Links we love today: Freeze-dried pets, internet addicts, tons of trailers andmore
Assistant Editor Samantha Pitchel reads everything so you don’t have to.
Here are the links we loved today:
Stop everything and watch the just-released trailer for Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom.
The New York Times profiles five up-and-coming male fashion bloggers; (“The fact that they’re blogging about clothes that could have been worn by 19th-century miners means that they can gush about pocket stitching and still feel secure in their manhood.”); Valentino’s new line of man-purses; finally, a rap about plaid!
CollegeHumor’s making a movie: Always Sunny’s Glenn Howerton and Parks and Rec’s Ben Schwartz will star; Schwartz talks to Vulture about his new show, House of Lies; watch this: the latest episode of Very Mary Kate.
“I don’t know a single Tea Party person,” she said, slowly drawing out her words, “who does not despise Mitt Romney to the very core of their being.”
Warren Buffet challenges GOP, says he’ll match every $1 donated by Repubs to pay down our debt.
A Q+A with Bryan Poyser, filmmaker and Austin Film Society’s outgoing Director of Artist’s Services.
Geek spec: Adweek wonders who will replace some of media’s biggest editors (watch out, Wintour).
What are you doing on July 19? Not seeing The Dark Knight Rises, because midnight screenings are already sold out.
If you love Downton Abbey, you’ll love these publisher’s must-read recs.
50 things you'll never see in real life; Unfortunately not on that list — Oh Sit!, CW's new "extreme musical chairs" reality show.
At the LA Review of Books, Evie Nagy profiles comic book heroine Miss Fury; Chris Gethard’s awkward path from Jersey boy to NYC comic.
Awwwkjfdkfjsldlkfh: comic Tyler Greene proposes onstage.
The Thin Lizzy / Pixies mashup you didn’t know you always wanted to hear:
The Friends with Kids trailer is out; it’s sorta like Bridesmaids (Wiig! Rudolph! O’Dowd! Hamm!), but with more Megan Fox: