I challenge you to finish this marathon of the year's spookiest films.
Amandla Stenberg Confronted A Film Critic Who Called Her New Movie An “Advertisement For Cleavage” After The Critic Leaked Her DM And Accused Her Of Being Anti-Gay
“You are allowed to have your criticism of my work and I’m allowed to have my criticisms of your work,” Amandla said.
Amandla Stenberg DM'd A Critic To Say "Maybe If You Had Gotten Ur Eyes Off My Tits You Could've Watched The Movie," And This Whole Thing Is Quite Something
“I’m receiving a lot of commentary on the internet for being a very naughty girl and for sending a DM that I thought was hilarious."
I'd give anything to watch them all in this movie again for the first time.
I guarantee you will NOT see the ending coming.
Somebody get Elektra off that steering wheel!
If You're Over 24, You'll Probably Have A Hard Time Telling If These Are Actual Gen Z Celebs Or Names I Just Made Up
This quiz was a real "How do you do, fellow kids?" moment for me.
"People think of gender as a finite and objective thing that starts here and it ends here, and you go from one place to another. And it's not that. For me, it just keeps going."
The "Dear Evan Hansen" Cast Shared That Ben Platt Is Constantly Breaking Out Into Song, And Honestly, I'm Not Even Surprised
"I just know I've ruined a lot of takes with laughter."
Gen Z Celebs Are Taking Red Carpet Fashion To Heights Millennials Could Only Dream Of, And These 35 Looks Prove It
Zendaya's 2019 Met Gala look though. 👀
Indigenous Model Quannah Chasinghorse's Met Gala Glam Exemplified This Year's American Theme — Along With These Other Celebs' Beauty Looks
All of the 1920s-inspired looks >>>>>>.
So much excellence in one place ✨
I'm Definitely Not Exaggerating When I Say All Of These Queer Celebs Delivered On Their Outfits For This Year's Met Gala
Queer fashion IS American fashion.
Here's what you might've missed!
The first famous person in this quiz sings "Watermelon Sugar," if that helps.
I'd still pay to see the Spider-Man movies starring Timothée Chalamet though.
Speaking to BuzzFeed News, Stenberg reflected on how she harnessed buzz around racist backlash and used it for good.
The film based on the hit young adult novel hits theaters this October.
In an interview for Wonderland magazine, the Everything, Everything actor said she was "overcome with this profound sense of relief" when she realized she was gay.