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    MTV is now casting attractive men and women to play on a hit TV series filming in Los Angeles, California.

    Casting directors are looking for extras that live in the Southern California area. Sande Alessi Casting is looking for Brazilian, Hispanic, Columbian or anyone from South America for featured roles in the MTV series.

    MTV TV Series Casting Call

    BRAZILIAN, HISPANIC, COLOMBIAN OR ANY SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRY (You are supposed to look Brazilian) - VERY HOT GUYS & GIRLS: You MUST be 18 to look younger – this is a high school scene.

    We are doing an interview for this (date TBD). Please email a current color photo, your union status, city in which you live, height/weight and contact info to: SandeAlessiCasting@gmail.com Subject line should read: BRAZIL

    probably white passing now that i think of it lbr


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    Kirsten Dunst wants to have children very soon. The 32-year old actress, who has been dating Garett Hedlund for two years, says she wants to be pregnant by next year. "I'm in baby mode because two of my really good friends are pregnant right now," Dunst tells Red magazine. "I think 33 is a good age to have your first baby."

    The actress also admits that she feels pressure from people, especially her mom, to have children. “I get asked that question a lot because I'm in my thirties and it's like: time to get married and have babies, right? That's the vibe. Well, I already have a mother to ask those questions, so nobody else needs to!" she explains.

    Kirsten, who sought help for depression four years ago, adds that she hasn't had any plans to get married or have children before because of her anxiety."I'm sure one day, if I have kids, the anxiety of life will come back again, because you're worried about somebody else," she says.


    Have you ever known someone whose anxiety got worse because of pregnancy?

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    Hollywood may have found a franchise in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" again.

    The latest film adaptation of the comic books about crime-fighting reptiles, this one from Viacom Inc. VIAB +0.89% 's Paramount Pictures and starring Megan Fox, opened to an estimated $65 million in the U.S. and Canada. The reboot had a production budget of $125 million and is the fifth film featuring the anthropomorphic foursome, who appeared in three live-action features in the 1990s and a computer-animated film in 2007.

    Given the strong opening, Paramount said Sunday that it is planning a sequel to be released in June 2016. The latest movie's success likely derives from its appeal to young adults who were Ninja Turtles fans in childhood.

    Paramount specifically marketed to what it called "nostalgics," people in their late 20s and early 30s who grew up with the characters in films, comic books and a television series, said Megan Colligan, president of domestic marketing and distribution. It isn't a group that wants to see its childhood characters toyed with, said Ms. Colligan, so the marketing emphasized known traits like the turtles' love of pizza and penchant for exclaiming "Cowabunga!" About 55% of the opening-weekend audience was older than 25.

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    Ads directed at children highlighted the film's humor and light tone—something it shares with this month's other big movie, Walt Disney Co. DIS +1.57% 's "Guardians of the Galaxy." The success of "Ninja Turtles" and "Guardians" helped give Hollywood a second consecutive weekend in which box-office sales were up over last year, though year-to-date returns are still down 5.5%, according to box-office tracker Rentrak Corp. RENT +3.52%

    "Guardians" kept significant business away from the new offerings in its second week, falling 56% to $41.5 million in second place. The hit about a ragtag band of superheroes has grossed $175.9 million domestically and $137.3 million overseas so far.

    "Into the Storm," the new action film from Time Warner Inc. TWX +1.62% 's Warner Bros. about a small town hit with several tornadoes in a single day, met expectations, with $18 million.

    "The Hundred-Foot Journey," starring Helen Mirren as a snooty French chef whose cultural mores are shaken by the arrival of an Indian family, opened in fourth place with a so-so $11.1 million. The movie, produced by DreamWorks SKG and distributed by Disney, could hold well, having received an "A" grade from audiences, the best of any new release this week, according to the CinemaScore market-research firm.

    "Step Up All In" premiered with the lowest opening yet for the dance-off franchise, at $6.6 million. "All In," distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.'s LGF +7.51% Summit Entertainment, is the fifth installment of the "Step Up" series, and gathers dancers from former casts for a competition in Las Vegas. The "Step Up" films typically perform better overseas, and the latest has collected $37.7 million from international markets so far.


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  • 08/10/14--20:07: New Boardwalk Empire promo

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    Edit: The Game of Thrones tag was added by mistake and I can't remove it now. Sorry.

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    Actress Hilary Duff attends FOX's 2014 Teen Choice Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on August 10, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.


    Yes it really took this many people... @marcusrfrancis @adambreuchaud @anitapatrickson I'm ready for the @TCAs_2014

    Hilary's new single, All About You, during the Teen Choice Awards:

    HQ clip of All About You being played: (Go directly to 1:48):

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    May the odds for love be ever in his favor. True Blood star Jim Parrack is engaged to Hunger Games actress Leven Rambin, which comes just months after Jim and his wife split up.

    Jim, 33, posted to his Facebook page on August 9 that he and Leven, 24, are engaged, according to Us Weekly. Leven also posted the engagement announcement on Facebook.

