Entertainment & Celebrities

Amy Schumer to Play Iconic Barbie in Upcoming Film

By Stephanie Padich--This past Friday, we found out that all-star comedian Amy Schumer has been chosen to play Mattel’s iconic Barbie in an upcoming PG live-action movie by Sony Pictures to be released in summer 2018.

Emma Watson is Freeing Belle from the Corset

By Victoria James--The live-action remake of the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast is set to be released in March 2017. Starring as Belle in this new movie is Harry Potter star Emma Watson, who is working toward redefining the standards of what it takes to be a princess.

Even Gigi Hadid Has Experienced Body Shaming. Here's Why It Matters

By Victoria James--Tommy Hilfiger told Yahoo’s Style’s editor in chief Joe Zee that his casting director called Gigi Hadid “too fat and short” to model in his fashion show in early 2015.

Wonder Woman Proves That Strong Female Characters Will Never Go Out of Style

By Victoria James--For decades, women in movies and books have been portrayed as “good” or “brave” but rarely as the hero at the center of their own journey. Wonder Woman defies this stereotype in the new Wonder Woman movie trailer, where she proves that queer women can be the heroine that feminists have been waiting for.

Zayn Malik Bravely Reveals His Struggle with an Eating Disorder

By Diana Denza--Millions of fans know Zayn Malik as one-fifth of One Direction, the multiplatinum boy band that took over the world (basically). After breaking out as a solo artist in 2015 and debuting his own hit studio album this year, Malik is now speaking publicly about his painful struggle with an eating disorder during his time in One Direction.


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