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Things We Saw Today: Williams Sonoma’s Celebrity-Designed Charity Product Line Has a Big Lebowski Mug and More!

Big Lebowksi mug with The Dude designed by Jeff Bridges for Williams Sonoma.

In an effort to help put an end to childhood hunger, Williams Sonoma came out with a special line where the proceeds go to No Kid Hungry. The fun bit? They’re designed by some of our favorite celebrities! From chefs to actors and beyond, the line is filled with spatulas and mugs and other things, and I thought it was cute and then I saw that Jeff Bridges designed a mug about the Dude from The Big Lebowski and I then wanted to buy 12. (I should note that I also wanted to buy a lot of this collection, but I know I would not use a spatula. This mug? This mug I will use.)

The whole collection is fun, and you can pick the one you love or get one from your favorite celebrity! I almost bought the Olivia Munn mug, too, because they’re all so cute.

But the best part about it is that it helps benefit No Kid Hungry, which … yeah, maybe we shouldn’t all need an incentive to donate money, but big companies pairing up with organizations like this is exciting to me because at least not everything in the world is terrible.

So, I’m excited to drink out of my Big Lebowski-inspired mug, and I’m happy to know that the proceeds are going to a great cause.

(image: Williams Sonoma)

Here are some other things we saw out there today:

  • Perfect movies shouldn’t be remade, but Zac Efron starring in a Three Men and a Baby remake DOES interest me. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
  • The trailer for the new “edgy” Saved By the Bell is here. (via USA Today)
  • Daniel Dae Kim is running a campaign to get James Hong a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. (via CBR
  • “cAnCeL cUlTuRe iS rEaL” except that Dave Chapelle brought out Louis C.K. to still do comedy, so … (via Entertainment Weekly)

Anything we missed, Mary Suevians? Let us know what you saw in the comments below!

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