Chris Evans gave an interview where he talks about his singing and tap dancing history, which makes me wonder when we’re gonna see him in a musical, but the real buried lede here is that W asked Evans if he thought Cap could be a virgin AND HE SAID YES. Someone update the very serious discussion accordingly! (Celebitchy)
Chelsea Handler, sit the hell down. If she’s capable of feeling shame, I hope she feels awful for blaming Brangelina’s divorce on Angelina being a “fucking lunatic” RIGHT before a child abuse investigation was announced. Throw in a couple helpings of racism, and I’ve had my Handler fill for the… ever. (Lainey)
This was written before the abuse allegations came out as well, but it’s a fascinating piece anyway: on how the “rules” have changed for what we idolize and tolerate from our male stars. (NYM)
Look, if you give Mel Brooks an award, he’s going to pretend to pull your pants down. That’s just how it is.
Pres. Obama awards the 2015 National Medal of Arts to Mel Brooks "for a lifetime of making the world laugh." https://t.co/bGsVe1NLg6— ABC News (@ABC) September 22, 2016
Martha from The Americans’ red carpet look is basically Garanimals chic and I want it SO BADLY. At first glance, I thought the pattern was dinosaurs, so if we could make that happen, I’d be forever grateful. (Go Fug Yourself)
How many of you have actually been playing along with Mr. Robot’s Easter egg game? Was it worth it? (Uproxx)
What it’s like to let yourself become the person the Facebook algorithm thinks you are. (BuzzFeed)
Well, this is adorable.
In pop culture, bisexuality in a character is nearly always an indication of villainy, or at least superficial awfulness. Here are 9 characters that defy the cheating, promiscuous, confused stereotypes. (Revelist)
Are you struggling to make sense of and keep up with the Black Lives Matter movement? What if there were a university-level course that you could follow online? (BLM Syllabus)
With the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children movie due to come out soon, KM Bezner really really wanted to like the source material, but … she didn’t. Though there are a lot of things to like about it, ultimately it was the photographs themselves that bugged this Cannonballer. What about you, have you read Ransom Riggs’ YA novel, or are you just psyched for Eva Green? (Cannonball Read)
Have a great weekend, everybody! I hope you all have fantastic times with fantastic friends.