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Carice van Houten poses with Renly
John Bradley poses with a White Walker.
Sibel Kekilli kisses Tyrion.
Conleith Hill licks Tyrion.
Yuri Kolokolnikov holds a White Walker.
Nathalie Emmanuel poses with a baby dragon.
Kristian Nairn poses with a direwolf.
Peter Dinklage poses with Tyrion.
Sophie Turner poses with Ned and Greywind!
Jack Gleeson poses with Joffrey
Michael McElhatton poses with Robb Stark *insert 'The Lannisters send their regards' joke here*
Masie Williams strikes a pose with Ghost.
Rose Leslie poses with Yigrite.
Rory McCann poses with The Hound.
Emilia Clarke poses with one of her dragons.
bb BranFlakes poses with Grey Wind
Liam Cunningham poses with Joffrey.
And last but not least: A Troll poses with Ned Stark's severed head.
Archer avoids crash landing in a dangerous swamp only to come face-to-face with a shady arms dealer (Christian Slater).
WARNING: We're about to recap the season four finale of Pretty Little Liars and spill some serious scoop on what's ahead. If you don't want to know, we suggest moving to Ravenswood. For everyone else, let's discuss!
What the $^#&! just happened?!
Tonight's season four finale of Pretty Little Liars promised fans an action-packed, answer-filled hour of heart-pounding thrills—and that's exactly what we got! We know that many of you are still trying to process the avalanche of answers that just suffocated you so here are the episodes' biggest twists and turns…
Spencer (Troian Bellisario) did not hurt Ali (Sasha Pieterse) the night she dissapeared. However, someone didcome up behind Ali and knocked her unconscious with a rock. Mr. DiLaurentis witnessed the entire thing and then proceeded to bury her daughter in the backyard—she just didn't know that Alison was still alive! It appears that Melissa Hastings (Torey DeVitto) was actually the one who killed that poor girl that is now buried in Ali's grave. The episode ended with a shocking "A" confrontation, and although we did not discover who was behind the mask, Ezra (Ian Harding) did get shot in an effort to protect the girls!
To help clarify some of the night's most jaw-dropping moments and find out what's ahead, we chatted with executive producer (and keeper of the secrets!) Marlene King. Read on for exclusive answers about Ezra's (Ian Harding) true intentions, who Mrs. DiLaurentis (Andrea Parker) was trying to protect, __ and more!
Many fans have been wondering if Ezra could ever redeem himself for all the lies and deceit he has put Aria (Lucy Hale) through. Tonight, when he literally took a bullet for the girls, was this his first step toward redemption?
Marlene King: For me, when I see that scene on the roof, where he takes a bullet for these girls and Aria's reaction to him falling on the ground it's just so real. I think that you see that she still loves him. She can acknowledge that he has betrayed her in a huge way, and maybe the start of their relationship was built on a built on a lie, but you can see that there is still so much love there. So that says a lot moving forward.
Not to always play Devil's advocate, but is it possible that Ezra taking the bullet for the girls was staged between him and "A"?
I never rule anything in or out, but I will say that Ezra's motives for his lair were definitely to write the book and then it did become finding A. He started writing the book and then he realized that "A" is still out there, and there was a shift in his motives and he wanted to find "A" before "A" hurt the Pretty Little Liars.
So recently Ezra has been trying to help protect the four girls?
I think he's been very proactive. I think you'll realize that he has hired private detectives, he has put security systems in place—all of those cameras were to watch those girls to keep them safe.
Before Ezra was shot, Hanna (Ashley Benson) was holding the gun and we all know she doesn't have the best of luck with the Rosewood P.D. Could Hanna's fingerprints on the gun come back to haunt her next season?
I don't know, that's a good question. I wouldn't assume just yet. I love that scene though—the girls are so kickass and it was just really fun.
We can only imagine how shocked fans are going to be when they find out, in those last few seconds, that Mrs. DiLaurentis has been killed. Does this have anything to do with the person Mrs. D. was covering up for when she, unknowingly, buried her daughter alive?
When she's doing it, she's crying and she's saying, 'What have you done? What have you done?' So the girls say in the episode...well, Spencer of course says, 'You're mother was protecting someone, but who?' So we don't know the answer to that.
Immediately our first reaction is that she is protecting Jason, are we wrong?
That's the go-to, the immediate go-to would be Jason, but as you know, nothing is as straight forward as it seems.
Looking ahead, what can fans expect from this summer's season five premiere?
