Taika Waititi is not sweating these “threesome” photos: “It’s good” – .

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Taika Waititi is not sweating these “threesome” photos: “It’s good” – .


Taika Waititi doesn’t laugh at the pictures of him kissing Rita Ora and Tessa Thompson on the internet. (Vulture)

After being spotted leaving John Mulaney’s apartment following their clearly staged photo of daddy, Olivia Munn will now play the ‘media is incorrectly reporting my personal life’ card. Come on, ma’am. (Designated)

What is an Ant Antstead and why is she dating Renee Zellweger? (Celebrity)

While it looked like Britney Spears suffered a pretty tough setback yesterday when a judge refused to remove her father from his trusteeship, wealth management company Bessemer Trust has just filed documents to step down as co- Britney’s curator and cited her testimony in court as the reason. (AND)

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From Roxane: A very nice essay by Molly Ostertag for Polygon’s Year of the Ring series on how queer readings of the Frodo / Sam relationship aren’t wrong. (Polygon)

From Claude: Comic book writer Al Ewing (The Immortal Hulk, Guardians of the Galaxy) writes a great article about becoming bisexual. (Way)

From Kayleigh: Isabel Fall wrote a fantastic sci-fi story titled “I Sexually Identify Myself as an Attack Helicopter”, which explored ideas of gender, identity and the industrial war complex. The hatred she faced online, along with accusations of being transphobic while being trans herself, led her to demand that the story be removed from the internet. For Vox, Emily VanDerWerff spoke to Fell and reviewed the horrific cycle of false outrage that all of this sparked. (Voice)

From James:

Bill Cosby has been released from prison, but he is not welcome in Hollywood. (Variety)

I love this theory on who is the real villain of Loki could be. (THR)

So basically Quentin Tarantino wants to mutilate Uma Thurman’s daughter too? Cool cool. (Comic)

For USA’s 245th birthday, Cannonball Read recommends vel veeter’s review of Bernard Bailyn The ideological origins of the American Revolution, from where he learned that the colonists did not understand the Greek philosophers they cited. “It’s hilarious for me because it’s the most American thing (way of thinking) I can think of. How did you reflect on the ideas behind the founding of the United States? (Cannonball Read 13)


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