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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    spot-on Caroline Zhang parody, Korea.

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    When people talk about the cinematic geniuses of the 1980s, one name invariably comes up -- John Hughes. For young people growing up then and even today, the writer-director's name conjures up memories of unforgettable films.

    From "Sixteen Candles" (1984) and "The Breakfast Club" (1985) to "Pretty in Pink" (1986) and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (1986), Hughes was responsible for a series of films that openly and honestly explored the exhilaration and tumultuousness of adolescence.

    It's been nearly three decades since those movies arrived in theaters, but audiences still watch and enjoy them as if they were made yesterday. However, despite the love audiences have shown for his work, Hughes was never nominated for an Academy Award.

    Hughes isn't alone in being an outstanding filmmaker whose features about people under 30 were overlooked during awards season. It's unfortunate but undeniable that award shows -- and the Oscars in particular -- have a history of ignoring great movies made for and about young people.

    In 2013 alone, several such films received raves from critics, earning spots on "best of" lists. "The Kings of Summer" and "The Way, Way Back" scored approval ratings of 76% and 85% of critics, respectively, on RottenTomatoes.com, while "The Spectacular Now," written by the duo behind 2009's underappreciated "(500) Days of Summer," earned the approval of 92% of critics.

    "Short Term 12" received a 99% approval on Rotten Tomatoes, a higher ranking than any of this year's best picture nominees."Spring Breakers," starring James Franco and Selena Gomez, may have divided some moviegoers, but the film was also lauded for its provocative depiction of disaffected youth. And it's not for nothing that "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" was the top grossing film of 2013.

    Yet not one of these movies earned a single Oscar nomination.

    Meanwhile, "The Wolf of Wall Street -- which secured a 77% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes -- received five Academy Award nods, including ones for best picture and best adapted screenplay.

    That's not to say that "Wolf" didn't deserve recognition, but these other movies focused on characters in the early stages of adulthood. From three teenage boys running away from home to build a house in "The Kings of Summer" to a couple in their 20s managing a treatment facility for troubled children in "Short Term 12," these films were about young people finding their way -- a seeming disadvantage in the academy's eyes.

    In an e-mail interview, Dana Polan, a professor of cinema studies at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, noted that "Hollywood associates youth with escapist entertainment. (There) is the assumption here (no doubt, a biased one) that to be important, a theme has to be adult and mature, and youth films just don't make it."

    Over the years, there have been some exceptions to this rule. For example, "Rebel Without a Cause" (1955) received three Oscar nominations, and "American Graffiti" (1973) grabbed five nods -- though both films ultimately walked away empty-handed. "Juno," the 2007 comedy about a pregnant high schooler (Ellen Page), was nominated for four Oscars, including best picture and best director. The film took home the award for best original screenplay -- a win that one could argue had more to do with the quirkiness of Diablo Cody's script than the subject matter itself.

    Film critic Nell Minow (the Movie Mom) also observed that "Oscar voters skew older."

    "They are more interested in stories about grown-ups and more likely to have relationships with actors and filmmakers who are 30 and older," Minow said via e-mail.

    That may be part of the reason why movies such as "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," which delighted critics with one of 2012's best scripts and stellar performances from Logan Lerman and Emma Watson -- also didn't receive any recognition from the academy.

    Such snubs seem particularly egregious, partly because the academy often blatantly attempts to appeal to a younger demographic. In 2011, the Oscars chose James Franco and Anne Hathaway as hosts in hopes of attracting younger viewers. The plan failed, with the ratings dipping and the duo receiving poor reviews.

    The intention may have been a noble one, but perhaps a better idea would have been for the academy to begin honoring movies that speak to what it's like to be a young person today.


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    Jessica Alba is an advocate for showing affection.

    The Honest Company co-founder models an Amanda Uprichard dress on the April 2014 issue of Redbook. In the magazine's profile, the actress and eco-friendly businesswoman, 32, opens up about life with hubby Cash Warren, 35, and their adorable daughters Honor, 5, and Haven, 2.

