Welcome to Monday! I KNOW you’ve got some Walking Dead questions lined up this week. (Uproxx)
I know a lot of you don’t give a crud about the Royal family, but these three are so pretty and wearing silly hats and generally having so much fun, I can’t help myself. (Go Fug Yourself)
People are losing their shit over this upcoming 20/20 interview with Leah Remini. In this teaser, she says that “being critical of Tom Cruise is being critical of Scientology itself. You are evil.” And the end of the clip, she’s asked what she’d like to say to Tom Cruise if he were watching, which is a forced cliffhanger that probably won’t pay off in any great way but I don’t care— it got me. I’m watching. (EW)
These pictures of Jessica Biel trying to finally get Justin Timberlake to be quiet for once are my everything today. (Lainey)
According to responses Andrew Garfield is offhandedly yelling at Australian fans, he and Emma Stone may be splitsville again. (Celebitchy)
A warning: this video of Ben Carson comparing women seeking abortions to slaveowners may turn your brain into a fiery goo. (Slate)
How do we diffuse that anger you’re feeling? How about a video of a backwards running competition, played in reverse? This really shouldn’t be so funny, but oh wow, it is.
Or how about Beyonce’s flawless Storm costume?
Here’s a pigeon that’s trying way too hard to be a meme. (Gothamist)
This should do the trick to wash the Ben Carson from your brain: Robert Downey Jr. wore a tiger costume to invite a young boy with cystic fibrosis to the Civil War premiere. (Mary Sue)
Quorren reviewed The Star Wars, the official adaptation of George Lucas’s original screenplay. "It’s hard to look at this book objectively…There are ghosts of the iconic Star Wars that we all know (and love!). The ‘you’ll be dead’ dialogue from the Tatooine cantina is almost verbatim, but the characters and circumstances are different. Ever get a really jarring déjà vu feeling? It’s like that the whole way through. Some things are familiar, but very, very wrong." 2 stars for this one but "it’s interesting read to see just how the idea of Star Wars evolved into the hit it is today." (Cannonball Read 7)