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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Melissa Joan Hart looked icy cool in a sexy blue bandage dress as she joined her family for the Hollywood premiere of Disney's Frozen on Tuesday.

    But unfortunately for the star, not all eyes were on her striking dress and killer figure, as unbeknownst to her, she was in the midst of suffering a rather embarrassing make-up malfunction.

    The 37-year-old strolled confidently onto the red carpet seemingly unaware that her make-up artist had been more than a little heavy-handed with the translucent powder, leaving her with a huge white smear across her forehead and chalky remnants around her eyes and nostrils.

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    Make-up fail: Melissa Joan Hart stepped onto the red carpet at the Hollywood premiere of Disney's Frozen on Tuesday seemingly unaware that her make-up artist had been a tad heavy-handed with the translucent powder

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    Defeated: The star had been all smiles until she was made aware of the embarrassing situation and quickly skulked off looking defeated

    The actress was alerted to the unsightly marks by Melissa & Joey co-star Taylor Spreitler and was seen giving her temples a furious rub as the 20-year-old directed her - though it only seemed to make matters worst and sadly wasn't pointed out until after she'd already stepped out in front of the flashbulbs.

    Once aware of the situation, the beaming smile quickly fell from the star's face and her once poised and confident posture was replaced with slumped shoulders and a look of defeat as she skulked off.

    Up until then, she had been having a great time at the event as she was joined by her husband of a decade, musician Mark Wilkerson, and the couple's three young sons - Mason, seven, Brady, five, and Tucker, one.

    The bubbly blonde looked trim and terrific in her off-the-shoulder bandage frock, which featured various shades of blue, giving it an ombré effect.

    Too little, too late: The actress's Melissa & Joey co-star Taylor Spreitler pointed out the unfortunate mishap and attempted to assist her friend in rubbing the product off her forehead, though it wasn't till after she'd walked the carpet

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    Not the best end to the evening: The 37-year-old's confident posture completely changed as she made a hasty exit with an even more prominent white mark on her head after trying to smear the product off

    She wore her golden locks in soft waves and accessorised with snowflake-style earrings, a beige clutch and matching pumps.

    The CG-animated flick - which is due out on November 27 - features voice talent Kristen Bell, Alan Tudyk, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff.

    Meanwhile, Melissa has appeared on several talk shows in recent weeks as she promotes her memoir, Melissa Explains It All - a take-off of her '90s Nickelodeon series Clarissa Explains It All - which hit shelves on October 29.

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    Oblivious: Melissa looked confident in her icy cool blue bandage dress as she joined her family on the red carpet before realising her make-up blunder

    Her leading men: The 37-year-old actress and her husband of a decade, musician Mark Wilkerson, had their hands full with sons Mason, seven, Brady, five, and one-year-old Tucker

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    Ombré effect: The actress wore her blonde locks in soft waves and accessorised with snowflake-style earrings, a beige clutch and matching pumps

    In it, the former child star dishes about her past drug use.

    'I experimented with weed, Ecstasy, mushrooms and mescaline for about a year and a half,' Hart has said.

    The fourth season of Melissa & Joey - co-starring Joey Lawrence - will air next year on ABC Family.


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    Colin Farrell got an unexpected, and unwanted, visitor at his home in Los Angeles this weekend -- and now the guy's been arrested and placed on a psychiatric hold.
    Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... a man showed up to Colin's home Saturday afternoon hoping to catch a glimpse of the actor ... but things got weird when he walked right up to the front door.

    We're told Colin was home at the time and got freaked out ... so he called his assistant who called cops.

    The fan was quickly taken into custody and after cops spoke with him -- they decided to put the suspect on a 5150 psychiatric hold.

    Police haven't released the suspect's name -- but our sources say he is not a U.S. citizen, and one of the reasons he came to L.A. was specifically to see Colin.



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    Lindsay Lohan may be working to stay sober — but it’s not just drugs and alcohol she’s steering clear of.

    “She has achondroplasiaphobia,” a source tells the new issue of Life & Style of the 5-foot-5 actress, meaning she has a “fear of little people."

    So what exactly happens when LiLo, 27, has a run-in with a really petite person?

    “In 2006 at the Chateau Marmont, she was with pals when two little people walked by and she started having a major anxiety attack!” the insider tells the mag of her bizarre fear. “She hyperventilated. Someone had to give her an antianxiety pill to calm her down. She kept saying, ‘I’m so scared of them!’”

    Little People of America, a nonprofit organization that provides support and information to people of short stature, responded to Lindsay’s fear by suggesting, “Lohan should treat her fear the same as she would a fear of any other protected minority population. If that fails, she might find diversity training to be useful."