    When Alba learns that some parents don't kiss their children on the lips, she seems taken aback. "Really? Why?!" the movie star asks. "It's your baby. People allow dogs to lick at their mouths."

    Luckily, if the star of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For ever has any questions about parenting, she can turn to her Mommy and Me group for advice. "They're some of my closest girlfriends," Alba tells the mag.

    Of course, being Alba's friend isn't always easy. "It's weird when we're doing normal mom things and there's paparazzi around," she explains. "That's the only thing that makes everyone uncomfortable."


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    Actor Brad Pitt’s dapper look in a tuxedo at this year’s Academy Awards also owes to his creative fiancee Angelina Jolie, who designed his cufflinks.
    Brad Pitt’s tuxedo buttons and cufflinks were designed by ‘Style of Jolie’ jewellery line with Robert Procop, reported People magazine.
    Angelina Jolie, 38, had gifted the cufflinks to Brad Pitt as a Christmas present.

    “Brad’s specially designed cufflinks were a gift from Angelina one year for Christmas,” said Procop in a statement.
    While Brad Pitt wore a tuxedo at the Oscars, Angelina Jolie ditched her love for black by opting to dazzle in a shimmery Elie Saab Couture gown.

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    Katie Holmes has broken her silence about her and longtime stylist Jeanne Yang‘s fashion line Holmes & Yang.

    The pair shared in a joint statement given exclusively to JustJared.com on Monday:“After five years, both Katie Holmes and Jeanne Yang have decided to close their clothing line, Holmes & Yang.”

    The statement continued, “Katie and Jeanne remain close friends.”

    Katie and Jeanne dressed many top celebrities together in Holmes & Yang including Rihanna, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, and Olivia Wilde.

    Although Jeanne, one of Hollywood’s top male stylists for the past decade, is notorious for never confirming her client roster, sources tell us that she dressed top talent for last night’s Academy Awards including Oscar winners Christian Bale and Alfonso Cuarón, who just took home Best Director for Gravity.


    They call her Holmes... Katie Holmes (no shit, Sherlock).


    Katie Holmes is bringing a touch of Hollywood to ELLE’s April issue.

    The actress, photographed by Thomas Whiteside, wears a striking new-season Prada coat on the cover of our new issue, out Thursday. And it doesn’t stop there, with new-season pieces by Dior, Marc Jacobs, Proenza Schouler and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci showcased across her eight-page feature.

    Holmes has long been a fashion icon for many of us, who grew up knowing her as Joey Potter, her on-screen alter ego in cult 90s drama series Dawson’s Creek.

    It’s a period of her life she discusses nostalgically in our exclusive interview with Emma Brockes: ‘The world has changed so much since then. Social media, and what people are watching. But I think innocence was one of the draws of the show. It was these kids going through first love and heartbreak and growing up and friendships changing. So I’m glad that the innocence still holds up.’

    The issue of childhood experience is especially pertinent to Holmes now that she’s a mother herself; daughter Suri, whose father is Katie’s ex-husband Tom Cruise (), turns eight this year.

    ‘I think all of our experiences bring us to a greater understanding of ourselves and help us realise what is most important,’ she says.

    ‘That being said, I have three older sisters and one older brother and I went to an all-girls school, and have always been a fan of women. I support women and all experiences give you more insight into others, as well as yourself.’

    Read the interview in full in the April issue of ELLE, on newsstands from 6 March.


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    It’s only Tuesday (I know, I know, sorry for reminding you) but the ladies at Cosmopolitan — who seem to be on a permanent mission to break the Interwebs — have just gifted the world with a little something that might make your weekend feel just that much closer.

    Enter “Cats + Abs,” which is exactly what it sounds like: Two minutes and 30 glorious seconds of hot shirtless guys playing with kittens while rapping a Grammy Award-worthy ditty about Fancy Feast, chests, abs and obliques. The best part? All three kitties are currently adoptable through the Humane Society — as in, you can totally stop by and take one home with you tonight! The men, on the other hand…

    (P.S. Hi, American flag bandana guy! Call me.)


