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16 Creepy Clown GIFs That Will Scare the Sh*t Out of You

Ring the alarm! Creepy clowns are having a moment again. After terrorizing several states with random sightings in 2016, clowns are rising in popularity this year thanks to the latest adaption of Stephen King’s It and the current season of American Horror Story: Cult. In between obsessing over the actor who plays Pennywise the Clown, and trying to figure out if the clowns in AHS: Cult are real, people are clearly invested in all things clown-related. If you’re feeling brave enough, keep reading and see if you can make it through these 16 scary clown GIFs without sh*tting yourself.

16 Creepy Clown GIFs That Will Scare the Sh*t Out of You

Ring the alarm! Creepy clowns are having a moment again. After terrorizing several states with random sightings in 2016, clowns are rising in popularity this year thanks to the latest adaption of Stephen King’s It and the current season of American Horror Story: Cult. In between obsessing over the actor who plays Pennywise the Clown, and trying to figure out if the clowns in AHS: Cult are real, people are clearly invested in all things clown-related. If you’re feeling brave enough, keep reading and see if you can make it through these 16 scary clown GIFs without sh*tting yourself.

That’s Amore! 20 Sweet Pictures of Colin Firth and His Wife, Livia

Colin Firth and his wife, Italian film director Livia Giuggioli, tied the knot in Italy in 1997 and welcomed two sons, 16-year-old Luca and 14-year-old Matteo. Their love story made headlines recently when the handsome British actor revealed that he was accepted for Italian citizenship in the wake of Brexit; given that Livia and their sons, who were both born in Rome, already have dual citizenship in the country, Colin “thought it sensible that we should all get the same.” That’s amore! Colin and Livia have shared lots of sweet moments over the years, whether attending premieres or award shows. Read on for the best photos of their 20-year romance.

That’s Amore! 20 Sweet Pictures of Colin Firth and His Wife, Livia

Colin Firth and his wife, Italian film director Livia Giuggioli, tied the knot in Italy in 1997 and welcomed two sons, 16-year-old Luca and 14-year-old Matteo. Their love story made headlines recently when the handsome British actor revealed that he was accepted for Italian citizenship in the wake of Brexit; given that Livia and their sons, who were both born in Rome, already have dual citizenship in the country, Colin “thought it sensible that we should all get the same.” That’s amore! Colin and Livia have shared lots of sweet moments over the years, whether attending premieres or award shows. Read on for the best photos of their 20-year romance.

11 Romantic Comedies That You’ll Actually Want to See This Year

We’ve long been bemoaning the lack of new, good romantic comedies, but there have actually been quite a few good ones already this year. The best ones have been pretty under-the-radar (the best kind, TBH), and more are still coming out in the coming months. For now, take a look at these 11 films with seriously sweet potential. (And if you missed any of last year’s romantic comedies, now is the time to watch them from home!)

11 Romantic Comedies That You’ll Actually Want to See This Year

We’ve long been bemoaning the lack of new, good romantic comedies, but there have actually been quite a few good ones already this year. The best ones have been pretty under-the-radar (the best kind, TBH), and more are still coming out in the coming months. For now, take a look at these 11 films with seriously sweet potential. (And if you missed any of last year’s romantic comedies, now is the time to watch them from home!)

If You Can’t Bear to Let Pretty Little Liars Go, We Have Some Huge News

If you’re still bummed about the end of Pretty Little Liars, we have news. Freeform has announced a new spinoff series called Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists. Even though the story with Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily has come to an end, we’re veering off into a radical new direction with two very familiar faces: that’s right, Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish are reprising their respective roles of Alison DiLaurentis and Mona Vanderwaal. While we won’t be returning to the town where it all started (and we’re likely not going to see any of the other stars), we’re venturing into new territory with new characters . . . and a fresh murder.

The show is another book-to-TV adaptation from the same author who wrote the PLL book series: Sara Shepard. In a new press release, Freeform outlined the concept of the show: “Everything about the town of Beacon Heights seems perfect, from their top-tier college to their overachieving residents. But nothing in Beacon Heights is as it appears to be. The stress of needing to be perfect leads to the town’s first murder. Behind every Perfectionist is a secret, a lie and a needed alibi.” Damn, sounds like all that death on PLL is definitely going to be a component going forward.

