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- 02/23/16--20:24: ABC's "Dirty Dancing" Has Found Their Johnny
- 02/23/16--20:24: Carly Rae Jepsen blesses us with new music + Ellen performance!
- 02/23/16--20:24: iZombie 2x15 Promo "He Blinded Me With Science"
- 02/23/16--20:24: Shakira chooses Beyoncé over Adele
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- 02/23/16--21:46: Wendy Williams: Rihanna is not a legend and will never be one.
- 02/23/16--22:09: Agent Carter Season 2 Finale Promo
- 02/24/16--16:28: 42nd Annual Saturn Awards - Television and Movies Nominations
- 02/24/16--16:28: Wendy Williams: Beyonce stole Rihanna's thunder, Rih acts entitled
- 02/24/16--16:28: Adele Plays 5 Second Rule on Ellen
- Directed by Kazuto Nakazawa.
- Production I.G is responsible for the adaptations of GitS, Attack on Titan, FLCL, End of Evangelion, and other kick-ass anime series and movies.
- Plot: the 12-episode series is set in the future where scientists have tried to create the “perfect human” in hopes of keeping peace in the universe. After nearly achieving their goal through several children, the scientists send their “new humans” for further training where they are kidnapped by an evil organization set on using their powers to implement their own concept of a new world order.
- 02/24/16--17:15: The Flash: ZOOM REVEALED! Exec Producer Andrew Kreisberg Discusses
- 02/24/16--17:15: Castle 8x13 Promo, "And Justice for All"
- 02/24/16--17:15: #FreeKesha: Lady Gaga Edition
- To date, his most notable role was in Pink's "Try" video
- He'll star opposite Abigail Breslin, who plays Baby
Carly Rae Jepsen's pop reign just won't let up! A new song called "Love Me Like That" dropped today and is a collaboration between Carly and electronic music duo, The Knocks. Listen to the song below:
It's been announced that Carly will also be performing on Ellen this Friday! She tweeted and posted to her instagram that she will be performing "Run Away With Me" but has since deleted them..
The song was released last July and is steadily climbing on Spotify...
#72 Singapore (+6)
#74 Czech Republic (NE)
#74 Philippines (-3)
#76 Canada (+7)
#77 Malaysia (+3)
#117 United States (+5)
#127 Hong Kong
#145 Worldwide (+24)
Finally, Fuller House will premiere this Friday on Netfix and you will get to hear Carly's version of the theme song in full!
Source: Ellen / Twitter / IMDB
Love Me Like That sounds like it could easily fit in with the rest of the songs on EMOTION! And is Run Away With Me finally going to be the smash it rightfully deserves?!!?
Shakira answered rapid fire questions with E! News to promote the upcoming animated Disney movie "Zootopia." One of the questions asked her to pick between Beyoncé and Adele. Shakira chose Beyoncé.
Beyoncé or Adele?
- Free shipping started at $25 before rising to $35
- Now it takes a whopping $49 to receive free shipping if you're not going to opt into the Amazon Prime service.
- Jet.com is still at the $35 and Target is at $25.
First Starbucks changes their loyalty program, now this. Are you reeling ONTD?
Wendy says that when Rihanna tries a Vegas residency in 30 years, no one will want to go hear her music or hear her perform. Her music is good for right now, but it won't stand the test of time.
Do you think Rihanna is a legend, ONTD?
