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Jared Leto Is Taking His Creepy 'Suicide Squad' Method Acting Bullsh*t Too Far

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 26, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 26, 2015 |

The Fug Girls watched that Kristen Wiig/Will Ferrell Lifetime movie so you don’t have to. I want to turn “Spot the Lifetime Trope” into a drinking game, immediately. (Go Fug Yourself)

Taylor Swift has agreed to let Apple Music stream her 1989 album after all, and some people are putting together a yarn wall of internet music conspiracies. (AV Club)

Jared Leto has gone even Method-ier than usual for Suicide Squad, even when he’s not on set. Hey, Catalano, please don’t send live rats and dead pigs to your castmates. They’re just trying to do their jobs, okay? Not cool. (Uproxx)

There were a bunch of protesters outside the magic Mike XXL premiere in Hollywood last night, but they weren’t there to yell about Channing Tatum’s dirty dirty gyrations. They were protesting Sofia Vergara’s unwillingness to let her ex husband unfreeze their embryos. Setting aside the obvious ‘fuck you’ reasons here, how weird is it that these people chose Joe Manganiello’s event— she’s not in this movie!— to attack his wife for something happening between her and her ex? (DListed)

Here’s a great roundup of how the country is reacting to today’s Supreme Court decision on marriage equality. Once you scroll past the Texas and GOP stuff, it’s incredibly heartwarming. (BuzzFeed)

And just in case you haven’t seen this spectacular (and delightfully catty) reaction:

Monica Lewinsky gave a powerful, beautiful, and surprisingly funny speech on public shaming in Cannes this week. I guess it’s only surprising, though, because most of us still, to this day, only think of her as a punchline and not a full human who made a huge but honestly understandable mistake at the age of 22. (AdWeek)

Harry Potter is getting his West End debut. (SlashFilm)

Doctor Who Legos are coming! This ultra brief trailer doesn’t give us much… you know, aside from a whole bunch of excited feelings. (Kasterborous)

The Chancellor reviewed a great book about the history of food for Cannonball Read 7, and he recommends it to everyone: The American Plate by Libby O’Connell. "Beginning with the Native Americans and the staples they consumed through the debates over GMO’s and other ethical topics in today’s epicurean debates, O’Connell explains the relationship between food and history. On top of that, she includes recipes for some of the principal dishes of each era." Sounds deliciously interesting! (Cannonball Read 7)

Happy Friday! Remember, don’t be afraid to ask for help when you’re trying something new and scary. We are all of us this baby raccoon.

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