Sometimes things make perfect sense, and other times there is this New York Times series of nine videos featuring prominent actors making out for art.
Still, bizarro or not, it's a blast -- and completely fascinating -- to see the likes of Shailene Woodley, Kristen Stewart, and Benedict Cumberbatch making out with each other for the annual Times Great Performers issue. The "9 Kisses" mini movies by Elaine Constantine feature Hollywood's finest thespians getting up close and personal, to "recreate the most iconic movie scene in the history of cinema: the kiss."
Cumberbatch is paired with Reese Witherspoon and dressed like Zorro in his film, Rosario Dawson smooches Jenny Slate at a New Years' Eve party, Stewart jumps on stage with a rocker Chadwick Boseman, and Woodley plants one on Jack O'Connell after literally punching him in the face. Miles Teller, Julianne Moore, and a gaggle of other rich and famous faces took part in the shoot, and you can view all of them in one sitting or take them in one by one -- and over and over and over again.