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    Legion 2x04 "Chapter 12" Season 2 Episode 4 Promo - David is tested. And tested. And tested. Written by Noah Hawley & Nathaniel Halpern; directed by Ellen Kuras.


    Still confused ONTD? I understood this episode a lot more than the last two.

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    Remember that philosophy book Kanye West said he was writing? You'll be able to read it for free because it's going to be written on Twitter.

    The book is called Break the Simulation

    He shared:

    "Oh by the way this is my book that I'm writing in real time. No publisher or publicist will tell me what to put where or how many pages to write. This is not a financial opportunity this is an innate need to be expressive,"

    Go to Kanye's Twitter to read the book

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    Charlize admits to developing depression once she gained upwards of 50 pounds for her new film Tully.

    Charlize apparently didn't eat healthy to gain the weight and felt the impact on her mental state.

    “I just I wanted to feel what this woman felt, and I think that was a way for me to get closer to her and get into that mindset,” she told Entertainment Tonight of gaining the weight. “You know, it was a huge surprise to me. I got hit in the face pretty hard with depression. Yeah, for the first time in my life I was eating so much processed foods and I drank way too much sugar. I was not that fun to be around on this film.”

    “It was fun to go and have breakfast at In-N-Out and have two milkshakes,” she said. “And then after three weeks, it’s not fun anymore. Like, all of a sudden you’re just done eating that amount and then it becomes a job.”

    “I would literally wake up at two in the morning and I’d have a cup of cold macaroni and cheese just next to me,” she said. “I would wake up and I would just eat it…I would just, like, shove it in my throat. It’s hard to maintain that weight.”

    Source: People

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    Nicole Kidman's company Blossom Films is partnering with producer Lynda Obst to adapt Meg Wolitzer's latest novel, "The Female Persuasion." She will also star in the role of Faith Frank, a prominent figure of the women's movement, akin to Gloria Steinem, who inspires a college freshman.


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  • 04/18/18--15:23: Tabloid Cover Wednesday
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    Cary Elwes and Jake Busey have been cast for the third season of Stranger Things. Elwes is playing the mayor of Hawkins and is described as "handsome, slick, and sleazy" whereas Busey is playing a journalist "with questionable morals and a sick sense of humor".


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    Paula Patton‘s new beau is still married to his wife. He's not even legally separated from his wife.
    He has been with his wife for nearly 20 years and they have two kids. He is a real estate agent in Malibu.
    Quittman and Patton met through their kids’ sports activities.
    The now-estranged wife will now start to pursue legal action toward divorce.
    “Patton paints herself as the jilted woman who was left for another woman, but she’s doing the same fucking shit, she’s a hypocrite,”


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    Isabella Rossellini wants to leave the past in the past.

    “I do understand the value for some people to talk about their experiences, but for me, there is no value. The person that raped me — I was 15 or 16, he was a year older than I, why would I dig out this story 48 years later? What if people start to say, ‘No, you have to say the person’s name?’ I don’t know what happened to him. He might be married. He might have children. I am a superstar in Italy. If I said who did this, I would destroy him.”

    “This man hurt me in the context of a culture that we are all trying to change. I don’t think that pinpointing one person and destroying their life because they made a sin in the context of that culture — I don’t have the heart for it.”

    “I’m happy that we are talking about these issues because all women have been harassed, but it was never discussed before. We just lived with it. Even if you didn’t have anything violent happen to you, there was always a way for a man to belittle you. This is changing, I think. Men have to see they can’t behave in these ways.”


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    When Michael Calls (1972)

    About: Helen keeps on receiving phone calls from a child, who claims being her nephew Michael - but Michael died 15 years ago! In these calls he scolds on acquaintances, who then die in suspicious accidents. Soon Helen has to fear to be the next victim.

    Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)

    About: An intellectually disabled man is unjustly accused of attacking a young girl. Disguised as a scarecrow, he hides in a cornfield, only to be hunted down and shot. Later, after it is revealed he saved the girl from a vicious dog attack, members of the search posse are killed by a mysterious scarecrow.

