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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    In an interview with E!, 30-year-old hunky Aussie actor is talking about stripping down and getting naked in the first 10 minutes of his new racing flick Rush.

    "I remember reading the script going, 'I wonder if that will stay in there?'" Hemsworth told E! News of the nude scene while at the Toronto International Film Festival. "And I said to [director] Ron [Howard], 'What's the rating on the film and where is it going to sit?' We shot it, yeah, and it's in there."

    But Hemsworth, who plays Formula 1 racer James Hunt in the film, wasn't too nervous about the sexy scene. "I've been training a lot anyway but it's still pretty awkward," he smiled. "It's more intimidating than the driving scenes...a hundred people standing around and cameras and, 'Quick! Get your gear off.'"

    He also says he hasn't heard anything about doing a sequel to his and Stewart's 2012 Huntsman flick. "I don't know," he dished. "If there's a hunger for another one. I had a great time making the film. I'm not sure what they plan on doing. I'm kind of booked up in Avengers [2], we do Avengers next year and that kind of takes up most of the year. And then press for Thor [2] this year and it just depends when we can squeeze it in. It's getting kind of narrower and narrower."


    Thank you for this gift, Lordt

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    As Marvel is poised to launch its first scripted venture next week with ABC's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the comic book and entertainment company may be prepping another drama inspired by characters in the feature films.

    Marvel is in the early stages of prepping a potential TV series based on Agent Carter, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed, though no deals are currently in place.

    Agent Carter is a one-shot set to be released Sept. 24 as an extra on the Iron Man 3 Blu-ray. Agent Carter takes place a year after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger and follows Steve Rogers' (Chris Evans) girlfriend Agent Carter (portrayed by Hayley Atwell) as she builds her career as a secret agent while the hero is frozen in ice. (Worth noting: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was based on Item 47, an original short included on The Avengers DVD.) It's unclear if Atwell would reprise her role should the project officially move forward. (ABC and Marvel declined comment.)

    No network is currently attached, though Marvel Entertainment is housed at ABC parent company Disney, making the network home to S.H.I.E.L.D. a likely candidate.

    For Marvel, the potential project comes as the company is readying its Captain America follow-up, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, with Evans reprising his role. Revenge star Emily VanCamp will play Agent 13 -- Carter's niece -- in the sequel.

    Word of the project comes as comics-inspired fare continues to be hot at the broadcast networks. The CW is also developing a spinoff of Arrow featuring The Flash, with Glee's Grant Gustin attached to play the speedster.


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    Sent home: Abbie

    Photo of the week/season/life/hopefully the winner:

    The top three:
    Shanali, Duckie, Melissa


    Who do you want to win? You can vote on the AusNTM Facebook page (AKA the source), but only if you're Australian or if you can tell me how to fake an Australia's phone number.

    The two photoshoots from this week haven't been uploaded yet so look forward to that coming up... or just watch the episode!

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    Amy Poehler talks about her kids, cellphones, and traveling to Europe for Parks & Rec on Jimmy Kimmel Live.


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    Cate Blanchett has told Sky News she has ruled out going into politics, although she is concerned that a "wave of conservatism sweeping the globe" is affecting the role of women in society.

    The Australian was in London to promote her new film, Blue Jasmine, directed by Woody Allen.

    He is famous for making muses of his leading ladies, but Blanchett, who describes herself as a feminist, believes equality for women has yet to be achieved.

    "I'm reading a book by (Australian feminist writer) Anne Summers called The Misogyny Factor, and I feel that all of the steps forward that we've made ... a lot of those have been rescinded," she said.

    "Conservatism is affecting the way women perceive who they are in the world."

    Blanchett was asked about Australia's first woman prime minister, Julia Gillard, who claimed she had been "the subject of a very sexist smear campaign".

    The Lord Of The Rings actress said: "Whether you admire her as a politician or not, as a woman and out of respect for the office of the prime minister, how she was treated was quite shocking."

    Blue Jasmine is set in the aftermath of the banking crisis and tells the story of a New York socialite whose life falls apart when her financier husband, played by Alec Baldwin, is exposed as a fraud.

    Already tipped for Oscar glory, the film was inspired by the financial crash and the real life story of American stockbroker Bernard Madoff.

