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  • Chris Pratt Says His Blue-Collar America Remark Was ‘Pretty Stupid’

    Anna Faris has been live-tweeting her life away this week, so maybe she noticed that her husband’s comments about diversity in Hollywood didn’t exactly go over well on social media. 


    Earlier in the week, Chris Pratt told Men’s Fitness that Hollywood has a representation problem when it comes to blue-collar Americans, despite an Oscar season that highlighted the experience of working-class people (see: “Moonlight, “Manchester By The Sea” or “Fences”). 


    “I don’t see personal stories that necessarily resonate with me, because they’re not my stories,” he said. “I think there’s room for me to tell mine, and probably an audience that would be hungry for them. The voice of the average, blue-collar American isn’t necessarily represented in Hollywood.”


    His comments immediately elicited a passionate response from tweeters who were quick to remind Pratt that not only are there a tons of movies about working-class white men, there are other and more pressing representational issues to focus on in Hollywood. 














    Pratt apparently realized the error of his ways and took to social media on Friday to walk back his statements after the backlash. 


    “That was actually a pretty stupid thing to say. I’ll own that,” he wrote on Friday. “There’s a ton of movies about blue-collar America.”






    Celebrities, take note. Now this is how to take responsibility and apologize publicly.

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  • It Only Took 7 Seconds For This Kylie Jenner Appearance To Get Really Awkward





    It might have taken Justin Timberlake and Madonna four minutes to save the world, but it took Kylie Jenner about 7 seconds to ditch a red carpet after protesters crashed her event. 


    A group of animal rights activists showed up at Jenner’s appearance at the grand opening of Sugar Factory in Las Vegas on Saturday night to protest her use of fur.


    Sugar Factor and the Kardashian/Jenner family apparently have some sort of deal going on, because every other week, one of the sisters is hawking a new bedazzled lollipop. 


    This time was different. When Jenner walked out to do her step, twirl, pout and repeat for a photo-op, someone from the crowd yelled, “Kylie Jenner, you have blood on your hands.”



    In seconds, Jenner retreated, accompanied by her team.


    Behind a wall of photographers, a group held signs that read “Kylie Jenner Animal Abuser” with graphic photos depicting animal cruelty. The protesters were presumably referencing the Kardashian family’s penchant for wearing fur.


    In the past week, sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian have come under fire after posting photos of themselves in fur coats. Kim was also famously flour-bombed in 2012 after being called a “fur hag” on the red carpet.



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  • An All-Glowed-Up 'Wizards Of Waverly Place' Cast Reunites For Wedding





    Years after their show wrapped, the “Wizards of Waverly Place” cast still seem to actually like each other and reunited this week for actor David Henrie’s wedding. 


    That’s right: Selena Gomez’s TV brother is all grown up and checking life events off his list before you can even say badhairdayus disappearus. Henrie and former Miss Delaware Maria Cahill tied the knot in Southern California on Friday in front of 170 guests, including cast members from the Disney Channel show.


    Gomez, Jennifer Stone, David DeLuise, Maria Canals-Barrera, Jake T. Austin and his fangirl-turned-girlfriend, Danielle Caesar, were all in attendance and snapping away on social media. They all reportedly sat at the same table together. 


    Gomez was initially expected to sing at the ceremony, but Henrie ultimately decided that he wanted the pop star as a guest, not a performer. 


    “[Gomez] was one of the first people I told I was getting married,” Henrie told People. “She was like, ‘I’m in. Whenever it is, I’ll be there ... As it got closer, I was like ‘No, just relax and enjoy the evening.’ But [singing] very well might [happen spontaneously].”


    Gomez and Henrie have maintained a friendship since the series ended and even teased a possible reunion in Gomez’s first Instagram story ever


    Check out some photos of cast members thoroughly enjoying themselves below, because sometimes everything is what it seems













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  • Kurt Russell And Goldie Hawn's First Date Was Interrupted By Police



    As much as we may hate the term “relationship goals,” there’s really no better way to describe Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. The couple, who’ve been together for over 30 years, have defied the odds of celebrity romances. 


    During a Friday appearance on Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show “Harry,” Russell dished on the night it all began. Russell and Hawn were filming the 1984 World War II movie “Swing Shift.” Sexy times were had and police were involved. 


    “I said, ‘You know, if we have to dance in this, you’re a professional dancer,’” Russell recalled. “‘You know how to dance, but I just need to figure something out.’ She said, ‘We should go somewhere and dance to that kind of swing music.’ I said, ‘I’ll find that.’ The Playboy Club was the only place that had that. So we went to the Playboy Club, and I just immediately was having a great time with this girl, Goldie.”