    Salem's Lot (1979)

    About: When Ben returns to his hometown to work on his novel, he discovers a series of strange events that lead him to suspect that a vampire is stalking the community. It's something to do with the mysterious antique dealer, Mr. Straker.

    IT (1990)

    About: In 1960, a group of social outcasts who are bullied by a gang of greasers led by Henry Bowers are also tormented by an evil demon who can shape-shift into a clown and feed on children's fears and kill them. After defeating the demonic clown as kids, it resurfaces 30 years later and they must finish it off as adults once again.

    Ghostwatch (1992)

    About: The BBC gives over a whole evening to an 'investigation into the supernatural'. Four respected presenters and a camera crew attempt to discover the truth behind 'The most haunted house in Britain', expecting a light-hearted scare or two and probably the uncovering of a hoax. They think they are in control of the situation. They think they are safe. The viewers settle down and decide to watch 'for a laugh'. Ninety minutes later the BBC, and the country, was changed, and the consequences are still felt today.


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    This week sees the arrival of I Feel Pretty, Super Troopers 2 (because 4/20, do you get it?!?), and Traffik in wide release. But this post is for the little guys - the movies that make your friends say "Why do you want to see that? I never heard of it".

    Note that the movies listed are in their first week of limited release, so it may take them a few more weeks to show up in your local arthouse theater. Check out the posts from the past couple of weeks for more movies that may have just opened near you: Releases from April 13 + Releases from April 6

    The Devil and Father Amorth

    Stars: Father Gabriele Amorth
    Director: William Friedkin (The Exorcist)
    Genre: Documentary
    Plot: Father Gabriele Amorth performs his ninth exorcism on an Italian woman.
    What you should know: The director of The Exorcist decided he wanted to see an actual exorcism. Does anyone's head do a full 360? You'll have to watch to find out.

    Godard Mon Amour

    Stars: Louis Garrel, Stacy Martin, Bérénice Bejo, Micha Lescot
    Director: Micheal Hazanavicius (The Artist)
    Genre: Biography, Comedy, Drama
    Plot: Paris 1967. Jean-Luc Godard, the leading filmmaker of his generation, is shooting La Chinoise with the woman he loves, Anne Wiazemsky, 20 years his junior. They are happy, attractive, in love. They marry. But the film's reception unleashes a profound self-examination. The events of May '68 will amplify this process, and the crisis that shakes the filmmaker. Deep-rooted conflicts and misunderstandings will change him irrevocably. Revolutionary, off-the-wall, destructive, brilliant, he will pursue his choices and his beliefs to the breaking point.
    What you should know: Originally titled Le Redoutable, the film premiered at Cannes 2017 and was nominated for the Palme d'Or. Jean-Luc Godard called the film a "stupid, stupid idea".

    Corbin Nash

    Stars: Corey Feldman, Malcolm McDowell, Bruce Davison, Rutger Hauer
    Director: Ben Jagger (The Paddy Lincoln Gang)
    Genre: Action, Horror, Thriller
    Plot: Set in a bloodthirsty Los Angeles, one rogue detective's obsessive search for the truth behind his parents' murders leads him to confront a monstrous duo of Queeny and Vince who drag him into a hellish nightmare he was never prepared for. Lost to an underworld of horrors dating back to the dawn of time, he soon discovers that he is actually the last surviving member of the Nash family, a historic clan of demon hunters. As he is forced to acknowledge a foreboding destiny, he is attacked and brutally left for dead, only to be recovered by Macy, a pure soul who is led by the mysterious Blind Prophet. At last, Detective Nash is reborn the ultimate killer. Seeking vengeance he wages a violent war on the Beasts that roam the darkness of this world, finally embracing his true legacy - CORBIN NASH, Demon Hunter.
    What you should know: It's rated TV-MA(?) but also has a (very limited) theatrical release.

    Little Pink House

    Stars: Catherine Keener, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Callum Keith Rennie, Miranda Frigon
    Director: Courtney Balaker
    Genre: Drama
    Plot: A small-town nurse named Susette Kelo emerges as the reluctant leader of her working-class neighbors in their struggle to save their homes from political and corporate interests bent on seizing the land and handing it over to Pfizer Corporation.
    What you should know: This is Courtney Balaker's first feature film. It won a couple of awards at last year's Santa Barbara International Film Festival and several other small film festivals, and is based on a true story.


