Ezra Miller Experiences the Sinister Side of Psychology in 'The Stanford Prison Experiment' - TRAILER
IFC Films has released the first trailer for The Stanford Prison Experiment based on the infamous 1971 psychological study of the same name.
From the video's description:
What happens when a college psych study goes shockingly wrong? In this tense, psychological thriller based on the notorious true story, Billy Crudup stars as Stanford University professor Dr. Philip Zimbardo, who, in 1971, cast 24 student volunteers as prisoners and guards in a simulated jail to examine the source of abusive behavior in the prison system. The results astonished the world, as participants went from middle-class undergrads to drunk-with-power sadists and submissive victims in just a few days.
The film co-stars Ezra Miller, Olivia Thirlby, Jesse Carere, Keir Gilcrist and Thomas Mann and is scheduled for release on July 17.
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With the topic of mind uploading appearing in recent films such as Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Avatar, CHAPPiE and the upcoming Selfless starring Ben Kingsley and Ryan Reynolds, the ASAPScience guys decided to dig in and find out if our brains and memories might one day be able to be download, stored, and uploaded into something new.
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Need a refresher on all the informative, uplifting, sexy, and entertaining LGBT videos from this past week?
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In a new Pride 2015 video from underwear maker Andrew Christian, Topher DiMaggio, Ryan Rose, Diego Sans, Jacob Ford and Matt O’Reilly all share their coming out stories and overcoming struggles on their journey to self-acceptance.
All shirtless of course!
Alx James, a Vine star with over 7 million followers, came out as gay this past week in an emotional video posted on his YouTube page.
"This video is really for my family and for you guys," said James. "I feel like I haven't made a point to say 'Hi, this is who I am'"
In the 14 minute clip, James recounted the resentment he felt towards his parents growing up in the closet and discussed coming out in the context of his Christian faith.
Don't let someone tell you who you are. You know who you are and it's okay to be who you are. My advice to anyone who is struggling with their sexuality and they are a believer in Christ - don't let it stray you away from your faith. Don't let the church tell you that it's not okay to be who you are. Because it is. God does not make mistakes and God does not give you anything that you can't handle. He doesn't. It says it in the Bible.
Accepting others' differences can sometimes be difficult, but if the kids in this video are any indication for how the next generation handles diversity, the future looks to be in good hands.
Less than a week after reintroducing a disgusting bill allowing organizations to refuse service to gay couples simply by citing religious beliefs, Sen. Mike Lee warned to right-wing rag World Net Daily that churches an other religious institutions may have to close if the Supreme Court rules in favor of gay marriage this month.
A speech that's dry, witty, humorous, and most importantly makes you think, John Waters recent commencement address at the Rhode Island School of Design is definitely a must watch.
Check out this (J.K. Rowling approved) wizard wedding in Topeka, Kansas that likely had Shirley Phelps-Roper and the rest of her WBC orcs frothing at the mouth.
And did we mention the ceremony's soundtrack? Simpy magical.
In a timely send-up of Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar's music video "Bad Blood", comedians Jake Wilson and Jeffery Self highlight the absurdity of the FDA's ban on blodd donations from gay men who've had sex within the past year.
"Just the fact that they're making not great arguments doesn't mean that they're losing their fights," said MSNBC host Rachel Maddow. "Even as the logic keeps getting fuzzier and fuzzier and fuzzier on the anti-gay side, the political victories on the anti-gay side keep piling up."
The latest exhibits on display atop this anti-gay pile? North Carolina and Michigan's discriminatory new laws under the guise of "religious freedom."
Norwegian-Iranian singer Tooji, who represented Norway in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, is out with a sultry new video for his song "Father" featuring the mononymous musician having an illicit affair with a gay priest.
The NSFW black and white video ends with angel wings and some clerical copulation in front of stunned churchgoers. You're welcome.
YouTube vlogger Ingrid Nilsen, known for doling out beauty advice to her over 3.3 million followers, came out as gay this past week on her online channel.
Said Nilsen in the emotional clip:
"I'm shaking right now because this moment is real and it's here and I've been waiting for this a long time....I want to sit down and talk to you and have this conversation just as I've had this conversation with friends and people who are close to me in my life."
It's 20-minutes long, but well worth the watch. Nilsen is beautiful inside and out.
Robert Jeffress: Gay Wedding Cake Wars Will Escalate Into Full-Fledged Holocaust Against Christians - VIDEO
Prominent opponents of same-sex marriage continue to go out with a bang.
Earlier we told you about a pledge signed by anti-LGBT leaders who claim they would go to jail in defiance of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of nationwide marriage equality.
Among those who signed the pledge was the Rev. Robert Jeffress, senior pastor at First Baptist Church of Dallas.
Jeffress also recently made yet another appearance on Fox News, where host Sean Hannity responded to Bill Maher's claim that Christians aren't really being persecuted in America, according to Mediaite.
Jeffress agreed with Hannity and said:
“It doesn’t rise to the level of having their head chopped off by ISIS in the Middle East, but it’s all the same attitude that allows for those attacks.
“I want to remind people that, you know, the Nazis weren’t able to take the Jews to the crematoriums immediately. The German people wouldn’t have allowed for it. Instead, the Nazis had to change public opinion. They marginalized the Jewish people, disparaged them, and make them objects of contempt.”
When even Hannity questioned whether Jeffress really believes that, the pastor responded:
“Absolutely, they are being marginalized right now, treated as objects of contempt by the media, and once that happens, then the taking away of further rights will be very easy.”
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The pro-LGBT Texas Freedom Network responded to Jeffress' comments:
Such statements aren’t just absurd. They’re also offensive to the memory of the millions of Jews and others who were slaughtered by the Nazis. Jeffress should be ashamed of himself.
Back in February, Jeffress said Christians being forced to bake gay wedding cakes was a sign of the Antichrist. Another sign? President Barack Obama.
In a move that's sure to stick in the craw of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation's Michael Weinstein, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors this past Tuesday passed a motion authored by Supervisor Sheila Kuehl (pictured) that aims to implement a program for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) distribution to counter the spread of HIV.
"PrEP is not a silver bullet, it’s not a panacea, but it is another tool that we need to offer our county residents who are at high risk of contracting HIV," Kuehl said. She added that the PrEP, combined with other HIV prevention tools, will make it possible to "dramatically reduce new HIV infections."
An estimated 1,850 men and women became infected with HIV in Los Angeles county last year - down slightly from 2013's 1,913 new infections - and while condoms can help curtail the spread of infection, PrEP has proven itself to be an invaluable tool that is underutilized in the fight against HIV. The Department of Public Health’s Division of HIV and STD Programs are developing strategies to cope with the obstacles that stand in the way of a PrEP regimen, including education and awareness, distribution, and cost.
A network of public and private clinics would be able to provide significant geographical coverage of the Los Angeles county and help diminish the issues of patient awareness of the program and the ability to distribute the drug. There does not yet seem to be a strategy in place to address the cost, but it is feasible that Los Angeles would adopt strategies similar to San Francisco where patients meeting certain criteria can acquire the medication at a deeply discounted rate, including discounts up to 100% for specific cases.
You can also read Weinstein's AHF press release reaction to the news here.
After over two decades of waiting following the release of Jurassic Park, audiences are finally able to witness what a "fully functional" dinosaur theme park would look like now that Jurassic World has arrived in theaters.
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