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›  ?The Walking Dead? Fans Think They've Spotted An Eye-Opening Error





Fans may have spotted another error on “The Walking Dead,” and all we can say is “eye” yai yai ...


In the latest episode of the show, “Something They Need,” Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his group invade the Oceanside community, planning to take their guns and possibly getting them to fight the Saviors, too. Things get tense when the group’s leader, Natania (Deborah May), takes Tara (Alanna Masterson) hostage and threatens to kill her. But then walkers attack, and everyone basically bonds over it.


Yay.


But wait. “Walking Dead” fans think they’ve spotted an error in the scene, and it’s pretty eye-opening ...






Carl (Chandler Riggs) may have been aiming with his eye patch.






Carl lost his eye in Season 6, so when it looked like he was aiming with the big hole in his head, fans thought it couldn’t be any cornea ... er ... cornier.




Some praised Carl’s remarkable skills:






Others had complaints: 






Basically, a ton of people weighed in. The internet’s got jokes:






































The apparent gaffe fits alongside some of the other mistakes from Season 7, including the noticeably fake interior of the buildings and that time Sasha tripped:





Regardless of the perceived bloopers, the show’s Rotten Tomatoes scores are up in the second half of Season 7. So maybe the show should keep them coming.


The day before the most recent episode aired, Carl actor Chandler Riggs tweeted, “idk if i’d trust a one eyed kid with a machine gun.”






After Sunday, we would probably agree. That aim is impressive, though.






“The Walking Dead” airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

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›  Dove Cameron And Ryan McCartan Say Goodbye To 'Liv And Maddie'

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Disney Channel’s hit series “Liv and Maddie” aired its final episode Friday, and to be frank, we’re still in mourning. Luckily, we’re not alone: “Liv and Maddie” stars Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan had plenty of feels about the series finale.


Cameron and McCartan played fan favorite couple Maddie and Diggie on the show. The pair also dated offscreen; McCartan and Cameron were actually engaged for a brief period before breaking things off last October. Though there has been some bad blood between the stars ? Cameron recently said McCartan was “terrible” to her ? their heartbreak hasn’t detracted from their love for the show.


Cameron shared a snap of her “Liv and Maddie” fam over the weekend, and her emotional caption will leave you gutted. 


“The finality of today is nothing short of overwhelming and extraordinary,” Cameron wrote. “The amount of gratitude, love and huge emotion that my heart carries and pumps through my entire body is not something I could have prepared for.”


“I don’t deserve the love, the acceptance and the support that have been given to me, and I will dedicate my life to giving that same sensation and freedom to others who[se] lives I am lucky enough to touch,” Cameron added.



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Cameron tagged several of her costars in the post, including Tenzing Norgay Trainor and Joey Bragg. McCartan was not among the costars tagged.


Nevertheless, McCartan had similarly kind words for the show. The actor shared a collage of shots of his character Diggie Smalls, writing, “RIP Diggie, end of such an amazing era.”


“Loved everything about everything that this show taught me,” McCartan added. 



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McCartan also shared a farewell message on Twitter before the finale aired Friday.






We’re happy to see that despite any drama behind the scenes, Cameron and McCartan can still put their differences aside for the fans. We’ll miss you, Miggie!

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›  Tyson Beckford Recalls The Craziness Before Shooting Britney Spears' 'Toxic' Video





Tyson Beckford sure doesn’t look tired in the video for Britney Spears’ 2004 hit “Toxic,” but as he tells it, he had a wild night with very little sleep, just hours before heading to the set.


The actor/model made a guest appearance in the futuristic clip ? shirtless ? riding a Ducati motorcycle, with a redheaded Spears on the back of his ride. Thirteen years have passed since it was filmed, but Beckford will never forget the last-minute call he received the night before, asking him to star alongside Spears in the video. 


“That was so crazy ... I was on my way to my own birthday party,” the actor/model told The Huffington Post at Build Series. “I had to leave my own birthday party early, jump on a plane ? and I was intoxicated. As the young people say ... lit?! Yeah, buddy! I was like, ‘They’re not letting me on the plane.’ I literally had to put the second bottle of vodka down, and was like, ‘I gotta get to the airport.’ My friends rushed me there and I had my bag and everything. And I was like, ‘How do I smell?’ And they were like, ‘Whew!’ So I was like, ‘Give me some cologne.’ So I sprayed it on and got on the plane.” 


And the hustle didn’t stop there. 


“I literally went to set from the airport and shot that whole day,” Beckford recalled. “And Britney and those guys had a cake come out for me and everything, so that was sweet.”



Beckford described Spears as “very cool,” adding, “She’s a lot of fun. She’s also a Sagittarius like me. We like to support each other.”


