They used to release the balloons at the end of the Parade. Yes, seriously.
Psychiatry has never been so sarcastic.
WARNING: GIANT, HUGE, MASSIVE SPOILERS.
She should obviously win the competition.
He isn't Team Gale, for one.
Sounds like Christmas has a new queen.
Saturday Night Live remade a classic sketch with a bunch of stars (and SNL cast members impersonating stars) auditioning for Star Wars.
Michael can GTFO tbh.
Over the course of three decades and with 80 million records sold, Enya has morphed into more than musician: She's her own adjective. What makes her music — and the mysterious woman behind it — appealing to so many? Anne Helen Petersen visits the reclusive singer in Ireland.
"Like some of you here, we had friends and former colleagues there that night."
Cheers to the most beautiful couple there ever was.
So many pelvic thrusts.
For, like, a really long time.
This is a serious question.
Help us decide.
Her anaconda don't want none.
From zero to 100 reeeeeeallly quickly.
Updated throughout the night.
For those of you keeping track.
That's right, the PRE-wedding party.
But that's just par for the course for movie franchises — unless you're Harry Potter.
Following breakout roles in Dear White People and Selma, the actor continues to seek out unconventional characters of style and substance, just like her role in Creed.
~Listens to "Hello" on an endless loop~
Some actually landed on our doorstep, some are still glimmering on the horizon. Insert joke about the mortal coil here.
Ariel's dinner dress was actually an homage to prior Disney Princesses.
Carol, starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, is a luxurious lesbian period film — so luxurious, in fact, that the women can seem like beautiful symbols just beyond our reach.
"I immediately regret this decision."
The harvest queen harvests again.
*Melts into a puddle*
So wait, now they're back together?
AND THERE'S VIDEO.
Here's what went down this week.
Todd Haynes — the director of Carol, starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara — talked to BuzzFeed News about working with the actors, love stories, and the importance of preserving queer culture.
You voted — here are the results.
Director Francis Lawrence, producer Nina Jacobson, and screenwriter Peter Craig spoke with BuzzFeed News about the hard choices they had to make adapting the final book in author Suzanne Collins's best-selling franchise. MAJOR SPOILERS!
A bit of inspiration to make your day uniquely special.