Lindsay Lohan waves to fans as she leaves her appearance at Good Morning Britain on Tuesday (February 21) in London, England.
On the show, the 30-year-old actress spoke about an experience she had while wearing a headscarf at the airport.
“When I was flying to New York recently I was wearing a headscarf and I got stopped at the airport and was racially profiled for the first time in my life,” Lindsay told co-hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid. “[The agent] opened my passport and saw Lindsay Lohan and started apologizing but said, ‘Take off your headscarf.’”
“I mean, it’s OK. But what scared me was that moment, how would another woman who doesn’t feel comfortable taking off her headscarf feel? That was really interesting to me. I was kind of in shock…It was strange… I’m from New York, born and raised. I was a little intimidated,” she continued.
Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black has written every episode of the upcoming event series When We Rise in hopes of saving some lives!
“I think this is one of the first times a major, public network is pushing out stories the way it ought to get pushed out there,” the 42-year-old director and producer expressed while attending a special screening for When We Rise at the Castro Theatre on Monday (February 20) in San Francisco, Calif.
“It is brave and bold and life-saving because there are a lot of young people who feel alone tonight and two weeks from now, they won’t,” Dustin added (via ABC News).
When We Rise chronicles the personal and political struggles, set-backs and triumphs of a diverse family of LGBT men and women who helped pioneer one of the last legs of the U.S. Civil Rights movement from its turbulent infancy in the 20th century to the once unfathomable successes of today. The period piece tells the history of the gay rights movement, starting with the Stonewall Riots in 1969 – Watch the trailer below!
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Angelina Jolie is opening up about her divorce from Brad Pitt, her new movie First They Killed My Father, and more in a new interview with Good Morning America.
“We are focusing on the health of our family,” Angelina told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos about her split. “So we will be stronger when we come out of this because that’s what we’re determined to do as a family.”
She also spoke of filming First They Killed My Father in Cambodia. “I don’t know much of my child’s birth parents but I believe they would have gone through this war,” Angelina said of her eldest son Maddox, 15. “I wanted to understand him and his culture in a deeper way and I wanted to bring this story to this country in their language.”
“So being with him on set and studying the history of his country with him and being with his fellow countrymen every day was extraordinary,” Angelina said. “Pax [her 13-year old] also worked on the film he did the still photography. It was very special.”
Shot over the course of three days in January at “the thrill capital of the world” – Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA – Katy explores Oblivia, a fictional futuristic theme park for her new hit single off of her upcoming fourth studio album, due out later this year.
Katy Perry – ‘Chained To The Rhythm’ ft. Skip Marley (Video)
Pedro Pascal wears a tin foil solar suit while on the cover of Solar Magazine‘s third issue, on newsstands February 23.
The 41-year-old actor is dubbed a “bad hombre” on the cover, in reference to something President Trump said on the campaign trail. Here is what he told the mag:
On starring in the Kingsman sequel: “Kingsman 2 was a particularly interesting experience because it was like a god damn circus of amazing movie stars: Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore, Colin Firth, Channing Tatum… It was actually extremely terrifying, but I think that the fan boy in me is so loud, that it over road the fear of being in that company.”
On Brexit: “I was in London when Brexit happened. It was dramatic how the atmosphere of the city changed over night. It was terrifying, sad and heartbreaking to see so many people shocked and bewildered by what they hadn’t predicted in terms of that vote.”
On religion and spirituality: “I don’t know what I believe in, at all, if anything I am a complete agnostic. I think the idea of God can be really quite silly. It’s not like spirituality is a foreign subject to me, but I personally haven’t developed any kind of relationship to it, but I do know that the most important thing is being a good person.”