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Well, Donald Trump is officially the Republican Party's nominee for President — but that doesn't mean he's any less unpopular than he was before.
In fact, that was proven pretty clearly on Twitter last night, when celebs, politicians, and regular people alike tweeted VERY strongly against The Donald in the midst of his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland!
From Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, to TV stars and more, so many celebs and others are simply fed up with Trump's divisive talk and bigoted ideas.
Here, starting with Clinton, are the very best Twitter reactions to Trump's hateful, no-volume-control speech on Thursday (below):
He is the one who… um, floats?
The Breaking Bad star will be playing Zordon, the being who trains the Rangers — and who, you may remember, is just a giant floating head in a big tube.
Srsly, WTF is going on with this casting? Could this movie actually be… good?? Or will Bryan just do whatever it takes to provide for his family..? He tweeted:
Sunday night was QUITE a battle — and no, we don't just mean on Game Of Thrones!
If you didn't follow the series you definitely missed out, as James and crew brought the Cavs back from a 3-1 deficit to force game seven. Well, after a VERY heated back and forth game, LeBron ended up fulfilling what he came back to Cleveland for — to win them a sports championship for the first time in 52 years!
Seeing as how it was an AH-Mazing game, and the 31-year-old athlete has plenty of celebrity friends, it's no shock that Justin Timberlake, Mindy Kaling, and even President Barack Obama all gave Bron and the Cavs a shout out after LBJ broke down with tears of joy!
Ch-ch-check out all the best reactions (below) and let us know your thoughts on Cleveland's big win!
On Tuesday, Elizabeth Banks proved just how hard it is to be a working momma when she admitted she was missing her son's pre-school graduation in order to accept her film-maker award at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards across the pond.
Speaking to the crowd onstage at Berkeley Square Gardens, the 42-year-old beauty said:
"I have two little boys at home. Felix my oldest is five and graduating from pre-school tomorrow. I didn't realize I was going to be missing it when I accepted my invite. I'm a f*cking asshole. Being a working mom is super complicated."
Miz Banks — who will no longer be directing Pitch Perfect 3 due to her commitment to her family — continued:
That's because according to Variety, the 42-year-old will no longer be directing Pitch Perfect 3!
Sources say that though Banks isn't leaving the franchise in favor of a specific project — her rapidly growing schedule is largely behind her decision for exiting.
But don't worry — Banks isn't completely walking away from the franchise. The actress confirmed she will stay on as a producer and reprise her role as acapella commentator Gail, sharing on Twitter:
Where's your skirt, Kimberly!?
The Power Rangers will be morphing into theaters next year, but they won't be wearing the campy spandex suits fans are familiar with.
Entertainment Weekly revealed the first look at the suits worn by the new cast, which shows the five teens donning alien-like armor that crystallizes around their bodies!
While these Iron Man-esque costumes may look mighty different than the Rangers' fighting attire, the updated outfits actually pay homage to the franchise's mythology.
Director Dean Israelite explained:
Netflix is heading back to Camp Firewood once again!
Last year, the streaming service reassembled the star studded cast of Wet Hot American Summer for the hilarious prequel series First Day Of Camp.
Now, Netflix announced it is paddling out yet another chapter of the campy saga called Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later!
The upcoming 30-minute comedy series will take place 10 years after the original 2001 film — but should NOT be considered a sequel to First Day of Camp.
But don't worry, campers… Ten Years Later will still be set at Camp Firewood, and is being written by Michael Showalter and David Wain — who wrote and directed both the original film and prequel series.
No casting information has been released just yet, but since the OG creative team is back, we're sure Camp Firewood alumni like Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, and Elizabeth Banks will be up for a third round!
Ch-ch-check out the official announcement video (below) and get excited for WHAS: Ten Years Later, set for a 2017 premiere!