Speaking of supporting each other, the two remain friendly. Beckford says he’s checked out Spears’ Las Vegas concert residency and that she attended the Chippendales show at the Rio in Vegas, where he has served as a celebrity guest host. Beckford is about to return to Vegas to begin another guest-hosting stint at Chippendales, starting on Thursday.  


For more from our interview with Beckford, check out the video below.



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›  Solange: 'I Am A Proud Black Feminist And Womanist'

Solange Knowles is all about intersectional feminism.


The singer-songwriter recently sat down with BUST for the magazine’s April/May issue and discussed music and the importance of inclusivity in feminism. The 30-year-old’s comments were as insightful and powerful as her hit album “A Seat At The Table.” 


“I am a proud black feminist and womanist and I’m extremely proud of the work that’s being done,” Knowles told BUST. “I’m a feminist who wants not only to hear the term intersectionality, but actually feel it, and see the evolution of what intersectional feminism can actually achieve.”


The term “womanist” was coined by writer and feminist activist Alice Walker in her 1983 book In Search of Our Mothers’ Garden: Womanist Prose. Womanism refers to the “black feminist or feminist of color,” Walker wrote, and focuses on women of color’s experiences in the intersectional feminist movement.


As Walker wrote: 



Womanish, the opposite of girlish… Being grown up... A woman who loves other women, sexually and/or non-sexually. Appreciates and prefers women’s culture, women’s emotional flexibility (values tears as natural counterbalance of laughter), and women’s strength.  Sometimes loves individual men, sexually and/or non-sexually... Committed to survival and wholeness of entire people, male and female. Not a separatist, except periodically, for health. 



And Knowles most definitely understands the importance of intersectionality when it comes to women’s rights. 


She said she wants to see women marching for all women’s rights, including those of Dajerria Becton, a black teenager who was slammed to the ground by a police officer during a 2015 pool party in Texas. “[Dajerria] was body slammed by a cop while she was in her swimsuit for simply existing as a young, vocal, black girl,” Knowles said. 


“I want women’s rights to be equally honored, and uplifted, and heard... but I want to see us fighting the fight for all women — women of color, our LGBTQ sisters, our Muslim sisters,” she said. 



Thank you @bust_magazine for making a platform for the loud, and proud woman

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The BUST issue will be on newsstands March 28th. 

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›  Famous White Man Reportedly Discovers Hollywood Diversity Issue We've All Been Talking About

As a driving force behind film and TV projects including “The West Wing,” “The Newsroom” and “A Few Good Men,” Aaron Sorkin has enjoyed an illustrious screenwriting career in Hollywood that’s spanned decades.


At an industry event over the weekend, however, Sorkin learned that other, non-white, non-male people historically have had a harder time making it, according to a report by Variety


The Hollywood diversity issue ? reported by journalists, researched by academics, dissected by insiders ? was, apparently, news to him. Or at least a topic on which he demonstrated shocking unfamiliarity. Variety reported on Sorkin’s “burning questions” during a discussion moderated by film critic Elvis Mitchell at the Writers Guild Festival in Hollywood on Saturday. According to people there, however, the talk was a genuinely compassionate one on the part of Sorkinwho invited input from those around him.


“Are you saying that women and minorities have a more difficult time getting their stuff read than white men and you’re also saying that [white men] get to make mediocre movies and can continue on?” Sorkin asked, per Variety.


“You’re saying that if you are a woman or a person of color, you have to hit it out of the park in order to get another chance?”


While various reports have found slight gains in opportunities for women and minority screenwriters ? and other behind-the-scenes workers like directors and producers ? over recent years, the picture has been clear for some time. White people, and white men in particular, are given more opportunities to create on-screen entertainment.


A most recent report, from the Writers Guild of America, West, released in 2016, found that women and minority writers were underrepresented in TV and film from 2012 to 2014. (Writers of color in television stood at just 13 percent during that time frame.) Another study, led by the same University of California at Los Angeles researcher and released in February, found similar results when 2015 shows and films were also taken into account. 


Such research has been practiced for years. The #OscarsSoWhite hashtag also dominated entertainment news cycles during awards season two years in a row, prompting a critical look at how race and gender is represented across all parts of the industry. How an accomplished writer like Sorkin could have missed the conversation is hard to imagine.


But, for his part, Sorkin was eager to learn more and become a force for positive change. “I do want to understand what someone like me can do,” he said, per Variety. 


Paging Jill Soloway


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›  Sarah Paulson Is Game To Play Trump In Election-Themed 'American Horror Story'





Sarah Paulson is ready to get political for the upcoming election-themed season of “American Horror Story.” 


“I’d like to play Donald Trump,” the actress told The Hollywood Reporter on Sunday. “If Donald Trump is going to be in a character in it ... Why not? That’s an acting challenge to be sure.”


