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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    A contractual agreement from the Sony Leaks in regard to the Spider-Man franchise films was uncovered recently. It outlines the limitations of the character.

    This includes that Peter Parker is the iteration of Spider-Man that must be used in the films, and he is a white heterosexual.

    *any other version would be a breach of contract, which went into effect in 2011, one month after Miles Morales was introduced.

    third time's the charm mods?


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    When were you the most panicked as an actress this season and how did you overcome those fears?

    [snippets from interview]

    Keri Russell
    The Americans (FX)

    "The first thing I think of is that scene when we have to tell our daughter, Paige [Holly Taylor], this incredible truth that's going to change her life forever: We're spies. It felt like such a big moment in the story. My favorite thing about our show is when the spy stuff falls back and it becomes a family or marriage drama. I had to watch this teenager who's in so much pain and realize that, as parents, we're a cause of that because of all these lies. It was complicated on many levels. Holly's a sensitive, graceful creature, so watching her cry, instantly I'm crying and trying to stuff it in. You just want to make sure she's OK. And also, I was a kid actor, which I think is Creep City anyway. It's a complicated way to grow up, and it's not something I think I'd ever let my kids do. So there was that part of me watching her on this tightrope, and my heart was going out to her. As painful as it was, it became easy to shoot because you're just reacting in a human way. The character of Elizabeth can be perceived as a not-great mom, but I feel like in that moment, she was trying to be there for her daughter."

    Vera Farmiga
    Bates Motel (A&E)

    "When was I not panicked? I learned Rachmaninoff's 'Prelude in C-Sharp Minor' on the piano when I was 13, and that was infinitely easier than the torture to my soul that was season three. If I had to pick, it's a tie between two scenes where Norma spills her beans. They're these pivotal truth-telling scenes, the first one with Sheriff Romero [Nestor Carbonell], who confronts Norma about her deceptive behavior. He corners her and she comes out swinging like she's in a bona fide MMA match. The other one was with James [Joshua Leonard]. Norma divulges that her son killed her husband. I always know when my salivary glands stop working that I'm nervous, that there's a big task at hand. That scene left me completely busted. Acting's such an elusive sport. I always start from a personal place and just consider my own children. And music is huge for me. For the James scene, I listened to something — I don't want to say cheesy, because I really like this song, but it was something I'd seen on The Voice. I can't believe I'm going to divulge this. It was Taylor John Williams singing 'Mad World.' For whatever reason, the solemn quality of his voice was really instrumental in that scene. Whatever works, right?"

    Amy Landecker
    Transparent (Amazon)

    "We call it 'Dildo Day.' We got our scripts at the beginning of the year, and I came upon my second love scene with Tammy [Melora Hardin] where I say, 'Get the dick, get the dick, get the dick!' You realize you're going to be saying that out loud over and over again on camera. Then you realize this dick is actually going to be some sort of plastic member because, of course, you're in a lesbian love scene. I'm a pretty experienced human being, but I had no relationship to dildos before this. I remember the prop person coming to set — literally, this is one of the funniest moments of my life — asking me to pick out the dildo that I'd like to have used. I'm laughing, going, 'I don't know!' Like, they always offer, 'What wedding ring do you want? What would you like to drink? What would you like in your coffee?' Now it was like, 'What dildo would you like?' Of course, the one that I pick, to add to the comedy, was already taken by Gaby Hoffmann's character. Like, 'No, that's the giant sparkly one for her scene later in the season.' So I settled on a purple thing I thought might add to the humor of the scene. That's a moment I'll remember the rest of my career. And now people call out to me, 'Get the dick!' That's my catchphrase."

    Kerry Washington
    Scandal (ABC)

    "I felt a little bit out to sea with the kidnapping episode. I had to ask myself: Who is Olivia without all the things that normally define her? None of our usual actors were in the episode. I didn't have my usual wardrobe or office. I didn't have any of the armor that helps me be Olivia. Our writing is so great that you just have to lean into it. I thought, 'Whatever I'm fearing in terms of being in unknown territory, she's experiencing something similar.' It was almost as if Shonda [Rhimes] had dropped in this little feature for me in the middle of a season where I got to be in an entirely different world, yet I was playing someone I have grown to love. Another big moment for me last season was the Ferguson-inspired episode. Olivia went from being a hired fixer for the police to crossing the picket line and being part of the protest. I think in the beginning it was very important for us not to talk a lot about race on the show. Everybody had to be able to identify with Olivia. But we've had a coming-of-age. It was no longer necessary to have Olivia be the everywoman. She could simultaneously be everywoman and a black woman. There's something really special about that."

    Read the rest of the answers at the Source (The Hollywood Reporter). Actresses not quoted here are tagged anyway (those who have tags).

    I love Vera and Keri so much. <333 I don't watch Transparent but I felt I had to include Amy Landecker's answer purely for the dildo mention.

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    AMC has released the first promo for The Walking Dead spin off Fear The Walking Dead. This promo centers on Nick who appears to have been caught mid trick. The show drops in August.

