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Charlie Hunnam is clearing the air.
The Sons of Anarchy actor exclusively broke his silence to E! News after stepping down from the role of Christian Grey in the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey.
The Hollywood hunk made his first public appearance since the news broke at the 2nd annual "Hogs for Heart" event benefiting One Heart Source Education Programs in Africa at Mo's Restaurant in Burbank, Calif.
Charlie joined his SOA cast members as they hosted the evening's festivities.
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I don't care what excuses he's throwing out, I'm just glad he's out of it.
Irish heartthrob Jamie Dornan (BBC’s “The Fall,” above left) and Tony-nominated actor Billy Magnussen (“Damsels in Distress,” above right) are the first two actors to test for the role of Christian Grey with Dakota Johnson, TheWrap has learned.
Australian actor Luke Bracey (above, center), who recently wrapped Max Landis’ directorial debut “Me Him Her,” is also a contender.
Universal and Focus are in a hurry to replace Charlie Hunnam, who dropped out of the project last week, citing a lack of preparation time due to his TV schedule for “Sons of Anarchy.” The FX series wraps production on Oct. 21, while “Fifty Shades” doesn’t head into production until Nov. 1, though it’s unclear whether Christian Grey will be needed on set at the beginning of the shoot. With Jennifer Ehle cast as Anastasia Steele’s mother, it’s possible those mother-daughter scenes could be filmed first.
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In a special feature package in the most recent issue of Billboard, Ed Christman and Andrew Hampp examined the leading labels heading into the crucial fourth quarter of 2013. Over the next week, Billboard.biz will excerpt portions from this special package featuring Q4's top releases, dark horses and extended executive interviews.
Today, a look at Columbia Records' positioning heading into this important time of year as well as an extended interview with Columbia's chairman/CEO Rob Stringer who discusses his label's Q4 strategy, the label's upcoming releases, the value of gift cards, why there won't be a Daft Punk Christmas album and much more.
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Girl on Fire
Girl of the moment, Jennifer Lawrence, appears in the fall-winter issue of Dior Magazine. The bi-annual publication is printed by Dior and as the face of the Paris fashion house’s Miss Dior line, Jennifer exudes pure elegance in a series of black and white images photographed by Mikael Jansson. The American actress shows off the season’s outerwear and tailored suiting for the striking portraits.
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Honoree Reese Witherspoon attends ELLE's 20th Annual Women In Hollywood Celebration at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on October 21, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Looks like it's going to be GTL plus diaper duty for Pauly D!
The Jersey Shore alum welcomed a baby girl on Tuesday, Oct. 22, a source confirms to E! News exclusively. The 33-year-old DJ is "very excited" to become a daddy and "has always wanted kids."
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While Zack Snyder filmed the first scenes for Batman vs. Superman this weekend, the rumor that Wonder Woman will make an appearance in the movie continues to spread online.
Variety got a chance to ask Greg Silverman, Warner Bros. president of creative development and worldwide production, on Monday whether the Man of Steel sequel will introduce other DC Comics such as Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and The Flash.
“We have been doing a lot of thinking for years about how to best use all those characters and we love them," Silverman said. "Wonder Woman is an amazing character. I think it's a great opportunity both for box office success, but also to have an amazingly powerful female superhero."
Considering he only mentioned Wonder Woman, the trade then specifically asked whether she is going to be part of the film, to which he replied: "We are taking it all very seriously and are trying to do a plan that's respectful to those characters and maximizes the stories as best they can. So everything that has been speculated are things that we've thought about."
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It’s a boy!
Actress KaDee Strickland and her husband Jason Behr, 39, welcomed their first child, son Atticus, on Thursday, Oct. 17, her rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
The couple welcomed their baby boy into the world during an “intimate birth in their Los Angeles home with the assistance and care of midwives and a doula.”
The rep tells PEOPLE, “The family is overjoyed, happy and in great health.”
Former Private Practice star Strickland, 37, and former Roswell actor Behr — who announced in May that they were expecting — met on the set of their 2004 movie, Grudge, and were married in November 2006.
The flu has spread to Karen — does that narrow down the origins of the virus to either animals or water?
