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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Walking Dead stars Andrew Lincoln, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Norman Reedus (along with producer/director Greg Nicotero) are currently doing a European publicity tour for the show. In the past few days, they have done panels and appearances in Portugal and Spain.

    While talking about Rick and Daryl's reunion hug in this year's midseason finale, the Lisbon crowd demanded Andy and Norman hug; JDM wants to hug Andy, too:



    Full panels and summaries under the cut

    The full Lisbon panel:


    *Andy says that Norman is spending a lot more time with JDM than him these days "and I'm jealous"

    *Andy's kids call Norman "Nanny Norman"

    *Moderator really wants to know if Norman and Andy are "happy men" (they say they are)

    *Andy talks about the pilots on his flight inviting him into the cockpit, and Norman & JDM become obsessed with randomly saying "cockpit" for the rest of the panel

    *Andy and Norman both cry a lot on the set

    *Nicotero credits Frank Darabont's casting skills as the reason the set is so close-knit even today

    *Woman says she is a fan of "Love Actually" and then asks Andy what it was like filming Glenn & Abe's deaths; he writes "COCKPIT HELL" on a paper and holds it up

    *Woman asks about the future of Judith on the show and Nicotero responds "She's delicious"


    Their arrival and panel in Madrid:


    *Norman describes Daryl as "brutally honest and maybe a little smelly"

    *JDM says being cast as Negan was the second greatest moment of his life after his son being born

    *Norman & JDM mess around and ignore the moderator asking them questions; Norman interrupts moderator's questions to play the "Star Trek" opening on his phone

    *Andy asks if he can "do like Ricki Lake" and go into the audience to ask the crowd questions, then probably regrets it when the first woman asks him if any of the cast members are having affairs ("Only me and Norman").

    *A random woman makes Andy read her poem: "The Love Story of Rick and Michonne" (the second-hand embarrassment is strong: They go together like vanilla ice cream and hot fudge, He's just a hottie in those sheriff's pants)

    *The moderator says that Rick is cleaner since "getting laid" and he jokes that "she licks me clean"

    *Andy & JDM hug and grab each other's butts (1:02:50)

    *Asked what their favorite movie, band/singer & tv show is - Norman: Midnight Cowboy, Sonic Youth, South ParkJDM: Jaws, 'The Fuckin' Stones', 'The Fuckin' Walking Dead'Andy: It's a Wonderful Life, Prince, (doesn't give a tv show)

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    -Nicki Minaj's brother, Jelani Maraj, is going to trial for raping a 12 year old girl in mid April. The trial was originally supposed to be later this month, but it was pushed back due to to a member of his legal team that Nicki is allegedly paying for needing surgery

    -Lawyer that specializes in helping rapists, David Scharwtiz, has been slandering the victim in the press by trying to get her "sexual history" released and saying that dna evidence is "meaningless"

    -The victim's attonery, Emma Slane, has now spoken out on her client's behalf in a hearing at Nassau County Supreme Court on Thursday, March 9

    -David Schwartz says these claims are character assassination, physical violence allegations shouldnt be allowed in this case, and that he has photos of the victim looking happy with Jelani

    -Any plea deals are completely off the table because Jelani rejected the 15 year deal and both sides couldn't decide on how long they wanted him in prison

    -Anytime the victim denied Jelani of what he wanted he would threaten physical violence and anal sex. Anal sex scared the victim because it would always hurt her

    -Jelani has hit his victim to the point that she was crying

    -When she was crying he would continue to abuse her to get her to be quiet

    -When the victim's siblings walked in on the abuse, Jelani would threaten them with violence so that they wouldnt tell anybody

    -Once the victim's younger sibling walked in and got slapped in the face by Jelani

    -All of the children feared Jelani

    Source: http://askkissy.com/2017/03/12-year-old-rape-victim-claims-jelani-maraj-threaten-anal-sex/

    I hope Jelani and his lawyer die and burn in hell. I hope Nicki loses all her money spending it on her brother's legal fees. I hope that since Nicki had the nerve to give Remy 72 hours and tell her to not speak her name that she just calls her "Jelani's sister"

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    The new film Rough Night' centers around the accidental killing of a male stripper during a bachelorette party and a group of friends who cover it up. It has received criticism from sex workers and their allies for making light of violence against sex workers.


    More at the Source234

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    Lauren Shuler Donner (Producer) shared an image today on Twitter of the cast during a table read for the pilot.

    she tweeted “Cast reading of “Gifted” which implies that the show is in fact titled Gifted, perhaps even X-Men: Gifted.

