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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Should folks really be mad when a celeb decides to clap back at a hater?

    We all know that Rihanna will snatch your wig and read you for filth quick if she doesn’t like a comment posted under her Instagram photos, and now Ciara has decided she has had enough too.

    Last night, a girl began tweeting Ciara and dogging out her dance moves, which caused CiCi to snap.

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    Last night, a girl began tweeting Ciara and dogging out her dance moves, which caused CiCi to snap. The lady posted:

    The Matrix came out in 2001, why are you still doing it?

    I wish u would sit your dancing azz down them old azz dance moves I like one song since u been singing and that’s yo body is my party

    “@ciara u need some better weave all my hair is real nothing is wrong wit my hair. Can’t believe u was wit little ass bow wow u suck,” one tweet read.

    “@ciara my pro pic is my natural look. Take off yo hair and that bad makeup and let’s see u look like a man like u did on the Game,” another post read.

    The woman went on to insult Ciara’s weave and various body parts before Ciara responded:

    @KibaGossett That Matrix Move, Sure Is Gettin Me A Lott’a Money. But What U Gettin Wit Dem Bangs??:)..1 Follower:)…..Crickets:)…

    Ciara also took things a step further and posted the chick’s photo to her Instagram with the caption, “Them bangs? Seriously, them bangs? This person thinks it’s cool 2 talk about people all day :) Not Cool!”

    The photo was up for a few minutes before Ciara realized that she didn’t want to stoop to the woman’s level and promote cyber bullying. She eventually pulled the pic down and posted two follow up messages about thumb thugging:

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    Derulo was appearing on the first episode of BBC Three's new chat show Staying In With Greg and Russell, which airs tomorrow (September 25), when he made the admission.

    Asked by presenter Greg James if he has ever had sex with his tracks playing, Derulo said: "Well it might have popped up on shuffle once or twice."

    Meanwhile, the 'Talk Dirty' singer was also asked by James whether his fans sent him 'dirty talk' because of the number one song.

    He said: "Yeah! Sometimes they're a little shocking, even for me. 'Jason I want you to f**k me hard to your music, until the sun comes up, three times over'."

    source. just an excuse for a sex post tbh. what's your favorite song to have sex to, ontd?

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    Anytime an A-list actor is good at singing or dancing and doesn't have many high-profile relationships, the gay rumors fly.

    For years, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been plagued by such rumors, and he has refused to set the record straight (no pun intended).

    In a new interview with Out magazine, a journalist asked him if he was gay. His answer? "That would be really tacky. They would win if I had to clarify."

    We have to respect his vague answer. Why should he have to announce his sexuality because of gossip?

    At the premiere of his recent film "Don Jon," he told Hollyscoop: "I want to be provocative. I want to get people thinking and asking questions."

    Well, he certainly knows how to do that.


    Talks about a girlfriend @ 41:40.

    Thoughts? I'm surprised Howard didn't ask him about this rumor. Could this admittance be a cover-up or is it genuine?

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    After hitting Cannes and Toronto, with New York and London in its sights, Jim Jarmusch's vampire film "Only Lovers Left Alive" continues to hit the festival circuit hard, and another stop planned on its worldwide journey, is at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival. And coming along with it are a batch of new photos from the movie.

    Starring Tom Hiddleston, Tilda Swinton, Mia Wasikowska, and Anton Yelchin, the film follows Adam and Eve, lovers and vampires who have been kicking around the planet for hundreds of years. Adam is disillusioned in humanity's cruelty and cultural ignorance, all while he works away at his own music, while Eve has a bit more hope left, and tries to raise him out of his existential funk. Hilarious, witty and gorgeously photographed, this has all of Jarmusch's trademark interests -- film, literature and of course, music -- packaged into something uniquely new and satisfying.

    Check out Jarmusch's intro and Q&A session for the film from TIFF featuring Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, and Anton Yelchin above, then see the new film still photos below.

    The vampiric perfection of these two perfect creatures right now, I just can't... <3

    JFC I think I might need emergency prostate surgery after seeing this film...

