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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Those attending Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros performances over the past few weeks have noticed the absence of singer Jade Castrinos. Neither the band or Castrinos had remarked about the circumstances that led to her departure until Jade posted "for seven years i sang and wrote music with edward sharpe. they voted me off of tour a week before they left, via email. lol" on her Instagram page.

    The band's front man, Alex Ebert, addressed Castrinos' comment with a Facebook post that has since been deleted. Ebert's note read:

    Jade has spoken out about not being on this tour. Her statement left a lot of things to the imagination. Out of respect for Jade, I will keep it that way. Only we must now explain that simply and sadly, we did not feel right doing this tour with Jade. That fact breaks my heart in ways I don't want to describe. With hope with all of ourselves that we reunite with Jade again, free-spirited, and with that daring love that is our only foundation. love for you all. Alexander Ebert

    Oh man, hippie fights are brutal! Everyone sage your Up From Below vinyl and chant that the other 76 members of the band will be able to overcome this.


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    Discusses 'Sin City' sequel:

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    On dancing and working with a professional choreographer:"It wasn't easy. I'm not a dancer."
    On how her character differs from the first film:"Well, my character was very innocent and sweet, and a bit sort of like a deer caught in the headlights. She was much more of a victim in a weird way and, in this one, she's sad and alcoholic and damaged and angry and... she's a bit of a hot mess. And in the end, she sort of flips it and becomes a warrior."

    Discusses pressures and risks in movies:

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    On getting more involved in the business side of movies: "Movies are such a bad business to be in! I mean, it's such a crapshoot. You could put so much time and money behind something and it all weighs on an opening weekend. And on that opening weekend, there could be... a storm where half of the country is under snow, and there goes half your box office. [...] It's such an intense, fickle business."
    On how it feels on opening day: "You just hope that someone goes and sees it. [laughs] Oh, dear - here we go!"

    Discusses co-founding the 'Honest Company':

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    On the personal experience she had to help raise her awareness: "When I was pregnant with my first daughter, about six and a half years ago, I had an allergic reaction to the number one laundry detergent that's geared towards babies. It says 'hypoallergenic' on it and all these things, and I bought it, and I used it, and I actually got welts on my hands, I was sneezing, my eyes were tearing. [...] I was like, well, I'm gonna Google it to see what's in this stuff, and as I did research, I found out that companies don't have to disclose all of their ingredients on a packaging. And I found out that there are all of these toxic chemicals and untested chemicals in products that are not only just geared to babies, which is horrifying, but in every day cleaning products; all around your house, even in carpeting and your couch and your drapes. I didn't realize that inside a home - because of all of the off-gassing from flame retardants and basically all these petrol-chemicals that they make these materials out of - inside a home is more toxic, and the air is worse for you than outside. So I wanted to create the safest and healthiest environment... and there wasn't one trusted brand that I could rely on. All the eco-alternatives that were out there were better for the planet, not necessarily better for my family."

    Jessica Alba keeps it chic in red pants while hosting a fun-filled baby shower for over 30 expectant and new U.S. Navy families on Tuesday (June 3) in San Diego, Calif.

    Growing up in a military family and having many family members in the service, I saw first-hand how tough deployment is on families and the time apart is never easy for either party involved… I am so thrilled to join Operation Shower to reward these brave men and women as a small token of The Honest Company’s appreciation for their service and their sacrifices to help protect our country,” the 33-year-old actress shared during the baby shower.

    The Honest Company held a fun and emotional product giveaway for attending mothers, where every family were gifted month supply of Honest Company diapers and wipes.

    The night before, Jessica and her husband Cash Warren held hands after grabbing dinner at popular hotspot Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills.

    Sources: 1, 2, 3

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    Roland Emmerich's gay-rights film Stonewall has added Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ron Perlman and Joey King to the cast ahead of the start of production.

    The film, which will star Jeremy Irvine, tells the story of the riots of June 1969 after police raided the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village. Emmerich's film will focus on one man's political awakening sparked by the riots, which became a galvanizing event for the gay rights movement. Newcomer Jonny Beauchamp and Caleb Landry Jones also star in the project.

