Sophie Turner Confirms Everything You've Assumed About Kit Harington's Hair
I know a lot of us are still reeling from Prince’s death yesterday, and I don’t want to start this off in a pool of tears, but it needs to be noted that today is the birthday of AlabamaPink, one of the all-time Pajiba greats, who was taken way too soon.
Man, Sophie Tuner gives great interviews. In no small part because she doesn’t seem to know how NOT to embarrass Kit Harrington. (Celebitchy)
I’m really digging whatever knitwear bumblebee Star Wars cosplay thing Cate Blanchett is doing here. (Go Fug Yourself)
This headline is sure to upset more than a few of you: “Tom Hiddleston Is No Longer the Internet’s Boyfriend.” We’ve lost him, then. (Lainey)
The story of how seven kittens were trained to play Keanu in Key & Peele’s new movie (and then all subsequently adopted!) is making my heart feel good things. (THR)
This is a really great breakdown of what gives this Ghost in the Shell clusterfuck its context.
Lego’s take on Shakespeare’s plays is pretty adorable. (YouTube)
MTV cleared its schedule yesterday to play only Prince videos. Except someone definitely just typed “Prince” into whatever setup they use and then walked away, right? As implied by the inclusion of the Fresh Prince in that tribute? (Daily Dot)
Yesterday’s loss gave a whole bunch of companies the perfect opportunity to once again remind us that they have no idea how to use their social media accounts. (HuffPo)
Surprised by a strange little book about a mutant dolphin teenagers, Cannonballer Melina dared to check out the sequel, Love, Lattes and Danger. And… No. Just… no. "Book two can be summed up in one word: UGGGH. Love, Lattes and Danger offered up very little love, ZERO lattes, and actually so much danger that it was annoying." Don’t bother with this book, but Melina’s review? Hysterical. (Cannonball Read 8)