Warner Brothers is taking a trip to hell! They will be adapting Dante's Inferno, the first book in his Divine Comedy, a social and political commentary masterpiece published in 1317. And, of course, Warner Brothers will adapt it as a love story. They have hopes for franchise, but have they read Paradiso and Purgatorio? Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens.
"Women are consistently responsible for about 90 percent of linguistic changes today." Teenage girls are at the forefront of changing linguistic history, and they have been for centuries.
Finally, you can twerk with the cisgendered SCOTUS members while eating freegan food out of the trash and photobombing the hot mess you met at the bar while on your staycation, and the OED can't say you're wrong.
My boyfriend, Michael Fassbender, has been so busy! The trailer for Macbeth, in which he takes a stab at the titular character, was released in June, and now we have the long-awaited trailer for the movie adaptation of Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs, in which my boyfriend again plays the titular character.
When robots talk to robots, they talk about their sad childhoods, ask the big questions and wonder why everyone's screaming at them.
Excellent advice from circa 1200 for leaving a party: “When you are about to leave, let your horse be at the door; don’t climb on him in the hall, unless the host tells you to.” Noted! Read more entertaining life lessons from the past here.