    Jim and Ciera Parrack, his wife of six years, parted ways in June 2014. In late July, Jim and Leven posted an Instagram video to announce that they would be going on a hiatus from social media for a while. "We're taking a two-week sabbatical from social media, so peace, God bless!" Jim said in the vid before kissing Leven.

    Rambin played the tribute Glimmer in The Hunger Games and Clarisse in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. She is best known for her recurring role as Ava Benton in All My Children. Parrack plays Hoyt Fortenberry on True Blood. After exiting in 2012, he returned for the final season.

    source: WetPaint

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    In other news, Demi is currently working with Lindy Robbins and Julia Michaels ("Fire Starter") for her new album, rumored as set to be released sometime this year.

    Demi in the studio

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    Now that all hip-hop and R&B superstars are required to tour with a "buddy" (see: Jay Z and Beyonce, Drake and Lil Wayne, Jay Z and Justin Timberlake) Eminem and Rihanna are kind of a cool pairing, at least on paper. Equally compelling are their differences — race, sex, country of origin, skill set, their generation gap — and their similarities, particularly their shared history of having been victims of abuse.

    Unfortunately, they have nothing resembling chemistry, as was apparent from moment one last night at the Rose Bowl.

    A short film started things off: A buttoned-up Rihanna entered a prison, where Eminem was locked-up inside of some sort of solitary pod. For untold years, he'd had nothing to do except eat dry cereal and watch cartoons, he complained, cursing her for not coming sooner. She proceeded to curse him back, and then she left. That was it, the video was over. Never was it explained how the characters knew each other.

    Then, IRL, Rihanna rose out of the stage's floor, clad in what resembled a black-and-yellow leather Zubaz outfit over a crop-top. Eminem was tied to a gurney, Hannibal Lecter-style. Thus began two hours and a half hours of lip synching.

    At a urinal, a guy with tattoos on his head in lieu of hair asked me if I had some yayo. I didn't, but most everyone else was getting sloppy, which is a good indication of a crowd's level of passion for the performers.

    And, indeed, Eminem is almost impossible not to like. Anyone who can rap about raping his mother and brutally killing his wife and still maintain an ardent female fan base knows how to walk some sort of line, and with him the trick seems to be his infectious enthusiasm. He gives 150,000 percent, always, and even if you think what he's doing is corny, you never doubt his commitment to craft.

    Sure, he let the backing track do the vast, vast majority of the heavy lifting last night. He was only actually, audibly rapping on a handful of songs, including slower ones like "Stan." His lip-synching was especially obvious because he's so animated, constantly gesticulating in a way that pulls the mic away from his mouth, mid-lyric.

    But hey, that energy. He does this cool hopping-around-on-his-toes thing while he's performing, which is sort of like dancing, but more like he just stepped into a boxing ring and is preparing for the fight.

    He started the show in a black hoodie; he and Rihanna performed some songs together, and then she did her set. He came back out wearing a gray hoodie. At certain other points he wore a green cap, white t-shirt, black t-shirt, and dorky camo shorts. What can he say? He's hot. A girl held up a sign saying she'd like to be introduced to the monster inside of his pants.

    And Rihanna's hot too. Too hot, probably, to the point where she thinks she doesn't have to try very hard. While a cavalcade of dancers behind her sweated their asses off, she could barely be bothered to move, save for some slithering and occasional lazy rubs of her Zubaz crotch, like Michael Jackson on Xanax.

    The pair have some hit songs together, and those came off especially well, particularly the closer "The Monster," but otherwise it was hard for them to figure out ways to collaborate. Rihanna gets points for singing the Dido part on "Stan" (she was actually singing on that one, and in general you could hear her live voice much more often than his), and pulled out her island patois on T.I.'s "Live Your Life." But the other mash-ups were weird. Ri's part on Jay Z's "Run This Town" segued into Eminem's verse on Jay's "Renegade," which sent the crowd for a loop. (There were no guest appearances of note at the show, which is also a trend for these stadium/arena buddy rap spectaculars of late.) One wondered why she couldn't do, say, Martika's part on "Like Toy Soldiers."

    In any case, touring is hard. One gets the sense that Eminem overcorrects for any sense of ennui/fatigue by being extra-excitable and jittery. There was one particularly absurd moment when he was performing karaoke on "Berzerk," a record about bringing back old-school hip-hop. In one moment his rapping gets very fast on that song, and the crowd was egging him on as he gesticulated wildly. But he wasn't really rapping, and this wasn't old school hip-hop at all. This was a giant cash cow tour intended to give as wide an audience as possible as smooth an experience as possible.

    But, as previously noted, he tries so hard it's difficult to get mad at him. Near the end of the show he did a medley of the lead singles from his first three big albums, "My Name Is,""The Real Slim Shady," and "Without Me."He wanted to please. Rihanna seemed to have no such interest. On "Umbrella," she seemed bored out of her mind.

