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10 Times Tailgating Went Too Damn Far

“Guy Fieri showed up unannounced. It was weird.”

1. Doggy style.

“At NCSU’s Homecoming game in 2015 on Halloween, everyone was in their costumes and I saw a girl dressed as a Dalmatian pooping on the ground in the tailgate lot because the bathroom line was too long.”


2. Raise a glass to portable urinals.

“We were tailgating near a group that was drinking heavily, and the guys kept getting into their SUV and then coming back out with portable urinals, which they’d then dump out into some nearby bushes. Well as they got drunker, they got lazier, and soon the urinals weren’t getting dumped out, but just set aside next to the hamburgers and plates. At one point they all posed for a photo while ‘cheers-ing’ with the urinals. And then one guy took a swig from his and sprayed his piss on everyone else in the group as they shrieked and laughed.”


3. Puke and rally.

“I went to Penn State and at one of the games there was a girl straight up passed out in a puddle of vomit in the line to get to the stadium. When the EMS put her on a stretcher, she woke up and started singing the alma mater like a fucking champ. Hundreds of students still in line joined in.”



4. Only in 2016.

“I went to see Blink-182 and All Time Low this past summer and saw someone run through the parking lot, shirtless, wearing a sombrero, screaming ‘Dicks out for Harambe.’”


21 Amazing “Friends” Theories That Are Honestly Perfect

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We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us where they think the Friends characters are today. Here are some of the best theories.

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1. Monica is a chef at a successful family restaurant and Chandler writes comics for the newspaper but his main job is being a stay-at-home dad. —hrshelgren

2. Monica attends cooking competitions and has been featured in magazines and cooking blogs. —hrshelgren

3. Monica and Chandler have three kids: the twins and a “miracle baby.” However, they NEVER refer to the baby as a “miracle” because as a child, Monica was always overlooked by Ross. —paigec4dbf06f90

4. Monica coaches their kids’ sports teams, and of course, all the other parents hate her yelling. Jack inherited her competitive spirit while Erica learned to be funny like her dad. —kasseyc

5. Monica gets super into Zumba. Chandler loves her anyway. —Madonna Kilpatrick-Kielion, Facebook

6. Monica and Chandler have a dog because he knows they’re OK now. —josiegpinkpanther

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7. Phoebe continued her career as a massage therapist and Mike decided to use his legal experience to go into copyright law, representing artists. —paigec4dbf06f90

8. They end up having three kids. Of course, they are all musically gifted so they audition for America’s Got Talent as a family band with their rendition of “Smelly Cat.” —kasseyc

9. They also adopt a troubled child who was living on the streets, much like Phoebe was doing at his age. —hrshelgren

10. Phoebe and Mike buy an old VW bus, fix it up, and play guitar/piano duets to make their way across the US. —Madonna Kilpatrick-Kielion, Facebook

11. They end up in Portland, where they fit in perfectly, and co-chair Keep Portland Weird. —Madonna Kilpatrick-Kielion, Facebook

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12. After living in Paris for six years, Ross and Rachel decide it’s time to move back to NYC. Ross quickly finds a position as a professor at a local university and runs his own research laboratory. —alleng4d9554cc9

13. In the first week back, they run into Mark (which Ross hates) and find out that he’s moving to LA (which Ross loves). This means that his job as vice president at Louis Vuitton will be available. He recommends Rachel for the position and she gets the job. —alleng4d9554cc9

14. Rachel is eventually hired as a guest judge for Project Runway, replacing Nina Garcia. — James Soares, Facebook

15. Emma is a teenager now and wants to be a rapper thanks to her favorite song as a child, “Baby Got Back.” —kasseyc

16. Oh, and Ross and Rachel get married but get divorced…because, Ross. —fluttermaya

17. Joey moves to LA to try to further his career as an actor. He struggles for a while but lands a major role in a blockbuster hit. —alleng4d9554cc9

18. He ends up dating an extra he meets on set. After a few years, they get married and have two children — Joey Jr. and Estelle. —alleng4d9554cc9

19. Joey always has a chick and a duck in his house. —kasseyc

20. Gunther married an insanely gorgeous model and now owns Central Perk. —maggiek

21. The group still gets together often and Monica and Chandler always host Thanksgiving. —paigec4dbf06f90

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Note: Submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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23 Things People With Perfect Teeth Will Never Understand

3. And then being stuck for two months with some impulsive holiday theme in your mouth:

7. This evil device which your parents had to forcibly crank with a tiny key every week.

No seriously, fuck this thing.

