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›  Ed Sheeran Is 'In Love With Your Body' But These Guys Know You're So Much More

We’re sure Ed Sheeran’s a nice guy, but his song “Shape of You” is very concerned about the physical aspects of a woman’s body. What about her mind, Ed? What about the way she treats her grandparents?

Jeff and Dave from The Mystery Hour think women have more important attributes than how they look.

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›  George Takei Reacts To Donald Trump's 100 Days Just For Samantha Bee

George Takei has never hid his contempt for President Donald Trump, so why stop now?

In a promo tweeted Thursday for a Trump roast on “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee,” the “Star Trek” veteran remarked on a milestone that many Americans would rather forget: “It’s almost been 100 days and Donald Trump is still president? Oh my f**king God.” Takei repeats it in case you miss it the first time. Watch below.

Keep going boldly where no activist has gone before, Sulu.

Full Frontal’s Not The White House Correspondents’ Dinner, airing Saturday on TBS, is intended as a political mockathon and celebration of a free press on the same night as the traditional White House Correspondents Dinner

The president will be not be seen at either event.

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›  Bill Nye Uses Ice Cream To Show How Ridiculous Gay Conversion Therapy Is

Bill Nye the Science Guy has no time for so-called gay conversion therapy

On an episode of his Netflix series, “Bill Nye Saves the World,” the 61-year-old science educator blasted the conservative Christian belief that LGBTQ people can be “cured” of their sexuality by using ice cream flavors as an analogy. The hilarious clip, which can be viewed above, depicts an “ice cream conversation therapy” meeting in which a vanilla cone attempts to “convert” strawberry, chocolate and other flavors into being vanilla, too. 

“As vanilla, I feel that I am the most natural of the ice creams,” the cone explains, “and therefore, the rest of you should just go ahead and also be vanilla. It’s the one true flavor.” Fortunately, the different cones come to an understanding by the end of the clip because, as Nye explained, “there are lots of flavors to sexuality.”

As lighthearted as it may seem, the video ? which had over 164,000 views as of Thursday morning ? was lampooned by a number of conservative outlets and personalities. On Wednesday, Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro posted a video to his official Facebook page criticizing Nye’s analogy, noting, “There is no scientific basis for anything that is in this video... Just on a scientific basis, ice cream does not have genitalia.” 

PJ Media columnist Megan Fox felt similarly. “The message here is clear (and not at all scientific): Christian, straight white people are bigots, racists and not even straight,” she wrote in a Tuesday column. “Bill Nye offers no proof of that, other than a poorly drawn cartoon about debauched ice cream.”

A number of Twitter users echoed Shapiro and Fox’s sentiments. 

 Relax, people. It’s just ice cream. 

 For more ways to combat bigotry, check out the Queer Voices newsletter.

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›  Why Do Celebrities Keep Looking for Employees On Social Media?

By Kenzie Bryant

You?ve heard the horror stories. Man tweets a thing. ?Ha, that?s silly,? he chuckles before hitting send, but, ?Wow, that?s insane,? is the general consensus among everyone else, including the man?s boss. Man loses his job. Or he tweets one thing and doesn?t get the job; or he got the job, but then tweeted and subsequently loses the job he hasn?t started yet. ?Never tweet,? as the axiom goes. It?s served many well, especially when it comes to keeping and/or getting jobs.

But certain celebrities are ushering in a brand-new era of social media-centric hiring. Chrissy Teigen is looking for a new assistant, one who can take out her hair extensions, she announced on Snapchat on Sunday. Jaden Smith was looking for a photographer in Toronto via Twitter last week. Chance the Rapper was looking for an intern, also via Twitter, in late March. They?re saying to forget head hunters. Forget that friend of a friend who?s son is very creative and graduating next month. Forget Monster.com. They?re saying to tweet.

This seems like a tough way for famous people to cull applications. They each have millions of followers. Smith received almost 2,000 replies between his two calls for camera-wielding Torontonians. Chance tweeted two calls for interns and received over 11,500 replies. Teigen was joking and her Snapchat statistics are private, but she almost definitely got a deluge of qualified applicants who know their way around a hair extension.

Is the trend real? Can the people with the largest and most loyal followings really wade through the riffraff, the jokesters, the unqualified to find the candidate of their dreams who is also not a stalker? Vanity Fair emailed each to see how the process is going, but did not hear back prior to publication.