    What's your biggest phobia/fear?

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    Chris Brown just got confined for 90 days ... but not in jail ... in rehab.

    Brown and his lawyer, Mark Geragos, were just in court for a progress report in the Rihanna beating case. TMZ broke the story ... the Probation Dept. notified the judge that Brown flew into yet another violent rage while he was in a Malibu rehab joint for anger management, and was thrown out of the facility after only 2 weeks. The Probation Dept. recommended live-in anger management rehab.

    The judge agreed with Probation, and ordered Brown to check into a facility for 90 days, and the facility must be in L.A. County and approved by Probation.

    The judge is letting Chris juggle his criminal cases and will let him fly to D.C. for court hearings on his criminal assault case.

    Brown must also submit to drug testing at the rehab facility. He must also take any prescriptions recommended by the rehab place.

    The judge also wants a report on the D.C. incident ... something that could result in Chris getting his probation yanked in the Rihanna case ... which could then result in prison time.


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    James Franco is certainly emerging as one of the coolest baddies of Hollywood. In the upcoming film Homefront, also starring Jason Statham, Franco plays Gator, a local who runs a boat repair shop but on the side is involved in drug manufacturing.

    Gator also polices the area for his own purposes and tries to keep out the competition. In a recently-released ‘Homefront’ clip, James Franco says, ‘He (Gator) wants to make something out of his life and he gets this opportunity and it happens to involve harming other people.’

    While most would decline the offer considering all the hurting involved, Gator rationalizes it and gives his nod

    Interestingly, James Franco and Gary Fleder, the director of ‘Homefront’, had talked about working in a movie together years ago, so it seemed like a good fit to the actor to work in this project. From the very beginning of shooting the film, Fleder did not want Gator to be a cliched villain, hence they made the character multidimensional.

    ‘Homefront’ centres on a former DEA agent, played by Jason Statham, who moves with his family to a quiet town, where he soon meets his nemesis Gator, a local meth drug lord. The film’s screenplay has been written by Sylvester Stallone.


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    Once Upon a Time‘s most magical family tree is poised to grow — even beyond the new addition of Peter Pan as Rumpelstiltskin’s father and recent “baby talk” between Snow White and Prince Charming,

    In the wake of this week’s reveal that Pan is actually Rumple’s father Malcolm — transformed into the puckish lad during a long-ago visit to Neverland, after he gave up his son — TVLine compiled an updated family tree detailing Henry’s illustrious, insometimes infamous lineage.

    But wait, there’s literally more — because series cocreators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis tell TVLine exclusively, ”By the end of Season 3, this tree will grow by two spaces.”

    Even assuming that one of those additions will be for the wished-for Charming bambino — a likelihood bolstered by the news that Ginnifer Goodwin is pregnant by fiancé/scene partner Josh Dallas – on which branch do you think the other new family member will surface? Will someone gain a sister? Or maybe a long-lost child? Share your theories in the comments.

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    No wife ever wants to be able to say "I told you so!" in this case. After Hugh Jackman's wife of 17 years, Deborra-Lee Furness, became concerned by a mark on the Oscar nominee's nose, he got it checked out by a doctor.

    Posting a picture of his bandage-covered nose on Instagram, Jackman, 45, shared the troubling news, "Deb said to get the mark on my nose checked. Boy, was she right! I had a basil cell carcinoma. Please don't be foolish like me. Get yourself checked. And USE sunscreen!!!"

    Basal-cell carcinoma is a form of skin cancer and is the most common form of cancer today. It rarely kills, but it can cause disfigurement or destruction to the skin and surrounding tissues, and is therefore still considered malignant.

    The Wolverine star offered no further details on his condition, but appears to have gotten the mark removed.


    Have you or someone you know ever had skin cancer?

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  • 11/21/13--12:31: M.I.A. on The Colbert Report

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    Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas hosted the red carpet premiere of Homefront attended by cast members Jason Statham, James Franco, Kate Bosworth, Winona Ryder and Izabela Vidovic, as well as local celebrities Holly Madison, Véronic DiCaire of Véronic Voices, Jaymes and James of Chippendales, UFC Legend Randy Couture and Director/Producer Michael Polish

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    It's been a little over a year since the "Twilight" saga said goodbye with the final chapter, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Pt. 2." In the 12 months since Hollywood just hasn't been the same. Studios have tried to recreate the screaming tween magic with numerous faux franchises such as "The Host" and "Mortal Instruments," but moviegoers just won't have it. Sure, there's "Hunger Games" and potential future players like "Divergent" and "The Maze Runner," but where is our pop culture phenomenon to fill the "Twilight" void?