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    Spoiler alert: If you have not watched the March 4 episode of Pretty Little Liars, stop reading now!

    For a while now, I’ve been sitting on the theory that “Uber A” is one of the mothers on the show. My top theory was (and maybe still is?) that it was Mrs. Fitzgerald, though Mrs. DiLaurentis was always suspicious. I’ve even considered all of the individual Liars’ moms, keeping a close eye on Ashley and Veronica. But after that episode, could we have found our “Uber A”? Nothing’s ever for certain in Rosewood, but I think it’s a good possibility that dear old Mrs. D isn’t what she seems — except for the creepy part; she is definitely that.

    This week, things kicked off with Spencer back from three days in rehab — stints are getting shorter and shorter, aren’t they? — with a hot new drug and alcohol abuse counselor by her side. His name is Dean, and sadly, the show didn’t let Nathaniel Buzolic use his natural Australian accent. Regardless, Spencer was basically put on house arrest: No friends, no school, no technology. Instead, her life was all about health shakes, working out, and jogging that memory of hers until she was ready to talk. Dean was going to be staying in the barn to keep an eye on her. Look, I know she loves Toby, but don’t tell me she shouldn’t be tempted. Yum.

    Currently enjoying the opposite of house arrest, Aria was off at Syracuse for some sort of prospective student orientation week. But the only thing she was getting oriented with was Riley, the leather jacket-wearing musician who knew the solution to all Aria’s problems: A frat party-approved red solo cup and some pineapple rum. Surprisingly, the two of them were actually quite cute. Riley was the adorable teen who just wanted to play music, even if his parents didn’t approve, and Aria was the girl who needed a break from her regular life to figure out how to start living it again. They both did the other some good. After their week together was up, Riley went to talk to his parents about his dreams, and Aria went to talk to Ezra.

    Yep, Ezra was back from New York and still seemed to be pulling Mona’s strings when she called it quits with Mike. But Emily wanted to find out why. According to Mona, she still didn’t know who took over the “A” game when she was in Radley, but she had made a deal with Ezra. If his book were published, she could still get arrested for some of the things she did, so in exchange for information, Ezra would edit parts of his book. And yes, he’d asked Mona to date Mike to spy on Aria, but after Mona really fell for him, she let him go so as to not drag him through her mess. Mona, who didn’t seem to know that Ali was alive, told Em that she thought Ezra knew the identity of “A.”

    Meanwhile, Hanna was juggling all of her men. After she apologized to Holbrook for accidentally running into his mouth, he showed her the anonymous tip he’d received unknowingly from Paige. Hanna, of course, didn’t know who it was from, but she did gather that Holbrook was a little jealous of Travis. And he probably should be, considering Travis got a (crappy) date and a kiss from the blond Liar before the night was over.

    Still working her way through withdrawal symptoms, Spencer was running her fourth mile with “mean Dean” when she started to have more hallucinations. She saw herself chasing Ali through the woods with a shovel on the night of the disappearance. And when Ali tripped, Spencer slammed the shovel down. Blood splattered on her face. Combine that with the dirt in Spencer’s bed containing a note that read:  “I know you dug her grave. Now I’m digging yours,” and the comment Mrs. D dropped to Spencer saying, “No mother should have to watch her child die,” and Mrs. D is definitely looking guilty. Although, so is Spencer. But what exactly could Spencer be guilty of is Ali’s still alive? My head hurts.

    Back in Rosewood, Aria headed straight for Ezra’s apartment. She told him that he needed to leave town for good. He tried to tell her that they could work through this, but she wasn’t interested in seeing him or hearing from him ever again. He agreed, but not until he gave her a copy of his manuscript (which he had gone to New York to pull the plug on). And that’s how the Liars discovered his theory about Mrs. D. But before we get to that, was that really Ezra’s goodbye? It can’t be. Why am I still so attached to this man? It’s okay to be, right? He’s not as bad as we once thought he was, at least (and still just as cute).

