omg so excited, u should be too
What do you think the relationships will look like by the end of season five?
The Wanted's 'Chasing The Sun' will feature in Ice Age 4: Continental Draft, it's been announced.
The band's new single will be used as the title track for the latest installment of the movie, which hits cinemas on 13th July.
In Ice Age 4, Scrat's nutty pursuit of the cursed acorn has world-changing consequences, which sparks the greatest adventure of all time for Manny, Diego and Sid.
'Chasing The Sun' was written and produced by Example, and is due to be released on 20th May.
Meanwhile, this week The Wanted posted a picture of themselves in the studio with Dappy and said they were working on a track with the 'No Regrets' rapper.
The group recently returned to the UK from America where their US single 'Glad You Came' scored a top three hit on the US Billboard Hot 100, and has now sold over two millions copies in the US.
Emily VanCamp graces the cover of Lucky's June issue, on newsstands May 8.
Here’s what the 25-year-old Revenge star had to share with the mag:
On guys: “I’ll tell you one thing I don’t want – a guy who sits around and plays video games and smokes pot … I think women look for that quality in a man of being a good dad whether they’re immediately wanting to be a parent or not. It’s important to me that a man is good at taking care of people.”
On fame: “It’s so great to have all this stuff happen to you. But, you know, to all of a sudden have photographers snapping photos of you, it’s a big change.”
On her insecurities: “I don’t have much of [a butt]. I have a total ballet butt.”
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On a necessity for women: “I think every young woman needs to have one boyfriend who disappoints her, who really breaks her heart.”
Jude Law is happy to grow older as he feels less pressure to land certain movie roles.
The British actor has enjoyed a successful career in Hollywood. His handsome looks have won him a host of admirers, but Jude has no fears about the ageing process.
“I feel more and more at ease, because I think the older I get, the less pressure there is. People say, ‘Well, he’s not cutting edge because he’s not in his twenties, so he’s not expected to be,’” the 39-year-old star told the latest issue of UK magazine GQ.
“I was always more interested in character roles than male leads or heartthrob characters and yet I got cast more in one that the other. I can’t complain.”
While some stars have complained that they struggle to land challenging roles as they get older, Jude has no such worries.
In fact, he believes that entering a new decade in his life will open up new opportunities for him in the movie business.
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“I’m interested and excited about the next ten years of my working life because I think there’s lots I haven’t done and hope to do, and I think ageing will only help that,” he smiled.
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The Vampire Diaries will head into its fourth season, 90210 will return for its fifth and Supernatural will be entering its eighth. TVLine’s Renewal Scorecard has thusly been updated.
Still awaiting official word on their fates at The CW are Gossip Girl, Nikita, The Secret Circle, Ringer and Hart of Dixie.
The Supernatural announcement doesn’t come as a huge surprise. Last month, it was reported that showrunner Sera Gamble would be stepping down to focus on development. Although the show had not yet been renewed for Season 8 at that time, a replacement — former co-producer Jeremy Carver — was already named, a good sign that the series would be back. Producer Todd Aronauer added fuel to the fire this Thursday morning by tweeting, then deleting, word of the show’s renewal.
Supernatural‘s current season wraps up on May 18 and features a cliffhanger ending that leaves two fan faves in a very unexpected place. As for what the future holds, Misha Collins shared with TVLine that he’d like to return as angel Castiel.
“I have told [executive producer] Sera [Gamble] that I would love to come back next season if that is something that works out for everybody’s schedule,” he said. “If it’s in the cards, it would be great. I don’t know yet how things are going to play out.”
Michod will helm and wrote the script which based on an idea he and "Animal Kingdom" star Joel Edgerton originated. David Linde and Liz Watts will produce through Linde's Lava Bear banner and Porchlight Films.
Don’t believe the hype: there isn’t an elaborate series of tunnels under Disneyland (under Disney World, maybe). This Alice was required to come extra early to get into costume without pay, though, and had to stand around by the work clock so she could “clock in” exactly on time. Still, she has some amazing stories about some of the kids she met, so if you enjoy a good cry, scroll through the part about Make-A-Wish!
Emilia Clarke has a certain kind of nubile beauty that’s irresistible to casting directors. She’s one of those child-women who’s all bee-stung lips, broad brow and soft, round visage, a facade of über-innocence that’s always hiding anything but. On an actress like Mila Kunis, a baby face is the alluring mask of a bad girl. But in the case of Game of Thrones star Clarke, it’s the portal to a type of young female character you’ve rarely seen, one whose womanly side isn’t largely expressed by her sexuality but by a solid core of inner strength and authority.