10. And basically being able to “play guitar” with them when they were too tight:

15. Wearing this plastic tent in your mouth that made your lips chapped AF:

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17. Somehow breaking and/or losing this immediately after the orthodontist made it for you:

Don’t forget the storm of rage from your mom during the car ride home after the orthodontist told you how much it costs to replace.

21. And this was just out of the question:

Unless you wanted to be picking kernels out of the wires for 4 days.

23. And still needing this permanent retainer bullshit after all you went through:

We went through it all, fam.

P.S. GO SAY THANK YOU RIGHT NOW to your parents if they picked up your orthodontics tab because that Medieval torture is also expensive AF.

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29 of the Most Hilarious Literal Cake Decorations

[rnkrwp id=”2219968″ format=”slideshow”] Although a steady hand a smidgen of creativity may seem like the most obvious traits of any cake decorator, there’s an even more important skill that these bakers should have: common sense. Many cake decorators made the exact cakes that their clients asked for – literally! You’ll see what we mean below in our list of hilarious literal cake decorations. These horrifying fails are actually pretty funny, and remind us to all slow down and appreciate the details.

The funny cakes depicted below are the hilarious result of various cake makers who just couldn’t seem to separate their clients words from their intentions. We’ve compiled our favorites, many of them from the totally fun site, A word to the wise bakers out there: do not print your client’s instructions on the actual cake! Prepare to view the worst decorations the world of cake décor has to offer. For example, one customer’s cake actually says the words, “Write Welcome on It.”

Vote up the best literal cake fails below, and be sure to let us know what you think in the comment section!

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The Sacha Baron Cohen Impression-Off, With Sacha Baron Cohen

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Sacha Baron Cohen can pretty much become anyone. He’s played a Kazakh man named Borat, an Australian fashionista named Bruno, and a dictator (in, you know, The Dictator.) In his newest movie, The Brothers Grimsby, Cohen stars as Nobby, a dimwitted soccer enthusiast from Grimsby, England. Since it’s pretty clear that Sacha has a broad range of acting skills, we decided to have him participate in a one-man impression-off, starring him. We gave him the names of people that you are probably familiar with, and then he did his best impression of them. To be clear: these are definitely his own impressions.

3. Watch all of his impressions below, and by the way, this is definitely a headphones in kind of video:

8. You can see Sacha in The Brothers Grimsby in theaters now.

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President Obama Makes His Case Against Absolute Encryption At SXSW

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AUSTIN, Texas — In an address to the tech community at the South By Southwest Interactive festival Friday, President Obama argued against the complete encryption technology giants like Apple, Facebook, and Google appear to favor.

“It’s fetishizing our phones above every other value, and that can’t be the right answer,” Obama said, referring to arguments that the government should have no entryway into phones.

The remarks were delivered in Austin, Texas, at a time when the FBI is trying to force Apple to unlock an iPhone used by one of San Bernardino terrorists. Apple, backed by a group of high-profile tech companies, has refused, citing the dangers of allowing the government a “backdoor” pathway into its encrypted phones. The FBI is now pursuing the matter in court.

Despite the ongoing legal action, which Obama would not comment on, the crowd of tech-minded festival-goers welcomed the president warmly, offering loud applause and laughter at his jokes. At one point, Obama listed a number of his accomplishments, ending with the usually derisive: “Thanks Obama.” The crowd roared.

Obama’s argument against absolute encryption hinged on a comparison to searches of homes and traffic stops. When there’s probable cause of a serious crime, he said, law enforcement can obtain a warrant to search a home, go into a bedroom, and “rifle through your underwear to see if there’s any evidence of wrongdoing.”