    At Emily’s, the girls discussed Ezra’s theory. Why would Mrs. D want to stop them from getting Ali home? Don’t they all want the same thing? As Spencer put it, not if she thinks Spencer tried to kill Ali. Could “A” have been targeting Spencer this whole time? Well, it certainly seems she is now: The episode ended with Mrs. D showing up in Spencer’s room only to have to sneak out when Veronica showed up.

    And in our “A” clip of the week, the black hoodie was sewing a wedding dress (one that we know will be worn by Spencer next week). So, are all signs pointing to Mrs. D? Is she in on this alone? And does she know Travis — I found their interaction very intriguing. (Also, I love Travis.) What did Toby’s letter to Spencer say, and why was it from London? And what is going to happen now that Hanna’s about to tell Emily about Paige’s letter?

    TORONTO — A group of doctors, lawyers and researchers have targeted the ABC family show Pretty Little Liars, saying it violates Canadian law by portraying the misuse of a prescription drug in several episodes.

    Adrienne Shnier, a PhD candidate at York University, said the group has filed a complaint about the popular show — now in its fourth season on Bell Media’s M3TV — with the CRTC, Canada’s regulatory agency for broadcasting.

    The show incorporates a subplot that has a main character abusing ADHD medication — identifiable as Adderall, a drug that has been widely misused by teens and college students.

    It has been coined the “study drug” because it’s falsely believed to enhance students’ cognitive functioning. However, abuse of the drug can lead to addiction, insomnia, paranoia and anorexia.

    “Not only do they show the medication in scenes where it isn’t necessary to do so, but for the first three episodes of the storyline, there are no indications of any harms or negative side effects,” said Shnier. “Showing the pills clearly on television (in one scene the pill is even in her mouth) is unnecessary as it does not contribute to the plot in any way, but instead shows them what it is and how to illegally get it.”

    The CRTC has given broadcasters until March 21 to respond to the allegations. An M3TV spokesman said station representatives would respond to the CRTC and not provide any comment until that time.

    The complaint alleged that the portrayal of the use of the drug breaks direct-to-consumer advertising laws by promoting “off-label” use of a prescription medication and might be as serious an offense as deliberate product placement.

    Complaints were also registered with Health Canada and the Food and Drug Administration in the U.S.

    A CAMH study found that in 2009, more than 16,000 Ontario students had already tried an ADHD medication for off-label use.

    uno, due, tre, quattro, cinque

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    • Arnold Schwarzenegger is the star of the terminator franchise and other 90's classic like that one with Danny Devito

    • He is also a powerlifter which happened before his acting career (apparently did some gay stuff or something idk)

    • Epic Meal Time are youtube celebs that make gigantic meals and eat them, they're usually disgustingly big meals loaded with calories and fat.

    • Source: Epic Meal Time@youtube

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    LONDON — “Boardwalk Empire” and “American Hustle” thesp Jack Huston is to star as English monarch Charles II in Ecosse Films’ 17th-century period drama “The Great Fire of London,” which has been greenlit by U.K. free-to-air channel ITV.

    The four-parter, which will unfold over four consecutive days, centers on Thomas Farriner, played by Andrew Buchan (“Broadchurch”), whose bakery in London’s Pudding Lane was at the heart of the catastrophic fire in 1666.

    “Game of Thrones” and “Downton Abbey” thesp Rose Leslie will play Farriner’s sister in law, Sarah, with whom Farriner has a complex relationship.

    Oliver Jackson-Cohen (“Dracula,” “Mr Selfridge”) plays Charles’ brother, James Duke of York, while Daniel Mays (“Mrs Biggs,” “Treasure Island,” “Public Enemies”) appears as diarist Samuel Pepys, a close confidante of the King. Perdita Weeks (“The Invisible Woman”) will play Pepys’ wife Elizabeth.

    The cast also includes Andrew Tiernan (“Ripper Street”) and Charles Dance (“Game of Thrones”).