    Irvine plays Danny Winters who flees to New York, leaving behind his beloved sister (King). Homeless and destitute, he befriends a group of street kids who soon introduce him to the watering hole of the local drag queens, gays, lesbians, and everything in between: the Stonewall Inn. At the bar, Danny meets the suave Trevor (Rhys Meyers) before catching the eye of Ed Murphy (Perlman), Stonewall's repulsive manager who colludes with corrupt police, exploits homeless youth for financial gain, and is even suspected to have had a hand in some of their "disappearances." It all spirals out of control when the police unexpectedly raid Stonewall. In a storm of anger and with the toss of a single brick, a riot ensues and a crusade for equality is born.

    Emmerich, the helmer of White House Down and Independence Day, will direct from a script by Jon Robin Baitz. Emmerich, Michael Fossat and Marc Frydman are producing while Kirstin Winkler and Adam Press are executive producing.

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    Orange Is the New Black: Season 2: 13 episodes available at 12:01 a.m. Friday on Netflix.

    The second season of "Orange Is the New Black" arrives Friday with some new characters, an expanded focus in the microcosm that is the Litchfield Penitentiary for women and an even deeper exploration of the backstories of the inmates.

    There's almost no point in worrying about spoilers because so many fans will be binge-watching "Orange" just after midnight Friday, you'll be lucky to avoid a discussion of even the most rudimentary plot development by noon. Still, for the sake of preserving the sheer joy of watching the 13 new episodes, we'll be avoiding any real spoilers here.

    In a general sense, though, what creator Jenji Kohan has done is to be expected, because we saw it happening last year. The longer Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) spends at Litchfield, the more she's had to adapt to the rules - both those set by the prison and those established by the inmates themselves as they've developed a mini United Nations of race, age, ethnicity and sexual orientation.

    As she began to be absorbed into the general population, we started paying equal attention to the other inmates, and that underscores one of the most compelling themes of the series: How does an individual maintain identity within a social milieu.

    The exploration of that theme continues with season 2, which examines Piper's relationship with her fiance Larry (Jason Biggs) and her ex lover Alex Vause (Laura Prepon), but also tells us more about the other women, including Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren (Uzo Aduba), who, as we already realized, is far more intelligent than others may think; Tiffany "Pennsatucky" Doggett (Taryn Manning), the drug-addicted religious zealot who pushed Piper over the edge last season.

    We learn even more about Lorna Morello (Yael Stone), whose belief in happily ever after has a more disturbing side; Tasha "Taystee" Jefferson (Danielle Brooks), who revisits her childhood when her mentor shows up in the prison; and Poussey (Samira Washington), who learned in her youth the dangers of allowing herself to care about others too much.

    "Orange" is, of course, a brilliant character study, but it's also a political drama. Like "House of Cards," another Netflix hit, "Orange" is about power - how to get it, how to keep it and how to keep others from getting it. Of course it's true among the inmate population - we see a major battle brewing this season between black and Latina inmates. But Kohan brilliantly underscores the theme by exploring power within relationships - not only that of Larry and Piper, and of Piper and Alex, and Poussey and Taystee, but guard John Bennett (Matt McGorry) and his secret inmate lover Dayanara Diaz (Dascha Polanco), prison official Sam Healy (Michael Harney) and his Russian girlfriend Kaya (Sanja Danilovic), and others.

    The joy of watching "Orange" is in the writing and performances, of course, but it's also in the process we go through getting to know these characters. We think we have a take on them, but then find out that even the cruelest guard has a heart, that even the most loyal ally is capable of betrayal. That's not unusual in TV, but what is unusual is making such profound character revelations credible.

    For viewers, this means knowing the "Orange" characters is a continuing process. We find out, say, how Suzanne Warren grew up, and it's not only a surprise, but immediately prompts us to reconsider everything we thought about her so far and to look at her henceforth with new information.

    Through the six episodes of the second season made available to critics, it's clear that "Orange" is not only as great as it was the first season, but arguably even better. If you're wondering where to find true TV greatness now that "Breaking Bad" is gone and "Mad Men" has hit the pause button till 2015, look no further than "Orange Is the New Black." It's terrific.


