Afternoon Delight: Megan Rapinoe teams up with GLSEN, Katee Sackhoff’s new horror film

Good afternoon!

Happy birthday to Nastassia Kinski, Misha Barton, Kristen Schaal and Tatyana Ali!

Let’s reminisce about when Misha Barton and Olivia Wilde were a couple on The O.C., shall we?

MTV Hive writer Lizzy Goodman thinks “Jodie Foster Could Learn Something From Tegan & Sara.” Oh, snap!

Last night I sucked it up and watched the season finale of American Horror Story: Asylum and all I can say is wow! Vulture ranked the “Most Feminist Moments” from the gritty and extremely well-written/acted series including the magical tidbit below.

Carey Mulligan and a beautiful cat star in the Coen Brothers’ latest film Inside Llewyn Davis. The film follows “ a folk music singer through mid-’60s New York and beyond” so if that tickles your fancy, check out the NSFW trailer below.

Here’s the latest poster for Disney’s OZ: The Great and Powerful featuring Rachel Weisz as Evanora. I’m totally seeing this movie on opening night!

The 1986 classic Top Gun is returning to the big screen in IMAX 3D. The film will only run from February 8 thru February 13 so if you feel the palpable chemistry between lesbian actress Kelly McGillis and Tom Cruise, then make sure to mark your calendar for this epic event.

HBO’s Girls has been renewed for a third season. Yippee! And to celebrate, check out a scene from this week’s installment featuring Exes & Ohs actress Angela Featherstone (who asks star Lena Dunham’s character to have a threesome and write about it.)

Due to the Boy Scouts of America’s anti-gay policies, GLAAD is petitioning National Geographic to drop their series Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout? Will you be signing the petition?

Sadly, Lindsay Lohan new film The Canyons has been rejected by SXSW, with the festival citing “quality issues.” Ouch!

Ellie Goulding posted a photo on Instagram to show off the lovely gifts she received from her Boston fans. (The black bra in front is mine.)

Katee Sackoff stars in The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia (“based on real-life hauntings”). Sackoff sat down to discuss what to expect from the horror film, which hits theaters February 1.

Black Swan’s Natalie Portman and her family are moving to ParisAu revoir, Natalie!

Video of the Day!

Out Olympic gold medal soccer star Megan Rapinoe teamed up with GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) to encourage people to think before they speak.