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'Riverdale' Star Ashleigh Murray Would Absolutely Do A 'Josie And The Pussycats' Spinoff






The Pussycats might be on the move. 


The CW’s “Riverdale” hasn’t even finished its first season, but breakout star Ashleigh Murray already has her eye on a bright and leopard-spotted future for Josie and her bandmates, Melody and Val. 


The homegrown rock band is pretty much the equivalent of Destiny’s Child in the “Archie” universe (even teen redheads solving mysteries go to concerts sometimes, OK?) and are clearly destined for bigger and better things than the Riverdale High football halftime show. For the record, they slayed that one, too. 


“I would absolutely do a spinoff,” Murray told The Huffington Post during a recent Build Series interview. “I want to bring Josie to New York. I want her to have her first big city experience.”


Although “Riverdale” ditches everything that might be familiar to older generations of Archie readers for CW “regulation hotties” and major “Twin Peaks” vibes, a “Josie and the Pussycats” spinoff would actually stay true to the comic-book origins.


Josie made her first appearance in 1962 with Archie’s Pals ‘n’ Gals alongside Melody and Pepper, who was later replaced by Val. The girl group received their own cover seven years later and were a mainstay on comic-book store shelves until 1982. 


An animated series following the group’s misadventures also aired 16 episodes in the early 1970s and was later reconceptualized as “Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space.” Yes, space.


“There have been discussions and wishful thinking,” Murray added about the potential of a spinoff. “I’ve been quoted saying that I didn’t want to, but it was solely because I didn’t want to live without the [cast]. They’re my family now. We talk all the time. I love them. To start this journey and then be pulled into another place, I know that’s what happens, but I don’t want to not be in school with Betty Cooper and Veronica Lodge. But I’ll do it.” 


Watch Murray’s full Build Series interview below. 







Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Mahershala Ali, Amy Poehler and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live


You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017

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The Nintendo Games That Best Describe President Trump's Cabinet Members

Remember when you were just a wee human, when a simple game like Super Mario Bros. could distract and amuse you for hours and the White House wasn’t a daily s**t show?


This administration really has become a challenge to describe, so let’s do it using something we actually like: Nintendo games. 


We perused our collection and tried to find the Nintendo games that would be the best fit for the members of Donald Trump’s cabinet.



Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31 on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017 


You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017

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apr 1, 00:51
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Harry Styles Just Revealed The Artwork For His New Single

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It looks like it’s almost time for new Harry Styles music to bless the ears of Directioners around the world.


In anticipation of his solo-career debut on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, Styles shared the artwork for his new single, “Sign of the Times,” on Instagram Friday. 





The image seems to feature Styles sitting in shallow water, staring at a sunset (or sunrise?). We’re not entirely sure of the symbolism here, but we dig it.


Earlier this week, the former One Direction star hinted at a major release on April 7, and this Instagram post only further confirms fans’ suspicions that new music is coming their way. 


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Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Mahershala Ali, Amy Poehler and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live


You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017

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apr 1, 00:47
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Reese Witherspoon And Laura Dern Say A Second Season Of 'Big Little Lies' Could Happen




Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern are on vacation together with their kids. (No, you’re screaming in ecstasy.) On Friday afternoon, they paused the wine-guzzling and beach-meandering to answer questions via Instagram livestream, ahead of Sunday’s “Big Little Lies” finale


One such question was, of course, whether there would be a second season of the HBO murder-mystery hit. The sound cut in and out while Witherspoon and Dern were answering, but we were able to make out enough of their responses to know that it’s being discussed. The actresses said it’s ultimately up to writer David E. Kelley, who would have to concoct follow-up storylines that depart from the Liane Moriarty novel on which the show is based.


But just let that sink in: There could very well be another “Big Little Lies” season. 


Once more, with feeling: There could very well be another “Big Little Lies” season. 


Dern was asked the same question during a “Watch What Happens Live” appearance last week, to which she gave a coy answer that hinted at a possible affirmative. 


Ratings have consistently climbed since the show’s Feb. 19 premiere. Across all of HBO’s platforms, “Big Little Lies” averages 7 million viewers, according to Deadline. That’s about half the eyeballs “Westworld” attracts, but more than most of the network’s comedies. 


 

 







Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Mahershala Ali, Amy Poehler and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31 on Facebook Live




You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017


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Maddie Ziegler's Upcoming Movie 'The Book Of Henry' Looks Intense

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Sia’s music video muse Maddie Ziegler has been busy as ever with the release of her tell-all autobiography “The Maddie Diaries: A Memoir” and her blossoming acting career. (Oh — and did we mention HuffPost has an exclusive interview with her coming out April 15? Subscribe here to make sure you don’t miss it!)