In the last decade, much ado has been made about social media allowing celebrities to bypass old modes of media and talk directly to fans. But celebrities bypassing the hiring process and bringing fans closer to their payroll is a new one. Please, though. If Smith or Chance or Teigen are looking to hire someone to help sort the applications they receive through Twitter, feel free to D.M.

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›  Robert De Niro Is The King Of Snapchat Now. That Is All.

Someone please alert young Kylie Jenner that her reign as Snapchat King has come to an end. We’ll miss the lip kit swatches and endless “finger-mouthing,” but every good ruler needs to appoint a successor.

Enter Robert De Niro.

At the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival this week, Alex Berry, a finalist in the Tribeca Snapchat Shorts, gave the Oscar winner a quick tutorial in all things Snapchat, like sending photos to friends, distorting your face with a puppy tongue and, duh, working the Coachella flower crown.

De Niro seemed hesitant at first, as Berry explained how Snapchats eventually disappear. But even he couldn’t resist the appeal of the app as the duo tried out different filters. To borrow a word, it’s flawless. 

Watch, in a week or two De Niro will have turned into a full-blown millennial, delighting fans by saying, “You talkin’ to me?” as a baby bunny rabbit. 

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›  Barbra Streisand Says It Was 'Heartbreaking' To See Hillary Clinton Lose The Election

Like many after the 2016 election, Barbra Streisand was disappointed with the results. In fact, she was heartbroken.

On Wednesday, the Oscar winner opened up about Hillary Clinton’s loss during an interview with WNYC’s Leonard Lopate. In her opinion, it all came down to the fact that “women are still so underestimated” in society. 

“It’s incredible to watch even this last election with Hillary, the kind of strong woman, the powerful woman, the educated woman, the experienced woman, being thought of as the other, or too elite, or too educated,” she said. 

“It’s very, very odd to me, and it was heartbreaking for her to lose, you know?”

When Lopate asked whether Streisand agreed with Clinton, who’s said misogyny played a part in the election she replied, “Totally.

She later added, “Power and woman has always been suspect. Strong women have always been suspect ? don’t you think? ? in this country.”

Streisand, a strong, powerful woman in her own right, has long been an advocate for women’s rights and has openly talked about sexism in society over the years. 

Aside from that, she established The Streisand Foundation in 1986, which is “committed to gaining women’s equality,” and she’s contributed millions to the Women’s Heart Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, which was renamed in her honor

She was also actively involved during Clinton’s campaign, lending her time to fundraising events and speaking out against then-Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Following the election, she attended the Women’s March in LA, where she gave a speech telling the crowd that Trump’s presidency “presents a real opportunity for social change, and sometimes we have to hit rock bottom in order to rise up again.”

To hear Streisand’s full interview with Lopate, head to WNYC

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›  'The Circle' Led Emma Watson To Think More About Internet Privacy

When Dave Eggers published The Circle ? about a young upstart employee in a Google-esque, all-knowing tech company ? in 2013, the idea of being constantly connected, of having all one’s private data in one place, seemed safely in the realms of fiction.

Just four years later, with “The Circle” film adaptation hitting theaters Friday and Congress rolling back protections against ISPs selling users’ web histories, his darkly humorous vision of the future doesn’t seem so far off.

When asked if the relentless march of technological progress should be seen as good or bad for humanity at a Tribeca Film Festival screening Wednesday, Emma Watson, who plays new Circle employee Mae in the film, felt the answer was complicated. 

“There’s no right answer,” she said. “Trust me, I grilled Dave Eggers. Really, I’ve taken him to a room and have been like, ‘Tell me what we do! How do we stop it? What do we do?’ And you know, it’s much more complicated than that, unfortunately, as is life.” 

“I guess the big thing for me having been involved in this is just taking back the idea that this information that belongs to us, or belongs to me,” she continued, “and just being mindful and much more aware of what’s unveiling before our very eyes, oftentimes without us even realizing.”

The all-eyes-on-you feeling that Mae experiences in the film — the result of participating in a radical new form of transparency — isn’t dissimilar to the microscope of celebrity.

“It was a very vulnerable experience for me to be in this movie,” Watson explained earlier in the Q&A session. “I felt very vulnerable watching it. And I think it’s just ‘cause it really went to the bone, a lot, just in terms of experiences where you know you have to walk out to a stage and there are things going on behind the scenes that no one knows about, and you just have to turn on and kind of be this thing. Getting to play Mae and put that on screen was really hard for me, and really meaningful.”

