George Janko, Brittany Furlan, Marcel Nahapetian, Callan Potter, Eliana Jones, Miles Elliot, Laura Herring, Michael Gallagher, Matthew Glave, Michael Wormser, Jana Winternitz, Steve Greene, Patrick O’Sullivan, Steven Cox, and Robert Grant were also pictured at the event.
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The Allegiant actress, who has been protesting alongside others at the Dakota Access Pipeline, wrote about what the pipeline would do, standing by her not guilty plea, and more.
“I was in North Dakota, standing in solidarity, side-by-side with a group of over 200 water protectors, people who are fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline. People who carry a rainbow of colors on their skin. People who gathered together because they realize that if we don’t begin taking genuine steps to protect our precious resources—our soil, our water, our essential elements—we will not have a healthy or thriving planet to pass on to future generations. I was in North Dakota, standing side by side with Native Americans. You know, those who were here before us. Well, guess what, America? They’re still here. And they are still fighting the good fight. A fight that serves each and every one of us,” she begun.
Shailene continued later, “The reason we were freezing our a—es off on Oct. 10 in peaceful protest was because the night before (mind you, right after the presidential debate and on the eve of Indigenous Peoples’ Day—coincidence?) the U.S. Court of Appeals denied an injunction to halt construction of the pipeline. As in: They began building once again. Whatever your cause is. Whatever your passion is. Whatever you care about most… none of your efforts or hard-earned opinions will matter when the planet and the people you’re fighting for have nothing left to show for it.”
Read the rest of Shailene‘s moving essay now on TIME.
The track was written by Little Mix, Camille Purcell, Iain James and Electric , and is the first single off of the group’s forthcoming album, Glory Days.
“I think ‘Shout Out’ is an introduction,” Jade told us. “It’s quite poppy but a little bit more mature than the last album. There are dance songs on there and there are a couple of ballads on there. It’s a little bit more mature. We’ve become a little bit sassier.”
Gabriel Bateman has landed the lead role in the remake of the movie Benji. The movie is a remake of the hit 1974 film, and is already in production in New Orleans. Gabriel recently starred in this summer’s spooky horror film Lights Out.
The postapocalyptic film I Think We’re Alone Now, centers on Del (Drinklage), who finds his innermost fantasies of seclusion realized when the rest of humanity is wiped out in a mysterious incident. But then a second survivor (Fanning) arrives and threatens to disrupt his newfound sense of order.