    SOURCES ( UN ) et ( DEUX )

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    Skylar Grey covers the biggest hit of the summer, Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky', for VEVO's new original series, #NissanTracks. It all begins at a game show where Skylar wins a Versa Note and it soon turns out to be the luckiest day of her life! #yourdoortomore



    THANKS ^_^

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    Lamar Odom took to Twitter on Tuesday night to BLAST his father for derogratory comments he made about the Kardashians in a new interview.

    The NBA player, who is said to be estranged from wife Khloe Kardashian as he struggles with a drug addiction, posted a scathing rant about his dad, Joe, hours after the elder Odom claimed the infamous family has ruined his son’s life.

    Among Joe’s incendiary comments: He called Khloe’s mom Kris an “evil bitch,” and accused the matriarch of manufacturing the stories about Odom’s alleged drug abuse, said he wishes Odom never wed Khloe, and called the couple’s reality show a “curse.”

    Joe also urged Odom to get a divorce, saying, “They don’t give a f*ck about my son. It’s more about the damage they do to the Kardashian brand. They brought him down. He’d be better off without them. Let him go, get his life together.”

    In his response, Odom wrote:

    Won’t continue 2 speak on this but I have got 2 let this out real quick. I have let this man and many others get away with a lot of shit. He wasn’t there 2 raise me. He was absent ALL of my life due to his own demons. My mother and grandmother raised me. Queens raised me. For the first time since they left, came a blessing of a FAMILY that I married into. FAMILY. That man wasn’t even invited to my wedding. He has never met my mother in law and some of my other family. How can a man who has NOT once called me to check on my well being have the nerve to talk so recklessly about his own “son”. He is my downfall! His own demons may be the ONLY thing he gave 2 me. He disrespecting the ONLY FAMILY that has loved me without expecting anything in return. They are the ONLY ones that have been here consistently 4 me during this dark time. Only person 2 blame is myself. Say what you want about me but leave the ones who have done nothing but protect and love me out of this! This goes to out to everyone!

    Odom’s message is the first use of his social media account in more than two months.

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    tara, my queen, what are you up to? ...

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    Sure, Bob Newhart may have won his first Emmy for guest-starring as Professor Proton on the hugely popular show The Big Bang Theory, about four young scientists at Caltech. But behind the scenes is a real-life professor, David Saltzberg of UCLA.

    Saltzberg studies high-energy particle physics and high-energy neutrino astronomy, using radio-detection techniques when he's not working as The Big Bang Theory's science consultant.

    "It's just like a physics lab!" Saltzberg exclaims as he maneuvers around the show's sprawling set. "You have to watch where you walk. There are cables and everything everywhere."

    Every week, Saltzberg attends the show's live taping at the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif. He makes sure the whiteboards are correct. For every new episode, they're covered by a fresh scrawl of formulas dreamed up by Saltzberg and admired by physicists for their scrupulous accuracy — and occasional shoutouts to what's happening in the world of science.

    "The whiteboards have dozens of fans," Saltzberg jokes.

    Saltzberg also reviews scripts in progress. They arrive with unfinished dialogue and brackets reading, "Insert Science Here." He fills in the blanks, as in an episode where Dr. Sheldon Cooper, a puffed-up theoretical physicist, keeps bumming rides from a neighbor.

    "She couldn't understand why Sheldon never got a driver's license," Saltzberg explains. When she asks what Sheldon was doing at age 16, when everyone else was learning to drive, he answers, as per Saltzberg, "Examining perturbative amplitudes in N=4 supersymmetric theories, leading to a reexamination of the ultraviolet properties of multiloop N=8 supergravity, using modern twistor theory."

    As it happens, that's "a real, important project that one of my friends is working on," Saltzberg says.

    The scientist got involved with The Big Bang Theory in 2007, when the show was little more than a theoretical construct. The set designers asked him to show them some real graduate students' apartments, so they could see how young scientists really live.

    "And they did a nice, faithful re-creation of their apartments," he said, adding that after CBS tested the show, the sets were scrapped, because, Saltzberg thinks, the sets were too depressing.

    Saltzberg gets backup from actress Mayim Bialik, who happens to have a PhD in neuroscience. (Her character, Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler, is also a neuroscientist.) She helps Saltzberg fine-tune the show's scientific details.

    "Like, what kind of microscope would they be using, or how thin should these slices be," she offers as an example.

