this is so cool!
anyway how do you feel about dubbing, international ontd? also dubbing of disney songs in particular lol
post your faves
hey It's Kesha from treatment. I just wanted to say that this is really hard and necessary work. I'm grateful for all the love and support— ke$ha (@keshasuxx) January 22, 2014
i couldnt do this without you.— ke$ha (@keshasuxx) January 22, 2014
Lupita talks about her family (her brother and his instagram video) and Emma Thompson. Jimmy Fallon manages to pronounce her name perfectly.
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They're in every home, every bedroom, every bathroom. You see them everyday. And, yet, there is still something creepy about mirrors. At least, that's how Karen Gillan, star of the upcoming horror film "Oculus," feels.
Gillian is best known for her three-year stint on the British sci-fi institution "Doctor Who" where she played Amy Pond, the human companion to Matt Smith's ageless, time-traveling alien. When her time on the show was over, she started looking for new opportunties. And in a phone conversation with Yahoo Movies, she told us that "Oculus" struck a chord because of her deep-seated love of horror movies.( Collapse )
They released the poster yesterday; today they released the trailer. There were some mixed reactions from those who saw it at TIFF. I am curious, and it doesn't look too scary, so I will probably watch.
And now, Sleepy Hollow fans, we wait.
The Fox drama capped its freshman season Monday evening with a supersized episode that answered one huge question – who is the Second Horseman of the Apocalypse? – and posed a slew of new ones that won’t be answered until the series returns in the fall.[Spoiler alert: If you haven't yet seen the finale, it's probably a good idea to bail out now.]
Is Jenny dead? Who’ll save Abbie from Purgatory — and for that matter, Ichabod from his grave and Katrina from Headless Abraham? What’ll become of jail-bound Irving? And is there any way Andy could’ve survived Washington’s tomb coming down on his head?
To ease the pain of the months-long wait until the Season 2 premiere, Sleepy co-creators/executive producers Len Wiseman and Alex Kurtzman gave TVLine some inside scoop on the finale… and what might lie ahead.
“For it to be embraced the way it’s been embraced has been such a pleasure,” Kurtzman says. “And I’m so glad to finally be able to talk about it!”
Read on for more about Henry’s true nature, possible new characters (hello, Mama Mills?), Katrina’s raised eyebrow and fist bumps left on the cutting-room floor.( Collapse )
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She was pictured flashing her bra under a sheer black blouse earlier this week.
And it seem Britney Spears favours the risque look.
The 32-year-old flashed her white bra under a see-through lace cream top as she went shopping in West Hollywood on Wednesday( Collapse )
The pair was arrested this morning, after an investigation into allegations that they'd illegally pried into private web accounts for fun and profit:
Hunter Moore, 27, of Woodland, who operated isanyoneup.com, and Charles Evens, 25, of Studio City, were arrested without incident by special agents with the FBI.
Both men are expected to make initial court appearances this afternoon – Moore in federal court in Sacramento, and Evens in United States District Court in Los Angeles.
Moore and Evens are charged in a 15-count indictment unsealed after they were arrested this morning. The indictment charges both men with conspiracy, seven counts of unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information and seven counts of aggravated identity theft.
Emphasis added. Although plenty of fawning fans send Moore naked selfies, the FBI says his empire was built on outright hacking:
The pictures were submitted without the victim's permission for purposes of revenge. However, to obtain more photos to populate the site, Moore allegedly instructed Evens to gain unauthorized access to – in other words, to hack into – victims' e-mail accounts. Moore sent payments to Evens in exchange for nude photos obtained unlawfully from the victims' accounts. Moore then posted the illegally obtained photos on his website, without the victims' consent. The indictment alleges that Evens hacked into email accounts belonging to hundreds of victims.
When you combine this serious indictment (which can be read in full below) with his self-confessed lifestyle of aggressively, gleefully violating personal privacy rights and doing a bunch of blow, this will be no easy case for the defense.
