Werewolves, Oni And Kanimas Revealed In This Exclusive ‘Teen Wolf’ SDCC Art

Take a look at this exclusive "Teen Wolf" art that San Diego Comic-Con attendees can look forward to, created by Swann Smith.
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Kesha’s Head-To-Toe Cat Print Makes Us Want To Join Her Feline Cult

When Kesha announced her intentions to start a cult based entirely around cats, we (naturally) had our reservations. Sure, the idea sounded tempting when she explained it to E! News earlier this month: “So I’m going to start a cult and people can be in it if they like to be cats or play with... Read more »
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Khloe Kardashian Says French Montana Is Just A Big ‘Softie’ Sometimes

Khloe Kardashian and French Montana open up about their relationship to Angie Martinez.
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See Another Photo Of Ben Affleck In ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’

To celebrate the start of San Diego Comic-Con as well as the 75th anniversary of Batman, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" director Zack Snyder released a new photo of Ben Affleck in costume as the Caped Crusader. This is what that photo looks like:




As Variety notes, the new Batman photo is part of a larger mosaic of pictures that DC Comics put together for Comic-Con. "The filmmakers wanted to include this new cinematic version of the Dark Knight in the anniversary mosaic so it could be discovered by fans!" read a blog post on DCComics.com. "The cast and crew behind 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' are excited to be a part of the 75th celebration!"

Warner Bros. will release "Batman v Superman" on May 6, 2016. The film is not scheduled to appear at Comic-Con during the Warner Bros. panel on Saturday, but don't be surprised if it winds up being an unexpected inclusion in the festivities.
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Is It Okay To Call Leonardo DiCaprio Fat?

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Lately, Leonardo DiCaprio has looked much less like the manic pixie dream boy who painted Kate Winslet like one of his French girls and a lot more like Jack Nicholson. DiCaprio's appearance has spawned a number of articles indulging in puns (“What Is Gilbert Grape Not Eating?” TMZ asked of “Leolardo DiFlabrio”) or just outright pointing to his “growing paunch.” It’s weird how none of that seems wrong, don’t you think?

Who knows how Leo feels about being slammed as "The Great Fatsby." He may very well cry each night, cradling an Oscar statue made from crumpled print outs of these headlines. From a social perspective, however, it feels okay to see him placed in a "fat man" gallery. While fat-shaming is always problematic, the unrealistic expectations with which female bodies are constantly bombarded don't extend to men. You can suggest he go to "Butter Island" all you want, but Leonardo DiCaprio is going to be just fine.




Compare that to Jessica Simpson. When she showed up in January wearing leather pants, TMZ said it was "bad news for chubby-chasers." Having shed some weight, Simpson is now practically on a redemption tour of Instagram. For us regular humans, those examples are revelatory of the unrealistic body images relentlessly cast upon women. For celebrities, it’s also career-changing. Packing on the pounds for an actress would also mean being relegated into a realm of one, maybe two possible female characters: the quirky aunt, the overweight best friend. For DiCaprio, it’s as incidental as his sloppy man bun.

While DiCaprio has used his matinee-idol looks to play roles like Jay Gatsby and Jordan Belfort, he's peppered his resume in recent years with far more gross and bloated characters. The evil plantation owner in "Django Unchained." The jowly J. Edgar Hoover in "J. Edgar." His next role in "Revenant" casts him as a frontiersman (which could very well be the reason for his changing appearance). With the world now coming to terms with his "fat beach body," Leo's roles may seem a bit different but there will still be roles.

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That's why calling a famous lady fat is outright wrong in a different way. It carries sense that a similar transition would be ruinous for her career. And while it's near impossible to feel sorry for really anyone who routinely makes trips to Bora Bora and tops Forbes' top-earning list, fat-shaming DiCaprio has brought into question how we view weight gain and advancing age through the lens of celebrity. A man's body can get fatter and older in a way that is inconsequential compared to any female daring to age past 22. So, go ahead and call Leo "The Great Fatsby." We can never repeat the past, but there are at least 25 models who don't seem to mind the present.

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‘D–kstarter’ Is A Kickstarter To Draw Earth’s Biggest Penis

Want to support the arts? Then become a benefactor in probably the mature Guinness World Record attempt ever.
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Tara Reid Thinks Sharknado Can Happen In Real Life, Seriously

Tara Reid, amateur meteorologist, confirms the possibility of a new weather phenomenon.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Gives Spot-On Breakup Advice On Twitter

He's a two-time Daytona champ and a fearsome force on the track, but in his off-time, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is basically Twitter's answer to Dr. Phil.

On Wednesday, NASCAR's highest-paid driver proved he might also have the skills to pay the bills as a therapist, when a fan reached out asking for some under 140-character breakup advice:




Tweeted like a champ. But what happens if you're the unlucky one getting dumped? Dale Jr.'s got your back there, too:




In conclusion: the next time you're having relationship issues, don't freak out -- just tweet Junior.

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Michelle Kwan Stars In Ad For Husband Clay Pell’s Gubernatorial Campaign

Figure skating champion Michelle Kwan appears in a new television ad touting her husband Clay Pell (D) for Rhode Island governor.

"One of the reasons I'm so excited about my husband Clay Pell's candidacy is because Clay is committed to a women's equality agenda that strengthens protection for women in areas like pay equity, sexual harassment and domestic violence," Kwan says in the ad made by D.C. media firm Devine Mulvey Longabaugh.

"Clay knows Rhode Island can be ready for tomorrow by making it one of the best places for women to live and work. Clay believes what I believe -- we need equality for all women," she adds.

Pell, whose grandfather was the late Sen. Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.), announced his run in January.

Though the 32-year-old Pell is a relative newcomer in politics, he does have government experience, having worked both on President Barack Obama's national security team as a White House Fellow and later in the Department of Education. He also served in the U.S. Coast Guard.

The latest external poll, conducted in late May by WPRI 12 and the Providence Journal, shows Pell in third place behind Providence Mayor Angel Taveras and Rhode Island General Treasurer Gina Raimondo ahead of the September 9 Democratic primary.

Whoever wins the primary will challenge either Cranston Mayor Allan Fung (R) or businessman Ken Block (R) in November.
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Jack Black Is Dressing Up Like A Stormtrooper At Comic-Con Because He’s Just As Nerdy As Us

Black tells us all about his nerdy hobbies, including collecting 'Lord of the Rings' and Hulk statues.
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