    Stars: Tate Ellington, Tara Summers, Victoria Clark, Harris Yulin
    Director: Josh Klausner (The 4th Floor)
    Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Musical
    Plot: Seeking an escape from his isolated life in New York City, Alex accepts a mysterious invitation to house sit a picturesque 'Enchanted Cottage' on Long Island. There he ends up lost on a surreal musical all-night odyssey of misadventures.
    What you should know: It's also available via VOD.

    Love & Bananas

    Stars: Ashley Bell, Noi Na, Lek Chailert
    Director: Ashley Bell
    Genre: Documentary, Action, Adventure
    Plot: A heartwarming and hopeful story about a team of elephant rescuers, led by world renowned Asian elephant conservationist Lek Chailert, as they embark on a daring 48-hour mission 500 miles across Thailand to rescue a 70-year old captive blind Asian elephant and bring her to freedom. The touching story exposes the plight of Asian elephants and the people who work tirelessly to save them.
    What you should know: This is actress Ashley Bell's directorial debut. She has starred in films such as Novitiate and The Last Exorcism.

    Some weeks are better than others for indie film releases. Feel free to talk about any movies you're planning to see or have seen recently!

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    In her interview with GQ, the trap Selena revealed she's a huge American history nerd and that her favourite president is Franklin D Roosevelt because despite suffering polio during his presidency he helped the US get over depression and created social security.
    Senator Sander's thanked her for bringing attention to the importance of social security. No word yet on whether he agrees on her stance on police and food stamps reform.

    In 2016 she endorsed Sander's urging her fans to him

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    SKAM Austin has finally begun and drops will begin daily starting Tuesday, 4/24 at 3:40pm CST available only on Facebook Watch.

    Watch the trailer here:

    Official Instagram pages for the characters are already available and have been listened on the official Facebook page for SKAM Austin

    It is very likely a close Americanized remake of the original Norwegian SKAM. Character speculation so far:

    New NRKP3 Series Blank Introduced

    A new Norwegian series which follows the SKAM 'live/social media' format is the Blank which has introduced entirely new characters (such as the main character Ella) and plot lines. 

    You can watch Blank here.

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    i'm excited for blank because it's fresh and new but... skam austin... forgive me for being a pessimist but i don't know what to say lmao, what do y'all think?

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    - "Getaway Car" is rumoured to be the fifth single of reputation as it received an emoji pack on her app like the rest of her singles
    - The song is supposedly about her brief fling with Tom Hiddleston
    - Swift's other singles from the album and their peaks on the Billboard Hot 100 have been: Look What You Made Me Do(No. 1), ...Ready for It (No. 4), End Game (No. 18), and Delicate (No. 46)
    -Listen Below:

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  • 04/18/18--16:51: Pink Is the Coolest Mom Ever

  • -Pink is officially People's "Most Beautiful Woman in the World" 2018.

    -She was photographed with her two children, Willow, 6, and Jameson, 1.

    -"The thing about parenting is you never know if anything you're doing is working. That's been the most humbling thing for me."

    -Source has her most cool mom moments in a poll.


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    Timothy Olyphant (who should have been Cable in Deadpool 2) pretends he's in character and criticises Jim Carrey's Netflix documentary.

    He talks about his scene from Avengers: Infinity War that didn't make it into the movie.


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    Normani Kordei stopped by HOT 97 to talk to Nessa! They talked about Fifth Harmony going on hiatus and if they'll get back together, Kehlani kissing Demi Lovato, new music and if she would be in a relationship with Khalid.

    Speaking to Nessa, Normani revealed all. "She looks at me she says 'oh my gosh, I've been waiting so long to meet you'. I was like 'ever since I was a little girl, I've looked up to you. Especially me being an African American female in the industry. You make me feel like I can do absolutely anything and she was like 'I'm so proud of you, I'm so proud of you'."

    She then said: "She was just like 'you keep doing your thing. I'm really proud of you. I'm watching you.'"