We’re here for that casting choice. (Ryan Murphy, please make it happen!)







At this point, it’s still unclear how — or if — a Trump character will appear in the season. In various interviews about the upcoming season, “AHS” creator Ryan Murphy flip-flopped on his answers. 


In mid-February, Murphy appeared on “Watch What Happens Live,” where he revealed there might be a Trump character involved. Later that month, he backtracked, saying, “The themes of ‘American Horror Story’ have always been allegories. You will not see Trump and Clinton as characters on the show,” while accepting an award at the Publicists Guild Awards.


In early March, however, he spoke to E! News, and it appeared he changed his tune again. When asked whether he had cast Trump and Clinton characters, Murphy told the outlet, “No, not yet. We’re halfway through the writing and not yet.” 


Whatever Murphy decides, we can’t wait to watch.  


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›  Sean Spicer Just Held A Press Conference With Food In His Teeth

Someone in the White House had better get Sean Spicer a toothpick, because it looks like he has a little something in his teeth.


The press secretary showed up to Monday’s press conference with what looks like a piece of lettuce wedged in the bottom half of his mouth.


Twitter won’t lettuce forget this: 






















Even Jim Carrey couldn’t resist tweeting about it: 






A few people pointed out that Spicer needs a buddy in the White House to help him out before he goes on live TV: 










Another Twitter user added that Melissa McCarthy will definitely be adding this to her next Spicer skit on “Saturday Night Live:” 






At least he’s not accidentally sending a distress signal to America like he did at an earlier press conference in March, when he wore his American flag pin upside-down. 


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›  That Time Audra McDonald Tried To 'Give Birth And Parent At The Same Time'

Audra McDonald’s funny birth story is proof that parenting duties never truly stop.


The Broadway icon and “Beauty and the Beast” actress shared with People what it was like giving birth for the second time. In October, her daughter Zoe Madeline Donovan, who turned 16 on Valentine’s Day, was in the room as her mom gave birth to daughter Sally James McDonald-Swenson.


“While I was giving birth to Sally James, Zoe wasn’t planning on being in the hospital room, but she got too curious so she came in,” McDonald said.


In true parenting fashion, McDonald was caught up in making sure Zoe was comfortable ? even at the exact moment she was giving birth. 


“I was so worried about her being overwhelmed that literally, as I was pushing out Sally, I was looking over at Zoe saying, ‘Are you OK? Is there anything you need from me, are you OK?’” she told People. “And Zoe kept saying, ‘Mom, would you just concentrate on having the baby!’ But I was literally trying to give birth and parent at the same time.”


Since that day, McDonald has been keeping it real on Twitter about what it’s like having a baby in the household again. 














Funny stories and tweets aside, McDonald clearly has a lot of love for her daughters.


“If you want to make me melt, just put my two daughters together, and I’m a puddle,” she told People.


H/T People


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›  'Moonlight' Director Barry Jenkins To Turn Last Year's Biggest Book Into A TV Series

The movie of 2016 was, according to most standards, “Moonlight,” a gorgeous coming-of-age film that took home (with no small fanfare) the coveted Oscar for Best Picture. The book of 2016, on the other hand, was easily Colson Whithead’s The Underground Railroad, earning not only Oprah’s stamp of approval but the National Book Award, too.


So who better to adapt Whitehead’s critically acclaimed novel than the man behind “Moonlight,” Barry Jenkins?


According to Variety, Jenkins will write and direct a TV adaptation of The Underground Railroad, a one-hour drama series currently in development with Amazon. The New York Times reports that the show will be executive produced by Pastel, a company co-founded by Jenkins, and Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment.






“Going back to ‘The Intuitionist,’ Colson’s writing has always defied convention, and ‘The Underground Railroad’ is no different,” Jenkins told Variety. “It’s a groundbreaking work that pays respect to our nation’s history while using the form to explore it in a thoughtful and original way. Preserving the sweep and grandeur of a story like this requires bold, innovative thinking and in Amazon we’ve found a partner whose reverence for storytelling and freeness of form is wholly in line with our vision.”














The Underground Railroad, described by HuffPost’s Claire Fallon as “an instant classic,” tells a story of the eponymous railroad familiar to students of American history, filtered through the lens of speculative fiction. The book centers on Cora, a young woman enslaved on a Georgia plantation, who descends into a literal subway system in an attempt to escape into freedom.


“This book has kept me up at night, had my heart in my throat, almost afraid to turn the next page,” Oprah explained in her review of the book.


Adapting Railroad isn’t Jenkins’ first foray into TV. He directed an episode of the upcoming Netflix adaptation of the movie “Dear White People” and an episode of the PBS series “Futurestates.”