    Oh, and another thing; everyone on stage kept addressing the crowd as "Cali," which annoyed the pants off of my friend Brook, with good reason. For future reference:

    "Los Angeles"> "Southern California"> "City of Angels"> "La La Land"> "Land of Fruits and Nuts"> "Pasadena"> "Cali"

    "Thanks Cali, hope we get to do this again soon," Rihanna said near the end, seemingly ready for bed. She seemed to forget that she and Eminem are, in fact, performing again at the same location tonight.

    source http://www.laweekly.com/westcoastsound/2014/08/08/eminem-and-rihanna-rose-bowl-august-7-2014

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    Sorry, Screech, but Zack thinks you are wrong.

    Mark-Paul Gosselaar, who played Zack Morris on the cult classic ’90s TV show “Saved by the Bell,” doesn’t agree with former co-star Dustin Diamond’s portrayal of their time together.

    Diamond — who played super nerdy Samuel “Screech” Powers — put out a book years ago titled “Behind the Bell.”

    Now there’s a Lifetime TV movie, “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story,” which purports to show the less-than-glamorous side of life on the show, complete with fights, jealousy and other drama.

    During an interview with HuffPostLive to promote his current series, “Franklin & Bash,” Gosselaar said he neither was involved with nor consulted on the TV project.

    As for Diamond’s book, the actor said it is “negative.”

    “Everything I’ve heard about his book is, it is negative,” Gosselaar said. “I don’t remember those things. My experience on the show was very positive.”

    Gosselaar’s “Franklin & Bash” co-star took it even further when commenting on Diamond.

    “This guy’s such a d**k,” Breckin Meyer said. “I don’t know Dustin at all but everything I read. (Gosselaar) and I have talked endlessly about ‘Saved by the Bell.’ I grew up at the same time, I was acting, and I used their sets one time when I did a pilot.

    “The Dustin Diamond thing is just so silly,” he added. “It’s just so negative, and it always bums me out.”

    During a 2013 interview with OWN, Diamond distanced himself from the book, saying that he had a ghostwriter and that it was a “disappointment” to him.

    “I talked to a guy a few times, so the book has some truth in it, but a lot of the stories were just kind of throwaways,” Diamond said. “I have nothing but good thoughts and memories towards everybody.”

    Sources #1, #2, #3

    Fave SbtB episode?

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    Courtney Love estimates she’s lost about $27 million in her tumultuous hard-rock life.“I know that’s a lifetime of money to most people,” Love tells Britain’s Daily Mail. “But I’m a big girl, it’s rock ’n’ roll, it’s Nirvana money, I had to let it go,” she said, referring to the band founded by her late husband, Kurt Cobain.

    Refusing to show signs of bitterness, the 50-year-old singer, songwriter and actress explained that her current income allows her to enjoy a comfortable life.
    “I make enough to live on. I’m financially solvent. I focus on what I make now.”

    Love attributed her overwhelming misfortunes with money to a number of settled lawsuits, adding that she is still in the midst of upholding her name in court in several libel cases which deal with claims related to her use of prescription drugs.


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    Thoughts about last night's episode?


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    Jared Leto proves he is rock royalty by wearing a crown during the first night of his band 30 Seconds to Mars‘ Carnivores Tour on Friday (August 8) at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Fla.

    The 42-year-old entertainer and his band are on a two month long co-headlining tour with Linkin Park. The tour will wrap up on Spetember 19 in California.

    “Thx for coming along on this journey with us + showing your support!!” Jared tweeted to his fans after the show.


    yasss slay a bit my messy prince

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    Let's get this out of the way early on: Basically everyone wore some type of crop top to the 2014 Teen Choice Awards.
    Perhaps it's the fact that summer is almost over and celebs know soon they'll have to put away those midriff shirts for a few months. Whatever the reason the blue carpet was flooded with two-piece ensembles.
    Our favorites? Nina Dobrev in a cheerful Vionnet combo, Taylor Swift in a refreshing green number and Shay Mitchell in a white hot get-up that looked very similar to something Kim Kardashian wore for her birthday last year.

    Not that all of the belly bearing looks were spot on. Chloe Moretz and Jordin Sparks' printed outfits were a little too busy for our tastes. And then there was the mismatched gold-on-gold look from Katie Stevens.
    As for the frocks, Lucy Hale and Sarah Hyland both took the plunge and it paid off majorly. While Hailee Steinfeld's slightly frumpy dress made us wish she'd went with something a bit more youthful.
    What did you think of the fashions at tonight's awards show?


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    Source: damiimVEVO@youtube

    Yasss@hair-pushed back Dami

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    What would you do if Dan Stevens showed up at your door? If you’re a fan of the series Downton Abbey, on which he used to play the honorable Matthew Crawley, you might be inclined to invite him in for tea.

    But once you see this exclusive full-length trailer for The Guest above, you may think twice.

    “It’s part of that tease with the audience — you know, ‘Oh, it’s that nice young man off Downton!’” Stevens tells Yahoo Movies. “Just watch the movie, that’s what I say.”

