Top 15 Popular Celebrities Videos Of Taking Ice Bucket Challenge For ALS

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Celebrities including CEOs, musicians, actors, wrestlers have taken this ice bucket challenge as a video to help the ALS Foundation for raising millions of dollars. Here is the sum up videos of  the celebrities taking the trending #icebucketchallenge.

#1 Apple CEO Tim Cook



#2 Mark Zuckerberg



#3 Martha Stewart



#4 Dave Bautista



#5 Cristiano Ronaldo



#6 Lil Wayne



#7 Selena Gomez



#8 Bill gates



#9 Justin Bieber



#10 Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson



#11 Oprah



#12 Justin Timberlake



#13 Robert Downey Jr.


#14 Jennifer Lopez



#15 Demi Levato



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Micheal Jackson hologram breathtaking performance at Billboard Music Awards 2014

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Micheal Jackson, the King of Pop, who have millions of fans all over the world died in 2009. For cheering his fans, he crowd gave a standing ovation for the projection of Micheal.

The BBMA director and producer, Larry klein had been planning for this performance for the past six months. Talking about something that actually did not exist was really weird and tough to implement, says Larry. As a result of this six months plan, they did a very good job in filming, choreography and the overall performance.

The performance was a visual treat for all the fans of Jackson. Most of his fans teared at the awards. Even though this performance is not the first posthumous artist to be reconstituted by projection but anyway, no one can stop the huge crowd assembled during the performance. Micheal Jackson hologram emerged in gold jacket, white T-shirt with brick red trousers. The holographic form of Jackson rocking out to “Slave to the Rhythm” from his new album Xscape. The dancers were in ancient costumes performing together with the hologram which brought the memory of the King of Pop.


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BBMA producers built a special stage for this holographic performance at the MGM Grand Arena. It is important to note that the stage was used only for the performance of Jackson alone. The performance includes lasers, streams of flames and 16 dancers. Just before the presentation, BBMA director Larry says that you’re going to watch a magical performance of Micheal Jackson and a moonwalk being one of them like you would have when he was performing before he dies.
The Xscape album was actually released earlier this month, but the surprise was destroyed a few days early by litigation between several holographic companies over the tech being used. Most of his fans accept this as a perfect honor for their idol but some of them felt it like a creepy.

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6 Most popular female singers in trend now

Music is a precious gift of nature. No one in the world, could hate music. But in fact, everyone has their own taste in music, some bodies like Pop music, and some bodies like Rock or Jazz something like that. Everybody loves music, but their taste may vary. Here we revealed some interesting facts about the most popular female singers in trend now.

6. Nicki Minaj

The birth name of Nicki Minaj is “Onika Tanya Maraj,” and she is a well-known American singer. She is quite familiar in the field of rap, songwriting and acting too. She got the sixth place in our list because, one of the main reasons is, she has around seventeen million followers in the twitter alone. She became more familiar by her very first album Pink Friday in 2010. Pink Friday album gained the first position on the US Billboard 200. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) was awarded platinum for this album.


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5. Beyoncé

Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter was born on America. She became very famous for her unique recording style and acting talents. She was interested and performed in numerous singing and dancing competitions in her childhood. She was a brilliant performer in a music genre which was managed by her father. In deed, Beyoncé’s first album “Dangerously in Love” took her to the peak of the mountain. Her debut album achieved five Grammy Awards.




4. Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga, a very familiar stage name in the field of music industry. Lady Gaga’s actual name is “Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta.” She is a multi-talented American artist who can make things happen in various fields such as fashion designing, record producing, business, acting and philanthropist. Lady Gaga’s debut album “The Fame” (2008) helps to start her music career with a massive success.


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3. Taylor Swift

The full name of this American singer & songwriter is “Taylor Alison Swift.” She has some gifted talents in song writing and singing too. She released her debut album in her own name ” Taylor Swift” in 2006, which makes her a great music star in the country. She achieved a milestone in her second album “Fearless,” which became the best-selling music album of 2009. Fearless won four Grammy Awards. And she was the youngest artist who won the “Album of the Year” award.