The trailer for Ziegler’s upcoming feature film “The Book Of Henry” is finally out and it will legitimately give you chills. The plot revolves around a gifted 11-year-old named Henry, played by Jaeden Lieberher, who sets out to save his classmate and next-door neighbor Christina (Ziegler), from her abusive stepfather with the help of his mother (Naomi Watts).


Check out the full trailer below. It’s intense.





Be sure to catch “The Book of Henry” in theaters June 16.


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Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31 on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017 


You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017

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mar 31, 23:48
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Paris Hilton Stars In Weird April Fools' Ad For Super Hydrating Water



If you’ve been wondering what Paris Hilton has been up to, you’re in luck. She’s currently the star of a branded April Fools’ Day prank video on behalf of SodaStream.













However, in another video featuring Hilton’s description of NanoDrop at the beginning, there’s a shift halfway through.


“So... Apparently NanoDrop is not 5,000 times as hydrating as regular sparkling water. Yeah. It’s kinda like the same. I became suspicious when my chief scientist Phil became severely dehydrated. He will be missed,” Hilton says, stroking a shiny gold urn, presumably filled with Phil’s ashes.


OH OK, PARIS, YOU GOT JOKES.





Hilton goes on to say that her newer solution to rid the world of plastic bottles is to use SodaStream’s sparkling water maker.


We gotta hand it to you, Paris. This is pretty hot.



Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31 on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017 


You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017




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mar 31, 23:24
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Zendaya Works To Help Students Build Careers In Tech And Science

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Actress, singer and dancer Zendaya came out in support of Verizon’s #WeNeedMore campaign in Los Angeles. The campaign’s main focus is to introduce students to the exciting possibilities of careers in science, technology, engineering and math. 


She accompanied students from the program into a recording and editing workshop at Capitol Studios, in the iconic Capitol Records building. The students got a chance to experience all the behind-the-scenes technology and engineering that goes into making the music they know and love. 



“I wanted them to see that it’s not just me, I’m not the only one that makes this happen.”



The experience allowed students to be exposed to all the career possibilities they could pursue, beyond being the on-camera talent, like engineering or sound mixing. 




As for Zendaya’s main message to these young kids? “We need more young people to be exactly who they want to be.” Sounds pretty inspiring, if you ask us. 



Visit weneedmore.com to learn more. Note: Verizon is a parent company of The Huffington Post.


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Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31 on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017 


You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017

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Keke Palmer Gets Real About Her Sexuality, 'Scream Queens' And Self-Care

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Keke Palmer can do it all. The girl can sing, she can dance, she can act, and she’s turned in more noteworthy performances by the age of 23 than many actors twice her age. From “Akeelah and the Bee” to “Grease: Live” to “Scream Queens,” Palmer is, and always has been, a force to be reckoned with. 


In an exclusive interview with HuffPost, we chatted with Palmer about her music, her recently released book, her sexuality, and what inspires her killer sense of style.









You have so many projects that we want to discuss with you, but let’s start with “Scream Queens.” What are the challenges inherent in playing both comedy and horror?



The main difference is the maturity level with “Scream Queens.” Even though it’s a fun show, we also did have a lot of different messages and themes that I think young millennials today are dealing with. I like being able to be in a show and make it funny, but also deal with more mature content.


You wrote a book titled I Don’t Belong to You, in which you opened up about your struggles with anxiety and depression. What are some things you do for self-care?


It’s all about literally being kind to yourself and doing things that are going to help you. Just taking a run and letting off some steam, or doing something creative that lets you express the emotions that you’re maybe not immediately tapped into, but when you’re doing something meditative you can release those things. Just giving time to yourself. Do things for you.


You told Cosmo that you’ve often felt forced to be “agreeable at all times” growing up in the industry. How did you break that habit?


By creating boundaries. In any relationship in your life, whether it be work or romantic or platonic, it all comes down to the boundaries. Once I realized what it was I didn’t like, I was able to implement that into the different relationships in my life.









In your AOL BUILD interview, you mentioned that social media allowed you to connect with your fans in a real way. But for many people, social media does not show their real lives. It only shows the good parts, or the most glamorous parts. How would you encourage your fans to be real on social media?


I think when you’re online you have to be truthful. It gives you anxiety to compare your life to someone else’s for validation. It’s about YOU accepting who you are, YOU loving who you are, YOU thinking that your life is important. It’s important for more than you just posting about it. It all comes back to self-esteem and our ability to build our own self-esteem.


You told Women’s Health that you’re not afraid to hack into your boyfriend’s social media accounts. Do you think maybe you were a private investigator in a previous life?


I have the ability to do that, but I try really hard not to hack into people’s stuff. It’s something I used to do a lot in the past, but I try not to do it. I’m just really good at finding stuff like that.










You’ve mentioned not wanting to have your sexuality defined by labels. What advice do you have for teens who struggle to embrace their sexuality?


