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Jennifer Garner is fangirling over Ellen Page‘s wife.

The 46-year-old actress posted her appreciation for Page’s dancer wife Emma Portner on Instagram as part of her #TutuTuesday series. Garner praised the dancer for her magnetic choreography and applauded Portner for making her Juno costar dance a little.

“I cannot stop watching anything and everything @emmaportner choreographs—she’s even made a sometimes dancer of her wife (and my own #Juno) @ellenpage,” Garner wrote alongside a reposted video of Portner dancing.

She continued, “Emma has translated her classical training (@nbs_enband The #AileySchool) into a ground breaking, kinetic, edge of your seat vocabulary of movement. Her choreography is so specific—you don’t know if the music is driving her or if her dance is somehow creating the music.”

Garner also volunteered to be Page’s date to watch Portner dance when she choreographs the New York City Ballet in the winter.

“@nycballet just announced Portner as a guest choreographer for the company this winter. Ellen—if you need a date to the premiere,” she said before adding a hands up emoji.

Portner and Page first made their public debut in September 2017 and later surprised fans by secretly getting married. The two announced the happy news in matching Instagram posts in early January.

“Can’t believe I get to call this extraordinary woman my wife,” the Flatliners actress wrote on Instagram.

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Dunkirk Vet, 97, Breaks Down in Tears After Watching Movie: ‘I Never Thought I Would See That Again’

A 97-year-old vet who survived the battle of Dunkirk spoke through tears after watching the premiere of the new Christopher Nolan movie.

Ken Sturdy, a native of Wales who currently lives in Calgary, Canada, donned a suit jacket adorned with medals when he headed to Calgary’s Westhills Cinemas on Friday to watch the World War II drama that he lived through nearly 80 years ago.

“I never thought I would see that again,” Sturdy told Canada’s Global News. “It was just like I was there again.”

The film tells the story of the historic battle that took place between Nazi Germany and the Allied forces. The nine-day battle saw the evacuation of British and Allied forces from the beaches of the namesake French town as the Nazis continued their advance on the opposing forces. In the end, 338,226 men escaped, but thousands also perished.

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Sturdy was just 20 when he worked with the Royal Navy to help stranded soldiers surrounded by the advancing German army.

“I was in those little boats picking them out of the water,” he told Global News. “I had the privilege of seeing that film tonight but I’m saddened by it because of what happened on that beach.”

Thousands of soldiers died or were captured during the battle, and Sturdy said the film took him back to those harrowing days.

“Watching the movie, I could see my old friends again and a lot of them died in the war,” Sturdy said. “I went on convoys after that in the North Atlantic. I had lost so many of my buddies.”

“Don’t just go to the movie for entertainment,” he continued, his eyes filling with tears. “Think about it. And when you become adults, keep thinking.

“Tonight I cried because it’s never the end,” he said. “It won’t happen. We the human species are so intelligent and we do such astonishing things. We can fly to the moon but we still do stupid things.”

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WATCH: Celebrate World Ocean Day by Watching this Precious Penguin Rescue

Today, June 8, is World Ocean Day, a collaborative effort by numerous aquariums and conservationists worldwide to raise awareness about the pollution clogging our oceans and what we can do to protect these amazing environments and the animals that call them home.

Two of the aquariums who are part of this important initiative are the Georgia Aquarium and Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium. As part of their ongoing work to make life better for the ocean’s inhabitants, the two facilities recently teamed up for a penguin release in South Africa.

In the footage above, provided by the Georgia Aquarium, you can see the magical moment a group of rehabilitated penguins are reintroduced to their home waters. The birds were found as chicks, stranded on the coast of South Africa, where the penguin population has taken a devastating hit due to numerous environmental factors.

To help protect these now-endangered birds, the Georgia Aquarium and Shedd Aquarium saved these abandoned animals and took care of them until they were strong enough to set out on their own.

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No One LOLs Like Gaston Watching ‘Beauty And The Beast’ Without CGI

Every once in a while something comes along that makes you say what the Belle?

That happened recently when footage of Dan Stevens behind the scenes of “Beauty and the Beast” got out. Get ready. This can’t be unseen:


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For Stevens to become the Beast, he had to wear a 40-pound muscle suit and do motion capture. In an interview with People, the actor talked about the difficulties of the suit, which included waltzing on stilts and having trouble fitting into the bathroom stall. 