“We agree on that,” the president continued. “Because we recognize that just like all of our other rights — with speech and religion, etc. — that there are going to be some constraints that we impose in order to make sure that we are safe, secure and living in a civilized society.”

There are reasons to make sure authorities can’t get into private smartphones, Obama acknowledged, adding that the disclosures of Edward Snowden had increased suspicions of the government doing so. But, he added, “there has to be some concession to the need to be able to get into that information somehow.”

Obama also warned that if the tech community doesn’t help the government now, there could be consequences.

“What you’ll find is that after something really bad happens, the politics of this will swing and it will become sloppy and rushed and it will go through Congress in ways that have not been thought through, and then we will have dangers to our civil liberties because we will have not — the people who understand this best and who care most about privacy and civil liberties, that they’ll sort of disengage, or take a position that is not sustainable for the general public as a whole over time.”

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Alex Kantrowitz is a senior technology reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in San Francisco. He reports on social and communications.

Trump’s In-Law Is Trying to Make Billions Off Obamacare

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Donald Trump onstage with his wife, Melania Trump; daughter Ivanka Trump; and son-in-law Jared Kushner at a campaign rally in February. Brendan Hoffman / Getty Images

Donald Trump has called Obamacare “a horror,” “a big, fat, horrible lie,” and a “total catastrophe.” When the presidential candidate revealed his plan in March to repeal Obamacare, he began by saying that the American people have “[suffered] under the incredible economic burden” of the Affordable Care Act. But one of Trump’s in-laws has turned Obamacare into an economic boon for his multibillion-dollar health care startup, Oscar Health. Perhaps you’ve seen their cutesy subway ads, billboards, or TV commercial?

Trump’s daughter Ivanka is married to real estate scion Jared Kushner, who has been joining his father-in-law onstage at campaign events. “Jared is a very, very successful real estate entrepreneur in Manhattan,” Trump told supporters last month, during his victory party for the New Hampshire primary. Jared’s brother is venture capitalist Joshua Kushner, who co-founded Oscar Health, a health insurance company that describes itself as “the first health insurance company created for consumers in the new world of the Affordable Care Act.” The company launched in New York state in 2013 as a licensed health care provider selling to individuals and families in the marketplaces created by Obamacare.

“I don’t think we could do this without Obamacare,” Oscar co-founder and CEO Mario Schlosser told the Washington Post in 2013. “You’d have to break into a market that’s been pretty ‘oligopolized’ with big insurers catering to brokers, agency houses and big employers. But now we have a direct connection to the consumer.”

Forbes called Oscar the “Obamacare startup” in a headline about its $1.5 billion valuation last April. Since then, Oscar’s estimated value has almost doubled: A few weeks ago, the company got $400 million investment from Fidelity at a $2.7 billion valuation.

Oscar claims to offer consumers a more accessible and user-friendly insurance option neatly packaged with a youthful and techie vibe. (Membership cards are mailed in the same kind of box as an iPhone.) The three-year-old company has raised more than $727 million in three years for the concept.

In interviews, Kushner has said he had the idea of tackling health care after he tried to decipher an insurance bill. “I’m overeducated and I had no idea what it all meant,” he told New York magazine in 2014. Kushner co-founded the company with two of his friends from Harvard Business School, and they timed Oscar’s launch so that it dovetailed with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act. The magazine also reported that “a pair of Obama 2012 operatives were brought onboard to oversee” Oscar’s canvassing campaign before the open-enrollment deadline.

Oscar launched as more of a software layer, relying on other companies to process claims and set up provider networks. But Oscar has since expanded in Texas and California with a different model that narrows its network of doctors and hospitals in order to minimize losses and builds its process and systems from scratch.

