The Hiddleswift Romance Is a Lot More Interesting If You Choose to See the Illuminati Conspiracy Behind It
I hope all you fellow ‘Mericans had an excellent holiday yesterday. Here’s the greatest Fourth of July speech ever, even though— or really, because— it was delivered on the Fifth. (Slate)
Did we know Ellie Kemper was pregnant? That seems like new information. Either way, she would like everyone to keep their hands off her digestive area, please. (Celebitchy)
I don’t know how some of you can still be doubting the ultimate real and trueness of Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift’s love. I mean, he put it on a shirt. If it’s on a shirt, it’s automatically a fact. (Lainey)
Oh my god, unless the T.S. his shirt says he hearts isn’t referring to Taylor! Break out your yarn walls, we’ve got the beginnings of an Illuminati conspiracy theory (plus 10 other totally reasonable explanations). (Revelist)
Any glimpse at new Lin-Manuel Miranda material is a welcome treasure.
Jennifer Garner looks like she was dressed at the fanciest gift wrap store and I swear I mean that as a compliment. (Go Fug Yourself)
John Carpenter said The Walking Dead is a rip-off of Night of the Living Dead and other zombie movies, which, I mean… kind of? Sure? In as much as pretty much every story ever told is a “rip-off” of every story before it. (Uproxx)
Elie Wiesel passed away over the weekend at the age of 87. (CNN)
I was in such a rush to get to vacation time last Friday, I forgot to include the traditional adorable animal video. I hope you managed to enjoy your weekend anyway. To make up for it, here’s a mama rat unleashing hellfury on a snake who thought it could just slither away with her baby. (For the more sensitive among us, yes, it looks like the baby rat survives. And yes, it’s still just about as upsetting as it is totally awesome.) (DListed)
If you’ve got a fan of robots in your family who’s at the picture book reading level, ChainedVase has a five-star suggestion for you: Robo-Sauce. With a direct, conversational tone and detailed drawings, Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri tell the unexpected story of a little boy who goes full robot, and their tale might just make you welcome your robot overlords. (Cannonball Read 8)
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