First look at Angelina Jolie’s Animated Film About Life Under the Taliban (Trailer) via @lisafordblog

Angelina Jolie is lending her support to the Canadian co-produced movie, “The Breadwinner”.

“I am proud to be a part of this beautiful film with this timely and very important subject matter. Millions of girls around the world have to grow up before their time, working to provide for their families at a very young age and in difficult circumstances. They have the strength to do what no one should ask little girls to do.” – Angelina Jolie

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Zoe Kravitz slays on the new cover of Allure (Photos) via @lisafordblog

If you haven’t yet watched HBO’s “Big Little Lies” featuring Zoe Kravitz, then you are doing yourself a terrible disservice. On the critically acclaimed limited series, Zoe Kravitz plays Bonnie Carlson, the free-spirited second wife of Nathan Carlson— the ex-husband of Monterey, California’s queen bee, Madeline Martha Mackenzie. Kravitz plays the only black woman on the show. Allure magazine writes, “Her character, Bonnie, kind of an alt-left paragon on the surface at least, seems uncannily laid-back and reasonable and generous in the drama’s tense, repressive environment, full of helicopter moms and competitive parenting.”

Now Zoe is featured on Allure Magazine’s June 2017 cover and in light of recent political events, in the article she speaks on identity politics. Zoe states, “Racism is very real, and white supremacy is going strong.” And identity is not something to be mocked or taken lightly. It’s better in her words: “I am definitely mixed. Both my parents are mixed. I have white family on both sides. The older I get, the more I experience life, I am identifying more and more with being black, and what that means — being more and more proud of that and feeling connected to my roots and my history. It’s been a really interesting journey because I was always one of the only black kids in any of my schools. I went to private schools full of white kids. I think a lot of that made me want to blend in or not be looked at as black. The white kids are always talking about your hair and making you feel weird. I had this struggle of accepting myself as black and loving that part of myself. And now I’m so in love with my culture and so proud to be black. It’s still ongoing, but a big shift has occurred. My dad especially has always been very connected to his history, and it’s important to him that I understand where I come from.”

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10 Reasons Why “BLUME SUNDAYS” Is The Best Hip Hop Party In South Florida

Dress to impress and let your hair down when partying at Blume Nightclub on a Sunday night. Blume Sundays has redefined nightlife in Miami’s financial district, Brickell, and has become the new playground for celebrities, models, and sports figures. What is the appeal? What makes Blume Sundays so special and so attractive to locals and tourists alike? We are giving you 10 reasons why Blume Nightclub on a Sunday night is the only place in the world you need to be.

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FUTURE – “MASK OFF” (MUSIC VIDEO) ft. Amber Rose via @lisafordblog

Today, FUTURE released the visuals for his latest hit, “Mask Off” featuring Amber Rose as the leading lady. TheFader writes, “After teasing the video earlier this week, Future has dropped the official “Mask Off” visual. In the big budget video, which you can see above, Future drives past as an armed robbery spills out onto the street. The dark and murky scene is filled with flaming trash cans, a snake, multiple flute players, and Amber Rose in the passenger seat. Later on we see the armed robbers clashing violently with police. The Colin Tilley-directed video comes after “Mask Off” went platinum and became Future’s highest charting single to date.”

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