    Sad, no?

    In the meantime, the "stars" the Summit Entertainment series launched have been stretching their legs and venturing in new directions. Some more successfully than others. Actually, some much more successfully than others. With that in mind, let's review the winners and losers of the "Twilight" cast…one year later. You might be surprised who's on their way up and who's on their way down.

    LOSER: Taylor Lautner

    Best known for: "Twilight" saga
    Twilight Character: Jacob Black
    Non-Twilight highlight: Hosting "Saturday Night Live"
    Why: Lautner's non-"Twilight" career has been bumpy to say the least. He starred in the thriller "Abduction" that was stupidly rushed into production before it was ready. Even with bad reviews, the tepid box office proved Lautner was not ready to top line a movie on his own. That was one reason the reboot of "Stretch Armstrong" he was attached to fell apart so quickly (also, no one wants to see that movie anyway). Lautner was also supposed to make a movie with Gus Van Sant, but that still hasn't gone before cameras. What's next? An independently produced thriller without distribution where Lautner plays a bike messenger who jumps into the world of…parkour. Yikes.

    WINNER: Anna Kendrick

    Best known for: "Pitch Perfect"
    Twilight Character: Jessica Stanley
    Non-Twilight highlight: "Up in the Air"
    Why: It was apparent from the first film that supporting player Kendrick was destined for greater things than cracking wise in the cafeteria while Bella made eyes at Edward. She started appearing in high-profile films such as "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" and "50/50" while still punching the clock at her increasingly unsatisfying "Twilight" gig. Kendrick even scored an Oscar nomination opposite George Clooney in "Up in the Air," and sang her way to box office success and the Billboard Hot 100 with "Pitch Perfect." She'll soon be seen as Cinderella in "Into the Woods," alongside Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep.

    WINNER: Kellan Lutz

    Best known for: "Twilight" saga
    Twilight Character: Emmett Cullen
    Non-Twilight highlight: "Immortals"
    Why: Lutz may end up the luckiest and unlikely start of the bunch. Yes, he's got a bunch of bad B movies on his resume but Hollywood still sees him as a potential long term action star (it doesn't hurt the pickings are slim). He'll be seen next in the "first" "Hercules" movie of 2014, "Hercules: The Legend Begins," and then return in August alongside Sly Stallone, Jason Statham and Wesley Snipes in "The Expendables 3." If things go his way, in a decade he'll be remembered more as a kick-ass action star than a member of the Cullen clan.

    LOSER: Ashley Greene

    Best known for: "Twilight"
    "Twilight" Character: Alice Cullen
    Non-"Twilight" highlight: Uh..."Butter"?
    Why: As one of the highest-profile supporting players in the franchise, Greene's post-"Twilight" prospects looked bright - and then she starred in a string of forgettable films including supernatural snoozefest "The Apparition," Sundance non-starter "Skateland" and the ostensibly straight-to-DVD Miley Cyrus vehicle "LOL." Her future slate doesn't look much better, and indeed, her post-"Twilight" career has become more notable for her red carpet and magazine cover appearances than for anything she's done on-screen.

    LOSER: Nikki Reed

    Best known for: "Twilight"
    "Twilight" character: Rosalie Hale
    Non-"Twilight" highlight: "Thirteen"
    Why: Reed showed some promise as the star and co-writer of Catherine Hardwicke's 2003 drama "Thirteen" (a film based on Reed's actual experiences growing up in Los Angeles), a gig that led directly into the Hardwicke-directed first "Twilight" installment. Unfortunately, her non-Hardwicke/"Twilight" projects have been more or less a bust, with such little-seen films as the critically-panned 2009 horror flick "Chain Letter," the 2010 Bruce Willis-Malin Akerman vehicle "Catch .44" and the Dwayne Johnson-Liam Hemsworth actioner "Empire State" cluttering up her resume. Unless she can make a big turnaround in the next couple of years, this may well be the end of the direct-to-DVD line for the actress.

    JURY STILL OUT: Jamie Campbell Bower

    Best known for: "Mortal Instruments: City of Bones"
    Twilight Character: Caius
    Non-Twilight highlight: "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"
    Why: Bower had a career before appearing in "New Moon," but it's been bumpy ever since. Following "Breaking Dawn" Screen Gems made him the leading man in their expected franchise "Mortal Instruments" only to see the inaugural installment, "City of Bones," bomb at the box office. Bower has an under the radar thriller, "Overdrive," on his upcoming slate, but it's unclear it will ever see the light of day in theaters. Oh, and he reportedly made the dumb mistake of turning down the role of Enjolras in Tom Hooper's Oscar nominated hit musical "Les Miserables."

