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Adam Driver's Yearbook Photos Preview Total Stardom

The Huffington Posten | Jessica Goodman | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
May we present yet another edition of Awesome Celebrity Yearbook Photos, this time featuring Adam Driver. Brian Doty, one of Driver's former classmates, tweeted photos of the "Girls" star from the Beiger Junior High and Mishawaka High School in Mishawaka, Indiana yearbooks. As a response to Kevin Lincoln's...

This Is What Breasts Really Look And Feel Like (NSFW)

The Huffington Post | Cate Matthews | September 22, 2014 | Women
We see breasts every day on billboards, in magazines, on HBO. They're photoshopped and perfectly lit, idealized fantasy versions of reality. Weirdly, it can sometimes seem that the breasts we see the least of are our own, and the way we talk about them reflects that. When

Dancers Waltz Across The Side Of A Building, Catch It All On GoPro

The Huffingon Post | Emily Thomas | September 22, 2014 | Arts
Two dance performers recently took a waltz on the wild side. Strapped in harnesses and tethered to the facade of Oakland City Hall in California, Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber of the vertical dance group Bandaloop leaped boundlessly off the side of the building during an August...

Jada Pinkett Smith Announces 'Magic Mike XXL' Role Originally Written For A Man

The Huffington Post | Jessica Goodman | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
In an unexpected announcement during a visit to "The Queen Latifah Show," Jada Pinkett Smith confirmed she'll have a role in "Magic Mike XXL." "It was a character written for a male that they wanted to turn into a female," Pinkett Smith said. She won't be dancing, but...

These Female Photographers Are Telling Women's Stories From Across The Globe

The Huffington Post | Kate Abbey-Lambertz | September 22, 2014 | Arts
“Open yourself as wide as you can … like a piece of unexposed, sensitized material,” famed documentary photographer Dorothea Lange once said. The talented group of 11 female freelance photojournalists included in National Geographic's "Women of Vision" exhibition seem to have taken Lange's words to heart:...

Report Kenan Thompson Is Leaving 'SNL' Deemed 'Inaccurate' [UPDATE]

The Huffington Post | Jessica Goodman | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
A "Saturday Night Live" spokesperson has called a TMZ report that claims Kenan Thompson will leave "SNL" following the show's 40th season "inaccurate." According to the rep, "the season hasn’t even started and cast decisions aren’t made until the end of the season." Earlier on Monday, TMZ wrote that Thompson...

David Bowie Exhibition Details How An Artist Became An Icon

Joseph Erbentraut | September 22, 2014 | Arts
There’s never been an artist quite like David Bowie, so it’s only fitting that a major exhibition chronicling the legend’s work is as diverse, expansive and exciting as his career over the past half century. “David Bowie Is,” opening Tuesday at the Museum of Contemporary Art in...

'Tough Love' Launches Final Episode, Turns To Kickstarter To Save It

The Huffington Post | James Nichols | September 22, 2014 | Gay Voices
One of our favorite queer web series of 2014 may soon meet its end, unless it can raise the funds to keep us cracking up for another season. Popular YouTube web series "Tough Love" took the model of two best friends living in New York City and made them gay...

Sign Language Theater Company Stages Remarkable New Musical

The Huffington Post | Cate Matthews | September 22, 2014 | Arts
When the curtain falls on this theater company's empowering new production, many of the actors won't be able to hear the applause. The Deaf West Theatre in Los Angeles is incorporating both hearing and deaf actors in its beautiful production of "Spring Awakening." A combination of speech, song...

'Everyone Is Lonely' Gives Us All A Good Reason To Be Nice

The Huffington Post | Carol Hartsell | September 22, 2014 | Comedy
Feeling depressed, alone and angry? Well, good news (sort of): so is everyone else. Thus, you really have no excuse not to be nice. In this adorable animated music video from Fox ADHD, we learn that everyone is fundamentally lonely, but we all have the power to make...

Coming Soon, A Century Late: A Black Film Gem

nytimes.com | Priscilla Frank | September 22, 2014 | Arts
or decades, the seven reels from 1913 lay unexamined in the film archives of the Museum of Modern Art. Now, after years of research, a historic find has emerged: what MoMA curators say is the earliest surviving footage for a feature film with a black cast. It is a rare...

'The Lion King' Musical Becomes Most Successful Box Office Production Ever

AP | Katherine Brooks | September 22, 2014 | Arts
NEW YORK (AP) — Here's something the folks at Disney can take real pride in: "The Lion King" is the top ticket of all time. With a worldwide gross of over $6.2 billion, "The Lion King" stage musical has now achieved the most successful box office total of any work...

You+Me's 'Break The Cycle' Is A Love Song To P!nk's Mom In Disguise

Ryan Kristobak | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
You+Me is the project of Alecia Moore (P!nk) and Dallas Green (City and Colour), two of the most notable voices in music today. While such prominent voices rarely mix too seamlessly, Green and Moore were destined to harmonize together. "It doesn't sound like you featuring me, or me featuring you,"...

