Bella Hadid is a very in demand model, so she’s been travelling all over the place throughout this pandemic. She escaped Italy right after Fashion Week and was able to get out without becoming infected with the Corona Virus. It looks like she’s taking steps to protect herself now, posting a photo of her on a plane wearing a face mask. She also decided to censor her nipples for Instagram in a post with her braless chest exposed in a white dress shirt. Be like Bella Hadid, take the bra OFF and put the mask ON.
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Elle Fanning is staring in a new movie out on Netflix called All the Bright Places, she co-stars with Justice Smith and the story centres around the pair of high school students meeting for the first time and changing each others lives forever. It looks like both characters suffer from some sort of mental illness issues and find support with each other.
In the movie, Justice brings Elle swimming at a nearby lake, which is where we got these photos of her in her bikini for the movie. It’s streaming on Netflix now if you’re interested in seeing more Elle Fanning.
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Lea Seydoux is a 34 year old French actress who has been hot for as long as we’ve known her. She’s shot 4 movies in the last year, which is crazy.
She is in the upcoming and much anticipated Wes Anderson movie called French Dispatch , then Ildiko Enyedi’s The Story of My Wife , more importantly she is in the latest Bond No Time to Die where she plays Bond’s love interest. Busy body!
She is going to be taking some time off in 2020, which is too bad. Luckily, she’s on the media tour for the New James Bond movie, which involves doing media, photoshoots, getting herself out there as much as possible.
She’s looking amazing in Lea Seydoux!
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Alexis Ren gave us her epic underboob photoshoot last week but she can’t stop there, she’s now giving us another version of her to crush on, a blonde version. The model shared a snap of her new gold locks in a close up selfie with her makeup on full glam. It appears the look is for a new role she’s working on as we’ve seen some behind the scenes photos of her in the wig wearing a tight red dress. This also isn’t the first time we’ve seen Alexis as a blonde, during the beginning of her career as an IG model she had long blonde locks and a stunning tan. Flip through the gallery to see the new look along with some throwback blonde shots.
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I don’t know if Kimonos are officially considered cultural appropriation, maybe they have worked their way into the mainstream so that you do not need to be a Japanese Geisha girl to wear the prized, historically relevant, sacred garb.
I will never forget the girl who wore an Asian dress to her graduation, early in this woke culture shift, and I think this is the same thing.
So a pretty bold move of our girl Christina Aguilera, but she’s bold and not scared of the backlash because she’s Christina Aguilera. Plus people are scared about other issues like the Coronavirus.
She is looking great, but that could be the cleavage talking!
Here is the video:
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Disney would rather you forget about Song of the South, the Academy Award winning live action/animated feature from 1946 about a black man in the South during reconstruction named Uncle Remus who tells some annoying-ass white kids about Br’er Rabbit and how good slaves had it before Lincoln went poking his nose where it didn’t belong. Okay, not exactly, but it’s pretty close.
Disney really wants to forget this movie exists, though, and Bob Iger, who I thought had retired, reaffirmed the other day that Song of the South would be staying in the Disney Vault and would never come to Disney+. Which probably would have been easier had they not used the song ‘Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah’ in a massive, extremely famous ad campaign for their parks. They also built a theme park ride, Splash Mountain, themed to the film, and that’s become famous as the ride ladies take their boobs out on.
Now, I’ve seen Song of the South, I had a VHS made from a Japanese LaserDisc in the 90s. It’s not a particularly good movie. The Academy Award it won was for the song ‘Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah’ and not for the story, though Uncle Remus actor James Baskett was given an honorary Oscar a few years later. And while Baskett’s performance is certainly good, the live-action segments that make up the bulk of the movie are pretty uninspired, and you’ll just wish they had cut them way down to just be simple wrap-arounds for more Br’er Rabbit shorts, since the film only has three.
Of course, the problem with film is that Uncle Remus is sort of an Uncle Tom character and even though the film is set during Reconstruction, he’s definitely based on the contented slave who lives to make little white kids happy stereotype. It’s not just the the movie hasn’t aged well; African-American organizations protested the film when it was first released. It wasn’t meant to be racist, it was essentially the result of letting a bunch of rich, white studio execs get together and say “Alright, let’s make a movie to show people that the blacks are okay, the way only white people can!”
But the question is should the movie remain hidden from view or are we mature enough as a nation to watch something that might be objectionable with a critical eye. The answer is yes, of course we are, it’s not even that bad. Yes, it seriously downplays the horrors of slavery and the racism of the South during reconstruction, but I have trouble seeing it as particularly more racist than the crows in Dumbo; I would say Dumbo is actually significantly more racist than Song of the South.
But I don’t actually think the problem with Song of the South from Disney’s perspective is that it’s racist; I think the problem is that it’s bad. Most people have not seen this movie and were it made widely available on Disney+, there would be a lot of people piling in to watch it to write think-pieces like this one who would realize that it just isn’t a very good movie. The truth is that anyone who wants to see the movie bad enough can do so relatively easily; I managed to do so in the days before widespread internet, you can certainly find it a post-bitttorent world if you were determined to do so.
What Disney actually should do is to cut the three Br’er Rabbit cartoons from the film and put them on Disney+; they’re actually good and are based on African-American folk tales, there really should be no controversy.