It’s no surprise that fans have been tweeting, blogging, and Facebooking up and down about the representation of women in Game of Thrones. Since it’s first episode debut, George R. R. Martin’s epic fantasy saga has presented its fans with a heavily misogynistic world populated by powerful men and the women trapped in their machinations. Yet for all the plethora of words tossed out there about the gender politics within Game of Thrones, this article is about something very different. I’m talking about the divergence of gender representation in fantasy versus “real world” television for today. For an example of modern “realistic” television, I’m looking at HBO’s new NYC comedy, Girls.
MY SON, BILLY, WOULD ASK, ‘DO YOU HAVE TO BE THE WITCH OR THE QUEEN TOMORROW?’ I THOUGHT, WELL, THAT’S PRETTY MUCH MY LIFE.
—HELENA BONHAM CARTER
Since making her debut in Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Dreamers, Eva Green has played a lot of formidable female characters. From Kingdom of Heaven to Casino Royale to The Golden Compass to her latest film, Dark Shadows, she’s portrayed women who are more than a match for their male counterparts. And in 300: Battle of Artemisia, the follow-up to Zack Snyder’s 2006 blockbuster 300, she continues this streak, playing Artemisia, a character who’s the equal to her co-stars, including on the battlefield.( Collapse )
He Makes Sundays So Sweet (lol wtf)
Kit Harington, aka the irresistible loner Jon Snow on HBO’sGame of Thrones reveals his top dating deal breakers and the number one thing men crave in a relationship
Q: Your character,Jon Snow, took a vow of celibacy and he also has to survive in extreme cold. What do you think would be harder, not having sex or dealing with those brutal temperatures? (Cosmo asks the tough questions y'all)
A: Celibacy. You can deal with cold but denying basic male instinct is harder
Q: So you couldn’t do it?
A: No Way
Q:You’re pretty good with a sword on the show. Do you ever use that to impress women?
A: I don’t think I’d be particularly impressive with it in real life. If I’m into a woman,I’ll play the mysterious card. I think its about not making it out to appear that you’re interested so you leave her guessing. Whether it works is another matter.
Q: So if she texts you, do you not respond right away?
A: I don’t text. I hate it. I always call.
Q: You might be the last guy on the face of the Earth who will actually do that
A: I just don’t like texting. Things can be interpreted so many ways. I’ll call you if you text me. Plus I like hearing your voice.
Q: What do most men crave most in a relationship?
The source is of course this issue Cosmo but the interview was typed up by me.
A: Men don’t always have someone to share their emotions with. Being able to do that behind closed doors is what men want to be in a relationship for.
Disney-Pixar has released two new images from Brave. While the trailers have played up heroine Merida’s prowess with a bow, these images show she’s got nothing against swinging a sword. Also, if you’ve been wondering the significance of the bear in this image, keep in mind that the original title for Brave was The Bear and the Bow. I don’t know how the bear factors into the plot (the trailers haven’t given it away), but I look forward to finding out.
The film features the voices of Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson, Billy Connolly, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson, Robbie Coltrane, and Julie Walters. Brave opens in 3D on June 22nd.
After nearly three decades of making music, Sade Adu still has a hard time letting fans in, preferring to limit her press ops and take decade-long stretches between new album releases. But the British-Nigerian singer and her band are inching back towards the spotlight with the May 22nd DVD/CD and Blu-ray release of Bring Me Home - Live 2011, which chronicles their mega-successful Sade Live tour. The 54-date trek touched down in Europe, America, Australia and Asia and celebrated Sade's platinum-certified 2010 LP, Soldier of Love.
Despite the tour's success, Sade's frontwoman approached the idea of a live LP and behind-the-scenes documentary with typical temerity. "Initially I didn't want to do it, because I had this feeling that it was a great moment and I was afraid we couldn't convey the atmosphere and the feeling of the whole tour," says Adu. "There's always that fear and trepidation. But you have no choice but to go on because you're in it."
Directed by Sophie Muller, who also designed and produced the tour, the 20-minute documentary compiles rare footage of Sade behind-the-scenes that chips at the notoriously elusive singer's shellacked persona. In one scene, she harmonizes "Amazing Grace" with her backup singers; in another, she gazes pensively into a mirror during a rare moment of open reflection.
For Adu, returning to the stage after a 10-year hiatus was admittedly daunting. She rebuffs her celebrity but says that collaborating with Muller gave her the confidence to perform like a "gladiator." Explains the 53-year-old singer, "I'm tough. I'm a Nigerian. I'm into the moment and I put my entire self into that. I suppose I am reluctant to share my life. My life is in the songs, and I've already done that. I don't think our fans have those expectations from me."( Collapse )Source love her! and the band
Adele's second album 21 has overtaken Michael Jackson's Thriller in the list of best-selling UK albums.
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It has sold 4,274,300 copies in the UK, 500 more than Jackson's 1982 classic.