    Region Free

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    According to reports she was headed to Louisiana.

    Check out the packaging of Britney's newest scent Intimate Fantasy

    Hilary Duff on her aspirations of becoming a pop star thanks to B.Spears:

    It's telling how so many of these younger pop stars list her as an inspiration for their careers. #impact

    Precious/Empire Actress Gabby Sidibe longing for that Britney/Xtina collab that never was

    I would have preferred a Britney/Beyonce, Britney/Lady Gaga, Britney/Rihanna collab (a real one) instead tbh.


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    - in the wake of yesterday's shooting, many people, including janelle monae, are rightfully angry that the confederate flag is still flying at full staff at various SC government buildings
    - she calls for it to be taken down, immediately.


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    WILDHEART will be out 6/29 via RCA. Pre-order it here.


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    - caracal will be out on september 25.
    - will also feature collabs with Nao, Lion Babe, and Kwabs.

    🙌 🙌 🙌

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    Sources say she was jumped and attacked by three men on Monday evening. The sources say that those men were previously following her. She didn't confirm these claims.


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    Tim McGraw was released June 19th 2006, and went to No. 40 with a bullet on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 6 on the Hot Country Songs.

    Fave tswift songs from her debut, ontd?

    Source: https://twitter.com/people/status/611976810847444992

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    -Drank some detoxing tea (+personal trainer and dieting)
    -Is down to 116 lbs


    FITNESS POST! Are you beach ready, ONTD? Let's motivate each other. I need it =\

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  • 06/19/15--16:00: Free For All Friday

  • I hope everyone has a GREAT weekend!

    No porn, nudes, spam, fighting, advertising, dickishness, huge browser slowing comments.
    Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

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    Y Tu Mama Tambien

    After watching the new film Dope (which I loved and you should watch), I was browsing Netflix for some good coming of age films. Luckily, Netflix has some of the films available right now. The below films are streaming now on Netflix and definitely worth a watch.

    Blue Is The Warmest Color (2013)

    Plot: Centers on a 15-year-old girl named Adèle (Exarchopoulos) who is climbing to adulthood and dreams of experiencing her first love. A handsome male classmate falls for her hard, but an unsettling erotic reverie upsets the romance before it begins. Adèle imagines that the mysterious, blue-haired girl she encountered in the street slips into her bed and possesses her with an overwhelming pleasure. That blue-haired girl is a confident older art student named Emma (Seydoux), who will soon enter Adèle's life for real, making way for an intense and complicated love story that spans a decade and is touchingly universal in its depiction.

    Stand By Me (1986)

    Plot: Based on the Stephen King short story The Body, Rob Reiner's easygoing nostalgia piece is set in Castle Rock, OR, over Labor Day weekend, 1959. A quartet of boys, inseparable friends all, set out in search of a dead body that one of the boys overhears his brother talking about. The foursome consists of intellectual Gordie (Wil Wheaton), born leader Chris (River Phoenix), emotionally disturbed Teddy (Corey Feldman), and chubby hanger-on Vern (Jerry O'Connell). The boys' adventures en route to the elusive body are colored by the personal pressures brought to bear on all of them by the adult world.

    The Virgin Suicides (2000)

    Plot: On the surface the Lisbons appear to be a healthy, successful 1970s family living in a middle-class Michigan suburb. Mr. Libson is a math teacher, his wife is a rigid religious mother of five attractive teenage daughters who catch the eyes of the neighborhood boys. However, when 13-year-old Cecilia commits suicide, the family spirals downward into a creepy state of isolation and the remaining girls are quarantined from social interaction (particularly from the opposite sex) by their zealously protective mother. But the strategy backfires, their seclusion makes the girls even more intriguing to the obsessed boys who will go to absurd lengths for a taste of the forbidden fruit.

    Y Tu Mama Tambien (2001)

    Plot: Beautiful story with Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal on a trip that has them learning plenty about life, love, sex and each other. And the lessons they learn actually end up involving all of those things at once when they meet the older Luisa (Maribel Verdú) at a family wedding.

    Juice (1992)

    Plot: This coming-of-age film is set in the early ’90s in Harlem and takes us through the lives of four young men, including Roland (Tupac Shakur) and Quincy (Omar Epps). They are eager to grow up fast and have respect (or “the juice”), but end up in situations that are more intense than what they could have possibly imagined.

    Fresh, Clueless, Mean Girls, Heathers, and Girlhood are also streaming now. There are probably more but got lazy.

    Favorite coming of age films?


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    When information about SyFy's newest series Killjoys hit the web many people began to question whether or not there would be any type of love triangle with the three lead character (team leader Dutch and brothers John and D'avin). However, the Killjoys team has made it very clear in recent interviews that this is not the case.

    In a recent interview with Yahoo! showrunner Michelle Lovretta spoke out about the choice. "What I wanted to achieve with Johnny and Dutch was having a platonic relationship," Lovretta told Yahoo! "I don’t mean this disparagingly, because obviously I’ve played in that field, but I get a bit tired of love triangles. I’ve done ‘em and I like ‘em, but I love the idea of a very loyal, stronger-than-anybody-suspects platonic partner. A dude you respect who is awesome, but he’s just part of your team."

