Britney Spears might currently be battling her manipulative fame-hungry father for control over her mental autonomy, but no rule states she can’t be sexy in the process. This weekend the snarky songstress posted a super hot and sane video in which she looks like she’s dancing with the fast-forward button pressed IRL. It’s scary… sexy. It’s crazy… hot.
We can’t write about Spears’ super toned body without reminding everyone that the woman has had two children. To have two kids and still have one of the ab-solute best bods in the biz is truly mind-boggling. This Insta vid gives us a great look at Spears’ flat stomach, hot boobs, amazing legs, and of course, a reassuring glimpse into her current mental state. While we’re at it, here’s a clip of Spears’ delish jiggling booty that will help get you through this dreary Monday…
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If there was one thing to admire about 2007’s The Golden Compass, it’s that it was an unapologetically dark fantasy film. Sure its narrative was compressed to the point where many characters were reduced to glorified cameos, but at least it was a film with the courage of its convictions.
The book that film was based on is the first in a trilogy of stories by British author Philip Pullman titled His Dark Materials, which is the name adopted by HBO and BBC for their new adaptation of the saga. Based on Pullman’s books “Northern Lights” (aka The Golden Compass”), “The Subtle Knife,” and “The Amber Spyglass,” the stories are widely recognized as the first fantasy series firmly rooted in atheism: The bad guys in these stories are analogous to the Catholic Church.
They’ve gathered up some good talent here from the little girl who played Laura in Logan, to James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, and Lin-Manuel Miranda. While I love LMM, he’s playing the same role Sam Elliott played in The Golden Compass, which makes me wonder which actor is more accurate to the book’s description of the character, because those are two wildly different actors.
His Dark Materials is set to debut on both HBO and BBC sometime in the latter half of 2019.