If you want to rifle through the various sad (everyone hated Amber Heard), confusing (NO PRENUP??), and seriously fucked up (filing for divorce THREE DAYS after his mother died?) details of Johnny Depp’s divorce, here you go. (Celebitchy)
Emilia Clarke never met a lace doily she didn’t want to drape on her body. (Go Fug Yourself)
Leslie Jones gives GREAT interview. The cast of Ghostbusters was on Ellen yesterday, and fist of all, she and Kate
Middleton McKinnon are the goddamn cutest. Plus, Jones’ description of the interview process to become a telemarketer for Scientology sounds all too believable. Clearly, that job was a great match for her. (Jezebel)
Have you heard about Shia LaBeouf’s new “art” project, in which he is hitchhiking around the country? You know… art. I ignored this story when it first popped up this week, but it does beg an interesting question: Is Shia LaBeouf actually trying to get himself killed? (Also, “Douchilism” is a brilliant term that needs to catch on.) (Superficial)
HODOR’S MAKING IT REAL DUSTY IN HERE.
If that didn’t hit you hard enough, he shared the cake with his good buddy Bran. (Instagram)
If you missed it yesterday, Liam Gallagher took some time out of his busy schedule of yelling about things to yell about things on Twitter. (DListed)
From the sound of it, I can’t start season two of Bloodline until The Americans’ season ends. I don’t think I can handle any more TV-induced panic attacks right now. (Uproxx)
Donald Trump thinks men have more reason to be afraid of women than women do of men. Because Donald Trump is a fucking idiot.
Okay, so sleep paralysis is a real and terrifying thing, but can we be sure it’s not ALSO demons? (Atlantic)
Andrea Krieter is not the only Cannonballer to fall in love with Sarah J Maas’ Throne of Glass series. If you are looking for a new fantasy series to love, let her tell you why you should read the first book, Throne of Glass, and let it take over your life a little. (Cannonball Read 8)