Beyonce + Nicki Minaj “Flawless” Remix

+ everything you need to know about ricardo tisci’s 40th birthday

ICYMI, Beyonce released a "Flawless" remix with Nicki Minaj over the weekend. In the alternate version, Queen Bey addresses the infamous elevator incident ("Of course sometimes s**t goes down when there’s a billion dollars on an elevator") and Nicki raps about Michael Jackson and Ivanka Trump. You know...just the normal stuff. Listen below. (Billboard)

When Ricardo Tisci, Creative Director of Givenchy, throws a 40th birthday bash in Ibiza and you're lucky enough to be invited, you better hop on a plane. Stat. The party, held on Friday night by Beats by Dr. Dre, drew the likes of Natasha Poly, Jared Leto, Beth Ditto, Naomi Campbell, and the Brant brothers. To top it off, there were suprise performances by Kanye West and a "Happy Birthday" sing-along from Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. #FOMO. (NYLON Inbox)

As if the evidence bag movie posters weren't creepy enough, Gone Girl went and released another trippy film image, starring a broody Ben Affleck. Click through to view! (Grazia UK)

Ed Sheeran debuted an awesome dance-centric music video for his song "Don't" this morning. How long until the weekend, again? (YouTube)

One of our favorite fun facts? Surrealist director Michel Gondry drummed on Kanye West's track "Diamonds From Sierra Leone." Another? West kissed Gondry's feet the first time he met him, according to the director. "The first time I met him was in a small bar in New York, he bows down on his knees and he kisses my feet because he said I was his video idol," he said. If that's not awesome, we don't know what is. (Dazed)

John Favreau's The Jungle Book adaptation already had a killer cast, including Scarlett Johansson and Lupita Nyong'o, so we don't really know what adjective to use now that Bill Murray, Christopher Walken, and Giancarlo Esposito have hopped on board as Baloo, King Louie, and Akela. Perhaps "rockstar" or "life-changing"? (The Hollywood Reporter)

Take a deep breath because School of Rock is coming to your television screens via a 13-episode Nickelodeon series. No news on who will be playing Dewey Finn, but we do know that the film’s director Richard Linklater and producer Scott Rudin will be executive producers. (Deadline)