“The stress of needing to be perfect leads to the town’s first murder. Behind every Perfectionist is a secret, a lie and a needed alibi.”

What’s interesting is, the source material actually doesn’t contain Alison and Mona. In the Perfectionists book, the main characters are named Ava, Caitlin, Mackenzie, Julie, and Parker. So in adapting it to screen, creator I. Marlene King is essentially mashing it together with the Pretty Little Liars universe she’s already brought to life. But does that mean Ali and Mona are replacing two of these characters? Or will they join the club and turn the whole squad into a rollicking group of seven?

Here’s what else isn’t clear: is The Perfectionists taking place after the events of Pretty Little Liars? Do you mean to tell me that Mona and Ali, who have only just defeated a maniacal and evil twin, immediately stumble into the center of another murder controversy? It also seems like the press release is keen on noting that Beacon Heights is a college town, which means it could take place in the five-year gap that resulted from the time jump on PLL. If that were the case, it would be pretty weird for Ali to never mention anything related to it in the “flash forward” timeline.

Looks like we’ll just have to wait and see for ourselves to find out what the real deal is. Stay tuned as more details come to light.

If You Can’t Bear to Let Pretty Little Liars Go, We Have Some Huge News

If you’re still bummed about the end of Pretty Little Liars, we have news. Freeform has announced a new spinoff series called Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists. Even though the story with Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily has come to an end, we’re veering off into a radical new direction with two very familiar faces: that’s right, Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish are reprising their respective roles of Alison DiLaurentis and Mona Vanderwaal. While we won’t be returning to the town where it all started (and we’re likely not going to see any of the other stars), we’re venturing into new territory with new characters . . . and a fresh murder.

The show is another book-to-TV adaptation from the same author who wrote the PLL book series: Sara Shepard. In a new press release, Freeform outlined the concept of the show: “Everything about the town of Beacon Heights seems perfect, from their top-tier college to their overachieving residents. But nothing in Beacon Heights is as it appears to be. The stress of needing to be perfect leads to the town’s first murder. Behind every Perfectionist is a secret, a lie and a needed alibi.” Damn, sounds like all that death on PLL is definitely going to be a component going forward.

“The stress of needing to be perfect leads to the town’s first murder. Behind every Perfectionist is a secret, a lie and a needed alibi.”

What’s interesting is, the source material actually doesn’t contain Alison and Mona. In the Perfectionists book, the main characters are named Ava, Caitlin, Mackenzie, Julie, and Parker. So in adapting it to screen, creator I. Marlene King is essentially mashing it together with the Pretty Little Liars universe she’s already brought to life. But does that mean Ali and Mona are replacing two of these characters? Or will they join the club and turn the whole squad into a rollicking group of seven?

Here’s what else isn’t clear: is The Perfectionists taking place after the events of Pretty Little Liars? Do you mean to tell me that Mona and Ali, who have only just defeated a maniacal and evil twin, immediately stumble into the center of another murder controversy? It also seems like the press release is keen on noting that Beacon Heights is a college town, which means it could take place in the five-year gap that resulted from the time jump on PLL. If that were the case, it would be pretty weird for Ali to never mention anything related to it in the “flash forward” timeline.

Looks like we’ll just have to wait and see for ourselves to find out what the real deal is. Stay tuned as more details come to light.

Your Body Will Respond to This Video of Idris Elba Reading Fan Fiction About Himself

Leave it to Idris Elba to make a story about “sculpting his beautiful body out of sand” sound like a Nicholas Sparks novel. During promotion for his upcoming film The Mountain Between Us, the English actor indulged in reading some fan fiction about himself. Even though most of the stories are pretty absurd, Idris manages to handle the whole thing like a pro by keeping a straight face, although he can’t help but let out a giggle over the last one. Let’s just say there are “puff pastries” involved.

Here’s a Refresher on Everything That Happened at the End of This Is Us Season 1

After a long drought, our eyes will be seeing plenty of tears when This Is Us returns for season two on Sept. 26. While the first sneak peek already looks heartbreaking, we can’t help but feel a little fuzzy on how last season left off. It has been more than five months, after all. As you prep yourself for what is sure to be a full-on cry fest, here’s a refresher on where your favorite characters ended up on the season one finale.

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