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    At a super quick glance I thought it was Taylor Swift tbh, dat lipstick.

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    Actor Joe Morton attends the Television Academy and SAG-AFTRA Presents Dynamic & Diverse: A 66th Emmy Awards Celebration of Diversity at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre on August 12, 2014 in North Hollywood, California.











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    Christina Aguilera is a mommy again after welcoming a beautiful baby girl!

    The 33-year-old gave birth today, via C-section, with babydaddy, Matt Rutler by her side, Popdust can exclusively reveal.

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    A well placed source tells Popdust Aguilera and Rutler arrived at Cedars Sinai at 8 am this morning to check in to her private, deluxe birthing suite and that everything went exactly to plan.

    Xtina is already mom to son, Max, 6, from her marriage to Jordan Bratman—the couple split October 2010, their divorce was finalized April 2011.

    It’s the first child for Rutler—who met Aguilera on the movie set of Burlesque, the couple announced their engagement Valentine’s Day, a week before sharing the news that they were expecting.

    Meanwhile, Christina will be taking off season six of The Voice to spend some quality time with her growing family and concentrate on her music career.

    Congratulations on the new addition, Christina, Matt and Max!

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    It’s no surprise that death is kind of an inevitability in the Song Of Ice And Fire/Game Of Thrones universes, but there are just some characters so integral to the plot and so woven into the fandom that it seems as if they’ll be safe until the end. Well, according to George R.R. Martin, not even Tyrion Lannister is safe! Read on for our exclusive interview with George at your peril — mild spoilers are below!

    “I love all my characters, of course, but Tyrion has always been a favorite,” George revealed to HollywoodLife.com when we spoke to him in the Courtyard by Marriot at Super Hero HQ during San Diego Comic-Con. No surprise there — both Tyrion and Samwell Tarly have said to be George’s author self-insertions.

    “He is the easiest to write … The only thing that is hard is that it takes me days and sometimes weeks to come up with the one-liners that Tyrion comes up with in, like, a minute. I wish in real life I was nearly as acerbic and funny as Tyrion.”

    When we pressed him on whether Tyrion would be safe from George’s hit list for his favoritism, he was vague:“Well, I did cut off his nose, so…”

    “They say that you write what you want to read and you create in television what you want to watch. I love shows that are unpredictable,” George explained. “I like shows to be more real. Predicatable shows and books bore me. [...]

    “I want to be on the edge of my seat. So, the deaths are important and at all times necessary.”
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    lol lbr he isn't killing tyrion anytime soon. personally i think tyrion will survive the series but won't get a cliche happy ending

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    If you have the most purposefully brain-free comedy of the year to promote, what better way to do so than by spoofing Lucy, a successful film that is all about expanding the way the mind functions? That’s the clever idea hit on by the marketing team behind Dumb And Dumber To, and launched on to the web via the twitter accounts of stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels. Check them out below.



    Picking up the story two decades on, we’re re-introduced to Harry and Lloyd via the most ill-advised but committed prank Lloyd has ever conceived. After that, it's on to the meat and potatoes of the plot, with Harry learning he has a grown daughter and the pair setting off to find her. Naturally, they soon find themselves in the middle of various idiotic, and potentially life-threatening situations. The most recent trailer promised a return to the sort of madness wrought by the first film, though there are still worries about capturing the lunatic energy once more.



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    The trailer looks like a Wayans Brothers movie.

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    With the aid of local police, War Machine was captured in Simi Valley, California, by U.S. Marshals yesterday afternoon at an Extended Stay America Hotel.

    According to KTLA 5 News, War Machine was shot with a Taser by authorities before he was handcuffed and transported to Ventura County Jail.

    The controversial Brazilian jiu-jitsu brown belt, who has been charged with seven criminal offenses—six of which are felonies, per TMZ—could have been captured much sooner if Las Vegas police acted faster based on the account of one of Mack's neighbors.

    As NBC News reported on Thursday, Dashanka Giraldo says police did not take calls of Mack allegedly being brutally beaten by the well-known MMA fighter seriously.

    My mother immediately called the cops and they hung up on her. When Christy tried calling the cops as well, they hung up on her, too. ... It took the cops like 15 to 20 minutes to get to our neighborhood, which is just way too long. I mean, that's crazy. We have an emergency here.

    Giraldo says her family took a bloody, naked Mack into their home immediately after her alleged violent encounter with War Machine. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department did not give NBC a response to Giraldo's recollection of the events.



