Seth Rogen: Ray Rice Should Be Banned For Life From The NFL
Joan Rivers’ star-studded funeral took place yesterday in NYC. She would have loved the event. The woman died as she lived — shocking all the way. (HuffPo)
Has Damon Lindelof finally atoned for the Lost finale? Dustin thinks so. (WG)
Cara Delevingne walked the red carpet for the TIFF premiere for Face of an Angel. She’s an arresting presence, and it turns out Cara can act beyond a 5-second appearance in Joe Wright’s Anna Karenina. (Lainey)
The Ray Rice domestic violence incident exploded with a disturbing new video. (Uproxx) Seth Rogen took Twitter to call for a lifetime NFL ban on Rice. (TMZ) An NFL spokesperson says they never saw this video until now. He’s lying. (Deadspin)
This Legendary Star-Lord cover with an anti-bullying theme might be the most touching thing you’ll see all week. (Unreality)
Chris Evans jiggled his own crotch during an interview at TIFF this weekend. Story of the year. (CB)
Reddit finally got around to banning those celebrity subreddits featuring the nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and many others. Not because Reddit wanted to do the right thing (gasp!) but because of legal threats and technical difficulties. Oh well. (TMS)
Miley Cyrus couldn’t let New York Fashion Week pass without reminding the world of her post-Disney rebellion. Nice nipple pasties. (DL)
Nicole Kidman wore Valentino & accessorized with Colin Firth. (GFY)
Serena Williams won her 18th Grand Slam title yesterday after she defeated Caroline Wozniacki in the U.S. Open. This was Serena’s 3rd consecutive U.S. Open win too. Is she the greatest American tennis player of all time? (Forbes)
James Franco’s next project is to ruin Steve Erickson’s Zeroville with an adaptation fueled by Adderall, shirtless selfies & film festival stunts. (Slashfilm)
Fact: Everyone looks hotter in sunglasses. Okay, fine. I’ll buy some. (NYM)
Surely you know the definition of “First World” and “Third World” countries. Is there such a thing as a “Second World” country? (MF)
Popcultureboy took on Harlan Coben’s Six Years for Cannonball Read 6 and, despite its fast pace, was ultimately disappointed. "Characters were either too convoluted to be believable…or their actions were too annoying or incredulous to really get behind." Looks like you should stick with an earlier Coben novel, Tell No One. (Cannonball Read 6)
You may have heard that Tom Hiddleston will play Hank Williams in an upcoming biopic. He’ll be doing his own vocals. A lot of people thought this was bad casting, but here’s Hiddles proving his stuff onstage at the Wheatland Music Festival. Not exactly Hall H, is it?
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