    For his part, Saltzberg has gotten in front of the camera exactly once. He was an extra in a scene in a university cafeteria, when the nebbishy Howard Wolowitz shares a thrilling milestone: He finally has a girlfriend. Saltzberg describes his acting technique thusly: "I just looked at him like, what's your problem? Why are you bothering me? I'm a physicist. I have other things to think about."

    Rest at the source

    Where my fellow ONTD scientists at?  I'm technically a mathematician but I have a minor in physical chemistry, which is basically quantum-level and kinetic chemisry.  I don't watch this show but I do have friends who say it's science-lite, lol.

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    secretprojectrevolution is a 17-minute film directed by Madonna and Steven Klein. The film launches Art ForFreedom, a global initiative to further freedom of expression, created by Madonna, curated by VICE, and distributed by BitTorrent.

    Art ForFreedom encourages the world to express their personal meaning of freedom and revolution in the form of video, music, poetry, and photography. Join the revolution by uploading original artwork to ArtForFreedom.com or tagging original posts #artforfreedom.

    secretprojectrevolution, plus bonus content including VICE's interview with Madonna (http://youtu.be/4U93frWrToI) and a handwritten message from Madonna and Steven Klein, is available to the public for free download exclusively at BitTorrent Bundle.

    Join The Revolution here: http://www.ArtForFreedom.com
    Download here: http://bit.ly/1e3TrVH
    Subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE

    Thoughts, ONTD?
    The dancers were amazing and Godonna looks fab.

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  • 09/24/13--22:25: Nicki Minaj Boob Post

  • Nicki Minaj has got standing out down to fine art.

    On Tuesday, the singer made it near impossible not to stare at her thanks to a very daring ensemble.

    The 29-year-old ensured no one on the back lot of the Ellen DeGeneres Show missed her as she put almost all of very famous curves on display.

    The Starship singer threw caution to the wind going without a top or even a bra under an open jacket.


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    It's cute!

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    Adewale Akinnuoye Agbaje has joined the cast of Sony Pictures' Annie, a reimagining of the Broadway musical, which stars Quvenzhané Wallis as the title character.

    Agbaje will play a character named Nash, who's described as the tough but lovable bodyguard and driver for Benjamin Stacks (the character played by Jamie Foxx - the Daddy Warbucks of the movie).

    He's also a good friend to Annie.

    Co-starring Jamie Foxx, Cameron Diaz, Bobby Cannavale and Rose Byrne, the film is currently filmming in New York City, under Will Gluck's direction, based on a script he revised, originally written by Emma Thompson and Aline Brosh McKenna.

    Will & Jada Smith's Overbrook Entertainment, in partnership with Jay-Z (who'll be working on the soundtrack) are producing.

    The long-in-development remake of the Broadway musical will be released by Sony Pictures on December 19, 2014 (Sony moved the date up a week).

    Up next for the busy Mr Agbaje, catch him in George Tillman Jr.'s The Inevitable Defeat Of Mister And Pete, in theaters on October 11, and then Thor: Dark World on November 8. Further out, he'll appear in Paul W.S. Anderson’s actioner Pompeii.


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    Britney Spears is set to make an appearance on Alan Carr's Channel 4 talk show 'Chatty Man' during an upcoming visit to the UK.

    The singer - who was recently confirmed for a Las Vegas residency - will be interviewed by the comedian as part of the promotion for her comeback single 'Work Bitch'.

    Confirming the news on her Twitter page on Tuesday night, she wrote: "Making a trip across the pond in a few weeks to see @chattyman and all my lovely UK fans...can't wait! xo."

    The interview marks Britney's first appearance on primetime British TV since performing 'Womaniser' on 'The X Factor' in 2008.

    However, Alan probably shouldn't expect too much out of Britney, as Simon Cowell recently said that one of the reasons she was dropped as a judge on the US version of 'The X Factor' last year was because she didn't talk.


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    The Former Harry Potter Star Has Denied That He Is To Step Into Sacha Baron Cohen's Shoes As The Lead In A Biopic Of The Late Queen Singer

    It's not a kind of magic: Daniel Radcliffe won't be playing Freddy Mercury. Photograph: guardian.co.uk

    Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has denied reports he will play the late Queen singer Freddie Mercury in a new biopic.

