It was a rough Saturday night for Lindsay Lohan!
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We've got some wicked good news for you!
It's been over a year since we last heard about the movie adaptation of Wicked, but we're happy to report we just got our first official news about the film on Thursday.
Universal Pictures decided to surprise fans out of the blue with an announcement on Twitter this morning, revealing that Wicked: The Movie will be flying into theaters in time for… Christmas 2019!!!
WE HAVE TO WAIT 3.5 YEARS?!?!
This could very well be the most anticipated movie musical of all time… so Universal better get started if they wanna be done by December 20, 2019!
Who do U want to see travel to the land of Oz??
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Kristen Bell is a feminism superhero!
And according to the actress, ALL women are superheroes! On Tuesday, the gender equality advocate penned a powerful essay for Medium about how "girly" traits should be celebrated, rather than mocked!
The 35-year-old wrote that she doesn't understand why characteristically female traits are perceived as weaknesses, saying:
"For the majority of the human timeline, these differences were openly viewed as female weaknesses; creating a chasm between men and women. And though that view has been quieted, it has not disappeared. There are echoes of it everywhere you look. My question is who decided these differences were weak?"
The momma-of-two encouraged lovely ladies everywhere to embrace these things, adding:
But one thing they do know? Celebrities!
The pair opened the show with a star-studded sketch (above) framing the award show as a workplace comedy, featuring country celebs like Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Brett Eldredge, and Darius Rucker, but also totally randomly — Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and Kristen Bell!
Ch-ch-check out all the celebs (below)!
On Tuesday, Kristen Bell once again opened up about her dark time in college when she battle depression and talked about how she learned to cope with the mental disorder. Fierce.
In a powerful note for Motto, the Frozen star penned:
"I felt plagued with a negative attitude and a sense that I was permanently in the shade. I'm normally such a bubbly, positive person, and all of a sudden I stopped feeling like myself. There was no logical reason for me to feel this way. I was at New York University, I was paying my bills on time, I had friends and ambition — but for some reason, there was something intangible dragging me down."
Wow. Luckily, Miz Bell's mom encouraged her to seek help and acknowledged that there was no shame in going to therapy.
Then, why didn't Kristen really talk about her mental health issues until recently? The A-lister noted:
We love seeing celebs band together to talk about a serious cause.
In a video for the upcoming NBC event, which helps raise funds to fight kids' poverty, a slew of A-listers (literally) finish each other's sentences all while promoting a good cause.
Other stars who pop up include Chloë Grace Moretz, Kristen Bell, Liam Neeson, Anna Kendrick,Lena Dunham, Vince Vaughn, Tracy Morgan, and Will Ferrell — while A-listers like Emma Thompson, Celine Dion, and Julianne Moore barely say a word!
And no charity video would be complete without Bono stopping by at the end to give a serious look! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the funny promo (below) and catch the second annual Red Nose Day special airing Thursday at 9 p.m. on NBC!
Let it go gay!
Luckily, she's doing more than just standing up for her queer fans… because the Tony-winner officially just commented on #GiveElsaAGirlfriend!