People Magazine Tweeted Racist Sh*t About Viola Davis & John Cusack Called Hollywood A Whorehouse
A whole lot of television goodness hit Netflix this week, including the most fetching mother-daughter series of all time. (WG) You also have one week to watch every episode of this show before it disappears from Netflix. (TMS)
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian had a cleavage competition at Paris fashion week. You can’t make this stuff up, folks. (DL)
The witching season fast approacheth. Let’s kick things off with this video of a ghost-like figure caught on camera at a New Mexico police station. Whatever the object is, it’s walking right through a chain-link fence. (NYDN)
Does this outfit of ALL the tartans mean that Jessica Simpson is a huge Outlander fan? (GFY)
Gwyneth Paltrow is selling monogrammed panties on her Goop site. She uses the Goop butt to advertise. Her pair reads “GKPM,” which stands for Gwyneth Kate Paltrow … Martin. An unimportant oversight or clever PR? (Lainey)
John Cusack has some opinions on Hollywood. He lets loose on the city that makes people go mad, ageism against actresses, and how your iPhone is recording everything and sending it the FBI. (The Guardian)
Bear Grylis proposed to his wife in the grossest way possible. He scores a few points for creativity, but that ring should be sterilized. Don’t do this. (Uproxx)
Another thing that men (and women) shouldn’t do: Use the word “nag.” (CB)
If Batman was a cowboy, this is what he’d look like. The dude would probably have even more daddy issues than usual. (Unreality)
Last night, People magazine decided it was a great idea to live-tweet last night’s episodes of Scandal and HTGAWM. Unfortunately, several of these tweets were blatantly racist. Screencaps, please. (Jezebel)
Anna Paquin must be thrilled that her 10-ish minutes of missing screentime in X-Men: Days of Future Past will be reinstated as a Blu-Ray marketing gimmick. (Slashfilm)
Baltimore area residents: There’s a great opportunity to watch a terrifically reviewed, and original sci-fi film called Coherence in your area, but at least 93 people need to sign up. Check out the trailer, and make it happen. (Hobotrashcan)
George Clooney will marry Amal Alamuddin tomorrow in Venice. Their wedding prep is insane, if you’re into that sort of thing. (Us)
Will you watch Chris Hemsworth play the most beautiful hacker since, well, Angelina Jolie in Hackers? (Gawker)
This post about the secret emotional lives of punctuation marks confirms what I suspected: Commas get no respect. (MF)
Chris Pratt visited Jimmy Fallon and explained how his “Douchemaster McChest” head shot came into fruition. The pr0n music sound effect really sets this story off right. (HuffPo)
Here’s a new SNL promo featuring Ariana Granda and Chris Pratt. Look, it’s the mythical right side of Ariana’s face.
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