    Radcliffe had emerged as a favourite with bookmakers to take the high-profile role following a report in the Daily Star. But he told Empire's podcast there was "no truth" in the rumour. He said: "Everyone on the internet who I presume is saying I'm totally wrong for that part is correct. I am completely wrong for that part!

    "If I'd seen a rumour about me playing Iggy Pop, I'd think, 'Hey, I'd have a go at that - that'd be fun!', but Freddie Mercury? No.
    I don't even know who the director is. They seem to be saying it's Stephen Frears and Tom Hooper on the internet.

    "This is the kind of thing that happens to me and it happens to Emma (Watson) with multiple 50 Shades Of Grey things. When somebody has column inches to fill, they just sub in one of our names." Radcliffe had been (spuriously) tipped to replace Sacha Baron Cohen in the planned biopic, the latter reportedly having exited over his desire for a racy "warts and all" portrayal of the flamboyant singer. Mercury's erstwhile bandmates are said to be planning a more "family-friendly" approach.

    • News: Sacha Baron Cohen quits Mercury biopic


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  • 09/25/13--05:28: NEW GIRL: "NERD" REVIEW

  • This week's episode titled "Nerd" introduced an intriguing Mean Girls-esque storyline for Jess, who was the proverbial Cady Heron to the "cool teacher" clique at her school. Among them were Angela Kinsey and Mark Proksch (both from The Office), as well as Dreama Walker (Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23). Sadly, their characters were given very little to do in this episode, despite their presumed centrality to the plot. Instead, this storyline was more about Jess trying to fit in, with Nick helping her along the way. On the one hand, it was good because this was the first time we got see Nick and Jess acting as a couple in the loft, which was great. That said, it was kind of a waste of talented guest stars. (I think Kinsey maybe had two or three lines in the whole thing.)
    Schmidt's irritating girlfriend exploits also continued this week, as he scheduled a two-timer date with Cece and Elizabeth. (Sigh...) While the office party resulted in a predictable display of Schmidt running back and forth between the two women, there was, to this episode's credit, a twist ending in that he actually pulled it off -- even after Cece and Elizabeth met face to face. What's annoying about that, though, is Schmidt is now only prolonging the inevitable fallout. I'd rather him just be done with it so we can move on from this string of obviously poor decisions. (Let's be real. "Shawty" wins all.)

    Meanwhile, Winston's storyline didn't fare much better... Surprise, surprise. We knew that Winston would probably have to break up with Daisy at some point (since Brenda Song is now a regular on Seth MacFarlane's FOX comedy Dads), but this was maybe the least-graceful exit they could have given her. For Winston to suspect Daisy of cheating was one thing, but then for that to actually be the case? It felt sort of weak. No comical misunderstanding or disagreement, just "Yep, I cheated." End of story. Honestly, I think I would have preferred Daisy not come back at all. But instead, the writers changed Daisy's character to serve a simpleminded plot, one that we didn't even really need in the first place.
    Winston's cat-murder subplot was a little more entertaining (and I never thought I'd say that), but what made it funnier was how Nick tried to keep both Winston and Jess in check at the same time. Truthfully, Nick saved this episode, and it was kind of invigorating to see him in boyfriend mode -- or at least the Nick Miller brand of boyfriend mode. I especially enjoyed his advice to Jess at the bar about how drinking really does make you cooler. ("That is the only thing in the world I know to be true.")
    Overall, this episode didn't really follow through on any of its setups, and the laughs were pretty scarce to boot -- with a few notable exceptions: 1) Schmidt's perfect two-thirds replica of Don Draper's office; 2) Nick and Schmidt's elevator button argument; and 3) all three of the guys singing their own rendition of "I Believe I Can Fly." Also, Schmidt's cat nipples, which... yeah.
    Jess's "cool teacher" storyline featured several promising guest stars that were all underused. Meanwhile, Schmidt's trite, two-timer date with Cece and Elizabeth ended in frustrating results, and Winston's breakup with Daisy didn't fare much better. In the end, it was Nick who kept this episode afloat, as he played the field between Jess and Winston's problems.