I will say the June premiere really feels like it's a two-parter. It feels like a finale. It feels like just sixty more minutes of the finale, and I think the ride just keeps going. It's going to be a very big season in general and I think there will definitely be a big reveal in the 100th episode—it's going to be an emotionally epic episode.
We know that Ali (Sasha Pieterse) is finally going to be moving back to Rosewood, what can you tease for the little liar's grand debut?
It's spectacular. It's so much fun. It's such an added layer of depth to the show that we haven't had the opportunity to explore and she's been gone two years. Her character has changed very much. She's gone through a lot. So I think season five really is about has she really changed? Can people change, or do they just revert back to who they were before? It's a lot of secrets. So many secrets.
How on Earth is Ali going to be able to explain the fact that she supposedly died two years ago to her peers and residents of Rosewood?
Yeah well she's going to have to come up with a pretty good story. It's really actually a very fascinating thing. We're breaking those stories now and there's a fascinating twist in the second episode of what that story is and how it comes about.
Season five of Pretty Little Liars will premiere Tuesday, June 10.
Academy Award® winner Morgan Freeman (“Million Dollar Baby”) narrates the documentary about the incredible true story of nature’s greatest explorers—lemurs. Captured with IMAX® 3D cameras, “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” takes audiences on a spectacular journey to the remote and wondrous world of Madagascar. Lemurs arrived there as castaways millions of years ago and evolved into hundreds of diverse species but are now highly endangered. Join trailblazing scientist Patricia Wright on her lifelong mission to help these strange and adorable creatures survive in the modern world.
if the screencap doesn't sell you on watching this, i feel bad for you
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Revealing a first look at Elizabeth Olsen's and Aaron Taylor-Johnson's Maximoff twins, Marvel has released official Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art from the ABC special, also revealing Hulkbuster!
Cameron Diaz thinks “everyone” has been cheated on. The actress stars alongside Kate Upton in The Other Woman, about a woman who teams up with her lover’s wife to seek revenge after finding out he’s married. She’s dated high-profile stars such as Justin Timberlake and Jared Leto in the past, but the 41-year-old is currently single.
Cameron believes that everyone has had to endure some form of infidelity in their lives and insists she didn’t shoot the film to make a statement.“My statement is that I am actually not interested in making movies about men cheating on women; it’s not at all what I am interested in,” she explained to the British edition of OK! magazine.
“Everybody has been cheated on, everyone will be cheated on. I can’t fix that, I don’t know how, I don’t have any judgement on anybody, I don’t know how to fix the problem. We are human beings, we are complicated – you cannot go through life without tallying up a few scars, you cannot go through life unscathed, it’s just what it is. It’s all meant to happen, take your lessons, figure it out, move on.”
The Other Woman isn’t just about cheating; it’s also about women sticking together when they’ve been betrayed. Cameron is pleased she has a good group of female friends to turn to during tough times. “I exist for all my girlfriends. I am very, very, very fortunate; my friends are incredible and I am very lucky to have a lot of really solid, good friends – girlfriends and male friends – who I can just rely on,” she smiled.
“We are tribal, we need our tribe – I have a bunch of little tribes all over the world that I pop to for a little bit of time, and then I move on and that’s the great thing about being mobile; a lot of my friends have kids and they are stuck, planted in one place, and I kind of get to pop into all the different little tribes around the world and hang out for a little bit.”
