Westworld creators will be live on FB tomorrow

Post mortem post/ reaction post/viewing post for my west coast peeps?



Mark Wahlberg thinks celebrities are ‘out of touch’ and shouldn’t talk politics

In a interview with Task & Purpose (a news and culture publication for the next generation of great American veterans) for his new movie “Patriots Day” (opens up on December 21st), Mark shares his thoughts about celebs speaking on politics and about his movie. Some excerpts from the interview:

- On celebrities talking about politics: “A lot of celebrities did, do, and shouldn’t, you know, it just goes to show you that people aren’t listening to that anyway,” he continued. “They might buy your CD or watch your movie, but you don’t put food on their table. You don’t pay their bills. A lot of Hollywood is living in a bubble. They’re pretty out of touch with the common person, the everyday guy out there providing for their family. Me, I’m very aware of the real world. I come from the real world and I exist in the real world. And although I can navigate Hollywood and I love the business and the opportunities it’s afforded me, I also understand what it’s like not to have all that.”

- On how the audience will react to the film: “I definitely think the film is going to bring people together, it will give people an added boost and a reminder of what a great country we do have and how amazing people are. People really dedicated their lives to serving our country and our communities, and we need to honor that. The overall purpose of police and military is protect us. It’s an amazing thing, and every chance I get I want to thank them for their service.”

- On his relationship with the police now then in the past: “Look, when I was doing the wrong thing, I certainly didn’t like the police, but I like the relationship that I have with them now. I also know that I’m doing the right thing.”

- On what he thinks about Donald Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering into the country: “I have a lot of Muslim friends who are really amazing people, so anything like that is just completely absurd and unacceptable to me. I’m a devout Catholic. I have a lot of Jewish friends. I’ve got a lot of friends from all over the world. And I think a lot of good people have been mistreated for a long time and we need to fix that.”


Steven Tyler engaged to girlfriend Aimee

- Steven Tyler (68) and girlfriend Aimee Ann Preston (28) are now engaged
- In 2012, Aimee started working as Steven's assistant in Los Angeles
- In the past, Aimee has been an assistant to Victoria Beckham and a personal assistant for Trump Organization


Shameless 7x11 Promo & Clips - "Happily Ever After"

Frank and Monica have an interesting proposal for the kids. Lip buckles under pressure from Debbie to get his sobriety under control. Meanwhile, Fiona sees a business opportunity as Kev and V attempt to start a new chapter.

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A Little Mix reality show/documentary may be on its way

  • Syco Music is offering an intimate look into the lives of Little Mix as they're set to have their own tell and show all TV documentary about their loves, lives and music as they tour the US and Europe, and then head home in 2017.

  • Little Mix's team is currently working on the project and it's looking to land a deal with UK broadcasters.

  • Because it will be a fly-on-the-wall kind of show, no subjects will be off the record, and the girls have all committed to letting cameras follow them 24/7.

  • Jesy says that they're still in talks, but that they would love to do a documentary because they feel people don't really know them or their personalities, even though they know their songs and have seen them perform. Also, because they're going to be on tour for a whole year, they would like to be followed on this journey.

  • Leigh says that even though they're on board with the idea right now, maybe once they're actually doing it they're going to tell everyone to leave them alone.

  • Leigh also confessed that there's always drama in their lives, so this will be the first time people actually see what happens behind the scenes regarding their personal lives, their love lives and their careers, and how they react when confronted with problems.

  • A source at Syco Music said that the documentary plans are currently for a run of around four parts based around their tour next year, rather than a one-off, but it could also be styled like the One Direction film from their tour.


ONTD, what's your favorite reality show or documentary about musicians? I really liked the Katy Perry one.