) August 8, 2016
I love this profile of Zac Efron’s career, most especially because no one who’s worked with him would give a comment because no one believed a Zac Efron career profile could NOT be a takedown piece. (Guardian)
Amber Heard was late to her deposition, so of course TMZ had a field day. (DListed)
On Frank Ocean, Harper Lee, and the nature of the reclusive artist. (Atlantic)
Brie Larson spent the weekend doing the good research.
I admit, I fully do not understand what’s happening at Hulu. No more free service with ads? Except yes, but it’s moving to Yahoo. But you’ll watch Yahoo on Hulu? I feel fine about giving them $8 a month to not have to pay attention to these things. (Uproxx)
Your new nightmare fuel: disturbingly timed pictures of Olympic backstroke swimmers emerging from the water. (BuzzFeed)
An important reminder: Don’t touch shit at museums. (Jezebel)
Cannonballer lainiefig has a macabre sense of humor - she loves zombie comedies and she tends to laugh at really gory stuff, she loved the Deadpool movie, etc. - so when she saw that a former writer for Pajiba, Kathy Benjamin, had written a book about weird funeral rites around the world, she had to read it."It didn’t disappoint. The book is full of weird little death and funeral rituals throughout history and throughout the world, and Kathy’s style is so wry and friendly that you’re swept along and not grossed out even when she’s describing some creepy cannibalistic ritual." Sound interesting? (Cannonball Read 8)