Take A Peek Under The Tent & Meet The Cast Of 'American Horror Story: Freak Show'

The Huffington Post | Erin Whitney | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
The freak show is getting nearer, and we finally have a good look at its wild cast of characters. In new cast photos for "American Horror Story: Freak Show," we meet Jessica Lange's character, Elsa Mars, and her troupe of freaks, along with a handful of others. The...

TOPS Proves You Should Only Change Yourself So Much

The Huffington Post | Todd Van Luling | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
Before The Beat Drops is an artist introduction series dedicated to bringing you the rising acts before they make their break. Our unlimited access to music of all kinds is both amazing and overwhelming. Keeping your playlists fresh, we'll be doing the leg work to help you discover your next...

'Gone Girl,' 'Inherent Vice' And More Movies To Anticipate At The New York Film Festival

Matthew Jacobs | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
The New York Film Festival runs from Sept. 26 to Oct. 12, completing the great post-Labor Day festival onslaught following Venice, Telluride and Toronto. That means big Oscar movies like "Gone Girl" and "Inherent Vice," which will make their world premieres, are soon to be hot discussion topics....

'Mighty Ducks' Cast Reunited For A Flying V Photo

Jessica Goodman | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
Ducks fly together! The cast of "D2: The Mighty Ducks" gathered to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film's release and the photos are pretty damn great. Christopher Redman posted a photo of the cast perfecting the hockey move they made legendary, the Flying V. Sadly, it was...

Teens Sing Along To Nicki Minaj's 'Anaconda' Video, Then Question Its Portrayal Of Women

Avery Stone | September 22, 2014 | Teen
So, we've heard a lot about Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" music video over the past month. But what does its target audience think? Get a fresh perspective on the controversial clip by watching a group of teenagers react to the video in the latest episode of...

Bad Rabbits' 'Better Days' Is The Underdog's New Funk Rock Anthem

Ryan Kristobak | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
After releasing their debut LP, "American Love," in 2013, and reimagining several tracks from that album and 2009's "Stick Up Kids," on the "Dusted" EP earlier this year, Bad Rabbits is preparing for a 2015 sophomore album. HuffPost Entertainment is proud to premiere the band's new single, "Better Days." Setting aside their typical themes of booties and general sex-positivity, Bad Rabbits drop an electrifying anthem of optimism, soaked in a bouncy soundtrack that can best be defined as a healthy dose of tropical sunshine. "'Better Days' is a song for the underdogs," drummer Sheel Davé told HuffPost Entertainment. "We wanted the song to represent the light at the end of the tunnel: popping corks & victory dances, per se. We feel we got there with the help of longtime friend and songwriter Ryan Hunter [formerly of Envy on the Coast], as well as with the help of producer David Kahne [Lana Del Ray, Sublime]. Picture yourself in a flock of sardined, emotionless people using public transit and you notice one person in the midst of it all, smiling with headphones on. That person is probably listening to this song." Bad Rabbits hits the road on Tuesday, touring across the whole United States, with a few stops in Canada, sharing the stage with Allen Stone on numerous dates. You can check out the dates below and purchase tickets on their website. Bad Rabbits North American Tour Dates: Sept. 23: San Diego - House of Blues Sept. 24: Pomona, California - The Glass House Sept. 25: Los Angeles - Mayan Theatre Sept. 27 Las Vegas - Bunkhouse Saloon* Sept. 28 Mesa, Arizona - Club Red Theatres Sept. 30 Dallas - Granada Theatre Oct. 1: Austin, Texas - Emo’s* Oct. 4: Atlanta - Center Stage* Oct. 5: Nashville - 3rd & Linsley Oct. 7: Washington, D.C. - 9:30 Club Oct. 9: New York City - Terminal 5* Oct. 10: Patchogue, New York - 89 North Oct. 11: Philadelphia - Union Transfer* Oct. 12: Boston - House of Blues Oct. 13: Montreal - Cabaret Underworld Oct. 14: Toronto - Pheonix Concert Theatre Oct. 16: Chicago - Vic Theatre* Oct. 17: Indianapolis, Indiana - The Vogue* Oct. 18: St Louis, Missouri - The Ready Room* Oct. 19: Minneapolis - Fine Line Music Café* Oct. 20: Kansas City, Missouri - The Record Bar Oct. 22: Englewood, Colorado - Gothic Theatre* Oct. 24: Spokane, Washington - Knitting Factory Oct. 25: Portland, Oregon - Roseland Theatre* Oct. 26: Vancouver - Vogue Theatre* Oct. 27: Seattle - The Crocodile Oct. 29: Sacramento, California - Assembly Oct. 30: San Francisco - DNA Lounge *with Allen...

Lauryn Hill Angers Concertgoers With Tardiness, Unintelligible Remixes

Matthew Jacobs | September 22, 2014 | Entertainment
Lauryn Hill has a bit of a reputation for showing up late to concerts and performing incomprehensible renditions of her songs. That's apparently what happened this weekend, and fans were quick to vocalize their displeasure. Hill reportedly arrived 90 minutes late on Saturday for a concert at London's O2 Academy....
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