    It remains to be seen who Joseph Morgan is playing on the show.





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  • 03/11/17--06:06: Michael Fassbender at SXSW

  • Mmmmmm


    Fuuuuccccckkk he looks good here..
    how does he scrub up so well for events and look like absolute shit in general.











    LMAO he's so drunk





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    Are you guys as excited as I am to see 5 years ago, fine as hell Fass on film?

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    - he premiered the song on the 2nd episode of his 'blonded RADIO' show (his music picks are seriously great btw)
    - full lyrics on his tumblr

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    • Brazilian actress Sônia Braga is currently promoting her film Aquarius which earned rave reviews at Cannes 2016.

    • On representation: I’m Latina: I don’t see my representation [in Hollywood]. Not just as a 66-year-old woman, as a person. Where is it? Not to be chosen for a role – there’s a lot of layers to that. Hispanics don’t get too many chances because of the accent. But the British, they have accents too. The business is very unfair.

    • On the Oscars: The Oscars really only have four spaces for best actress, because one is always reserved for Meryl Streep. Work is the best prize for actors. I got my prize. I worked!


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    Where is the lie?

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    in case you missed it, Emma W. and Miles Teller were the original cast for LLL.

    Emma W. spoke to SiriusXM on why it didn't happened:
    "It's one of these frustrating things where names get attached to projects very early on as a way to kind of build anticipation or excitement for something that's coming before anything is really actually agreed or set in stone."

    "[Beauty and the Beast] wasn't a movie I could just sort of step into. I knew I had horse training, I knew I had dancing, I knew I had three months of singing ahead of me and I knew I had to be in London to really do that. This wasn't a movie I could just kind of parachute into. I knew I had to do the work, and I had to be where I had to be. So, you know, scheduling conflict-wise, it just didn't work out."

    "I'm so thrilled that musicals are so celebrated at the moment! They seem to be back in the zeitgeist and people are kind of celebrating and loving music and singing and dancing again. I thought [La La Land] was wonderful. It's lovely."

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    TVD ends with it's best ratings in over a year (0.5 demo / 1.19 million total viewers)

    a recap of the finale from tvline

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    Hannah New recently talked to both IGN and Monsters and Critics about the journey of our favourite queen of thieves. Both interviews are fantastic reads!

    Be aware that both feature major spoilers for the current season, of course.

    IGN:

    • The actual scene itself is an incredible metaphor for how she lives her life. She grapples with everything she has at hand to survive. When I first read it, I was like “Geez, guys I know I’ve been going on at you for three years to give me kick ass stuff but you just gave it to me all in one scene!” [Laughs] I think there was eight different weapons when we first read the scene.


    • There is a certain point where she has to reevaluate what her life has been on this island and whether she would want to repeat that for her own child. It’s beautifully played out with that scene with Mrs. Hudson where she says “When my mother and father first came here, they had a terrible argument.” It’s one of those moments where when you’re a kid and something really significant happens and you remember it with this crystalline vision and you don’t know why it sticks in your head for the rest of your life until a particular moment when you’re like “That’s why I remember it. That’s why it’s so significant.” Jon [Steinberg ] and Dan [Shotz] introduced it in such a beautiful way because she’s saying, “My mom was saying it’s too cruel for a little girl.” She was the only female that she remembers of her blood family. The other significant females would have been Madi and Madi’s mum. She remembers that one thing her mother said and never understood it until now. She wanted to deny her mother in a way by going “I’m a girl, this place is cruel and I’m going to make it a success. Watch me.” And now she’s going, “hold on a minute” because it’s a completely different ball game when you’re thinking about children and it’s not something she’s ever considered until this point. All those moments are reflection about what her life was and who she really is and now the responsibility of bringing a child into the world and creating an environment where they can be safe. It’s the most fundamental human emotion of wanting to protect and nurture your own kin. She never imagined it because she never felt it from her own mother and father. Her mother died in the first Spanish raid so it’s so incredibly symbolic that she would die in the second. It’s an incredible full circle that’s come around.