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    Ever since its film production was announced. World War Z was meant to be a franchise vehicle for star Brad Pitt. Indeed, with the reveal in March that The Impossible’s J.A. Bayona would be directing the film, it felt like it was finally moving in the right direction. However, worries of a repeat of World War Z’s infamous scripting problems may be a thing of the past with the latest bit of news.

    Variety is reporting that Steven Knight, the writer of Eastern Promises and the recent writer-director of Locke, has been tapped to pen the screenplay for the zombie apocalypse sequel.

    The production woes of World War Z are well known. The Marc Forster directed action-horror tent pole had the entire last third of its movie reshot after delays pushed it until summer 2013—where it premiered to favorable reviews that preceded it earning $540 million worldwide, the highest grossing turn of Pitt’s career.

    Pitt is to return with Jeremy Kleiner and Dede Gardner as producers through Plan B. The film is expected to continue the story of Max Brooks' source novel.

    World War Z was epic

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    Bryan Cranston’s Moon Shot Entertainment is getting down to business in developing television projects through his Moon Shot Entertainment banner.

    The Breaking Bad star’s company has optioned the rights to Conn and Hal Iggulden’s The Dangerous Book for Boys with plans to develop it as a comedy series. Moon Shot has a first-look pact with Sony Pictures TV, where Cranston worked for five seasons on Breaking Bad.

    Series will follow three boys as they use their imaginations to navigate growing up without a father. Cranston is working on the project with Moon Shot exec James Degus.

    Dangerous Book for Boys is a collection of tongue-in-cheek stories and how-to passages designed to help boys of the digital age embrace the importance of maintaining a spirit of adventure and learn how to do everything from climbing trees to building go-karts to palming coins. The book became a best-seller in the U.K. in 2006 and has since been adapted for the U.S. and other markets.

    Dangerous Book was optioned for a film adaptation by Scott Rudin’s banner in 2007, but the project never got off the ground.

    Moon Shot is focused on producing drama and comedy series for broadcast and cable networks. There’s no word yet on a writer to adapt the Dangerous Book series treatment. Cranston has said his goal with Moon Shot is to look for unusual perspectives and storytelling techniques.


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    She may travel the world as a Special Envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and have a brood of six children with fiancé Brad Pitt, but Angelina Jolie still finds time to look fierce on the red carpet. The actress first made waves in 1999′s Girl, Interrupted (for which she won an academy award), and has gone on to star in hits like Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, The Tourist, and the highly-anticipated upcoming Maleficent. Jolie made her directorial debut in 2011 with In the Land of Blood and Honey, and has another film project, Unbroken, hitting theaters later this year.

    Jolie seems to have it all, including a killer wardrobe. She has consistently delivered jaw-dropping looks, balancing class, edginess, and sexy all at the same time. From her stunning appearance at the 2014 Oscars in a sparkling Elie Saab gown to the Saint Laurent Paris suit she donned at the 2014 BAFTAs, Jolie knows how to make a style statement. Other favorite moments? Her dazzling canary yellow Emanuel Ungaro gown from the 2007 Cannes Film Festival and the black velvet Atelier Versace gown from the 2012 Academy Awards that became an instant internet sensation. We love Jolie for her fearless and edgy fashion choices that exude confidence and glamour.

    10. RALPH & RUSSO, 2012
    At the Paris premiere of In the Land of Blood And Honey, Jolie donned this white and silver Ralph & Russo gown complete with an unexpected hand-dyed organza floral detail.

    6. ATELIER VERSACE, 2012
    Jolie surprised in this Atelier Versace creation at the Golden Globes. The white one shoulder gown with folded red detail was teamed with white Versace shoes and a red Christian Louboutin clutch.

    4. EMANUEL UNGARO, 2007
    Jolie dazzled at the Oceans 13 premiere during the Cannes Film Festival in a sweeping Emanuel Ungaro gown. She accented the frock with custom-made yellow diamonds from Chopard: 10-carat drop earrings and a 20-carat cocktail ring.