    When the two left the club, they agreed their night was far from over. They wound up back at Hawn’s house, which was being renovated at the time. That’s when things started to get interesting. 


    “We eventually found our way upstairs, looking around at imaginary furniture, and we were in the imaginary bedroom, now, and we are realistically having sex when the police walked in, because we had to break into the place to get in,” “The Hateful Eight” star said.


    Russell couldn’t help but laugh about the incident as he retold the story, noting it was “bizarre and weird.” “We were being told to go get a hotel room, which we did,” he said. 


    And the rest is history. 

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  • 'Deadpool 2' Gets An Official Release Date, And We Can't Wait





    Anticipation for “Deadpool 2” has been running high ever since we saw the first teaser and found out Josh Brolin would be playing Cable. We’ve been patiently waiting for word on a release date, and now we finally have one.


    Fox announced Saturday that the sequel, starring Ryan Reynolds as our wise-cracking hero, will hit theaters June 1, 2018, according to The Hollywood Reporter. We. Can’t. Wait. 







    This weekend, Fox also announced official release dates for the four upcoming “Avatar” sequels, the first of which is set to come out in December 2020. The sequels have been delayed on multiple occasions, but according to a post on the film’s Facebook page, the team is starting production


    But that’s not all! Fox also dated two other movies, including “New Mutants,” which will hit theaters April 13, 2018, and “X-Men: Dark Phoenix,” which will be out Nov. 2, 2018.


    Next year is going to be a big one for superhero movies. In the meantime, here’s the “Deadpool 2” teaser, complete with a shot of Reynolds’ bare butt. 




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  • Destiny's Child Gives The Fans What They Want With Cute Reunion Photo

    Beyoncé may be about to give birth to twins any minute now, but she still made time to reunite with her fellow independent women. 


    On Friday, the singer shared a series of photos on Instagram from Kelly Rowland’s Whoa, Baby! book launch at The Grove in Los Angeles, which took place on Wednesday. 


    The first three photos show Bey, dressed in an oversized blush-pink dress with flowing sleeves and a pair of tight over-the-knee boots. She accessorized with drop earrings and oversized sunglasses. She’s definitely nailing this whole maternity style thing. 


    Bey was, of course, there with fellow Destiny’s Child members Rowland and Michelle Williams. The trio made sure to satisfy fans’ thirst for the supergroup and pose for a cute photo, complete with a Whoa Baby! filter. 



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    Fuck Cancer founder and CEO Yael Braun, hosted the book launch, and Rowland took to Instagram to thank Braun for hosting the event. “Thank you for being there and sharing you intelligence, humor, wit, and beauty with us all! I adore you!” Rowland wrote.



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  • Cuba Gooding Jr. Pays Tribute To Late Father With Sweet Instagram Post





    Following news of Cuba Gooding Sr.’s death on Thursday, the soul singer’s son, Cuba Gooding Jr., shared a beautiful tribute to his father on Instagram. 


    On Friday, the actor shared a photo of The Main Ingredient’s “Greatest Hits” album that he captioned, “Eternal.” Gooding Sr. served as the musical group’s lead singer from 1971, according to Billboard. 



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    The singer was found dead in a car in Los Angeles on Thursday. He was 72. A cause of death has yet to be confirmed, but it appeared to be “non-homicidal.” 


    Gooding Jr. spoke of the influence of his father earlier this year on an episode of “Inside the Actors Studio.” Among his earliest memories was seeing his father performing at Disneyland, he recalled.


    “And after his performances, they would close it off to the general public and all the performers’ kids would go on the rides as many times as they wanted,” he told host James Lipton.  “He would pull me up on stage with him and make me finish the song because I’d seen him perform all the time. It was a lot of feeling like, ‘I come from royalty.’”

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  • Ryan Reynolds Has A Very Normal Reaction To Fan's Butt Tattoo

    If Ryan Reynolds didn’t know who his most devoted fan was before, he sure does now.


    On Thursday, the actor happened upon a tweet that a die-hard “Deadpool” fan posted in March. But it wasn’t any old fanboy tweet.


    The Twitter post included a picture of the name “RYAN REYNOLDS” tattooed on the fan’s bare butt, printed in black and red ink with Comic Sans font.






    That butt belongs to 18-year-old Dustin, who spoke with The Huffington Post on the condition that his last name be censored ― unlike his rear end.