Watson elaborated on the rules she has in place to protect her privacy in a chat with Jessica Chastain for Interview magazine this month. Having been thrust into the spotlight at a young age as Hermione Granger in the “Harry Potter” franchise, Watson explained, “The story of my life has been of public interest, which is why I’ve been so passionate about having a private identity.”

The actress sees keeping her private life under wraps as a part of her job. “When I step into a character, people have to be able to suspend their disbelief; they have to be able to divorce me from that girl,” she said. “And not having everyone know every single intimate detail of my entire life is part of me trying to protect my ability to do my job well.”

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›  This Drag Queen Is Recreating Carrie Bradshaw's Most Iconic Looks

When New York City resident Dan Clay dressed up as the legendary Carrie Bradshaw from “Sex And The City” last Halloween, he had no idea that he was unleashing a creative force that the internet would absolutely adore.

After posting photos of his look throughout the night, Clay received an outpouring of engagement from fans of the show and “Sex And The City” Instagram accounts.

“All the comments were so so kind, and I still had all these pictures left from our little West Village photo shoot, so I decided to keep it going for a bit,” Clay told HuffPost. “I posted a few more pics, even trying to capture Carrie’s classic narration style. I always thought it would just sort of fade away ? [but] it never did!” 

And thus, Carrie Dragshaw was born.

For Clay, the creative process of selecting and reimagining iconic Bradshaw looks, and then creating a “Sex And The City” inspired caption for each post, began to serve a number of different purposes in his life. For one, the social media star really started to treasure the joy and positive energy that his Bradshaw looks seemed to bring to people’s lives.

“People kept on saying really kind things about the pictures and the captions (including Patricia Field and SJP, so if that’s not motivation I don’t know what is!),” Clay told HuffPost. “The internet isn’t always full of positivity and love, and this seemed to spread both. Made people smile, gave them a little boost, a reason to connect with friends. It was so cool to have this opportunity to spread a little joy!”

Dan also found the Carrie Dragshaw character to be a cathartic release from the pressures and stress of a volatile political climate following the election of President Donald Trump.

“All of this happened right during election time, and I found getting into ‘Carrie’ character to be this really immersive escape,” he continued. “You try thinking about politics while also learning how to apply fake eyelashes! Add to this that it forced me to confront my own insecurities around masculinity – I was sold!... A delightful personal oasis that spreads a little love.”

Clay has no plans to stop his Carrie Dragshaw character anytime soon, and he hopes that she continues to bring people around the world happiness and solace during uncertain political times.

“I love the idea that the pictures could brighten someone’s day,” Clay said. “Life isn’t always rainbows and butterflies, and just this tiny opportunity to make someone smile – that’s reason enough to prance around the Plaza in imitation Dior. I especially love the idea that the captions could connect with people. There were moments in ‘Sex and the City’ that were really empowering—preaching independence, self-confidence, friendship, and fabulosity. I really appreciate the opportunity, even on a small scale, to provide that kind of uplift and perspective.”

Head here to follow Dan Clay on Instagram and keep up with all of Carrie Dragshaw’s adventures.

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›  Johnny Depp Crashes Disneyland Ride In Character And People Had Zero Chill

Depending on how you feel about Johnny Depp these days, the prospect of the actor showing up without warning is either entirely off-putting or a welcome surprise.

Guests of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, apparently fit squarely into the latter category when Depp popped up at the “Pirates of the Caribbean” attraction multiple times on Wednesday night.

Ahead of the release of the fifth installment in the franchise, “Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the actor, dressed in a full Captain Jack Sparrow getup, delighted visitors at the happiest place on earth. 

At this point, Depp could probably channel the perpetually rum-drunk pirate in his sleep, so it’s nice to see him making an effort to bring Sparrow to life once more. Riders immediately took to social media to share video of Depp’s surprise visit, with one tweeter enthusing: “JOHNNY DEPP WAS ON PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN WHILE I WAS ON IT AND IM SCREAMING.”

That must have been one huge paycheck, considering how Depp, in his own words, has been “overpaid” for his part in the franchise.

Check him out in action below. 

“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” hits theaters May 26.

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›  The Wonders Reunited To Play 'That Thing You Do!' At The Roxy

Everyone’s favorite fictional rock band, The Wonders, reunited at the Roxy in Los Angeles on Tuesday to play their fictional smash hit from the 1996 movie “That Thing You Do!” And it was kind of tight. 

