Woody Allen's New Amazon Project Is Already a Disaster & Kathy Griffin Is Sh*tting On Joan Rivers' Legacy
Natalie Portman “is not worshipping the false idol of Oscar anymore, except for the part where she’s booking a lot of roles sure to get her name into the Oscar conversation.” (Lainey)
Dustin reminds us that everyone on Mad Men is terrible except Peggy, and that Peggy deserves ALL the good things, and that all of this has been true since day one. (Uproxx)
Is Charlize Theron doing some Mad Max carwash cosplay? (Go Fug Yourself)
The (real) Atlantic just published (the fictional) Ken Cosgrove’s short story, more than half a century after the Mad Men universe version of the magazine ran it. (Flavorwire)
It’s a sad day for the blues. B.B. King has passed away. (Buzzfeed)
Woody Allen has no idea what Amazon is, why he’s working with them, or what he wants to do there. Sounds like his new project is going super great! (Uproxx)
Melissa Rivers says Kathy Griffin is shitting all over her mother’s legacy. Isn’t that Kathy Griffin’s whole brand? (Celebitchy)
Vince Gilligan finally tells us what happened to Breaking Bad’s Huell. (SlashFilm)
Does making your character a silly, shallow woman and then having her downfall stem from being silly and shallow seem pretty judgy? Cannonballer soapyme poses this question in her review of Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. [If you need a spoiler warning for a book published in 1856, then consider yourself warned.] (Cannonball Read 7)
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