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    Their nuptials may not have been a themed affair, but Sean Parker and Alexandra Lenas's wedding portrait is nothing short of magical.

    The couple, who tied the knot in front of 300 family and friends Saturday at The Ventana Inn in Big Sur, Calif., released a photo that shows off the bride's Elie Saab gown and the groom's fine attire, which was selected by Academy Award-winning costume designer Ngila Dickson.

    The event was rumored to be one of Silicon Valley's most expensive weddings, reportedly costing $9 million.
    Parker is the co-founder of Napster and founding president of Facebook, and Lenas is a New York-based singer and songwriter.

    Despite rumors the pair would wed in a ceremony that might resemble and episode of Game of Thrones, Parker Tweeted a pre-wedding message, saying there would be no "swords or chainmail."

    Still, a team of landscapers and builders worked for weeks on the grounds of the Ventana Inn, creating backdrops that included ponds, a gated cottage and a $600,000 stone gate. The bill for flowers and plants alone is reportedly up to $1 million.
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  • 06/04/13--12:47: Queen Lena walking post
  • 'That howl ripped through my heart': Game Of Thrones star Lena Headey comforts herself with retail therapy after admitting slaughter episode left her in tears

    Who knew that wicked Cersei Lannister had a heart?
    Or at least Lena Headey, who plays the evil Queen Regent in Game Of Thrones, does - after admitting Sunday's dramatic slaughter episode left her in tears.
    Lena, who was spotted shopping at The Grove in Los Angeles on Monday, took to Twitter, explaining how the death scene of onscreen rival Catelyn Stark (played by Michelle Fairley) and her son Robb (Richard Madden) moved her to the core.

    'I cried. Michelle Fairley is one of my favorite actors to watch,' 39-year-old Headey wrote.
    'She is so present. That howl for her son ripped through.. my heart. On a personal level I shall miss my pal.'
    Lena looked worlds apart from her calculating alter ego Cersei on the shopping trip, trading her regal gowns for a retro, ripped pair of dungarees.

    She teamed the look with tasselled suede boots and a black handbag.

    While Lena found it all rather emotional to watch, her fellow co-star, 16-year-old Maisie Williams (who plays Arya Stark, the daughter of Catelyn Stark) posted an online video poking fun at the dramatic death scene.
    Speaking in an exaggerated American accent, Maisie says: 'They dead. Like so dead. Like OMG dead. My mother and brother are dead.'

    Meanwhile Fairley admitted it was incredibly difficult to record the scenes with her on-screen son of three years, Scottish actor Richard Madden.
    She said: 'After the week of filming that whole sequence, when we wrapped on set and said Goodbye to the crew it was very emotional, but I think all of [us] felt this huge achievement and relief in a way almost.

    'From my point of view and Richard's there was incredible sadness because it was a combination of 3 years of work.
    Richard also confessed he was so emotional afterwards he went straight to the airport in Belfast, Northern Ireland to catch a flight so he could get back to his home in England.

    He said: 'I cried the whole way. I was the crazy boy on the plane crying at about midnight, landing in London.'


    i love her so much, i wish did more promo for the show. i feel like from the entire ~main~ cast she does the least promo. also cracking up thinking about how cersei would react to that outfit tbh

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    Video won't embed, go to Vh1 to watch HERE.

    Mimi is getting fired up watching the scene where if all would have gone well her and

    K.Michelle would’ve hugged it out. Over in 25,000 dollar territory Traci is not amused watching Drew tell her the money is gone.

    Ariane agrees a grown man shouldn’t have a roomie. Mimi doesn’t exactly say Nikko doesn’t have a roommate, but she does insist that K was lying about having been over there. “When she got caught in a f—-g lie then she starts to walk off, it’s cool, she don’t want to talk no more.” As the scene rolls on with Ariane and Mimi beefing Mimi gets mad. “Keep rolling. You about to piss me off watching this sh*t.” Mimi has a lot to say about that incident.

    Traci can barely look at the video. “NO SIGNED CONTRACT. WHOO.” Drew thinks he looks stupid, but he an still laugh while watching. “Traci’s controlling, of course she’s controlling. But in this situation I kind of needed to be controlled,” he said. Drew admits she’s better with money, but he’s better at hustling. Never again, though. Traci learned her lesson.


    Mimi, get yo life togetha

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    So what are the rules for people getting tags again?

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    Now we haven't really seen a Lois Lane Amy Adams Man of Steel image like the following.

    Amy Adams and Henry Cavill grace the cover to the latest issue of Interview Magazine out of Germany.

    Both look super.


