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Things We Saw Today: Jared Leto’s Joker Meets The Internet

What if he got memes tattooed all over his body instead?

Jared Leto’s Suicide Squad Joker picture has been floating around for about a day now, and the denizens of the Internet wasted no time in taking their jabs at the actor’s take on the villain. Check out more over at io9. Personal favorite is the Betty White one.  

  • As we’ve all come to learn, Chris Pratt will do what Chris Pratt will do. And this time, Pratt did a half-drunk AMA on Reddit, featuring some choice questions and answers. Be sure to check out the top voted question about Pratt’s behind the scenes joke about texting Steven Spielberg about Jurassic Park. (via Pajiba)
  • If you need a refresher on everything that’s happened in Westeros over the past five seasons, and you want to refresh yourself with style, take a look at The Kings Road Map. It’s an interactive guide through the show’s five seasons all mapped out on a neatly designed map.

Marvel’s packed movie timeline has nothing on the overall Disney timetable. Featuring a combination of both Disney Studios and Marvel Entertainment titles, the slate is scheduled all the way out to 2019. The full list is over at /Film.

  • It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Bob’s Burgers around here. So, it was a joy to read this interview with Loren Bouchard and The Hollywood Reporter about why he thinks the show is so successful. Hint: it kind of has to do with those hilarious credit sequences. Kind of.

sailor moon leggings

Sailor. Moon. Leggings. Need I say more? Oh, yeah, and Wonder Woman leggings. Cop a pair of these adorable leggings over at Teefury. But be quick. There’s only a limited supply. (via Fashionably Geek, image via Teefury)

That does it for us. What rad things did y’all see today?

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