HRC President Chad Griffin tweets picture of shocking and hateful graffiti: "On same day #SCOTUS granted marriage cases, @HRC Mississippi flagged this hateful graffiti in downtown Jackson."
Tom Hardy will not be a part of the upcoming Suicide Squad film adaptation as previously thought.
The Wiz may be NBC's next live musical. May the casting speculations begin.
TV movies inspired by Dolly Parton's song catalogue may also be coming to NBC.
Idina Menzel will be performing the national anthem at this year's Super Bowl. John Legend will perform "America the Beautiful."
Still reeling from yesterday's Oscar snubs? Check out this list of the 51 greatest acting performances that Oscar overlooked.
Or indulge in some satire.
Clay Aiken documentary to be titled, "The Runner Up." Hints at a political future: "“I don’t think what I tried to do I am finished being able to do. I’m not sure what the path is any more than I did on November 5."
Religious groups speak out against "religious liberty" bills: "Whenever you see legislation cropping up like this in state after state, it’s an effort to create an impression that there’s a public demand for this bill, which is false…It no doubt has some coordination and some collaboration."
Ask Molly Ringwold: 'I'm a gay man and I have a crush on my straight male roommate. What do I do?' "The pleasure of finding someone who’s fun to be with can be so intoxicating that your brain tricks you into believing it should be something more. Sometimes it is, but if we learn to show a little wisdom and self-restraint, this can be where truly meaningful friendships are born."
The Chrises (Pratt, Evans, and Hemsworth) brought their considerable good-looks to the red carpet for The Critics Choice Awards.
Michael Strahan also dressed up as Maleficent while hosting the awards show.
2014 was the hottest recorded year on Earth since 1880.
Who knew that ermine were so adorable?
Meet the hero cat of Russia.
How evangelicals are changing their mind on gay marriage: "In public, so many churches and pastors are afraid to talk about the generational and societal shifts happening. But behind the scenes, it’s a whole different game. Support for gay marriage across all age groups of white evangelicals has increased by double digits over the past decade, according to the Public Religion Research Institute, and the fastest change can be found among younger evangelicals—their support for gay marriage jumped from 20% in 2003 to 42% in 2014."
Citizen Kane to be screened at Hearst Castle for the first time ever.
Apparently, there was something called #eggplantfriday but alas it is no more, thanks to Instagram.
French TV mocks "Fox News Clowns Barbie and Ken" for false reports following the attacks on Charlie Hebdo in Paris.