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Stan Lee Has Some Deliciously Catty Advice For DC Movies

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 7, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 7, 2016 |

It’s been a while since I remembered Jude Law exists, so thank you, internet, for the delightful dual reminder that he is both about to play a Pope in a movie and also living in a rumpled, tousled give-no-fucks about our societal expectations like hair brushes and socks phase of his life. (Go Fug Yourself)

Happy Birthday to Leslie Jones! (Lainey)

Stan Lee has some fantastically snarky advice for DC movies. Do we think this has anything to do with that time David Ayer shouted “Fuck Marvel” at the Suicide Squad premiere? (HitFix)

Zendaya says a grocery store employee threw her wallet back at her and wouldn’t sell her gift cards because of her skin tone. (Daily Dot)

I call dibs on this actual Halloween costume, sold at actual Walmarts. (I don’t think it’s NSFW but, well, spoiler: it’s a terrifying vulva hat.) (Walmart)

In random pairings of decades past, Gwen Stefani’s ex and Tiger Woods’ ex are potentially rubbing their parts on each other. (Also, Gavin Rossdale is FIFTY??) (DListed)

Chance the Rapper gave Beyoncé a Simpsons-inspired birthday tribute over the weekend. (AV Club)

14 women may all be allowed to testify against Bill Cosby when he goes to trial. (Vanity Fair)

The woman who served as the real-life inspiration for Rosie the Riveter has been recognized after seven decades. This is a beautiful story. (And because I need to make things about me, also started in the city where I was born!) (People)

Zirza says The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton isn’t an easy read, but it’s a rewarding one. If this is too off-putting, "…be advised that there is basically a shaggy-dog story at the back of it - think Man Booker doing The Hangover… I loved The Luminaries for being clever and toying with literary conventions; for its eclectic mix of characters and its masterful deployment of New Zealand history to form the perfect backdrop; but mostly, I loved it because it was fun." Have you read this one? (Cannonball Read 8)

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