Samuel L. Jackson Popped Into A Live Reading of Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight'
An illusionist named Darcy Oake blew the minds of the Britain’s Got Talent judges. Seriously, where did he keep all those birds? (WG)
The first images of Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard in Macbeth have arrived. Fassy says Macbeth is not evil but merely has PTSD. (Slashfilm)
We can tell already that Prince George will have a better hairline than his daddy. And a better sense of humor too. (GFY)
Lindsay Lohan must know by now that her OWN documentary series failed to secure a second season. I do hope that Oprah’s big slip up is really Lohan’s “last chance.” The girl will not get clean unless someone stops giving her chances. Anyway, Lohan announced her miscarriage on last night’s season finale. (Lainey)
Speaking of post-mortem discussions, Johnny Depp’s career is in a very bad place this morning. Transcendence is his fourth consecutive flop. Let’s talk about why this happened. (Celebitchy)
Infographic: If George RR Martin wrote Mad Men. (Unreality)
Quentin Tarantino’s Hateful Eight isn’t dead yet. The director staged a one-time reading and sold $200 tickets. That price is ridiculous, but Samuel L. Jackson was one of the actors. If a mega-fan had money to burn, Sam alone would have been worth it. (Uproxx)
Apparently, that Hateful Eight live reading went off without a hitch. Actors included Tim Roth, Walton Goggins, Kurt Russell and … Michael Madsen? This review is a must read for any Tarantino junkie. (HR)
Here are many ways to enjoy your leftover Cadbury creme eggs — assuming that you didn’t scarf all of them yesterday. (MF)
Alessandra Ambrosio took her four-year-old daughter to Coachella. This is wrong on several levels, but should we tell other people how to parent if their child is not in immediate danger? (EB)
In the wake of her newfound singleton status, Gwyneth Paltrow has resorted to showing you that her selfies are much more elite than your selfies. (DListed)
The city of Portland decided to dump a 38 million gallon reservoir of potable water after a teenager took a leak into it. Because a tiny bit of pee tips the “acceptable” scale after a few thousand loads of bird poop couldn’t manage. (io9)
The Star Trek: The Next Generation Easter eggs boldly went where no bald Picard head has gone before. (TMS)
The New Girl: no, not the TV show with Zooey Deschanel, it’s the first of 52 Fear Street books by R. L. Stine. TyburnBlossom is reading and reviewing all of them for this year’s Cannonball Read. Check out her review of the one that started it all. (Cannonball Read 6)
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