He neglected to say he looked like a mix of gray mashed potatoes and the Michelin Man. 

According to Stevens, difficulties for his co-star Emma Watson included worrying that he’d step on her feet in steel stilts. It was also probably difficult not to laugh in his face.

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Say, “Bonjour,” to all the awards, “Beauty and the Beast.” 

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John Travolta Has Absolutely No Interest In Watching Leah Remini’s Scientology Series

John Travolta is definitely “not interested” in watching Leah Remini’s Scientology docuseries. 

The actor, who just earned a Golden Globe nomination for his role as Robert Shapiro on “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” recently told E! News why he won’t be tuning in to A&E’s “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” anytime soon

The actor said Scientology has “been nothing but helpful to me for 40 years, through all my losses of my mother, my girlfriend, my son. They’ve never left my side, so why would I want buy into something that’s not what I feel?”

Still, Travolta had nothing bad to say about Remini, but did admit he was “kind of” surprised she decided to make the series. 

“As long as I get to still do it and my family gets to do it, I’m happy,” he said. 

For her part, Remini has called Travolta “one of the nicest, sweetest people you’re ever going to meet” while speaking with E! last month. At the time, the actress told the outlet she wasn’t expecting Travolta or fellow high-profile Scientology member Tom Cruise to reach out about the show. 

Since leaving the controversial organization in 2013, Remini has also written a confessional memoir and participated in a Reddit AMA in which she held nothing back while talking about her experiences within the Church of Scientology. 

In response to Remini’s comments against Scientology, especially in regards to the docuseries, the church reportedly set up a website titled Leah Remini: Aftermath — After Money to discredit the actress’ claims about abuse and harassment within the group. 

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The 8 Stages Of Watching ‘Batman & Robin’ On Netflix

For whatever masochistic reason, the film “Batman & Robin” is trending on Netflix, and has been for a few weeks or so. Helmed and steered clear off a cliff by Joel Schumacher, “Batman & Robin” stars George Clooney as the caped crusader with nipples on his batsuit.

One of the plot points is that Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred is dying, and you see him in various scenes privately wincing from some unknown pain. Well, it’s clear now that just being in this movie was probably physically paining the actor who played Alfred, Michael Gough.

It’s an awful movie. And I fell for watching it.

It began like any other Saturday: no pants, a vague sense that I had embarrassed myself the night before, and the urge to drown my brain in some mindless Netflix viewing.

Thus began the eight stages of watching “Batman & Robin” on Netflix.


STAGE 1 – Optimistic Amnesia

Maybe it wasn’t as bad as I remember! I mean, it was goofy, I remember that much, but maybe it’s goofy in a “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” kind of way.


STAGE 2 - Regret

I’ve made a huge mistake.


STAGE 3 – Confusion

Who green-lit this? OMG, they just go-go-gadgeted ice skates from their boots. And now they’re fighting hockey team henchmen. Did Robin just pull out a laser gun? This feels wrong …


STAGE 4 – Uncomfortable Laughter

The only entertaining thing is Arnold Schwarzenegger’s ice puns, because by comparison to the rest of the so-bad-it’s-funny film, those are high quality hilarity.


STAGE 5 – Pun Delirium

You no longer have a reasonable grasp on reality and your brain is quickly liquifying. 


STAGE 6 – Full-On Joker Dementia 

You’re a zombie. A jolly, smiling zombie.


 STAGE  7 – Discombobulation

The standard notions of direction and position have lost all meaning. You are lost in a multi-dimensional spacial hellscape for which there is no escape.


STAGE 8 - Death

There’s no chance of resuscitation at this point. Like telling your friends you’ll stop out for “just one beer.” Once you’ve begun, it’s already too late.



Anyway, hello from heaven! It’s pretty nice up here! It’s all the Arnie puns you can handle, you get to watch Joel Schumacher try to direct his way out of a paper bag for all eternity, and the batsuits don’t have nipples! 



Huge thanks to fellow lover of puns Kate Bratskier for taking a flurry of photos for me and being so … cool.  She snows what’s up. (Also, apologies to Kate Bratskier for the previous sentence.)