    The miniseries, which is based on a story by novelist and political journalist Tom Bradby, lenses this month for nine weeks on location in Kent, Surrey, Oxfordshire and central London. Pyrotechnics and special effects, as opposed to CGI, will create the fire sequences as London burns.

    Douglas Rae and Lucy Bedford will executive produce for Ecosse with Gina Cronk (“The White Queen”) producing. Jon Jones (“Lawless,” “Mr Selfridge”) is directing.

    “In 1666 London was the greatest city in the world with a population of 300,000. In just four days The Great Fire destroyed nearly half the city and threatened the monarchy,” said Rae. “It’s a fascinating premise for a drama and creates the perfect backdrop for Tom Bradby to be at his most creative.”

    Bradby (“Shadow Dancer”) has penned the first three episodes, and writing duo Chris Hurford and Tom Butterworth, who worked together on “Doc Martin” and “Ashes to Ashes,” have written episode four.


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    Oprah Winfrey delves into the deep impact of drug addiction with an intimate one-on-one conversation with Russell Brand who describes his experience as a recovering addict, in an all new episode airing on “Oprah Prime” this Sunday, March 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. This episode marks the series name change for “Oprah’s Next Chapter.”

    “When ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ launched two years ago, it gave Oprah the platform to explore the world in a fresh and meaningful way,” said Sheri Salata, president, OWN. "As the show has evolved into more topical conversations with newsmakers and celebrities, ‘Oprah Prime’ provides a wider lens for Oprah to intimately explore topics that matter and the public figures who are making a difference, as only she can.”

    This Sunday, during Oprah’s exclusive television interview with Russell Brand, he shares his personal thoughts on addiction, his hope for a more compassionate perception of those struggling with drug addiction, and how the recent passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman has caused him to reflect on his own sobriety.Oprah also uncovers the startling personal stories of a mom of two and a former college athlete who both say they began using heroin following an addiction to prescription pills. They each share the devastating effects of drugs on themselves as well as their family and friends.

    Oprah Prime” will take an in-depth look at some of the most important issues facing us today, as well as headline-making current events through compelling interviews and thoughtful discussions with newsmakers, celebrities, luminaries, and real-life families. The series is produced by Harpo Studios. Executive produced by Andrea Wishom and Tara Montgomery. Viewers can join the conversation on Twitter using #OprahPrime.


    Hmm....giving me The Oprah Show feels....

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    In producing the Oscars selfie-that-broke-Twitter, Ellen DeGeneres also produced one of the funniest minutes of television we've seen in a long time. But if you only watched it once, you probably missed most of the hilarity.

    Between Bradley Cooper's fixation on taking the photo (and obvious joy once he finally gets to), Jennifer Lawrence's advice that someone needs to "drop a boob," and Channing Tatum enthusiastically seconding that advice, it's the stuff of comedy gold.

    With so much going on and so many stars talking over one another, it's easy to miss all the ridiculous banter going back and forth. So we painstakingly transcribed it, word for word (or at least the words that we're properly mic'd). But oh was it worth it!

    DeGeneres: "Um Meryl ..."

    Meryl Streep: "Yes."

    DeGeneres: "Here's my idea: okay, so you were nominated... it's a record breaking 18 times, right? So I thought we would try to break another record right now with the most retweets of a photo."


    DeGeneres:"So right now, I am going to take a picture of us."


    DeGeneres:"And then we'll see if we can break the record for the most retweets."

    Streep: (pointing to Julia Roberts) "Okay. She's... get her in here."

    DeGeneres:"Yeah, you should get in here too Julia."

    Julia Roberts: (holding up bunny ears) "I can just do this."

    DeGeneres:"No lean in. Lean in. Channing, if you can get in also."

    Bradley Cooper: "Do you want me to take it?"

    DeGeneres:"Bradley, will you come in, no I want you in it."

    Cooper: (pointing at the phone) "I can take it."

    DeGeneres:"Jennifer, come in also."

    Cooper:"I'll take it."

    DeGeneres:"Brad, get in here."

