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  1. BTW I'm Billie Eilish when you ask me if I stan Demi yet after streaming the fuck out of Ruin the Friendship
  2. Throughout history, cinema has gifted us with some of the most bold, fearless, vulnerable, beautiful, dynamic, complex, powerful women. Women who have not only carved themselves in our memories, but have also helped shape the world today and the world's perception of women in general. It's these women that I gather HB to honor, bridging the path between the strong women's wrestlers the forum was built on the backs of, with HB's new widened focus to the world of movies (as well as TV, comics, video games, general nerd culture, which we'll venture into with later countdowns). The rules are simple: participating members must send me a list of 20 female movies characters, ranking them based on personal preference. While I'd love to cast a wide net, I kinda want the most reflective countdown possible (some people aren't film buffs/cinephiles), so I will be narrowing things down to American mainstream cinema. This means the film which the character comes from must have been distributed by a major American film studio; no indies, no foreign films. Certain exceptions will be made between those two mentioned categories for film characters that have received mainstream attention/pop cultural recognition via the Academy Awards or from becoming notable cult classics. I will then use the scoring system where your 1st pick will receive 20 points, 2nd pick will receive 19 points, 3rd pick will receive 18 points, and so forth, then tally it up. The twist here is that a high scoring character on a single list might not be guaranteed a spot on the final list just based on her score alone. This character must appear on at least one other person's list to qualify for the final countdown. Like I said, trying to make this as reflective to HB as a whole as possible. Also, please GOD, don't troll or be careless. If you're not into movies, I'm not forcing you to participate. Please send me your lists by Monday, September 11th at 11:59 PM EST via PM with a title that tells me it's for this countdown. Any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Hope everyone enjoys this!
  3. I'm gonna do every other day, two max so I don't overload myself too much (and to drag it out a bit since the next countdown cooking up isn't coming until like mid October). Next batch in an hour  
  4. No cjjvcjv, I only wanted you guys to list 20 for the purpose of tallying (and it'd be easier than having to list 30).
  5.   A silver daddy Superman? Poor Tyler "Sean Cody" Hoechlin and Brandon "Bryan Singer Pool Party" Routh  
  6. remind to remake, I already saved over my original gif with this text one
  7. The fact this is literal. I thought I remember her having more screen time until I found this compilation on YouTube the other night of all her scenes, the entire video being like five minutes   - Anyway I'll continue to reveal tomorrow as there's a few things I wanted to get done tonight, so stay tuned for that!
  8. Not Moderated: Extreme Rules

      In an effort to put a lid on the heels and the heated, often off-topic debates of HB, we now bring you Extreme Rules. ER is the home of women's wrestling related arguments that are out of control! There are no limits here for stans, best known as those who will stop at nothing to ruthlessly defend their favorite women's wrestlers and bash everyone else's.     WARNING: THIS THREAD WILL NOT BE MODERATED AND MAY CONTAIN OFFENSIVE CONTENT! NSFW     All members must be aware that no negative comments in this thread should be taken seriously or to heart. There will be trolls stationed here, so if you would rather not hear something bad said about your favorite talent, then it would be in your best interest to stay out of this thread. Furthermore, this thread should be used to continue any off-topic or random women's or general wrestling debates. With the creation of this thread, note that moderators will be cracking down on forum rules and policies. This means trolling, flamebait and off topic posts will be looked at more strictly. Although we're going extreme, there are a few rules: - Personal fights ARE NOT allowed in here or anywhere on the forum. Utilize blogs or private messaging for that. - You can post about ANYTHING (not listed below) as long as it's women's or general wrestling related. Anything outside the scope of wrestling discussion and stan wars is off-topic (this include miscellaneous photoshoots or personal photos that belong in base threads). Refer to board rules for off-topic posts. - DO NOT discuss children. - DO NOT insult other members. - DO NOT post shockingly offensive images (graphic or explicit). Moderators will determine severity. Images containing nudity are only allowed to be posted if linked under a NSFW disclaimer. - DO NOT post sexually explicit dialogue (e.g. discussing in detail what a talent likes to do sexually or what you'd like to do) or shockingly offensive dialogue. NOT to be confused with sex based insults (e.g. calling a talent a "cum-guzzling gutter slut) which remains not moderated. - Trolling and flamebait posts are okay here ONLY!   *Rings bell*    
