Russell Crowe Found a New Thing to Throw a Twitter Fit Over & More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Bradley Cooper's Butt Sweat
“Carte Blanchett”— the idea that Cate Blanchett has total impunity to wear whatever crazypants, sometimes hideous outfits she wants because she is Cate f*cking Blanchett— is my new favorite term. (Go Fug Yourself)
Jennifer Lawrence may be running out of her trademark endearing/embarrassing (“endearassing”? Let’s make that happen) interview pull quotes, so she’s revealing endearassing facts about Bradley Cooper’s butt sweat. Namely, that there’s a lot of it. (Celebitchy)
Russell Crowe is really mad at Virgin Air for not letting him and his kids take their expensive, sometimes exploding foot toys on a plane. (Uproxx)
This makes sense.
No one puts together a “best of” list like Joanna. This list of the year’s best new TV characters has some majorly outside the box (and correct!) entries. (Vanity Fair)
Are you in the market for a billion articles about video game blogging? Well, here you go. (Critical Distance)
A comedian named Beth Stelling went public with an Instagram post about a past abusive relationship, and why she is finally choosing to start speaking about the experience onstage. (BuzzFeed)
And over in the UK, they’ve just criminalized “coercive or controlling” behavior. This is a huge step forward in taking a stand against emotional as well as physical domestic abuse. (Inverse)
How about some lighter relationship talk? Like if Jenny Lewis were your girlfriend… (The Toast)
Matt Damon sure does need a lot of rescuing. (Mediaite)
Want to be in the know about the comic book series on everyone’s mind in 2016? It’s going to be Kelly Sue Deconnick’s Bitch Planet. SavageCats and ElCicco are already non compliant. Are you woman enough to review Bitch Planet for Cannonball Read 8?
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