You’ve got a few shopping days left! Here’s what to get for the feminist killjoy in your life. I don’t know if I’ve ever wanted anything more than that tote bag. (The Establishment)
Neil deGrasse Tyson is back to do what he does best: ruin movies for you. (Mashable)
I get really irked when actors are assholes in interviews because they don’t see “sales” as part of their job. Because if you just want to be an artist and not have to worry about promoting yourself or your product, that’s great, but that work doesn’t usually come with multi-million dollar paychecks. Anyway, Tom Hardy is notoriously horrible in press junkets and HitFix’s Drew McWeeny has had enough. Pictures of puppies be damned, this may have killed my Hardy love. (Lainey)
Daisy Ridley REALLY doesn’t like being compared to Keira Knightley. Which must be hard for her because she looks EXACTLY LIKE KEIRA KNIGHTLEY. (Celebitchy)
Why oh why oh why did Madonna post this throwback photo to her Instagram? Why, Madonna?
Holy crap there were a lot of cameos in Star Wars. (Vanity Fair)
I could watch videos of kids hating Santa on a loop for days.
In the Harry Potter stage sequel, Hermione will be played by a black woman and that’s pretty freaking cool. (Mary Sue)
A nice reminder that Raffi is the very best human. (Vulture)
MRA Dilbert takes the images of Dilbert and the words of human dumpster fire Scott Adams and combines them to ruin the Sunday funnies for you forever. (AV Club)
There’s some satisfying symmetry to beginning the year reviewing a gender-bent, acid trip of a reworked classic and absolutely hating every second of it, and then finishing up the year reviewing a gender-bent, acid trip of a reworked classic and absolutely loving it. Check out Quorren’s review of the first volume of Matt Fraction and Christian Ward’s ODY-C and see if you’ll love it or hate it too. (Cannonball Read 7)