Welcome back to Weekend Roundup, here's what you might've missed this weekend.

John Oliver started his own church in order to expose televangelists who prey on vulnerable and sick people. (HBO)

The New York Times interviewed over 100 current and former Amazon employees at the retail giant’s Seattle office, and found it to be filled with long hours, “unreasonably high” standards, and co-workers who are encouraged to tear you apart. (The New York Times)

The new Mockingjay poster features a four-letter word. Whoops! (E! Online)

The latest installment of Toy Story will be love story starring Woody. (Wired)

MTV spoke with designer Kelli Jones about what it’s like to work with Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, acid-wash jeans and if there were any challenges about styling for the film Straight Outta Compton (MTV).

DC Comics’ new NBC sitcom Powerless will be The Office with superpowers (The Verge).

Baseball fans are fighting over the proper way to wear a baseball cap (Forbes).

Man pretends to be Target customer service representative online, trolls people who are upset about the chain’s now gender-neutral toy section (Gizmodo).