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- 04/18/13--06:53: _New 'What Maisie Kn...
- 04/18/13--07:03: _Katherine Jackson f...
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- 04/18/13--07:44: _ABC Family releases...
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- 04/18/13--08:21: _Poorly looking Lind...
- 04/18/13--09:43: _‘plus-size’ model d...
- 04/18/13--09:43: _Rihanna on the Mend...
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- 04/18/13--10:14: _Celebrity Picture Post
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- 04/18/13--10:53: _JLM and Natalie Dor...
- 04/18/13--10:53: _The World According...
- 04/18/13--10:54: _UK Sex God Olly Mur...
- 04/17/13--10:05: John Waters for Le magazine du Monde by Terry Richardson... Out Now!
- 04/18/13--06:53: new Only God Forgives trailer + TV spot
- 04/18/13--06:53: New 'What Maisie Knew' Clip
- 04/18/13--07:16: JKras and Emily Blunt at LAX
- 04/18/13--07:32: in other cultural appropriation news...
- 04/18/13--07:44: ABC Family releases poster and new promo for 'The Fosters'.
- 04/18/13--09:43: ‘plus-size’ model dropped from agency
- 04/18/13--09:43: Rihanna on the Mend -- Pregnancy Rumors Persist
- 04/18/13--10:14: Celebrity Picture Post
- 04/18/13--10:32: Jennifer Lawrence to receive Down Syndrome Award
- 04/18/13--10:53: JLM and Natalie Dormer on set
- 04/18/13--10:53: The World According To Frank Ocean + John Legend's Essay On Frank
- 04/18/13--10:54: UK Sex God Olly Murs Performs Top 10 Hit "Troublemaker" On The View
Source: Terry's Diary
During Kevin Jonas' first visit to the Watch What Happens Live Clubhouse, Andy Cohen pressed Kevin Jonas on groupies and purity rings. Well, it didn't get much easier for the oldest JoBro his second time around. This time, the Married to Jonas was forced to choose his favorite JoBro and his least favorite pop star at the moment.
Watch Kevin throw some not so subtle shade at what appears to be Selena Gomez in his Plead the Fifth Segment and dishes on brother Nick's love of older women.
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I'm LOLing at all of this. Guess we won't see Kevin sporting his Team Demi & Selena shirt again any time soon! HA! And also, my cougar self is coming for Dat Ass, Nick J! July 10th! ;-) The teen girls getting so mad that Nick likes older women is amusing me far far too much!
One year ago the first significant screening of footage from “The Hobbit,” made its debut in Las Vegas and at 48 fps. Warner Bros. hoped to wow media and convince cinema owners to upgrade technology. There was a significant mixed reaction from the media and screeners but $1 billion later, nobody seems at all worried and word out of Vegas is, those in the cinema business can’t wait to get another Jackson movie.
But, Warner Bros. has a lineup of loaded films for 2013 and “The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug” is only a part. Three big time directors were also on hand to introduce their films. Guillermo del Toro, co-writer on “The Hobbit” films was there to introduce “Pacific Rim,” the film he eventually made after historical and monumental delays on the Middle-earth production forced him to leave the project. Zach Snyder was at CinemaCon as director of “Man of Steel,” and Todd Philips for “Hangover 3.” Stockholders must be ecstatic. Snyder is hoping to do with WB’s Superman franchise what Christopher Nolan has done for the company with its Batman flagship. Nolan is a producer on the project.
Variety said the following about “The Hobbit.”
““The Hobbit” director Peter Jackson also appeared in a video with a few brief clips from the “Desolation of Smaug” with Evangeline Lilly and Orlando Bloom appearing.
Jackson’s matter-of-fact presentation was in sharp contrast with last year’s CinemaCon event when WB’s presentation — including 10 minutes of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” — generated a mixed reaction over the pic’s 48 frames-per-second format.”
Source: One Ring.net
ASHDLASHFAPSUGHAOUG! EEEEEEE! Hoping for a video now!!
Julian (Gosling) lives in exile in Bangkok where he runs a Thai boxing club as a front for the family’s drugs smuggling operation. When Julian’s brother Billy is killed their mother, Jenna (Thomas), arrives in the city. She wants revenge and forces Julian to find the killer.
