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Anne Hathaway and Kristen Stewart Dude It Up for Jenny Lewis’s New Video

Also in the Afternoon Links: Daniel Radcliffe goes dark again in the trailer for ‘Horns,’ Drake’s new album has a title, and “manic pixie dream girl” is so dead.

Erstwhile Rilo Kiley frontwoman Jenny Lewis is continuing the celebrified music video week begun yesterday by Weird Al’s “Tacky.” For her entry, Lewis grabbed some Adidas tracksuits and snapbacks and asked Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway, and Brie Larson to do their best dude impressions. It worked out splendidly. Plus, when the actresses aren’t being “Just One of the Guys,” they’re rocking in Lewis’s band. Hathaway plays keytar. All respect to K-Stew, the whole thing might be my favorite K-Stew performance of all time.

A park brochure from Jurassic World — a verrry detailed one — hit the Internet. And so did a new Twitter account.

Drake’s new album will be called Views From the 6. If he adheres to the “0-100” promise, it’s coming spring 2015.

Nathan for You’s Nathan Fielder did a great Reddit AMA.

This is Simon Pegg in Hector and the Search for Happiness.

Feast your eyes on these lushly photographed still lifes of celebrity diets. (The site’s in French, but photography is a universal language.)

“Well, actually he told us that we shouldn’t [read any Fantastic Four comics] because the plot won’t be based on any history of anything already published.” –Kata Mara on Josh Trank’s new Fantastic Four

A strapping 10-year-old New Yorker will make his acting debut as Mowgli in Jon Favreau’s new Disney Jungle Book.

This is the first trailer for Horns, an adaptation of the Joe Hill novel, starring Daniel Radcliffe. (Unless it’s just a broken YouTube embed. If so, head here.)

“And at this point in my life, I honestly hate the term too. I feel deeply weird, if not downright ashamed, at having created a cliché that has been trotted out again and again in an infinite Internet feedback loop.” –Nathan Rabin on coining the phrase “manic pixie dream girl.”

The Tupac Broadway musical couldn’t find an audience; it’s shutting down.

And here’s some more new Weird Al: This “Blurred Lines” parody is a grammar nerd’s paradise.
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