Afternoon Links: Muppets Most Wanted Finds a Way to Make a Must-Watch Teaser
When New York Times film critic A.O. Scott’s recent tweet got weirdly transformed into a full-page ad for Inside Llewyn Davis, the Muppets were watching. Now we’ve got a nice twist on the obligatory umpteenth movie teaser, one that co-opts tweets from made-up-but-still-funny accounts like @yolofantastic and @moviesareawsm. We, too, r so stoakd for this kewl movie.
There were more “fuck”s in The Wolf of Wall Street than Wikipedia thought — and now they’re all graphed in various exciting forms.
This divine Tumblr explores an alternate universe where CK One is a Louis C.K.–oriented cologne.
Drake does Kanye’s “Heartless” at karaoke. You absolutely cannot be surprised by this.
Pusha T confirmed a Clipse reunion, then deleted the post.
Aaron Paul and Michael Jackson once happened to have an “hour-long heart-to-heart about family and upbringings.” Then they did a shot.
“By focusing on bodies, we don’t focus on the lived realities”: Orange Is the New Black’s Laverne Cox schools Katie Couric on what’s not cool when it comes to interviewing a transgender person. (Tension begins at 2:25. If you’re watching and scratching your head, head here for more or here if you’re short on time.)
Hang on a sec: Tupac met with George Lucas about taking the role of Mace Windu, the Jedi master who Samuel L. Jackson ended up playing in the Star Wars prequels. (Also: there’s a Tupac musical, Holler If Ya Hear Me, opening on Broadway this June.)
Archer supposedly won’t be a spy show anymore because writer Adam Reed “got bored.”
Paul Blart: Sequel Cop.