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    At the Oscar ceremony 10 years ago – the one where Peter Jackson's third Lord of the Rings film hauled away another sack of precious gold – it was still possible to say that Old Hollywood was being celebrated alongside modern Hollywood. Dotted around the auditorium at the Kodak Theatre that night were several of the venerated faces of motion pictures' golden age. At one point, Tom Hanks stepped up to present a special tribute to the comedian Bob Hope, then aged 101, and later Julia Roberts made a similar presentation to a 96-year-old Katharine Hepburn.

    The sombre "in memoriam" sequence in 2004 paid tribute to Donald O'Connor, star of Singing in the Rain, to Gregory Peck, to Elia Kazan and to Ann Miller, the aged dance star who had only recently reappeared on the silver screen to play a cameo role as a spooky remnant of Hollywood glamour in David Lynch's Mulholland Drive.

    The death last week of Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart's co-star in To Have and Have Not, The Big Sleep and Key Largo, caused many film fans to mourn the passing of one of the last truly great Hollywood talents. When shall we see her like again, several asked, and how can the tawdry, brash Los Angeles of today ever compete?

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    Here's an overlooked musical tribute to Bacall from 1982.

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    Dave Franco is randomly attacked by Kevin Hart in a wacky new ad for Madden NFL 15 released Friday by video gamemakers EA Sports.

    The almost four-minute long commercial-music video called Madden Season, starts off innocently enough with Hart walking up to Franco's mansion and frantically knocking.

    “Kev, what's up?” Franco asks. Hart's only response is a cold, hard, inexplicable slap to the face. “It's Madden season,” informs a chorus of cheerleaders/back-up dancers who appear behind Hart, as if paying unneeded homage to Gwen Stefani‘s 2005 video Hollaback Girl.

    And it only gets worse.

    There's rapping, too. The lyrics are literally “Blah, blah, blah, blah.” Finally there's a showdown between the Ride Along and 21 Jump Street stars, with them facing off in a game of Madden NFL 15 in front of Franco's burning mansion, which looks considerably less beautiful.

    NFL all-stars LeSean McCoy, Colin Kaepernick and Richard Sherman are all involved, but it there is little redeeming about their appearances.



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    what video games have yalls been playing recently?

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    do yall think obama will accept from the true king of r&b??

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    YoUnG pEoPlE are no longer ruining the English language with their hip slang and their sassy abbreviations. Because that language is now officially just part of the English language. It's in the dictionary. FYL, old people.(FYL (abbrev.): derived from the acronym FML, which means "f--k my life!" In this case, the Y means "Your," because it is your life that is f--ked. P.S. "FML" is in the Oxford dictionary now.)

    The Oxford Dictionaries has added a selection of words found in "current English" that are so frequently used they "merit a dictionary entry," explains ABC News. Those words also include: "Side Boob," "YOLO," and "Hot Mess." This is the online edition, not to be confused with the published Oxford English Dictionaries, which require words to have "much more historical, significant impact before adding them."