    He ran a ponzi scheme exposed as the largest financial fraud in US history, which his wife Ruth said she was entirely in the dark about.

    Describing Allen as an "enigma", Blanchett said working with him was "surprisingly great".

    "There's an absurdity to the way Woody deals with the most painful situations, of a nervous breakdown ... it was intense."

    At 78 years old, Allen continues to average around one film every year.

    The former stand-up comedian has enjoyed his best North American box office results yet with his latest film, which is released in the UK on September 27.

    I'm always shocked that we are still fighting for gender equality.

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    The second season of Mortal Kombat: Legacy, one of the most successful web series to be based upon any video game ever, is almost upon us. Mortal Kombat: Legacy II will make its debut on Sept. 26, via Machinima's YouTube channel.

    Once again, the series is being helmed by Kevin Tancharoen. The first Mortal Kombat: Legacy was borne from a short he created, which served as a proof of concept for a live action MK-reboot. It's not a stretch to say that it perhaps did more to revive interest in the Mortal Kombat that any of the actual games in recent years.

    Though the highly successful, back to basics, most recent installment of the game was in production well before the first web series had hit the web, though that game's popularity was certainly bolstered by the show nonetheless.

    According to the PR, the cast for season two will include Harry Shum, Jr. (Glee), Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers), Brian Tee (The Wolverine) and Ian Anthony Dale (Hawaii Five-O). And let's not forget Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, reprising the role of Shang Tsung, which he played in the original, big screen adaptation.

    Now here's the wacky part: taking a cue from Netflix and "… the current hot trade of binge viewing, all 10 episodes will be released simultaneously."


    AAAAAHHHHH!! SO EXCITED!!!! If you haven't seen season one, check it out on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/show/mortalkombatlegacy

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    Even if Jon Hamm and Amy Poehler don't go home with an Emmy on Sunday, they have plenty to celebrate.

    The two have actually teamed up to cohost an after-party just for the night's losers.

    "We figured that the winners get celebrated enough so we thought it was about time that the losers get celebrated," Hamm exclusively told me earlier tonight at Vanity Fair and Maybelline's Mad Mad party at Chateau Marmont. "And Poehler and I are friends from a long time ago and every year when we would lose the Emmy we would kind of wink at each other and call each other loser for the rest of the night."

    The idea was hatched when Kristen Wiig threw a big bash after last year's Emmys at her hotel.

    "We called it the Losers Lounge because nobody that was there won and it kind of stuck," Hamm said. "We were like, ‘That was a really fun party. We should do that again, but we should do it bigger and better and invite our friends who aren't going to win either and we'll have a good time with it.'"

    But winners won't exactly be turned away.

    "You have to actually check your Emmy at the door and donate a $1,000 dollars to a charity," Hamm's longtime actress-director girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt said, adding, "We might end up doing a lot for humanity on Sunday night."


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    Dane DeHaan arrives at the premiere of his latest film Metallica: Through the Never on Monday and Tuesday nights (september 16 and 17) in San Francisco and Rafael, California.

    The 27-year-old actor stars as Trip, a young roadie for Metallica who is sent on an urgent mission during the band’s show. But what seems like a simple assignment turns into a surreal adventure.


    I just can't wait for Kill Your Darlings
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    those princesses, I can't!

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    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icaeBb1J8AU

    Where tf is the Joan Rivers tag?

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    JFC what I would give to be that piece of "blood popsicle" and be inside kween Tilda's mouth.
    Or better yet, I'd rather suck on Hiddles' popsicle, because...

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    No one can have a frown, a wart, or anything on their face anymore,' lamented photographer Douglas Kirkland, whose career spans six decades of Hollywood icons, to MailOnline.

    The 79-year-old, whose one million-image archive stashed inside his Los Angeles home includes portraits of Audrey Hepburn, Coco Chanel and Brigitte Bardot, next to shots of Nicole Kidman, George Clooney and Rooney Mara, has not only witnessed the evolution of celebrity, but had a direct hand in transforming it himself.

    And now, in a article-2166714-13DBC11E000005DC-332_634x484visual memoir, A Life in Pictures: The Douglas Kirkland Monograph, the Toronto-native, who found fame after photographing Marilyn Monroe for Look magazine's 25th anniversary issue in 1961, chronicles his illustrious career through his favorite images.