    In the darkly humorous thriller, Stevens plays David, an Iraq War veteran who shows up at the doorstep of his dead army pal’s grieving family. He says he’s there to help — but when people start dying, his real motivation comes into question.

    The Guest is the newest feature from director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett, best known for clever low-budget horror flicks like the sleeper home-invasion hit You’re Next, which is what reeled in Stevens. “As soon as I saw that movie, I was like, ‘I want to meet the crazy, crazy people who made this film,’” the actor says. The Guest falls less into the horror category than the duo’s previous movies. As Stevens describes it, it’s more of a genre mash-up, inspired in part by Wingard’s back-to-back viewings of The Terminator and Halloween.

    Stevens doesn’t want to give away any of the movie’s twists, but he thinks it’s surprising enough to get a big reaction. “You always see on Facebook, like, ‘Can someone please watch the season finale of Breaking Bad so that we can talk about it?’” he says. “I’d like to think that people will feel the same way about The Guest: ‘I want my friends to see this because we need to talk about it!’”

    The Guest opens in theaters on Sept. 17.


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  • 08/11/14--05:18: Teen Wolf Post!!!
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    Here we are sitting at episode 8 of “Teen Wolf” season 4, and even though there is not that many more hours to go in this season, we’re still staring in the face of one major question: Who in the world is the Benefactor?(its Parrish lbr)

    In the sneak peek below, both Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) and Argent (JR Bourne) are going to do everything in their power to try and figure it out using some subtle manipulation and also defiance. Unfortunately for them, they are dealing with someone here who is reasonably stuck in their ways. We cannot see the Benefactor bending to the will of anyone, and merely just wants to continue crossing names off of the deadpool. (If only they were talking about the Marvel character…)

    As of right now, though, this preview does not offer up a whole lot in the way of information about what is coming up in terms of solving the mystery. Peter is an obvious suspect(a little too obvious of one) to be the character, and there of course many other possibilities out there. We would be shocked if it is a completely new face in the mix, and we personally feel like it’d be so much more interesting if it is someone we’re already incredibly familiar. With all of this being said, you can probably cross off the people in this video from the list. They are working a little too hard at figuring it out.

    Who do you think is the man or woman behind the computer right now?

    Source: cartermatt.com

    Who be da benefactor yall?

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    On the release of his latest movie, British actor Ben Whishaw has talked more about coming out.

    RADA-trained Whishaw, who rose to prominence alongside Dustin Hoffman in the 2006 movie, Perfume, and has since taken on the role of Q in the James Bond franchise, stars in Lilting, which opened in UK cinemas yesterday (8 August).

    Directed by Hong Khaou, 33-year-old Whishaw plays Richard: a man grieving the death of his Chinese-Cambodian boyfriend, Kai. Following his death, Richard attempts to forge a bond with Kai’s mother. However, the old woman, played by Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’s Cheng Pei-Pei, cannot speak English, did not know her son was gay, and already harbours a dislike for Richard.

    Whishaw revealed that he was gay last year, after announcing that he had entered a civil partnership with his Australian partner, composer Mark Bradshaw. Talking to author Damian Barr on the BBC’s Front Row radio show about Lilting, he said that although there had been tremendous advances in gay rights, LGBT people still had to go through the ‘coming out’ process.

    ‘It’s still a difficult conversation to have with people who you are very close to and an intimate conversation and something people have to do in their own way and their own time and I don’t think that has gotten any easier… because it’s that thing that you never have to announce to anyone that you’re heterosexual, so it’s different and always will be, I suppose.’

    Whishaw also joked about getting into character for his upcoming role as the voice of Paddington Bear in an animated feature.

    ‘It’s been quite wonderful and quite difficult – more difficult than I anticipated ‘cause the bear on the screen that I look at has such a clear character and it’s so painfully obvious to me when my voice is not working with that little bear but I think I’m slowly getting there… slowly becoming more and more beary!’

    Besides the Paddington Bear movie, Whishaw will be reprising his role as Q in the next Bond movie, due for the release at the end of 2015. However, another rumoured project now appears to be on hold.

    Having previously been confirmed to take on that role of Freddie Mercury in a biopic of the Queen singer, Whishaw told Time Out London this week, ‘Actually, I don’t know what’s happening, it seems to be on the back-burner… It was going, then there were problems getting the script working.’

    Source: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/ben-whishaw-talks-about-coming-out-bears-and-freddie-mercury090814#sthash.PQjMjV7l.dpuf

    How was your coming out ONTD?