    • We shot it a long time after we shot the physical fight because we shot it outside on a set we had, not our main set. It was the Barlow house that we’ve come back to again and again and again and such significant things have happened there. To lie on the ground and hear, in my dying breath, this house burning down, also felt incredibly symbolic. This place that was Flint’s safe haven as well is now gone. The fact that she dies in his arms is so incredibly beautiful and you have this moment of such compassion and humanity to tell her the lie that will give her a moment's peace that she’s been fighting for, in a way. It’s a tiny moment of peace -- a macro moment of the peace that she’s been fighting for. [...] It’s just so wonderful as well to play those scenes with Toby because I think about those scenes in Season 1 when they're in the office and they're talking about Odysseus and the oar and walking inland until it’s a shovel I think that as an image really captivated Eleanor and it drove her through the seasons to say “No, I’m going to make this place a sustainable republic. It’s going to be ours, it’s going to be prosperous. We’re not going to live under brutality.” Those are the things that drove her in the first few seasons. To then die in the arms of the man who gave her that vision, in a way, is incredibly beautiful, I think.


    Monsters and Critics:

    • And then the fact that you worked out that Madi pulled her out of the house, and she is lying there saved in that moment, to the one moment with Flint, which was so beautiful and such clever writing I think.

    • Eleanor’s love life is so incredibly complex because she has never really known true love in a sense of being nurtured and feeling that kind of security from family. I think that has had a huge impact on the way she behaved with every single person that she purports to be in love with. I think she is in her own way in love with Woodes [Rogers] but she has had so many traumas and barriers…you see it in Season 1 with Max that she is just incapable of putting aside her motives and her desire to make the island work in order to live a life of true love with Max. And I think Max is the only person who shown her that kind of real nurturing beautiful love, and she threw it back in her face. I think that was the beginning of a very painful chain of events.

    • To me it seems she [Eleanor] gets very confused between what she wants on a grand scale for the island and what she wants for herself personally. She doesn’t have the ability to really evaluate those two things and she always prioritizes fighting for the island. And I think that comes from the deep trauma she has experienced as a child.

    • Even with Woodes Rogers, I think she doesn’t really see who he is, she sees what he is able to create and that he is a masterful kind of tactician who can achieve her ends, even though it seems from the opposite side, you know?

    • I think Flint really is the person who she ideologically aligns herself with, and despite all the risks that have gone on, there have been key clues that she’s always been Team Flint. [...] I think that image and that sense of striving towards peace is something that she has kind of held dear throughout the four seasons, and the fact that she chooses Flint as her hostage[...].

    • [O]ne of my favorite moments to shoot was definitely one of the most symbolic moments of what Eleanor tries to do throughout the whole four seasons — when she fires the gun in between Vane and Flint. To me that is symbolic of the fact that she is desperately trying to balance these two powers of order and chaos and how they fight against each other. She’s always the one in the middle trying to balance it out.

    • I was able to design little aspects like her little bunch of keys that she wears throughout Season 1 and 2. To me, those little symbols were important. They were status symbols, they were her own security. I don’t know if you remember but she always used to sleep in her tavern in her little cage in the office, to me that was very symbolic that she was keeping herself in this kind of gilded cage and I think that was a wonderful little item that I could hold on to like a little talisman.


    Bonus:

    A little featurette about the Stockholm-based VFX studio Very Important Pirates, who worked on the visuals for S4.



    Mods, please ignore the earlier post! Added the video source to this one.

    Sources: 123

    Crew, have you ever been held back by the flop men around you, despite being a visionary power player?

    (x)

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    The View's final day at Disney World this whole week!

    Today's hosts: Whoopi, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, Paula Faris

    Today's HOT topics:
    Tom Bergeron talks about the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars
    Train talks about their new album and performs "Play That Song"
    The hosts enjoy Animal Kingdom from day to night and are honored as honorary Disney ambassadors
    Can you always improve as a parent?
    How do you control your inner control freak?
















    SOURCE:1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

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    source

    in case you missed it, Emma W. and Miles Teller were the original cast for LLL.

    Emma W. spoke to SiriusXM on why it didn't happened:
    "It's one of these frustrating things where names get attached to projects very early on as a way to kind of build anticipation or excitement for something that's coming before anything is really actually agreed or set in stone."

    "[Beauty and the Beast] wasn't a movie I could just sort of step into. I knew I had horse training, I knew I had dancing, I knew I had three months of singing ahead of me and I knew I had to be in London to really do that. This wasn't a movie I could just kind of parachute into. I knew I had to do the work, and I had to be where I had to be. So, you know, scheduling conflict-wise, it just didn't work out."

    "I'm so thrilled that musicals are so celebrated at the moment! They seem to be back in the zeitgeist and people are kind of celebrating and loving music and singing and dancing again. I thought [La La Land] was wonderful. It's lovely."