Julian’s contacts in the criminal underworld lead him directly to The Angel of Vengeance, a retired police officer who knows everything and who is both Judge and Punisher. Jenna demands that Julian kill The Angel of Vengeance, an act that will cost him dearly.
Only God Forgives hits theaters in the U.S. on July 19th.
ignore my last post mods!
Sources connected to Katherine tell TMZ ... her lawyers have been making a number of inquiries on the eve of the family's wrongful death trial against AEG Live.
We're told lawyers worry Debbie will testify Michael is NOT the biological father of Prince and Paris. TMZ broke the story back in 2009 ... Michael indeed is not the biological father.
Debbie is on the witness list for both Katherine and AEG Live. AEG has taken Debbie's deposition but -- shockingly -- we've learned AEG never asked Debbie a single question about paternity as it relates to MJ.
As for why Katherine's lawyers are so interested in Debbie's testimony ... she's the one who knows the most about MJ and the paternity, and they're worried AEG may try to prove the kids don't have any legal ties to Michael, which could torpedo their damage claim.
Katherine's lawyers have already filed legal docs asking the judge to exclude any evidence of paternity. The judge has yet to rule on the motion.
In the end, none of this may amount to anything because under California law ... when a woman gives birth while living with her husband, the husband is conclusively presumed to be the father, unless he's sterile or impotent.
If AEG tries to bring up paternity to say that the kids have no right in claiming wrongful death that's pretty fucked up. In general I'm kind of sick and tired of the paternity debacle anyway. Blood doesn't mean anything. Those are Michael's children. Also it's a weird move to make when it might not even mean anything under California law and even if that was somehow thrown out the window didn't Debbie sign over all parental rights completely to Michael?
Landing back on the West Coast, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski arrived on a flight at LAX Airport in Los Angeles on Wednesday (April 17).
Dressed for travel in casual garb, the couple held hands and stole loving glances at each other as they made their way through the terminal.
Recently, the English actress sat down with InStyle for a cover interview and spoke about her marriage to the “Office” hunk.
“Meeting John really changed my life. When I feel the support that I have from him, I feel invincible,” she gushed.
the caption was: ''This is the only picture I'm showing you guys of 'Bounce'. Savour it!
The video will be beautiful. Thank you, India!''
it's a bit of a preview for her new video 'Bouce'
I really hope this is good.
While the Ninth Doctor might not be appearing in the Doctor Who 50th anniversary episode, Christopher Eccleston’s presence will certainly be felt next week in Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS.
Although the rest of the world is currently waiting on the mysteries of Hide, it has been revealed that fans will hear the voice of the Ninth Doctor in the coming episode (scheduled for April 27th) in a clip from Rose, namely:
“The assembled hordes of Genghis Khan couldn’t get through these doors, and believe me they’ve tried.”
This scene apparently features the voice over while a space salvage team attempts to take the time machine apart.
We learned earlier this month that despite months of rumours to the contrary, Eccleston sadly wouldn’t be returning to Doctor Who for the 50th anniversary episode alongside David Tennant and Matt Smith.
Who knows, perhaps Paul McGann will take his place…?
Another element of the 9th Doctor will be included in the 50th Anniversary, even if the man himself won't show. Check beneath the cut for a spoiler-y piece of wardrobe.
It's Voice of the Dragon, John Hurt in 9's jacket!
Though Elisabeth Hasselbeck has been fired from The View (moderator Barbara Walters has publicly denied Us Weekly's exclusive report), Whoopi Goldberg isn't concerned about the fate of the morning talk show. During the Vanity Fair party at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City April 16, the 57-year-old told Us she's steering clear of the casting drama.
"Let me tell you this about The View: I take a paycheck every other week. That's all I do. I could give a sh-t what comes. I do my job -- I have a contract. That's where I stand. I don't give a f-ck," Goldberg said
When producers announce replacements for Hasselbeck and JoyBehar (the co-host recently announced she's leaving the program after 16 years), Goldberg promised she will be courteous as ever. "I try to," she said. "Whatever y'all want. Just make sure my check doesn't bounce!"
Goldberg added that she's not involved in any casting decisions. "I don't care. That's not my job," she explained. "My job is to show up and be cute by 11 o'clock and get the f-ck off that show by 12. And that's what I try to do."