When the stunning, young ingenue Shailene Woodley first appeared on our television screens in 2008 as Amy Juergens on the ABC Family smash hit The Secret Life of the American Teenager, I had no fucking clue because I don't watch shitty television. But when she took to the silver screen in 2011 with her vastly overrated performance in the equally overrated The Descendents I knew that I was going to have to learn to put up with this bitch whether I liked it or not. Luckily, reporters the world over have allowed Shailene to shine in interviews in a way in which he has never once shined on screen. Below, find 5 of Shai Shai's greatest quotes from the past year and like the sun upon your vagina let their warmth and light envelope you, keeping you free from yeast infections. ~ luvthatdrtywata
“Another thing I like to do is give my vagina a little vitamin D. I was reading an article written by an herbalist I studied about yeast infections and other genital issues. She said there’s nothing better than vitamin D. If you’re feeling depleted, go in the sun for an hour and see how much energy you get. Or, if you live in a place that has heavy winters, when the sun finally comes out, spread your legs and get some sunshine.” INTO THE GLOSS
“I think everything about my lifestyle is fairly alternative. I gather my own spring water from mountains every month. I go to a farm to get my food. I make everything from my own toothpaste to my own body lotions and face oils. I could go on for hours. I make my own medicines; I don’t get those from doctors. I make my own cheese and forage wild foods and identify wild plants. It’s an entire lifestyle. It’s appealing to my soul.” FLAUNT MAGAZINE
“There is an herb called mugwort that I’ve tried, which is supposed to help enhance dreams. You can burn a little before bed or sleep on a mugwort pillow. It’s found in all parts of America, East Coast and West—anytime you see weeds growing through cracks in a parking lot, there’s probably mugwort. You can harvest it yourself, dry it, bundle it, and burn it like sage. Specifically, mugwort is associated with lucid dreaming, which I’ve experienced a few times. I’m no expert, but when I’ve tried it, I’ve used a technique where you fall asleep while knocking on a wall. Something about that keeps your brain awake while your body goes to sleep, inducing that great moment when you realize, Wow, I’m conscious of the fact that I’m dreaming."HARPER'S BIZARRE
"I don’t even have a smartphone. I don’t even have a cellphone! And if I were to have one, it would be a flip-phone.” THE DAILY BEAST
"But I first heard about the benefits of eating clay from a taxi driver. He was African and was saying that, where he’s from, the women eat clay when they’re pregnant. Seriously—ask your taxi drivers where they are from and about their customs. You will learn a lot."INTO THE GLOSS
Justin Bieber has a solid explanation for APPEARING to be under the influence when he was told to walk the line ... he messed up his foot while skateboarding -- and you won't believe how Bieber threw his wealth in the cop's face during the arrest.
Justin has been charged with DUI in Miami Beach. Cops say Bieber tested positive for Xanax and weed ... his alcohol level was inconsequential ... .014.
Cops are hanging their hat on Bieber appearing unsteady as he tried walking the line in jail. But according to newly released documents, Bieber told cops he had a hairline fracture on his right foot ... caused by a skateboarding accident 3 months earlier.
And then there are some snotty comments from the Biebs. According to the new docs, Bieber told the arresting officer, "I'm 19 years old. I'm just out having a good time." The cop responded he wasn't driving around in a Lambo at that age. Bieber fired back, "Yeah, well, I bet you didn't have millions of dollars in your bank account either."
The arresting officer told Bieber it seemed he was having trouble driving the Lamborghini, to which Bieber responded, "What? I've been driving a Lamborghini since I was 15."
The case against Bieber seems about as shaky as his gait. It's pretty clear he wasn't drag racing as the arresting cop claimed. And another cop claimed Bieber reeked of booze, which doesn't seem possible.
Belle Knox has gained plenty of fame over the last few months thanks to being unwillingly exposed by a fellow Duke student that she worked in the porn industry. In her most recent television appearance, Knox spoke with the hosts of The View about her career.
Asked by co-host Jenny McCarthy about how she came into working in the adult entertainment industry, Knox gave a little backstory on her journey to her career.
"I, like most other people, have been watching porn since I was 12-years-old," she explained. "Like [with] most other females, there's a stigma with watching pornography so I was not open about watching pornography."
Whoopi Goldberg stated: "You know what freaked a lot of people out was that you said you felt empowered, which I got, but I would love for you to explain to people why you felt that way."
"Well I'd like to first clarify that the idea of empowerment and degradation is completely subjective. For me I feel that, in this backdrop of our society where women are so often robbed of their sexual autonomy and are subjected to sexual violence ... it's incredibly freeing and liberating for me to have that choice, to make decisions about my own body," Knox said.
"In porn, I'm in a safe, controlled environment where I set the boundaries, I set the rules."
It's their last show on the tour supporting Demi in Minnesota and apparently a fan dared her to do it.
Ugh this show...I can't
Veteran British pop star George Michael is still having to fend off questions about his sexuality from members of his family who are convinced he is not really gay.
The 'Careless Whisper' hitmaker was forced to 'come out' as a homosexual after he was arrested for lewd behaviour in a public restroom in a Beverly Hills, California park in 1998, and he has lived openly as a gay man ever since.
However, the 50 year old admits some relatives simply refuse to believe that he isn't straight.
He tells the BBC, "For some strange reason, my gay life didn't get easier when I came out. Quite the opposite happened, really.