    Cooper: (reaching for the phone) "I'll take it."

    DeGeneres:"No, I'm doing it.

    Cooper:"You'll take it?"

    DeGeneres:"Angie. Lupita. Alright. Okay, wait."

    Jared Leto:"Hold on, I'm getting in on this too!"

    Cooper: (moving Ellen's arm) "Maybe this way. This way."

    Lawrence:"Somebody should drop a boob if we want this retweeted this many times."


    Channing Tatum:"Drop a boob. Somebody drop a boob."

    DeGeneres:"Meryl. Meryl..."

    Streep:"Want me to do it?"

    Cooper: "Here, I'll do it."

    DeGeneres: "No Meryl. Can you take it Meryl?"

    Tatum: "I'll drop a boob. It's fine, I swear."

    Roberts: "What does that mean, drop a boob?"

    DeGeneres:"Meryl, can you take it? I can't get everyone in here."

    Tatum:"Alright, I got a boob. I got a boob."

    Lawrence:"Is my arm further?"

    Cooper: (finally securing the phone) "My arm goes way further."

    Lawrence:"My arm's probably better."

    DeGeneres:"Hey, that's good. Look at us."


    Pitt:"Not bad."

    DeGeneres:"Oh yes! We did it!"

    Streep:"Oh, I've never tweeted before!"

    Source: http://movies.yahoo.com/blogs/movie-news/drop-boob-decoding-hilarious-moments-ellen-record-breaking-001640672.html

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    The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in cooperation with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, today announced the Drama Performer Pre-Nominations for the 41st Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards.

    An online judging ballot containing all entrants in each of six performer categories was sent to registered, eligible peer judges. The ballot contained a randomized order of performers in each category, regardless of their show.

    Judges were required to view clips online containing the work of each performer entry before selecting their top 10 performer choices in each category.

    The Outstanding Lead Actress category contains 12 prenominated performers and the Supporting Actor category contains 13 pre-nominated performers due to ties. Ballots were submitted directly to Lutz & Carr, an independent accounting firm, who tabulated the results.

    The candidates below who received the highest number of votes now advance to the blue ribbon screening round, scheduled to begin on March 26, which will determine both nominees and recipients. All nominations will be announced May 1st.

    Pre-nominated performers in alphabetical order in six categories follow below:


    SHARON CASE, as Sharon Newman
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    JESSICA COLLINS, as Avery Bailey Clark
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    EILEEN DAVIDSON, as Kristen DiMera
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    FINOLA HUGHES, as Anna Devane
    General Hospital, ABC

    KATHERINE KELLY LANG, as Brooke Logan
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    KELLY MONACO, as Sam McCall
    General Hospital, ABC

    ALISON SWEENEY, as Sami Brady
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    HEATHER TOM, as Katie Logan
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    JESS WALTON, as Jill Abbott Fenmore
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    MAURA WEST, as Ava Jerome
    General Hospital, ABC

    LAURA WRIGHT, as Carly Corinthos
    General Hospital, ABC

    ARIANNE ZUCKER, as Nicole Walker
    Days of Our Lives, NBC


    MAURICE BENARD, as Sonny Corinthos, Jr.
    General Hospital, ABC

    PETER BERGMAN, as Jack Abbott
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    DOUG DAVIDSON, as Paul Williams
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    ROGER HOWARTH, as Franco
    General Hospital, ABC

    CHRISTIAN LEBLANC, as Michael Baldwin
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    JOHN MCCOOK, as Eric Forrester
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    JASON THOMPSON, as Patrick Drake
    General Hospital, ABC

    BILLY MILLER, as Billy Abbott
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    JAMES SCOTT, as EJ DiMera
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    Days of Our Lives, NBC


    TRACEY E. BREGMAN, as Lauren Fenmore Baldwin
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    MELISSA CLAIRE EGAN, as Chelsea Newman
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    JANE ELLIOT, as Tracy Quartermaine
    General Hospital, ABC

