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    • One of the most hyped episodes of the season is a parody of the making of the Company cast album. It stars John Mulaney, Taran Killam, Alex Brightman, Paula Pell, and Renée Elise Goldsberry.

    • Owen Wilson and Michael Keaton will star in a parody of Wild Wild Country, while Michael C. Hall and Bobby Moynihan will spoof A League of Ordinary Gentlemen. Cate Blanchett anchors her own episode where she will play a Marina Abramović-esque performance artist.

    • Fred Armisen is expected to appear regularly throughout the season but his fellow co-creator Bill Hader will probably sit most of the season out thanks to his busy schedule.

    • The new season of the show premieres February 20 on IFC.


    odds on season 4 of this show featuring a 'three identical strangers' episode?

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    Universal had the anticipated sequel set to release on Valentine's Day, but Feb 14th is also the one year anniversary of the Parkland shooting in Florida.

    "When Universal Pictures became aware last week that the one-year anniversary of the tragic events in Parkland, Florida fell on the Happy Death Day 2U release date, the studio spoke with victim advocates and immediately began the process of changing the release date of the film. Following discussions with its partners in exhibition, Universal will move the North American release date to February 13."

    The Parkland survivors became media sensations for their brave activism and constant dunking on shit politicians early last year. The March for Our Lives event was a huge success and spawned many other sister marches across the globe.



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    Original white guy with guitar John Mayer graces the pages of GQ Magazine for the month of February. Mayer attempts to serve looks and give his best fashion advice. “The year 2019 is the year of coziness. Of waving your freak flag high. Ladies and gentlemen, the haters have revealed themselves to be ultimately ineffective. You are free to wear what you please, to sing what you like, and to see what else you can get away with. The only consequence of failure in fashion is that you shrug it off, have a laugh, dig up some more inspiration, and try again tomorrow,” writes a very deep and inspirational Mayer.

    Read more of his...thoughts on fashion at the source.


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    Airing March 20, Riverdale will be dusting off those autotune machines as the cast sings along to Heathers the musical thanks to Cheryl suggesting it to director Kevin. And apparently the local cult is to thank for sponsoring the production.

    “Last year, we had a blast doing Carrie. This year, we wanted to honor another iconic teen movie. Heathers: The Musical is BIG FUN, with great roles for the Riverdale kids. And everyone is singing..." said executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

    The cast list is pictured above but the main roles are:

    Cheryl Blossom as Heather Chandler
    Veronica Lodge as Heather McNamara
    Betty Cooper as Heather Duke
    Josie McCoy as Veronica Sawyer
    Sweet Pea as J.D.


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    Steve-O is no stranger to drugs, he recalls having his first drink around age 8.
    His parents, who introduced him to alcohol, would allow him to drink on New Year’s Eve.
    One day he went to Everything’s house to buy drugs. He found Everything, who also used drugs, passed out.
    Everything, the drug dealer was known to inject himself with cocaine, often resulting in blood splatter on the walls.

    “I went over to the table to scrape up a pile of cocaine to snort it, but as I had sat down looking at it, there was, of course, blood had been squirted. You could see, like, the little tiny little blood splatter on the residue. This is how desperate and pathetic my addiction was, that I sat there, like, knowingly scraping up this tainted, like, blood cocaine and I sat there and snorted it, which is so f—-d up."

    “I snorted the blood of an intravenous drug user. At that point, I had already been through … I had HIV tests so many times. Over and over. It’s like all these years later. I just don’t have it.”


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    Marie Claire Magazine compiled a list of the SEXIEST OSCAR DRESSES

    Celebrities, with the help of stylists, have managed to strike the right balance between sexy and elegant.

    Here are five of them.

    Taraji P. Henson, 2018

    Charlize Theron, 2016

    Cameron Diaz, 2000

    Jennifer Aniston, 2015

    Hilary Swank, 2005

    The rest at the source

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    Continuing the long award show trend of not making sense, why is this still so damn early, the Oscar nominations start (as yes, they will still be separated halfway through) this Tuesday at 5:20 AM for our Pacific viewers on the West coast.

    The nominations will be announced by Kumail Nanjiani ("The Big Sick") and Tracee Ellis Ross ("Black-ish").

    The Oscars, hosted by no one, are Feb. 24th, 2018.


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    ONTD fav Tyler Hoechlin's bodybuilder biopic, "BIGGER", was released this week on various platforms. The film had a limited theatrical release late last year, so now everyone can see it! Support your thirst traps and their work!


    In other news, Tyler was on ABC's "Match Game" last week.