An Oscar spokesperson declined to answer questions from BuzzFeed News about Kushner and his company’s political position. But in December, the same week that the GOP frontrunner bashed Obamacare in a town hall meeting, the White House announced that it was working with Oscar Health and one other startup (Zocdoc, a website for booking doctors’ appointments) to advertise Obamacare coverage. Oscar created a brief PSA targeted at the uninsured. “We are incredibly motivated by the support the White House has shown us today on this initiative and are proud to share this video we created on just how simple it is to sign up for an affordable plan through the ACA,” the company wrote on its blog.

There are obviously a few degrees of remove between Trump and the tech company founder. There’s no easy shorthand to describe their connection, although both are listed as relatives on each other’s Wikipedia pages. But the Kushners — once high-profile Democratic donors — have become a source of fascination as Jared Kushner continues to join his wife on the Trump campaign trail.

Charles Kushner, father to Jared and Joshua, was one of the largest Democratic donors in America, before his notorious fall from grace after pleading guilty to illegal campaign donations and tax evasion. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who recently joined Trump onstage to endorse his candidacy, was the U.S. attorney prosecuting the case. Kushner had been the primary patron of New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey.

The elder Kushner paid about half million dollars in civil penalties for making contributions in the name of his real estate partnerships without permission. OpenSecrets showed more than 50 donations made in Joshua Kushner’s name, all to Democratic candidates and causes. The donations started in 1992 when Joshua was 7 years old. Twenty-one of the donations were made in Joshua’s name before he was old enough to vote.

Kushner’s political position is particularly interesting given Trump’s tirades against Silicon Valley executives, who have not made their feelings about the candidate known. Last month, Trump called for a boycott of Apple for its refusal to cooperate with the FBI over the San Bernardino killings. But the Verge pointed out today that the GOP frontrunner is back to tweeting from his iPhone. Earlier this week, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk dispelled reports of a “secretive meeting” between Republicans and tech CEOs at the American Enterprise Institute’s annual World Forum about how to stop Donald Trump. Musk tweeted that he was there to talk about Mars and sustainable energy, clarifying that it had “nothing to do with Trump,” but did he did not share his views about the candidate.

In his business dealings at least, Kushner seems to be party agnostic. One of the partners of Thrive Capital — which Joshua Kushner also founded, and which is an investor in Oscar — is Jared Weinstein, who served as a trusted personal aide or “body man” to President George W. Bush from 2006 to 2009.

Disclosure: The author of this post was previously employed as a reporter for the New York Observer, which is owned by Jared Kushner.

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Nitasha Tiku is a senior writer for BuzzFeed News and is based in San Francisco.

Let’s Stop And Appreciate LeBron James In Grey Sweatpants

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1. For some reason, there’s something very hypnotizing about LeBron James today.


2. Maybe I’m just a sucker for the laid-back look?


3. Yeah…I think it’s just the grey sweatpants.


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The Newest “Scandal” Gladiator Is So Hot It’s A Problem

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1. Meet Cornelius Smith Jr., the actor who plays the newest Gladiator employed at Olivia Pope & Associates on Scandal.

2. Smith first appeared on Scandal as Marcus Walker, an activist for the black community, on March 7, 2015.

3. The episode, titled “The Lawn Chair,” showed how a man dealt with the death of his 17-year-old son who was shot and killed by a white cop.

4. Smith eventually became a more regular character on the show, and now he’s a full-fledged Gladiator.

5. The thing about Smith is, he’s really great on Scandal and everything…

16. Before Scandal, Smith acted in shows like All My Children, Major Crimes, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

18. And now we get to see the 33-year-old on our television screens every Thursday night!

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Sally Field Has Never Stopped Fighting

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When Sally Field won her second Best Actress Oscar for Places in the Heart at the 1985 Academy Awards, she took the stage and gripped her gold statuette as she went through the requisite thank-yous. And then, she grew breathier and increasingly delighted as she now famously said, “I haven’t had an orthodox career and I’ve wanted more than anything to have your respect. … And I can’t deny the fact that you like me, right now. You like me!”

But even after two Oscars, three Emmys, two Golden Globes, and numerous roles over her 50-year career (from Steel Magnolias to Mrs. Doubtfire, and Forrest Gump to The Amazing Spider-Man) that have earned her a special place in the hearts of American moviegoers and turned her into a full-fledged Hollywood legend, Field still has trouble wrapping her head around the idea that audiences and the industry really like her.

