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"I look like Hitler's stoned cousin #newhair #notstoned #hitlersucked," she captioned the candid. Mc Gowan's had a shoulder-length cut for most of the summer, but it looks like she's decided to chop off even more of her dark brown tresses.
The "Jawbreakers" star showed off her short new 'do via Instagram on Friday, with a close-up pic of the cut.
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First Showing present Stephen Lang as evil warlord Khalar Zym, who from the crazed look in his eyes seems to be thoroughly enjoying wielding his blood-soaked double-bladed scimitar.
And finally, Coming Soon have got the first look anywhere at Conan's dad Corin, played by Ron Perlman.
The toddler and her great aunt, 57, were attacked by the 11-stone animals, which are a cross between American bulldogs and mastiffs, while playing in the garden on the afternoon of May 7.
Judge Clement Goldstone, the Honorary Recorder of Liverpool, said Mc Gowan had put money ahead of safety.
Sentencing him on Tuesday, he said: 'It is quite clear to me that you had put money and the prospects of profiteering from breeding these animals ahead of safety.'I accept these particular dogs had never before been violent or displayed these tendencies, but keeping and breeding of these dogs, particularly in large numbers, carries with it a heavy responsibility, which you patently failed to discharge.'The aunt was taken to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital where she received treatment for minor injuries.
The image emblazoned on billboards across the world shows Oscar Isaac's villain Apocalypse grabbing the character of Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) by the neck.
The tagline reads: 'Only the strong will survive." Many deemed the poster 'gratuitous' with one billboard in New York being covered with sticky notes reading: "This violence in my kid's face is not OK." actor Rose Mc Gowan led the widespread calls for 20th Century Fox to remove the advertisement - and the studio has now responded by removing the poster from promotional materials for the chart-topping film.