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    Comedian Ali Wong is the mother of two under 2, and she told Ellen her favorite mantra about motherhood: she has suffered enough! Ali’s new Netflix standup special, "Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife," debuts on Mother's Day, May 13.


    Have you suffered enough, ONTD?

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    • Idris Elba will be playing a struggling DJ in the half-hour Netflix comedy Turn Up Charlie.

    • Elba's Charlie will be an eternal bachelor who becomes a manny to his famous friend's "problem child" daughter.

    • Elba created the series and will also executive produce.

    • He actually started his career as a DJ, and has done a few DJ gigs recently.

    • The show received a straight to series order of eight episodes.


    ONTD, do you keep your fans on their toes by making unexpected career choices?

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    -The 40-year anniversary of The Cure's debut album, Three Imaginary Boys, is approaching
    -Robert Smith said, "If I don’t have something out new that year, that’s it for me. I don’t think The Cure will ever release another album."
    -He wondered if the band should do a massive tour or go back to where they started from
    -Being a curator for London's Meltdown Festival made him excited to write new music, and he booked studio time for the band


    ONTD, which of your faves will span a 40-year career?

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    The "Boys" songstress has paid homage to icons/iconic things from Britney Spears, Spice Girls, and movie fashion like 1995's Clueless for her Fancy video. Now she's looking to bring back TaTu's 2002 song, "All The THings She Said" and hopes Tay will join her.

    "I'd actually love to do something super emo with her, like t.A.T.u’s “All the Things She Said”—oh my God, that would be amazing."

    "I'm really excited to be around all this female energy," she said. "I think it will be so powerful. Both Camila and Taylor are such excellent songwriters, so in a dream world, we would get some studio time too. That would be awesome."

    Queen XcX also stressed the importance of inclusion in the industry. "I love collaborating with people from all different areas of the world, people who have led different lives than me, people who come from different places and have different things to say. I feel like I can learn things from all new people I meet."


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    -An eyewitness saw Brody Jenner spewing his thoughts while he was DJing a Wet Republic pool party this past weekend
    -Brody, who didn't know his own half-sister was pregnant, has yet to meet Kylie's baby, but wants to
    -Another member of the Jenner-ation is about to join the world: His fiancee Kaitlynn Carter is pregnant


    I didn't realize he was about to be a daddy!

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    PRETTYMUCH just posted a teaser for their next single "Hello" off of Nutrition Facts EP PRETTYMUCH an EP coming tomorrow, and it includes an email to Tony the Tiger? Is the soup can actually back in art, in a forward Warholian expedition?

    In other social media posts it seems like they're being endorsed by them:

    ONTD do you think they're trying to lure in the furry crowd?

    Would you ever use an iconic cereal character to help promote your single?

    Source: 1234

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    PAPER Magazine's "Transformation" issue has generated considerable buzz as the launchpad of a newly understated Christina Aguilera, but its most important feature may be one you haven't read. In "Perpetual Transition," Brian Belovitch (previously known as 1980s New York transgender nightlife fixture Natalia "Tish" Gervais) opens up to genderqueer writer-activist Jacob Tobia about their journey "from man to woman and back again," a complicated experience that will be further chronicled in their upcoming memoir 'Trans Figured: My Journey from Boy to Girl to Woman to Man.'

    An effeminate child, Brian Belovitch fled from their stifling Rhode Island home to New York City at 17 years old. Upon arriving, they found a gay community in which "you had to pick a lane," telling Tobia, "Either you were a butch queen and you looked like Cheyenne Jackson or Matt Bomer or you were in the other lane: You were a drag queen or [got a] sex change. It was very lonely and confusing to be in the middle of all of that. You were really herded into those roles."

    Belovitch saw no point in attempting to butch themselves up, so after a period of gender-bending they resigned themselves to the overwhelming sense that transitioning and living as a woman was their best, safest bet. They claimed that they never felt that they were a woman, but that their femininity dictated that they were not a man: "Transitioning became a way to survive in the world. When I made that decision to transition, I thought 'I'm gonna go undercover. I'm gonna go stealth. No one's gonna ever know so they can't hurt me. So they can't make fun of me. It'll be harder for them to pick me off or exclude me.'"

