Just How Far Up His Own Butt Can Mark Wahlberg Go?
Marion Cotillard is really making use of her maternity to just wear whatever the crap she wants, no matter how bonkers. (Go Fug Yourself)
Mark Wahlberg thinks celebrities should stop talking about politics because they’re all in a bubble and no one wants to hear their opinions anyway. Oh, except for himself, of course. He TOTALLY understands the everyman. He lives in the “real world.” (Here are some pictures of his $30 million mansion, just in case you forgot what the “real world” looks like.) (DListed)
Bernardo Bertolucci released a statement addressing the outrage over the Last Tango In Paris rape scene revelations. If you’re hoping he’s finally come to understand why people are so disgusted and angry, you’re going to be very disappointed. (Celebitchy)
Grammy nominations are out and, no surprise, Beyoncé and Adele are dominating. (Lainey)
This couple made a consent-honoring version of “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” It’s really cute. So naturally, I do not recommend looking at the comments.
And Fiona Apple has her own Trump-hating Christmas song, complete with a very nostrily video. (Pitchfork)
Here’s an interactive chart showing where Trump gets his news. It’s interactively soul-crushing. (BuzzFeed)
There’s a lot of skepticism still in Standing Rock. (Jezebel)
Last night, Epcot Center turned its big ball thing you always thought looked like the Death Star into the Death Star. LASERS! (GeeksAreSexy)
George Miller’s color-drained “Black and Chrome” edition of Fury Road is now out on DVD & Blu-ray. (Guardian)
Let’s check in with what’s worth watching on Netflix. It’s not too early to start planning those holiday binge-watches. (Uproxx)
Peter Vaughan (most recently Maester Aemon) has passed away at 93. (Variety)
Let’s end on something heartwarming, shall we? This Polish Christmas ad should do the trick. (Mashable)
Bryan Cranston has proved he is a master of television comedy (Hal) and drama (Walter White). Badkittyuno says he also writes a good memoir. Cranston examines his history in A Life in Parts, his father’s ambitions, his own ambitions, and his meandering career. "I will pursue something that I love — and hopefully become good at it, instead of pursuing something that I’m good at — but don’t love." Will you be asking Santa for this book? (Cannonball Read 8)
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