Bella Thorne posted photos of herself dancing in a bikini because she was so ‘excited’ she got her period | The images were apparently taken when the 22-year-old was celebrating July 4 with her boyfriend, Benjamin Mascolo, on a yacht off the coast of Sicily.

Bella Thorne posted photos of herself dancing in a bikini because she was so ‘excited’ she got her period

Bella Thorne posted photos of herself dancing in a bikini because she was so ‘excited’ she got her period

Bella Thorne posted photos of herself dancing in a bikini because she was so ‘excited’ she got her period

Bella Thorne posted photos of herself dancing in a bikini because she was so ‘excited’ she got her period

Bella Thorne posted photos of herself dancing in a bikini because she was so ‘excited’ she got her period

Bella Thorne posted photos of herself dancing in a bikini because she was so ‘excited’ she got her period
Bella Thorne posted photos of herself dancing in a bikini because she was so ‘excited’ she got her period
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Bella Thorne attending the 2019 Porn Hub Awards.
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  • Bella Thorne recently posted three photos of herself in a black bikini, dancing around on a boat.
  • “I woke up with my period and this is how excited I am,” she wrote on Sunday.
  • The photos were apparently taken in July, when Thorne was celebrating Independence Day with her boyfriend, Benjamin Mascolo, on a yacht off the coast of Sicily.
  • “You are the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen in my entire life,” Mascolo commented.
  • See the photos below.

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The ‘Justice League’ Snyder Cut movement got a big burst of support from stars like Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot, and fans hope it will appear on HBO Max

The ‘Justice League’ Snyder Cut movement got a big burst of support from stars like Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot, and fans hope it will appear on HBO Max

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  • “Justice League” stars Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, and more tweeted on Sunday in support of the “Release the Snyder Cut” movement.
  • The movement calls for the studio Warner Bros. to release director Zack Snyder’s cut of the movie, which didn’t make it to theaters.
  • Snyder departed “Justice League” late in production after a family tragedy and “Avengers” director Joss Whedon stepped in for significant reshoots.
  • Former DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson and HBO’s “Watchmen” creator Damon Lindelof also posted to social media in support of the movement on Sunday.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Sunday was the two-year anniversary of the release of Warner Bros.’ superhero crossover “Justice League.” But instead of celebrating the movie’s theatrical release, its stars took to Twitter to demand the release of the “Snyder Cut,” director Zack Snyder’s version of the movie that didn’t make it to the big screen.

Ben Affleck (who played Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg), and Snyder tweeted the hashtag #ReleasetheSnyderCut in support of the movement, which was trending on Twitter thanks to loyal fans who planned a week-long social-media campaign leading up to Sunday.

Warner Bros. has never confirmed the existence of a “Justice League” director’s cut. Many fans hope it will be released on its parent company WarnerMedia’s upcoming streaming service, HBO Max, but “no announcement of a release of any such cut is imminent,” anonymous sources told The Hollywood Reporter.

Warner Bros. did not immediately return a request for comment from Business Insider.

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Snyder departed “Justice League” late in production after a family tragedy and “Avengers” director Joss Whedon stepped in for significant reshoots. The movie opened in 2017 to abysmal reviews from critics and disappointing box-office results (it cost $300 million to make before marketing costs and earned $658 million worldwide).

Since the movie’s underwhelming release, fans have called for the release of Snyder’s original vision.

“The theatrical cut was a drastic change in the tone and quality of what we had become accustomed to when viewing a film directed by Zack Snyder,” Will Rowlands, an actor from the UK who helped coordinate the movement’s New York Comic Con campaign, told Business Insider last month.

It wasn’t just Snyder fans and the movie’s stars that joined the campaign on Sunday. Former DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson also tweeted the hashtag. HBO’s “Watchmen” creator Damon Lindelof posted in support of the movement on Instagram, saying, “I’m not saying I’ve seen it, but if I HAD, I would unequivocally support the powers that be to #releasethesnydercut” (Snyder directed the 2009 movie adaptation of “Watchmen”).

While Warner Bros. has never confirmed the Snyder Cut’s existence, Snyder regularly posts behind-the-scenes images and concept art from “Justice League” to Vero, a social-media platform. And star Jason Momoa, who played Aquaman in the movie, said in August that he’s seen the cut and that it’s “sick.”

If you have a tip about the Snyder Cut, Warner Bros., or anything else, email the author at tclark@businessinsider.com

A closer look at the improved keyboard on the new MacBook Pro reveals it’s nearly identical to Apple’s popular Magic Keyboard

A closer look at the improved keyboard on the new MacBook Pro reveals it’s nearly identical to Apple’s popular Magic Keyboard

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  • The revamped keyboard in Apple’s new 16-inch MacBook Pro is nearly identical to the company’s Magic Keyboard, a teardown from iFixit found.
  • The new keyboard uses a scissor switch mechanism that’s very similar to the one found in the Magic Keyboard.
  • Apple overhauled the MacBook Pro’s keyboard after customers had complained about the butterfly mechanism keyboard found on its other recent laptops for years.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Apple said the much-improved keyboard on its new 16-inch MacBook Pro was inspired by its Magic Keyboard, and now a teardown from iFixit provides evidence that the new keyboard lives up to those claims.