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41 Thoughts You Have Watching ‘Say Yes To The Dress’

1. How do I always get suckered into watching this show on Friday nights?

2. I can tell if we’re in New York or Atlanta mostly by whether it’s Randy or Fake Southern Randy.

3. Judging by the morning staff meetings, this place will only see brides on a given day if they fit into that day’s easily digestible category, like “brides who brought their fathers” or “brides who want a weird-colored dress” or “brides with horribly judgmental friends who probably shouldn’t be there.”

4. Who are all these other staff members? They’re at the morning meeting, then they disappear. Where do they go after this? Are they magical, ephemeral dress fairies? That would actually explain a lot.

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50 Questions We Had While Watching ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’

Watching “Fifty Shades of Grey” in a massive theater surrounded by 100-plus New York media types was An Experience.

There was some titillation, a moderate amount of cringing and a surprising number of moments that elicited genuine laughter. In spite all of the warranted critique of the film’s theme, the terribly-written source material and its disappointingly male-gazey execution, “Fifty Shades” is actually pretty damn fun to watch.

More than anything, the film left us with quite a few burning questions (very few of which have anything to do with sex):

1. Why does Jamie Dornan look so bored the whole time?

2. Are pencils always phallic?

3. Is it really appropriate for a journalism student to make her roommate do an interview for her?

4. Couldn’t Ana’s roommate have just done a phone interview? Or Skyped?

5. Why do people keep taking Ana’s food?

6. Why do Ana and Christian leave the beautiful sushi that was served to them untouched?

7. What is on the “pre-approved list of foods” mentioned in Ana and Christian’s contract?

8. But, seriously, does anyone in this movie actually eat?

9. Is the real problem that they’re just “hangry”?

10. Can Ana name a Black Keys song, or does she just wear a Black Keys T-shirt for the street cred?

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11. How many graphic tees can one college girl own?

12. What was her thesis about?

13. Why does Ana have a flip phone?

14. Why won’t Christian buy Ana a better phone, but he’ll buy her a Macbook? (Like, seriously, girl needs some apps and some iMessage.)

15. Should we start using “Do you sell cable ties” as a pickup line?

16. Do you really need to tell someone “you’re not the woman for me” after having one cup of coffee?

17. How do Ana and her roommate afford such a nice apartment?

18. Do they have jobs?

19. Has anyone else in the history of the world been that excited to go to Seattle?

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20. Is the Seattle tourism bureau celebrating the sexy rep this movie has brought to their rainy city?

21. Why is Ana’s inbox completely empty except for three emails from Christian?

22. What actually comes up when you Google “submissive”? *Immediately googles “submissive.”*

23. Is saying “No escaping now,” supposed to be murdery or sexy?

24. Where is the line between “making love” and “f**king hard”?

25. Why would anyone have a business meeting in the dark? Editing contracts under mood lighting might seem sexier, but it would also make it impossible to read words.

26. How does Christian know what bar Ana is at with her friends — and which restaurant she’s at with her mom?

27. Is he telepathic?

28. Does Christian break into Ana’s apartment after she breaks up with him? (Because… creepy.)

29. Isn’t losing your virginity generally an awkward experience — especially when a man is ramming into you with disturbingly little foreplay?

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30. Why aren’t there more movies that show female pubic hair, leg hair and arm hair? (Spoiler alert: It exists! And we actually see a bit of it in “Fifty Shades.”)

31. Since when is it acceptable (or romantic) to surprise sell someone’s car?

32. Why are we allowed to see so much boob and so little dick in R-rated movies? Huh, MPAA? We’re lookin’ at you.

33. Is riding in a glider super fun… Or is it exactly how you die?

34. Can Marcia Gay Harden be our mom?

35. How much wine can one really baby-bird feed to another person? (Seems wasteful… and sticky.)

36. Should we insist on being carried out of the bedroom like a wounded animal and/or Ariana Grande after having sex?

37. Did Jamie Dornan have a butt double?

38. If so, can we have his number? If not… well done, sir.

39. Does anyone even drink Cosmos anymore? They’re oh-so “Sex and the City.”

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40. Is “Laters, baby” the world’s least sexy sign-off?