    People often ask Mr Kirkland how he got to where he is today: an irrelevant question, he said.

    'Whatever I did in 1960, half a century ago, I couldn't do that today and enter the field,' he admitted.

    'The field has changed so much, you have to adapt to the times whatever you're doing. That's the reality of life, you have to be a different person today than you had to be then.'

    One piece of advice he will give aspiring photographers is simple: 'Don't follow what so-and-so did forty or fifty years ago, or even last year. You just have to figure out how to come through the back door, then you can do almost anything.'

    Though grateful that he had the opportunity to photograph celebrities when a 'coarser' aesthetic was desired, Mr Kirkland said his career has changed 'enormously' from a time when photographers called the shots, not the stars.

    When you put an individual on the cover of a big picture magazine, like Life of Look, their career skyrocketed. As a photographer you were very empowered, people came to you, bowing to you and what you represented,' he recalled.

    'The press agents were sending cars for you: "I hope you're happy with this, I hope you're happy with that," they'd say. A press agent for Marilyn, he was there to accommodate me, to facilitate the photographer - because we made a difference.

    'But then there was a turnabout in the early Nineties,' he explained. 'The power of publications diminished, television was an entity that started to take away from it, and then of course online is now taking away from TV. So it went from those press agents trying to help you always, to them being very protective of their stars. The publications suddenly needed the stars more than the stars needed the publications.'

    Regardless, as he nears his 80th birthday, Mr Kirkland is still having fun. He recently returned from Perth were he photographed Olivia Palermo for her fashion line, and he has no intention of slowing down.

    Baz Luhrmann, director of The Great Gatsby and a longtime friend of Mr Kirkland's after years working together on film sets, jokes that he would like to be Mr Kirkland when he grows up.

    'What really sets Douglas apart as a photographer is his ability to reveal the characters and the drama that go on behind the curtain and behind the camera,' the 51-year-old Australian writes in the book's forward. 'He has such an acute sense of and affinity with people, beauty, and life. He tells the stories within the stories.'








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    Christian Bale wearing Val Kilmer's Batman Forever suit
    + Review by Batman News for UCE is at the first source

    Couldn't embed the videos so just linked them:
    The Dark Knight - The Pitch (Entertainment Weekly)
    The reality of Nolan's 'Dark Knight' Trilogy (USA Today)

    The Dark Knight Trilogy Ultimate Collectors Edition Unboxing (IGN)

    Source 1234

    So looking forward to the documentary and the Donner/Nolan conversation.
    OMGG I need to see the Cillian Murphy's Batman screentest!! & the BatJesus/Anne Hathaway screentest! :DD
    I hope there's some sort of footage or photo of Bane in chains and training/fighting :o
    Disappointed that there's no new transfers for BB and TDK and those toys looks shitty.

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    NBC is looking for a slight Chang of pace from Ken Jeong: The Community actor has signed on to star in and produce a multi-camera comedy project titled Dr. Ken, EW has confirmed. (Deadline first reported the news.)

    Jeong’s credits don’t just include The Hangover and Party Down; he’s a licensed physician in California who earned his M.D. at the University of North Carolina and completed an internal medicine residency at New Orleans’ Ochsner Medical Center. The potential series — which, like Community, would be produced by Sony — is based on his days as a doctor before comedy fame came calling. Jared Stern (The Internship) is penning the pilot and serving as an executive producer while Jeong will be a co-executive producer.

    Community is currently filming its fifth season, which may very well be its last. If there are episodes beyond that, it sounds like Jeong wants to figure out a way to appear in both shows. On his Facebook page last night, he posted: “I will never leave Community. I will always Chang the world.”


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    Hear that noise? It's the sound of thousands of male horror fans getting giddy over the fact that Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle are going to topline See No Evil 2 for The Soska Sisters.The Soskas, Jen and Sylvia, directed Isabelle in this year's release American Mary.

    Harris and Isabelle will join go-to movie creep Michael Eklund (The Call) in the sequel to the WWE Studios production.The sequel, which sees Kane returning, revives the nightmare of the first film when Jacob Goodnight rises from the dead in the city morgue after his killing spree at the Blackwell hotel.

