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Daisy Ridley Talks Self-Love & Constance Wu Isn't Pulling Any Punches With the 'Heinous' 'Ghost In the Shell' Racism

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 20, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | April 20, 2016 |

The incredible Constance Wu is calling that Ghost In the Shell CGI yellowface news what it is: f*cking racist. (Vulture)

Jennifer Aniston was named People’s Most Beautiful Woman, and no one seems to even be trying to pretend that it doesn’t have everything to do with a big cross-promotion between the magazine and that horrid-looking Garry Marshall Mother’s Day wig-and-cliche-fest. (Lainey)

David Duchovny’s college breakup story is really sad. I think he’s trying to play it off as kind of funny, and maybe enough time has gone by that it is, but it’s still a huge heartache of a bummer. (Celebitchy)

Daisy Ridley posted a super honest, empowering message of self love on her Instagram. (Pop Sugar)

Here are the 17 shows most likely to be cancelled, according to numbers and stuff. There are one or two big (but understandable) disappointments, one or two that make me very happy to see go, and the rest… How many of these shows have you even actually heard of? (Uproxx)

You all seem a little too comfortable and not nearly terrified enough today. This’ll fix that: UNDERWATER ROBOT SNAKES. They’re a thing.

Porn is now officially a “public health crisis” in Utah. (USA Today)

Thinking about seeing a Shakespeare play? This flowchart for picking the one you’d most enjoy is delightful and entirely accurate. (GTB)

Also too, too accurate: The “White Savior Barbie” Instagram account. (Mashable)

The endings to fairy tales are dumb. Jessica Chastain is awesome.

Ben & Jerry were arrested during a political protest. Good for them for being active and taking a stand BUT WHAT ABOUT THE ICE CREAM? (B&J)

If you’re dying for more Hamilton, you can’t go wrong by checking out the book Hamilton: The Revolution by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jeremy McCarter. In addition to some great photos and the lyrics for every song (annotated by Miranda), the book also tells the story of how Hamilton was created, and eventually made its way to Broadway. Cannonballer Ellesfena gives "the Hamiltome" five stars. (Cannonball Read 8)

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