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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    What's your favorite song from the 2000's??

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  • 11/19/16--10:20: Blind Item-Finished Book
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    "It's done!"
    "My source, high in the New York publishing scene, is insisting the sequel fans have clamoured for is completed.
    'Definitely next year,' the source insists regarding release date. 'Ideally early, but maybe Summer."

    What is the sequel that is done?
    Who is the author?

    Popular Guess: The Winds of Winter, George R.R Martin


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    Yay Josh! Have you called in, ONTD?

    Source included. Mods, Father John Misty is a well known singer-songwriter who used to be the drummer for the Fleet Foxes. We've had postsabouthim before.

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    Like many older movie stars, embarrassed finances is not uncommon. Showing your love and support for Shelley Duvall by making a donation can start her back on the road to independence and perhaps back to health and for her fans, more superb performances!

    All of the funds raised on this GoFundMe account are going to Shelley Duvall. Just to tell you more about why I started the fund. Lee Unkrich of TOY STORY fame has been writing a book about the making of The Shining. In his efforts to get an interview with Shelley, he spoke first with her friends, they said she was financially hard up and unwell and Shelley declined to do the interview. Neither Lee nor myself, had any idea how severe Shelley's state of health was until Lee texted me a link to the Dr. Phil trailer 2 nights ago. We were both horrified. That's when I fired off my 2 Tweets to Dr. Phil.

    Source 1 and 2

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    Out of all the Real Housewife castmembers--strike that--out of all the so-called shallow celebrities/reality stars out there, Real Housewives of NYC star Carole Radziwill is FURIOUS with the election results and will not stop letting the world know.

    If you don't know, Carole is a Peabody & Emmy award winning journalist/producer and a best selling author. Here are some of her recent thoughts on the election.

    Meanwhile, her co-star Bethenny Frankel is talking about this...

    sources: 123456

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    Today is Tyga's 27th birthday. His 19-year-old girlfriend wished him a happy birthday with the following pics on Instagram:

    source + source

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    - Lindsay Lohan has randomly trolled on a few of Ariana's recent pictures with the same comment: "Too Much Makeup"

    Do you wear "too much makeup," ONTD?
    Source | 1 | 2 | 3

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    [you can skip to 2:15]
    Are you watching this amazing show yet, ONTD? (you should be) How do you feel about last night's episode? How great is Tarjei Sandvik Moe (aka Isak)? What is Even's deal? How amazing is the music on this show? Who do you think will be the lead in season 4? Let's talk.

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    source: youtube

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    Joel McHale, of Community, The Soup, bunch of films I'm too tired to list here and the new CBS unfunny sitcom The Great Indoors, spills the beans about Community set and Chevy Chase related incidents, (and even burns David Letterman in the process a bit), in his memoir Thanks For The Money!

    > Says "Everyone thinks Chevy is crazy. But he's not. He's a lunatic."
    > Prefaces with how Chevy was an idol for him because of his iconic roles in the past, but Chevy had a problem with him on Community because he had taken "a classic Chevy Chase role" (as the sarcastic, cool, tall guy).
    > Chevy tried to fight him many times, punching him on the shoulder etc (these are the known stuff) and Joel would reply by bending his hand to his waist.
    > He actually dislocated Chevy's shoulder during the shooting of an episode. (Said episode is 1x12 Comparative Religion). During the episode, Chevy's character (Pierce Hawthorne) is supposed to teach Joel's character (Jeff Winger) how to fight, and between takes Chevy taunted Joel by saying he wasn't hitting very hard and, I'm quoting the book here " called him a pussy", even after Joel explained him because it was all pretend and none of it was real -- so he wouldn't hit him for real.
    > But at last he caved in and hit Chevy with his left, dislocating Chevy's shoulder.

    Now to newly found some disturbing stuff:

    > Apparently, Chevy said to an actress on the show, in what Joel thinks "an effort to jokingly flatter" that actress,"I want to kill you and then rape you."
    > The actress, whose name is not mentioned, replied by saying: "Well, at least I'd be dead."
    > "I get it -- Chevy was trying to make a purposefully tacky, over-the-top joke. But something was off. Everything he said had a weird edge of menace."

    Other fun stuff (!) about Chevy:

    > Chevy didn't want to dance because "he didn't want to look gay".
    > Turns out, this scene in the Dungeons and Dragons episode of season 2 was written, because Chevy would occasionally announce that he could still get erections.
    > Chevy often complained that Pierce being mean and offensive, which Joel finds fascinating "since Pierce Hawthorne was conceived to be a nicer version of Chevy."
    > In the event where Chevy used the n-word during Community's season 4 shooting; he actually said the thing twice: In the first one, Joel was the only one who heard it; and then Chevy repeated himself louder, because nobody heard him.