Disney probably doesn’t want to draw any more attention to the film and releasing the animated shorts from it would likely just renew calls from people who want to see the film and don’t know how to use Google, but it’s a shame because they are good and they’re an actual part of African-American history that we don’t really hear about anymore today. People might be more exposed to these Br’er Rabbit folk tales if Disney hadn’t tried so hard to bury this film.
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Now that Harvey Weinstein is in jail and falling on his face and having heart attacks, it really makes you wonder why he was so feared and respected in Hollywood. Seriously, the dude is basically just a Jerry Lewis character from his fat phase now and yet he carried out a decades-long reign of terror against the richest and most privileged people in the world.
Harvey Weinstein wasn’t just a prolific rapist, he was also an incredibly unpleasant bully. With Harvey safely behind bars, Kate Beckinsale got on Instagram and recounted Weinstein absolutely losing his shit at her because she didn’t dress sexy enough at a premier a few weeks after 9/11.
These photos were taken at the premiere of Serendipity on October 5,2001. We all refused to go because holding a premiere mere weeks after 9/11 with the city still smoking felt like the most insensitive, tone deaf,disrespectful idea possible .But Harvey insisted. We flew into New York and somehow got through it. The next morning Harvey called me and asked if I would like to bring my less than two year old daughter to his house for a playdate with his similar aged daughter I said ok. I turned up and he immediately called for his nanny to take the babies to another room to play. I went to go with them and he said “No, you wait here .” The minute the door closed he started screaming “you stupid fucking CUNT, you CUNT you ruined my premiere .” I had no idea what he was talking about and started to shake.He said,”If I am throwing a red carpet you get in a tight dress, you shake your ass you shake your tits you do not go down it looking like a fucking lesbian you stupid fucking cunt .” The shock made me burst into tears.I tried to say “Harvey,the city is on fire, people are still looking for their relatives none of us even felt the premiere was appropriate much less coming out dressed like it’s a bachelor party .” He said,”I don’t care -it’s my fucking premiere and if I want pussy on the red carpet that’s what I get”.Screaming. Livid. I managed to get myself and my child out of there and yes that was one of many experiences I had that there was no recourse for,and falls under no felony.But I WAS punished for it, and for other instances where I said no to him for years,insidiously and seeming irreversibly. Hearing that he has gone to prison for 23 years is a huge relief to me on behalf of all the women he sexually assaulted or raped, and I hope will be a deterrent to that sort of behavior in this and any other industry. Having said that,the crimes that are not crimes,the inhumane bullying and sick covert abuse for which there is STILL no recourse no matter who you tell(and I did tell),these too need to go.I hope and pray that we as an industry can start to actually outlaw all abuses of power and expose them and eliminate them, for all genders,forever.And Rose,brava
I don’t even know how to respond to that. He managed to cram misogyny, homophobia, a self-centered disregard for anything happening in the world outside his immediate circle and the reckless wielding of power like a petulant dictator all into one anecdote. He’s like the Mohammed Ali of being a fucking dickhead.
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Disney has delayed The New Mutants, the final Fox-produced X-Men film yet again, this time because of the coronavirus. This is the fourth time the titles has been delayed, and it was originally scheduled to come out in April 2018. By the time this movie is seen by the public its spunky teen stars like Maisie Williams will be geriatric.
If you’re not familiar with the property, The New Mutants was sort of like the junior X-Men when the X-Men had become adults (except Kitty Pryde). The movie features most of the cast from comics, notably Magik, the sister of Colossus from the Deadpool films. The only character missing is Karma, one of the most high-profile LGBT characters in the X-Men comics, even though the film centers on a lesbian love story.
We have been waiting two years to see this film and in that time there have been plenty of rumors that the film would skip a theatrical release altogether. This is seeming like a much better idea with the coronavirus looming. But it makes me question why we even have theatrical releases for movies at all.
I’ve all but stopped seeing movies in the theater and frankly, I’m happier this way. What movie is really enhanced by getting in a car, driving to theater, paying $12 and sitting in a crowded theater with a bunch of people who may or may not be having sex in the back rows? Wouldn’t you rather just stay in your pajamas and watch that film on Netflix?
Sure, it’s all about the experience, but the main thing people are seeing in theaters are Marvel movies and I have had that experience literally twenty-three times so far. I don’t need the experience anymore. We all had the experience of seeing Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in the theater and much preferred watching The Mandalorian on Disney+.
The movie theater experience has been outdated for a while now, but the advent of 4K HD home streaming should really be the final nail in that coffin. Movie theaters weren’t even really built to sell you movies; they were built to sell you air conditioning. That’s why they showed cartoons and Republic serials between films and you could just buy a ticket and stay as long as you wanted. Sure, the movies were always a part of the appeal, but a big part of theaters was that they were a cheap place to go and be comfortable in a time when home air conditioning wasn’t very widely available.
Now that we can get the air conditioning and the movies at home, why are we going to the theater at all? Especially to see The New Mutants? Casting the girl from Game of Thrones and one of the guys from Stranger Things just highlights that we are no longer getting anything out of this experience that wouldn’t be cheaper, safer and ultimately more enjoyable to just do at home. Did anyone watch The Irishman on Netflix and say “well, that was a great three hours, but I really wish I could have spent it cramped next to a fat guy stuffing his face with Raisinettes”?
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