    Here is the complete list of additions, via TIME:
    acquihire (n.): buying out a company primarily for the skills and expertise of its staff.
    adorbs (adj.): arousing great delight; cute or adorable.
    air punch (n.): thrusting one's clenched fist up into the air, typically as a gesture of triumph.
    amazeballs (adj.): very impressive, enjoyable, or attractive.
    anti-vax (adj.): opposed to vaccination.
    binge-watch (v.): watch multiple episodes of a television program in rapid succession.
    bro hug (n.): a friendly embrace between two men.
    clickbait (n.): (on the Internet) content whose main purpose is to attract attention and draw visitors to a particular web page.
    cray (adj.): crazy, but without that time-consuming extra syllable.
    Deep Web (n.): the part of the World Wide Web that is not discoverable by means of standard search engines.
    doncha (contraction): don't you.
    douchebaggery (n.): obnoxious or contemptible behaviour.
    e-cig (n.): another term for electronic cigarette.
    fandom (n.): the fans of a particular person, team, series, etc., regarded collectively as a community or subculture.
    fast follower (n.): a company that quickly imitates the innovations of its competitors.
    5:2 diet (n.): a diet that involves eating normally for five days out of a seven-day period and greatly restricting the amount of food eaten on the other two days.
    FML (abbrev.): (vulgar slang) f— my life! (used to express dismay at a frustrating personal situation)
    hate-watch (v.): watch (a television program usually) for the sake of the enjoyment derived from mocking or criticizing it.
    hot mess (n.): a person or thing that is spectacularly unsuccessful or disordered.
    hot mic (n.): a microphone that is turned on, in particular one that broadcasts a spoken remark that was intended to be private.
    humblebrag (n. & v.): (make) an ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement whose actual purpose is to draw attention to something of which one is proud.
    hyperconnected (adj.): characterized by the widespread or habitual use of devices that have Internet connectivity.
    ICYMI (abbrev.): in case you missed it.
    listicle (n.): an Internet article presented in the form of a numbered or bullet-pointed list.
    live-tweet (v.): post comments about (an event) on Twitter while the event is taking place.
    mansplain (v.): (of a man) explain something to someone, typically a woman, in a manner regarded as condescending or patronizing.
    mud run (n.): an event in which participants negotiate a course consisting of obstacles filled or covered with mud.
    neckbeard (n.): growth of hair on a man's neck, especially when regarded as indicative of poor grooming.
    Paleo diet (n.): a diet based on the type of foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans.
    second screen (n.): a mobile device used while watching television, especially to access supplementary content or applications.
    sentiment analysis (n.): the process of computationally identifying and categorizing opinions expressed in a piece of text.
    side boob (n.): the side part of a woman's breast, as exposed by a revealing item of clothing.
    side-eye (n.): a sidelong glance expressing disapproval or contempt.
    smartwatch (n.): a mobile device with a touchscreen display, worn on the wrist.
    SMH (abbrev.): shaking (or shake) my head (used to express disapproval, exasperation, etc.).
    spit take (n.): (especially as a comic technique) an act of suddenly spitting out liquid one is drinking in response to something funny or surprising.
    subtweet (n.): (on Twitter) a post that refers to a particular user without directly mentioning them, typically as a form of furtive mockery or criticism.
    tech-savvy (n.): well informed about or proficient in the use of modern technology.
    time-poor (adj.): spending much of one's time working or occupied.
    throw shade (phr.): publicly criticize or express contempt for someone.nooo!
    vape (v.): inhale and exhale the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device.
    WDYT (abbrev.): what do you think?
    YOLO (abbrev.): you only live once (expressing the view that one should make the most of the present moment)

    For the record, while typing this story Microsoft Word said almost every single one of them was misspelled, so we have a long way to go. Also, we didn't even know the "5:2 diet" was a thing. Anyway, just wait till they add THOT next year.

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    Lino DiSalvo recently sat down with The Globe and Mail to talk about leaving Disney and the awkward legacy that being Animation Director on Frozen has had for his career. It’s not surprising that working on the Oscar-winning film had its drawbacks for DiSalvo, who pulled an Ubisoft in a now-notorious 2013 statement where he claimed female characters are “really, really hard to animate” because animators have to “keep them pretty.” But did DiSalvo learn anything from the controversy?

    The animator told The Globe and Mail:

    This is how that day, that situation went. In animation, we have something called a model sheet – examples of who the character is and different angles. What we also have is a range of emotion model sheets showing the characters in different states of intensity – sadness, surprise, angry. Translating that emotional range onto a CG character is one of the most difficult parts of the process. Male. Female. Snowman. Animal. Everything that was taken out of proportion was taking what I just said there and being misrepresented as only female characters have emotion so it’s difficult, which was totally bogus. If you see the movie, it’s obviously not correct. The really sad thing is people took that, had that catchy headline and they just repopulated it everywhere. People didn’t get back to me for comments and the sad thing is that’s the way the internet works. They don’t want the truth. They want this catchy kind of headline instead of if you were in the room and you saw the images I had behind me of Kristoff going through his emotional range. That is a difficult part of the process. It’s not difficult because they’re girls. It’s difficult because when you’re exploring animation and getting characters to look unique like Olaf, doing that range of emotion test and trying to identify what that emotion is is very, very difficult. It’s what the DNA of the character is. It’s what’s going to make that character unique to other characters.

    To recap, here’s the 2013 statement that DiSalvo was addressing:

    Historically speaking, animating female characters are really, really difficult, because they have to go through these range of emotions, but you have to keep them pretty and they’re very sensitive to — you can get them off a model very quickly. So, having a film with two hero female characters was really tough, and having them both in the scene and look very different if they’re echoing the same expression; that Elsa looking angry looks different from Anna being angry.

    I doubt DiSalvo’s new statement will do anything to redeem him in the eyes of his critics, since in defending himself the animator sidesteps the very part of his initial quote which many people took offense with–the idea that female characters “must be pretty” above all else, regardless of what point they’re at in their emotional journey, and the consequent implication that having two female protagonists is challenging since there’s only one objective ideal of “pretty.” I doubt DiSalvo meant to imply any of those beliefs, but he revealed some of Disney’s biases, regardless–biases which are frankly dangerous for young viewers.

