8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Mar 17 2015

Selena Gomez and Nat Wolff will reunite in James Franco's next directorial effort, In Dubious Battle, based on the John Steinbeck novel of the same name. (Deadline)

You'll soon be able to buy a .sucks web address. Please consider what you put before that dot. (Ars Technica)

One of the longest lines at SXSW wasn't to see Trainwreck or Karlie Kloss, but rather Grumpy Cat. (Yahoo Travel)

Two judges on The X-Factor New Zealand were fired after bullying a contestant on-air. (Vulture)

A study found that women who got more sleep on a given night had increased libidos the following day. (EurekAlert!)

Hey girl, Ryan Gosling helped a woman propose to her girlfriend during the Lost River panel at South by Southwest Music and Media Conference. (TIME)

A father stuck in a mining town 2,500 miles away was able to attend his son's birth thanks to virtual reality technology. The future is now. (The Washington Post)

Kanye West will headline this year's Glastonbury music festival. (The Guardian)


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