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    TVD ends with it's best ratings in over a year (0.5 demo / 1.19 million total viewers)

    a recap of the finale from tvline

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    Hannah New recently talked to both IGN and Monsters and Critics about the journey of our favourite queen of thieves. Both interviews are fantastic reads!

    Be aware that both feature major spoilers for the current season, of course.

    IGN:

    • The actual scene itself is an incredible metaphor for how she lives her life. She grapples with everything she has at hand to survive. When I first read it, I was like “Geez, guys I know I’ve been going on at you for three years to give me kick ass stuff but you just gave it to me all in one scene!” [Laughs] I think there was eight different weapons when we first read the scene.


    • There is a certain point where she has to reevaluate what her life has been on this island and whether she would want to repeat that for her own child. It’s beautifully played out with that scene with Mrs. Hudson where she says “When my mother and father first came here, they had a terrible argument.” It’s one of those moments where when you’re a kid and something really significant happens and you remember it with this crystalline vision and you don’t know why it sticks in your head for the rest of your life until a particular moment when you’re like “That’s why I remember it. That’s why it’s so significant.” Jon [Steinberg ] and Dan [Shotz] introduced it in such a beautiful way because she’s saying, “My mom was saying it’s too cruel for a little girl.” She was the only female that she remembers of her blood family. The other significant females would have been Madi and Madi’s mum. She remembers that one thing her mother said and never understood it until now. She wanted to deny her mother in a way by going “I’m a girl, this place is cruel and I’m going to make it a success. Watch me.” And now she’s going, “hold on a minute” because it’s a completely different ball game when you’re thinking about children and it’s not something she’s ever considered until this point. All those moments are reflection about what her life was and who she really is and now the responsibility of bringing a child into the world and creating an environment where they can be safe. It’s the most fundamental human emotion of wanting to protect and nurture your own kin. She never imagined it because she never felt it from her own mother and father. Her mother died in the first Spanish raid so it’s so incredibly symbolic that she would die in the second. It’s an incredible full circle that’s come around.

    • We shot it a long time after we shot the physical fight because we shot it outside on a set we had, not our main set. It was the Barlow house that we’ve come back to again and again and again and such significant things have happened there. To lie on the ground and hear, in my dying breath, this house burning down, also felt incredibly symbolic. This place that was Flint’s safe haven as well is now gone. The fact that she dies in his arms is so incredibly beautiful and you have this moment of such compassion and humanity to tell her the lie that will give her a moment's peace that she’s been fighting for, in a way. It’s a tiny moment of peace -- a macro moment of the peace that she’s been fighting for. [...] It’s just so wonderful as well to play those scenes with Toby because I think about those scenes in Season 1 when they're in the office and they're talking about Odysseus and the oar and walking inland until it’s a shovel I think that as an image really captivated Eleanor and it drove her through the seasons to say “No, I’m going to make this place a sustainable republic. It’s going to be ours, it’s going to be prosperous. We’re not going to live under brutality.” Those are the things that drove her in the first few seasons. To then die in the arms of the man who gave her that vision, in a way, is incredibly beautiful, I think.


    Monsters and Critics:

    • And then the fact that you worked out that Madi pulled her out of the house, and she is lying there saved in that moment, to the one moment with Flint, which was so beautiful and such clever writing I think.

    • Eleanor’s love life is so incredibly complex because she has never really known true love in a sense of being nurtured and feeling that kind of security from family. I think that has had a huge impact on the way she behaved with every single person that she purports to be in love with. I think she is in her own way in love with Woodes [Rogers] but she has had so many traumas and barriers…you see it in Season 1 with Max that she is just incapable of putting aside her motives and her desire to make the island work in order to live a life of true love with Max. And I think Max is the only person who shown her that kind of real nurturing beautiful love, and she threw it back in her face. I think that was the beginning of a very painful chain of events.

    • To me it seems she [Eleanor] gets very confused between what she wants on a grand scale for the island and what she wants for herself personally. She doesn’t have the ability to really evaluate those two things and she always prioritizes fighting for the island. And I think that comes from the deep trauma she has experienced as a child.

    • Even with Woodes Rogers, I think she doesn’t really see who he is, she sees what he is able to create and that he is a masterful kind of tactician who can achieve her ends, even though it seems from the opposite side, you know?

    • I think Flint really is the person who she ideologically aligns herself with, and despite all the risks that have gone on, there have been key clues that she’s always been Team Flint. [...] I think that image and that sense of striving towards peace is something that she has kind of held dear throughout the four seasons, and the fact that she chooses Flint as her hostage[...].

