Is this is how the #MeToo movement has affected a new generation of actors? Gradually it’s become hip to identify with non-binary- not too masculine and not too feminine. Heterosexual Timothee Chalamet personifies the less masculine demeanor that girls his age love. He played a gay teen in Call Me by Your Name and it made him a star. (Before #MeToo, if a male star played a gay role it was career suicide.) Timothee wore a gender-fluid women’s lace Vuitton jacket without a shirt to the Oscars, and a red backless halter top to the Venice Film Festival. He’s currently promoting his film Bones and All in which he plays a bisexual cannibal, on the cover of British Vogue. And he’s the first man to grace that cover without a female. Hyper-masculine movie stars (like Tom Hardy) should consider themselves warned! Keep in mind Brad Pitt is already wearing skirts…

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He got lucky as a teenager in the movie We Need to Talk About Kevin, moved on to The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Fantastic Beasts, and then he REALLY got lucky- he now has his own DC film The Flash, with an AMAZING future- yet Ezra Miller is blowing it ALL. Talk about lack of gratitude- this is what MOST ACTORS DREAM ABOUT! The Flash movie is ready for release next June, but Warner Bros can’t trust Miller promote the film doing interviews – even if he did show up. The studio has been searching for him for two weeks but he’s missing and on the run. After all those disorderly conduct and drug arrests, non-binary Miller has been accused of “grooming” non-binary teens online and running away with them. He has a 26 year old woman and her 3 kids hidden from her “violent” husband on his illegal marijuana farm in Vermont loaded with guns and drugs. Ezra COULD have had a fabulous career if he didn’t indulge in too many drugs and use too little common sense. (And he’ll get no plural pronouns from ME!)

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