To ease you out of this week, a collection of blind items from an LA photo booth. (Lainey)
Katie Holmes has gone full Miss Frizzle and I LOVE IT. (Go Fug Yourself)
Vince Vaughn looks… different. (Celebitchy)
You read about the Twitter snark battle between Patton Oswalt and Martin Shkreli, right? Well, as if Shkreli weren’t far enough out of his depths there, he decided to take on Chris Evans, too. (Oohlo)
Tim Gunn has some harsh words for the fashion industry and its lack of interest in the average woman. (Washington Post)
The Gilmore Girls revival will start off with a Goop joke. (EW)
PLEASE LET THIS BE THE PREMISE OF SEASON TWO.
For aspiring writers, JK Rowling has a lot of career “do’s” to look at. Here are some “do nots,” though. (Revelist)
This is fantastic: “What’s So Special About FX President John Landgraf?” (Vanity Fair)
There’s been an incredible shift in television lately, with more and more female characters depicting honest portrayals of mental illness. I totally, shamefully admit, though, that I hadn’t really seen how women of color have been almost entirely left out of this conversation. (Fusion)
Barack Obama now has a parasite name named after him, because apparently the resemblance was undeniable: “It’s long. It’s thin. And it’s cool as hell.” (Time)
We’ve sung the praises of folks over at Cannonball Read 8 who won the thing, or hit half, whole, double or triple Cannonballs, but today we’re promoting someone’s very first. Gord Reid shows that it’s never too late to join the race and recently posted his first CBR8 review. His take on of Marcus Luttrell’s war memoir, Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Hero of SEAL Team 10. There’s still time to hit your goal, Gord! (Cannonball Read 8)
Happy Friday, everybody! You all spend this weekend however you damn well please, okay?