You don’t have to feel like your sexuality has to be this or that. That’s what really stops our growth because we’re thinking that we have to make a decision immediately whenever we try something or do something. Like, “Oh I’m straight. I can only be straight for the rest of my life.” Or, “Oh I’m gay. I can only be gay for the rest of my life.” We label ourselves and put ourselves in these confinements, and when we actually want to try different things at different moments, we’re limited because “Oh that’s not me.” We make these things up that stop us from growing. You might change, you never know. People have to understand we’re all human beings trying to make our way in this world. We’re curious, we’re trying things, we’re living our lives and experiencing different moments.


Tell us about your ShoeDazzle partnership. What made you want to get involved with designing?


I’m really enjoying working with ShoeDazzle and I’m hoping I can do more stuff with them in the future. The 2017 collection was so much fun to curate and it’s still available now. It’s really dope and something that everyone can also afford. That’s what I love about ShoeDazzle.


What’s next for you in the music industry?


I’m working on my album. I’m getting ready to actually film a video for something really soon. I’m really excited about it.


Of all the amazing artists you’ve worked with, in music and on film, who was one of your favorites?


Queen Latifah. I started my career with her and I’ve done the most work with her, so I’ve spent a lot of time with her. She’s such a positive influence in my life. She really is a genuine person and a true mentor.




What’s one thing that you have yet to dabble in that you want to try in the future?


I’ve definitely dabbled in it, but motivational speaking and youth involvement.


You’ve talked about being a workaholic. What’s some advice you have for other people who struggle to find a better work-life balance in life?


It’s something I’m struggling with as well, but you just have to take it day by day. If you see your friend overworked, say “You need a break.” Because of Western culture, there’s an anxiety in the American mind, like, “If I’m not working, then I’m lazy.” And the reality is, we honestly just have to be chill. If you really want to be well-rounded and reach your goal, give yourself a vacation.











You starred in “Jump In!” one of our favorite Disney Channel original movies, soooo … If you could double dutch jump with any celebrity who would it be?


Raven-Symoné.




Name one celebrity you’d love to collaborate with on a song. 


Chance The Rapper.


If you could star in any Broadway musical, which would it be?


“Hamilton.”


We’ve seen your style evolve over the years that you’ve been in the spotlight. Who inspires your look? 


The culture inspires my look. I’ve always been a huge lover of the ‘90s. That’s where a lot of my influence comes from.


Name one beauty product you absolutely cannot live without.


This Dior lip gloss that I have. It’s perfect for everywhere I go.


Movie remakes are the name of the game these days, so if you could do a remake of one of your favorite childhood films, what would it be?


“Wish Upon A Star.”


Favorite phrase? If it’s not “the gag is,” we’re going to be heartbroken! 


Yes! My favorite phrase definitely is “the gag is!”


What’s one song that always gets the party started for you?


“Party Up” by DMX.


This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.







Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Mahershala Ali, Amy Poehler and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live




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mar 31, 21:20
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Crayola Asks Fans To Help Name New Crayon, Twitter Responds Colorfully






Crayola is asking fans to help name its new crayon and, naturally, Twitter is quick on the draw.


On Thursday, Crayola announced that it will retire the classic yellow crayon, Dandelion, from its 24-pack. Then, on Friday, the company revealed via Facebook that it plans to replace Dandelion with a new color.


The color will be part of “the blue family,” though the exact shade is under wraps until May. The company also said once the new color is revealed, it will invite fans to help name the hue sometime in the summer.


Shortly after Crayola made this announcement, the hashtag #NewCrayonColors began to trend on Twitter. Although the proposals arrived a few months early — and most users didn’t actually offer names for a blue crayon — the responses are pretty colorful.


Here are the best of the lot:



























































































Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Mahershala Ali, Amy Poehler and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live




You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017


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mar 31, 21:07
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New Yorker Cartoon Goes Out To All The Diehard Oxford Comma Lovers


A New Yorker cartoon by Emily Flake is giving life to grammar obsessives today, by illustrating just how consequential an Oxford comma can be. 


For anyone who doesn’t spend sleepless nights tossing and turning over the controversial punctuation mark, a brief explainer: the Oxford comma is the last comma in a list, that comes before the “and” or the “or.” Some think it’s necessary, others redundant, and many just don’t care. (What do you think?)


The lovely lady pictured below, however, seems pretty firmly in camp “necessary.”






Earlier this month, the contentious comma was the deciding factor in a $10 million lawsuit involving overtime pay for dairy farmers. When announcing his verdict, the Judge opened with: “For want of a comma, we have this case.”


Given recent events, a comma-induced divorce doesn’t sound entirely implausible. We just wonder who will get the dogs, House and Car. 








Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Mahershala Ali, Amy Poehler and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Join us at 7 p.m. Eastern on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live




You can support the ACLU right away. Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to explain other actions you can take to help. Visit www.hmgf.org/t for terms. #StandForRights2017


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