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They sound amazing! Download their album Living For The Weekend, you won't regret it!
YouTube is letting music-video fans pick the winners of the first YouTube Music Awards, announcing a slate of nominees that includes Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, One Direction, Rihanna and Taylor Swift — plus several popular homegrown musical acts.
YouTube is aiming to jack up traffic through the voting process on social media: Users can vote at youtube.com/musicawards (or searching for “YTMA” on YouTube) by sharing the official YouTube Music Awards nomination videos across Facebook, Twitter or Google+. YouTube determined the nominations based on data over the last 12 months, to represent the artists and videos with the highest levels of engagement, including views, likes, shares, comments and subscriptions.
The YouTube Music Awards nominees span six categories: Video of the Year, Artist of the Year, Response of the Year, YouTube Phenomenon, YouTube Breakthrough and Innovation of the Year.
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source. voting open now!
Ellen's writer Amy scares pretty easily, but she's nothing compared to Ellen's Executive Producer, Andy. That's why he was the perfect person to join Amy in this haunted house. Enjoy.
What kind of adorable?
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Britain’s Attitude Magazine held its annual awards in London on October 15, and the recipient of this year’s Legend Award was none other than god herself, Cher, who released her 25th studio album, Closer to the Truth, last month.
“I think this is the first one of these awards that I’ve ever accepted,” Cher told the raucous crowd of mostly gay men. “I always get a little bit nervous when someone wants to give you like a lifetime achievement award, because then somehow your lifetime means it’s over and you have to go home and knit or something like that. And I’m just not ready to do that.”
Cher talked about how gay men have been a part of her life since childhood, crediting her stunnnning mother for being way ahead of her time. “I was nine years old,” she explained. “And my mother had these two friends that came over, and the first time I saw them—they were hairdressers, of course—but the first time I saw them, they came cha-chaing into our front door… In the beginning, I actually thought that gay was code for fun.” [Ed. note: gagging]
The Oscar/Emmy/Grammy-winning icon went on to share a little real talk about the gays, whom she referred to as “my friends.”
“Gay men especially, they either love you or they don’t even notice that you’re on the planet,” she said, which elicited a collective squeal from the audience. “I think what you guys like is a strong woman who’s having a breakdown constantly. And that certainly is me. Judy Garland’s got nothing on me.”
Let’s be clear, the only person who could throw shade on Dorothy without alienating the gays is Cher. Not Babs, not Madonna, not even Liza (who, at this point, is probably like “Judy who?”). Cher can do no wrong, because she’s been shutting shit down for the past 800 years. Everyone SHNAPOUTOFIT! and bow down.
Listen to the first single, Kelela's "Go All Night"
The first release from Solange's new boutique label Saint Records has been announced. It's a compilation called Saint Heron, featuring 12 original songs from an all-star list of very contemporary left-of-center R&B artists, including Cassie, Sampha, Jhené Aiko, Petite Noir, Jade De La Fleur, Starchild, BC Kingdom, India Shawn, Iman Omari, and Solange herself. The first single is Kelela's "Go All Night", which was briefly teased on her new Cut 4 Me mixtape. (Kelela also appears on a second track on the compilation, a collaboration with Kingdom.)
The compilation is out digitally, on vinyl, and on CD on November 12; listen to the Kelela single
THR reports that Conrad, hot off "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," is now gearing up to direct the project, with some fresh names tossed into the maybe-will-be-Belushi pile. Emile Hirsch and Adam Devine ("Workaholics") have both met with Conrad, while the most tantalizing prospect, Joaquin Phoenix, has also "surfaced" as a contender, though we have no idea what that actually means. Meanwhile, someone is going to have to play Belushi's pal Dan Aykroyd, and character actor Nelson Franklin has also apparently met for the part.
But like so many biopics, it's a long way from revived interest to actually getting money and shooting the thing, and as lively as Belushi's public and private life were, in this era of four-quadrant sure things, we don't see a major studio taking a gamble on something like this (particularly one that will be harder to sell overseas). That said, Warner Bros. is behind this one, and a spring 2014 shoot is being eyed, so maybe this one will have the right kind of budget to get a thumbs up from execs. But we'd guess it'll all boil down to who nabs that lead role.
