Justin Timberlake and His Nameless, Headless Baby Vessel Are Pregnant!
Katy Perry got a Super Bowl tattoo backstage after her performance, because football is forever. (DListed)
This letter from Roald Dahl, pleading with parents to vaccinate their children, has been making the rounds, and it’s a heartbreaking read. (BF)
Justin Timberlake is having a baby! That probably means that Jessica Biel is, too, but it’s hard to tell since he cropped her head out of
their his announcement photo. (Celebitchy)
Drake and Marlon Wayans made fun of Kevin Hart’s silly leather vest and now they’re gonna PAY. (Uproxx)
Apparently Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin went to Harry Styles’ 21st birthday party together, but I’m more interested in some of the other guests. Courtney Cox and Rashida Jones, what are you doing at a child’s birthday? (Lainey)
Look, I didn’t want to click this link. And I didn’t want to include it here. I’d like to think we’re better than this. But when you read the headline “Simon Cowell Collapses After Being Hypnotised By A Dog,” it’s best to just admit that we’re powerless in the face of such ridiculousness. (Yahoo)
A former Power Ranger allegedly stabbed his roommate with a sword. I don’t really have anything to add to that, I’m just gonna let it stand on its own, okay? (LAist)
A school in Texas suspended a student for threatening to make kids disappear with his One Ring. The boy’s father gives an appropriately logical response, but I understand the school’s position. How embarrassing would that be for them if all of Middle Earth was brought down just because an elementary school failed to take action against a nine year old? (Mary Sue)
Here’s a look at all the best bits of Grimm’s Fairy Tales that Disney cuts out. You know, all the sex and murder and torture bits. (Phactual)
For anyone who wants to get a good feel for what reading a Pynchon book is like without having to subject themselves to the madness that is Gravity’s Rainbow, Cannonballer Zirza wholly recommends Bleeding Edge. As a commentary on society, it manages to be both depressing and uplifting at once. Have you read anything by Pynchon? (Cannonball Read 7)
I didn’t see The Boy Next Door. I’m not going to see The Boy Next Door. But this scene in which Jennifer Lopez is given a first edition of The Iliad is maybe my favorite scene from any movie ever. Not a first edition of a specific translation. A. First. Edition. Of The Iliad.