    In this ominous, underground locker for the dead, a group of medical students fight to survive as this deranged psychopath once again starts to pick them apart one by one.

    Lionsgate will handle worldwide distribution of See No Evil 2, while WWE Studios will utilize its extensive global reach through television, digital and social media and print assets to market the film.

    My body is ready

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    Idris Elba has reignited his feud with Liam Gallagher, saying he does not even know what band the Beady Eye frontman is in any more. Luther actor Elba first had a run-in with Gallagher in February of this year when it was reported that the pair clashed at an NME Awards after party at The Ivy in London in February (February 27), with eye-witnesses claiming that they had squabbled because Gallagher made fun of Elba's bobble hat. Now, in a new interview with GQ, Elba explains precisely what happened on the night and makes his feelings for the Beady Eye frontman clear.

    Explaining how he met Gallagher in a bar and greeted him with a hug and rubbing him on the head, Elba says: "Didn’t like that. Don’t touch his hair, apparently. Fuck off. Next time walk with a fucking hairdresser, then." He adds: "Well, 'I'm a popular rock singer, so I'm going to be mean and fucking horrible to people just because they messed up my look.' Fuck off."

    Elba, who has starred in Pacific Rim and Prometheus already this year, played 'Wonderwall' during a DJ set prior to the GQ interview. Asked by the magazine if he was taking a shot at Gallagher by playing the song, Elba responds: "No! Fuck that idiot. No. I don’t even know what his songs are about now or what band he’s in now. No-one gives a fuck, yeah? He was popular when he was in Oasis."

    Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher is taking legal action against a US newspaper over reports that he allegedly fathered a "love child" with a New York music journalist. The New York Post published an article on July 17 which claimed the woman, who says the Beady Eye man fathered her daughter, is seeking $3 million (£1.9 million) for paternity in a Manhattan court.


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    There's no doubt that Hilary Duff and Lisa Osbourne wife to Jack Osbourne love their babies, but even the most hands-on mothers need some girly time.

    So the two women left their little ones with their father, while they headed to a beauty salon to get a manicure.

    But that wasn't before Hilary, 25, and Lisa, 28, got in some retail therapy on Melrose Place on Friday afternoon.


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    Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner has said there are not many bands he is excited by at the moment, comparing the current music scene to that of the late 1990s.

    Speaking in a new interview with Pitchfork, says he thinks that things feel similar to when he was a teenager and listening to hip-hop artists like Dr. Dre after becoming disillusioned by the bands in his local area.

    "At the end of the '90s, every band in our neighborhood was 35 or older, so we just listened to Roots Manuva and Dr Dre. Lately, it feels similar. There aren’t that many bands I'm that excited about at the moment," he said.

    The frontman also spoke about the confines of being in a band. "I don't know if "indie band" is how any band should think about themselves, though," he said. "For this record, I didn't even think of us as a band at all - we became much more. Sometimes I don’t want to be in the confines of what a band seems to provide."

    Arctic Monkeys recently made Official UK Albums Chart history with their new album 'AM'. Released by Domino Records it is the band's fifth consecutive Number One and the first indie-released album to achieve such a feat.


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    Pearl Jam have unveiled the video for 'Sirens', the second single to come from their forthcoming new album 'Lightning Bolt'. The video was directed by acclaimed rock photographer and director Danny Clinch.

    Click above to watch the promo and listen to the track, which follows the single 'Mind Your Manners' - the video for which was also directed by Clinch. The band's new LP is due out on October 14 and will be the 10th studio record of the band's career. It also features the songs

    'Lightning Bolt' and 'Future Days', both of which were debuted by the group at a show in Chicago in July. 'Lightning Bolt' was produced by Brendan O'Brien and is the follow-up to 2009's 'Backspacer'. Speaking earlier this year, guitarist Mike McCready said of the new album: "I would say as a cliché answer it's kind of a logical extension of what 'Backspacer' was. But I think there's a little bit more experimental stuff going on. There's a Pink Floyd vibe to some of it, there's a punk rock edge to other stuff."


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    Don't be shy... Share your love/porn secrets and experiences, ONTD! ;)

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