    • [O]ne of my favorite moments to shoot was definitely one of the most symbolic moments of what Eleanor tries to do throughout the whole four seasons — when she fires the gun in between Vane and Flint. To me that is symbolic of the fact that she is desperately trying to balance these two powers of order and chaos and how they fight against each other. She’s always the one in the middle trying to balance it out.

    • I was able to design little aspects like her little bunch of keys that she wears throughout Season 1 and 2. To me, those little symbols were important. They were status symbols, they were her own security. I don’t know if you remember but she always used to sleep in her tavern in her little cage in the office, to me that was very symbolic that she was keeping herself in this kind of gilded cage and I think that was a wonderful little item that I could hold on to like a little talisman.


    Bonus:

    A little featurette about the Stockholm-based VFX studio Very Important Pirates, who worked on the visuals for S4.



    Mods, please ignore the earlier post! Added the video source to this one.

    Sources: 123

    Crew, have you ever been held back by the flop men around you, despite being a visionary power player?

    (x)

    0 0



    The View's final day at Disney World this whole week!

    Today's hosts: Whoopi, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, Sunny Hostin, Paula Faris

    Today's HOT topics:
    Tom Bergeron talks about the upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars
    Train talks about their new album and performs "Play That Song"
    The hosts enjoy Animal Kingdom from day to night and are honored as honorary Disney ambassadors
    Can you always improve as a parent?
    How do you control your inner control freak?
















    SOURCE:1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

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    source

    in case you missed it, Emma W. and Miles Teller were the original cast for LLL.

    Emma W. spoke to SiriusXM on why it didn't happened:
    "It's one of these frustrating things where names get attached to projects very early on as a way to kind of build anticipation or excitement for something that's coming before anything is really actually agreed or set in stone."

    "[Beauty and the Beast] wasn't a movie I could just sort of step into. I knew I had horse training, I knew I had dancing, I knew I had three months of singing ahead of me and I knew I had to be in London to really do that. This wasn't a movie I could just kind of parachute into. I knew I had to do the work, and I had to be where I had to be. So, you know, scheduling conflict-wise, it just didn't work out."

    "I'm so thrilled that musicals are so celebrated at the moment! They seem to be back in the zeitgeist and people are kind of celebrating and loving music and singing and dancing again. I thought [La La Land] was wonderful. It's lovely."

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    source

    TVD ends with it's best ratings in over a year (0.5 demo / 1.19 million total viewers)

    a recap of the finale from tvline

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    Human shit stain Katie Hopkin's trolling has finally caught up with her after she was ordered by courts to pay £24,000 in compensation to food blogger Jack Monroe.

    -Monroe sued the rentagob for tweets that she claimed caused harm to her reputation.
    -Katie tweeted: "@MsJackMonroe scrawled on any memorials recently? Vandalised the memory of those who fought for your freedom. Grandma got any more medals?"
    -She had actually mistaken Monroe for the journalist Laurie Penny (who had made comments regarding vandalising memorials); Monroe had made no such comments.
    -Monroe told Katie if she apologised and donated £5,000 to charities helping migrants that she would not sue. Katie did neither.
    -On top of the £24,000 loss, Katie's legal bills are reported to be over £300,000. Sad.


    Katie Hopkins tweet

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    "I think that's what's so fantastic about Josh's performance is that it's so subtle. It's always like, does he idolize Gaston? Is he in love with Gaston? What's the relationship there? And I think it's incredibly subtle, to be perfectly honest. I don't want people going in this movie thinking that there's like a huge narrative there. There really isn't. It's incredibly subtle, and it's kind of a play on having the audience go, 'Is it, or is it not?' I think it's fun. I love the ambiguity there."


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    In response to the criticisms she has faced for her statement on trans women (see this post), Chimamanda posted this statement to her Facebook page:

    "Of course trans women are part of feminism.
    I do not believe that the experience of a trans woman is the same as that of a person born female. I do not believe that, say, a person who has lived in the world as a man for 30 years experiences gender in the same way as a person female since birth.
    Gender matters because of socialization. And our socialization shapes how we occupy our space in the world.
    To say this is not to exclude trans women from Feminism or to suggest that trans issues are not feminist issues or to diminish the violence they experience - a violence that is pure misogyny.
    But simply to say that acknowledging differences and being supportive are not mutually exclusive. And that there is space in feminism for different experiences.
    ~CNA
    "

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