The Millennial generation has gone through a lot of stigma of what people think they are and to be honest, there is a lot of confusing about the Millennial generation as a whole. We don’t spend as much money, we marry later, and we have a lot of sex.
The latter doesn’t seem to be 100% true. It seems as if younger Millennials are having less sex than previous generations. It seems it is because it isn’t held in such high regards as it previously have. It isn’t as important and we just have better things to do.
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With the announcement of Brie Larson officially joining the Marvel Universe as Captain Marvel, female comic book fans are jumping for joy. Girls have been waiting for a long time for representation in comics and film. It is our time.
There are finally female heroes with Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy, Black Widow from the Avengers, Peggy Carter from Captain America (yes, Peggy is a hero!), and Negasonic Teenage Warhead from Deadpool. Even by some miracle, we are getting stand alone movies for our female heroes; Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel, and even a Harley/Birds of Prey movie.
By releasing these movies are telling little girls out there, that it is okay to like comic books and “boy” things.
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9 years Knocked Up was released and was an instant hit. It catapulted the careers of Judd Apatow and Seth Rogan. It helped Katherine Heigl successfully move from the small screen to the silver screen. Heigl was set until she bit the hand the fed her.
[Knocked up] is a little sexist. It paints the women as shrews, as humorless and uptight, and it paints the men as lovable, goofy, fun-loving guys. It exaggerated the characters, and I had a hard time with it, on some days. I’m playing such a bitch; why is she being such a killjoy? Why is this how you’re portraying women? Ninety-eight percent of the time it was an amazing experience, but it was hard for me to love the movie.
Heigl’s comments were not the best things to say about a movie that started your movie career but why does she need to backpedal or apologize? Robert Pattinson criticized Twilight the whole run of the franchise. Bill Murray said that he starred in Garfield by accident. David Cross said that Chipwrecked was the worst time of his life. Why does Heigl have to apologize for a comment made 9 years ago? Continue reading “Why Does Katherine Heigl have to Apologize?”
With the announcement of Martha Stuart and Snoop Dogg’s reality show, it makes people think; Hollywood is a weird place. The most different people end up friends or in relationships and on the outside looking in, it is the strangest thing.
Cara Delevingne and Kate Hudson are friends. Kim Kardashian and Nick Lachey dated. There are hundreds of weird pairings in Hollywood but if you break it down to the most general terms it does make sense. They meet at work.
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Joseph Kahn is a Korean music video director, most notable for Taylor Swift’s latest videos. He is unmarried and does not plan on having children. He believes he is contributing to the extinction of Koreans.
“We’re literally the pandas of the human race,” he says. “You’re very lucky to be talking to me, because I’m a beautiful panda.”
The birth rate of South Korea has dropped to 1.05 births per woman for their lifetime. It is steadily dropping. If it continues in this digression, Koreans will be nonexistent by 2750.
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This week was the world premiere of Suicide Squad and the stars were walking down the carpet to the cinema. The stress of walking down the red carpet can get to anyone and unfortunately, if you have psoriasis it will cause a flare up. That is what happened to Cara Delevingne.
Cara Delevingne wore a black slashed mesh mini dress with thigh-high boots. Even though her rashes were covered with makeup, the bumps were still visible under the flash of the paps cameras.
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For all you Tom Hanks lovers out there, you will be sure to remember the 1984 classic Splash. Splash launched the career of Ron Howard, Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah in the 80s. Channing Tatum and Jillian Bell are starring in the new version of the feature but not in the obvious roles.
Disney wants to change it up a bit and instead of Jillian Bell slipping on Daryl Hannah’s fins, Channing Tatum will try them on for size.
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