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elliot-wolf - December 19, 2018

Trend alert. Attractive women enjoy exploring ancient artifacts and other items buried in dirt. Megan Fox is surprisingly into archeology. And if you had told me Kate Winslet was into digging for old bones, I’d assume she had her hands in the pants of another aging producer. But it turns out she doing a lesbian fossil hunter film. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen those anti-Semitic squeeze bags on screen since The Reader. The movie made me lust after illiterate women because of how easy and eager they were. Why waste money buying a woman a drink at the bar when you can just read a book to her. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to find any hot women at the homeless shelter resembling Winslet. But Kate kissing women should be more than enough to cheer me up and make me forget about my failures.

Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan have been tapped to star in Ammonite, an unlikely love story inspired by the real-life fossil hunter Mary Anning.

Winslet, 43, and Ronan, 24, will take on the story of Anning, a fossil collector and paleontologist credited with making important discoveries in Jurassic marine fossil beds in the cliffs along the English Channel.

Set at an English coastal town in the 1820, the movie will follow as Anning (Winslet) and a wealthy woman from London struggling with health issues (Ronan) develop an intense relationship that affects their lives.

On second thought, two women hooking up over the love of fossils around the London area in the year 1820 doesn’t sound too promising. I’d be more open to seeing another all womens reboot sequel to Ghostbusters. But only if Amy Schumer is awarded the role of antagonist. She wouldn’t even need a costume to play the Stay Puft marshmallow woman.

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