The EGOT winner said she plugs her ears when people discuss rumored replacements for her co-hosts. "I think it's the only way to keep your sanity because these are not decisions that I get to make," Goldberg told Us. "It ain't my show. It's Barbara's show."
A model once dropped by an agency for being ‘too big’ now wants to help other ‘normal sized’ women break into the thin-obsessed fashion industry.
Saffi Karina, 27, from Wandsworth, began her modelling career when she was a size 10 but as ‘womanhood ensued’, she was told she was ‘too big’ to carry on working because of her curvy hips.
‘I had only been working for a couple of years, and really loving it, when they dropped me. But I have 41-inch hips – they are pure bone, there is nothing I can do about them, they aren’t going anywhere. I had to work with what I’ve got,’ she told the Evening Standard.
She took a break from modelling for a short time and then returned to a different agency as a size 12 to work as a plus size model. Since then she has featured in numerous advertising campaigns including those for Debenhams, Speedo, John Lewis and Bravissimo.
She said: ‘As you grow older, you become more womanly and I actually didn’t want to change that, so I started looking for what else was out there. I began working as a plus-size model and it is a very positive and happy industry. I still got to do what I loved and travel the world.’She has founded ‘The Curve Project London’ where she will hold workshops alongside fashion photographers, make-up artists and stylists to show people how to make it as a model.
She said the aim of The Curve Project is: ‘To empower, educate and encourage young women to love and embrace the skin their skin. It strives to endorse a positive body image and act as role models to young women who previously thought ‘thin’ was the only way to get a foot in the fashion threshold.’ [Read the rest here]
too big?!? Excuse you. Set phasers to fucking stunning.
Rihanna came out of a medical building in Bev Hills Tuesday ... and said she's doing a lot better, but it's done nothing to stop the pregnancy talk.
Rihanna has cancelled 4 concert dates on her Diamonds World Tour ... which kicked off on March 8.
Sources connected to the singer told TMZ in early March she was suffering from a throat infection. Thing is ... it's been more than a month now and there are clearly still issues.
Because the info coming from Rihanna's camp has been sketchy ... there have been a slew of tabloid stories speculating that she's pregnant.
Video at the source
Fans of best-selling fantasy series don't often get to live out their real-life fantasy: meeting the creator of the books, TV shows, or movies that they are obsessed with. Fans of Game of Thrones (the show) and A Song of Ice and Fire (the books), however, do. When he's not writing like the wind, George R.R. Martin can be one of the most accessible best-selling authors, and not just in the usual autograph/photograph session way. Martin has had drinks, meals, and partied with fans, even invited them over for dinner. He even fact-checks the books with fans. We talked to four fans who have shared meals and partied with Martin, and through their experiences we have pieced together what it might like to spend the whole day with him.
In 2010, Phil Bicking, the 31-year-old editor of a fansite for Martin’s book series, Winter Is Coming, was invited by HBO to the TCA (Television Critics Association) winter press tour, where the network would be introducing the show. When he heard that GRRM was going to be attending, he asked HBO if they could set up a meeting; turns out that Martin “had seen my site and he liked what I was doing!” says Bicking, who goes by “Winter” on his site (the GOT username equivalent of “First!”), so a breakfast was arranged, and he flew from Raleigh, North Carolina, on his own dime. And lo, Bicking found himself chowing down on “bacon burnt black” (Tyrion’s pork preference) with Martin and another Winter Is Coming contributor (whose moniker is “Fire and Blood”) at Beverly Hills’s Four Seasons.
Over the two-hour meal, the two sitemasters asked for spoilers on A Dance With Dragons, the as-yet-unpublished fifth book in the series, and for the secret of Jon Snow's parentage ("That was one of the ones I was hoping he would reveal"), but Martin wasn’t giving them up. He did, however, happily share his medieval history inspirations for the series, chatting about how he didn't like the overused fantasy trope of peasant boys rescuing princesses only to have a happily ever after. "That never would have happened!" Martin said at the time. "He would have his head chopped off for addressing her without being spoken to first!"