    This week, Tyler also participated in a celebrity charity softball game in California.
    *click for bigger photos*


    And finally, here's a gif of Tyler riding a mechanical bull from New Years, just 'cause.

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    Frank Ocean, Kid Cudi, Timothée Chalamet and Naomi Campbell were among the celebs that attended Virgil Abloh's Louis Vuitton Menswear Fall/Winter '19 show in Paris today.

    Click the cut for the show and more pics.

    The show

    Timothée Chalamet and Frank Ocean

    Timothée Chalamet

    Kris Wu and Virgil Abloh

    Kris Wu

    Naomi Campbell

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    Kid Cudi with Virgil Abloh

    Kid Cudi

    J Balvin

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    The queen of Hollywood turns 97 today, and lots of celebrities gave her the respect she DESERVES on Twitter today.

    Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    Notice how much emphasis I put on the BIRTHDAY shit so that people wouldn't be assuming this post was something else #ontddoesntread

    Talk about how much you love Betty here.

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    Rihanna is poised to be the next luxury fashion label.

    The singer has been in discussions to launch her own luxury fashion house under the LVMH umbrella - which currently houses brands like Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy and Hermés.

    LVMH has already handpicked employees from Louis Vuitton and Celine to work on the project with Rihanna.

    No further details have been announced or confirmed, but this a monumental milestone for the star, who has already achieved massive success through her beauty and lingerie collections, as well as her collaboration with Puma. Her brand would be the first line LVMH has launched from scratch since Christian Lacroix in 1987.


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    Glass, the sequel to M. Night Shyamalan's 2016 film Split being released this weekend, doesn't face any competetion from major studio releases, but the indie slate is pretty full. If none of these float your boat (and since it's January, that's pretty likely), check your local listings for end of 2018 films you may have missed, like Mary, Queen of Scots,If Beale Street Could Talk, and On the Basis of Sex.

    The films listed are from studios other than the “Big Six” - Paramount, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, Universal, Columbia and Disney. Note that some of the movies listed are in their first week or two of limited release in the USA, so it may take them a few more weeks (or months) to show up in your local arthouse theater or on VOD. Check out the posts from the past few weeks for more movies that may have just opened near you: January 11th, January 4th, December 28th.

    Dragon Ball Super: Broly

    Stars: Sean Schemmel, Christopher Sabat, Chris Ayres, Vic Mignogna
    Writer: Akira Toriyama
    Director: Tatsuya Nagmine
    Genre: Animation, Action, Fantasy
    Plot: Goku and Vegeta encounter Broly, a Saiyan warrior unlike any fighter they've faced before.
    What you should know: You might not think of this as an indie, which is perfectly understandable. But since it wasn’t released by a major studio, it makes the cut for the purposes of this post. Also of note: it made 7 million dollars last night.
    Opens in: Wide release

    The Heiresses

    Stars: Ana Brun, Margarita Irun, Ana Ivanova, Nilda Gonzalez
    Writer/Director: Marcelo Martinessi
    Genre: Drama
    Plot: Chela and Chiquita, both descended from wealthy families in Asunción, Paraguay, have been together for over 30 years. But recently their financial situation has worsened and they begin selling off their inherited possessions. But when their debts lead to Chiquita being imprisoned on fraud charges, Chela is forced to face a new reality.
    What you should know: This is Paraguay's official Oscar entry in the Foreign Language Film category.
    Opens in: NYC

    Adult Life Skills

    Stars: Jodie Whittaker, Lorraine Ashbourne, Brett Goldstein, Rachael Deering
    Writer/Director: Rachel Tunnard
    Genre: Comedy
    Plot: Anna is a little different. She lives in her mother's shed and spends much of her time privately making videos using her thumbs as actors. As her thirtieth birthday approaches, her mum tells her it's time to move out.
    What you should know: It won in a couple of categories at the 2016 British Independent Film Awards.
    Opens in: Select cities

    Don’t Come Back from the Moon

    Stars: James Franco, Rashida Jones, Jeffrey Wahlberg, Alyssa Elle Steinacker
    Writer: Dean Bakopoulous, Bruce Thierry Cheung
    Director: Bruce Thierry Cheung
    Genre: Drama
    Plot: Fathers in a small California desert town abandon their children one by one leaving behind a wake of anger and crime as their sons and daughters come of age.
    What you should know: This made the festival rounds in 2017.
    Opens in: Select cities

    The Standoff at Sparrow Creek

    Stars: James Badge Dale, Brian Geraghty, Patrick Fischler, Happy Anderson
    Writer/Director: Henry Dunham
    Genre: Drama
    Plot: A former cop-turned-militia man investigates a shooting at a police funeral.
    What you should know: This is Henry Dunham’s directorial debut, and the reviews are pretty good overall.
    Opens in: Select cities; also available digitally.