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2. Adele

Adele started her career from a social media (MySpace) Her full name is “Adele Laurie Blue Adkins.” She is a british singer as well as a song writer. She got an offer from XL Recordings for a recording contract because of her performance in a demo posted in 2006 on MySpace. She gained millions of fans and followers within a short period by her magical voice. Adele got some memorable awards at the Grammy awards(2009) such as Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best New Artist. Adele’s debut album was certified platinum for four times in the United Kingdom and double platinum in the United States. This influence makes her to achieve the second place in our list.




1. Rihanna

The top rated female singer in trend now is definitely none other than the Pop Queen Rihanna. She started her career in 2005 by her debut album “Music of the Sun.” She has an unstoppable followers rate in the twitter, makes her more unique than others. Rihanna got numerous awards such as six awards from Grammy awards, twenty two Billboard awards, eight American music awards and much more. She has a record of selling out 32 million albums. So that she got the first place in our list, and she really deserved it.



If we do miss any of your favorite popular singers, please let us know in comments below.
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5 Bizarre Inspirations Behind Famous Movie Scenes

As a creative type, I find myself watching a movie and wondering what inspired the filmmakers to tell this specific story in this specific way. Not just the plot, but characters, props, and the decision to let Sylvester Stallone speak. As you’ll see, sometimes those inspirations are weird as shit …

#5. “Slow-Mo” Scenes in Dredd Were Inspired by a Slowed Down Justin Bieber Song

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2012’s Dredd was a man-trapped-in-a-building action movie that was equal parts science fiction and footage of a dead whale’s stomach exploding. A lot of the movie’s goriest, most violent moments happen after characters take a drug called Slo-Mo that slows down the user’s perception of time and makes his surroundings glimmer with a diamond-like radiance … and then Dredd busts into the room and kills everyone and we get to see bullets tear people’s faces apart in vivid, stomach-turning detail. All the Slo-Mo hyper-violence was set to a beautiful, majestic musical score. If you were floating to heaven, the music from Dredd’s Slo-Mo scenes is what you would expect to hear as chubby naked cherubs escort your dead ass into eternity.

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It was a brilliant musical choice that offset the ghastly violence, so of course it was inspired by Justin Bieber. Yeah, that bratty Canadian pop star we all try really hard to ignore (news of his shitty escapades is as persistent as an itchy butthole) is indirectly responsible for some of the best shootout scenes in recent memory.

Dredd’s composer, Paul Leonard-Morgan, showed an early cut of the movie to his friend and massive Judge Dredd fan Geoff Barrow, an original member of the trip-hop band Portishead. The Slo-Mo scenes reminded Barrow of a cool thing he had seen on the Internet where someone slowed down a Justin Bieber song by 800 percent and the result was an entirely different song that felt ethereal, otherworldly, and much more dramatic. Beautiful, even. Did I mention it was a goddamn Justin Bieber song? Because it was. It was a goddamn Justin Bieber song.

Leonard-Morgan used the track above as the temp track for Slo-Mo scenes on an early cut of the film, then made his own version of it for the final score by recording a track and slowing it down.

Finally, and without being too libelous, I can say that Justin Bieber can be linked to a slew of brutal murders. Speaking of brutal murders …

#4. Christian Bale Used Tom Cruise’s Vapid Eyes as Inspiration for Patrick Bateman in American Psycho

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If you ever want to genuinely question your sanity, watch the entirety of American Psycho at 2 a.m. while standing in front of your TV, naked. No sitting or even putting on socks — just stand there like a somewhat disturbing Michelangelo statue for an hour and 46 minutes. That’s what I did sometime last year. I walked by the TV after a shower, glanced over at the movie, and before I knew it, credits were rolling.