41. Has any real person ever said “Laters, baby”? (If so… never do it again.)

42. How exactly does one become “50 shades of f**ked up”?

43. Where did Christian learn to fishtail braid?

44. Which is a better arm workout: Blowdrying your hair or being cuffed to the ceiling?

45. Can being stroked with a riding crop really make someone cum?

46. Are we really supposed to believe that BDSM is only for people who have tragic backstories? Because that’s bullsh*t.

47. Can Beyoncé sing in the background every time we have sex from now on?

48. But, actually, where can we purchase the “Fifty Shades” soundtrack?

49. Just how awkward was it to film this movie?

50. And most importantly… Will Ana actually eat solid FOOD in the sequel?

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Why I Won’t Be Watching American Sniper

Yes, it’s hard for me to admit, but I am an American Muslim. This is my identity, but it’s very difficult for me to say it out loud these days. I know it’s wrong of me and I constantly get lectured by my other Muslim friends about how I should take pride in my identity and who I am, yet my heart still struggles with it.

I was born a Muslim in the U.S., as my parents had migrated to California in the early 1960s. Growing up I never felt that I was looked upon differently. I was me. This was my home and this is where I belonged. Religion has never been an outwardly beast for me; it was always an inner angel that lived within me and guided me towards kindness and gentleness.

But in the past few years after seeing what has been happening inside and outside of the Muslim world, I am torn. Many things have started to fall in place and make sense to me. This is not the first time in history where people have done crazy things in the name of religion. This is not the first time when wars were fought for political reasons and personal gains and they were covered with the cloak of religion — but why does it hurt more now? Why do I want to scream when I hear about people calling themselves Muslims and killing innocent humans.

But then why do I feel lost and unloved in this country, America, which is my home that I love so much? I am as American as the guy that lives next door to me, yet I am looked at with suspicion. I live a good, clean, ethical life, yet I am made to feel guilty. I am told through the media that I need to apologize and condemns attacks that crazy people around the world are doing. Of course I will — just the way I condemned the Columbine shooting, the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson or the torture chambers in Guantanamo Bay. I will always condemn the evil craziness of mankind wherever it happens not only if it’s done by people who say they are “Muslims.”

Already my progressive Muslim friends and I are feeling sad and upset, and then comes a string of hate tweets and comments all over the media. The release of Clint Eastwood’s movie American Sniper was a box office hit, but it created more hate towards peace-loving Muslims like myself. I will not watch the movie and give my $ 12 to something that promotes hate towards a certain people. Maybe my $ 12 won’t make any difference, but in my heart I will have a clear conscious about not watching a movie that encourages hate. I would watch the movie Selma 50 times if I had to because it carries a message of hope.

I will always be a peace promoter and a compassion warrior, no matter what color, religion and country I come from. So haters of the world, remember before generalizing a certain people of religion, be it Jews, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs, Hindus, etc. You will be defeated one day by the peace-loving citizens of the world.
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They say you should dance like no one’s watching. But if you actually don’t want anyone watching, you should make sure that no one is.

That lesson was learned the hard way by this poor soul in the video above, who was cleaning up after a Halloween party whilst dancing to the Sheena Easton classic “9 to 5,” according to the video description.

The dancing is great and this guy has nothing to be ashamed of. See for yourself above.

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Here’s Why We’re Actually Still Watching Crime Shows

Since I write television, allow me to begin by stating the obvious: America has become more polarized than at any time since the 1960s. People on opposite sides of the partisan divide have not only ceased listening to each other, they are also looking to buy homes and rent apartments in politically homogenous neighborhoods (and cities!); so that the newspaper resting at the bottom of their cages won’t ruffle their ideological feathers; so they can tell birds singing different songs to flock off.

In another chapter from the hard to believe, crossing party lines has become a criminal offense, so that it’s impossible to get anything done without offering insult to one side or the other. And every action by moderately opposing forces is greeted with hysteria. Democrats adopt a Republican health care proposal from the 1990s, which was actually implemented by a Republican governor (and eventual Republican presidential nominee), and the rage on the right cannot be contained. Democrats furiously condemn a policy of fighting a war in Iraq and keeping prisoners in Guantanamo and the ethics of drone strikes and then, when they gain power…oh, the list is too long.

For better or worse, the justice system has become the last refuge for those of us looking for common ties with our fellow Americans. The need to arrest criminals and put them on trial transcends our petty differences, and allows varied communities to unite in common cause. Murder is terribly hard to politicize. As one of Henry the II’s sons says in The Lion in Winter, “I’ve never heard a corpse ask how it got so cold.”