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    ‘Bang! Bang!’ is the new EP from Iwan Rheon, his third release following last year’s ‘Changing Times’ and ‘Tongue-Tied’ EPs. Recorded in RAK studios, St. John’s Wood, with his long-term producer Jonathan Quarmby, ‘Bang! Bang!’ is frill-free and personal. “I wanted to do a much more stripped down EP this time,” he explains. “’Changing Times’ was quite produced with a real band feel. I wanted something more bare, simple, raw, and direct.”

    In these four stripped-back songs, the 27 year old Rheon echoes the plaintive melancholy of Nick Drake and the searching wistfulness of classic Noel Gallagher on those immortal Oasis B-sides. Lyrically, these are absorbingly intimate paeans, to lost love and vulnerability, delivered in Rheon’s clear, characterful vocals, infused with his Welsh roots.

    In his ‘day-job’ as an actor, Rheon’s stellar CV includes an Olivier Award – Best Supporting Performance for ‘Spring Awakening’ in 2010 – roles in Simon Amstell’s TV comedy ‘Grandma’s House’, and ‘Secret Diary Of A Call Girl’ (2011) with Billie Piper, although he is perhaps best known as the socially awkward character Simon Bellamy in E4′s BAFTA Award winning sci-fi comedy-drama ‘Misfits’. Rheon’s film appearances include ‘Resistance’ (2011), alongside Michael Sheen, Dexter Fletcher’s acclaimed directorial debut ‘Wild Bill’ (2011), crime heist movie ‘The Rise/Wasteland’ (2013), and in director Alberto Arvelo’s forthcoming epic ‘Libertador’, a biopic of legendary South American revolutionary Simón Bolívar.

    Rheon is currently starring in the primetime ITV sitcom ‘Vicious’, with Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi, and in HBO’s American TV colossus ‘Game Of Thrones’, airing on Sky Atlantic in the UK.

    The EP is set for release on July 1st.


    1. Bang! Bang!
    2. You Are In Me
    3. Pick Pocket
    4. Your Soul.

    You can check out the video for ‘Bang! Bang!’ at the link.


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  • 06/04/13--13:50: 'The Family' Poster revealed

  • The project formerly known as Malavita, and the latest film directed by Luc Besson, who said he was going to retire from directing but never did. We expect the trailer to hit very soon, but in the meantime, the first photos and poster for The Family, the new title for Malavita, have been unveiled. Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer star as the heads of the Manzoni family, a notorious mafia clan, that is relocated to Normandy, France under the witness protection program. Their two children are played by Dianna Agron ("Glee") and Joseph Perrino (Assassination of a High School President), both seen on the "family" poster.


    Oh @ that gremlin-like sea cucumber on the right.......but anyway OMG MY QUEEN

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  • 06/04/13--13:51: This is an Amanda Bynes Post

  • "Ask Ashley" could be making a HUGE comeback ... with a dirty twist ... because TMZ has learned, Playboy is offering Amanda Bynes her very own radio show.

    Playboy Radio offered Amanda a guest hosting gig yesterday -- but now, a rep for the station tells TMZ, execs want her around FULL-TIME ... and have officially submitted an offer for Amanda to host her OWN hour-long daily radio show.

    The offer is for a one-week trial ... but if all goes well, we're told Amanda can extend the deal to a full year.

    Playboy's pulling out all the stops to make her feel welcome too -- we're told the org. is willing to provide Bynes with a driver to take her to work ... as well as her very own producer to handle the show's logistics.

    FYI -- Bynes became a breakout star on "All That" back in the day thanks to the popularity of her "Ask Ashley" sketches ... when she would give crazy advice to fans.

    We've reached out to Bynes to see if there's any interest in the Playboy gig -- so far, no word back.


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    Bollywood actress Jiah Khan has been found dead, having reportedly committed suicide, at her home in Mumbai, India. She was 25.

    Jiah Khan, a 25-year-old Bollywood actress, was found hanging in her Mumbai home on Monday. The actress was best known for her role in Indian psychological thriller Ghajini.
    Police told the Times of India that the incident happened around 11pm on Monday night, and no suicide note have been found. Her body has been sent for post mortem examination, and her maid, watchman and neighbours are being questioned about her death.

    Khan, who was born in New York as Nafisa Khan, was brought up in London before moving to Mumbai a few years ago. The daughter of Indian American Ali Rzvi Kahn and Rabiya Amin, a Hindi film actress, she started her film career in the 2007 film Nishabd opposite Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan, who played a much older lover.
    Her death has shocked the film industry, with fellow actress Dia Mirza posting on Twitter: "RIP Nafisa (Jiah) Khan. You were too young and beautiful…"
    Bachchan also reacted online to the news: "WHAT ...!!! Jiah Khan? What has happened? Is this correct? Unbelievable!!!"

