Former Piston Cup Champion Lightning McQueen was a hero in his day, but it seems in the last few years technology has improved so much that he is constantly being out-run by newer and more advanced models. His latest rival is the super-speedy newcomer Jackson Storm, whose arrogant attitude makes McQueen desperate to beat him once and for all. Naturally, he's being bugged constantly about his plans for retirement, but to him it only feels like yesterday that he was a rookie himself making waves in the racing world. It doesn't matter how many tricks he learns to up his game, however, he'll never be the racer he once was. But his friends are nonetheless determined to train him up to be the best he can be, led by the young and enthusiastic technician Cruz Ramirez. He might never be able to match Jackson's speed, but that doesn't mean he can't outsmart him on the track.
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Litchfield is getting overcrowded with no less than a hundred new inmates getting crammed into the place. Plus, it's not getting any easier for Piper Chapman, who already feels like she's in danger of serious harm most of the time. Now she's got a new enemy within the walls of the Litch who is intent burying her. She may only have a short sentence compared with some of the other inmates, and maybe she's a lot more educated than most of them, but none of that has helped her out yet. There's a new prison guard at the facility too, who is really not getting on well with the female inmates. Meanwhile, Sophia Burset is having a hard time as the only transgender woman on the site, which has always put her as a target for transphobic cattiness but now more so than ever. She's even the victim of a violent attack, and the prejudice threatens her hairstyling business.
Danielle Brooks, Selenis Leyva, Adrienne C. Moore, Yael Stone, Madeline Brewer, Abigail Savage, Annie Golden, Emma Myles, Lin Tucci, Beth Fowler, Dascha Polanco and Lea Delaria in the press room at the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards held at The Shrine Expo Hall - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 29th January 2017
Demi Lovato turned heads at LOGO TV's first Annual Trailblazers event held at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York where she wore a black dress with mesh neckline teamed with her purple dip-dyed, half-shaved hair in true rock chick style.
Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz was among arrivals at the very first Annual Trailblazers event from LOGO TV, held at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. Wentz was at the event to introduce LGBT rights activist John Abdallah Wambere from Uganda, who was subsequently named International Trailblazer.
It's such a relief to see, every once in a while, a coming-outmovie in which nobody gets beaten up by sexually insecure athletes or skinheads.
"Edge of Seventeen" is such a movie. It has itsjocks and jerks, of course, but they're extras, regulated to only makingsnide comments in passing while the film focuses on telling a gratifyinggay Everyman story instead of recycling social espousements.
Yes, it's yet another shy gay guy in high school story,a la the recent "GetReal" (those in certain circles know fullwell how common this genre has become), but this one has more convincingboy-next-door characters than most, and a very smart hook -- it takes placein 1984, at the height of '80s androgyny (fabulously cheesy soundtrackalert!).
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Former Piston Cup Champion Lightning McQueen was a hero in his day, but it seems...
Litchfield is getting overcrowded with no less than a hundred new inmates getting crammed into...