    “As someone who’s interested in pursuing acting as a career, Ryan Reynolds happens to be quite the inspiration of mine,” Dustin told HuffPost. “I think he’s an incredibly versatile and well-rounded actor and I hope I can get to that point one day as well. Not to mention, he’s just a great dude; he’s selfless, passionate, and hilarious.”


    When Reynolds’ saw Dustin’s bootyful tribute on Thursday, he reacted the way any mature person would ― with horror.






    Dustin first proposed his idea in early March when he wrote in reply to one of Reynolds’ tweets, “if you like this i’ll tattoo your name on my butt.”


    True to his Wade Wilson character, Reynolds read the tweet and tapped the “like” button.


    “I honestly wasn’t too surprised that he liked my original tweet because I’ve noticed that he likes fan’s tweets sometimes,” Dustin told HuffPost.






    The reception Dustin got on Twitter after getting the actor’s blessing made him determined to go through with his idea.


    “After he liked my tweet, people were tweeting me ― not believing that I would actually do it,” Dustin said. “So naturally, I had to.”


    Dustin even reached out to his followers to choose what type of font should forever mark his body. They chose Comic Sans because “it’s the only way you can truly capture [Ryan Reynolds’] essence.” 


    Then Dustin took his request to tattoo artist Chris Bath at Cherry Hill Tattoo in Naples, Florida, and followed through with his pledge.


    Dustin appropriately captioned the Twitter picture of his tattoo, “your wish is my command.” 


    And if you’re curious if Dustin regrets his decision to permanently mark his derrière with Reynolds’ name, rest assured he’s convinced he made the right decision.













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  • Tyga Spotted Stepping Out With Justin Bieber's Old Flame In West Hollywood

    It’s only been a few weeks since Tyga and Kylie Jenner reportedly “took a break” from their relationship — again — but the rapper already seems to seeking some comfort elsewhere. He was caught Thursday night in photos published by TMZ stepping out with onetime Justin Bieber date Jordan Ozuna at a West Hollywood restaurant.  






    Tyga hasn’t said a word so far, but Ozuna jumped on Twitter Friday to insist the two are not dating. 






    Some people on Twitter didn’t seem to be buying it:














    Tyga, 27, and Jenner, 19, began dating in 2014 and took their first break a year later. They last hit a rough patch when Jenner’s brother Rob Kardashian started dating Tyga’s ex Blac Chyna (and the two later became parents to Dream Kardashian).


    Tyga and Jenner haven’t been photographed together since March. Both partied separately at Coachella.


    The reality show makeup queen, however, did post a Snapchat video early this month lip-syncing to Tyga’s new single “Act Ghetto,” which includes the lyrics: “Gettin’ checks like Kylie / Yeah, every day I do it.”






    But just before the TMZ shots emerged, an Instagram fan account posted a Snap of her in bed, declaring: “Haven’t left this position in 25 hours.”


    Stay tuned.




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  • Rachael Leigh Cook Remixes That Famous 'Brain On Drugs' Commercial



    She’s all that ― and we mean it this time.


    Let’s travel back to the sweet innocence of 1997 when Rachael Leigh Cook was a box-office star and someone thought it wise to summarize America’s drug problem with a frying pan and an egg. 


    On the list of cringeworthy things celebrities have done, Cook’s “This Is Your Brain on Drugs” PSA ranks somewhere between George Clooney’s Japanese car spots and Johnny Depp promoting a perfume called Sauvage. 


    Thankfully, many things have changed since then, including conversations surrounding drug use and mass incarceration. So, Cook and the Drug Policy Alliance teamed up to give the PSA a different spin. Released on 4/20, the new ad campaign takes aim at the war on drugs, instead of the drug users themselves.


    “It is gratifying and promising to see the evolution in Rachael Leigh Cook and in the American public over these last 20 years,” Tony Newman, director of media relations at the Drug Policy Alliance, said in a statement. “The war on drugs is a disastrous failure that has ruined millions of peoples’ lives, especially people of color. Let’s hope this ad is seen by as many people as the original and inspires folks to end this unwinnable war.”


    The ad parodies its earlier incarnation with Cook holding a frying pan and eggs of two different colors to demonstrate the racial disparities in our criminal justice system when it comes to drug crimes. 


    “The war on drugs is ruining people’s lives,” Cook says. “It fuels mass incarceration, it targets people of color in greater numbers than their white counterparts. It cripples communities. It costs billions and it doesn’t work. Any questions?” 


