8 Things To Know This AM — Aug 14 2014

Garance Doré and Scott Schuman have ended their extremely fashionable relationship. (Garance Doré)
A small town in France refuses to change its name, despite a formal request from the Simon Wiesenthal Center. The hamlet in question is called La-Mort-aux-Juifs, which translates to "Death to Jews." (Salon)
Blake Lively says she wants to have "a litter of kids" with Ryan Reynolds. Better get started, ASAP. (Marie Claire)
A teen in Texas lived in Walmart for four days without being noticed, and isn't this the plot of Where the Heart Is? (Gawker)
If you've ever wanted to work at a prestigious film studio, you can bid on a three-month internship at The Weinstein Company, valued at $50,000, for charity. (Charity Buzz)
Encore will be honoring Robin Williams with a film tribute this Sunday. (Starz)
Check out the oral history of New York Magazine's signature Approval Matrix. (BuzzFeed)
Finally, Sony is altering James Franco and Seth Rogen's comedy The Interview in order to avoid inciting an international incident with North Korea. Thank you? (Hollywood Reporter)
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