“I can’t remember when I didn’t feel like the underdog,” Field told BuzzFeed News on a recent sunny March day at BuzzFeed’s Los Angeles soundstage. “Actually, underdog is the understatement of my career. Maybe that’s something I put in my own head… but I don’t think it is something I put in my head. Everything I’ve ever had that mattered to me, I had to be such a scrappy fighter to get.”

And Field is once again ready to fight for her latest project, the independent film Hello, My Name Is Doris, in theaters March 11. Touted by its distributor as a “late-life coming-of-age story,” the movie stars Field as the titular Doris Miller, an eccentric office drone who’s still reeling from the death of her mother when a handsome new co-worker named John (played by New Girl’s Max Greenfield) catches her eye. Doris channels her energy into learning everything she can about John, from restaurants he frequents to bands he likes, and sets out to become his perfect girlfriend, despite the decades that separate their ages.

How can I get good enough that they can’t say no?

From there, an unexpected and deeply touching May-December, will-they-or-won’t-they relationship unfolds as Doris’s infatuation gives way to genuine affection and she finds something more significant than a passing crush.

For Doris, who dedicated ­— and therefore sacrificed — most of her life to caring for her now-deceased mother, the crush is particularly significant because it’s the first time in decades she’s felt free to open herself up to love. That’s what attracted Field to Doris: She represents the idea that your age has nothing to do with how old you feel.

“This is a very unique story in that it challenges the idea of age. Human beings want to connect with each other and it’s just a matter of chance how old your body is when you connect with somebody,” said the actor, who turns 70 later this year. “It’s so odd when your bodies don’t match because one is very young and one is not so young.”

Plus, as Field noted, with a knowing grin, “If he were the woman and I were the man, this wouldn’t be so odd in people’s eyes.”

The act of pairing a male actor with a female love interest more than half his age has become something of a running — albeit, distressing — joke in Hollywood today. And save for Nancy Meyers’ Something’s Gotta Give (which cast Keanu Reeves as Diane Keaton’s love interest), the few films that do feature women of a certain age in a love story tend to also feature men who are their contemporaries (Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones in 2012’s Hope Springs, for example). That’s why, Field said, “it’s kind of a miracle this got made, especially today because you can’t define it and the studio system needs to be able to define a movie. Also, [because] the lead is an older woman … I feel it’s my responsibility to do what I can to give her some life. Maybe it’s because I grew up in a different era of film, but I’m fighting for Doris.”

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Field was born in 1946 in Pasadena, California, a mere 15 miles from Hollywood. Her parents divorced when she was 4 and, growing up, she struggled to find her place. “I was a little girl raised in the ‘50s in a dysfunctional family so I didn’t know where to put myself,” she said. “I didn’t have a connection with myself because I thought so much of me was not allowed.”

But that all changed when she discovered acting at 12 years old. “Everything that I wasn’t allowed to be in life was on the stage,” she said. “I was mean and I was nasty and then I was overly overtly sexual and then I could tuck it all away and say, ‘Oh gosh, I don’t know what came over me.’ The only reason I’m here is that it is my communication with myself, and it is my communication with people so I’m not so isolated. We’re all so isolated and acting is the only time I feel not alone.”

At 16, Field made her film debut — in a non-speaking role — in Disney’s 1962 sci-fi satire Moon Pilot. Three years later, she began to make a name for herself with a pair of back-to-back lead roles: first as the titular surfer in 1965’s Gidget and then as the resourceful Sister Bertrille in 1967’s The Flying Nun. “My evolution as an actor was really unorthodox. I didn’t come from a prestigious acting university. I was the mutt of the group,” she said. “It forced me to have to learn.” But when she tried to parlay her television success into feature film work, Field was unequivocally rebuffed by everyone in town. Not because she was a TV actor, but because she was a woman.

