If you haven’t yet seen Tom Hiddleston & Mia Wasikowska’s
senior photo shoot Crimson Peak promo photos, they’re a delight. (Go Fug Yourself)
Justin Bieber is giving Jaden Smith a run for his philosophical money. Did you know that if you go to Taco Bell, that doesn’t automatically make you a taco? Mind = blown. (Celebitchy)
Well, add Marion Cotillard to the list of people who have said stupid shit about why they’re not feminists, thereby perpetuating all the false assumptions the world has about the word. (The Atlantic)
150 years ago, the Dutch were the shortest people in Europe. Now they’re the tallest in the world. Clearly, it’s time for the rest of us to up our cheese intake. (BBC)
This new Billy on the Street video is funny, of course, because it involves Tina Fey doing anything. But it’s also sad that she couldn’t name 20 Latino entertainers. It’s even sadder that Billy Eichner doesn’t know that people from Spain are not Latino.
When you think Nicki Minaj, you don’t immediately think ABC Family, do you? This could be interesting. (Vanity Fair)
This is just terrible. Jim Carrey’s girlfriend has committed suicide. (DListed)
It’s almost October, and for the first time in way too long, we’re getting a fitting dose of new scary movies. (Forbes)
Neil DeGrasse Tyson is a Trevor Noah fan.
It’s National Coffee Day in the US. Here are a bunch of places giving away free or ultra-cheap coffee. (People)
Maybe share that coffee with a friend. Or cry into it as you watch this movie best friends supercut. You know, one or the other. (Dorkly)
Year after year, Sherman Alexie has been on lists of banned authors, and this year, Cannonballer bonnie took on his "terrific and groundbreaking short story collection," The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven. "This collection is a perfect introduction to Alexie’s oeuvre. His stories are heartbreaking, alcohol-soaked, and hilarious (no, really). " Sounds right up Pajiba’s alley, no? #BannedBooksWeek (Cannonball Read 7)