    (Adding this because I found it good. In the book, the n-word is described as follows (not even the censored version is present):"Chevy used a word that is incredibly offensive and racially charged. In fact this word has been reappropriated by the black community for the express purpose of stripping it of its power, so that the word can be more effectively used by Quentin Tarantino.")

    > Then Chevy came back, yelling at the cast for ruining his career, and he was not a racist -- and when the cast asked how they ruined his career, he replied "IT'S ALL OVER THE INTERNET" and went back to his trailer again.

    Also he throws shade at David Letterman, for defending Chevy:

    > Refers to this interview (Chevy part starts at this point.) with Letterman.
    > He admits he was probably a bit too condescending, and his Chevy impersonation was a bit too doddering.
    > Letterman (and Paul Shaffer) defended Chevy, saying how good Chevy was to him and his family over the years.
    > Says he doesn't take issue with Letterman, "it was his show, and he was free to defend any person he wanted, even ones who were coincidentally similar to him in age, race, and industry stature."
    > He says it revealed something "refreshing" : "That there was still some loyalty in the entertainment industry." He hopes that when he inevitably turns into a bitter, racist, older comedic actor and one of his young, hot-shit costars goes on Conan to tell unflattering anecdotes about him, "that Conan does the right thing and puts that snide little bastard in his place."

    To my utter delight, he also burns Community itself a little bit

    While listing down the actresses he made out on camera with, for Alison Brie (who played Annie Edison) he says: "Our characters Annie and Jeff had a real "Will they or won't they?" relationship. As in "Will the viewers be nauseated when they remember that Annie was eighteen when the show began and Jeff is clearly in his forties? Or won't they?"

    While listing down what his roles would be like if he didn't get those hair transplants (yes, he got two apparently) he says about Jeff Winger: "The arrogant, self-obsessed lawyer having sexual relationships with women twenty years his junior. That description alone tells you right away that Jeff Winger is obviously the likable, relatable hero of a cult sitcom. But he was also defined by his wonderful hair, which was also my wonderful hair."

    sources: tweet 1 - 2 // the book itself (I have it!)

    It's quite an entertaining book, and I regret nothing for spending at least 1 week's worth of kitchen shopping money on it. And I had no idea the second tweet I linked has the same story written, but I can assure you I typed every single quote myself lol.

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    -Pitchfork reviewed Tinashe's latest project album Nightride this week, giving it 7.8 points.

    -For comparison, Lady Gaga's latest album Joanne received 6.9, Beyoncé's Lemonade got 8.5, and The Chainsmokers latest EP Collage got a 3.5 pontuation. Tinashe's debut album Aquarius has 7.5.

    -Pitchfork says Tinashe’s music has an inaccessible air to it, and that her lyrics lack stickiness, which makes it harder for her to hold the spotlight.

    -They also say that that she is making much smarter music than her commercial singles. They state that if a spot on heavy rotation playlists is the goal, she might be making music that’s too good. They proceed to lament that "Energy", a song that they call "one of the bests of the year", didn't make the cut for Nightride.

    -They call her music "infinitely interesting, possibly more so than the artist singing it". But warn us that we shouldn’t count out anyone releasing an album like Nightride.

    ONTD, did you enjoy Nightride? Would Sacrifices be a urban radio hit?

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    Star Wars: Episode VIII

    Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy

    Release dates: December 15, 2017

    About: Having taken her first steps into a larger world in Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015), Rey continues her epic journey with Finn, Poe and Luke Skywalker in the next chapter of the saga.

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    Genre: Action, Sci-Fi

    Release dates: May 5, 2017

    About: Set to the backdrop of 'Awesome Mixtape #2,' Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues the team's adventures as they traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill's true parentage. Old foes become new allies and fan-favorite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes' aid as the Marvel cinematic universe continues to expand.

    Wonder Woman

    Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy

    Release dates: June 2, 2017

    About: In the early 20th century, the Amazon princess Diana, who is living on the island of Themyscira, meets American military pilot Steve Trevor when he is washed ashore. After learning about the ongoing events of a world war from him, she leaves her home to try to help end the war.

    The Lego Batman Movie

    Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure

    Release dates: February 10, 2017

    About: Bruce Wayne must not only deal with the criminals of Gotham City, but also the responsibility of raising a boy he adopted.


    The Dark Tower

    Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Horror

    Release dates: July 28, 2017

    About: Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) is young 11-year-old adventure seeker who discovers clues about another dimension called Mid-World. Upon following the mystery, he is spirited away to the land Mid-World where he encounters the lone frontiersman knight Roland Deschain (Idris Elba) who is on a quest to reach the "Dark Tower" that resides in End-World and reach the nexus point between time and space that he hopes will save Mid-World from extinction. But with various monsters and a vicious sorcerer (Matthew McConaughey) hot on their tail, the unlikely duo find that their quest may be difficult to compleate.


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    Jeffrey Dean Morgan has said that he likes to rile up Andrew Lincoln on set.