What's coming up for Edith on Downton Abbey? Click the cut to find out! (and also some other stuff, lol).
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Believe it or not, Jennifer Lopez has her insecurities, but she's learned to accept who she is and be proud of her figure.
The 44-year-old singer/dancer/actress and "American Idol" judge opens up about her body image in Cosmopolitan for Latinas' Winter 2013 issue (on newsstands Oct. 29), explaining she fought through stereotypes to get where she is today.
“Early on, my family really made me love who I was and what I looked like. My body was nothing out of the ordinary in my neighborhood," J.Lo, who grew up in the Bronx, N.Y., tells the magazine.
"When I first started on television [as a Fly Girl on 'In Living Color'], people, and even my own manager at the time, would tell me I had to make all of these changes," she continues. "But you have to stand up and say, ‘There’s nothing wrong with me or my shape or who I am, you’re the one with the problem!’ And when you can really believe that, all of a sudden other people start believing too.”
And that confidence has taken her a long, long way. Not only is she selling out stadiums, but she's killing it on the big screen while judging contestants on "American Idol" and raising five-year-old twins as a single mom. (Not to mention she's currently dating 26-year-old Casper Smart.) So how does she balance it all?
“One day somebody told me I had to perform in front of 35,000 people on the set of 'Selena.' I didn’t know how to do it. I just said to myself: Don’t think about it. You can do this and you’ll be great," she explains. "I walked out onto that stage. And then I did. I’ve been following that rule ever since.”
Lady Gaga has proved she is still an undeniable pop force not to reckoned with today as her new single 'Do What U Want' featuring RnB royalty, R Kelly has shot straight to the top of the US, UK and 63 other iTunes charts just hours after it's release.
The track, which serves as the second cut to be lifted from her forthcoming studio album ARTPOP looks certain to be a sure fire hit for the eccentric superstar, shutting down recent negative comments from critics who blasted the singer's new material.
The I LOVE LUCY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL, a one-hour special featuring two newly colorized back-to-back classic episodes of the 1950s series, will be broadcast Friday, Dec. 20 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
The two episodes—the seldom-seen "Christmas Episode" and "Lucy's Italian Movie" (aka "Grape Stomping")—were colorized with a vintage look, a nod to the 1950s period in which the shows were filmed. The main titles and end credits of the two episodes are seamlessly combined into one set—at the beginning and end of the hour—with no interruption between the episodes.
The programs feature Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz as Lucy and Ricky Ricardo, and Vivian Vance and William Frawley as the Ricardos' friends and landlords, Fred and Ethel Mertz.
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"I Love Lucy" aired on CBS from Oct. 15, 1951 until May 6, 1957. It was voted "the best TV show of all time" in a 2012 viewer poll conducted by People Magazine and ABC News.
I can't wait for the twitter/tumblr comments "What is I Love Lucy??"
Surprised at the obsessive torch that still burns online for Boy Meets World, a gentle TGIF sitcom that ended its 7-season run in 2000?
So is the comedy’s cast.
“I don’t think any of us anticipated that after the show went off the air, it was going to gain in popularity,” Danielle Fishel — who played smart, incredibly well-coiffed Topanga Lawrence — says in the below video, shot on the set of EW’s annual Reunions issue. But gain in popularity it did — so much that when the Disney Channel announced that it’s bringing some of the show’s most beloved characters back for a next-gen spinoff called Girl Meets World, the news nearly broke the Internet.
What can explain BMW‘s enduring pop-cultural stamp? It’s certainly not the show’s incredibly dated fashions, recalled with fondness by Lawrence, Rider Strong (a.k.a. bad boy Shawn Hunter), and Ben Savage (a.k.a. everykid Cory Matthews, the show’s titular “boy”). Instead, it’s Boy Meets World‘s unique brand of heart, humor… and fabulous hair. “I’m still not stoked on the hair,” Strong says of his famously floppy ’90s boy band cut. “You’re the only one who wasn’t stoked on your hair,” replies Fishel.