-Charli announced today that she is starting a new record label - Vroom Vroom Recordings - described as an "experimental pop label"
-Charli also officially released her new song Vroom Vroom, produced by SOPHIE (listen below)
-Charli ALSO previewed another new song, Trophy, on Beats 1 Radio today (listen at the source)
-Charli ALSO announced that she has an EP dropping on Friday, 2/26
-Charli ALSO announced that she will be hosting a Beats 1 Radio show - The Candy Shop
I'm loving Vroom Vroom but not feeling Trophy as much
Here are the Nominations for film:
Best Fantasy Film
Age of Adaline
Baahubali: The Beginning
The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2
Best Action Adventure Film
Fast & Furious 7
Mission Impossible Rogue Nation
Best Thriller Film
Bridge of Spies
The Hateful Eight
Best Horror Film
Insidious Chapter 3
What We Do In The Shadows
Best Supporting Actor
Paul Bethany - Avengers: Age of Ultron
John Boyega - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Michael Douglas - Ant-Man
Adam Driver - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Walter Goggins - The Hateful Eight
Simon Pegg - Mission Impossible Rogue Nation
Michael Shannon - 99 Homes
Best Supporting Actress
Jessica Chasten - Crimson Peak
Carrie Fisher - Star Wars The Force Awakens
Evangeline Lily - Ant-Man
Lupine Nyong’o - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Tamannaah - Baahubali: The Beginning
Alicia Vikander - Ex-Machina
Best Performance By A Young Actor
Olivia DeJonge - The Visit
James Freedson-Jackson - Cop Car
Milo Parker - Mr. Holmes
Elias & Lukas Schwartz - Goodnight Mommy
Ty Simpkins - Jurassic World
Jacob Tremblay - Room
Best International Film
The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared
Labyrinth of Lies
Emily Blunt - Sicario
Jessica Chasten - The Martian
Blake Lively - The Age of Adaline
Daisy Ridley - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Charlize Theron - Mad Max: Fury Road
Mia Wasikowska - Crimson Peak
Matt Damon - The Martian
Leonardo DiCaprio - The Revenant
Taron Egerton - Kingsman: The Secret Service
Harrison Ford - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Domhnall Gleeson - Ex Machina
Samuel L. Jackson - The Hateful Eight
Paul Rudd - Ant-Man
Best Film Director
J.J. Abrams - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Guillermo del Toro - Crimson Peak
Alex Garland - Ex-Machina
George Miller - Mad Max: Fury Road
Peyton Reed - Ant-Man
Ridley Scott - The Martian
Colin Trevorrow - Jurassic World
Best Film Writing
Guillermo del Toro, Matthew Robbins - Crimson Peak
Alex Garland - Ex Machina
Drew Goddard - The Martian
Jane Goldman, Matthew Vaughn - Kingsman: The Secret Service
Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Colin Trevorrow, Derek Connolly - Jurassic World
Lawrence Kasdan, J.J. Abrams, Michael Arndt - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
George Miller, Brendan McCarthy,
Nick Lathouris - Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Film Editing
Maryann Brandon, Mary Jo Markey - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Eddie Hamilton, Jon Harris - Kingsman: The Secret Service
Dan Lebental, Colby Parker, Jr. - Ant-Man
Leigh Folsom Boyd, Dylan Highsmith, Kirk Morri, Christian Wagner - Furious 7
Kevin Stitt - Jurassic World
Margaret Sixel - Mad Max: Fury Road
Best Film Production Design
Rick Carter, Darren Gilford - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Scott Chambliss - Tomorrowland
Sabu Cyril - Baahubali: The Beginning
Colin Gibson - Mad Max: Fury Road
Thomas E. Sanders - Crimson Peak
Ed Verreaux - Jurassic World
Best Film Music
Tom Holkenborg - Mad Max: Fury Road
Johann Johannsson - Sicario
M.M. Keeravani - Baahubali: The Beginning
Ennio Morricone - The Hateful Eight
Fernando Velazquez - Crimson Peak
John Williams - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Best Film Costume Design
Alexandra Byrne - Avengers: Age of Ultron
Kate Hawley - Crimson Peak
Michael Kaplan - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Arianne Phillips - Kingsman: The Secret Service
Sandy Powell - Cinderella
Rama Rajamouli, Prashanti Tipirineni - Baahubali: The Beginning
Best Film Make-Up
David Marti, Montse Ribe, Xavi Bastida - Crimson Peak
Damian Martin, Nadine Prigge - Mad Max: Fury Road
Neal Scanlan - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Joel Harlow, Kenny Niederbaumer - Black Mass
Gregory Nicotero, Howard Beger,
Heba Thorisdottir - The Hateful Eight
Donald Mowat - Sicario
Best Film Special / Visual Effects
Roger Guyett, Patrick Tubach,
Neal Scanlan, Chris Corbould - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Andrew Jackson, Tom Wood,
Dan Oliver, Andy Williams - Mad Max: Fury Road
Andrew Whithurst, Paul Norris,
Mark Ardington, Sara Bennett - Ex Machina
Richard Stammers, Anders Langlands,
Chris Lawrence, Steven Warner - The Martian
John Rosengrant, Michael Lantieri,
Tim Alexander - Jurassic World
Paul Corbould, Chris Townsend,
Ben Snow, Paul Butterworth - Avengers: Age of Ultron
Here are the Nominations for TV:
Best Fantasy TV Series
Game of Thrones
Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrel
The Shannara Chronicles
Best Action Thriller TV Series
The Last Ship
Best Superhero Adaptation Series
Legends of Tomorrow
Marvel’s Agent Carter
Marvel’s Agents of Shield
Best Horror TV Series
American Horror Story Hotel
Ash vs Evil Dead
Fear The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead
Best Supporting TV Actor
Richard Armitage - Hannibal
Vincent D’Onofrio - Daredevil
Kit Harington - Game of Thrones
Toby Jones - Wayward Pines
Erik Knudsen - Continuum
Lance Roddick - Bosch
David Tennant - Marvel’s Jessica Jones
Patrick Wilson - Fargo
Best Supporting TV Actress
Gillian Anderson - Hannibal
Toga Feldshuh - The Walking Dead
Calista Flockhart - Supergirl
Dana Gurira - The Walking Dead
Lena Headey - Game of Thrones
Melissa Leo - Wayward Pines
Melissa McBride - The Walking Dead
Best Guest Performance on TV
Laura Benanti - Supergirl
Steven Brand - Teen Wolf
Victor Garber - The Flash
Scott Glenn - Daredevil
Alex Kingston - Doctor Who: The Husbands of River Song
John Carroll Lynch - The Walking Dead
William Shatner - Haven
Best Younger Actor on TV
Max Charles - The Strain
Frank Dillane - Fear The Walking Dead
Jodelle Ferland - Dark Matter
Brenock O’Connor - Game of Thrones
Chandler Riggs - The Walking Dead
Dylan Sprayberry - Teen Wolf
Maisie Williams - Game of Thrones
Best TV Actress
Gillian Anderson - The X-Files
Caitriona Balfe - Outlander
Melissa Benoist - Supergirl
Kim Dickens - Fear The Walking Dead
Rachel Nichols - Continuum
Krysten Ritter - Marvel’s Jessica Jones
Rebecca Romijn - The Librarians
Best TV Actor
Bruce Campbell - Ash vs Evil Dead
Charlie Cox - Daredevil
Matt Dillon - Wayward Pines
David Duchovny - The X-Files
Grant Gustin - The Flash
Sam Heughan - Outlander
Andrew Lincoln - The Walking Dead
Mads Mikkelsen - Hannibal
Best Science Fiction TV Series
Best New Media Television Series
Bosch - Amazon
Daredevil - Netflix
Dreamwork’s Dragons - Netflix
The Man In The High Castle - Amazon
Marvel’s Jessica Jones - Netflix
Powers - Crackle
Sense8 - Netflix
Another day, another show segment of Wendy going in on Miss Fenty
starts @ 6:35 min
- According to Wendy, Beyonce stole Rih's thunder with her new song and tour
- Rihanna came into the business being entitled, signed with Jay Z as a teen, name drops Tia Maria (Teairra Mari)
- Rihanna never had to fight for success so now that she's struggling she doesn't know how to put up a fight
- Wendy says if given the choice she rather see Beyonce because she puts on a better show
- Says Rihanna is threatened by Beyonce's and Adele's presence
- Mention rumors that Riri's tour might be struggling to sell
Has anyone stolen your thunder, ontd?
adele's answers for "3 words for vagina" lmao
creepy post? book post?
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So we've all had our ZOOM(!) theories all season long, and last night's new episode of CW's ratings slayer The Flash delivered the first big reveal of the season... yet still left a million and one mysteries that ONTDers will be arguing about for months to come.
Whether you personally believe in E3/4/5 Dopplegangers, Clones, Twins, Multiple Personality Disorder, Double Crosses, Super Spies, Global Warming, The Earth Being Flat, or World Peace... Exec Producer Andrew Kreisberg has dropped a bunch of interviews about it in multiple Banned Sources.
So here are a few snippets from Approved Sources for you to mull over! (Includes a tiny bit about The Man In The Iron Mask - hint, it probably isn't Leonardo DiCaprio).
-So Jay is Zoom, Jay's dead body (killed by Jay) is being carried by Jay, and Jay's corpse is then brought back to E2 and dumped on the floor, much to the shock and horror of Man In The Iron Mask (who lbr, is also Jay).
Suspicions have been raised all season about Jay Garrick, with him behaving sketchily, disappearing for episodes at a time, never being around when he'd come in useful, and avoiding interaction with Harrison Wells (who knew Jay on E2) as much as possible.
This led to fans complaining that their Golden Age hero Jay Garrick was a Cowardly Lion Man, too scared of his own shadow to show up and even do clerical work or fetch some Big Belly Burger takeout for Team Flash. Also, where even does he live?! How does he pay rent? Where does he go for so many episodes? Why is he such a flop?
(Not OP commentary, but a true & accurate summary of ONTD Comments from October 2015 to February 2016 regarding the individual known on Earth-2 as 'Jason Peter "Jay" Garrick', known alias - The Flash.)
Jay also showed Caitlin his E1 doppleganger, Hunter Zolomon, a supposedly everyday citizen who'd been adopted and given a fancy name and a nice suit. Zoom is also the alter ego of Hunter Zolomon in the DC Comic canon, but it seemed too obvious and direct a hint for fans at the time.
Last week, (Unproblematic) Harrison Wells Superfan (Very Problematic) Zoom shoved his hand through (Possible) Jay Garrick's chest and dragged him back through the final breach, before it closed
Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg has told Variety that the parallel with Eobard Thawne body snatching Harrison Wells to gain Barry's trust last season was entirely by design!