    Other Bollywood industry members have been paying tribute to Khan online, posting photos and messages.
    A source close to Khan told the Times of India that the actress had been "depressed for some time" but was "keen on returning to acting soon", arranging meetings with filmmakers. Khan's final film appearance was in the 2010 picture Housefull, a box office success although not one critically well received.


    Rest in Peace. :'(

    (And I hope this works...)

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    Unlike with most murder mysteries, we don’t yet know what fate awaits The Fall’s Paul Spector – will he be caught or be free to kill again in the second series? – but we can only hope that the good thing this show has going for it doesn’t dissipate after next week’s finale. That thing has to be the dynamic between Gibson and Spector, despite the two never actually meeting, and the ways the show manages to blur the line between to two of them each week.

    Never has that been more apparent than in this episode, with much of the episode switching the pair’s roles in new and subtle ways. When faced with chaos at work – Paul because of his unsolicited visit to a client last week and Stella because of Rob Breedlove’s suicide – they react in unexpected ways. Stella is the picture of robotic calm, addressing the situation with established rules and regulations, but Paul reacts badly to his job being put on the line because of the rules he has broken. You can kind of understand his frustration – he gets into more trouble for doing something good than for murdering three women.

    But in a lot of ways, this could be the series worst episode. Its relative, of course, with a dodgy episode of The Fall emerging as better and more sophisticated than most other shows at their peak, but the focus on the James Olsen case and the conspiracy that surrounds it just doesn’t have the same watchable quality that the A-plot brings. Just when it’s lagging a little, however, we have that final intercut scene of Paul’s latest (botched) murder and Stella’s interview with a possible past victim.

    Things are certainly unravelling for Paul, with his meticulously planned murder going seriously awry and the same stationary being used for both his apology letter to Sarah Kay’s father and his daughter’s drawing of an unborn child. He’s admitted to feeling remorseful about Sarah’s pregnancy, and his protectiveness over children in general, so it’s only fitting that his daughter is the one to eventually give him away. But what would a second series be without both characters? Its unknown, which is part of the reason why The Fall is so eminently compelling, but I’m certainly excited to see next week’s big finish.

    Irish actor Jamie Dornan recently won over US audiences with a role in hit fantasy series Once Upon a Time, but returns to his native Belfast for new BBC Two crime thriller The Fall - also starring Gillian Anderson.

    Dornan plays Paul Spector - a loving husband and father who also happens to be a brutal killer who preys on young women. Digital Spy and a few other journalists spoke to Dornan about his dark new role, his plans for the future and a particularly unsettling day on set!

    Your character Paul Spector is a family man - it's maybe not the traditional portrayal of a 'villain'...
    "I think that's what helps illuminate the heinous moments and makes them all the more shocking, because he is a husband and a father - not only that, I think he's a good father and quite a good husband. He's never cheated on his wife… [though] that's not the only thing that makes you a good husband!

    "But I do think he is a good family man and he loves his kids. It's unspeakable, what he does, but that's removed from what he does at home - it's a different side of him. And why not? These guys… it's a chemical imbalance, it's something deep within them - why couldn't they be fathers and husbands and have a normal job?

    "I think Allan's done that really well - I think that makes it all the more shocking. Especially the way it's cut - I find it really hard to watch, [you go] within five minutes from me washing my daughter's hair to planning my next attack. I find that quite jarring to watch - I did struggle with it. I mean, it's good television, but it's not easy!"

    Was Spector a demanding role to play?
    "Yeah, it was tough, really tough, and not an easy place to have your head in for four months. But [it's] great work - I always felt very blessed to be in the part and eventually become comfortable with it.

    "I thought I was in over my head when they cast me, and then found some kind of ease within it - but it was not an easy transition because it's not a nice place to be in. Four months and I didn't read about anything but innocent death… and f**k, it does affect you, big time.

    "It was physically demanding [too] definitely…but I didn't think he had to be some big guy. His victims are small women, so I didn't need to look like Arnie and I don't think that would've worked - he would've stood out and Spector's whole thing is about trying to blend in.

    "Ted Bundy - who I did a lot of research on - was super charming, a good-looking guy, ran two Congress campaigns in the US, was a super-bright law graduate, had a long-term girlfriend, very funny… but he's a f**king psychopath! So these people do exist."

    Did you do a lot of research into real-life killers?
    "Yeah, you have to. But then you don't want to do too much and become a caricature of the five famous serial killers in the world. Paul Spector has his own story and his own motives, his own reason, his own imbalance - so you've got to draw on that and try to make it something that's unique to him.

