Lorde MAC

get a first look at lorde’s mac campaign!

by liza darwin

It's hereeee! And by "it" we mean that Lorde's new campaign with MAC, obviously. We've been waiting for a sneak peek ever since we learned that the singer had teamed up with the beauty brand on a deep purple shade of lipstick, but turns out there's even more than that. Check out her vamped-up beauty essentials in the gallery, and then prepare your clicking finger to order the collab when it drops June 5. (Glamour)

File this under: WTF? A whole bunch of Andy Warhol artworks were just discovered on a stack of floppy disks from the '80s! Apparently the artist had been experimenting with digital art back in the day, transforming iconic pieces like that Campbell's soup can into a whole different aesthetic. See our favorites in the gallery. (Daily Mail UK)

Fingers crossed that Bella Heathcote, Elle Fanning, Elizabeth Olsen and Lupita Nyong'o stay Miu Miu girls forever, because that means we'll never have to stop looking at their adorable campaigns. The latest is for Miu Miu's eyewear, and the video is predictably awesome. You don't need 20/20 vision to see that. (YouTube)

Scarlett Johansson is joining Lupita Nyong'o in the new CGI/live action version of The Jungle Book. And although we thought that her sexy-creepy alien shtick in Under the Skin might be her most unexpected role yet, clearly we were wrong. This time she's playing the sling python Kaa, and Nyong'o will take on Rakcha, otherwise known as wolf who takes in the orphan Mogwli. Get the deets! (IndieWire)

Take one part cinematic dream-pop, one part rad animation, and top it all off with Tamaryn, and you've got the ingredients for the Dum Dum Girls new video. The band recruited fellow indie fave Tamaryn for their new "Rimbaud" video, which you can watch in all its psychedelic glory below. (Self-Titled Mag

JK Rowling is coming to HBO! We hear the Harry Potter author just inked a deal to adapt her book The Casual Vacancy into a three-hour special. (MTV)

Hold the phone! The cast of the Jem and the Holograms movie has been announced. Get ready to see Nashville star Aubrey Peeples as Jem, Stefanie Scott as Kimber, Pretty Little Liars' Aurora Perrineay as Shana, and The Fosters' Hayley Kiyoko as Aja. The script is reportedly about a teen who becomes on online music sensation--so like Justin Bieber but with better hair. (E! Online)