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The Guardians of the Galaxy star thinks "sexism is much stronger and it’s much more aggressive" than racism.
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The actress says that Tinseltown’s rejection of Trump earned him empathy from Americans.
The makeup-free movement is alive and well in Hollywood. We've grown accustomed to seeing our favorite celebrities go bare faced on Instagram, but famous beauties like Alicia Keys are taking their "I woke up like this" steez beyond the confines of social media. Over the past few months, we've watched the singer trade in layers of cosmetics for naked skin and an assortment of stylish head wraps on the red carpet. And with no signs of retiring her new outlook, the number of A-listers doing the same has grown exponentially. Earlier this week, Gabrielle Union captioned a makeup-free Snap with the caption, "No makeup, head wrap, hey Alicia Keys I see you!," while others, including Eniko Hart and Laverne Cox, are flaunting fresh skin in the manner. At the end of the day, going bare faced isn't better than wearing makeup and vice versa; do what makes you happy! However, it is still refreshing to see A-listers embrace their natural beauty in front of millions, so we're taking a look back at their most breathtaking makeup free moments so far.
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"I think Zoe Saldana’s a great actress. So I am looking forward to it. She is of African descent—I don’t see why she shouldn’t play the role," said Queen Latifah.
Set to be released in theaters April 22, Nina also stars David Oyelowo.