Here’s something that brings me immense joy: Rob McElhenney And Kaitlin Olson kept their relationship a secret from their It’s Always Sunny castmates for a whole year and the entire time Glenn Howerton thought that McElhenney was going home with a different woman every weekend. (Uproxx)
Justin Theroux is loose and charming and funny and enthusiastically hanging out with the Queer Eye guys these days, while Jennifer Aniston? She’s making a Netflix movie with Adam Sandler, who appears to be sporting a terrible mustache. At least she’s on a yacht (much like Beyoncé and her adorable kids). (Lainey)
Jerry Jones is evil. Full stop. (The Root)
The Charlie’s Angels movie, directed by Elizabeth Banks (who will play Bosley) with Kristen Stewart has added its other two Angels, and I am pretty stoked about this. (Vulture)
How much does Breitbart hate “establishment” Republicans? Here’s 1600 words (literally) on how the establishment candidate for Senate in Wisconson drives a Toyota instead of a Ford. Like, who gives a shit? (Breitbart)
That article explains so much, really. (Wonkette)
Jim Jordan has officially put his hat in the ring for Speaker of the House. If elected, he promises to look the other way while Trump fucks over the rest of the country. (NPR)
Honestly, I think that the “real” Tom Cruise was killed on the set of Far & Away and this one was designed by an algorithm. (Celebitchy)
It would explain the Cruise renaissance, except that I feel like every time he has a new movie (like, twice a year), there’s a Cruise renaissance. (FSR)
FYI: Demi Lovato is doing well (and also likely headed to rehab). Best of luck to her. (Dlisted)
Ah, to be celebrities and in love.
He’ll be replacing Morgan Freeman, so this is an upgrade.
I’M GONNA BE THE VOICE ON PUBLIC TRANSIT IN MY HOMETOWN OF VANCOUVER. pic.twitter.com/JduvqtqU3o— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) July 26, 2018
Did you know that Mischa Barton — of The O.C. fame — has made 17 movies since 2015. SEVENTEEN. I haven’t heard of a single one of them. This one won’t be any different. (Jezebel)
Kfishgirl reviewed Alan Russell’s three-book Gideon and Sirius series about a cop and his canine investigating partner. The stories are a bit formulaic, but fun. Good news, Sirius is her favorite character (he does not die), and "Gideon is OK, especially because of the way he treats all dogs." Is it important to you to know that the dog lives? (Cannonball Read 10)