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During that worrisome viewing session in which I assure you no murder-boners were popped, I noticed how creepy Christian Bale’s eyes were. I will neither confirm nor deny creepy eye-related boners. Bale plays a 1980s Wall Street yuppie who, in his off time, is a brutal serial killer who works very hard on crafting a human-like persona to mask his insanity. It’s basically an adaptation of his off-screen persona during the filming of the Dark Knight trilogy.

For Bale, finding the Patrick Bateman within him meant venturing into the darkest, vilest pits of human pain and suffering: Tom Cruise’s eyes. Bale and the director of American Psycho, Mary Harron, discussed “how Martian-like Patrick Bateman was,” and how he was always “watching what people did and trying to work out the right way to behave.” Eventually, Bale found exactly that while watching David Letterman when Tom Cruise happened to be the guest. A strange thing Bale noticed about Tom Cruise was his “intense friendliness” that had “nothing behind the eyes.” Which is the nice way of saying, “Look at that creepy motherfucker. That guy is a goddamn corpse factory, I just know it. A perfect model for my serial killer character.”

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With that fortuitous viewing of a Letterman interview, Christian Bale had a real example he could use to create one of the craziest characters in film. That means Christian Bale had the same experience watching Tom Cruise pretend to be human as I did watching Christian Bale pretend he was pretending to be human. Was Christian Bale also naked at the time? Goddamn it, for the sake of my sanity, I really hope so.

#3. You Can Thank an Inflamed Bowel for the Chest-Burster Scene in Alien


Alien screenwriter Dan O’Bannon had been working on two scripts: The first was about a space crew investigating a signal from a nearby planetoid, and the second was about gremlins being a pain in the ass on a World War II-era B-17 bomber. Since each of those sounds stupid enough to star Corey Feldman and a talking dog, he combined them into one, but now he needed a way to get the alien on the ship to bridge the ideas. This is where real life intervened.

O’Bannon had spent decades struggling with Crohn’s disease, a painful inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract that made it feel like an alien was about to rip out of his stomach. So he wrote a scene where a baby alien ripped through someone’s stomach. When you see John Hurt flopping and flailing as an alien tears out of him, that’s really a reflection of a guy screaming while taking a painful dump. Gap filled. Iconic movie scene created. Worth it? Well, Crohn’s killed O’Bannon in 2009, so probably not.

On the bright side, we can be thankful O’Bannon wasn’t suffering from some terrible penis ailment. Who knows how phallic that movie could have been?

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#2. A World-Famous Drag Queen Inspired Ursula from The Little Mermaid


Soon after Harris Glenn Milstead became a fixture of the 1960s Maryland counterculture scene thanks to the massive parties he hosted while dressed in drag, he met film director John Waters. Waters nicknamed Milstead “Divine” and gave Divine starring roles in a bunch of his movies — all of which were part of Waters’ mission to make “the trashiest motion pictures in cinema history.”

How trashy? Well, in Pink Flamingos — a movie about two trashy families trying to out-trash each other — Divine sells babies on the black market (not for real), sells heroin in an elementary school (not for real), has incestuous sex with her brother (the sex was real, but the incest wasn’t) while crushing a live chicken (very real), and eats a chunk of dog shit just before the end credits rolled (totally 100 percent real; that link is a bit NSFW, by the way). It was a gross-out avant-garde comedic porno that turned Divine into an icon of the underground.


When Disney animators were in the character design phase of The Little Mermaid, they took one look at the chicken-crushing, dog shit-munching drag queen that was Divine and said, “Let’s put her in a Disney movie. You know, for kids.” And, BAM! She was born:


#1. The Millennium Falcon Was a Half-Eaten Burger

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The Millennium Falcon: You know what it is, you know what it looks like, and you know it wipes its ass with parsecs. Here’s something you might not know about Han Solo’s iconic space hooptie: It almost looked like the ship we find Princess Leia in at the start of the original Star Wars movie.