    That being said, the full interview is definitely worth a read, and DiSalvo has some inspiring thoughts to share about what it was like working on Frozen and the moment animators knew they had something special on their hands. He has now left Disney for Paramount and the opportunity to direct his own film–for DiSalvo’s sake, I hope sentient sponges are easier to animate.

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    lmao nobody said anything about emotions. its the fact that he thinks females are hard to animate because they have to be ~pretty and different~

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  • 08/17/14--17:39: Avengers AoU News!


  • According to reports, there is a lot of spoilers buzzing in the web, after the post credits scene and after credits scene description were leaked.

    The end credits scene reportedly points to a Loki scene hinting for a Thor 3 movie and the mid and post credit scene hinted at a possibility of Loki leading a war between Asgard and Midgard.

    According to ScreenCrush.com, the post credits of the upcoming Avengers 2 movie "will lead directly into the events of Thor 3, teasing a Loki-led war between Midgard and Asgard, and the beginning of Ragnorak."

    As of now, the Ragnarok plot line is most likely to appear in the movies. In the comics, the story deals with Tony Stark, the Iron Man, making a clone verson of Thor (Ragnarok), after he goes missing (something that could happen after Age of Ultron). The two end up meeting in what happens to be a battle that includes both Loki and Thor dying.

    Star Chris Hemsworth, who plays the Thunder God Thor in Marvel movies, is excited about the new storyline.

    Hemsworth told ScreenRant, "I think that in the comic book the sort of end of days, Armageddon aspect is probably the direction in which it will all head in."

    Meanwhile, Hemsworth almost confirmed that Thor 3 movie is underway.

    He said, "I hope we're doing another one. I think we're doing another one. I don't know anything official as of yet, but I'm looking forward to it."

    There is no confirmation, whatsoever, for the third film of the God of Thunder but Avengers 2: Age Of Ultron is set for release summer of next year.

    Recently, Marvel comics announced that they are planning to pass on the Thor's hammer to a woman. Avengers' director Joss Whedon even suggested a name for Thor replacement, Katee Sackhoff, Starbuck from Battlestar Galactica.

    However the actress told Vulture that she didn't hear anything from Marvel Studios about the character, which is rumoured to be making an appearance in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

    That "super-secret job" she teased about on Twitter isn't for the role or any other in a Marvel film, either.

    "At this moment, I have not sat down with anybody from Marvel for any role specifically," Sackhoff told Vulture, noting that that "doesn't necessarily mean that something with Marvel is completely off the table in the future."

    She added, "Any time I can play a strong female lead that's a role model, it's a good day," she said.

    James Spader has the new Avengers film to thank for his renewed friendship with Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. after losing touch with his "Less Than Zero" co-star years ago.

    The "Sex, Lies & Videotape" star admits Downey was among his closest friends when they were working together in the 1980s, and the "Chaplin" actor was so fond of Spader he and his then-girlfriend Sarah Jessica Parker named their cat, Jimmy, after him.

    But their lives "drifted apart" and Spader reveals he hadn't spoken to his old friend in years when he was offered the role of villain Ultron in the new Avengers film, "Age of Ultron."

    He tells Playboy, "We spoke to each other just before I left for London to film 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' and it was like we were right back where we'd left it (friendship).

    "It has been a tremendous pleasure and absolute delight to be reunited with Robert on this film."

    Stellan Skarsgard has confirmed he will be appearing in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.

    He revealed that his brief appearance as Dr Erik Selvig (for the fourth time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe) will probably involve him explaining something for the benefit of the viewers.

    Stellan also said he enjoys working with Marvel because ‘they know exactly what they’re doing.’

    ‘I’m going to be in Avengers: Age of Ultron, a small appearance’ he told Total Film.

    ‘It’s something really nice. Even if it’s owned by Disney now, it’s really run by four or five people, and they know exactly what they’re doing.

    ‘I like working with them because if I have a problem with the scene, I have Kevin Feige’s number. I can call the head of the studio. You can’t do that when you work on a normal Disney film or with Warner Bros or Paramount.’

    When asked about Joss Whedon’s superhero sequel, he gave very little away.

    ‘I don’t know what I’m allowed to say. But usually they call me in if they need something explained’ he said.

    ‘There’s a lot of explanations to do when it comes to that universe.’

    The Avengers: Age of Ultron has finished filming and will be with us next year.

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    A petition to include some kind of Robin Williams memorial in a future Zelda title has reached over 100,000 signatures, and Nintendo has offered a response.

