The Daily Heat Index: Olivia Munn Can Handle a Sword
Amy Schumer stops by Colbert, we find a new dinosaur down under, and Emilia Clarke talks sex on GoT.
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Olivia Munn is Going to Kill in X-Men: Apocalypse
During the course of production on 2016’s highly anticipated X-Men: Apocalypse, smokeshow Olivia Munn has graced us with several Insta vids proving she’s dedicated to the role. In what appears to be her last bout of training, we see her channel her inner-Psylocke to wield a sword and make us drool even more than we did before. Hopefully, we catch a few more glimpses of her kicking ass in the X-Men: Apocalypse trailer, rumored to premiere with The Martian.
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Sep 12, 2015 at 8:43am PDT
Australia’s Largest Meat-Eating Dino
Say hello to the “Lightning Claw,” a new species of dinosaur recently discovered in Australia. This fearsome beast is making waves in the scientific community, because its ancestors originally came form Argentina, debunking the popular theory that most of Australia’s dinos descended form Africa and South America. It’s about 22 feet long, with 10-inch claws. Science, you scary.
Cake by the Pound
Amy Schumer, aka the world’s resident funny girl, aka JLaw’s best friend, visited Stephen Colbert on The Late Show on Friday night and revealed her late night behavior at Jake Gyllenhaal’s apartment (no, not like that). Schumer explains that while renting Jake Gyllenhaal’s apartment (stars, they’re just like us!) she would snoop through his stuff, get drunk and eat his leftovers, namely, frozen birthday cake. Thankfully, Schumer brought video evidence onto The Late Show, and it’s equal parts hilarious and endearing. Talk about #goals.
Emilia Clarke Would Prefer to Keep Her Clothes On
In surprising news, Emilia Clarke says she “can’t stand” the sex scenes in Game of Thrones. Attributing it to her Britishness, the Mother of Dragons adds “‘I don’t want to have sex thrown in my face and I’ve always thought the suggestion is so much more titillating than the act itself.”
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