    Watch the original PSA below, and new one above. 




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  • Patton Oswalt Shares Sweet Tribute To His Late Wife On Anniversary Of Her Death





    Patton Oswalt shared a touching tribute to his late wife, Michelle McNamara, on Twitter Friday, marking the one-year anniversary of her death.


    Along with two photos of McNamara, Oswalt wrote, “A beautiful friend. She opened her heart and let me in...” 






    McNamara died suddenly last April while she was asleep. Oswalt later revealed her cause of death was a combination of prescription medications and an undiagnosed heart problem


    Since her death, the comedian has been very open with fans about dealing with the grief and pain that followed. 


    “The reaction to her passing, the people who are shocked at her senseless absence, is a testament to how she steered her life with joyous, wicked curiosity,” he wrote in a piece for Time magazine last May. “Her family is devastated but can’t help remember all of the times she made them laugh or comforted them, and they smile and laugh themselves. She hasn’t left a void. She’s left a blast crater.”  

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  • ‘Unforgettable’ Will Actually Make You Like Katherine Heigl Again





    A vape-smoking Katherine Heigl lounges in her character’s signature skintight dress as she plots the destruction of her ex-husband’s fiancée by way of social media. No, that’s not a scene from Shonda Rhimes’ “Grey’s Anatomy” dream diary circa 2004. It’s an instantly iconic moment from the new thriller “Unforgettable,” which hits theaters Friday.  


    Critics have already descended upon Heigl’s latest starring vehicle, calling it “sexist swamp” and swinging softballs at its easy target of a title. The film currently holds a paltry 29 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and will likely drop even further the way the tide is turning. Is “Unforgettable” the film to mention in conversation about representational wins at your next dinner party? Nope. Is it essentially a rehashing of “Obsessed” without Beyoncé’s exceptional line delivery of “I’mma wipe the floor with yo skinny ass”? Pretty much. 


    But dismissing the movie as reductive trash does a disservice to what turns “Unforgettable” from another throwaway Lifetime movie with a budget into a pure unadulterated campfest: Katherine “I need juicy, dramatic, emotional material” Heigl. 



    In her finest performance outside pretending Gerard Butler was the slightest bit attractive in “The Ugly Truth,” Heigl easily steals every scene. As Tessa, the scorned ex-wife of David (Geoff Stults) who’s moved on with Julia (Rosario Dawson), she schemes her way into your heart with every eyebrow arch and psycho side-eye. Tessa and Julia exchange bitchy threats, fight and one prevails. And it’s entirely satisfying because “Unforgettable” knows exactly what it’s doing and why you came to see it.  


    Armed with the mental stability of someone who’s marathoned “Fatal Attraction” and “Basic Instinct” back to back, Heigl’s Tessa is deliciously unhinged. With a chic wardrobe and icy blond locks that could best be described as Ivanka Trump-esque, she spends most of movie staring at her reflection in a vanity mirror. Or she’s messaging Julia’s violent ex, who plays a key role in the film’s effective, but ultimately shoddy finish.


    Tessa is so keen on her rival’s demise that she literally gets off (in a silk robe, duh) orchestrating a nasty revenge scheme that puts Julia face to face with her abuser. Most of these scenes are filmed solo and with little dialogue, as she slips deeper into delusion. A crazy-beyond-saving Heigl milks every moment. 



    Considering how Hollywood and our culture at large have been quick to brand the actress as a villain IRL for being outspoken and reportedly “difficult” on set, there’s something incredibly gratifying seeing her lean in on screen here. Despite this reputation, the Heigl has predominantly played characters to root for, be it the sunny Izzie Stevens on “Grey’s Anatomy” or her seemingly endless and interchangeable rom-com heroines.


    Here, although our sympathies lie with Dawson ― who does her best with the sketchy outline of a character ― it’s Heigl’s Tessa who walks away with the movie. The audience sides with (and even claps for, in my screening) her character because it’s clear how much fun Heigl is having with a part that doesn’t require her to be infinitely likable. 


    When the the two do eventually come to blows, “Unforgettable” elevates the requisite catfight into something slightly more interesting than expected. Whereas “Obsessed” dropped a chandelier on Ali Larter in Beyoncé’s tasteful Los Angeles mansion, here, the “psycho chick” trope is peeled back a layer. Tessa is simply a product of her upbringing and responsible for her own demise, infusing the film with an inner depth that the genre rarely affords.