Well, three-fourths of them did anyway. The band’s drummer, Shades (Tom Everett Scott), its lead singer, Jimmy (Johnathon Schaech), and the unnamed bass player (Ethan Embry) all got together onstage. Sadly, the band’s fourth member, Lenny (Steve Zahn) wasn’t present, but they still sounded pretty good. 

Somewhat ironically, Entertainment Weekly reported less than a year ago that Embry hated the song. “I remember it reached that point of, like, ‘I can’t play this song one more time,’” he said. That said, he looked like he was having a pretty good time on Tuesday night. 

Hit Backspace for a regular dose of pop culture nostalgia.

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›  HAIM Is Back With New Song And Video Shot By Paul Thomas Anderson

It’s been a bit of a wait, but HAIM is back.

The pop-rock group, made up of sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim, unveiled a new song Thursday called “Right Now.” Paul Thomas Anderson, known for his work on “Boogie Nights,” “Magnolia” and “The Master,” stopped by the studio to shoot the accompanying music video ? while they were recording ? for the track.

“Right Now” is expected to appear on HAIM’s sophomore studio album, “Something to Tell You,” due out July 7. It comes on the heels of HAIM’s acclaimed debut, “Days Are Gone,” which surfaced in 2013 and catapulted the Los Angeles-based band to fame.

Expect to see a lot more of the Haim sisters and Taylor Swift pals this year. On May 3 they’ll release the album’s title track, and they’ll grace the “Saturday Night Live” stage on May 13. 

Consider us excited. 

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›  'World War Z', 'Split' And 'Chronicles Of Narnia' Announce Sequels

Wednesday was a big day for sequels. (Then again, what day isn’t?)

M. Night Shyamalan announced he will make a film that connects “Split” and “Unbreakable,” the fourth “Chronicles of Narnia” installment is moving forward with “Jumanji” and “Captain America: The First Avenger” director Joe Johnston, and “World War Z” will receive the follow-up that Paramount Pictures had recently shelved

The Shyamalan news comes as no surprise, given the “Split” twist ending that reintroduces David Dunn, Bruce Willis’ character from “Unbreakable.” David appears as a diner patron who says the terrorist bearing similarities to James McAvoy’s murderous psychopath is Mr. Glass, whom Samuel L. Jackson played in the 2000 thriller.

Willis hinted that Shyamalan had a trilogy in mind back when “Unbreakable” first opened. The director denied it at the time, but the interviews he gave when “Split” came out in January made it clear he had a continuation in mind. 

Shyamalan announced the news in a series of tweets on Wednesday, saying Willis and Jackson will reprise their “Unbreakable” roles and McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy will resurrect their “Split” parts. “It was always my dream to have both films collide in this third film,” he wrote

The news about “The Chronicles of Narnia” and “World War Z” is more of a surprise.

With “Narnia,” rights to C.S. Lewis’ novels held by the franchise’s initial production company expired in 2010, leaving the author’s estate to cut a deal with a new studio. With “World War Z,” Paramount pulled the planned sequel from its release schedule after director J.A. Bayona exited the project in February.

The next “Chronicles of Narnia” installment is “The Silver Chair,” in which Aslan sends two children to find King Caspian’s kidnapped son. Joe Johnston, who has experience with franchise sequels via “Jurassic Park III,” has taken over for Bayona, the man behind next year’s “Jurassic World” follow-up. While the other three “Narnia” installments have revolved around the Pevensie children, this one focuses on their cousin, Eustace Scrubb. There’s no word on casting yet.

The “World War Z” sequel has faced a tougher road than “Silver Chair” and “Glass.” The 2013 original, a Brad Pitt zombie horror-fest based on Max Brooks’ novel of the same name, grossed an impressive $540 million worldwide, but the project was riddled with production woes. The budget ballooned to nearly $200 million, the production faced setbacks and release delays, and Pitt reportedly clashed with director Marc Forster. Now, A-list auteur David Fincher has signed on to helm the sequel, according to Variety. It’ll be Fincher’s first movie since “Gone Girl” in 2014.

Variety reported last summer that Pitt was wooing directors for a sequel. He specifically targeted Fincher, with whom he worked on “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “Fight Club” and “Se7en.” Apparently they are currently inking a deal, with production likely to begin in early 2018.

HuffPost reached out to Paramount reps to confirm Fincher’s involvement but did not immediately hear back. “World War Z 2” will mark the Oscar nominee’s first sequel since 1992’s “Alien 3,” which Fincher has essentially disowned. ”No one hated it more than me; to this day, no one hates it more than me,” he told The Guardian in 2009.

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