Watch the gang — including Will Friedle (older brother Eric Matthews), Lily Nicksay (younger sister Morgan Matthews, for two seasons), and William Daniels (consummate teacher Mr. Feeny, who followed Cory, Shawn, and Topanga from middle school to college) — reminisce below. Need more of a BMW fix? Mark Nov. 5 in your calendar — that’s when Boy Meets World: The Complete Collection finally arrives on DVD.
VIDEO is at the source since it won't embed. If you scroll down there's another video of the cast quizzing each other. William Daniels and Will Friedle share some cute anecdotes. :)
"CrazySexyCool,” VH1’s flashy flick on the singing group TLC, became the most-watched original movie in network history Monday night.
It was also the highest rated original cable movie of the year among adults and women 18-49.
“CrazySexyCool” drew 4.5 million viewers, which is more than a lot of broadcast network sitcoms have been attracting this season.
The actual TLC became one of the most popular female groups of all time in the 1990s. “CrazySexyCool” was the title of their second album and spawned one of their five Grammy awards.
They sold some 65 million records worldwide despite a continuing undercurrent of tension both within the group and with various people outside it.
Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes died in a car accident in 2002. Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozanda “Chill” Thomas have performed on and off since then.
Monday’s film also sparked a surge in TLC downloads. Their new soundtrack for the film “20” rose from No. 43 to No. 5 on iTunes.
The movie will air again Sunday night at 8.
i enjoyed this biopic so much. it reminded me of how great their music is & to download the cds of theirs that i didn't already have.
Sleepy Hollow has found Capt. Irving's ex-wife.
Girlfriends star Jill Marie Jones has joined the cast of Fox's breakout freshman drama in a recurring capacity, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
She will play Cynthia, the former wife of Frank Irving (Orlando Jones) and mother to their teenage daughter, Macey (Amandla Stenberg). Like Stenberg, Jones' character will first be introduced in the Nov. 25 episode.
The women of Person of Interest use their unique skills to protect New York City. Interrogation, explosives, networking, and computer hacking to name just a few. Meet the women of Person of Interest Tuesdays 10/9c. Only CBS. In order of video appearance: Jocelyn "Joss" Carter (Taraji P. Henson), Samantha Shaw (Sarah Shahi), Zoe Morgan (Paige Turco), and Samantha "Root" Groves (Amy Acker)
Noah leaked trailer by cineenserio
The trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical epic “Noah” has leaked online.
Paramount Pictures, which is slated to release the movie in March, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The “Noah” trailer can be found by clicking here.
The trailer asks audiences to “rediscover the epic story of one man and the most remarkable event in our history.”
Edit: here's another link to the trailer.
"Razgovor" – When Shaw is tasked to stay close to a 10-year-old identified by The Machine, she grudgingly develops respect for the young girl’s skills in surveillance and realizes it could be the very reason why her number has come up. Meanwhile, Carter’s mission to bring the crime organization HR to justice risks exposure, on Person of Interest, Tuesday, Oct. 22 (10:01 – 11:00 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Guest Stars include Robert John Burke (omg whenever he pops up shit goes down, I love it), Morgan Spector (aka the late Frank Capone from Boardwalk Empire; what a good actor tbh, he’s been on PoI before and he always makes an impression) and Brian Wiles (aka Carter’s rookie partner who needs to have several seats). Also, the amazing Carter clip making the rounds (which can also be found in this post, of course) is from tonight’s episode so expect a lot of Carter awesomeness.
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GODDESS. Taraji has been killing it this season. Just for that scene, tonight is one for the books imo.
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Jessica Lange will leave American Horror Story after one more season, the veteran actress divulged recently. The lead in the hit FX show will be one of just a few more roles she'll take before exiting the profession she's worked in for four decades.
"I am coming to the end of acting," Lange, 64, told the Los Angeles Times. "I have a list: another stage production, maybe one or two more movies, one more season of American Horror Story. . . and then that is it for me. Because I think that's enough. I want to go out with a bang. . . or should I say, a scare?"
