So, About Those Early Reactions to 'Wonder Woman' ...
We’re one day closer to the weekend, but man, Thursday started out with quite the shittay news for many of us. Goodbye, Chris. Thank you for your beautiful voice (and hair).
Critics have seen Wonder Woman, and early reactions are rolling out. It’s not official until we’ve reviewed it, of course, but for those worrying that it was gonna be another DC dud, worry no more. You all were going to go see it anyway, but now there’s a good reason to do so. (Collider)
The Traveling Pants Sisterhood still shows up for each other! The ladies turned out for Amber Tamblyn’s directorial debut of Painted Black. I love it! - (GFY)
When asked for mansplaining examples, the internet is not short on examples. YEESH! - (Yahoo)
There’s some eclectic fashioning going on at Cannes, but this gorgeous Vivienne Westwood ballgown that Elle Fanning is wearing is so amazing! It’s whimsical yet classic. - (Lainey)
Ryan Murphy’s Katrina: American Crime Story has found its George W. Bush. Perfect! - (VF)
Coffee and Twin Peaks’ Dale Cooper are inextricably linked. Here’s a seriously fascinating exploration of that. Seriously. (Eater)
Scott Disick, the ex of one of those Kardashians (I don’t care which one, so don’t bother trying to tell me) went on a date with Bella Thorne (no idea who she is or why she’s famous, but I DO know that she was on an episode of Snoop and Martha’s Potluck Dinner Party and her laugh made me want to lock her in the pantry). I guess it’s a big deal because she’s 19 and he’s 33, but really, what I’ve taken from this whole thing is, HOW IS HE ONLY 33? I call shenanigans on that! - (Celebitchy)
Lots of Breaking Bad Easter eggs in this week’s Better Call Saul. Plus, the director of the episode will be very familiar to 80s kids. - (Uproxx)
A Harvard student submitted a rap album for his senior thesis… and he got an A-minus! - (AP)
These photographs are making the rounds on social media and for good reason - (Bust)
Golden Girls is not only one of the greatest sitcoms of all time, it’s also the latest special edition of Clue. Who killed the cheesecake? - (Nerdist)
Someone broke into Amber Rose’s house and didn’t take anything, but just kind of hung out for a few hours. Allow me to just add that I think it’s odd that she has multiple bodyguards and that they are sleeping in her home and that she doesn’t have an alarm system, but she has security cameras and the aforementioned bodyguards (plural). Maybe lose one of the bodyguards and buy the alarm system with that money? - (Dlisted)
DiCaprio’s girlfriend, Nina Agdal, hit the magical Logan’s Run-ish age of 25 in March, so we all knew her time with Leo was coming to an end. The end arrived a couple of days ago - hey! Just in time for Cannes! Thank God Leo won’t have to be weighted down by that OLD bag while he’s flitting about scouting for his next new model! - (LG)
Reading a book about poverty and low income housing is depressing, but even more so when you are familiar with the city being examined. Matthew Desmond’s Evicted hit close to home for Bonnie both by looking at the city in which she was raised, but also because she’s pretty sure her own landlord is trying to price out people he finds undesirable. Have you struggled to find affordable housing? (Cannonball Read 9)
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