    Pattinson, Stewart, Facinelli, Reaser, Sheen, Fanning, Rathbone, Lefevre, Burke at the source.


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    What do you get when Justin Bieber jumps off a cliff?

    Nope, that's not a riddle, but it did entice a pack of photographers and videographers to capture the pop star's leap of faith in Hawaii Wednesday.

    After a year that has included facing graffiti charges in Brazil, getting hoisted up the Great Wall of China and declaring that Anne Frank "would have been a Belieber," the singer made his thrilling jump in the Aloha state.

    Fear not, Bieber fans: The star makes a splash – not a splat – in the video above, which shows the 19-year-old on top of a cliff in red swimming trunks with a camera-wielding crowd behind him.

    He looks momentarily fearful as he glances back, but then makes the leap into the churning water before starting his swim back to shore.

    Bieber won't likely be heading to Rio de Janeiro as a diver for the 2016 Olympic Games (graffiti charges aside) – but we'll give him an A for effort.

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    Charles Barkley says it’s okay for him to use the N-word.
    Bryant Gumbel begs to differ.

    Without mentioning Sir Charles by name, Gumbel, in a taped commentary scheduled to air Tuesday night on HBO’s “Real Sports,” says no one should use the word or get a “pass” to “say the word.”

    “No matter what color you are,” Gumbel said. “Not once, not ever.”

    On TNT’s NBA pregame show last week, Barkley said Matt Barnes, the Clippers forward who was fined $25,000 by the NBA for using the N-word in a tweet, didn’t need to apologize to anybody.
    “I’m a black man. I use the N-word,” Barkley said on TNT. “I’m going to continue using the N-word with my black friends and with my white friends.”

    Clearly Gumbel doesn’t agree. “Using the N-word says a lot about you and none of it’s good,” Gumbel says. “It just advertises your ignorance.”

    Gumbel positioned his comments as a set of guidelines “gleaned from 40 years in locker rooms and 65 years of being black.”
    Being young is not an excuse. The word’s use as a weapon to define, demean and destroy millions of people should never be forgotten,” Gumbel said. “If you need help remembering, check out the new film ‘12 Years a Slave’ and you will never view the N-Word the same way again.”


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    The N'Sync alumnus and recently engaged host of "Dirty Pop" on Sirius XM revealed yesterday that he will be returning to the world of music and has already completed the first single on an upcoming solo project being executive produced by Marc Schaffel. The crooner shared the announcement on Instagram: "Only took me 12 years to get back into the studio ...I think it's about time W Marc Schaffel and K C Porter."

    E! News reports on the unique concept behind Lance's first solo song:

    Schaffel shares that Bass has teamed up with Australian recording artist and DJ-producer Anise K and producer KC Porter for his debut dance pop song "Walking on Air," which will be released around the first week of January, and is the first new concept hit song featuring a couple different famous artists from different parts of the world, on versions to be released in their respective countries.

    "Listeners from around the world will have the option to hear the various versions and pick their favorites to download from iTunes, whether it is a version that features a well known local artist from their part of the world or one from a different part of the world," Schaffel said.

    A video for Lance's single will reportedly be finished this week.


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    A lot of people are under the assumption the Man of Steel sequel is going to be called Batman vs. Superman even though no official announcement has been made to that effect. But some recent domain registrations from Warner Bros. indicates the real title may be a little longer and a lot more ridiculous.

    According to Fusible.com, “This week, Warner Bros. secretly registered a host of possible titles through the internet brand protection company MarkMonitor.” They are:

    Possible titles include “Man of Steel Battle the Knight”, “Man of Steel Beyond Darkness”, “Man of Steel Black of Knight”, “Man of Steel Darkness Falls”, “Man of Steel Knight Falls”, “Man of Steel Shadow of the Night”, “Man of Steel The Blackest Hour”, and “Man of Steel The Darkness Within”. Shorter variations of the names were also registered like, “Battle the Knight”, “Black of Knight”, “Knight Falls”, and “The Blackest Hour”.

    I, uh…I’m just gonna leave those here.


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    On Monday we brought you the news that producer Bob Farnsworth, Star Partners and Hummingbird Prods were getting together to make It’s a Wonderful Life: The Rest of the Story, a movie about an angel showing George Bailey’s horrible grandkid that the world would be better of if he’d never been born.