"The press seemed to take some delight that I previously had a 'straight audience,' and set about trying to destroy that. And I think some men were frustrated that their girlfriends wouldn't let go of the idea that George Michael just hadn't found the 'right girl' (yet). Which is still what a lot of my extended family still think!"
ONTD, is your family convinced you're gay?
Kevin Feige explains the situation where Marvel could break out of their two-per-year plan.
The first time I met Kevin Feige was on the set of Iron Man 2. There was a long interview that was done that day, but because of some publicity issues it was never run. As far as I know none of the sites that were on the set that day ever published that Feige interview, one that was done at a time when the Marvel Cinematic Universe was just starting out and Thor was still in the planning stages. Something that Feige said that day has stuck with me through the years, though: he said that his vision for Marvel Studios was to create such diversity of content that they could release four films a year - one each quarter - and not have it feel like overkill. That seemed like a weird pipe dream in 2009, but five years later that vision has begun to really bear fruit. Thor: The Dark World feels very, very different from Captain America: The Winter Soldier and it looks as though Guardians of the Galaxy is going to be very, very different as well. Marvel has proven that 'superhero movie' isn't so much a genre as it is an umbrella under which many genres can co-exist.
I sat down with Feige again last week for The Winter Soldier and I brought up that old interview. As Marvel moves into Phase Three ("The Age of Miracles?") with three definite recurring franchises and plans for new series to join the family, I wondered if there was still the hope to break out of the two movies a year mold. The release of Guardians of the Galaxy in August feels like Marvel testing the waters outside of their usual summer/holidays release pattern. Could we see three films a year when Phase Three begins?
Said Feige: "I think television is filling some of that now, in terms of bringing out more product. That’s certainly the idea with the Netflix shows. But I don’t know that we will necessarily say “Okay, we’re now moving strategically to three a year, now we’re moving to four a year.” What I think is more likely - if [knocks on wood-like table] the next group of movies work and people want to see additional stories - we’ll have too many franchises and you can’t do one of each franchise every two or three years. We’d have to move to three a year, but that would have to be a natural move if it were to occur. We’d have a [script] draft, we’d have a filmmaker, we’d have a character the audience wants to see - let’s slot in a place for a third one. Or a fourth one.
But it’s hard enough to deliver two quality, hopefully bar-raising movies a year.
What does Phase Three look like already? Here's what we know:
July 17 2015 – Ant-Man
May 6 2016 – Captain America 3
May 5 2017 - Unknown
Ant-Man had been dated for November, but got moved up to July, immediately following The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Why? If I had to guess I'd say it's because they have another film they want to slot into that position. If that's the case, we'd likely hear about it very, very soon. Could it be Thor 3? The math works out. Or it could be Doctor Strange, which feels like a very November release to me. Or it could be nothing - they could skip the rest of 2015. God knows Age of Ultron should give them enough revenue to work with for the whole year.
Avengers 3 will likely hit 2018. That May 2017 slot could be Thor 3. Or it could be Guardians 2 (which might be Planet Hulk, by the way. Yes, I believe that is on the table. It may not be a true adaptation of the comic series, but don't be shocked if Hulk and the Guardians of the Galaxy cross paths). I think whether or not Guardians of the Galaxy is a major hit we'll see some sort of return of those characters in Phase Three. With that in mind - and assuming November 2015 is fully abandoned - we only have room in Phase Three for Doctor Strange.
But I really, really think that Marvel wants to do Ms. Marvel (and I think that's the name they're going with, by the way). And I think they want to do it in Phase Three. With Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr out after The Avengers 3 (I mean, they could renegotiate, but as of now the thinking has to be that Captain America is a trilogy like Iron Man ended up being) Marvel will want more franchises for Phase Four. And they've planned through 2021, Feige has said, so they have the outline in their heads.
All of that is a long way of saying that I believe we'll see three Marvel films in a year in Phase Three. And here's my guess on what we see in Phase Three:
Captain America 3
Guardians of the Galaxy 2/Planet Hulk
Maybe even in that order. What do you think? What do you hope for?
Lachey went solo after his band's 2000 album Revelation, but 98 Degrees reunited for 2.0 in 2013. 5ive—known for semi-hits like "Slam Dunk (Da Funk)" and "When the Lights Go Out"—released three albums between 1999 and 2001. Five years after the band broke up, in 2006, J Brown, Abz Love, Ritchie Neville and Scott Robinson staged a comeback without fifth band member Sean Conlon. Eight months later, they disbanded a second time. They were featured in the ITV2 documentary series The Big Reunion in early 2013, and they went on a tour of the U.K.—this time, however, Brown was M.I.A.
