Super Man Goes to the Super City: While in the busiest intersection of New York City, Henry Cavill decided to prove exactly how easy it is for Clark Kent to go incognito just by wearing glasses and a tie. “Dear Doubter,” Cavill writes, “The glasses are good enough.” Dude was wearing a Superman shirt while surrounded by giant billboards bearing his likeness. (That having been said, maybe it’s just that New Yorkers aren’t really surprised by anything.)
See Also: Here’s the photo proof that Henry Cavill is getting absurdly jacked for his next turn as Superman in Justice League.
The “Smog Jog”: Mark Zuckerberg stirred up a little bit of a storm in a teacup Friday morning when he posted a photo of himself (to Facebook, naturally) of himself running past Beijing’s famous Tiananmen gate during a week of “hazardous” air pollution in China’s capital city. Nevermind the fact that Facebook is banned in China—his photo started an online disussion (and myriad snarky comments) over the terrible air quality there. [New York Times]
Speaking of Which: Remember what happened during the 2014 Beijing Marathon? Yeah, the “Airpocalypse” happened. [Men’s Fitness]
Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions: Taurean Prince has no time for your bullshit self-answering questions about rebounding, guys. None.
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Personalize the Madness: Facebook is rolling out a suite of cool features in collaboration with the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, including the “Game Face” profile picture customizer and switch up your Messenger chats to reflect your favorite team. Also: Stickers!
Mind Your Protein: Bumble Bee and Tri-Union Seafoods have announced recalled nearly 35,000 cases of Chunk Light Tuna, saying that they may have been under-processed. [CNN]
On to the Quarterfinals: Liverpool tied Manchester United 1-1 at Old Trafford on Thursday night, but the Reds advanced to the Europa League quarterfinals on aggregate goals. The only downside: Liverpool will next face Dortmund, manager Jurgen Klopp’s former team.
Hobbs Don’t Care, Mr. The Rock: That moment when you just want your dog to help you impress the ladies on the beach and he is having absolutely none of it.