Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian’s relationship is the most interested I’ve ever been in a Kardashian relationship. I’m not quite sure why – but I totally believe that there is a lot of sizzle between them. As for these gigantic flower arrangements… is the whole point to brag about how big your house is? Because even if you gifted me one of these, I couldn’t accept it. (Cele|bitchy) 


One of the big headlines in a certain corner of Twitter yesterday was that John Mulaney and Anna Marie Tendler are divorcing. The other headline is that he’s out of rehab and is now performing a five day residency – and most of his show seems to be about his relapse, intervention, and recovery. People who were there describe his set as deeply personal, raw, uncomfortable, and funny too. (Dlisted) 

Um, yes, f-ck yes, please, I will look at photos of Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves at the premiere of Point Break, and I will enjoy the sh-t out of it. Did we deserve them? Together? In this classic movie? You see that suede jacket (I think it’s suede) that Keanu’s wearing here? Every other kid in my school, including me, had a jacket like this. Bought vintage. (Go Fug Yourself) 

Leonardo DiCaprio was trending on Twitter yesterday because a new photo of him with Lily Gladstone from Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon was released. Production on the film began last month and the New York Post called him “unrecognisable”. I mean, it’s clearly Leo which is why people were dragging the Post but… also… there are a lot of people who see Leo with what I call “memory eyes”, which is how he looked in Romeo + Juliet. Or maybe The Departed. And the thing is, no matter what he looks like, Leo doesn’t lose opportunities. A woman in his position? Not the same. (Pajiba) 

Oh. My. God. I saw A Knight’s Tale, starring Heath Ledger, in theatres and I remember, I came out of there transformed – like in a full blown almost-crisis, take-over-your-life crush on him. It was bad. I had it so bad for him. There’s a scene where he and Shannyn Sossamon do this medieval dance thing and the way he moved, Christ, even now all these years later I can feel the lingering effects of swoon. So this piece by Jake Kring-Schreifels, it was like it was written for me. (The Ringer)