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Jeremy Renner's Trying Out the Idea of Being a Decent Human, and It's Not a Great Fit

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 12, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 12, 2016 |

Charlize Theron is accessorizing with a bunch of bejeweled bugs, which is fine I guess, but not a thing I could ever wear because 1. I know I would constantly be catching glimpses of them out of the corner of my eye, leading to a series of unending jump scares, and 2. How are you supposed to lean back in a chair? You just have sparkly bugs digging into your back all night? No thanks. (Go Fug Yourself)

Jeremy Renner’s publicist finally told him to use his nice words when talking about women folk. Don’t worry, Rens, it’s gonna be clunky your first few times out. (Vulture)

Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper are just, like, really private people. If you couldn’t tell. (Lainey)

Beverly Cleary turns 100 today. (Jezebel)

It’s Dr. Mike now!

Over at The Film Experience, they’ve got a really great new series where they explore memorable sets and props in movies. I highly recommend going back through the whole series, but this week’s piece on the forest in The Force Awakens is especially cool. (TFE)

I’ve seen a collective zero minutes of these “14 underrated sci-fi shows,” so I guess I have a lot of homework to catch up on. (Inverse)

David Gest passed away. (DListed)

The Guardian is taking some big steps to turn their site into “the web we want.” (Guardian)

Which actors consistently appear in the worst movies? The answers are not at all surprising. (Vox)

"A Study in Charlotte is a pretty genius take on the Sherlock Holmes stories. It’s a modern-day retelling which we’ve seen before, but Cavallaro sets her characters in high school and makes them descendants of the real life Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Making them descendants is such a smart move because Jamie and Charlotte can share traits with their predecessors, but they aren’t glued to them. They can have their own adventures and personalities. Also, three cheers for a female Sherlock." Cannonballer yesknopemaybe gives four stars to this book by Brittany Cavallaro. What’s your favorite work featuring Conan Doyle’s sleuth? (Cannonball Read 8)

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