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- 06/05/15--12:41: Rumor: Jason Statham To Play Bullseye in Daredevil Season Two
- 06/05/15--12:41: Kingdom star Nick Jonas celebrates #NationalDonutDay
- 06/05/15--13:19: Nancy Grace remains awful
- 06/05/15--14:09: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Will Get Two New Songs
- Composer Alan Menken says there's gonna be two new songs in the live action "Beauty and the Beast" not in the 1991 film
- Contemplated adding "If I Can't Love Her" from the Broadway show
- First song is for the Beast, called "Forever More"
- Second song is called "Days in the Sun", sung by the objects ensemble reminiscing time before the spell
- 06/05/15--14:09: Bandleader For "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" Announced
- 06/05/15--15:09: Bridge of Spies Trailer
- 06/05/15--15:10: Horror Movie Weekend Roundup
- 06/06/15--08:13: Novak Djokovic beats Andy Murray to reach French Open final
- 06/06/15--08:14: Did you know that comedian Rob Schneider's daughter is a singer?
- 06/06/15--08:14: BIG BANG - We Like 2 Party MV
- 06/06/15--10:50: Celebs @ Step Up Women's Network 12th Annual Inspiration Awards
- 06/06/15--10:50: Lorde on the Cover of Vogue Australia July 2015
Rookie Blue has returned for what will probably be its last season.
Promo for 6x04 "Letting Go":
And, since it hasn't been posted yet, ET Canada released a preview for the whole season:
Did you know the show was back on, ONTD? Do you still watch/care?
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-Nancy pretty much only refers to Caitlyn as he throughout the whole clip.
-"Let the man do what the man wants to do!"
-Nancy wants to know if Caitlyn has a penis, her guest steers the conversation back towards Caitlyn's car crash
-Nancy gets a plastic surgeon on the air and asks immediately if Caitlyn is a woman and if she has a vagina
-"It's like a dog chasing a car. What're you gonna do when you get it?"
-"Right now he still has the penis... says you."
Stephen Colbert has named jazz musician Jon Batiste as his new show's bandleader: http://t.co/XC7TYrGkFt— billboard (@billboard) June 5, 2015
Melissa McCarthy’s ‘Spy’ Dominating Box Office With $35 Million Opening http://t.co/nYxu8EKkqv— Variety (@Variety) 5. Juni 2015
- writer-director Jennifer Kent broke out with well-received horror film The Babadook last year
- she was rumored to have been approached by WB for Wonder Woman, but has chosen Alexis Coe's book Alice + Freda Foreveras her next movie
- the story is about the "budding romantic relationship between two young girls in 1892 Memphis, Tennessee that incited a sensational murder and shocked the nation.”
In 1892, America was obsessed with a teenage murderess, but it wasn’t her crime that shocked the nation—it was her motivation. Nineteen-year-old Alice Mitchell had planned to pass as a man in order to marry her seventeen-year-old fiancée Freda Ward, but when their love letters were discovered, they were forbidden from ever speaking again.
Freda adjusted to this fate with an ease that stunned a heartbroken Alice. Her desperation grew with each unanswered letter—and her father’s razor soon went missing. On January 25, Alice publicly slashed her ex-fiancée’s throat. Her same-sex love was deemed insane by her father that very night, and medical experts agreed: This was a dangerous and incurable perversion. As the courtroom was expanded to accommodate national interest, Alice spent months in jail—including the night that three of her fellow prisoners were lynched (an event which captured the attention of journalist and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells). After a jury of “the finest men in Memphis” declared Alice insane, she was remanded to an asylum, where she died under mysterious circumstances just a few years later.
Alice + Freda Forever recounts this tragic, real-life love story with over 100 illustrated love letters, maps, artifacts, historical documents, newspaper articles, courtroom proceedings, and intimate, domestic scenes—painting a vivid picture of a sadly familiar world.
Nice to see Spielberg and Hanks team up again
Horror has been in a bit of a drought this year but this weekend has the release of 4 horror films that are getting decent and mostly positive reviews. While the Poltergeist remake didn't quite hit the mark, maybe one of these will be a summer hit. Also, the modest hit "It Follows" is also still playing in theatres as well.
Insidious: Chapter 3
Plot: The new chapter in the terrifying horror series is written and directed by franchise co-creator Leigh Whannell. This chilling prequel, set before the haunting of the Lambert family, reveals how gifted psychic Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) reluctantly agrees to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help a teenage girl (Stefanie Scott) who has been targeted by a dangerous supernatural entity.