ONTD, what is your pick for the worst boy band of the '90s?
All Africa reports that Chimamanda Adichie and Lupita Nyong'o might bring Americanah to the screen.
Nigerian award-winning Nigerian author, Chimamanda Adichie, has hinted at a future "collaboration" with Oscar winning Kenyan actress, Lupita Nyong'o. Adichie gave the tip during an interview on entertainment web-series, Arise Entertainment 360 published on YouTube Thursday.
According to Adichie, the collaboration will have to do with her 2013 novel, Americanah. "I'm going to do the mysterious thing and say that Lupita might be making an announcement sometime soon - I don't know. That announcement might be about Americanah - I don't know," she said coyly.
Adichie disclosed that Nyong'o was a very early fan of Americanah. "Before she was sort of well-known like she is now (... ) she wrote me the loveliest email; very long and passionate email about Americanah."
Read it at All Africa.
Lady Gaga's vomit-art performance at last week's (ends14Mar14) South by Southwest festival in Texas has inspired healthy eating activists to urge the pop superstar to sever ties with controversial artist Millie Brown.
A group of women outraged by the 13 March (14) show, during which Brown threw up on Gaga in the name of art, have teamed up to launch a Care2 petition demanding that the Poker Face singer stop glamorising bulimia.
The Care2 petition already has over 9,000 signatures.
The activists fear Gaga's stunt could potentially serve as a trigger for those struggling with eating disorders, like Gaga, who recently admitted she has fought to overcome bulimia in the past.
Ironically, the vomit-art stage performance in Austin came less than a month after America's Eating Disorders Awareness Week (23Feb-01Mar14).
Signing on to the petition, Care2 member Rosyln Budoff has written a personal note to Gaga. It reads: "Eating disorders do not need to be glamorized. What kind of message are you sending to young girls? Shame on you for this."
And Kimberly Johnson adds, "Bulimia is Not funny or something to make lite (sic) of... I am a recovering Bulimic and I almost died in 2009. Eating disorders like this should Not be glamorized!"
After suggesting that they would have a Captain America 3 meeting with Marvel and directors Anthony and Joe Russo immediately after a Den of Geek interview last week, screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely discussed whether the third installment will adapt another story arc a la The Winter Soldier and incorporate the upcoming sequel's open threads. "Oh yeah, you can probably predict some of the threads we would like to pick up again that we’ve laid out there," assures McFeely. "And we always go back to the comics and dive back in and look at anything we’ve missed in the last few years that might be relevant." Markus chimed: "We’ve definitely set out on a more realistic road in the Cap movies, you know. Even more grounded than in the other MCU movies. And so it kind of rules out Cap fighting the Dinosaur Man or something like that. There are some that aren’t gonna start and other ones that -- I mean there’s a couple we’re playing with right now that we really want to take elements from. Which we'll not reveal." When pressed for more, "All I’m saying is psychotic 1950s Cap."
Without spoiling any details, the Winter Soldier story line still has some loose ends at the end. Are those leading into Age of Ultron, or are they leading into another Captain America movie, as far as you know?
AR: You know, the condition that SHIELD is in at the end of this movie, leads it to Age of Ultron. The conditions of the relationship between Captain America and Winter Soldier are very much about the next Captain America.
JR: And you know, Frank Grillo's character, Brock Rumlow - there's the potential that this is now the origin story for him-that Crossbones will emerge.
Without - obviously I don't want to spoil too much for the viewers, but there is more that could be done with the Winter Soldier after this movie. Do you know - is that going to happen in Age of Ultron, or is that being left to a future Captain America movie?
SS: As of right now, I don't believe I'm involved with the Age of Ultron. That I can definitely say. As for the latter, listen: I don't know. We're just literally now putting this movie out there. You know how the story goes in the comic books. There's a lot there to be covered still, and I'm equally interested to see where the guys are going to take it next. As far as I'm concerned, we just scratched the tip of the iceberg.
Can you tell me how many Marvel movies you're contracted to do?
That's an impressive contract!
SS: Yeah, that's -only recently someone asked me that, and I remembered. I believe that's right.
What's coming up next for you?
SS: Well, it depends. I'm excited for this movie to come out, and I have to kind of wait and see April 4th, about certain things.
I don't think there's much doubt as to the success of this film.
SS: Oh, there you go!