    I don't like Schmidt's storyline, it's not funny, it's frustrating ugh

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    the movie being romeo and juliet but who cares

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    idk why she did the thing to her hair:
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    with hailee trying to outhair each other:
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    a picture of tswift's cat to make your day more enjoyable:
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    the opening scene was hilarious omg

    The Mindy Project opened this week with a tribute 1999's Varsity Blues and Ali Larter's whipped cream bikini. Seriously, fellas. Be very sad if you missed this one.
    Mindy opted for the one-piece look, but her description of where she hid some candy let her guarded sexuality seep through. From there, "The Other Dr. L" focused on Mindy's return to the practice and her having to cope with some changes.
    You can't blame the staff for falling for the colorful Dr. Paul Leotard, but you had to feel for the prodigal practitioner.
    Mindy: Okay I have no office, I have no patients, I have this horrible short haircut, my name is not Dr. L anymore and I have a UTI from discount whipped cream.
    Mindy was then showed to her new office in the supply closet, which brought to mind Milton Waddams from Office Space. Part of me would have like to see what an all-star crew from HGTV could have done with that spot, but Mindy decided to take matters into her own hands... once she learned about Paul's low tolerance for alcohol.
    Mindy may have hurt her triceps cutting a steak, but she flexed her liver and drank her nemesis under the table. James Franco is a man of many talents, one of which is portraying someone under the influence of any number of poisons. As much as she hated him for moving in on her practice, Mindy still couldn't resist trying to steal a kiss off the passed out Paul, who hilariously came to and began screaming for help.
    I thought we had seen the last of Chloe Sevigny's Christina, but then she appeared at Danny's apartment with a box of his things and decided to twist the knife in her ex-husband one last time.
    Kudos to Paul for coming clean to Danny about Christina, but Danny had every right to take his swing. Danny had just as much a part in his relationships failure, yet he constantly shows what a good guy he is, such as when he brought Paul his hangover special sandwich. He and his crew of reluctant bachelors playing hoops was pretty comical. The addition of Kris Humphreys to the group was a pretty great scene, too. I loved watching Mindy fix her hair and try to sneak in a hug with the Kardashian castoff.
    I wonder if they have room for Lamar Odom.
    In the end, Danny returned to the practice only to find out Paul had left. It will be good to have the band back together, but I hope we haven't seen the last of Dr. Paul Leotard.

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    Alana (Constructivism)

    Eddie (Expressionism)

    Frank (Constructivism)

    Laney (Pop Art)

    Laura (Cubism)

    Miranda (Cubism)

    Roy (Expressionism)

    Scott (Surrealism)

    Tate (Surrealism)

    Winner: Flawless Laura Queen of the Universe

    Loser: That guy who insulted surrealism (Scott)


    People need to learn that painting with reds as a blended technique never works out tbqh.

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    Here's another interview Daniels gave to KCRW that I thought was worth sharing.

    Daniels talks in detail about the making of the film, and specifically addresses being an *out* gay black filmmaker in Hollywood. One of the more distressing, although *understandable* things that Daniels shares during the conversation comes towards the end of it, when he's asked to comment specifically on Hollywood's acceptance of black artists, versus gay artists, versus black gay artists, Daniels replies, stating that he's actually "afraid" to answer the question, and that he'll have to remain silent on it, because, "I want to work."

    I mention this because, in my experience, given the number of interviews I've done over the years, this is very much the position that many (and not just artists of color) take - understandably so. They want to work in an industry in which very few companies retain a monopoly. Criticize it and its practices, no matter what you think of them, and you might find yourself kicked out and blacklisted. So, instead, many take on a vow of silence, and maybe vent their frustrations in private instead.

    This may not be acceptable for some of us on the outside looking in, who would prefer that they be completely fearless and speak truth to power, regardless of what the consequences might be. But this is the reality of the business for many, whether you think it's "right" or "fair."

    Daniels' interview begins around the 6:50 mark (skip to for the question/answer 27:42)


    The whole interview is interesting to listen to if you are interested in behind the scenes of the film industry and getting a (black) film off the ground. The story about how the producer who found a black lady that had won the lotto and tried to get her to invest in the film was so random & brilliant!

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