    Brian became Natalia "Tish" Gervais and managed to pass as a woman by day while being an openly trans fixture of the downtown scene and icon in their own right by night - "'The Bombshell of Rock n' Roll,' or 'The Girl with Something Extra.'"A home movie shot in Manhattan's East Village at the height of Tish's fame sees them roaming the streets with seemingly uncomplicated ease, grabbing a bite to eat at a bodega and pointing themselves out in the pages of Vanity Fair and Details.

    Unfortunately, it was not built to last. After briefly leaving New York for what would prove to be a failed marriage to a soldier, Tish returned to find a city transformed: "There was always this underlying misogynistic, sexist view of me back then, which was devastating. I call it the 'Marilyn Monroe Syndrome,'" Belovitch told Tobia. Trans entertainers were not taken seriously outside of the club, and finding office jobs impossible to retain Tish turned to sex work, eventually testing HIV-positive.

    Belovitch says that witnessing the treatment of gay men during the height of the AIDS crisis was the catalyst for their decision to "retransition," but that ultimately they never felt tethered to one gender or the other. "I never felt like, 'Oh I'm in the wrong body,' or felt like a girl, even when I was presenting as a trans woman. My idea of what a woman was or how a woman or a girl was supposed to feel was taught to me, something that I learned by observation or by other people's opinions or ideas about how they thought I should be."

    Tish went back to being Brian, ceasing hormone treatment and having their breasts removed - a decision that was met with no small amount of flack from the NYC trans community. "I got a lot of flack in the beginning from my friends in the community. It was very painful. I felt kicked out of the tribe. Some of my good friends reacted badly, and I can understand why, because I'm sure they felt it was threatening." Belovitch also feared what would greet them in the mirror upon retransitioning, having grown accustomed to the glamorous, bombshell figure of Tish.

    Belovitch's story is reflective of a reality of a small portion of the trans community that is viewed by many activists as a "complication to the narrative" they have worked to build. As Tobia explains:

    "As trans people, we've tried to make it easy for cis folks. In order to argue that we should have access to trans-affirming medical care, in order to have our breasts removed or augmented, in order to get the hormones that we need, we've adopted an oversimplified narrative about what transition means: Transition is always medical. Transition is a one-time, irreversible, life-saving expense. Transition is a permanent affirmation of someone's gender identity.

    "But like all things human, transitioning is messier and more nuanced than we often let on. Some trans people transition only 'partially,' taking hormones but not having any surgery. Some trans people transition 'all the way,' receiving hormone therapy and pursuing multiple surgeries. Other trans people — people like myself — transition only socially: dressing differently, acting differently, embracing a different gender presentation in the world without necessarily changing our bodies. And some trans people, people like Brian Belovitch, medically transition, live for years in that body and transition once again."

    In truth, very little data exists to shed substantial light on retransition rates for transmen and -women. One Swedish study that examined transgender individuals from 1960-2010 found that only 2.2% of subjects sought to reverse their transitional procedures. Nevertheless, these individuals exist, and their experiences of transitioning (and "retransitioning") are no less valid than those of the men and women for whom it is a "one-time" deal.

    Today, Belovitch lives as a gay man, but tells Tobia that it is because of their age and "general tiredness" that they are not assertive about not feeling comfortable with cis male pronouns: "I'm too old to switch, so I just sort of go with what's simple: I'm gay, I'm a cis male for simplicity. But I feel strongly that gender is so nonbinary. It's so much more fluid, so much more than just that."

    Sources: PAPER (NSFW), YouTube

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    - As we celebrated a legend's birthday yesterday, people are feeling some type of way about noted vegetarian Victoria Beckham's Instagram post of her adorable daughter Harper cutting a #vegan friendly watermelon cake - consisting of literally just a block of watermelon with berries on it, topped with a candle.

    -Fans had some thoughts in her comment section:
    "Most miserable cake I’ve ever seen eat some cake please.”
    “Can you imagine the let-down you'd feel?”

    - I don't see the fuss if she wants to save calories by avoiding carbs and frosting from a normal cake, but maybe you guys do

    ONTD what food substitutes are you incorporating into your lifestyle to be a skinnTy legend like Posh?