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Neville Longbottom Is Trying to Worm His Way on to 'Game of Thrones' & What Does the Academy Have Against Domhnall Gleeson?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 14, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | January 14, 2016 |

This is a rough day in a devastating week. Here are 12 beautiful Alan Rickman quotes that will hopefully make you smile a little. (Also probably cry a bunch, though.) (Dorkly)

Poor Domhnall Gleeson was in four Oscar-nominated movies this year, and got zero nominations himself. Always a bridesmaid, never an Oscar nominee. (Lainey)

Matthew Lewis (aka the now ridiculously hot former Neville Longbottom) tried to get Emilia Clarke to get him a Game of Thrones audition. He has the accent, he looks good shirtless… are there other qualifications needed? (Yahoo)

Jude Law is working on a super-prestige miniseries called The Young Pope, but judging from the heavy spray tan, it looks like this could easily be titled Miami Pope, which is now a thing I desperately want to exist. (Celebitchy)

These cats are judging your reading habits. (Mashable)

This theory as to how all of the American Horror Story seasons are connected makes a lot of sense. It also means we’re in for four more years of AHS. (Vanity Fair)

If you thought America Ferrera and Eva Longoria’s Golden Globes bit was too funny to have been written by the award show’s writers, you were right. (BuzzFeed)

Scientists are trying to fight obesity with pills full of human poop. The lead researcher has said she has “no idea what the result will be.” This is one study where you’d REALLY be hoping for the placebo. (Science Alert)

If you’ve ever had a package arrive late or had your mail wind up in your neighbor’s box by mistake, just know that that mix-up could have been a lot worse. And weirder. And more disturbing. (Daily Dot)

Disgusted with 2016 so far and want to get away? Cannonball Read has found the solution: The Time Machine by H.G. Wells. Ingres77 gives five stars to this remarkable novel, written in 1895. Is the fourth dimension not enough and need even more escape? Never fear, there’s still time to sign up for CBR8, hide out with some book-loving individuals, and help fight cancer. (Cannonball Read 8)

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