    3. ATELIER VERSACE, 2012
    When Angelina Jolie bared her right leg in this stunning velvet Atelier Versace gown at the Academy Awards, it became an instant internet sensation. The actress accented the classic gown with Neil Lane jewels, a Jaime Mascaro bag, and custom Salvatore Ferragamo velvet peep-toes.

    Jolie made a major style statement at the 2014 BAFTA Awards in a custom head-to-toe Saint Laurent Paris menswear-inspired ensemble that defined undone sophistication.

    more @ the source

    HAPPY 39th BIRTHDAY to goddess jolie!

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    The pregnant star was out to promote hair products ColourB4 and sported one of her more extravagant looks that made our eyes bleed quite a lot.

    She wore a pink, yellow, green and blue wig with a pink sequined bodice that showed off her prized cleavage with a bright ruffled skirt, striped knee high socks and glittery stilettos.

    It’s fair to say we’ve seen slightly more reserved maternity looks from celebs over the years – the Pricey skirt was so short we could *almost* see where the baby will come out from.

    Still, it’s good to see Katie’s back in good spirits and back to her colourful ways following a difficult few weeks after discovering her husband Kieran Hayler’s seven-month affair with best friend Jayne Pountney.

    There’s no denying that Katie’s extraordinary outfit has brought a bit of colour to a very dull and rainy Wednesday…

    It’ll also explain her odd tweets this morning about colours and hair, which had us pretty convinced she’d gone and dyed her hair pink as some sort of new life chapter.

    Katie’s baby girl is due in two months and she’s expected to have ex Kieran by her side for the birth, despite the fact she has not forgiven him for his affair.

    It’ll be her second child with Kieran, and fifth child overall.


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    Naomi Watts has signed on to join the next three films in Lionsgate's Divergent franchise.

    The actress, who recently committed to star in Gus Van Sant's Sea of Trees opposite Matthew McConaughey, is joining the cast of Divergent sequel Insurgent as Evelyn, leader of the Factionless. Watts' deal calls for to co-star in the futuristic franchise's two final movies, which are based on Veronica Roth's YA novel Allegiant, the final book in the Divergent trilogy.

    Watts will jump right to Insurgent, which began shooting last week in Atlanta. Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ansel Elgort,Kate Winslet and Miles Teller -- who all appeared in Divergent -- return for the sequel. Watts joins Octavia Spencer as new additions to the cast. After Insurgent wraps in September, Watts will move on to Sea of Trees, which will take her through November. The in-demand actress is mulling a number of films after that.

    Robert Schwentke, who replaced Divergent helmer Neil Burger, is directing Insurgent from a screenplay written by Brian Duffield and Akiva Goldsman.

    Red Wagon's Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher are producing alongside Pouya Shahbazian.

    Insurgent puts Watts, who typically gravitates toward indie projects with auteurs, in the YA tentpole game. Divergent, which opened March 21, has earned $267 million worldwide. Still, she is no stranger to commercial films, having starred in Peter Jackson's King Kong and The Ring films. Watts has three films awaiting release: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's Birdman, The Weinstein Co.'s St. Vincent -- opposite Melissa McCarthy -- and Noah Baumbach's While We're Young.

    She is repped by CAA and Untitled.


    "Evelyn is a POC" --Divergent author Veronica Roth

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  • 06/04/14--14:54: Soccer Aid 2014 Post

  • As the World Cup looms ever closer and hopes start mounting that this may just be England’s year, it’s almost time for Soccer Aid, another star-studded sports match where all proceeds will go to charity.

    Soccer Aid, which has attracted support from sporting and acting royalty, will raise money for UNICEF, who have carried out emergency and development work in the UK and abroad since 1946. In 2012 the players raised a total of almost £5 million but with the help of ticket sales and merchandise, this year's squad will be hoping to top that.