    Much like the petition that encouraged Blizzard to include a Robin Williams NPC in World of Warcraft, this petition asks Nintendo to consider creating a Robin Williams NPC in a future Zelda title. It has reached more than 100,000 signatures and reads, "Robin was an avid player of video games, with a love for all things Nintendo, and a particular love of all things Legend of Zelda. It is well-known that he named his daughter after the series' titular princess."

    A representative from Nintendo responded to inquiry from Polygon about the petition and offered the following statement:

    "We appreciate the outpouring of support from the gaming community, and hear the request of fans to honor him in a future game. We will not be discussing what might be possible for future games during this difficult time, but we will hold our memories of Robin close."

    Nintendo worked with Robin Williams and his daughter Zelda to help promote the 3DS release of Ocarina of Time with a series of ads, one of which you can see below.



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    It's cute but these "tribute" placement in products really feels like they're selling his legacy. I respect him for his contributions but I don't want him just get slapped in everything he was interested in without proper thought and care.

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  • 08/17/14--18:10: J Cole is in Ferguson





  • Another excuse for a Ferguson post for those who will be following tonight

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    MARIAH CAREY ANNOUNCES HIGHLY ANTICIPATED WORLD TOUR “THE ELUSIVE CHANTEUSE SHOW

    ‘CHANTEUSE’ LAUNCHES IN ASIA OCTOBER 2014, MARKS THE DIVA’S

    FIRST WORLD TOUR SINCE ‘THE ADVENTURES OF MIMI’

    MORE SHOWS TO BE ANNOUNCED ON MARIAHCAREY.COM

    On the heels of her most critically acclaimed album of her career, “Me. I am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse,” best-selling female artist of all time Mariah Carey embarks on a world tour entitled “The Elusive Chanteuse Show.” This will be Mariah’s first reemergence to the stage since her celebrated and extensive “The Adventures of Mimi” tour in 2006.

    The Elusive Chanteuse Show will launch with two dates in Japan, a favorite stop for Carey, where she holds the title of the best selling international artist with over 20 million albums sold.

    Mariah’s ‘Chanteuse’ will play 12 exclusive dates in Asia starting October 4, 2014, including the superstar’s first ever visit to mainland China. Visit mariahcarey.com/tour for up-to-date information as the shows get announced.



    Carey’s set list will be an exciting mix of her biggest hits, fan-favorite album cuts, never-before-performed selections from her #1 R&B AlbumMe. I am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse” and many more surprises!

    I want to experience the spontaneity and emotion that I put into this album on stage with my fans,” says Carey. “I can’t stop writing songs so don’t be surprised if you hear a brand new song that I just wrote the night before the show in your city!

    Mariah Carey is a true music icon and the best-selling female artist of all time with more than 220 million albums sold to date and 18 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 singles (17 self-penned) including 'Fantasy', 'Always Be My Baby', 'Hero', 'Touch My Body', 'One Sweet Day', and 'We Belong Together' - more than any solo artist in history.



    With her distinct five-octave vocal range, prolific songwriting, and producing talent, Mariah has defined the modern pop performance. As a singer/ songwriter/ producer, she has been recognized with multiple Grammy Awards, 21 American Music Awards, Billboard's “Artist of the Decade” Award, the World Music Award for “World's Best Selling Female Artist of the Millennium,” and BMI's “Icon Award” for her outstanding achievements in songwriting, to name a few.

    Mariah Carey's ongoing impact transcends the music industry to leave an indelible imprint upon the world at large. She has made substantial marks in film with critically acclaimed roles in Precious (2009) and also in Lee Daniel’s The Butler (2013). A Congressional Award recipient, Mariah has generously donated her time and energy to a range of philanthropic causes near to her heart including Save the Music, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, World Hunger Relief, and the Elton John AIDS Foundation, among many others. A tremendous supporter of children’s charities, both domestic and international, Mariah founded Camp Mariah in partnership with the Fresh Air Fund, a retreat for inner city children to explore career development.



    Stay up to date with tour announcements at www.mariahcarey.com/tour and follow Mariah on Facebook and Twitter at @MariahCarey.

    If you haven't heard the album yet, or avoided it because it sold triple condom, I PROMISE you'll love this song!



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    Welp. Bye Sam. Also RIP @ Hoyt's characterization and that awkward diabetes-enduing Brigitte/Jason Hoyt/Jessica scene. YASSS @ the entire Pam/Sarah/Yakuza hairstyling scene aka how Sarah gets her groove back.

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