The Russo Brothers Blow a Secret, and King Leo DiCaprio Is the Decider


MOAR RADIOHEAD! My Friday — whole weekend — is made. The new “album” will be released digitally Sunday night. (via Nerdist)

Did the Russo Brothers just confirm a very exciting Avengers:  Infinity War appearance? Yes, yes they did. Now, who is playing this superhero, tell us that oh loose-lipped directors! (The Mary Sue)

Listen y’all, when King Leo wants to make someone his friend, he just MAKES them his friend. That’s how it is! (Celebitchy)

Peter Capaldi, aka Twelve, is as big a Doctor Who fan as any of us! So freaking adorable. Also, Team Give the Doctor a Beard. (i09)

I’ve decided to make Kristen Bell my friend (let’s see if this works). Her intelligence and composure while matter-of-factly sharing her family’s history of depression and anxiety is admirable, and she’s clearly a powerful voice that can help erase the stigma around mental health issues. (via YouTube)

In lieu of this week’s Friday Fashion post — we covered the Met Gala Fashions earlier in the week — have a gander at the Civil War cast in NYC for a screening. Chris Evans seems woefully underdressed, and though I love the color, I’m uncertain about Elizabeth Olsen’s flowery gown. It veers between pretty and grandma-land. Sebastion Stan wins the blue suit contest. (Tom + Lorenzo)


I don’t know that I can get excited about another Ryan Murphy anthology series, even if it does feature a Susan Sarandon/Jessica Lange throwdown. (Lainey Gossip)

He left The Daily Show…for HBO. CEO Richard Plepler says the cable network is hopeful Jon Stewart will make his debut before the election. Now that, I’ll watch. (Vulture)

Ew ew ew ew ew ew ew ew EEEEEEEWWWWW. Bugs. (Mental Floss)

Looking for unique baby names that aren’t just poorly spelled versions of common ones? How about some Skynet suggestions? *shudder* (Boing Boing)

Tomorrow (May 7th) is Free Comic Book Day! Find a story in your area and get reading, people. (Free Comic Book Day)

This is so effing coooool! Skydivers play high-flying, Harry Potter Quidditch. (Mashable)

Also cool is Mythbusters’ Grant Imahara making Cap’s shield and Iron Man’s gauntlet with Allen Pan.(via Fashionably Geek)

Cindy Davis

Cindy Davis has been writing about the entertainment industry for ​over ten years, and is the ​Editor-in-Chief at Oohlo, where she muses over television, movies, and pop culture. Previous Senior News Editor at Pajiba, and published at BUST.

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