    Stars confirmed for the biannual event, now in its fifth year, include... Hollywood heavyweights James McAvoy and Jeremy Renner, singer Olly Murs, Welsh actor Michael Sheen, Mamma Mia star Dominic Cooper and comedian Jack Whitehall, who will be making his debut for the squad. Robbie Williams – who co-created Soccer Aid back in 2006 – will also be hoping to lead the team to glory in his new role as England’s assistant manager.

    The English celebrities will be in the capable hands of West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce with coaches Peter Reid and Bradley Walsh on board to provide additional support, along with retired professional footballers Jamie Redknapp, Paul Ince and Teddy Sheringham.

    England’s players will take on the Rest of the World team in the hope of defending their title as Soccer Aid champions. But standing in their way is an international line-up that includes chef Gordon Ramsay, comedian Patrick Kielty and Hollywood actor Jeremy Renner. Actor Michael Sheen will return to captain the squad, and Chelsea manager José Mourinho has agreed to oversee proceedings.

    The match will be held at Old Trafford on 8 June and broadcast live from 6pm on ITV channels, with a preview programme on 6 June (9pm, ITV) featuring behind-the-scenes footage of match preparation. Check out the full teams below...

    Manager: Sam Allardyce
    Coaches: Peter Reid and Bradley Walsh
    Robbie Williams (captain and assistant manager; created Soccer Aid in 2006)
    Dominic Cooper (Mamma Mia and The History Boys actor; Soccer Aid midfielder in 2010)
    Jonathan Wilkes (TV presenter and Soccer Aid co-creator; midfielder and defender in 2006, 2008, 2010 & 2012)
    Ben Shephard (Good Morning Britain presenter; defender in 2006, 2008, 2010 & 2012)
    Jamie Theakston (TV and radio presenter, goalkeeper in 2006, 2008, 2010 & 2012)
    Marvin Humes (former JLS singer and The Voice UK presenter; midfielder in 2012)
    Olly Murs (singer and 2009 X Factor runner-up; midfielder in 2010 & 2012)
    Danny Jones (member of McFly; midfielder in 2008)
    John Bishop (comedian and A League of Our Own panellist; midfielder in 2012)
    Paddy McGuinness (host of Take Me Out; defender in 2010 & 2012)
    Mark Owen (Take That singer; midfielder in 2012)
    Jack Whitehall (star of Bad Education and Fresh Meat; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Stephen Moyer (star of US series True Blood; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Jamie Redknapp (retired Tottenham and Liverpool footballer; midfielder in 2006, 2008 & 2010)
    Jamie Carragher (retired Liverpool footballer; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    David Seaman (retired England and Arsenal goalkeeper; goalkeeper in 2006, 2008, 2010 & 2012)
    Teddy Sheringha (retired Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester Utd and England striker; forward in 2008, 2010 & 2012)
    Des Walker (retired Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday and England footballer; defender in 2008 & 2012)
    Matt Le Tissier (retired Southampton and England midfielder; first Soccer Aid appearance

    Rest of the World
    Manager: Jose Mourinho
    Michael Sheen (captain and star of The Queen and Frost/Nixon; Welsh; captain in 2010 & 2012)
    Gordon Ramsay (TV chef; Scottish; captain in 2006, defender in 2008, 2010 & 2012)
    Nicky Byrne (ex-Westlife singer; Irish; midfielder in 2008 & 2010)
    Patrick Kielty (TV and radio presenter; Northern Irish; goalkeeper in 2006, 2008, 2010 & 2012)
    James McAvoy (star of X-Men and Last King of Scotland; Scottish; defender in 2012)
    Sam Worthington (Avatar actor; Australian; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Jeremy Renner (star of The Hurt Locker and The Town; American; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Martin Compston (Line of Duty actor; Scottish; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Kevin Bridges (comedian; Scottish; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Santiago Cabrera (star of BBC’s The Musketeers; Chilean; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Mark Salling (singer and star of Glee; American; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Adam Richman (host of Man vs Food; American; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Edgar Davids (former Ajax, Juventus and Holland footballer; Dutch; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Andriy Shevchenko (retired Dynamo Kyiv, Chelsea and Ukraine striker; Ukrainian; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Edwin van der Sar (retired Ajax, Manchester United and Holland goalkeeper; Dutch; goalkeeper in 2012)
    Jaap Stam (retired Manchester United and PSV centre back; Dutch; defender in 2008 & 2012)
    Alessandro Del Piero (former Juventus and Italy forward; Italian; first Soccer Aid appearance)
    Clarence Seedorf (retired Real Madrid and Holland footballer and current A.C. Milan manager; Dutch; midfielder in 2012)


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    Bradley Cooper‘s shorts show off nearly all of his leg and thigh while on the set of American Sniper on Wednesday (June 4) in Los Angeles.

