Have any of you played it yet? It seems it's been banned here in the Middle East and it's annoying to get, ugh.
God I love Kanye so much. Later with Jools is incredible tonight!— Adele (@OfficialAdele) September 17, 2013
Warner Bros. isn't shying away from an unhappy ending. The studio bought the film rights to the 40 Days of Dating blog—which recently revealed that 40 days of dating a friend does not necessarily end in a relationship—and has enlisted director Michael Sucsy of The Vow and writer Lorene Scafaria of Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist to bring it to the screen.
We already knew that the couple Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman was on their way to Hollywood after they signed with CAA, and apparently they were hot stuff, according to Michael Fleming Jr. of Deadline. Now the trick is how this is executed. Walsh and Goodman's blog, which chronicled their time dating and following the rules they had set out for one another, was gorgeous but also somewhat obnoxious when you really thought about it. It would be great if the film could have a meta take on the project, taking a critical eye to Walsh and Goodman's decision to undertake this project in the first place. That's probably too much to ask of Hollywood though. But can we at least demand that Aubrey Plaza play Walsh?
The cable network has opted to cancel unscripted entry What Would Ryan Lochte Do? after one low-rated season, sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter.
As first reported by TV Line, the series that followed the Olympic swimmer training for the 2016 Games, his personal life and empire, ended its eight-episode run in May averaging just 440,000 total viewers. (Meanwhile, a source close to E! says the network does want to work with the athlete and personality again in the future.)
The series received a sizable marketing push for the gold medalist in April, but opened to a paltry 807,000 viewers, losing nearly half of its E! news special lead-in featuring Ryan Seacrest interviewing the Kardashian family.
Lochte fielded multiple reality show offers after sporting a diamond American-flag grill at the summer Olympics and ultimately landed the docuseries at E! after guest roles on 30 Rock and 90210.
"We need to go swimming -- it's been the whole fucking summer, and I haven't gone swimming once," HAIM bassist Este Haim says.
Growing up in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley, Haim and her two younger sisters, Danielle and Alana, would head to a local pool or Venice Beach as often as possible to enjoy some swimming and sunbathing. Of course, the downside of spending the summer touring the world is that the Haim sisters have what Este describes as "swimming pool blue balls," and have even resorted to hunting down fans who can provide a body of water. "It's become a thing where at every show I've played, in the middle of songs, I've been like, 'Who has a pool?'"
A noticeable lack of swim time is possibly the only trouble plaguing HAIM as the indie-pop trio prepares to release "Days Are Gone," its debut album due Sept. 30 on Columbia. Nearly half of the wiry, big-hearted tunes that make up the album's 11-song track list have been previously released (and critically lauded) as singles during the past 18 months, as HAIM has established itself as a can't-miss live act through tours on multiple continents. On the strength of those songs, as well as current radio offering "The Wire" -- ironically, a song that sounds custom-made for pool party playlists -- "Days Are Gone" has quickly morphed into one Columbia's bigger fall releases.
I got to sit down with Fifth Harmony when they were in Montreal on September 11 before their show at the Corona Theatre. The girl group consists of members Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello, Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke and Dinah Jane Hansen. The girls come off as if they have been friends forever, but they only met last year when they were formed as a group during boot camp on season 2 of The X Factor. Fifth Harmony finished in third place overall, and signed a joint record deal to Simon Cowell’s Syco Music and L.A Reid’s Epic Records. They have released two singles, “Miss Movin’ On” and “Me & My Girls”, which will both appear on their debut EP Better Together, which will be released on October 22.
Being a fan of the group since their first auditions, I couldn’t wait to speak with them. They were incredibly energetic, down to earth and we had lots of laughs. Read on to find out about their upcoming EP, their bucket lists, and how far they’ve come in the past year.( Collapse )
The new Queens of Pop thank you for your time!
Earlier in the day, Drew was seen hailing a cab after having lunch with some of her friends.
FYI: SJP is wearing a dress that is a collaboration of Olivier Theyskins(bottom/skirt) and Prabal Gurung (top/bustier) with Manolo Blahnik shoes, an Acne bag, and aFenton bracelets/handlets and ring, and Fred Leighton earrings and ring.( Collapse )
Source: http://www.justjared.com/2013/09/19/sarah-jessica-parker-drew-barrymore-nyc-ballet-gala/ & My Instagram (@sindsaylimon)