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Amanda Seyfried Makes An Embellished Entrance At The First Reformed Premiere!

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Amanda Seyfried is back on the red carpet!

Amanda Seyfried is giving you all something to stare at!

On Thursday, the hawt momma stepped out to the First Reformed premiere at the Venice Film Festival in Italy, all while flaunting her amazing figure!

Related: Amanda Reveals She Was Taking Anti-Depressants While Pregnant

Its only been a few months since she gave birth, but here's Amanda looking flaw-free.

The 31-year-old dressed in an embellished Alexander McQueen gown with dazzling Chopard earrings! A slightly tousled ponytail and chunky platforms finished off her outfit.

Amanda looks like a masterpiece!

[Image via KIKA/WENN.]

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Christina Aguilera Is A Better Singer Than Demi Lovato!

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This is pretty much unanimously agreed upon, right?

This and more on The Perez Hilton Podcast with Chris Booker on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, or directly at PerezPodcast.com!

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People Are LIVID Over The All-Female Lord Of The Flies Remake — Find Out Why!

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Female-centric remakes are the newest Hollywood trend — and why shouldn't they be? Audiences are craving female-driven stories and nostalgia these days, so combining the two seems like a guaranteed slam dunk.

But not every male-driven classic works with the opposite gender… specifically, when the entire premise of a story revolves around boys being idiots because they're boys.

That's what people are frantically trying to point out after Warner Bros. announced plans to remake Lord of the Flies — but with young girls stranded on the island instead of boys!

Related: Patty Jenkins Responds To James Cameron's Wonder Woman Slam!

Those who read William Golding's 1954 novel (or even Sparknoted it) say the story wouldn't make sense with all girls because it was meant to show the pitfalls of toxic masculinity.

Many critics mused that instead of turning into barbaric animals, a group of stranded girls would either peacefully work together or just leave each other the fuck alone.

Adding fuel to the fire is the fact that the remake will be written and directed by two men, Scott McGehee and David Siegel — which is hardly a sign we're in for the feminist coming-of-age film of the decade.

What do you think, Perezious Bookworms? Can Lord of the Flies be successfully remade with a group of girls? See what people are saying and comment (below)!

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Houston Couple Calls Fast Food Chain To Order Breakfast Burritos & Rescue Boat — & They Deliver!

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Faith in humanity!

Not all the news coming from Hurricane Harvey is completely heartbreaking.

A Houston couple is becoming famous for the story of how controversial Chick-fil-A came to their rescue amid the flooding from the storm!

First, J.C. Spencer's wife Karen went viral after a picture of her smiling while riding a jet ski out of her flooded home (above) hit Reddit. But the story behind it is way more amazing!

Related: Hurricane Harvey Victims Being Told To File Insurance Before Friday

In an interview with Good Morning America, her husband explained how being a regular at the fast food chain played into their escape:

"We had to get out of there so I called Chick-fil-A, now that sounds kind of funny. I ordered two grilled chicken burritos with extra egg and a boat. And can you believe that one of the managers of Chick-fil-A, she sent her husband to pick us up and we are so grateful."

A manger's husband and two men with jet skis showed up to rescue the grandparents from the rising water levels!

You can watch the clip (below):

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