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    2014 Teen Choice Award Winners


    Choice Movie: Action
    “Divergent” – WINNER
    “Edge of Tomorrow”
    “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”

    Choice Movie Actor: Action
    Jamie Campbell Bower, “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”
    Kellan Lutz, “The Legend of Hercules”
    Mark Wahlberg, “Lone Survivor”
    Theo James, “Divergent” – WINNER
    Tom Cruise, “Edge of Tomorrow”
    lRelated 30 actors under 30 who matter

    Choice Movie Actress: Action
    Emily Blunt, “Edge of Tomorrow”
    Lily Collins, “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”
    Elle Fanning, “Maleficent”
    Angelina Jolie, “Maleficent”
    Shailene Woodley, “Divergent” – WINNER

    Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
    “X-Men: Days of Future Past”
    “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″
    “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” – WINNER
    “Thor: The Dark World”

    Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    Chris Evans, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
    Andrew Garfield, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″
    Chris Hemsworth, “Thor: The Dark World”
    Liam Hemsworth, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”
    Josh Hutcherson, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” – WINNER

    Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    Halle Berry, “X-Men: Days of Future Past”
    Scarlett Johansson, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
    Jennifer Lawrence, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past” –WINNER
    Natalie Portman, “Thor: The Dark World”
    Emma Stone, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″

    Choice Movie: Drama
    “American Hustle”
    “Heaven Is for Real”
    “Million Dollar Arm”
    “The Fault in Our Stars” – WINNER
    “Veronica Mars”

    Choice Movie Actor: Drama
    Bradley Cooper, “American Hustle”
    Russell Crowe, “Noah”
    Jason Dohring, “Veronica Mars”
    Ansel Elgort, “The Fault in Our Stars” – WINNER
    Jon Hamm, “Million Dollar Arm”

    Choice Movie Actress: Drama
    Emma Watson, “Noah”
    Jennifer Lawrence, “American Hustle”
    Kristen Bell, “Veronica Mars”
    Sandra Bullock, “Gravity”
    Shailene Woodley, “The Fault in Our Stars” – WINNER

    Choice Movie: Comedy
    “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”
    “Ride Along”
    “The Other Woman” – WINNER
    “Vampire Academy”

    Choice Movie Actor: Comedy
    Will Ferrell, “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”
    Kevin Hart, “Ride Along” – WINNER
    Johnny Knoxville, “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa”
    Ice Cube, “Ride Along”
    Adam Sandler, “Blended”

    Choice Movie Actress: Comedy
    Christina Applegate, “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”
    Drew Barrymore, “Blended”
    Zoey Deutch, “Vampire Academy”
    Cameron Diaz, “The Other Woman”
    Emma Roberts, “We’re the Millers” – WINNER

    Choice Movie Villain
    Michael Fassbender, “X-Men: Days of Future Past”
    Jamie Foxx, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″
    Kelsey Grammer, “Transformers: Age of Extinction”
    Kate Winslet, “Divergent”
    Donald Sutherland, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” – WINNER

    Choice Movie Scene Stealer
    Sam Claflin, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”
    Nicholas Hoult, “X-Men: Days of Future Past”
    Anthony Mackie, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
    Ellen Page, “X-Men: Days of Future Past”
    Nat Wolff, “The Fault In Our Stars” – WINNER

    Choice Movie Breakout Star
    Ansel Elgort, “Divergent” and “The Fault in Our Stars” – WINNER
    Theo James, “Divergent”
    Elizabeth Olsen, “Godzilla”
    Nicola Peltz, “Transformers: Age of Extinction”
    Wyatt Russell, “22 Jump Street”

    Choice Movie Chemistry
    Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, “The Other Woman”
    Ansel Elgort, Nat Wolff and Shailene Woodley, “The Fault in Our Stars” – WINNER
    Chris Evans and Anthony Mackie, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
    Ice Cube and Kevin Hart, “Ride Along”
    Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, “22 Jump Street”

    Choice Movie Liplock
    Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
    Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”
    Emma Roberts, Jennifer Aniston and Will Poulter, “We’re The Millers”
    Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″
    Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, “The Fault In Our Stars” – WINNER

    Choice Movie Hissy Fit
    Godzilla, “Godzilla”
    Kevin Hart, “Ride Along”
    Jonah Hill, “22 Jump Street” – WINNER
    Ice Cube, “22 Jump Street”
    Jason Sudeikis, “We’re The Millers”

    Choice Summer Movie
    “22 Jump Street” – WINNER
    “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”
    “Earth to Echo”
    “Think Like a Man Too”
    “Transformers: Age of Extinction”

    Choice Summer Movie Star
    Jonah Hill, “22 Jump Street”
    Dwayne Johnson, “Hercules”
    Melissa McCarthy, “Tammy”
    Channing Tatum, “22 Jump Street” – WINNER
    Mark Wahlberg, “Transformers: Age of Extinction”


    Choice TV Show: Drama
    “Hart of Dixie”
    “Pretty Little Liars” – WINNER
    “Switched at Birth”
    “The Fosters”

    Choice TV Actor: Drama
    Avan Jogia, “Twisted”
    Ian Harding, “Pretty Little Liars” – WINNER
    Jake T. Austin, “The Fosters”
    Keegan Allen, “Pretty Little Liars”
    Lucas Grabeel, “Switched at Birth”

    Choice TV Actress: Drama
    Troian Bellisario, “Pretty Little Liars”
    Rachel Bilson, “Hart of Dixie”
    Lucy Hale, “Pretty Little Liars” – WINNER
    Maddie Hasson, “Twisted”
    Maia Mitchell, “The Fosters”

    Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi
    “Once Upon a Time”
    “Sleepy Hollow”
    “Teen Wolf”
    “The Vampire Diaries” – WINNER

    Choice TV Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    Ian Somerhalder, “The Vampire Diaries” – WINNER
    Joseph Morgan, “The Originals”
    Josh Dallas, “Once Upon a Time”
    Paul Wesley, “The Vampire Diaries”
    Tyler Posey, “Teen Wolf”

    Choice TV Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    Claire Holt, “The Originals”
    Ginnifer Goodwin, “Once Upon a Time”
    Kat Graham, “The Vampire Diaries”
    Kristin Kreuk, “Beauty and the Beast”
    Nina Dobrev, “The Vampire Diaries” – WINNER

    Choice TV Show: Comedy
    “Austin & Ally”
    “New Girl”
    “Sam & Cat”
    “The Big Bang Theory” – WINNER

    Choice TV Actor: Comedy
    Andy Samberg, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
    Ashton Kutcher, “Two and a Half Men”
    Chord Overstreet, “Glee”
    Jim Parsons, “The Big Bang Theory”
    Ross Lynch, “Austin & Ally” – WINNER

    Choice TV Actress: Comedy
    Debby Ryan, “Jessie”
    Kaley Cuoco, “The Big Bang Theory”
    Laura Marano, “Austin & Ally”
    Lea Michele, “Glee” – WINNER
    Mindy Kaling, “The Mindy Project”

    Choice TV: Animated Show
    “Adventure Time”
    “Family Guy”
    “Gravity Falls”
    “Regular Show”
    “The Simpsons” – WINNER

    Choice TV: Reality Competition Show
    “American Idol 13”
    “Masterchef Junior”
    “The Amazing Race”
    “The Voice” – WINNER

    Choice TV: Reality Show
    “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey”
    “Dance Moms”
    “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” – WINNER
    “Real Husbands of Hollywood”
    “Total Divas”

    Choice TV Villain
    Robbie Kay, “Once Upon A Time”
    Jane Lynch, “Glee”
    Dylan O’Brien, “Teen Wolf” – WINNER
    Janel Parrish, “Pretty Little Liars”
    Paul Wesley, “The Vampire Diaries”

    Choice TV Reality Personality – Male
    Nick Cannon, “America’s Got Talent”
    Rob Dyrdek, “Ridiculousness”
    Adam Levine, “The Voice” – WINNER
    Nev Schulman and Max Joseph, “Catfish: The TV Show”
    Ryan Seacrest, “American Idol”

    Choice TV Reality Personality – Female
    Cat Deeley, “So You Think You Can Dance”
    Abby Lee Miller, “Dance Moms”
    Jennifer Lopez, “American Idol”
    Shakira, “The Voice” – WINNER
    The Kardashians and Jenner Sisters, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”

    Choice TV Male Scene Stealer
    Darren Criss, “Glee”
    Adam DeVine, “Modern Family”
    Tyler Hoechlin, “Teen Wolf” – WINNER
    Tahj Mowry, “Baby Daddy”
    Michael Trevino, “The Vampire Diaries”

    Choice TV Female Scene Stealer
    Sarah Hyland, “Modern Family”
    Candice Accola, “The Vampire Diaries” – WINNER
    Eden Sher, “The Middle”
    Naya Rivera, “Glee”
    Mayim Bialik, “The Big Bang Theory”

    Choice TV Female Breakout Star
    Nicole Beharie, “Sleepy Hollow”
    Dove Cameron, “Liv & Maddie”
    Adelaide Kane, “Reign”
    Sasha Pieterse, “Pretty Little Liars” – WINNER
    Emily Bett Rickards, “Arrow”

    Choice TV: Male Breakout Star
    Richard Brancatisano, “Chasing Life”
    Brett Dalton, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” – WINNER
    Tom Mison, “Sleepy Hollow”
    Miguel Pinzon, “Mystery Girls”
    Toby Regbo, “Reign”

    Choice TV: Breakout Show
    “Being Mary Jane”
    “Chasing Life”
    “Faking It” – WINNER
    “Sleepy Hollow”

    Choice Summer TV Show
    “Baby Daddy”
    “Girl Meets World”
    “So You Think You Can Dance”
    “Under The Dome”
    “Wipeout” – WINNER
    “Young & Hungry”

    Choice Summer TV Star: Male
    Jean-Luc Bilodeau, “Baby Daddy”
    Tyler Blackburn, “Pretty Little Liars” – WINNER
    David Lambert, “The Fosters”
    Tyler Posey, “Teen Wolf”
    Mike Vogel, “Under the Dome”

    Choice Summer TV Star: Female
    Ashley Benson, “Pretty Little Liars” – WINNER
    Shay Mitchell, “Pretty Little Liars”
    Emily Osment, “Young & Hungry”
    Cierra Ramirez, “The Fosters”
    Italia Ricci, “Chasing Life”


    Choice Male Artist
    Jason Derulo
    Pharrell Williams
    Austin Mahone
    Ed Sheeran – WINNER
    Justin Timberlake