    “I know I’m doing my job [on The Walking Dead] the more mad Andy Lincoln gets. So if off-camera he’s screaming and swearing in between takes, I know me and Negan are doing our job and I’ve gotten him pretty riled up,” he told Entertainment Weekly about filming Season 7 of The Walking Dead. “And then of course we have to go and apologize and get back to being friends after takes, but it’s been intense. And that is fun.”

    He continued, “I’ve just never had more fun playing a character. He’s really complicated and it’s a lot of work. A lot goes into what you will see on the screen with this character. But I go home every night thinking, oh my God, that is the most fun I’ve ever had. And he’s horrible. Negan does some horrible things, which I don’t necessarily feel great about while we’re doing it. But then again, reading the [Walking Dead] graphic novel and bringing him to life, it has been incredibly challenging. And I love that challenge of bringing him to life. And I love watching the cast reaction.”


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    John Mayer took to Facebook Live to debut new single and also took some questions from fans.


    • Mayer says he will probably release more music in 2017 than any other time in his career, and that he has, "More songs than can fit in your standard sized album."

    • The title for the new album, "The Search for Everything," started off as a song but simply ended as a poem. Mayer thinks it encompasses much of his career and life; will be a "mixtape" of sounds.

    • Record is fully him. Feels like he’s borrowing from his own sound, finally. Album has a much bigger scope, hence the title.

    • Influence of touring with Dead & Company, the latest incarnation of The Grateful Dead, will be more evident in John’s solo tour rather than new album.

    • What do you think of John's new music? I think, ironically, it sounds like a Taylor Swift song from right before she went full-on pop. lol

      SOURCE: 1, 2

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    mods -This hasnot been posted. It was briefly discussed in the comments of another post.

    Adam Yauch - aka MCA and founder/member of Beastie Boys' - passed away in May 2012 at the age of 47 after a battle with cancer.

    Yauch was Jewish, along with the surviving members of BB.
    Formerly called Palmetto Playground, the park was named after Yauch in 2013.

    news source: billboard
    tweet source: here
    picture source: wiki

    what kind of monsters...

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    ^ in response to "@nobody: @newtgingrich Hamilton would not have approved. I will never go see that show now. #boycottHamilton" in response to "@newtgingrich: The arrogance and hostility of the Hamilton cast to the Vice President elect ( a guest at the theater) is a reminder the left still fights."


    Sources: @GeorgeTakei@Phillipasoo@johnlegend@thewillswenson@emmyrossum@jfreewright@michellevisage@KTHopkins@pattonoswalt@Charlie_Carver 12@questlove@unfoRETTAble@HamiltonMusical

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    9. Cory Monteith, Glee

    8. John Spencer, The West Wing

    5. Nicholas Colasanto, Cheers

    4. Andy Whitfield, Spartacus

    2. John Ritter, 8 Simple Rules for dating my Teenage Daughter.

    ONTD, are you still crying for Andy Whitfield and Cory Monteith?

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    Ricky Martin's fiance is an -artist- and a few nudes have leaked online since he started dating Ricky.

    Dick pics can be found @ the source.

    ONTD, how many of your nudes have you spread around the internet? will they arise if you ever become famous?

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    Jason Low, one of the founders of Lee & Low, a publisher of multicultural children's fiction, wrote an article in School Library Journal about diversity and cultural appropriation in the publishing industry.

    Michael Grant, the author of the popular Gone series (and co-author of the popular Animorphs series with wife K. A. Applegate), had something to say about this cultural appropriation nonsense in the comments. Why care about "manufactured outrage" when Trump is in office!

    Other highlights (click the links to go to his comments)

    - Cultural appropriation is a dumb concept because 'Jews wrote the Bible and they haven't asked for royalties yet'.
    - Why care about CA and microaggressions when Dachau and The Trail of Tears exists.
    -Accuses We Need Diverse Books, an organization that champions for more diversity in Children's lit + offers internships and grants for minority authors of being a stupid bunch of hysterical SJW and bullies.
    -Says no one will (rightfully) want to write minority characters if writers are called out for bad representation of said characters and says that minorities who call out things like this are like McCarthy.
    -Acts like he's the true victim in this situation.

    (There's much more. Just check the comments for the article. It's a garbage fire at this point.)

    The fighting moved on to twitter where Grant continued to go on the defense. He also inferred that an autistic child was a burden to their mother. The back-and-forth continues on twitter.

    Source / Source

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    - Starts at 10:30c/11:30est
    - Musical guest is 'The XX'.
    - stream


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    aka some weird ass self-flagellating Western kinky shit featuring a pastor with issues and a congregation that goes along with it

    BRIMSTONE is a dark story set at the end of the 19th century. An exciting, violent and epic thriller about Liz, a young woman whose life and that of her family will be at stake as a chilling pastor appears in her life.


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