8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Apr 07 2015

Meghan Trainor is "surprised" about the heavy backlash she's received for her latest music video, "Dear Future Husband." (Us Weekly) Mass Roots, a social media site for weed fanatics, will be one of the first businesses of its kind to go public. (The Daily Beast) Netflix has teamed up with Ricky Gervais for Special Correspondents, a film he wrote and directed that will be released in 2016. (Vulture) The Aurora shooting suspect's mother has written a book about her everyday thoughts since the killings, called When the Focus Shifts: The Prayer Book of Arlene Holmes 2013-2014. (The Hollywood Reporter) Rutgers University has banned all fraternity and sorority house parties for the rest of the spring semester. (NJ.com) Madonna doesn't think much has changed for women: "We still live in a sexist society that wants to limit people." (Cosmopolitan) Fuse Television Network's new docu-series, Transcendent, will focus on a group of transgender cabaret performers in San Francisco. (Entertainment Weekly) Kristen Stewart talks about the "huge, booming, fucking money-making industry of celebrity," after becoming the first American actress to win France's equivalent of an Oscar. (The Hollywood Reporter)

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