Conversation turned to matters outside of Westeros, discussing football (Martin is a Giants fan; Bicking loves the Eagles), and at the end of the meal, while Bicking did ask Martin to sign his copy of A Game of Thrones, he neglected to snap a picture. "My wife to this day yells at me about it," he laughed. "It was a fail." But even though he missed out on photographic evidence of their time together, Bicking got something better: one of the dedications in A Dance With Dragons. "That was cool," Bicking said. "He remembered me."
Kyle Maddock, a 29-year-old marketing rep who runs A Podcast of Ice and Fire on the side, has met GRRM four times now. One time he ran into the author in Venice Beach, California, when Tom Colicchio was offering dishes inspired by the show from an HBO food truck. Spotting Martin feasting on head cheese, Maddock went up to say hello, and mentioned that they had met briefly before. "He said he remembered me and my mind exploded!" Maddock said. "He asked me a couple of podcast-specific questions, so not only did he remember, but he had obviously been to our site and taken a look around, which scared me a little, because it's not PG-rated. But mostly, it just put a stupid grin on my face." Emboldened, Maddock decided to ask Martin to tape a shout-out for the podcast, and was ecstatic that Martin agreed to do one. So Maddock suggested what he thought would be a funny line for Martin to say: "This is George R.R. Martin and you're listening to A Podcast of Ice and Fire. I don't know why. I'm not even sure these guys have read my books." But GRRM thought this was too cheesy — he looked Maddock right in the eye and shot him down: "I'm not saying that." And never try to force a man who has just scarfed down head cheese.
Martin isn't that hard to find; he posts his schedule on his LiveJournal blog, and at fan conventions, he's known to attend Brotherhood Without Banners parties. But should you encounter GRRM outside of an autograph session, he does have some ground rules. "At parties, or in the bar, by all means, come up, say hi, introduce yourself, start a conversation, offer to buy me a drink ... flirt with me," he says on his blog, "[but] asking me about my favorite character or telling me who YOUR favorite character is will likely just send me slouching off to find someone who wants to talk about Jack Vance, sing old TV theme songs, or argue whether Sanchez or Tebow should QB the Jets." In other words, while you may be thrilled to meet the Game of Thrones creator, don’t ask him about Game of Thrones.
"He has to lay down the law, otherwise he would get mobbed," explains fan Alicia Godwin, a 32-year-old administrative assistant, who ran into GRRM last Memorial Day at a Worldcon afterparty in Chicago. The party was standing-room only, with Martin the only one sitting, so attendees joked that he was "on his throne." "People wanted to take pictures, and he wasn't having it," Godwin said.
Because she knew Martin preferred talking to female fans ("It's kind of a sausagefest at the Con"), Godwin played up her assets to get GRRM's attention. "I was dressed a little skanky, I'm not going to lie," she laughed. "It doesn't hurt to show a little cleavage." And because she knew the rules, she thought better of "begging him about some of the lives of the characters who are in the balance." Instead, they talked food and football.
Over a beer, Godwin learned that despite Martin's penchant for Southwestern food, he doesn't like Tex Mex. "He said he's snobby, and I was like, 'Whatever, George,' because I'm from San Antonio," she said. "He did approve of our barbecue, though." And she offered to take him on a road trip to "pee on the stadium" of the Dallas Cowboys, "because he hates them with a passion"; next time she sees him, she plans to gift him with a Dallas Cowboys voodoo doll. "It was just really chill," Godwin said. "We just shot the shit for fifteen minutes."
Elio Garcia, the 34-year-old webmaster of Westeros.org, has probably spent more one-on-one time with GRRM than any one fan. Since first approaching Martin online in 1997 — before the book series had much traction — Garcia developed an online relationship with the author. Then, seven years after first contact, he got an invitation to meet up for dinner, since he was passing through New Mexico on a road trip with his family in 2004. Garcia had his parents drop him off at Martin's homes in Santa Fe — “homes” plural because he has two houses across from each other on the same street, and possibly even a third house now for storage. "He had a mailbox shaped like a castle," Garcia told Vulture. "I've never seen a mailbox that big."