General Consensus: Chapter 3 isn't as terrifying as the original, although it boasts surprising thematic depth and is enlivened by another fine performance from Lin Shaye.
Plot: New York City newlyweds Jude and Mina have a seemingly perfect relationship. But things take an unsettling turn with the birth of their son. Convinced that the baby must be kept free of all contaminants, Mina develops fanatical obsessions with veganism, cleanliness, and purity that may kill the child unless Jude can stop her. This intense psychological drama suggests that sometimes a parent's love can be the scariest thing of all.
General Consensus: Slow emotional psychological thriller that's worth a watch.
Plot: A documentary-horror film exploring the phenomenon of 'Sleep Paralysis' through the eyes of eight very different people. These people often find themselves trapped between the sleeping and waking worlds, totally unable to move but aware of their surroundings while being subject to frequently disturbing sights and sounds. A strange element to these visions is that despite the fact that they know nothing of one another, many see similar ghostly 'shadow men.' This is one of many reasons many people insist this is more than just a sleep disorder. This documentary digs deep into not only the particulars of these eight people's uncanny experiences, but it also explores their search to understand what they've gone through and how it's changed their lives.
General Consensus: Getting very good reviews. Part documentary, part thriller, The Nightmare works just well enough in both respects to deliver a uniquely disturbing viewing experience.
We Are Still Here
Plot: In the cold, wintery fields of New England, a lonely old house wakes up every thirty years - and demands a sacrifice.
General Consensus: Haunted House film done right.
-Samuel shows us his selfies
-Amy talks about her movie
-Graham shows a picture of Amy lying on the red carpet floor and Kanye looking unimpressed
-Samuel talks about his charity
-Says her business and Jessica's are completely different, only similarity is that they are run by women.
-When asked by Time if she check's out the other ladies' busonesses she fired back by saying how come noone is asking George Clooney about P.Diddy's liquor line.
-Says the media only asks her about the others cause they are all women.
-Says she is offended by the generalizations and that she is supportive of these women's entrepreneurial spirit.
-Says was proud to see Jess on the Forbes cover.
Goop is completely right, they never do this with men when they have similar businesses. Media always trying its best to pit women against each other.
Novak Djokovic saw off a thrilling fightback from Andy Murray to win their French Open semi-final in five sets.
The world number one resumed leading by two sets to one and with the match 3-3 in the fourth after a storm had halted play on Friday evening.
Murray took the fourth set on Saturday's resumption but Djokovic came through 6-3 6-3 5-7 5-7 6-1.
The 28-year-old Serb will face Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka in the final on Sunday.
-Elle King's album "Love Stuff" came out back in February
-her style is inspired by rock, blues, country, and soul
-her music video "Ex's & Oh's" features a lot of hot, almost-naked guys
-Elle: "I think I look old, I don't even get carded anymore."
the clip starts at 8:55
Ed Sheeran: "I'd get someone like really, really hood like Waka Flocka Flame or something like that, just to be there, just pouring alcohol on the floor, staring at people being like 'WHAT' ... I just want the most 'TURNT' limo."
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It's been described as a tale of heroin and cement, set in Britain's underclass in the 90s.
Twelve-year old Urban Grimshaw is Britain's most runaway child, he's even been on TVs Crimewatch. His mother is a junkie and his father might as well be dead. He can't read or write, and he doesn't go to school. His average day is spent sitting around a bonfire with his mates smoking drugs and stealing cars. When he meets his mother's new friend Chop, a 37 year old, disillusioned, ex-social worker also living on society's margins, on one of Leeds roughest estates, the two become firm friends.
But even Chop with his own penchant for drink, drugs and hard living is shocked by the state of Urban's life. After much soul searching he resolves to clean up his own act and save the kid. But as their friendship deepens, Urban introduces him to the Shed Crew the anarchic gang of kids aged between ten and fourteen years who spend their time joy-riding, thieving, and engaging in drugs and sex. It is only then that we see exactly how long the road to civilization really is.
When ex-social worker Bernard Hare turned his startling experiences with a group of young delinquents into a novel it was described as one of the year's most compelling and best selling books. Urban and the Shed Crew is a stunning piece of ethnography described by The Guardian as moving but never sanctimonious, another City of God, this time for Britain rather than Brazil.
It looks sooo good!!!
Catherine Haena Kim
Lesley Ann Warren
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