Kelso on the Jobs, Vanity Fair Goes Primetime and Simon Spurr’s Identity Crisis

- Ashton Kutcher has gotten the thumbs up from Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to portray the late  Steve Jobs in a biopic to be called iBadiDea. [Refinery29]

- And in other cinema news, Dumb & Dumber 2 is happening and both Ace Ventura and that other guy have signed on. [Highsnobiety]

- Talk of the tube, The Good Wife‘s Julianna Marguiles, My So-Called Life‘s Homeland‘s Claire Danes, Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara and Downton Abbey‘s Michelle Dockery cover Vanity Fair‘s May issue. [TFS]

Kelso on the Jobs, Vanity Fair Goes Primetime and Simon Spurrs Identity Crisis

- The first ever “shoppable” music video has premiered, thus kicking off the first of many signs of the cultural Apocalypse. [Fashionista]

- A study finds that alcohol can make you feel prettier. The study was funded primarily by everyone who’s ever gotten drunk. [Huff Po]

Simon Spurr is apparently lying about contacting Simon Spurr, but Simon Spurr is determined to go on without Simon Spurr. [Styleite]

- Beatsmith Mark Ronson has written the score for the new ballet Carbon Life to premiere this Thursday at the London Royal Opera House. [Paper]