For the Flash writing team, all of this could only go down because of what happened last season, "for Barry and the others, as much as they were stung by Wells/Thawne’s betrayal, he had been their mentor and friend and they all felt that vacuum when he was gone."
Jay had been watching them all, and he knew how to "masterfully step into the role each of them needed [...]"He skillfully played them all."
Kreisberg believes also that overwhelming fan love of iconique Jay Garrick helped them to ~conceal~ the Zoom master plan. He believes that a 'fair amount' of the audience would be familiar with Jay's canon history, and would "take the character and anything he said at face value because of his past history [...] Who would suspect the big bad was the classic hero from the comics?"
-In an article from ComingSoon, who paraphrased from EW, and who have themselves now been paraphrased by your loving, good & noble OP, Kreisberg continued to open up about ZoomJay, dropping some really confusing stuff involving using multiple names.
(Please recall how Kreisberg also continuously misnamed Eobard Thawne as 'Harrison Wells' in interviews after last season's 'reveal', and still pretty much does, so this may or may not mean something major and telling, it's unclear.)
"Zoom’s identity has been revealed: He is Hunter Zolomon, a.k.a Jay Garrick. How all of that plays out and what’s actually happening, we’ll leave for after the break." [March 22nd, The Flash returns.]
-Kreisberg continues: "It’s an even larger betrayal than last year in some ways, because they’re all going to feel like they should’ve been inoculated against it. ‘Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.’ [...] He was able to step in because they wanted it so desperately. Barry was missing his mentor, Wells, and here comes Jay offering to be his mentor. Caitlin had lost Ronnie, and then here comes Jay offering to be her new knight in shining armor."
-Kreisberg went on to mention the absolute "delicious irony" of poor sweet unproblematic Harry Wells, the one nobody trusted, being the one who was legit trustworthy and all along saying "DO NOT TRUST JAY GARRICK!!!" But of course everyone ignored him out of idiocy and prejudice (and probably jealousy over his gravity-defying floof).
Jay "was able to manipulate them was because he was playing on their emotions [...] all of them had that need for a centre and for a new star to right their ships by. Jay’s one charming, smooth guy and he was able to manipulate them in that way".
-Kreisberg also teased about The Man In The Iron Mask, claiming his identity is "in some ways, probably an even bigger surprised than this one, if you can imagine it."
-Barry is definitely going back for him, but we all already knew that.
Sources: Variety, ComingSoonTeddy Sears Instagram
So apparently there was a huge bomb dropped at the end of Flash 2nite & there's no support coming til March 22... That's rough. @CW_TheFlash— Grant Gustin (@grantgust) February 24, 2016
What did everyone think?!
Free Kesha pic.twitter.com/8BjZXq98Qf— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) February 24, 2016
Lady Gaga tweeted her public support for Kesha once again today by posting a picture of herself and Kesha holding hands and snaps of them together. Lady Gaga has tweeted earlier this week in defense of Kesha - she has also revealed that at 19, she too was raped by a music producer.
Source: Gaga's Twitter
Reading about artists talking about BRIT Awards + lack of diversity. I just looked at the nominees and it’s kind of sickening…— Marina Diamandis (@MarinasDiamonds) February 24, 2016
The truth is the BRIT Awards is a CORPORATE award ceremony. Representing diversity is not a priority. Money is the priority.— Marina Diamandis (@MarinasDiamonds) February 24, 2016
This doesn't always mean the artists getting the awards aren't deserving of them. We just need to realise what this award ceremony is for.— Marina Diamandis (@MarinasDiamonds) February 24, 2016
To sell records. Particularly in what would normally be considered a lull-period for the music industry. (FEBRUARY)— Marina Diamandis (@MarinasDiamonds) February 24, 2016
Quote from the BRITS. (I added some dollar signs for translation) pic.twitter.com/xj6ajzpwtY— Marina Diamandis (@MarinasDiamonds) February 24, 2016
So, I don’t if it’s just plain racism or if it’s down to (e.g.) grime artists not being as financially exploitable to them on a global scale— Marina Diamandis (@MarinasDiamonds) February 24, 2016
I think what we need is an award ceremony somewhere in between the commerciality of the BRITS and the left-field Mercury's.— Marina Diamandis (@MarinasDiamonds) February 24, 2016
@arianasmybabyy no! I realised it a long time ago. I saw people talk about it today though + I found the lack of diversity really alarming.— Marina Diamandis (@MarinasDiamonds) February 24, 2016
Marina is a one-time BRIT nominee and lost the Critic's Choice Award to Ellie Goulding in 2010.