I 100% forgot there’s a new season of Fargo, this time starring Jon Hamm, Juno Temple, Dave Foley, Joe Keery, and Lamorne Morris. This one looks really good—Temple plays a housewife who is suspiciously good at escaping kidnapping. Into it. The premiere, however, is a bit rough, fashion-wise. (Go Fug Yourself)


A list of Thanksgiving movies that includes Paul Blart: Mall Cop but not Home for the Holidays or The Nightmare Before Christmas (which I categorize as a Thanksgiving movie, splitting the difference between Halloween and Christmas)? I call BS on this list. Although, I do agree with including You’ve Got Mail. I think of that line about a bouquet of pencils every autumn. (Popsugar)

The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman confirmed that Steven Yeun is playing all-powerful being the Sentry in Thunderbolts. Of the reveal, Kirkman said, “I don’t think this is a spoiler,” which it is, and, “I don’t work for Marvel. What are they going to do to me?” It’s not you, dude. It’s Steven Yeun. He’s the one who will get the unpleasant talking to. (IGN)


Billie Eilish is another of the women featured at Variety’s Power of Women, and in her profile, she talks about not fitting in with girl’s girls. I get it. As a tomboy growing up, I admired the outfit girls, they were so cute and put together all the time. Even today as a grown up, part of my fascination with Taylor Swift is that she’s an outfit girl with an unlimited budget to indulge herself, and I like looking at all of her outfits. It could never be me, but I am so fascinated by women who can put together a good fit. But as I got older, it became easier to fit in with other girls. The things that separate us as kids—usually a healthy dose of self-consciousness—matter less. I think Billie is finding that out for herself as she is entering her twenties and her grown era. (Celebitchy)

The 30th annual Austin Powwow is this weekend. Here’s an interview with Native fashion designer Nan Blassingame about making the elaborate jingle dresses and regalia worn at the event. (Texas Monthly)