Lange's roles on American Horror Story have been a late boon for the actress, revitalizing a career already dotted with big roles in movies like the Patsy Cline biopic Sweet Dreams, Tootsie and Blue Sky. (She picked up Oscars for last two in the Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Leading Role categories, respectively). Her turn as the creepy, meddling neighbor Constance Langdon on the first season of American Horror Story won her an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie, and she scored a nomination in the Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie category this year.
"It reenergized me; it reenergized my career," Lange added. "There's no shame in recognizing that. It's exposed me to a whole new generation, which is a little strange. I'm not used to young people thinking I'm cool."
Lange also opened up about how her role in the HBO movie Grey Gardens helped her find "the thrill of acting" again, inspiring her to go out on a limb and try a frightening job when American Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy came calling. "The power of seduction got me here," she said. "He just charmed me. I don't watch TV – I had never seen Glee or Nip/Tuck. I knew of him by reputation. And the truth of the matter is, I just thought, 'Wow, nobody has done that song and dance for me in a long time.' I liked being wanted."
For now, Lange is back on the small screen scaring the daylights out of viewers as the powerful witch Fiona Goode in American Horror Story: Coven, the show's latest installment. The season premiered earlier this month.
NOOOOO :( I didn't want the rumors to be true.
This episode looks awesome.
'Tandoh has committed the terrible crime of caring visibly about the competition, when it’s widely agreed that women are silly things and baking is a silly, woman-y thing.'
Baking is a sort of alchemy. With precise judgment, a lot of practice and expert patience, the skilled kitchen craftsman learns to transform clouds of eggwhite into shiny-topped macarons, pools of molten chocolate into hard and gleaming tempered sheets, dusty heaps of flour and foaming yeast into elaborate plaits of yielding bread. And on Tuesday night, the oven timer of fate will go ping and another transformation will be complete: the winner of the Great British Bake Off will be declared and one amateur baker's life will change forever.
This isn't hyperbole: Bake Off is one of the few talent shows that has the power to launch a career, with previous contestants making the jump to pro cuisine thanks to the programme. The show comes trimmed with pastel bunting, and iced with the gloriously awful puns of presenters Mel and Sue, but beneath all that is a sponge layer of steely determination.
This is serious culinary business, and the judges and bakers never forget that. Harsh, then, that so much coverage has focused on the most negative reactions to the most competitive person in the competition, with journalists on tabloids and broadsheets across our great baking nation preheating their laptops to ask the critical question: why do people hate finalist Ruby Tandoh so much?
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...final tonight. Hoping for Kimberly or Ruby to win.. I find it funny people accuse Ruby of flirting with Paul simply because (imho) it's Paul that has been attentive to her.
Toronto Fashion Week kicks off Monday in, well, Toronto. Music and fashion have always been linked, whether it's a designer creating a look for an artist, a band inspiring a look or an artist trying their hand at designing.
Artists from all kinds of genres have forged relationships with fashion designers. Think Katy Perry and the Blonds, Lady Gaga and Nicola Formichetti, Florence Welch and Gucci. Alexander Wang uses Azealia Banks and Die Antwoord for his ad campaigns. Willie Nelson is in a John Varvatos campaign, and of course Lyle Lovett has a line of shirts.
Check out our gallery for some of the most important mod, punk and disco moments in music and fashion history.
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lol at that Kanye mention in the list
Mariah Carey has grown frustrated with waiting for her damaged hand to get better - so much so she wants to punch someone in the face. The pop siren, 43, was left with her arm in a sling, having chipped her shoulder bone and cracked a rib during a fall when shooting a video back in July. But her road to recovery is still ongoing.
"When is my hand going to be back to normal? I'm so sick and tired of this. It's awful," the diva moaned on Instagram, showing off her still-bandaged arm. But she got her fighting spirit back when music executive Steve Stoute joked she must be wishing she could "punch somebody in the f***ing face", adding: "I want to knock somebody the f*** out!"
Last week, she revealed that she is free of her sling and able to raise her arm once more - and is gearing up for some power grabs during her ballads. "Right now the arm is back. We can have moments, darlings," she laughed on Instagram.
The curvaceous singer was forced to push back the release of her 14th studio album, The Art Of Letting Go, because of her injury. But she said: "When I'm ready, you'll be the first to know!"
