Viralhog on YouTube had this short, sweet vid of a bear at a wildlife park waving to a couple in a car. It’s pretty heartwarming. It’s also nice that the bear probably already ate that day and that the couple isn’t one of those idiots hanging out of their car with food to get a better video. People do that!
The Hollywood Reporter has a story about Croatian cult leader Jared Leto having tried everything in his Jordan Catalano power to keep Todd Phillips’ Joker movie starring Joaquin Phoenix from happening. He failed.
This offer might sound like a spam ad from the comments section of a Kotaku post, but no – it’s for reals. Popular Mechanics reports that Geomiq, a London-based “additive manufacturing and machining” startup is looking for someone to be the face of someone’s robots. You don’t have to fork over your actual face to them, but this does read like the premise for what could be a fairly successful horror movie.
As expected, extremely relatable Hollywood starlet Jennifer Lawrence, 29, married the “gallerist” of her dreams, Cooke Maroney, 34, in a lavish ceremony at the Belcourt of Newport mansion in Rhode Island yesterday. “Cooke Maroney” sounds like an old-timey gangster from a cartoon so is it too much to imagine that he said his vows in a Jimmy Cagney-eque accent, see, while the defiantly down-to-earth J-Law made a fart joke when she said hers? Probably not.
“Naturally flavored?!?” For Dr. Pepper fans – just in case your teeth haven’t quite crumbled into saccharine ruins in your mouth, your favorite soda pop is now coming in birthday cake flavor. The Junk Food Aisle Instagrammed thanks to Dr. Pepper for sending samples of their newest crime against nature.
Rosario Dawson? Like – Kids’ Rosario Dawson? Potential Future First Lady of the United States of America Rosario Dawson? Bleeding heart liberal, Battle in Seattle Rosario Dawson? Yeah, that one. TMZ reports that Rosario, her mother Isabel Celeste, Isabel’s husband Gregory and Isabel’s brother Gustavo are being sued by a former employee who is transgender and accusing Rosario and her family of assault, battery, trespass, discrimination, and civil rights and labor violations.