5 Things That Are Way Too Cool For You To Have Missed This Weekend

By: Jason Marshall / July 8, 2013

It will be remembered as the weekend that never ended…until you woke up this morning.

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Now that that’s out of your system and we’ve got your attention, take some time and enjoy this nice recap of the happenings you probably missed while you were too busy having fun in the outside world.

Andy Murray becomes the first man from England to win Wimbledon in 77 years.

Murray told reporters after his historic win that, “It was probably one of the proudest moments of my career. I don’t know if I’ll ever top that.” He was also sent a private message from Queen Elizabeth herself.

Elisa Cuthbert is a married woman.

The Happy Endings star wed her hockey playing beau Dion Phaneuf in Canada on Saturday. They’ve been engaged since September and, thanks to Endings being cancelled back in May, have plenty of time for a nice honeymoon.

Helena Bonham Carter is a much better actress than Lindsay Lohan.

Even though she’s currently attached to the sinking ship otherwise known as The Lone Ranger, Helena Bonham Carter shines in the new trailer for BBC’s Burton and Taylor. The TV-Movie chronicles the same love affair Lindsay Lohan attempted to portray in Lifetime’s Liz and Dick. The key word being there is ‘tried.’

Chris Pratt is gearing up for Guardians of the Galaxy.

Guardians of the Galaxy doesn’t even have a complete cast list yet, but the rumor mill for Marvel’s space adventure has been well under way for months. Well, Chris Pratt is officially ready to start filming, because his body is ridiculous. You’ve got to click on the link above and see his before and after. It’ll make you sign up for Crossfit today, I promise.

Rebecca Black is back and wondering whether or not the world still cares about her.

The Friday singer isn’t releasing any music of her own, but she has stripped down Miley Cyrus‘ party anthem We Can’t Stop. It’s awkward and kind of good all at the same time. We just aren’t sure if changing the words did enough to make the song less about doing drugs and more about showcasing some awesome vocals.