    Along with wearing the shortest shorts, the 39-year-old actor had to do physical labor for the Navy Seals training scene, where he was hosed with water while doing push ups!

    American Sniper is a biographical film about a Navy SEAL who recounts his military career, which includes more than 150 confirmed kills. Look out for the movie in theaters next year!


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    It cannot be said that Netflix does not know what the Internet likes: to advertise for the soon arriving season of Orange Is the New Black, the site has recast the Arrested Development credits with the inmates of Litchfield. It's funny to think that this time last year Netflix's big story was the (disappointing or not that bad, depending on who you talk to) fourth season of Arrested Development, and the Orange Is the New Black phenomenon was just waiting in the wings.

    So while you wait in anticipation of the second season of Orange, and wonder whether a fifth season of AD will ever happen, enjoy a Ron Howard voiceover: "Now the story of a wealthy girl who lost everything..."


    Shaking and crying with anticipation for Friday

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  • 06/04/14--16:01: Tabloid Cover Wednesday
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    Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman said Tuesday that income inequality has nothing to do with race, citing himself as proof.

    Appearing on CNN ahead of the season premiere of his Science Channel series, “Through The Wormhole,” Freeman spoke with anchor Don Lemon who asked whether Freeman thought if “race plays a part in wealth distribution.” Freeman didn’t pause for a second, replying: “No. No, I don’t. You and I, we’re proof.”

    “Why would race have anything to do with it?” Freeman continued, “Put your mind to what you want to do and go for that. It’s kind of like religion to me, it’s a good excuse for not getting there.”

    The CNN anchor pressed, “It seems like every single day I’m talking about race on television, because its in the news cycle … I wanna just go, ‘this is over, can we move on?’”

    A smiling Freeman responded, “If you talk about it, it exists. It’s not like it exists and we refuse to talk about it. Making it a bigger issue than it needs to be is the problem here.”


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    What does one get one of the biggest star moms on the planet for her birthday? For Angelina Jolie, who turned 39 on Wednesday, it's quite simple.
    "Like every mother, my wish – every birthday – is for my children to stay healthy [and] for my family to remain healthy, so I will continue that," Jolie tells the Associated Press in Shanghai, China, where she was promoting her new film, Maleficent.
    And Jolie's fiancé, Brad Pitt, and three of their six children were all there to support her. They took in the city's sights, enjoyed the local food and attended a dim sum class.
    "We love Chinese food anyway, so now we get to have authentic Chinese food," she said. "They are having a wonderful time. Vivienne asked me not to go home today."

    Jolie also praised Pitt's handling of his attack by former Ukranian journalist Vitalii Sediuk during the film's Hollywood premiere. She told reporters his reaction was "perfect" and called him "a strong man."
    "Most fans are just wonderful. We've had a wonderful experience over the years, and we're very grateful for their support, and [the attack] will not change the way we behave," she said.


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    For one of music's fiercest power couples, one summer night in Jersey just wasn't enough.

    Due to "overwhelming demand," Jay Z and Beyonce's upcoming monster "On the Run" arena tour has added a second MetLife Stadium date to it's list, Live Nation announced today.

    The potent pair will now perform back-to-back nights, packing the state's largest venue July 11 and 12 in the first full tour to feature both ultra-popular artists.

    Tickets go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. for the new, July 12 show in East Rutherford, and will likely sell out quickly, considering there are no true New York stops on this tour. Madison Square Garden, and Barclays Center in Jay Z's hometown Brooklyn apparently did not make the cut.

