There's a dose of black girl magic in every frame.
"Catch me in the frozen food aisle crying over Eggo waffles."
"Don't be mean, just be a bitch."
You're welcome, idiot hookers.
TL;DR: So many actors have been on that show.
Not every cat can be Regina.
"When you play the game of thrones you win, or you die." I'm dying.
Because the most important kind of love is self-love.
It already has more black women than any other Kardashian show.
Once upon a lololol.
The network president said the show "hadn't resonated" with viewers. The last episode will air on Thursday.
If people like Frozen better than your fav Disney movie, can you let it go?
"Pretty much like reality, but of course without the murders and the wigs." (Warning: spoilers through Season 4!)
Baker died at age 81 after several years of illness, his niece told The Guardian.
Dassey was a teenager when he was convicted alongside his uncle, Steven Avery, in the death of Teresa Halbach, a case that became widely known after it was the subject of a Netflix series.
“I think the internet is starting to develop its own humor,” the director said on BuzzFeed’s Internet Explorer podcast.
The drama continues!
Cersei's new color is officially silver.
In Netflix’s '80s-throwback sci-fi horror series, Stranger Things, its young hero gets a girly makeover and wins the heart of a boy. For decades, masculine-looking girls in film and television have been a problem to be solved — or at worst, queer monsters to be vanquished. WARNING: Spoilers ahead!
Cantaloupe? More like CantaNOPE.
Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and the filmmaking team behind Sausage Party talk with BuzzFeed News about the 10 years it took to make the first-ever R-rated CG animated movie about a lesbian taco, a Jewish bagel, and an evil literal douche.
Shortish films, from Stand by Me to The Shallows.
I now believe in love again.
The trailer was shown to audiences at the Star Wars Celebration event in London last month. Today, the rest of the world gets to see it.
I just wanted to see her win for once.
Nickelodeon is bringing back the classic cartoon for a one-hour special!
JOEY AND CHAN FOREVER!
While her father was directing the likes of Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks, Bryce Dallas Howard was teaching herself to cry on cue. Now she's established herself as more than someone's daughter and she's learned the haters don't deserve her tears.
UPDATE: It's called Star Trek: Discovery, and the star is a woman.
Be still my fangirl heart.
Yeah, hi, where do I sign up to see this? Like, immediately?
Looks like they all "made it through."
More than 2 million of those copies were sold in the first two days alone.
"We need to do better and we know it," said CBS exec Glenn Geller this week of the predominantly white male–led fall TV lineup.
"If I'm with a man who is attractive, I don't really need him to be funny."
And the track names are iconic.