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Before Kanye West proposed to Kim Kardashian on Monday night in San Francisco, he honored "12 Years A Slave" director Steve McQueen in Los Angeles. West was a surprise guest at the Hollywood Film Awards, where he presented McQueen with the Breakout Director Award.
"I've always admired Steve's work," West said before discussing "12 Years A Slave." "One of the things I loved was just the way he held the shots. I thought that was extremely modern and felt so much more like real life." West called McQueen's film "extremely moving," and said he flew in from San Francisco specifically to give McQueen the award. "I'm flying back tonight," West said with a grin. (Yeah he was.)
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Alice Eve has landed the female lead opposite Chris Evans in his feature directorial debut “1:30 Train”.
Written by Ron Bass, the indie movie follows two people who meet in a train station and share a night of romantic adventures before the woman must catch the next train back to New York.
Evans will play a down-on-his-luck saxophone player who helps a young woman (Eve) in need and ends up falling for her. He will also serve as one of the producers (along with McG, and others).
Evans will shoot “1:30 Train” before he reprises his role as Captain America in Marvel’s sequel “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”
Tim Burton loved making Beetlejuice. The 1988 ghoulish comedy, starring Winona Ryder, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, and Michael Keaton as the ghost with the most, was his first big hit and the movie that established the director’s reputation as an eccentric master of the fun-house macabre that would soon blossom in Batman and Edward Scissorhands. In recent years, while promoting films like Dark Shadows and Frankenweenie, Burton often fielded questions about making a sequel, and he’s consistently expressed enthusiasm for the idea and revealed that he even tasked screenwriters Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg to come up with some new Beetlejuice ideas.
Now Warner Bros. is officially inviting Burton to direct the long-awaited follow-up, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Though Warner Bros. and Burton did not respond to requests for comment, sources have confirmed that discussions are happening. Still, the forward motion shouldn’t exactly be confused for downhill momentum. First off, Burton seems set to next direct an adaptation of Ransom Riggs’ Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children for Fox. Secondly, Grahame-Smith and Katzenberg were intent on making their script a true Beetlejuice sequel centered on Michael Keaton’s character with Keaton. “The star of the movie has to be Michael Keaton as Beetlejuice, and it’s a true continuation 26 years later,” Grahame-Smith told EW in 2011. “Not just throwing him in as a cameo going, ‘Hey, it’s me. I endorse this movie.’”
Alas, Keaton hasn’t even read the most recent Beetlejuice script, according to a source. So you can keep humming along to “Jump in the Line,” but it seems like everyone’s feet are still planted firmly on the ground right now. At best, it feels like it’s almost shoooowtime.
Just please bring back Queen Winona....
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What do we think folks? Drunk? He and Julia both seemed like they hit that liquor hard (she took her shoes off to accept her award)
In which John answers real questions from real nerdfighters about the movie adaptation of his book The Fault in Our Stars while also disagreeing with Hank about what the greatest human quality is.
Rigor mortis perhaps hasn’t quite set in with Body of Proof.
With Lucky 7 already cashed out and its other freshman dramas struggling, ABC may resurrect the cancelled procedural, our sister site Deadline reports.
Talks of the possible plucking-from-the-ashes are said to have started at the start of this TV season, and a final decision could come within the next month, as the likes of Betrayal and Wonderland either stabilize (or even rise), or slide further.
At this stage, it’s unclear who all — Dana Delany? Mark Valley? Gravedigger Michael Ausiello? — could be brought back for any possible Season 4.
Body of Proof, during its rejiggered third season, averaged 10.4 million total viewers and a 1.9 demo rating, with its out-of-season finale drawing 7.6 mil/1.2.
Wonderland with its second telecast dropped to 4.5 mil and a 1.2, while Betrayal this Sunday ticked up to 3.6 mil and a 0.9. Scandal repeats currently filling the Tuesdays-at-10 void aka BOP‘s old home have averaged about 2.8 mil and a 0.8.
Would you like to see Body of Proof back on your telly?