    The tour kicks off in Miami June 25 and concludes in San Francisco Aug. 6.

    For fans closer to Philadelphia, the duo will hit Citizen's Bank Park July 5.

    Both Jay Z and Beyonce are fairly fresh off their own respective tours, with Jay Z headlining 52 dates for his "Magna Carta Holy Grail" tour from October to January, and Beyonce finishing up her "Mrs. Carter Show" tour in March.

    On the tour, the couple will surely take on some of their most popular collaborations, including "Crazy in Love," "Upgrade U" and most recently, "Drunk In Love," which the two performed live to open the 2014 Grammys in sizzling, sultry fashion.

    The Grammys showing will be tough to top, but if anyone can one-up themselves, it's the almost criminally successful duo dubbed "Bonnie and Clyde."


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      History has revealed the cast for Sons of Liberty, a six-part miniseries that will follow a defiant and radical group of young men — Sam Adams, John Adams, Paul Revere, John Hancock and Joseph Warren included – as they band together in secrecy to spark a revolution and make America a nation.

     Ben Barnes (The Chronicles of Narnia), Henry Thomas (E.T.) and Michael Raymond-James (Once Upon a Time) will play Sam Adams, John Adams and Paul Revere, respectively, while Rafe Spall (Prometheus) and Ryan Eggold (The Blacklist) will fill the roles of Hancock and Warren.

     Additionally, Marton Csokas (Rogue) will play Thomas Gage, the British general who is sent to handle the unrest in Boston, while Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) has been cast as “the brilliant yet mischievous diplomat” Benjamin Franklin.

     “From the Boston Tea Party to the Declaration of Independence, Sons of Liberty will tell the rebellious story of America’s greatest fight for freedom,” History EVP Dirk Hoogstra said in touting the miniseries, which begins production this summer.


    How do we feel about this casting, ONTD?  idgaf i'm just happy MRJ will be on my tv again.

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    Robert Pattison as Indiana Jones just seemed too good to be true...

    So when one tabloid reported that R.Pattz was the top pick to replace Harrison Ford in a Disney reboot of the iconic franchise, E! News did some digging. Unfortunately, though, sources tell us there's there's no truth to the rumors. Womp womp.

    It would've been fantastic to see the 27-year-old Brit transform into the all-American "non-superhero superhero," but fortunately, there are plenty of other broad-range actors we deem worthy of wearing the hat (sorry, Shia LaBeouf, you didn't make the cut). In any case, here are our top 5 choices for the next Indiana Jones.

    1. Bradley Cooper: This isn't the first time we've suggested the Oscar nominee for the part! You know he's got the whole acting thing down, and he also he commits to his characters—mentally and physically! And let's not pretend you're not dying to see this man in tweed again.

    2. Scott Eastwood: He strives to be "a man's man," but you can see the sensitivity in those bright blue eyes! Scott could easily make the archaeologist-to-action star switch onscreen, and should he need any advice, dad Clint Eastwood is just a phone call away!

    3. Liam Hemsworth: Yes, he's Australian, and yes, he's already got the Hunger Games franchise under his belt, but he'd make a great Indy! Big brother Chris Hemsworth got to take on Thor, so why shouldn't Liam tackle an icon, too?



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    Leo DiCaprio, along with Paris Hilton, refused to be filmed for “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” while partying on Sunday at Los Angeles daytime bash XIV Summer Sessions, which is perhaps most famous for its guests getting carried away with Champagne spraying.

    There was a made-for-reality-TV scene as Brody Jenner was DJ-ing at the party, with his progressively weirder-looking dad, Bruce Jenner, fist-pumping (“Jersey Shore”-style) by his side in the DJ booth, along with brother Brandon Jenner.

    A spy said, “Leo didn’t want to be filmed for ‘Keeping Up’ and didn’t want to arrive until filming was over.” Leo joined his close pal Lukas Haas and a group for a Mexican-themed party for Frankie Delgado.

    Also refusing to be filmed with the Kardashians was the one-time reality star and ex-Kim Kardashian best friend Paris Hilton, who has recently launched her own DJ career.

    How times have changed.



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