    "But my bookshelf looks hilarious now - there's Harry Potter and then Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer!"

    Was there one scene in The Fall that was particularly difficult to film?
    "I spent a day strangling myself on the back of a door while I masturbated to a driving licence of one of my victims… that's not an easy day at the office! And they cut it out! I couldn't believe it - they didn't even tell me. When I first watched the series, it just wasn't there!"

    The Fall is quite unique in that it's not a whodunnit - we know Spector's the killer from the start...
    "Yeah, I thought that was fascinating, 'cos I've never read anything where that's the case. I love things like The Killing, but they make you wait 20 f**king episodes [to find out who the killer is]!

    "What's interesting about this is… within the first five minutes, you know it's Paul Spector. You get to follow him and see the 'why' of it, rather than the 'who', and that's fascinating. It's interesting learning the motives of the person doing the killing, so that was a big draw for me."

    You also appear in US drama Once Upon a Time - is your plan to keep working over here and out in the States?
    "Yeah, I think so. I think the operative word there is 'working' - that's the thing that you want to keep doing!"

    But you'd never move to the US full-time?
    "I certainly wouldn't plan to do that... I hope my American agent doesn't read this! But I love working here and I think the BBC do brilliant stuff - and not only the BBC, over here we just make great drama, drama that you really have to think about.

    "They do very classy, sexy television in the US - and they pay a lot more, so there's always that draw! But yeah, I'd love to have the nice balance of doing both.

    "I just think a show like this wouldn't be made in the States, or if it was, it would be very different. I watched a fair bit of Dexter - it's brilliant, and he [Michael C Hall] is f**king brilliant, but it's sort of cartoony and fluffier and more comical than what we're trying to achieve with The Fall."

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    The Game of Thrones actress has been snatched up by USA Network’s legal dramedy Suits for a recurring role in season three.

    She’ll play Ava Hessington, a British entrepreneur who runs a successful international oil company. Faced with a lawsuit that may cost her the family business, she puts her trust in Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) to fight the charges against her.

    Fairley will make her Suits debut in the season premiere on July 16. And she’s not the only Game of Thrones actor on the show next season – Conleth Hill (Varys) will make a return appearance on the series in his guest star role as British firm head Edward Darby.

    Read the rest of the article at the source - Entertainment Weekly !Contains spoilers for last episode!

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    The new season of Arrested Development has only been live on Netflix for a week, an amount of time perfect for fans to binge watch, collectively shrug at Mitchell Hurwitz's inability to innovate an entirely new narrative style without such archaic requirements as a "watching order," and then re-watch the whole thing again. But it has been an entire week, meaning it’s already time for some intrepid viewer to complete the gargantuan task of picking all 15 episodes apart and re-editing them to fit their liking.Two different Reddit usershave set about splicing the new episodes from character-centric stories into a chronological narrative of the Bluth family more akin to the first three seasons. The first user completed a recut 12-episode season that varies wildly in length, from a network-ready 21 minutes for the premiere to a 53-minute "Cinco de Cuatro" finale. It should be noted that the level of piracy here will probably send anyone versed in maritime law into a tizzy, but considering the somewhat lukewarm reaction to the fourth season as a whole, perhaps the fresh perspective of a re-edit will help bring the new material closer to what everyone loved about the original seasons.


    I'm tempted to watch this negl.

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    After a year of growth in the ratings and especially among the key demographic group of women 25 to 54,  The Wendy Williams Show has been renewed by the Fox Television Stations through the 2016-2017 season.

    Among syndicated shows, Wendy grew 43 percent in the past year, according to syndicator Debmar Mercury (a division of Lionsgate). That gave it a 1.2 rating and 8 percent share of the daytime metered markets.

    In the May sweeps, Wendy doubled its year to year rating among the key demo on Fox’s WNYW in New York, where it airs at 10 a.m. It was up 58 percent on Fox’s KTTV in Los Angeles, where it airs at 11 a.m. and up 139 percent on Fox’s WFLD in Chicago, where it airs at 10 a.m.

    “Fox’s long-term renewal is a testament to the incredible growth the show has experienced this season and the amazing talent of Wendy,” Debmar-Mercury Co-Presidents Ira Bernstein and Mort Marcus said in a statement. “Our broadcast partners across the country have taken notice, demonstrating their faith in the staying power of this rapidly growing talk franchise with upgrades.”


