Elliot Page

In a history-breaking move, Elliot Page has appeared on the cover of TIME Magazine.

The actor, known for Netflix's Umbrella Academy and the hit film Juno, used his interview to share some of his story and to speak out for trans rights.

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How Chris Pratt's Politics Affect Your Life

Whether liberal or conservative, Chris Pratt's politics are apparently the most important thing in the world...

Update 2/4/2021: This week Twitter got after Chris Pratt again, unearthing some lame but fairly innocuous "jokes" Pratt tweeted in 2012, and combining them with some fake screenshots of tweets in which he appears to defend the use of a racial slur and says "muslims scare me so much."

Among the evidence that the offensive tweets were less than legitimate is the fact that one of them shared the exact time, date, like and retweet count as one of the bad jokes it was shared alongside of. The fake tweets were reportedly spread by a member of a Marvel fan community, and were perhaps not intended to be taken seriously. Nonetheless, Twitter's rabid desire to cancel Chris Pratt kicked in, and soon #ripchrispratt was trending.

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"Juno" Star Elliot Page Thanks His Fans for Their Support

"I want to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot."

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Academy Award-nominated actor Elliot Page wants to thank his fans for supporting him after he came out as transgender.

"From the bottom of my heart, thank you. Your love and support has been the greatest gift," Page wrote in a recent post after a slew of fans and fellow celebrity actors expressed their support. "Stay safe. Be there for each other. If you are able, support @transanta and @translifeline. See you in 2021. Xoxo Elliot."

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