“Men? Sure. We had Steve McQueen and James Garner and Clint Eastwood. They’re gorgeous and they’re men — they’re allowed,” she said, her voice adopting a stern affectation, of actors who went from television to film. “But can you name the women? Goldie [Hawn] transitioned, but Goldie was part of this hugely popular ‘60s, hippie whole thing. I was the Flying Nun. And I was Gidget before that. These things were stamped on my forehead, stamped on my passport into the next part of my career. ‘I’m sorry, rejected!’ So I had to fight. I had to overcome that. I had to be very honest with myself: How can I get good enough that they can’t say no?

So for the six years after The Flying Nun came to an end, Field trained and auditioned and fought. She fought against the industry’s expectations of women and the expectations she had for herself.

While Field was fighting for film work with middling success, a television role ended up being the project that changed her career: the 1976 TV movie Sybil, about a young woman with multiple personality disorder. Field’s performance earned her widespread critical acclaim and her first Emmy. She laughed looking back on the irony that her big Hollywood breakthrough arrived via the exact medium she was trying to escape.

Soon after, Field’s film career flourished. She went on to star in 1977’s Smokey and the Bandit, 1979’s Norma Rae (for which she won her first Best Actress Oscar), 1984’s Places in the Heart (her second Oscar), 1989’s Steel Magnolias, 1991’s Not Without My Daughter, 1993’s Mrs. Doubtfire, and 1994’s Oscar-winning Forrest Gump.

But amid all of these high-profile roles that almost consistently drew critical acclaim and awards attention, Field was struggling behind the scenes to create her own material. In 1984, she started Fogwood Films, a production company with Laura Ziskin, an acclaimed film producer (Pretty Woman, To Die For, Courage Under Fire, As Good as It Gets) who was the first woman to produce the Academy Awards alone in 2002. Field’s production company later teamed up with Kevin McCormick (Saturday Night Fever).

“It was extremely difficult to get really interesting, diverse projects set up,” Field said, curling up into the corner of a couch inside the soundstage that doubles for a family home. “They weren’t interested in seeing nurses in Vietnam; this was before Platoon. I’ve got news for you, audiences would have been interested in seeing it and it should have been made. We were beating on the doors. But in those days, the Sundance Film Festival hadn’t happened like it is, independent film wasn’t available… there wasn’t the same kind of drumbeat to find a way to get a film made that’s so unique.”

“There’s a relentless forest fire inside of me.”

But Field was — and, to some degree, still is — conflicted about how outspoken she should be in regard to the lack of opportunities available to women in Hollywood.

“I remember when Diane Keaton commented on this because she too had a development company and it was impossible for us to find projects or get them developed,” Field recalled. “She said, ‘This is not fair! The difference between projects available to men and available to women is not fair!’ And they slammed her for that. They called her a whiner.”

In that moment — and in many that followed — Field said she felt the industry sent her, and all female actors, a nonverbal cue to be quiet and be thankful for the roles they were getting. Though things have improved in the 30-plus years since Field has been working as a producer, plenty hasn’t (i.e., the ongoing gender pay disparity is a conversation that both excites Field and gives her a bit of déjà vu).

“A sign of progress is when the proof is in the pudding. Show me where that is, folks. I don’t know,” said Field, citing several so-called “moments” for women in Hollywood that have come and gone with little permanent change. “There’s a huge conversation about diversity happening across the boards — which is what it always should have been — that has to do with color and race and gender preferences and men and women. I think perhaps the fact it’s not just women now, that there’s others involved… I have to say, honestly, the fact men are involved. Thank god for African-American men. You go, boys! We’re right behind you. Because the women would still be shut out. It’s sad but true. If it were just Jen Lawrence and Amy Schumer — bless their beautiful, talented hearts — they would be shut out. I know it. It would be, ‘Oh, poor little rich girl.’ You know? So I’m standing right behind Beasts of No Nation. I’m with them. Maybe that’s because of my generation of women, who kind of went, ‘I already feel beat up, so I am accepting it.’ I [didn’t] head right towards them and say, ‘Ef you and the horse you rode in on.’ Which, you know, might not have been a bad idea.”

