Divorce is ugly, yes. But it’s also weirdly hilarious, especially when it comes to division of property and what people want to keep. In William Shatner’s case, what he wants to keep is money, in the form of sexual fluid. Equine sexual fluid. In certain circles (aka rich people), evidently, this is liquid gold. (Dlisted) 

Speaking of rich people who own horses… Prince Andrew currently doesn’t have a job, and likely won’t for the foreseeable future, although Buckingham Palace keeps trying. Every other week it feels like there’s a planted story about how much he loves his ma, as if that’ll get people to forget about his friendship with the dead rapist pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein. For now though, since he isn’t doing much of anything to prove his worth, his ma is paying for him. And nobody seems particular concerned with counting those pennies, because I can tell you for sure, he’s not going for pizza in Woking, FFS. (Cele|bitchy) 

“Prim” is a great word for this outfit – and I love it. Because “prim” is my style lane. I live for clothes like this. I could do without such a defined waist but still, this is a GREAT look on Rose Byrne and her hair right now is amazing, it’s making me want to cut mine. That’s a perfect length on her.  (Go Fug Yourself) 
I love this question: instead of rebooting movies, how about doing the same movie, but from another character’s point of view? Romance novels do this all the time. There are companion books written from the each lover’s perspective. So which films and which characters would make your list? Someone suggested E.T. from E.T.’s POV. I… don’t know if I could handle that. It’s too much love in a package. I already can’t make it through E.T., the original, without totally losing it. Imagine if you could actually hear his thoughts? Instead of his one thought at the very end? See, I’m crying already. (Pajiba) 

Ahead of the release of his latest film, The Way Back, The Ringer is debating Ben Affleck’s best role. My vote is for Nick Dunne in Gone Girl. I totally believed that he is that guy. (The Ringer)