    Today we bring you the news that Paramount Pictures is like “Naw, brah. Naw.”

    See, Paramount also were apparently staring at their screens in confusion on Monday, and opened their office door to shout down to the legal department: “Hey we still have the rights to It’s a Wonderful Life, one of the most beloved Christmas movies of all time despite how little it has to do with Christmas, because we bought the company that made it and all of their assets in 1998 and we haven’t, like, gotten black out drunk and sold it?” And their legal department was like “Yup. I mean, yeah, we still have all the right to It’s a Wonderful Life, and probably also the short story it was based on, The Greatest Gift.”

    “Right,” said Paramount, and released a statement:

    No project relating to It’s a Wonderful Life can proceed without a license from Paramount. To date, these individuals have not obtained any of the necessary rights, and we would take all appropriate steps to protect those rights.

    Bob Farnsworth, producer on The Rest of the Story, responded:

    We have spent a lot of time, money and research that leads us to believe that we are clear on any infractions of the copyright. If anyone feels that have a legal claim, we will be happy to talk with them. I believe that whatever resolution needs to be made will be made amicably, in the positive spirit of the project.

    Translation: we’re pretty sure we found a loophole but just in case we haven’t, if you get nasty we’re going to plug our ears and call you a Mister Potter. In the positive spirit of a project in which a representative of god tells some jerk that the world would be better off without if he’d never existed.


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    SPOILER ALERT! Ryan Murphy hints at what's ahead for Fiona, Marie Laveau, Madame LaLaurie, more

    A new Supreme will be chosen
    Coven's Jan. 29 finale, which reveals Fiona's (Jessica Lange) successor, will unfold a tad differently from previous AHS conclusions. ''It usually is a very nihilistic ending. But this year is different because it's an incredibly dark-comedy ending, which I like,'' says Murphy, who teases, ''Nobody has guessed who the Supreme is.''

    Marie Laveau isn't as invincible as she seems
    While the immortal voodoo priestess appears to be unstoppable in her quest to bring down her rival witches, Murphy says, ''There's a very vulnerable, scary thing that happens to her that forces her to regret how hard she's been on the coven witches.''

    Madame LaLaurie gets her (really, really vicious) groove back
    ''This is one of the most evil women of all time. At a certain point she's gotta fight back,'' says Murphy of the racist sadist (Kathy Bates). ''Those witches are going to rue the day they brought her into that house!''

    Get ready for voodoo Satan
    That would be Coven's take on Papa Legba, who stands between the living and the dead. ''You find out that's how come Marie Laveau looks so good — because she sold her soul years ago. He's a very dark, funny, popular spirit.''

    And introducing…Stevie Nicks!
    Murphy persuaded the Fleetwood Mac icon to appear as herself in the Jan. 8 episode — and yes, there will be singing. ''It's part of Fiona's ruse, in that Fiona is trying to get the true Supreme to reveal herself because she needs to stay alive. So she tells Misty Day [Lily Rabe] that the Supreme gets so many great things like tickets to the Oscars and the Met Ball. So she brings Stevie Nicks in as a gift to Misty to prove to her that if she exhibits more power, she'll get that and more. Then the other girls come home and see Stevie and Misty singing, and it starts them trying to move much quicker to prove that they are the Supreme.''

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    'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire': A film that suffers from the crucial flaw of not having enough hot boys


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    Imagine ...if John Lennon, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin and several other iconic rock stars hadn't died before their time. While we will never know what music they may have written, thanks to modern technology we can get a good sense of what they would've looked like.

    The photo series, created by the PR firm Sachs Media Group, also features Kurt Cobain, Bob Marley and Keith Moon.

    John Lennon

    The former Beatle died in 1980 at age 40, after being shot to death by deranged fan Mark David Chapman.

    If he were alive today, he would be 73 years old.

    Elvis Presley

    After years of prescription drug abuse, Elvis succumbed to his various health ailments on August 16, 1977, at the age of 42.

    Today, he would be 78 years old.

    Janis Joplin

    Janis (or Pearl, as her friends called her) passed away from a drug overdose at the tender age of 27 in 1970.

    However, if she were still with us, she would have celebrated her 70th birthday this year.

    Kurt Cobain

    Since he died at the age of 27 in 1994, the "Smells Like Teen Spirit" singer remains young in the public's memory. Until now.

    Here is what Nirvana's frontman would look like as a 46-year-old in 2013.

    Jim Morrison

    The Lizard King may have lived hard and died young (28), but that still doesn't stop us from imagining him as an older gentleman.

    Here he is, at what would have been the cusp of his 70th birthday.

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