    NANCY LEE GRAHN, as Alexis Davis
    General Hospital, ABC

    AMELIA HEINLE, as Victoria Newman
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    LISA LOCICERO, as Olivia Falconeri
    General Hospital, ABC

    KIMBERLY MCCULLOUGH, as Robin Scorpio Drake
    General Hospital, ABC

    KELLY SULLIVAN, as Connie Falconeri
    General Hospital, ABC

    CYNTHIA WATROS, as Kelly Andrews
    The Young and the Restless, CBS


    ROBERT ADAMSON, as Noah Newman
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    BRADFORD ANDERSON, as Damien Spinelli
    General Hospital, ABC

    BLAKE BERRIS, as Nick Fallon
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    SEAN BLAKEMORE, as Shawn Butler
    General Hospital, ABC

    DARIN BROOKS, as Wyatt Fuller Spencer
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    STEVE BURTON, as Dylan McAvoy
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    SCOTT CLIFTON, as Liam Spencer
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    WILLIAM DEVRY. As Julian Jerome
    General Hospital, ABC

    WALLY KURTH, as Justin Kiriakis
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    ERIC MARTSOLF, as Brady Black
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    GREG RIKAART, as Kevin Fisher
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    GREG VAUGHAN, as Eric Brady
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    DOMINIC ZAMPROGNA, as Dante Falconeri
    General Hospital, ABC


    KRISTEN ALDERSON, as Kiki Jerome
    General Hospital, ABC

    CAMILA BANUS, as Gabi Hernandez
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    LINSEY GODFREY, as Caroline Spencer
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    CHRISTEL KHALIL, as Lily Winters Ashby
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    HUNTER KING, as Summer Newman
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    KATE MANSI, as Abby Horton Deveraux
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    KIM MATULA, as Hope Logan
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    KELLEY MISSAL, as Danielle Manning
    One Life to Live, TOLN.com

    ASHLYN PEARCE, as Aly Forrester,
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    DENYSE TONTZ, as Miranda Montgomery
    All My Children, TOLN.com


    CORBIN BLEU, as Jeffery King
    One Life To Live, TOLN.com

    BRYAN CRAIG, as Morgan Corinthos
    General Hospital, ABC

    CHAD DUELL, as Michael Corinthos
    General Hospital, ABC

    MAX EHRICH, as Fenmore Baldwin
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    ADAM GREGORY, as Thomas Forrester
    The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

    CHANDLER MASSEY, as Will Horton
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    CASEY MOSS, as JJ Devereaux
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    ERIC NELSEN, as AJ Chandler
    All My Children, TOLN.com

    DANIEL POLO, as Jamie Vernon
    The Young and the Restless, CBS

    FREDDIE SMITH, as Sonny Kiriakis
    Days of Our Lives, NBC

    source: WeLoveSoaps

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    Jennie Garth has spilled the details on multiple aspects of her life in her book "Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde".

    And, of course, there was some 90210 talk, which brought up her former frenemie Shannen Doherty.
    "One of the great 90210 legends is that Shannen and I actually came to blows one time," Garth writes. "I will tell you that this never happened—although we did come very, very close."


    Jennie went on to illustrate a specific incident when Doherty was trying to throw Garth off her game while shooting, and she just had enough.

    "We were shooting a scene and Shannen kept grabbing at the hem of my skirt, trying to slap me on the leg—anything to get me to react and break character. Finally, when she'd pulled up my skirt, and my bare ass was exposed for everyone on the set to see, I did snap and I yelled at her, something to the effect of, 'Come on, bitch! We're talking this outside!'"

    Dang, Jennie! The two went outside cursing each other out, but "before we could kill each other," Luke Perry and Jason Priestley jumped in and separated the two, who Garth compared to "gasoline and a match," from each other.

    "Brenda and Kelly began as best friends but turned into bitter rivals, and Shannen and I did, too, at least for a time while we were working together." Garth mentioned that one day "without warning," Doherty was gone. With time, she settled her tension with Shannen and "now I count her as one of my dearest, closest friends."