  9. Superstar Photo Booth

    ↪ Need a place to post miscellaneous women's wrestling related pictures from their social media, red carpet events, photoshoots, etc. and would rather share it outside of your stanbase since you're not well populated (like the Bella Army), nor do people generally care to know if your fave has left her cave (like AJ Lee)? Post it here. #TeamModel Only photos and discussion of said photos are allowed here. General women's wrestling discussions belong in Extreme Rules or base threads pertaining to the woman in question. Flamebait and trolling is not permitted. If you wanna laugh at a photo, this is not the place. Such posts also belong in Extreme Rules. Light criticism is allowed (e.g. "her make up doesn't look hot, fuck you ShitSham"; "yikes at her dress") . Refrain from posting direct links to social media for the forum to auto embed since it cancels the purpose of the Social Media Thread and may cause issues for this thread later if embedding ever changes. There are methods to getting the image link from the social media post for you to post. Use spoiler tags for multiple images as it slows down the webpage otherwise
  10. n my mom stanned it, Tom still looks so good.   I agree that this seems pretty cool. I couldn't get into the Arrowverse, but maybe I'll peep this
  11. that's an example of her not wanting to give it up when the franchise ended almost a decade ago
  12. also NO ONE clocking that Judy was for the gays and black civil rights in the 40s (except that time her parents forced her to do blackface), this is DISRESPECTFUL
  13. tbh I feel for her. Imagine spending the worst days of your life crafting this rich world and then having to let go in spite of being bored with your billions. I'd be tweeting out my ass too
  14. tea, those fucking Beasts movies ruined everything
  15. the Bellatrix stans showing up late, she might have been top 15
  16. maybe retract his Survivor win
  17. not my proudest moment as a stan. should have killed ron instead
  18. On topic of left turns, that's my hint for the 25th spot. See you next time!
  19. as we're honoring women, you try to tear one down for a simple MISTAKE?
  20.     Aileen Wuornos (played by Charlize Theron) — Monster, 2003 / Bellatrix Lestrange (played by Helena Bonham-Carter) — Harry Potter franchise, 2007-2011 Two psychopaths --- one fictional, one real --- hold this spot together. With significant body counts and chilling moments captured for the silver screen, it could not be any more fitting than for them to walk side by side in the mind of us Heartbreakers. An Academy Award winning performance by the incomparable Charlize Theron and a generation defining female villain gifted to us from Helena Bonham-Carter, both women leave us dead. Avada Kedavra. POINTS: 39 LISTS: 3 (for Aileen Wuornos) / 3 (for Bellatrix Lestrange) HIGHEST RANK: 2 (for Aileen Wuornos) (@Katy) / 1 (for Bellatrix Lestrange) (@Foxy)  
  21. last reveal for the night coming up and it's our first tie
  22. Olive Penderghast (played by Emma Stone) — Easy A, 2010 It's rare that a high school movie heroine leaves their mark, with the mean girl, the bad boy or the heartthrob more than likely being the fan favorite. But both Olive in this movie and Olive in popular culture rejects all expectations. A+ for the sexually liberated, modern feminist woman! POINTS: 38 LISTS: 4 HIGHEST RANK: 9 (@Gavin, @Twisted Bliss, @shumiley)
  23. Mia Wallace (played by Uma Thurman) — Pulp Fiction, 1994 A role that put Uma Thurman on the map, Mia Wallace is a scene stealer and is undoubtedly the most memorable character in a movie filled to the brim with colorful, crazy characters. A cocaine loving wife of a crime boss and an aspiring actress, they don't make them any cooler. With this iconic character and this movie, independent cinema went mainstream. POINTS: 37 LISTS: 3 HIGHEST RANK: 5 (@Mariah.)