When legendary Star Wars concept artist Ralph McQuarrie was first designing the Millennium Falcon, all the different sketches were variations on the same theme — a long, Freudian tube with stuff jutting out of it.

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One of those sketches could have been the Millennium Falcon of today if not for a ’70s sci-fi TV show called Space: 1999, which featured a similar-looking ship called the Eagle Transporter. George Lucas told McQuarrie to redesign the whole thing, presumably under the threat that if he didn’t like it, he would replace it with a silly cartoon rabbit once technology caught up to his insanity.

They used the Falcon sketches as the basis for Leia’s transporter at the start of the movie, but they still didn’t have a Millennium Falcon. That all changed when Lucas ate the most important hamburger in the history of science fiction. According to the book Famous Spaceships of Fact and Fantasy, McQuarrie saw Lucas going to town on that burger like it was a dark harbinger of the neck flab to come, and he saw an olive skewered by a toothpick sticking out of the bun. Boom — add some spacy, sci-fi shit jutting out of it, and you’ve got the Millennium Falcon we love today.


Had Lucas been a vegetarian, the Millennium Falcon would have looked like kale with a side of quinoa.

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10 Celebrities You Never Knew Were Black

#1 Rashida Jones

She’s currently on Parks and Rec, but has been on The Office and in movies like The Social Network and I Love You, Man. Her dad is music mogul Quincy Jones. Her mother is actress Peggy Lipton.

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 Celebrities You Never Knew Were Black

#2 Mariah Carey

Mariah’s father was of African American and Venezuelan descent. Her mother is of Irish descent.

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#3 Maya Rudolph

You know her from Saturday Night Live and movies like Bridesmaids. Maya is the daughter of singer Minnie Riperton and music composer Richard Rudolph.

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#4 Wentworth Miller

Miller is probably best known for the show Prison Break. His father is African-American. His mother has Dutch, French, Swedish, Lebanese/Syrian, Austrian, and Polish ancestry.

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#5 Adriana Lima

You’re probably seen Adriana prancing around in her skimpies for Victoria’s Secret. She has Brazilian, African-Brazilian, Portuguese, French, and Caribbean heritage.

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#6 Gabrielle Reece

She was a world-class volleyball player. Now she’s a model. Her father was Trinidadian. He was killed in a plane crash when Gabrielle was five.

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#7 Slash

Saul Hudson, AKA Slash of Guns N Roses fame, is one of the best guitarists ever. His mother was African-American and his father is English.


#8 Pete Wentz

He’s the bassist for rockers Fall Out Boy. He was born Peter Lewis Kingston Wentz III and his mother is Jamaican.

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#9 Jennifer Beals

You want to watch Flashdance right now, don’t you? No famous parents here, but Jennifer’s father is African American and her mother was Irish.

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#10 Soledad O’Brien

She’s an anchor and correspondent for CNN, HBO’s Real Sports and Al Jazeera America’s America Tonight. Her mother is Cuban and her father is Australian.

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Mind-Blowing Movie Facts

#1 The Cold Chill Of Sweden

Contrary to belief, the 2011 version of “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” was filmed in Sweden during a record-breaking winter that was one of the country’s coldest seasons in more than 20 years.


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#2 A Whole Lotta Hair

Merida, the leading star of Pixar’s 2012 animated film “Brave”, officially became the franchises most difficult character to create because of her red hair. Pixar spent more than three years developing two unique software systems to coordinate the movement of 1,500 separate curls and the flow between Merida and her hairstyle.


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#3 What’s in a Sign?

Remember in Anchorman when Veronica had a night out at the Mexican restaurant, Escupimos en su Almiento? What does that translate to? We spit in your food.


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#4 Stu’s Tooth

Remember when Stu pulled out his own tooth in ‘The Hangover’? Turns out there were no special effects involved in that one. Ed Helms has a missing tooth so all he had to do was take out his fake!