But Field’s frustration with the lack of opportunity and the reinforced idea that she should be happy with what was being offered didn’t diminish her persistence. Although, some days, she almost wishes it would. “There’s a relentless forest fire inside of me [and] I wish my fires would begin to dim,” she said, with a small chuckle. “You find a way to do the work you want to do, whether it’s on the big screen, the small screen, the stage, you just find a way.”

And Field did just that. Despite the effort she made to escape television for the more prestigious film world in the ‘70s, she returned to television in 2000 to play Maggie Wyczenski, the bipolar mother of Abby Lockhart’s (Maura Tierney) on NBC’s ER.

By that point, Field was a two-time Best Actress Oscar winner and the idea of A-list actors moving to television was unheard of. But the opportunities that had made Field one of the top female actors in the ‘80s and ‘90s had begun to dwindle. “Even when I was supposedly at the top of my game or in my prime, or whatever they call it, even then it was very hard to find projects,” she said. Her last sole starring role in a film was 1996’s revenge thriller Eye for an Eye. “I would be lucky if one came to me a year and I would think, Oh thank god! I found one!

“Even when I was supposedly at the top of my game, it was very hard to find projects.”

The professional realization Field came to nearly two decades ago is now the de facto outlook on the industry at large, where Oscar winners are heading from the big screen to the small one in search of more complex, rewarding roles.

“I taught myself not to care about what is the prestigious move and what is not,” said the actor, who won an Emmy in 2001 for her work on ER and another in 2007 for Brothers & Sisters, where she played Nora Walker, the matriarch of an incredibly tight-knit family. “I’ve taught myself to take the part of me that feels like, Oh, I want to be starring in films, and put it in a nice little box with a ribbon on it, pack it away, and say, ‘That’s dandy, honey.’ Because there’s a bigger, more important part of me that just wants to act.”

It’s a “gnawing, scratching” feeling inside of her that she said screams, “Let me in there, boss! Let me off the bench! Let me do it! Let me do it! I can be big, I can be bad, I can be short, I could be blonde, I could be old, I could be young, just let me loose!”

Because, even after a half century of success, Sally Field is still a fighter.

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Sally Field Said Tommy Lee Jones Was The Worst Kisser Of Her Career

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1. Last night, Sally Field and Max Greenfield stopped by Watch What Happens Live to chat about their new movie Hello, My Name Is Doris.

2. Now, Sally’s been making headlines for her recent TV makeout sessions on The Late Show and Ellen.

3. So of course, a caller phoned in to get the deets on who the worst kisser of Sally’s career was.

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5. The two starred together in the 1985 rom-com Murphy’s Romance.

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6. As for the worst kisser of her career, Sally didn’t hold back.

Sally and Tommy were in the 1981 rom-com Back Roads.

7. She didn’t go into too much detail, just that it was during a “bad phase of his life.”

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8. Since Sally and Max make out in Hello, My Name Is Doris, Andy had to ask where Max falls on the spectrum.

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Selena Gomez Used To Be Obsessed With Jesse McCartney Just Like The Rest Of Us

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1. Remember this jam/bae/the man you thought you were going to marry growing up?

2. OF COURSE YOU DO — it’s fucking JESSE MCCARTNEY and the 2004 bop “Beautiful Soul!”

3. Well, it turns out that even Selena Gomez was hypnotized by Jesse’s frosted tips. She told BBC Radio 1 during a sit-down interview on Friday that she was obsessed with the pop singer, just like ALL OF US in the early ’00s.

4. She was so obsessed, in fact, that she had a Jesse McCartney screensaver and binder.


    1. YES! She should go for it for all of us.

    2. NO! She “used” to be obsessed with him.

    3. New number, who’s Jesse McCartney?

Selena Gomez Used To Be Obsessed With Jesse McCartney Just Like The Rest Of Us


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    The Cast Of “Captain America: Civil War” Dominated Tumblr With An Epic Q&A

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    We had the cast of Captain America: Civil War take over BuzzFeed’s Tumblr to answer any and all questions you had for the actors. Here are some of their answers:

    1. I’m not on any team, so what are you going to offer me to choose a side? —thequeenofgood

    Jenna Williams / BuzzFeed

    SS/CE: All your wildest dreams will come true.

