It seems like just about everyone is heartbroken over Cecil The Lion's death.
The comedian tweeted:
Check out other angry and confused reactions (below)!
Because everyone knows the best movies are the ones that are based on books you were forced to read in high school English class!!
Arguably one of the most famous tragedies ever written, Macbeth has been retold and retold TONS of times already! Well now Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard will be taking a crack at the story, and this is NOT the same version you read in class!
Instead of focusing on the paranoia and mental anguish the titular character goes through in the book, this trailer is filled with epic battle sequences that look like they were lifted straight from Game Of Thrones!
Shakespeare movies have been a bit of a mixed bag in the past with varying success, and if we're being honest we DEFINITELY could have used a little more Lady Macbeth action in the trailer!
C'mon, people! We all know she's the REAL star of the show!!!
Ch-ch-check out the full trailer (above) and don't forget to sound off in the comments (below)!
The queens have arrived!
These three were a delicious feast for the eyes at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala in Cannes on Thursday.
We can't get enough!
Marion Cotillard looked like a twinkling emerald in her bright green Jean Paul Gaultier satin gown, while Dita Von Teese channeled a very sexy Queen of Hearts in a playing card suit-print Ulyana Sergeenko dress with tassels!
Go ahead and drink in all this fabulosity!
[Image via Getty Images.]
We all expected it, and we can already tell it's going to get mixed reviews!
It's not a bad dress, per se, but the circle cut-outs are somewhat off-putting — they look too much like netting!
And we wish the gown had a tighter fit around the waist.
The actress, who is nominated for Best Actress for her work in Two Days One Night, did have an elegant updo and beautifully sparkling earrings, however!
But if we had to rate the whole outfit, we'd give it a 6.5/10.
[Image via Getty Images.]
Two types of people enjoy the Oscars — those who care about movies, and those who care about fashion.
For those of you in the latter category, here's our third annual gown predictions gallery for the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress nominees!
We've only gotten one accurate prediction in the past two years, but does it matter? It's just another excuse to look at pretty dresses!
Add a few more shades to the mix, and these two could make a rainbow!
Marion, who is nominated for Best Actress for her role in the French-Belgian film Two Days One Night, wore Christian Dior — as we have come to expect.
Though she could boast that she was the first to wear a piece from the recently presented Haute Couture S/S 2015 collection, she chose one of the weirdest looks.
Doesn't that teardrop panel at the bust look like a