Go to source to read full indictment
Today was a fairytale
The Mother takes center stage in Monday’s 200th episode of How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8/7c), and we’ve got your first look at the familiar scenes — and roommate! — the CBS sitcom will revisit, albeit from a different angle.
The milestone half-hour tells the story of what the titular mama was up to in the eight years before she met Ted. As such, viewers will once again glimpse that night Ted visited Cindy (returning guest star Rachel Bilson, Hart of Dixie) and got his first peek at the mom, not to mention the bachelor’s fateful first day teaching in the wrong classroom. But this time, it’s all told from The Mother’s point of view.
“Our 100th episode was very much a celebration of the cast – not that the cast doesn’t deserve celebrating even more after 200 episodes – but this is a different kind of story,” says executive producer Carter Bays. “It’s about the tale. It felt like a different kind of 200th episode, but it felt like the right one to do in terms of the greater story of the show.”
Got the great news tonight that #GirlMeetsWorld was picked up for 8 more episodes - a total of 21! Can't wait for everyone to see them all.— Danielle Fishel (@daniellefishel) January 22, 2014
Now, ATW is back with its 2014 picks, a list of acts we think you'll be hearing plenty about in the months to come: From UK indie-electro bands like Bastille and Chvrces and up-and-coming EDM talents like Flume and Martin Garrix to pitch-perfect pop standouts Fifth Harmony, rappers like Danny Brown and R&B singers such as Jhene Aiko, there's something for everyone.
Every two weeks, we'll select and feature a new Artist to Watch, who will be showcased across MTV's various television channels, websites and apps and social networks. We'll bring you exclusive live performances and interviews, place their videos in rotation and feature their songs in our shows ... and it all kicks off on January 23, with an epic concert at Los Angeles' House of Blues.
Fifth Harmony, Jake Miller, Tori Kelly, Echosmith and Rixton are all set to appear at the first Artist To Watch showcase of 2014 ... and you can get your tickets right now. Though if you can't make it to L.A. for the show, fear not: it'll also stream live on MTV.com. And this isn't some one-time affair; MTV will be hosting additional Artist To Watch events throughout the year.
MTV 2014 ARTIST TO WATCH LIST
MTV will stream the show tonight at 9 pm EST here. Can't wait!
source: mtv x artisttowatch x livestream
With The CW expected to start formally ordering pilots in the coming days, new details are emerging (OK, a single detail — but it’s a biggie!) about one of the network’s buzziest properties: TheLauren Graham-penned dramedy based on the Parenthood star’s debut novel, Someday, Someday Maybe.
According to sources, the project — which follows a young woman nearing the end of a self-imposed time limit to find success as an actress in New York City — is going by the working title Unfamous. Graham is an exec-producer alongside Ellen DeGeneres and Jeff Kleeman (The Change-Up).
Earlier this month at the Television Critics Association winter tour, CW president Mark Pedowitz confirmed that Graham’s pilot script had been submitted and called it “excellent,” adding, “It’s under consideration.
“We have only so many slots,” he continued. “We’re going to probably do the same amount of pilots we did last year. So we’re going to have to determine whether or not it fits within any of those slots.”
The fact that Unfamous is one of The CW’s few non-genre pilot scripts in the pipeline may actually work in its favor. Pedowitz himself recently acknowledged to The Hollywood Reporter, “At some point we will be oversaturated with genre, and we’ll move back to the family genre. It feels like we’re slowly getting there.”
Beyoncé's latest single "Drunk In Love" has landed in hot water over its controversial lyric content.
Bang Radio, a British radio station, has announced this week that they will only air an edited version of the pop song.
The CEO of the company, Jennifer Ogole, has stated that a line from Jay Z's verse has been removed because the rap displays "promotion of domestic violence against women."
The lyric in question is when the rapper says, "Now eat the cake, Anna Mae / I said eat the cake, Anna Mae."
Beyoncé's husband was referencing a line from the film What's Love Got to Do With It, about Tina and Ike Turner's volatile relationship.