When tearing apart the keyboard on Apple’s new laptop, iFixit found that the keyboard is nearly identical to the Magic Keyboard Apple sells alongside the iMac Pro. It’s so similar, in fact, that iFixit was able to replace a key on the new MacBook Pro with a key cap from the Magic Keyboard.

That’s largely because the scissor switch that powers the keys in Apple’s new laptop, which consists of two crossed plastic pieces with a pivot in the middle for commanding key movement, is pretty much the same one found in Apple’s Magic Keyboard. Compared to the butterfly switch, the scissor switch leaves more room around the keys to tolerate debris, writes iFixit, which is important considering Apple’s previous butterfly keyboards were prone to issues.

The new keyboard also seems like it will be easier to clean and repair based on iFixit ‘s teardown, as the report also notes that the clips that are used to keep the key caps seem more durable. This means you should be able to remove the key caps more easily without breaking them.

The new keyboard also has 0.5 millimeters of additional key travel compared to the butterfly keyboard, and the individual keys are 0.2 millimeters thicker, the teardown also found.

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Apple’s decision not to bring its butterfly keyboard to the new MacBook Pro comes after it received widespread criticism in the years following its release. Customers complained that laptops with the butterfly keyboard would sometimes register two taps instead of one, or simply wouldn’t respond when tapped at all. A class action lawsuit was even filed against Apple in 2018 over the problems surrounding its butterfly keyboard.

Apple has since launched a service program that repairs faulty out-of-warranty keyboards free of charge. Earlier this year, it also launched a new version of the MacBook Pro with an improved version of the butterfly keyboard that it said would reduce these issues. But the launch of the 16-inch MacBook Pro represents the company’s first major departure from the butterfly keyboard since it launched on the 15-inch MacBook in 2015.

Other than an improved keyboard, the new MacBook Pro also comes with a larger 16-inch display, making it the biggest screen Apple has put on a laptop since 2011. It also has higher quality speakers and microphones, and higher capacity storage and memory options.

San Francisco Airport’s first-ever therapy pig takes selfies with passengers and entertains them by playing a toy piano

San Francisco Airport’s first-ever therapy pig takes selfies with passengers and entertains them by playing a toy piano

LiLou the therapy pig stands in the departure area at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California.
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LiLou the therapy pig stands in the departure area at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California.
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  • San Francisco International Airport has added a 5-year-old Juliana pig named LiLou to its Wag Brigade, a group of therapy animals that help ease anxiety among passengers.
  • LiLou wears a pilot cap and has her nails painted red by her owner, Tatyana Danilova. In the airport she greets passengers and plays music on a toy piano.
  • She’s the airport’s first therapy pig. The airport’s Wag Brigade also includes a number of dogs.
  • All of the dogs – and LiLou – have been trained by the San Francisco Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). To make it into the Wag Brigade, animals have to be house trained and have good manners.
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San Francisco International Airport has a new therapy pig waiting to greet passengers, play music, and pose for selfies to help ease travel anxieties.

LiLou, a 5-year-old Juliana pig, is part of the airport’s Wag Brigade, which brings therapy animals into departure areas, according to Reuters.

As part of her daily work uniform, LiLou wears a pilot cap and has her nails painted red by her owner, Tatyana Danilova.

“People are very happy to get distracted from the travel, from their routines, whether they’re flying on their journey for vacation or work,” Danilova told Reuters. “Everybody is usually very happy and it makes them pause for a second and smile and be like, ‘oh, it’s great.'”

After going through the airport’s security scanners, LiLou greet passengers with her hoof, takes pictures with people, and even plays music for them on a toy piano.

LiLou the therapy pig stands in front of a departures board at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California.

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LiLou the therapy pig stands in front of a departures board at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California.
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Danilova said the one thing LiLou doesn’t like is being approached from behind, likely because Juliana pigs are prey animals.

LiLou lives with Danilova in downtown San Francisco, where she goes for daily walks and eats a diet of vegetables and protein pellets. She’s house trained and sleeps in her own bed.

The airport’s guest services manager, Jennifer Kazarian, told Reuters that LiLou is the airport’s first therapy pig. Their Wag Brigade also includes a number of dogs.

LiLou the therapy pig and her owner Tatyana Danilova pose for a photograph at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California.

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LiLou the therapy pig and her owner Tatyana Danilova pose for a photograph at San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, California.
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All of the animals involved in the program train with the San Francisco Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), and they all must be house trained, have good manners, and a friendly personality.

“When we first launched the program, our main goal was to relieve stress for our passengers. However, what we have found is we have formed a connection with our passengers and it’s been totally amazing,” Kazarian said.

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