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BLADE RUNNER RECAST
Oscar Isaac as RickLupita Nyong’o as RachaelRinko Kikuchi as PrisAlexander Skarsgard as Roy

"More human than human" is our motto.

BLADE RUNNER RECAST

Oscar Isaac as Rick
Lupita Nyong’o as Rachael
Rinko Kikuchi as Pris
Alexander Skarsgard as Roy

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Elementary boss wants Idris Elba, Alan Rickman guest appearances

jaegermighty:

manticoreimaginary:

“My wish list? I love Idris Elba,” Doherty said, “I’m a big fan of Luther. He’s amazing.”

no like i would die, literally die. why do they want me to die

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ravenroths:

5 Celebrities Who Get More Hate Than They Deserve (Part 2)

↳ Kristen Stewart

Why All the Hate?

I don’t know, why do you hate Kristen Stewart so much? When it was suggested that I include her on this list, I scoffed at the idea. Maybe it’s because I’ve never seen a Twilight movie, but I just couldn’t imagine that people hate her that much. And then that person asked me to Google “Kristen Stewart most hated woman in Hollywood” and my computer exploded.

From what I can gather, a lot of the animosity stems from the fact that she cheated on that sparkly vampire from Twilight with the married director of Snow White and the Huntsman, which you might recognize as a film you’ve never seen. She starred in that movie, and then she starred in a whole bunch of unfortunate pictures of her skanking about town with a married man. And now she’s the most hated woman in Hollywood.

Fine, let’s talk about that.

Why She Doesn’t Deserve It

I find it damn near impossible to believe that some of this hate doesn’t have to do with that primal instinct to hate anything Twilight-related that burns inside all of us. That alone turns one fairly sizable segment of the American population against her, regardless of who she’s banging. On top of that, she’s also the female lead in a love story for teens that stars two dreamy boys. In the likability competition, she was doomed from the beginning.

So yes, I get all that. But things have clearly gotten worse since the cheating scandal, and that strikes me as a bit harsh. For one thing, she’s practically a kid. Your skull has barely fused all the way at the age of 22, but because she stars in the film version of your daughter’s favorite book, it’s expected that between Kristen Stewart and a married man in his 40s, she’s going to be the responsible one?

And how is this different from what Angelina Jolie did on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith? We overlook her tryst with Brad Pitt because the union ended in eleventeen kids, and because after so many public breakups, we’ve all come to assume that Jennifer Aniston is a broken person who’s incapable of sustaining a meaningful relationship with anyone. But that doesn’t change the fact that Angelina Jolie slept with a married man on the set of a movie and took down the feelings of a fellow actor in the process, just like Kristen Stewart did. It’s just that Kristen Stewart hasn’t made any movies worth watching (with all due respect to The Runaways), so we’re less willing to forgive her for it.

Read more: http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-celebrities-who-get-more-hate-than-they-deserve-part-2/#ixzz2rfz5WIF7