    Are you still bitter rivals with someone from high school, ONTD? How do you handle bullies from back in the day?

    Source: http://www.eonline.com/news/517657/jennie-garth-was-bitter-rivals-with-shannen-doherty-on-90210-like-gasoline-and-a-match

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    It's all gone a bit Back to the Future.

    Leaks of the plot have come courtesy of Moviehole, and paint a distinctly 'Back to the Future'-esque picture for the sequel/reboot, set for a 2015 release.

    It's set to star Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor, Jason Clarke as John Connor, Jai Courtney as Kyle Reese and, of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger as the original Terminator.

    Directing is Alan Taylor, of 'Thor: The Dark World' and 'Game of Thrones' fame.

    Says Moviehole: “The Terminator from the future will arrive on earth, attack some punks (keen to see who they get to play Bill Paxton), and then slaughter his way through a bunch of Sarah Connors’ – until he finds the correct target.

    “And, of course, Kyle Reese (Courtney) volunteers to go back to 1984 and save Sarah – just as he did first time around. But don’t expect everything to work out like it did in the original... something is going to play out different.

    “And then, we’ll also be taken back to the events of the sequel. The scene where the T-1000 (played by Robert Patrick in “Terminator 2 : Judgement Day”), posing as a cop, visiting John Connor’s home, where he meets – and consequently kills – foster parents Todd (Xander Berkeley) and Janelle (Jenette Goldstein), is in there. As are several other key moments.

    “And then we’ll be going back to moments we haven’t seen on film before – such as scenes with young Sarah and her parents.”

    Such talk is perhaps to be taken with a pinch of salt, however, there has already been mention of time travel being key to the plot.

    Arnold himself revealed that shooting begins next month, so clearly the script is ready to go.

    “We start filming in the middle or in the end of April and it will be a four or four-and-a-half month long shoot,”
    he told fansite The Arnold Fans.

    “We will be filming it in New Orleans with some of it in San Francisco and maybe a little of it in LA but most of it will be done in New Orleans."

    “I’m really looking forward to that because as you know, the last time when they did the Terminator, it was when I was Governor and so I couldn’t be in that movie but now I’m back again and they are very excited about having me in the film … The script is fantastic so I’m really looking forward to this film.”


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    Cameron Diaz has been talking about her vagina again – and has gone into rather explicit detail.

    The Hollywood starlet, 41, was appearing on America’s Chelsea Lately to promote her self-help book, The Body Book, when show host, Chelsea Handler, asked her about the chapters regarding female genitalia.

    ‘For me, the vagina is such an integral part of the body,’ Diaz explained, adding: ‘We think the vagina is on the outside. I say grab a mirror and play along. Get in there.’

    The What to Expect When You’re Expecting star said the downstairs area requires special attention.

    ‘You’re supposed to treat it like the beautiful flower that is, the delicate flower that it is. And you’re supposed to nurture it in all the ways that it needs nurturing,’ she enthused.

    ‘[You should be] watering it. Fertilizing it. It needs nourishment. It’s hungry,’ she stated.


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    I almost forgot this show split a year into 2 seasons. Linda Schuyler's impact!!! Also, Ryan Murphy et al. are really committed to ruining Tina.

    R.I.P. non-insufferable Tina (?-2011)

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    What’s with all the water? And, does this mean they’re giving up on "Bridges"?

    New Zealand duo Broods (made of siblings Caleb and Georgia Nott) have premiered on VEVO the official music video for their new single “Never Gonna Change”. “Bridges” is Brood’s very first official single, it got to the Top 10 in New Zealand, and it was climbing positions in Australia, and everybody was thinking Broods, having now signed deals with UK and US labels, would go to these markets to promote this song which is also produced by the producer behind Lorde's debut album, Joel Little.

    "Never Gonna Change" is pretty decent but i thought "Bridges" would be a better song to represent them (and personally i prefer "Pretty Thing" to be a second single or third single, maybe?)

    Source 1,2,3,4,5

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