According to the NYT, the Amazon production has not officially received the green light; it’s been in development for months, but it’s unclear when it will arrive or how many episodes it will span. If it gets the definitive go-ahead, the show will skip Amazon’s typical pilot procedure and move straight to series.


It’s pretty safe to say this TV show, if and when it comes to fruition, will be a must-see.











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›  Adults React To Videos Of Selena Quintanilla And It's Pretty Heartbreaking



When nine adults were asked to react to old videos of Selena Quintanilla, there was no doubt about who the queen of Tejano music was.


As part of FBE’s YouTube video series of adults reacting to pop stars, a group of men and women sat down to watch music videos of Selena and discuss the star. After immediately recognizing the slain singer, most struggled to hold back tears as they watched her perform.  


“I’m fighting back tears a little bit,” one participant named Scott said in FBE’s video. 


Jonathan, who began to tear up halfway through the video, said he loved Selena even though he didn’t understand all of the lyrics.    


“I’m emotional, I told you,” he said. “I just seriously think of her and I’m just like, ‘What could’ve been?’”


Selena was murdered in 1995 at the age of 23, and she was about to release her first English-language album when she was killed. But the Mexican-American had already become a beloved figure among Latinos in the United States, especially in her native Texas. 


“If you don’t know Selena, do yourself a favor ... like this is American music history, this happened here. You need to go and listen to [her music],” said Sergio, another participant in the video.


Watch the nine adults react to Selena and discuss her sense of style, her timeless music, how she pioneered many Latino artists’ crossovers and so much more in the video above. 


These folks would definitely do “anything for Selenas!”





CORRECTION: A previous version of this post incorrectly sourced the video to EFB on YouTube. The YouTube channel is actually FBE. 

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›  RuPaul Has Some Choice Words About Bachelorette Parties In Gay Bars

RuPaul spoke in an interview last week about a hotly contested issue within the LGBTQ community: the practice of straight women using gay bars as the sites for their bachelorette parties and the larger cultural problem it illustrates.


Speaking to podcast “Dinner Party Download,” Ru did not mince words about his feelings. In the eyes of the “RuPaul’s Drag Race” host, the treatment of gay bars as “tourist” destinations by straight women speaks to a more macro issue: treating gay people as accessories to straight life.


“Check yourself before you wreck yourself,” Ru says, adding: “You know, this is an important thing: People who live in the mainstream and the status quo think that everyone else is there to serve them.”


“So I’m a brown-skinned gay man,” he continued. “You know, I do drag. Early on, I learned that I could do it well and make money. So people automatically ask me about beauty tips. And I get kids who write me and say, ‘I wish you could do my makeup for my prom?’ Or, ‘I wish you could do my makeup for my wedding?’ I’m like, ‘Bitch, I’m not a makeup artist. I’m an enter-taint-er! OK?’”

Ru also added that this idea of gay people existing in or for the service of straight people is something LGBTQ people are all too familiar with, because straight people are unsure how to understand gay people in relation to themselves.


“People don’t know how to place me in their consciousness,” Ru said. “They think, ‘Oh, you must be here to make me look good. That’s what gay guys are, right? You’re an accessory for my straight life.’ Just because your limited view is that everyone’s there to serve you and that you’re the only person in the world. It doesn’t work that way.”


While straight, cisgender people are of course welcome in LGBTQ spaces, it’s important to be aware of what these spaces represent to those in the community and a straight person’s relationship to them.


RuPaul is currently promoting for the ninth season of the highly successful “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” which premiered last Friday on VH1.

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›  The 'Pretty Little Liars' Two-Hour Finale Will Feel 'Like A Movie'

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We’re coming to the end of the road for “Pretty Little Liars,” and frankly, we’re not ready to say goodbye. The final 10 episodes of the teen drama begin airing on April 18, and from what showrunner I. Marlene King has to say, fans are in for a real doozy.


King spoke about season 7B at PaleyFest this weekend. The beloved PLL showrunner revealed that she has a “huge twist” in store for the finale.


It feels like a movie and it was written as if it was a movie,” King said. “I hope you guys are satisfied with this huge twist.”


Given that “Pretty Little Liars” pretty much reigns supreme when it comes to ridiculous plot twists, you know King isn’t messing around. She’s already acknowledged that the Uber “A” reveal will be heartbreakingly sad. Could it be that “A” has been one of our Liars all along?





Before we get too wrapped up in fan theories, King did have some happy news to share: your favorite PLL couples will be “endgame.”


“All the [relationship] endgames will be the endgames, but nobody’s going to get there super easily,” King said. “There’s going to be some bends in the road to get to the happily ever after.”


Well, we wouldn’t expect anything to be easy in the Liars’ universe. Is April 18 here yet?


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