Here is way more than you ever wanted to know about how your Facebook feed works (or doesn’t). (Slate)
Anne Hathaway posted a pregnant bikini shot to her Instagram in order to steal thunder from some paparazzi. My big question— I didn’t know “belly cupping” had such implications. Thoughts? (Lainey)
Jaden Smith is the new face of Louis Vuitton womenswear, and I can’t help but think this is so incredibly cool. Especially because he’s long been explaining his love of wearing skirts and dresses as making him feel like a superhero. How our clothes are gendered seems to many of us to be pretty arbitrary, and to acknowledge the fluidity in such a mainstream way is just damn awesome. (Celebitchy)
Rian Johnson just dropped by to remind us all that his Star Wars movie is going to be AMAZING.
It’s been a while since Janelle Monae reminded us all that we need more capes and hats in our lives and closets. (Go Fug Yourself)
Finally! Someone has put together a comprehensive list of all the women who have gotten rich accusing celebrities like Bill Cosby of rape. Yes, it’s exactly as many as you’re expecting. (Bullett)
It’s really comforting to know that we’re not alone in our newly discovered but forever undying love of Making a Murderer’s defense attorneys. (Fusion)
Obama was on Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, and now my brain is flooded with desires for nachos, a super cool astronaut car, and hang-out time with the president. (Uproxx)
BB-8 and WALL-E may be basically the same character (except one is, you know, round), but that doesn’t lessen my love of either. I DO, however, now really want footage of BB-8 listening to showtunes. (The Film Experience)
Real-life Slytherins may get ahead in business, but Hufflepuffs… well, we’re doing just fine, I guess. (BBC)
Before we celebrate the beginning of CBR8, we need to celebrate the amazing badkittyuno who completed a Quintuple Cannonball - 260 books, read and reviewed. Badkittyuno reached her historic achievement with Gayle Foreman’s I Was Here, a YA novel aimed at teens. Though not the target audience, badkittyuno could “see how this book could really help a depressed teen, or maybe the friend of one who doesn’t know what to look for, or what to do.” Congratulations to badkittyuno and everyone who participated in CBR7! You don’t have to read and review 260 books to join CBR8, but you might surprise yourself.