Whatever! ’90s classic Clueless is getting a remake

Clueless, the 1990s teen classic that taught us school grades can always be negotiated, that Alaia is, like, a totally important designer, and the word “kvelling”, appears to be getting a remake.
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John Banville’s sequel to James’s “Portrait of a Lady” follows the heroine back to Rome and to the possible end of her marriage.
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Whatever You Do, Don’t Ask Anna Kendrick To Be A Bridesmaid

Sure, she’s been in a couple wedding movies, but Anna Kendrick does not want to be in an actual wedding. Especially not as a bridesmaid. 

During an appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” the “Table 19” actress explained why she’d rather not stand beside the bride on the big day.

“I try not to get invited to weddings,” Kendrick said. “It’s like watching your friends put on a little pageant. And you have to be in a nice dress and talk to people you don’t know. I feel like I’ve potentially avoided making very close female friends cause I don’t want to be a bridesmaid.” 

She added, “If you put me on an email chain and tell me I have to wear ballet pink nail polish, I will kill you where you stand… Like, I can be friends with you if you’re already married.” 

Check out Seth’s hilarious reaction to her tale in the video above. 

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Fiction: ‘Whatever Happened to Interracial Love?’: Fiction by an Author Who Died Young

Reclaiming the short fiction of Kathleen Collins.
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This collection of newly discovered stories is part of a large body of work by this filmmaker, playwright and writer, who died young.
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You Can Be Whatever Princess (Or Prince) You Want This Halloween

 Since I was 5 years old, nearly every Halloween someone has told me to go as Princess Jasmine from “Aladdin.” I mean, I get it — we’re both stunningly gorgeous and brown — but it always felt so limiting. I contain multitudes and I can go as any princess (or animal or superhero or pun) I want.

YouTuber and makeup artist Deepica Mutyala decided to take tired assumptions about what women of color should — and shouldn’t — be, and turn them on their head in a fun video. Through the power of makeup (and fast-forward), she proves that skin and hair color have little to do with what makes an incredible and believable costume. Jasmine? Cinderella? Little Mermaid? You name it, Mutyala can be it.

Through the power of makeup (and fast-forward), she proves that skin and hair color have little to do with what makes an incredible and believable costume. Jasmine? Cinderella? Little Mermaid? You name it, Mutyala can be it.

Whether you’re black, white, brown, yellow, blue, or any color in between, we all deserve to be whoever/whatever we want to be,” Mutyala wrote in an Instagram post about the video.

And if you think a woman needs a man on her arm to make her costume (or life) complete, think again. As Mutyala says, “I can be my own Prince Charming.” Watch to the end of the video to see just how serious she is about that statement.

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Whatever It Takes

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Scandal-wracked playboy, Charlie Marchetti, arrives in New York two days before his brother’s wedding, determined to prove he’s a reformed man, reliable, responsible and—yeah, all those good ‘R’ adjectives. No trouble, no drama and no mistakes. Ah, the best laid plans…First, the airline lost his luggage. Second, all five of his ex-wives are coming to the wedding, probably just to remind Charlie he’s an ass who takes nothing seriously and will die alone and unloved. Oh, and third, he has no date for the wedding.Then he meets Persey Chancellor at lost luggage. Within minutes she’s summed him up as a “bastard” and a “pervert”. Damn it, but he’s intrigued. With gum in her hair and tattoos up her arm, this uninhibited, potty-mouthed stranger could be his shocking trump card—an ultimate prank on the ex-wives.Can the man dubbed “Charming Charlie” by the paparazzi, convince Persey to spend two days posing as his unlikely girlfriend? Hey, he’ll do whatever it takes. But the last laugh might just be on him.Be Warned: anal sex, spanking

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Like most of the kids who’d ended up alone and on the streets after the start of the war, thirteen-year-old Joey and her friends had become largely nocturnal. It was easier to remain unseen in the dark. And remaining unseen was very important. As disorganized and uncoordinated as it was, the government was still trying to take responsibility for its youngest and most vulnerable citizens. The problem was, they weren’t very good at it.No one knew what it was about housing large groups of children in institutional settings, but such places nearly always turned out to be nightmarish places. There was never enough food, older kids frequently terrorized younger ones, and discipline always seemed to devolve into corporal punishment of the worst kind. Joey and the boys had heard terrible stories of the abuses kids had suffered in the state run children’s homes, and they were determined to avoid them.So Joey and her friends decide on a desperate gamble. They will leave the relative safety of their city, and the only life they’ve ever known, to escape the war that has cost them the lives of parents and friends. Their greatest obstacle – the land of their enemy lies between them and freedom. Eight children, the oldest sixteen, the youngest only four, set out on an odyssey that will change their lives forever.

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