    Choice Female Artist
    Miley Cyrus
    Ariana Grande – WINNER
    Katy Perry
    Taylor Swift

    Choice Music Group
    5 Seconds of Summer
    Fifth Harmony
    One Direction – WINNER

    Choice Electronic Dance Music (EDM) Artist
    Martin Garrix
    Calvin Harris – WINNER

    Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist
    Iggy Azalea – WINNER
    John Legend
    Nicki Minaj
    Justin Timberlake

    Choice Rock Group
    Imagine Dragons – WINNER
    One Republic
    The Black Keys

    Choice Male Country Artist
    Luke Bryan
    Hunter Hayes – WINNER
    Jake Owen
    Blake Shelton
    Keith Urban

    Choice Female Country Artist
    Jana Kramer
    Kacey Musgraves
    Miranda Lambert
    Taylor Swift – WINNER
    Carrie Underwood

    Choice Country Group
    Florida Georgia Line
    Lady Antebellum – WINNER
    The Band Perry
    Zac Brown Band

    Choice Country Song
    “Bartender,” Lady Antebellum
    “Beachin,’” Jake Owen
    “Play It Again,” Luke Bryan
    “Somethin’ Bad,” Miranda Lambert with Carrie Underwood
    “This is How We Roll,” Florida Georgia Line featuring Luke Bryan – WINNER

    Choice Single Female Artist
    “Dark Horse,” Katy Perry featuring Juicy J
    “Fancy,” Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX
    “Let It Go,” Idina Menzel
    “Problem,” Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea – WINNER
    “Team,” Lorde

    Choice Single Male Artist
    “Happy,” Pharrell Williams
    “Mmm Yeah,” Austin Mahone featuring Pitbull
    “Sing,” Ed Sheeran – WINNER
    “Stay With Me,” Sam Smith
    “Talk Dirty,” Jason Derulo featuring 2 Chainz

    Choice Single Group
    “Bo$$,” Fifth Harmony – WINNER
    “Me and My Broken Heart,” Rixton
    “Rude,” Magic!
    “She Looks So Perfect,” 5 Seconds of Summer
    “Story of My Life,” One Direction

    Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song
    “All of Me,” John Legend
    “Fancy,” Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX – WINNER
    “Na Na,” Trey Songz
    “Pills N Potions,” Nicki Minaj
    “Turn Down For What,” DJ Snake & Lil Jon

    Choice Rock Song
    “Ain’t It Fun,” Paramore
    “Love Runs Out,” OneRepublic
    “Maps,” Maroon 5
    “Pompeii,” Bastille – WINNER
    “On Top of the World,” Imagine Dragons

    Choice EDM Song
    “#Selfie,” The Chainsmokers
    “Animals,” Martin Garrix
    “Latch,” Disclosure featuring Sam Smith
    “Summer,” Calvin Harris
    “Wake Me Up,” Avicii – WINNER

    Choice Love Song
    “All of Me,” John Legend
    “Boom Clap,” Charli XCX
    “Not a Bad Thing,” Justin Timberlake
    “Somebody to You,” The Vamps featuring Demi Lovato
    “You & I,” One Direction – WINNER

    Choice Break-Up Song
    “Amnesia,” 5 Seconds of Summer
    “Break Free,” Ariana Grande featuring Zedd
    “Miss Movin’ On,” Fifth Harmony
    “Really Don’t Care,” Demi Lovato featuring Cher Lloyd
    “Story of My Life,” One Direction – WINNER

    Choice Music Breakout Artist
    Becky G
    Austin Mahone – WINNER
    Rita Ora
    Cody Simpson

    Choice Music: Breakout Group
    5 Seconds of Summer – WINNER
    Fifth Harmony
    The Vamps

    Choice Summer Song
    “Fancy,” Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX
    “Really Don’t Care,” Demi Lovato featuring Cher Lloyd – WINNER
    “Rude,” Magic!
    “Summer,” Calvin Harris
    “Wiggle,” Jason Derulo featuring Snoop Dogg

    Choice Summer Music Star: Female
    Ariana Grande
    Iggy Azalea
    Becky G
    Demi Lovato – WINNER
    Nicki Minaj

    Choice Summer Music Star: Male
    Luke Bryan
    Jason Derulo – WINNER
    John Legend
    Sam Smith
    Pharrell Williams

    Choice Summer Music Star: Group
    5 Seconds of Summer – WINNER
    Fifth Harmony
    Florida Georgia Line

    Choice Summer Tour
    Beyonce and Jay-Z, “On The Run Tour”
    Justin Timberlake, “The 20/20 Experience World Tour”
    Katy Perry, “The Prismatic World Tour”
    Luke Bryan, “That’s My Kind of Night Tour”
    One Direction, “Where We Are Tour” – WINNER


    Choice Female Hottie
    Selena Gomez – WINNER
    Ariana Grande
    Kendall Jenner
    Bella Thorne