We’re feeling really good about the Britney album. We’re not quite sure how the credits are gonna be, but Will.i.am’s really the main creative on the album -- but he won’t be the only one. He has a lot of great songs. There’s a song we feel fairly strong will be the second single called “Perfume.” It was written by Sia and could be a big career song. It’s more of a downtempo song, but people are amazed at the quality of her vocals on it. She sings it beautifully and it has a real sincerity to it. And it’s outstanding -- I think people are not only gonna be surprised but also see another side of Britney. There’s a lot more personal content on this album than we’ve seen from her in the past.
One Direction tops the latest annual heat magazine list of the richest British celebrities under the age of 30, with combined estimated earnings of $95.70 million (£59.33 million) for the past year.
Ranking just behind the boy band is Daniel Radcliffe, with an estimated $90.64 million (£56.19 million), making him the top-earning individual on the list. The Harry Potter star had topped the list since its inception in 2010.
One Direction are Harry Styles, 19, Niall Horan, 19, Zayn Malik, 20, Liam Payne, 20, and Louis Tomlinson, 21.
Rounding out the top five are Robert Pattinson ($71.23 million, £44.16 million), Keira Knightley ($60.13 million, £37.28 million) and Emma Watson ($45.05 million, £27.93 million).
The top new entrant on the young British celebrity rich list is DJ Calvin Harris, with estimated earnings of $35.80 million (£22.20 million).
Other new additions include singer Jessie J ($9.16 million, £5.68 million), model/actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley ($9.08 million, £5.63 million), The Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield ($8.06 million, £5 million) and boy band JLS ($7.85 million, £4.87 million).
The biggest gain goes to The Great Gatsby star Carey Mulligan, who rose 10 spots to come in 19th.
Heat magazine's list is compiled by a panel of experts that analyzes celebrities' earnings for the past year based on their TV and film deals, music sales and product endorsements.
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Fox has decided to delay the premiere of its new J.J. Abrams-produced drama Almost Human for a couple weeks. Instead of launching November 4, the series will now debut November 17 at 8 p.m., right after Fox's Sunday NFL doubleheader. Human will then settle into its regular timeslot, Mondays at 8, the following evening.
As a result, Bones will now stay on Mondays for a few more weeks (with original episodes) before finally moving to Fridays on Nov. 18. Fox hopes this plan will give Human a bigger push out of the gate, while also ensuring Sleepy Hollow has a proven lead-in when it returns with original episodes on November 4.
Nicolas Cage just wrapped up shooting on location in China for British director Nick Powell’s upcoming period drama Outcast, co-starring Hayden Christensen. But before Cage left the country, he gave an interview to Chinese state broadcaster CCTV, in which he reveals a few things about his role in the film, discusses his acting methods and speaks out against the dearth of lead roles offered to male Asian actors in Hollywood.
Answering a question about his experience working with the Chinese crew on Outcast, Cage took the opportunity to briefly turn the interview in a more serious direction.
After praising his female costar Liu Yifei's performance and saying how much he enjoyed working with the Chinese industry, Cage added: “I hope that we will see more Chinese actors in American cinema too. We do see Gong Li, Zhang Ziyi and Chow Yun Fat, but it’s very rare to see the Chinese male actor in Hollywood movies, which is something I take great umbrage with. You know, my son is Asian. He may want to direct one day; he may want to be an actor like his father -- and I want that to be open to him. So I want to make some kind of effort to see more of that happen in Hollywood.”
Outcast is the first film Cage – whose filmography spans some 75 films – has shot in China. He described the experience as positive and noted that he has "no doubt" China will soon surpass North America to become the world's largest film market, as many analysts have forecasted.
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Thinner. Lighter. Faster. That's what Apple promises in its newest iPad, which also has a new name: the iPad Air.
The company rolled out the fifth generation of its market-leading tablet Tuesday. Among its new features, the iPad will weigh 1 pound, down from 1.4 pounds. It's 20% thinner and 28% lighter than the current fourth-generation iPad.
The iPad Air will have the same 9.7-inch screen as previous iPads and pack the same A7 processing chip that's in the iPhone 5S. That will make it 72 times faster than the original iPad, according to Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller.
