In honor of David Goyer’s extraordinarily strange interpretation of She-Hulk, here is our question of the day: which work of art do you think has been most dramatically misread, and why?

Anna Kendrick attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating
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-Next on Silicon Valley’s list of things to disrupt: laundry, apparently.

-A terrific interview with Larry Kramer, whose play “The Normal Heart” arrives on HBO this weekend in an adaptation by Ryan Murphy.

-Why you hate your cable company.

-Charlie Day gives a great commencement speech.

-Quevenzhane Wallis, continuing to rake up parts.

-Is horse racing doomed?

-Two more takes on trigger warnings on campus.

-How studying political theory influenced Chris Claremont’s approach to comics.

-Well, this is a novel way for the federal government to respond to changing state laws around marijuana growth and consumption.

-The American landmarks that are most at risk from global warming.

-I feel like “Happy Christmas” might end up making for a very good double feature with “Save the Date”:

Alyssa Rosenberg blogs about pop culture for The Washington Post's Opinions section.