And homicide investigations are largely successful. In most big cities, perhaps especially in Los Angeles and New York, every effort is made to comply with the law while hunting down those who have not. The LAPD polls regularly as the most respected municipal institution in Los Angeles. Our law enforcement agencies exist as working proof that government can move competently – even with bravery and selflessness – to do the right thing.

The unconscious fantasy element of procedural drama has evolved, from marveling at the intelligence of a particular detective, into a wistful desire that our entire body politic could put aside our mostly imaginary arguments long enough to focus on the crisis at hand: to drop our opinions in favor of the pattern of facts.

We love a good whodunit; bringing a murderer to heel satisfies our heroic impulses, and unites the audience with shared, public approval. If only we could figure out how to respect each other as well as we do the abstract principles of the justice system! That, ladies and gentlemen, is a mystery we ought to solve together.

In the meantime, procedural drama will have to do.
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Bird Watching for Dummies

Bird Watching for Dummies

Millions of people worldwide enjoy bird watching; it offers them a chance to get back to nature and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. Bird Watching For Dummies covers all the basics of bird watching, leading you on a guided tour of the gorgeous world of birds. From identifying birds by sight and sound to making your own ‘life list,’ you’ll find all the tips and advice you need right here. Whether you’ve been bird watching for years or you’re just starting out, Bird Watching For Dummies has all your bases covered. It’s full of practical tips and proven advice to make your bird watching experiences as fun and rewarding as possible. It’s your first aid kit for finding, identifying, feeding, and even housing birds. Plus, there’s more: * Designing a bird-friendly backyard * Purchasing bird feeders, birdhouses, binoculars, clothing, and more * Keeping notes and records of the birds you spot * Joining bird clubs, taking field trips, and attending bird festivals * Booking bird watching tours that fit your budget and expertise * Choosing and using field guides You won’t find a more straightforward and reliable bird watching guide than this one.Written by Bill Thompson III, and the staff of Bird Watcher’s Digest, it covers everything from backyard bird watching to field trips across the globe. No matter what your level of experience, this guide offers everything you need for unforgettable bird watching: * Tackling pests and other feeder problems * Bird-friendly gardening tips * Optics and how to use them * Birding by habitat and hotspots * Songs, calls, and non-vocal identifying sounds * Attracting and spotting hummingbirds * Understanding the terminology * Dressing for success * And, 32 pages of full-color photos! If you need help getting started in your new hobby, or you’re an old hand who just wants a quick-and-easy reference, Bird Watching For Dummies is the fun and simple way to stay up on all the latest in the world of bird watching. With unbeatable advice and practi…

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Watching Giants: The Secret Lives of Whales

Personal, anecdotal, and highly engaging, Watching Giants opens a window on a world that seems quite like our own, yet is so different that understanding it pushes the very limits of our senses. Elin Kelsey’s colorful first-person account, drawing from her rich, often humorous, everyday experiences as a mother, a woman, and a scientist, takes us to the incredibly productive waters of the Gulf of California and beyond, to oceans around the world. Kelsey brings us along as she talks to leading cetacean researchers and marine ecologists about their intriguing discoveries. We encounter humpback whales that build nets from bubbles, gain a disturbing maternal perspective on the dolphin-tuna issue, uncover intimate details about whale sex, and contemplate the meaning of the complex social networks that exist in the seas. What emerges alongside these fascinating snapshots of whale culture is a dizzying sense of the tremendous speed with which we are changing the oceans’ ecosystems-through overfishing, noise pollution, even real estate development. Watching Giants introduces a world of immense interconnectivity and beauty-one that is now facing imminent peril.

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Sometimes It’s The Hair And Makeup That Make The Golden Globes Worth Watching

Red carpet beauty can be pretty predictable. Leading ladies have been sporting retro waves, smokey eyes and red lips since the 1940s. However, the refreshingly modern hair and makeup from the 2013 Golden Globes are a sign of changing times. (Jessica Alba’s tangerine lipstick was daring.)

As our excitement mounts for the 71st Annual Golden Globes Awards this Sunday, we’ve put together a photo retrospective of the 55 most unforgettable Golden Globes hair and makeup looks over the years. Because let’s face it, this is what makes watching the awards show worth it. Here’s to more envelope-pushing beauty!

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