Vin Diesel Shows Off His Plump New Dad Bod
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Now that's what you call XXX(L).

Actor Vin Diesel was spotted on a balcony in Miami on Tuesday and something looked a bit different when he took his shirt off. That's right. This tough guy now has a grade-A dad bod.

And an outie belly button.

Here's a reminder of what Diesel used to look like...

And now...

But when he put a shirt on, something magical happened.

He's a hunk again.

Witchcraft, we tell ya. Witchcraft.

Dogfart offers Kim Davis half a million to appear in a porn movie.
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Kim Davis might just land on her feet... or her back.

After gaining national attention for refusing to do her job and issue same-sex marriage certificate in Rowan County, Kentucky, Davis has only really been popular with the people who have deep issues with the Supreme Court's decision to legalize gay marriage.

Well, here's her chance to make some more friends.

The Dogfart Network, being a host of sites dedicated to all things er0tic, wanted to extend an olive branch towards the beaten down Davis, who might not have a job after the next election cycle. That olive branch is an offer of $500,000 to be in an interracial lesbian sex scene.

Checkout Dogfart's press release:

Of course, it's just a chance to grab some headlines and give talented writers everywhere (ahem) a chance to write the word 'Dogfart'.

Still, we appreciate them giving Davis the opportunity to mend some of those bridges she gladly burned.

Take the money, Kim. Make America proud.

Vladimir Putin played hockey and scored 7 goals on his birthday.
Via: Mashable
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Ah, you're Putin me on with this one.

For his Oct. 7 birthday, the President of the Russian Federation strapped on his skates and took to the ice like a tyrannical zamboni. Vladamir Putin played against NHL stars in Socci and scored a whopping seven goals, leading his team to a 15-10 victory.

So impressive.

Mashable has more details:

The event kicked off the fifth season of Russia's Night Hockey League, and saw Putin playing alongside international hockey legends like Pavel Bure and Vladimir Lutchenko. His team took home victory, beating their opponents 15 to 10.

The opposing team included Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu as well as Putin's close friends — tycoons Gennady Timchenko and Arkady Rotenberg. Both were slapped with Western sanctions last year for their ties to Putin in the wake of Russia's annexation of Crimea.

But Putin was undoubtedly the star of the show, and event went home with a trophy for his team's win at the end and a medal for his contribution to hockey in Russia.

There's no reason at all to question Putin's ability to score seven goals playing against hockey legends.

He's just that good.

This isn't the first time, he's shown such amazing prowess in three periods of play. Just last May, Putin bested his birthday score, by putting eight pucks into the net.

Truly the world of hockey is missing out on a player that would eclipse the great Gretzky.

Here's the highlight reel from Wednesday's game.

Via: Comixology
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Premiering November 20th, Jessica Jones, Marvel's next Netflix series will continue to introduce the 'street-level' heroes of Hell's Kitchen, New York. This hero isn't as recognizable as her counterparts. As part of MAX (Marvel's first unrated comic line) Alias featured Jessica Jones' downward spiral after a serious trauma forced her to hang up her cape and become a private investigator, but the series only ran for 28 issues between 2001 and 2004.

Now, in order to help audiences catch up with the lesser known hero, Marvel got the original creators (Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos) to create a free 12-page issue connecting Jessica Jones to the over-arching MCU.

There's even a special Daredevil cameo. You can get a Digital Copy at Comixology. You should do it now! It's free!

Disney found their princess for Moana in Auli'i Cravalho.
Via: People
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We've known about Disney's next animated movie Moana for a while now, but some specific details about who will voice the titular character and what she will look like have finally emerged.

Hawaiian-native Auli'i Cravalho has been tapped to voice the next Disney 'princess', following on the heels of the wildly-successful Frozen.

People got the exclusive on the story.

[W]hen Disney Animation began searching for a girl to voice the lead in its next princess movie Moana– about a young teen from 2,000 years ago who sets sail to fulfill her ancestors' quest – Cravalho didn't think she was good enough to audition.

"I was getting through my freshman year, and there were already so many great submissions over YouTube," the 14-year-old Native Hawaiian tells PEOPLE, which features an exclusive first look at the movie in this week's issue.

"Moana is such an amazing character," says Cravalho, who lives in the town of Mililani with her mother, Puanani. "She's brave, she is so empowered, she knows what she wants and she's not afraid to get it, and I think that's something that I can relate to as well. I just love watching how she goes along in this wonderful movie and grows as a person and helps her culture along the way."

And what's more, she'll be joined by Dwayne Johnson, who's voicing that cool looking dude there.

These images are also the first we've seen of what Moana will look like.

So, what do you think? Interested? Hyped?

Meryl Streep's shirt had a wildly different meaning across the pond.
Via: Mic
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Words can have so many meanings.

It's something that possibly should have been thought about when Meryl Streep and others from the upcoming film Suffragette posed for the cover of Time Out London's photo shoot.

The film portrays Streep as Emmeline Pankhurst, a British feminist and leader of the suffragette movie there. Though the shoot was obviously to promote the movie, it's prompted some rather negative reactions.

The Sept. 29 issue of Time Out London features Streep and her co-stars wearing T-shirts emblazoned with Pankhurst's famous quote, "I'd rather be a rebel than a slave." While Carey Mulligan, Romola Garai and Anne-Marie Duff also also appear wearing the shirt, Streep — who appears alone on the cover and rejected the term "feminism" in favor of "humanism" in the accompanying Time Out interview — is facing the bulk of criticism.

So, clearly, this quote would work fine in England, but across the pond, it has an entirely different connotation. It pretty much reflects what would have been the belief of confederate soldiers and essentially comes out in favor of slavery under that reading.

As is so often it's wont, Twitter wasn't havin' it.

Maybe the movie will be better than the promotion.

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