Dustin says we should all give Halt and Catch Fire another shot. I’m trying to come up with more of a response than just an exhausted sigh, but coming up empty. (Uproxx)
Guy Pearce is channeling that Freshman year cultural studies professor you were WAY too into. (Go Fug Yourself)
Oh, Leonardo DiCaprio. I had thought that partying with Justin Bieber and having your friends block out your face in their Instagram photos were the most laughable things you could do. But you just keep sinking lower, don’t you? I don’t know why walking around with a selfie stick is worse in my eyes than a Bieber friendship, but it turns out it is. (BuzzFeed)
Mariah Carey called being a judge on American Idol “the worst experience of [her] life.” This makes me think that Mariah Carey has led a VERY cushiony life. (E!)
Joe Manganiello doesn’t care why you like him, he just wants you to like him. (Celebitchy)
Over at Vanity Fair, Joanna and Cameron Crowe talked all things music in movies and if you need me, I’ll be watching that Almost Famous “Tiny Dancer” scene on repeat forever. (Vanity Fair)
Did we know that Demi Moore and Punky Brewster are BFFs? I feel like this is a thing we should have known. (Lainey)
I don’t usually enjoy pointing and laughing at random people being crazy, but this woman who had 911 called on her for her reaction to not being served enough sprinkles on her ice cream cone is my new favorite person. I want her to be the Demi to my Punky. (NYMag)
I should take my new best friend for pizza. Maybe pizza with tiny pizza sprinkle toppings. That seems up her alley.
Aww, Johnny Depp’s daughter is exactly the surly goth princess you would expect her to be. (Yahoo)
Kristen Bell accidentally ordered an Uber carpool and it was supremely awkward. (People)
Okay, high schools— time to stop printing yearbooks. Also, burn all past yearbooks. Nothing has ever been or will ever be greater than this teenager’s quote on why feminism matters. (HuffPo)
After lovingStation Eleven, staramour gambled on aanother dystopian future with California by Edan Lepucki, and says "It’s a lush, vivid and interesting world Lepucki has created. It’s another interesting vehicle for a ‘what if’ and ‘what would I’ world that hopefully always remains theoretical." (Cannonball Read 7)
Happy Friday! We are all this tiny kitten and the milk is our weekend.