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#5 An Expensive Disaster

In just one single afternoon of filming, three Aston Martin DBS vehicles – priced around $300,000 each – were destroyed during the set of “Casino Royale”.


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#6 A Screaming Similarity

Though it’s often not associated, the villain’s mask in the 1996 horror film “Scream” (and continuing series) is based off of Edvard Munch’s famous painting of the same name.


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#7 A Voice Worth A Million Dollars

During the filming of “Terminator 2: Judgement Day”, Arnold Schwarzenegger was awarded $15 million for his role which given the 700 words he spoke in the film, averaged out to $21,429 per word.


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#8 Total Realism

Because director Christopher Nolan prefers constructing movies with nothing but realism, massive rotating sets were built inside of a London airport hangar for the zero-gravity fight scenes in “Inception”. Since most of the sets rotated a full 360-degrees, actors such as Joseph Gordon-Levitt had to train for weeks to maneuver inside of them for filming.


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#9 Wearing Himself Thin

For his role as a middle-aged man in “Cast Away”, Tom Hanks didn’t exercise which allowed himself to become pudgy. In order for him to grow his hair out and lose 50 pounds, production had to stop for almost a year.


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#10 Real Pain

In the “chest-hair” scene in “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”, Steve Carrell actually had his chest hair waxed and removed in one take. Before filming, the comedian insisted as he told Judd Apatow special effects wouldn’t be as funny.


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#11 The Dark Voice

In one of the closing fight scenes in “The Dark Knight Rises”, actor Tom Hardy, who portrays Bane, accidentally attacked real police officers patrolling the area. As the scene was shot on Wall Street with a large number of extras, some officers accidentally blended in while filming and but weren’t seriously harmed by Hardy who was unable to see differences due to being “in-character”.


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#12 Evacuating Pirates

While filming “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”, cast and crew had to be evacuated to Los Angeles because of Hurricane Wilma getting closer to the coast.


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#13 A Total Wreck

In “Transformers: Dark Side Of The Moon”, almost 532 vehicles were destroyed in the film. No damage costs were reported because the cars were given away by an insurance company due to being flood-damaged.


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#14 ’90s Meets The 2000s’

Director James Cameron originally planned to release the movie “Avatar” in 1999 but because of the graphics/special effects he wanted, production would have cost up to $400 million. He then scrapped the film until a later date which produced a movie that was 40% live-action and 60% photo-realistic CGI.


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#15 A Rated R Relationship

When the movie “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” was first filmed, some intimate parts between Edward and Bella caused the film to receive an R rating from the MPAA. The crew then had to edit the movie to fit the PG-13 rating that better suits their audience.


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Top 12 Strongest Female Movie Characters

Top movie lists don’t have to be in numbers of “10”, and they don’t have to give homage to the same films over and over.

After perusing “Cinema’s Strongest Female Characters”, one wonders why female strength is still focused in the stereotypes of the early 20thcentury. Although Bette Davis plays a very strong role in the first movie on the list, “All About Eve,” the character is still ultimately concerned with her appearance and how to maintain her status as diva actress at all costs. At bottom, this film illuminates a woman succumbing to society’s notions of her, not expressing the multi-facets of inner and outer strength.

Among the first five movie covers on the list, three are shown with women in the embrace of men, and one shows only a man. Many of the movies on this lengthy list seem picked more in regard to relationship-based strength, award nominations, and media acclaim, and less in consideration of the actual strength of the female character.

The following list counters such notions by recognizing the ways in which women have evolved through film, and how female strength includes intellectual, emotional, and physical aspects. These characters are central to the story all by themselves, with independent voice and will.

#1 – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2009, trilogy): Noomi Rapace as Lisbeth Salander.