    Macey J. Foronda / BuzzFeed

    RDJ: Last chance. Join #TeamIronMan and Chris Evans will take you to Disneyland. He’s there 3x a week, anyway.

    2. How will Bucky celebrate his 99th birthday? Which is today BTW. —bisexualhorrorstory

    Jenna Williams / BuzzFeed

    SS: Happy Birthday Buck Barnes. 99!!

    3. Do you honestly think Steve wouldn’t swear/would be bothered by swearing? That guy fought in WWII, let’s be serious. —Anonymous

    Macey J. Foronda / BuzzFeed


    4. Dear Chris Evans, If you had to use three words to describe the relationship between Steve and Sam, what would they be? —Anonymous

    Jenna Williams / BuzzFeed

    5. If your crew was a family, who would be in the roles of mom and dad? —pinkparadox-anime

    Macey J. Foronda / BuzzFeed

    6. Sum up Civil War in three words. —marvelousmylife

    Jenna Williams / BuzzFeed

    7. What would you say to convince me to join your team?

    Macey J. Foronda / BuzzFeed

    8. If Tony has a Dora watch, what character would Steve’s watch be? —hisbuck

    Jenna Williams / BuzzFeed

    9. If you were given the opportunity to build a mixtape for Captain America: Civil War movie, what songs would you add and why? —your-seme

    Sebastian Stan / Spotify

    —Sebastian Stan

    10. What does Robert geek out about? What does Tony geek out about?

    Macey J. Foronda / BuzzFeed

    Me: UFC, history, design.
    Tony: Tesseracts, Ms. Potts, weapons.

    11. I actually dumped someone because they were Team Iron Man and I’m Team Cap. Is that bad? —ragingbrunette

    Macey J. Foronda / BuzzFeed

    CB: Well, there are some issues that can’t be fixed, right? #TeamIronman

    12. What pop song do you think would be your character’s guilty pleasure? —tychalla

    Jenna Williams / BuzzFeed

    13. What is one thing you would change about Iron Man’s suit?

    Macey J. Foronda / BuzzFeed

    RDJ: I might enjoy a feather boa around the midriff?

    14. Which team do you guys think would beat the other at karaoke? —nkicks

    Jenna Williams / BuzzFeed

    Questions have been edited for clarity and/or length.

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    Tyra Banks Is Embarrassed By Old Throwback Photos Just Like The Rest Of Us

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    1. This amazing human, who resides on a completely different plane of existence, where there is an abundance of love and light, is Tyra Banks.

    Mark Mainz / Getty Images

    2. As most people know, she was a remarkable supermodel for a huge part of her career…

    Frank Micelotta / Getty Images

    3. …and she was the host of a little reality show called America’s Next Top Model, which ran for more than a decade.

    4. She’s also the queen of funny GIFs and iconic statements.

    Great commentary, as usual.

    5. But all of that aside, Tyra continued to her duty as the World’s Most Relatable Celeb™ when she posted this throwback photo on Instagram.

    And her caption says it all: “Everybody makes mistakes.”

    6. Tyra wore this outfit to an ANTM finale party in 2004, but clearly she feels differently about the skin tight outfit now, which is probably how most of us feel when we see old pics of ourselves.

    Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images

    7. No worries, TyTy, you’re still the fiercest one to ever set foot on the catwalk.

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    Idris Elba Went To Collect His OBE Off The Queen Looking Like Goddamn James Bond

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    1. As we all know, Idris Elba is an absolute god of a man. Apart from the obvious he is extremely talented and exceeds all human possibilities.

    2. So on Friday he was awarded an OBE by the ACTUAL QUEEN OF ENGLAND for his services to drama.

    3. And this is how he turned up.

    6. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    8. And here he is with his proud mother.

    @BritishMonarchy Made my *Mum very happy today!!

    — Idris Elba (@idriselba)

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