    Seeing Heigl embrace playing a complex villain feels like the ultimate middle finger to those who cast her aside. “Unforgettable” isn’t expected to rake it in at the box office this weekend, but it could mark a turning point for Heigl’s career after a series of failed television projects and big-budget flops. If she can get us to cheer for a character as deliciously disturbed as Tessa, then maybe the world will finally come to its senses and cheer along Heigl once again. 

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  • Lupita Nyong'o Posts Heartfelt Video In Support Of Dad's Governor Bid In Kenya

    The only thing that could make a parent prouder than a successful child is being acknowledged as the reason their kid turned out so great. 


    On Thursday morning, Lupita Nyong’o posted a video to Facebook in support of her father Anyang’ Nyong’o’s bid for governor of Kisumu County in Kenya. 





    Nyong’o begins the above video with: “This is an open letter to my father.”


    “Daddy, I love you and I respect you. You have supported me all my life and I’m where I am because of you and mummy,” she says, before talking about how her dad inspired her and her siblings to be “hardworking, honest and committed to humanity.”


    Nyong’o’s father, who is currently a Kisumu senator, has been active in Kenyan politics for over 20 years. Though she was raised in Nairobi, Nyong’o credits her father for the love she developed for Kisumu and for allowing her and her siblings to attend political rallies. 


    “All my life, I have witnessed your unwavering passion for creating a better Kenya, even when it was a thankless task,” she said. 


    Nyong’o also mentions bringing Vogue to her hometown last year for a cover shoot for the magazine’s October 2016 issue


    The video concludes with Nyong’o championing her dad one last time for the Monday election


    “If there was anything you have taught me, that I have learned from you, it’s to never let a dream die on the vine,” she said. “You have dreamed for a brighter future for Kisumu County. May you get the opportunity to see that dream bear fruit.”

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  • So We Might Not Be Getting More Prince Music After All





    A Minnesota judge has blocked the release of Prince’s posthumous EP, “Deliverance,” over a legal dispute between the late singer’s estate and the sound engineer who distributed his new music. 


    George Ian Boxill, who co-wrote and co-produced the new songs with Prince, announced the release of the EP on Wednesday ahead of the one-year anniversary of the singer’s death.


    After making the title-track single available for streaming, Paisley Park and the artist’s estate promptly filed a lawsuit against Boxill for violating a confidentiality agreement and orchestrating the unauthorized sale of new music. 


    On Wednesday, Judge Wilhelmina M. Wright of the United States District Court issued a temporary restraining order in the estate’s favor to stop the planned release of five more songs on the following Friday. Boxhill is now required to deliver the new material, as well as the entirety of recordings made with Prince, to the estate.


    “The Estate is taking immediate legal actions to prevent Mr. Boxill’s continuing violations of his agreement and the rights of the Estate and its partners in Prince’s recordings,” the estate said on Wednesday, according to Rolling Stone. “Any dissemination of the recordings and underlying music compositions, or fixation of the same in any audiovisual work or otherwise, is unauthorized and in violation of the Estate’s rights to the master recordings and musical compositions.”


    As the title-track was released before the court’s injunction, it’s still available to purchase, but the pre-order option for the entire EP has been removed.


    “My team and I are excited for the ‘Deliverance’ single to be available again to Prince’s loyal fans,” David Staley, co-founder of RMA, told Rolling Stone. “I, like Ian, feel ‘Deliverance’ is a very timely song and believe it will bring comfort to many in these trying times.” 

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  • Michael Moore Recalls The Time Bill O'Reilly Accosted Him On The Street

    Michael Moore is feeling pretty good after Bill O’Reilly was dumped by Fox News following multiple allegations of sexual harassment. 


    On Thursday, while speaking after a special screening of his 2002 film “Bowling for Columbine” at the Tribeca Film Festival, Moore recalled how O’Reilly once randomly accosted him on the street. 


    Moore told the audience of one time when O’Reilly was “passing me by on the street in a limo, sees me, tells the driver to screech to a halt, and he jumps out of the car, yelling at me. Someone happened to capture a picture of the moment. Look at O’Reilly’s face ― it’s the scariest frikkin’ thing. But I’m still standing and he’s not,” he said. 


    Yes, there’s somehow photographic evidence of such an event, which Moore tweeted out on Wednesday. 






    Moore famously went head-to-head with O’Reilly after the release of Moore’s 2004 documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11,” in which the former Fox News host began the interview by asking Moore, “You want to apologize to the president now or later?”




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