"This is our biggest leap forward ever with a full-size iPad," Schiller said.
The iPad Air will go on sale November 1. Prices will start at $499 for a 16GB Wi-Fi-only model and go up to $629 for a 16GB with 4G LTE connectivity.
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fingers crossed this outperforms RIP Bitch lmao.
Favorite Christmas songs?
Meet the new princess of Jersey ... Pauly D's 5-month-old baby girl, Amabella.
We broke the story ... Pauly D hooked up with a chick he met in Vegas in the Fall, 2012 ... and this is what happened.
Pauly has already taken a DNA test which pretty much conclusively proved he's the daddy ... so Maury, stand down.
As for the name ... Amabella means lovable in French.
She was born on May 15 and, based on the pic obtained by TMZ, already needs a haircut ... just like her daddy.
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Tori Kelly is a breath of fresh air. Her voice is angelic yet, soulful and leaves you wanting more. No wonder she garnered the attention of Justin Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun.
The "All In My Head " singer has been captivating Youtube users since 2006 with covers featuring chart-topping artists like Justin Timberlake, Frank Ocean and Beyonce.
With the release of her EP ' Foreword', the 20-year old songbird wins overs fans with original tracks like 'Stained' and 'Dear No One" and gets one step closer to her debut album.
VIBE sat down with Kelly to talk about the record, musical influences and what's next for the new girl on the block.
"The EP has a double meaning," says Kelly. "It kind of represents me moving forward from my last EP that I put out with that sound. It just feels like a new fresh start and, also, it feels like the intro to my album or what's to come in the future."
Watch VIBE's interview above. We can't wait to hear more from this girl.
I LOVE her. I saw her in April and she's amazing live. the new EP is so good!
After nine seasons of will-they-or-won't-they, build-up, tension and chasing, Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) and Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) finally said "I Do" on Bones' Oct. 21 episode "The Woman in White." Expectations were high, but Hart Hanson and the gang were able to pull off one of TV's most beautiful and satisfying weddings in recent memory. (We totally do not regret splurging on that wedding gift for the couple!)
So which familiar faces returned for the long-awaited event? And what major obstacles did the couple face? Plus, we've included Booth and Brennan's perfect wedding vows for you to obsess (and sob!) over all over again...
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By this point people have figured out that the Reflektors are, in fact, Arcade Fire, but the band stuck with the name last night on The Colbert Report, where the Canadian ensemble performed a pair of songs and Win and Will Butler answered (and sometimes parried) questions from Stephen Colbert about being the Reflektors and Haiti, where Arcade Fire recorded part of their new album, Reflektor.
Colbert told the brothers that he only knows two Canadian bands: Bachman Turner Overdrive and Arcade Fire, asking, "Which are the Reflektors more like?" Will Butler replied, "I just love 'Taking Care of Business.'"
After a quick discussion of "Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" – which included Colbert singing the chorus – he said, "I'm just glad you're not like Arcade Fire, though. Those guys: kind of pretentious."
Colbert also asked whether the band favors having people pay attention to their lyrics or "getting them on the dance floor to shake that ass?" Win Butler fielded that one: "I guess ideally you'd be shaking your ass with a little tear in your eye," he said.
When it came time to perform, the band started the song "Normal Person" with a feint, as people wearing large Arcade Fire heads mimed performing around Colbert's anchor desk before the camera shifted to the actual band members rocking out on the performance stage. Arcade Fire stuck around for another new song, "Afterlife," playing on a darkened stage as the glittering lights of a disco ball revolved around the room.
Arcade Fire's Colbert appearance is just their second TV gig as they prepare to release Reflektor on October 29th. The band also performed on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live, and played shows last Friday and Saturday in Brooklyn.
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Jake Gyllenhaal shocked onlookers with his gaunt appearance at the 17th Annual Hollywood Film Awards on Monday night.
And while the 20lb weight loss was for his role as a freelance crime reporter who stumbles upon the dangerous underworld of Los Angeles in Nightcrawler, his new look is still alarming.
Gyllenhaal’s razor sharp cheekbones now protrude noticeably and the star insists he wanted his character Lou to be ‘literally and figuratively hungry’.
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