    All These Small Moments

    Stars: Molly Ringwald, Jemima Kirke, Harley Quinn Smith, Brian d’Arcy James
    Writer/Director: Melissa Miller Costanzo
    Genre: Drama
    Plot: A teenage boy's infatuation with a woman he sees on the bus further complicates his already tumultuous adolescence.
    What you should know: There are a couple of nepotism castings in this one - Sam McCarthy, son of Andrew McCarthy, and Harley Quinn Smith, daughter of Kevin Smith.
    Opens in: Select cities

    Canal Street

    Stars: Michael Beach, Lance Reddick, Jon Seda, Will Yun Lee
    Writer: Adam Key, Jon Knitter, Rhyan LaMarr
    Director: Rhyan LaMarr
    Genre: Drama, Thriller
    Plot: After being arrested for the murder of a white classmate, a young black man's father fights in court for his son's vindication. Against all odds, they embrace their undying trust in each other and find faith in God.
    What you should know: Star Michael Beach also appears in If Beale Street Could Talk, which is also in theaters now.
    Opens in: Select cities

    Split Lip

    Stars: Maryam Cné, Mackenzie Coffman, Dorée Seay, David Alan Graf
    Writer/Director: Christopher Sheffield
    Genre: Action
    Plot: Burned by her organization and hunted by her mentor, a brutal killer with an icy exterior goes on a treacherous journey to correct the tragic mistake that made her a target, befriending a kind stranger and facing her darkest path, but is she fighting to save a life? Or have her killer instincts gone too far?
    Opens in: Select cities


    Stars: Christina Hendricks, Alysia Reiner, David Alan Basche, Anna Camp
    Writer: Risa Mickenberg
    Director: Marianna Palka
    Genre: Comedy
    Plot: When conceptual artist Tina introduces her eight-month pregnant art school rival to her non-traditional surrogate Kiki, the truth outs and the patriarchy fights to hang on.
    What you should know: Director Marianna Palka is a regular on GLOW.
    Opens in: Select cities

    What is Democracy?

    Director: Astra Taylor
    Genre: Documentary
    Storyline: Featuring a diverse cast - including celebrated theorists, trauma surgeons, activists, factory workers, asylum seekers, and former prime ministers - this urgent film connects the past and the present, the emotional and the intellectual, the personal and the political, in order to provoke and inspire. If we want to live in democracy, we must first ask what the word even means.
    What you should know: This is Taylor’s first film in ten years.
    Opens in: Select cities

    Also opening: The Last Man (Trailer), I Hate Kids (Trailer), An Acceptable Loss (Trailer), Who Will Write Our History (Trailer), The Brawler (Trailer)

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    What have you been watching recently, ONTD? Plan to see anything this weekend?

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    Whew!!!!! Okay, so last year Elon Musk decided to impress his new girlfriend, c/Grimes/ Claire when she taught him the meaning of the term 420. Elon Musty who thought this hilarious decided to tweet out that he was going to take Tesla from a public company to private one and joke about the shares being $420 a pop. The SEC did not take too kindly to Musk's tweet as this tempts shareholders to short sell their stock. The SEC charged him with fraud and to avoid time in the pokey, Musk paid a fine of $20 million and was forced to step down as Tesla chairman.

    But the investors ain't done as they have subpoenaed wholesale chicken supplier and former rapper Azealia Banks and her (former?) friend Grimes to produce their back and forth text messages and other evidence that can be used against Musty. Tesla investors are suing Musk about the misleading tweet costing shareholders millions of bucks. Grimes is thought to be the last person Musty spoke with before sending the now deleted tweet while Banks was trying to sell soaps in their driveway.


    OP's mood: Channing Tatum's infamous email

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    Netflix has been criticized by the Mayor of Lac-Mégantic, a Canadian town that was the centre of a freight train derailment that destroyed half the town's downtown area and killed 47 people in 2013.

    Real footage from the disaster was used in a Netflix television series called Travelers, as well as in the recent hit movie Bird Box, which stars Sandra Bullock and was viewed by over 45 million people.

    Producers of the film said that they bought rights to the footage from a stock footage company.

    Netflix says they will not be removing nor replacing the footage in Bird Box despite the outcry from Lac-Mégantic residents.

    Thoughts on using footage of real tragedies for entertainment, ONTD? Is it fair game or does it cross a line?


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    Rita and Jimmy were playing a game where they had to read a word of the card and sing the word to the tune of a pop song.

    Professional musical artist Rita Ora's first word was "tuba".

    She stared confusedly at the card for a few seconds and announced that she doesn't even know what the word means.

