Nina Agdal's Inflatable Orca, Kettlebell Exercises From Dennis Remorca, and Much, Much More

Here's what everybody's gabbing about:

• Earlier this week, Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal shared a beachy photo from her trip to a Montauk resort (below), and it looks like she's having a heck of a time. But you don't need to travel to Montauk or shell out big bucks to recreate the experience at home; Walmart sells both beer and inflatable orcas you can enjoy in your very own yard! (You'll need to provide your own Danish bikini model, though.)

• We've been hearing a lot about kettlebells in the news lately (see the entry below), and it got us thinking: How can we, too, use kettlebells to our advantage just like Sean "Diddy" Combs? Luckily, fitness expert Dennis Remorca has the answer: Watch the video above to learn three arm-sculpting exercises for toning up those guns!

• On Monday, hip-hop mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs was arrested for allegedly trying to "bash" his son's college football coach with a heavy kettlebell weight. He was released later the same day after posting $160,000 bail, even though he could've probably just escaped by prying apart the bars of his cell with his huge kettlebell-trained arms.

• Academy Award-winning composer James Horner, who scored such classic films as "Braveheart," "Apollo 13" and "Titanic" (and co-wrote "My Heart Will Go On," therefore providing the soundtrack to every late-'90s school dance), died on Monday after a small plane he was piloting crashed in California's Los Padres National Forest. He was 61.

• On Monday, 20th Century Fox revealed the official title for their sequel to 1996's "Independence Day," which will be called "Independence Day: Resurgence." Is it a bit bland? Maybe. Would a better title be "Independence Day: They're Back!" or "Independence Day: All Jeff Goldblum, All the Time"? Most likely yes.

• A new international trailer for the upcoming "Mission Impossible" movie was released on Monday (below), and it reveals that our favorite impossible-missionists are now being hunted by an evil organization called "The Syndicate." But unlike the other villians from past films (and your son's rock band of the same name), "The Syndicate" appears to be very talented at what they do:

• In a Twitter rant he shared on Sunday, Charlie Sheen labeled his ex-wife Denise Richards "the worst mom alive" — as well as an "evil terrorist sack of landfill rash" and a "despicable charlatan" — for allegedly calling him a deadbeat dad. She smartly responded on Twitter by merely wishing him a happy Father's Day, because it's futile trying to argue with Sheen. You can't fight crazy.

• On Monday, Ryan Gosling posted an open letter to the CEO of Costco (via a website called Cage Free Future) in which he blasted the retailer for the mistreatment of chickens by their egg suppliers. The actor was reportedly spurred into action after viewing of a new report released by the Humane Society, but also likely because the surname "Gosling" instills him with an affinity for fowl and waterfowl alike.

• E.L. James' latest book "Grey," which is basically a retelling of "50 Shades of Grey" from Christian Grey's point-of-view, sold more than 1.1 million copies in the first four days of its release — probably to people who don't have easy access to the millions of dirty websites, DVDs or magazines that depict point-of-view erotica in a much more visual, effective manner.

• "Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke had her hair chopped into a bob haircut mere hours before debuting the look at Sunday night's "Terminator: Genisys" premiere (below). She appears quite pleased with the cut, but we'll see how happy she is when she returns to Meereen and her jumpy pubescent dragons don't even recognize her anymore. Good luck with that, Emilia.

• According to sources for Us Weekly, Britney Spears and her latest boyfriend Charlie Ebersol have called it quits after eight months of dating. Furthermore, Spears reportedly deleted any pictures of herself and Ebersol from her Instagram account, which, for our older readers, is basically the modern-day equivalent throwing his record collection out the upstairs window.

• And finally, GQ has compiled a list of the 20 Most Stylish Men Alive for their July issue — but they based it on street style rather than red-carpet clothes. In other words, you're off the hook for this ridiculous dragon-embroidered jacket to the Met Gala, Justin Bieber! (Although you still didn't make the list; Ryan Gosling, Daniel Craig and even Jeff Goldblum out-styled you.)