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Pervert destroyer and technological guru in a teeny-tiny tough-as-nails independent package of eccentric awesomeness. Lisbeth Salander embodies a universal sort of strength that is transcendent of gender and social norms. (Read an excellent review of Lisbeth Salander here:

#2 – The Color Purple: Whoopi Goldberg as Celie Johnson (1985): 

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Celie is cinematic proof that female power is an evolving process. She is unquestionably strong and compassionate from the beginning of the story, but once she finds her voice, Celie is one of the most beautiful examples of self-actualization ever written or portrayed.

#3 – Kill Bill, Vol. 1 & 2 (2003, 4): Uma Thurman as “The Bride”/Beatrix Kiddo.

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Kitana wielding assassin who achieves ultimate revenge and saves her child, with an unforgettable scene where she awakens from a coma and commands herself with the highest order of internal will to: “move your big toe.”

#4 – Alien(s) (1979, 1986, 1992): Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley. 

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In this epic, Ripley is the alien-battling, authority-asserting, uber-intelligent, goddess of sci-fi. She even kicks butt in a penal colony full of violent men, while expressing a sort of wild shaved-head femininity.

#5 – Silence of the Lambs (1991): Jodie Foster as Clarice Starling. 

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Young FBI agent willfully engages an incarcerated psychopathic cannibal and stops a sadistic serial killer with stoic grace and professional nerves of steel. (For an excellent review of this film, read here)

#6 – Elizabeth (1998): Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth.

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Female strength didn’t begin yesterday. Quote: “I am not your Elizabeth. I am no man’s Elizabeth. And if you think to rule, you are mistaken.”

#7 – Girlfight (2000): Michelle Rodriguez as Diana Guzman. 

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In spite of its rather cheeky title, this film features gritty fight scenes and an intensely realistic young woman with immense internal and external power. Quote: “I love you. I really do.” … And then Diana punches Adrian in the face.

#8 – House of Flying Daggers (2004): Ziyi Zhang as Jen Yu. 

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Impetuous and tradition-defying, sometimes even immature and vain, Jen Yu becomes a master fighter and a woman filled with inner peace. “I am the Invincible Sword Goddess, armed with the Green Destiny that knows no equal!”

#9 – Resident Evil (5 films: 2002-2012): Milla Jovovich as Alice. 

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The greatest action heroine of all-time. Her strength lies not only in her incredible martial arts and shooting skills, but in her intelligence and ability to overcome seemingly insurmountable odds over and over again.

#10 – Columbiana (2011): Zoe Saldana as Cataleya. 

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A young woman grows up to be a stone-cold assassin after witnessing her parents’ murder as a child in Bogota. A great movie that will keep your heart pounding until the last moment.

#11 – Aeon Flux (2005): Charlize Theron as Aeon Flux:

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Sci-fi justice-fighting political huntress risks all to uncover the truth and save the day. Charlize Theron looks breath taking in this film and incredible 180 from her film Monster.

#12 – The Matrix Revolutions (2003): Jada Pinkett Smith as Niobe. 

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Captain and uber-skilled pilot of the Zion hovercraft Logos. She may not be the main character, but Niobe portrays a combination of strength and independence in the film that is unmatched.

Note that characters with mostly realistic lives and environments were placed higher on the list than those of more supernatural quality and circumstances. Note also that many other films were considered for this list.

“Million Dollar Baby” was rejected because the female character becomes quadriplegic and dies. “Queen of the Damned” was abandoned because Akasha (played by Aaliyah) is deceived by Lestat and drained of blood. “Natural Born Killers” was rejected because even though Juliette Lewis is amazing as Mallory Knox, she is a relationship-based character and a serial killer (not so positive). And finally, “Gone with the Wind” was deleted after a great deal of thought—and a little pain. Vivien Leigh as Scarlet O’Hara is a testament of strength for the time-period, but alas, she whines over Ashley way too much and doesn’t do anything to challenge racism.

Recognizing female movie characters from the early 20th century for their strength is one thing, but asserting that female strength (and the perception of it) stopped there is simply absurd.