    She also performed her hit song "Let You Love Me".

    ONTD, do you know what a tuba is?

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    Danielle Bregoli, who goes by Bhad Bhabie, kicked off 2019 by getting veneers.

    The 15-year-old rapper went to cosmetic dentist Aamir Wahab in Beverly Hills, who installed $40,000 porcelain veneers on her.

    In a TMZ video making the rounds on social media today, people are alarmed by how unnatural the new teeth look on the teenager:


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    I can't fit the word ~~allegedly~~ in the title because it's already too damn long, but apparently Cate Blanchett's upcoming movie 'Where’d You Go, Bernadette' has been pushed to an August 9 release from its original March 22 opening.

    Why, you ask? Meghan Ellison in her infinite wisdom and decades of studio work and her team at Annapurna Pictures gave this reason:

    August has served well as a launching pad for release of female-skewing films such as “Crazy Rich Asians,” “Florence Foster Jenkins” and “Julie and Julia.”

    Also it's apparently a good change of pace from all the summer blockbusters and action movies??? It should be noted it'll now be going up against Disney's 'Artemis Fowl' adaptation so... dunno where the logic is there.

    Y'all ready to see this uber quirkfest from Richard Linklater which will only be in very select theaters in late summer anyway?


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  • 01/17/19--18:21: Supernatural 14x11 promo

  • Dean spends some bonding time with Mary and Donna. Nick finally finds the answer he has been searching for. Sam is left to make an unimaginable choice.


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    Drew Barrymore
    OK! Magazine says Barrymore is a consistent tipper. She’s known to tip 100% on her restaurant bills quite regularly. Very generous Drew!

    The “Kiss It Better” singer made a waiter’s night when she tipped him $200 on a $80 bill. With all that Fenty Beauty money rolling in, why not? Where is the album tho?

    Taylor Swift
    Dive bar on the East Side where you at? Swift not only tips her servers with cash, but she’s also given them concert tickets to her shows! In 2013, she gave a $500 tip to a lucky Philadelphia server.

    David Beckham
    Mmm papi! David is known to not only be a generous tipper, but he also makes time to sign autographs and take photos with those who serve him. In 2008, the now retired athlete left a $1000 tip on a $100 bill.

    Amy Schumer
    Sometimes former servers have to look out for one another. That’s why Schumer who was a waitress herself is often generous when eating out. On a $77 bill, she tipped $1,000. Another time, after bonding with another waitress, she gave her $500 on a $50 bill.

    See the entire list at the source.

    ONTD, have you ever tipped above 20% when eating out?


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    The Orville makes First Contact and a new crewmember joins the ship in the all-new “All The World Is Birthday Cake” episode of THE ORVILLE airing Thursday, January 24th on FOX.


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    · After People magazine reported Paris Jackson had checked herself into a mental health facility, Paris broke her month-long social media silence to reassure fans that she is fine and is just taking a break from public life
    · Fans began speculating about Paris' whereabouts toward the end of December, when she appeared to be missing from her family's Christmas trip to Japan
    · Paris didn't really deny that she is seeking treatment and People magazine is sticking to their initial report, publishing new stories about her mental health where they reiterate that they confirmed with a "source" she's in rehab so let's assume the truth is somewhere in the middle


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    · In an interview with Glamour magazine, Drew Barrymore said that because of her addictive personality she won't try plastic surgery, comparing it to heroin and saying she would probably die from it
    · She says that her dermatologist noticed her dark eye circles and offered Juvederm injections so her eyes won't look sunken. Drew declined the offer & says she instead learned to highlight with makeup. She recommends Clear + Brilliant laser treatments as an alternative to plastic surgery
    · She thinks the plastic surgery trend has gone too far & says posting makeup free selfies on Instagram is empowering and aging is a privilege


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    - The Grammys have announced the first wave of performers for the February 10th award show, airing on CBS.
    - Performers will include Cardi B, Camila Cabello, Post Malone, Janelle Monáe, Dan + Shay, Shawn Mendes, and Kacey Musgraves.
    - More TBA


    Are you planning to watch any of these performances, ONTD?

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    Ariana Grande world premieres her second single and music video for “7 rings.” The new single is off of her upcoming fifth studio album, thank u, next via Republic Records. A release date is still TBA.


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    Kevin Hart is in talks to star in a Monopoly live-action movie for Lionsgate.

    He will also produce through his production company.

    Reportedly the plot is about a boy from the game’s Baltic Avenue who sets out to make himself a fortune.

    Lionsgate and Hasbro have been attempting to produce a Monopoly movie since 2015.

    Sources: the Variety tweetTwitter