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    Victoria and Brooklyn Beckham

    Designer Clare Waight Keller

    Blake Harrison

    Zosia Mamet

    Jenna Louise Coleman

    Joanne Froggatt

    Kelly Hoppen

    Lisa Snowdon

    Ella Catliff

    Miranda Hart

    Samantha Barks

    James Purefoy


    Claudia Winkleman

    Jameela Jamil

    Amanda Holden

    Rita Ora

    Boxer Nicola Adams

    Amanda Byram

    Jason Derulo

    Fearne Cotton


    Editor Jo Elvin


    David Gandy

    Myleene Klass

    Rebel Wilson

    Ellie Goulding and Jeremy Irvine

    Joan Collins

    VV Brown

    Laura Haddock

    Hayden Panettiere

    Pixie Geldof

    Rashida Jones

    Dawn o Porter and Chris O Dowd

    Jessie J

    Ex Cricketer Freddie Flintoff

    Allen Leech

    Alexandra Roach

    Mutya, Siobhan and Keisha AKA Sugababes

    The Saturdays

    Damien Lewis and Helen McCrory

    Cara D and Jourdan Dunn

    Vicky McClure

    Laura Whitmore

    Kirsty Gallacher

    Juno Temple

    Comedian Micheal McIntyre

    Matthew Rhys

    Louise and Jamie Rednapp

    Radio 1's Gemma Cairney and Greg James

    Naomi Campbell

    Emma Willis

    Wretch 22

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    The America's Next Top Model star has stripped off for Cosmopolitan magazine to raise awareness of male cancer for Cancer Research UK.

    The 42-year-old star, who will arrive on our small screens on Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model on June 13, can be seen showing off his six pack while peeling off a pair of jeans in the photo.



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    The CFDA Fashion Awards always bring out the best in cutting-edge style, and this Monday's event was no exception.

    Celebs like Jessica Chastain, Nicole Richie, Mary-Kate Olsen and Rooney Mara all graced the red carpet before the Lincoln Center ceremony, which honors achievements in fashion design. Hillary Clinton, Ethan Hawke and Kerry Washington were among the presenters and Andy Cohen was on-hand to host.

    Design duo Proenza Schouler picked up one of the biggest awards of the night, Womenswear Designer of the Year. Thom Browne came out on top for Menswear, and 3.1 Phillip Lim was the winner when it came to accessories. Oscar de la Renta received a Founders Award and Vera Wang walked away with a much-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award.

    Who dressed to impress for the evening? We love Sofia Vergara's emerald form-fitting gown and Miranda Kerr's structured Proenza Schouler print dress.

    Hilary Rhoda was chic in Helmut Lang.

    Jessica Chastain was her usual sophisticated self in one of her favorite designers, Givenchy.

    Sofia Vergara was glowing in a fitted green number.

    Sisters Elizabeth and Mary Kate Olsen went matchy-matchy.

    Kerry Washington wore a canary yellow look with a high neckline.


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    One year ago, folk duo the Civil Wars (a.k.a. John Paul White and Joy Williams) seemed like they had everything going for them.

    Their debut album, Barton Hollow, had earned Gold certification and won a pair of Grammys; their collaboration with Taylor Swift, “Safe and Sound,” became the breakout track of The Hunger Games; their music was regularly getting played on ABC’s Nashville; and they were performing to sold-out crowds across the country.

    But all their momentum came to a screeching halt last November, when they canceled upcoming tour dates due to “internal discord and irreconcilable differences of ambition.” (Despite the divorce language used in the statement, Williams and White are both married to other people.) The singers didn’t explain their hiatus any further, though they did end their sad statement on an encouraging note: “Our sincere hope is to have new music for you in 2013.”

    Well, that hope will become a reality this summer. The Civil Wars announced today that they will release a self-titled sophomore album in late summer 2013, but they didn’t dispel any of the chatter about the turmoil within the group. Each member posted vague personal statements on their official site this afternoon():

    John Paul White:

    “Patience is a virtue. Yours has been appreciated. Here’s to the hope you consider it rewarded.”

    Joy Williams:

    “If you are reading this, I want to thank you for taking the time. I’m grateful for your patient support. I am very glad to say that new music is coming and I am fiercely proud of this album. A lot of soul, sweat and tears went into its creation. I hope you feel the heart in each song, that it might connect with yours. We are, each one of us, all journeying, learning and growing along this ever-evolving path. Hope this note finds you all well, wherever you are…”

    The album cover, a pillar of billowing black smoke, further suggests that The Civil Wars’…er, civil war isn’t completely behind them, but it’s a pretty image in line with the black-and-white imagery of their first album.

    So, there you go — a bittersweet announcement from a much-beloved band. One thing’s for sure: it should make for some compelling listening. Are you excited for the new music?

    The Civil Wars posted this via Vine earlier today...



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