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    Posted on May 8, 2013

    30 Years Of Robert Downey Jr. Leads The Daily Links

    Plus 20 of the best songs ever written for movies, a sea otter who knows how to relax, and the continued survival of the Rolling Stones.

    By now we're all used to seeing Robert Downey Jr. as a grizzled playboy. But back in the day, he was just kind of adorable. - [Vulture]

    Photo by Barry King / Sygma / Corbis

    Wish you could've been at the Met Gala last night? These 30 candid photos might be the next best thing. - [Refinery29]

    Photo by Erin Yamagata

    What happens when little kids are interviewed about their Mother's Day plans? They say really adorable things, obvs. - []

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    Baz Luhrmann beware: From the silent film era up until 2002, film adaptations of The Great Gatsby have not gone well at all. - [The Week]

    Mario Anzuoni / Reuters

    How the hell are the Rolling Stones still going strong? The inside story of a rock institution. - [Rolling Stone]

    Getting NASA's mission to Mars off the ground won't be possible without a whole lot of lying around. What's that? Meet the "pillownauts." - [Daily Mail]

    Image by NASA


    Surprising fact about Gene Simmons: He used to teach. Just like these 14 other famous people. - [mental_floss]

    What's this? Oh nothing, just a sea otter giving himself a massage. - [HuffPost Green]

    Coolio's "Gangsta's Paradise" was Dangerous Minds, but it's long since taken on a life of its own. Just like the rest of these songs written for movies. - [NextMovie]

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