Garcia got a quick tour of the house, whereupon he noticed a big box sitting on a desk containing the manuscript for the then-unpublished book four, A Feast for Crows. "I wanted to go and touch the box," Garcia laughed. "And I kicked myself afterwards. Why didn't I take a look?" The two of them headed to a local steakhouse for dinner, and then went back to Martin's house afterwards, where the two chatted about comic books, medieval military strategies, and obscure characters in the series. "It's sort of sad that I have all this room for trivia in my head, and I can't remember what I had for dinner yesterday!" Garcia laughed. Keeping it on the obscure side, however, worked to his advantage. Martin later sent him the Manuscript in the Box, asking him to fact-check it for him — because a slip like a change in eye color will make fans salivate with imposter theories, when sometimes it's just a mistake. Garcia now performs this function for all the books, but it's completely unofficial: "It's not like I'm paid or anything." And yes, that means he's read parts of book six, The Winds of Winter — including a Sansa chapter that is sure to be controversial.
Martin also paved the way for Garcia to visit Belfast, Ireland, in 2010, when the show was in production for season one, and the two toured the set together. And to end the evening, Martin took Garcia to a "moot," a gathering at a local pub with some of the actors from the show, including Kit Harington, Gethin Anthony, Finn Jones, Kristian Nairn, and James Cosmo. "That was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," Garcia said. "Everybody knows them now, but people didn't know them at the time, so that was pretty cool."
Garcia and his fellow webmaster (and fiancée) Linda Antonsson now have a "standing invitation" to stay at Casa Martin, should he ever travel through New Mexico again. "We're not just fans, we're friends," Garcia said. "I don't think he invites random fans to stay with them for a week. But it's just so completely random how we got here."
Jenna Dewan Tatum in London
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Eva Mendes in NYC
Eva Longoria in New York City
Anne Hathaway in Beverley Hills
Karolina Kurkova in NYC
Sofia Vergara on Good Morning America
Pink and family in Paris
Kristin Chenoweth at the Royal Caribbean International Groundbreaking
Ashley Tisdale in Studio City
Alexis Bledel attends the premiere of "Remembering Sunday"
Sienna Miller in NYC with her parents
Jane Levy at the Evil Dead premiere in London
Selita Ebanks in NYC
Gabrielle Union and Miguel attend the BET Networks 2013 New York Upfront
Candice Swanepoel walks with her boyfriend, Hermann Nicoli in Manhattan
Ashley Greene in LA
Daisy Lowe at the Jaeger Boutique launch in London
Kelly Rowland in LA
Gemma Arterton in London
The organization is presenting the Academy Award-winning actress, who isn’t able to attend, with the Down Syndrome of Louisville Friendship Award to honor her relationship with Louisville’s Andy Strunk.
Strunk, who has Down syndrome, has received national attention in recent months for his lifelong friendship with Lawrence, which started when the two attended Kammerer Middle School together.
They still communicate regularly and when Lawrence is in town, she usually drops by his Indian Hills home to say hello, often bringing him signed movie posters.
Strunk recently told The Courier-Journal that he was “like best friends” with Lawrence and also said “she’s kind... I think she has spirit.”
On behalf of his famous sister, Louisvillian Blaine Lawrence will accept Down Syndrome of Louisville’s award for Jennifer Lawrence on April 26 at the organization’s Derby bash, the Mint Jubilee Gala. Jennifer won't be able to attend the event because she's currently shooting X Men: Days of Future Past.
Jonny Lee Miller and Natalie Dormer on set of Elementary, April 17, 2013.
By John Legend
Frank is brilliant. The day I started writing with him, it was clear that he has a very interesting mind and a distinctive way of expressing himself. He was fearless and innately creative. You talk to some people in this business and you get the sense that they’re very focused on radio: what will be a hit or won’t be a hit. You never get that from Frank. The focus is on creating something that’s beautiful, that’s great art.
Frank broke a lot of rules with his album Channel Orange. He wasn’t focused on “What’s gonna be my single?” And obviously, one of the cardinal rules was that he wasn’t supposed to come out. But he did, and he did it in a way that speaks to what kind of artist he is, in a beautifully written letter to his fans. The day the letter was published, he came over to my house for a July 4 barbecue, where he was among friends who supported him and showed him love.
How fitting that he released his “declaration” on Independence Day. I think Frank’s career will be defined by his fearlessness and his artistic freedom. He has the talent, the ability and the brilliance to have an impact for a long time. He will follow his muse wherever it goes — he’s not the kind of artist to adhere to everyone else’s schedule. That’s what makes him special.