    "I’ve done plenty of love triangles on TV shows,"Killjoys star Aaron Ashmore continued. "It’s fine, but it’s really hard to execute well. And if you don’t execute it well, it comes across as soap opera-y in a lot of ways... Here, we’re allowed to bond as a team. We have friction and bump heads, but not over romance."

    Killjoys star Luke Macfarlane also commented on this topic in an interview with Pop Mythology. "I mean, one of the things that I think is so exciting that we see on the show is these two guys – a man and a woman who live and work together and they’re best friends," Macfarlane explained. "It’s not really sexual and it’s not the same old trope that we’ve seen before: “Are they going to sleep together?” It’s like why can’t men and women simply be friends? And I think that’s a really cool thing to see on this show."

    While the characters on Killjoys are undoubtedly a team, it's also clear that Hannah John-Kamen's Dutch is running the show. In the series Dutch is a Level 5 Killjoy (the highest rank that one can achieve) while John and D'avin are Level 3 and Level 4. She's the one calling the shots and is described as a natural leader.

    "When you’re trying to create a strong female character, that often means physical strength..." Lovretta told Yahoo."And Dutch has that. But I didn’t want to put an effort on stressing how many times she saves John and D’avin versus how many times they save her. I just wanted Dutch to be Dutch. She’ll fuck up and make poor choices, but in the end she’s a bit of an island."

    While lead actress Hannah John-Kamen is a big fan of sci-fi she says it was the character and not the genre that drew her to Killjoys.

    "Dutch is such an amazing, complex and layered character," she told Pop Mythology. "...as an actress, that’s the kind of role you want to play."

    &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp - Talks about how the characters of Dutch and D'avin are alpha types while his character John helps keep the team together
    &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp - Talk of romance comes up once more and basically says his character wouldn't have a problem about anyone being with Dutch
    &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp - Talks about being a Trekkie and how if he had to compare to Killjoys to the franchise he'd say it's closest to Deep Space Nine
    &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp - Auditioned for a character in season two of Orphan Black but obviously didn't get it
    &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp - He and his twin brother Shawn would like to work with each other again (most recently was an episode of Fringe but a lot of storylines with twins are cheesy. "Not that there’s anything wrong with The Parent Trap, but as 35-year-old guys it’s not really the thing you’re dying to do"
    &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp - They haven't thought about writing something themselves but would like to sit down with someone and push ideas around (both Aaron and Shawn have previously served as executive producers on other projects)

    Sadly the actual video won't embed so you have to watch at the source or during the premiere tonight.

    Source 1,2, 3, 4 and 5
    The season premiere of Killjoys starts tonight at 9/8 central on SyFy and Space so feel free to discuss if you're tuning in! The warrant is all

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    "The Clara Lionel Foundation, founded by Rihanna in 2012, seeks to improve lives in global communities through in the areas of health, eduction, arts, and culture."

    The side of Rihanna that the media never talks about and people choose to ignore.


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    Basically, Stiles is reprising her role as CIA Operative Nicky Parsons along with Matt Damon as the one and only rogue agent Jason Bourne for the next chapter of the legitimate Bourne series, again directed by Paul Greengrass. The next chapter of the only Bourne series that matters will be released July 29, 2016.

    So there's a chance this dropped revelation will be revisited:


    What random-ass object will Bourne fight with this time, I'm gonna go with a nail clipper.

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    On today's episode of The View, Wh**pi Goldberg called out the almost exclusively white casting by "indie" director Wes Anderson.

    G*ldberg, while interviewing Jason Schwartzman and Adam Scott handed them her resume, saying "I noticed there's not a lot of folks of color and I thought I would like to give you my résumé to give to Wes Anderson just to let him know I'm available."

    Scott dismissed her saying "Can't you just hold up your Oscar and get anything you want?"

    Video at source

    about time for that broken clock 2 get the right time. see you in 12 hours.

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    Niall's deleted tweet via wwadirectory

    Fans report all of them forgot the lyrics except for Niall.

    1dwwalert, 1DInsideReport, 1DAsiaCrew, Lise Andrea Ovesen
    Fans are trending #NiallWeLoveYourVoice

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    -Rebecca Sugar mentions how she wants to break down gender norms in a cartoon show and not simply just make a "boy's show" or "girl's show"
    -The whole inspiration of the show is based off her little brother who has a close resemblance to Steven
    -Sugar set the show up to all be in Steven's point of view, we are learning everything he is learning at the moment including the Gem's shrouded dark history
    -Sugar has an ideal long-term goal but rather focus on addressing new themes for the show

    So what did you all think about Steven Bomb 2.0? (aka Pearl is thirsty af week)

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    Hilary visits The View to chat to the ladies about her new album Breathe In. Breathe Out. also reunites with Raven Symone. Later on in the show she performed Sparks for the audience.

    -Talks Breathe In. Breathe Out.
    -Her bikini photo


    Love seeing these two together!

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