    Choice Male Hottie
    One Direction – WINNER
    Zac Efron
    Ryan Gosling
    Liam Hemsworth
    Austin Mahone
    Ian Somerhalder

    Choice Smile
    Selena Gomez
    Austin Mahone
    Demi Lovato
    Harry Styles – WINNER
    Taylor Swift

    Olay Fresh Effects Breakout Star Award
    Odeya Rush – WINNER


    Choice Male Athlete
    Kevin Durant
    Dale Earnhardt Jr.
    Tim Howard
    LeBron James – WINNER
    Johnny Manziel
    Russell Wilson

    Choice Female Athlete
    Meryl Davis
    Lucy Li
    Candace Parker
    Danica Patrick
    Amy Purdy
    Serena Williams – WINNER


    Candie’s Choice Style Icon
    Iggy Azalea
    Ashley Benson
    Kendall Jenner
    Emma Roberts
    Zendaya – WINNER

    Choice Comedian
    Jimmy Fallon
    Kevin Hart – WINNER
    Mindy Kaling
    Andy Samberg
    Kenan Thompson

    Choice Web Star: Female
    Grace Helbig
    Bethany Mota – WINNER
    Michelle Phan
    Andrea Russett
    Zoe Sugg (“Zoella”)

    Choice Web Star: Male
    Cameron Dallas
    Connor Franta
    Joey Graceffa
    Shawn Mendes
    Tyler Oakley – WINNER
    Troye Sivan

    Choice Web Star: Comedy
    Colleen Ballinger (“Miranda Sings”)
    Hannah Hart
    Jenn McAllister (“Jennxpenn”)
    Our2ndLife – WINNER
    Anthony Quintal (“Lohanthony”)
    Brittani Louise Taylor

    Choice Web Star: Music
    Boyce Avenue
    Christina Grimmie
    Megan and Liz
    Shawn Mendes - WINNER
    Lindsey Stirling

    Choice Web Star: Fashion/Beauty
    Elle and Blaire Fowler
    Bunny Meyer (“Grav3yardgirl”)
    Bethany Mota
    Ingrid Nilsen (“Missglamorazzi”)
    Michelle Phan
    Zoe Sugg (“Zoella”) - WINNER

    Choice Web Star: Gaming
    Tiffany Garcia( “IHasCupquake”)
    Joey Graceffa
    PewDiePie – WINNER
    Toby Turner

    Choice Web Collaboration
    Danisnotonfire & AmazingPhil – The Photo Booth Challenge
    Alfie Deyes (“Pointless Blog”) and Ariana Grande – Ariana Does My Makeup
    PrankvsPrank and Jack & Finn Harries (“Jacksgap”) – Twin Teleport Prank
    Anthony Quintal (“Lohanthony”), Jack Baran (“Thatsojack), Andrew Lowe, Jenn McAllister (“Jennxpenn) and Rebecca
    Black – Fab Five in Real Life
    Troye Sivan & Tyler Oakley – The “Boyfriend” Tag - WINNER

    Choice Social Media King
    Justin Bieber
    Ashton Kutcher
    One Direction – WINNER
    Ian Somerhalder
    Justin Timberlake

    Choice Social Media Queen
    Lady Gaga
    Katy Perry – WINNER
    Britney Spears
    Taylor Swift

    Choice Twit
    Justin Bieber
    Demi Lovato
    One Direction – WINNER
    Katy Perry
    Ian Somerhalder

    Choice Viner
    Cameron Dallas – WINNER
    Matt Espinosa
    Jack and Jack
    Shawn Mendes
    Lele Pons

    Choice Instagrammer
    Justin Bieber
    Miley Cyrus – WINNER
    Selena Gomez
    Taylor Swift

    Choice Fanatic Fans
    #Directioners – WINNER


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    Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are continuing their “conscious uncoupling” across the street from each other in the Hamptons. Page Six can exclusively reveal the former couple are spending the summer at two separate, but very close, addresses in Amagansett.

    We’re told that Chris has rented the mansion of Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak, who has a 4,000-square-foot place off Old Montauk Highway, while Gwyneth’s home is just a few blocks and a short walk away. According to neighbors, Chris can often be seen strolling or jogging around the area on his own, or surfing in Montauk with his and Gwyneth’s kids Apple, 10, and Moses, 8.

    Chris and Gwyneth announced their split in March after 10 years of marriage. He recently told Z100 host Elvis Duran that while they are apart, they remain friends for their children.“We are very close. We are not together. But we’re — you know — that’s the truth and that’s it,” Chris said, adding, “There’s a lot of love. No scandal, I’m afraid.”

    Despite the separate addresses, the Coldplay rocker — who performed a stunning solo set at the Box on the Lower East Side last week — and Gwyneth continue to spend time together as a family. We reported they were spotted dining at Bay Kitchen Bar in East Hampton, and shopping for skateboards for their kids before heading for pizza.

    SOURCE http://pagesix.com/2014/08/10/gwyneth-paltrow-living-across-the-street-from-chris-martin/?_ga=1.70812178.302611626.1407755173

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