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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Young adult writing today contains everything. The worst of it is as lim­ited as any bad writing, the best could thrill any readers willing to put them­selves in the hands of expert storytellers and great writers. Readers, that is, of any age.

    The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman (Bloomsbury)




    Perhaps this isn’t a young adult book. Really, who is to say? It is one of those books that gives you a whole world – small and wonder­ful – which is entrancing for eight chapters, and which you feel very sorry to leave.

    Chaos Walking trilogy by Patrick Ness (Walker)


    For ambition and scale, this highly accomplished trilogy is hard to beat. The story is excitingly paced and has a cast of engaging characters, but taken together, the trilogy is also a complex study of responsibility, difference, maturity and power.

    Kit's Wilderness by David Almond (Hachette Kids Hodder)



    Skellig may be better known, but I think the book that followed is Almond’s masterpiece: Kit’s Wilderness is one of those rare works that changes how we see the world. With the delicate, dark beauty that character­ises so much of Almond’s work, Kit’s Wilderness explores things beneath the surface, suffused with death and menace, and the spirits of the past, but this is a wilderness that is full of beauty and things that are precious, too.

    Hmm, not a lot of female writers on this list, or indeed stories with female protagonists. I think this writer missed the mark for listing YA books that adults could also enjoy.

    Which books would you include, ontd?


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    Act 18 was flawless imo! I especially loved the part with Naru's voice-over after Usagi ran away. Didn't see any obvious animation goofs either. What did you think, ONTD? Also; YASSS, act 19 needs to be here now!

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    EDIT as of March 22 12:57 am: FALSE RUMORS

    source: https://twitter.com/philconcerts

    lmao flop guy.
    will be here tomorrow

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    3 years buddy! 3 beautiful years! You make every minute worth while! We cherish all your firsts and all that is to come Heavy black heart Happy 3rd birthday my love #timesflying #whatayear



    Hilary posted this adorable Flipagram on IG celebrating Luc's Bday



    Hilary Duff out and about in Los Angeles Friday March 20th










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    - Insurgent is tracking to open with $50 millions. Was expected to reach $60 millions.
    - Is trailing behind Divergent's $54.6 millions opening despite 3D and IMAX boost (Divergent had neither).
    - Insurgent cost $110 millions to produce ($25 millions more than Divergent).
    - Insurgent's 32% Rotten Tomatoes rating also falls behind Divergent's (41%).
    - On the positive side: will easily open at #1 and earned a promising A- CinemaScore (although Divergent earned a A)

    more box-office forecast at the source

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    Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has completed his first solo album in six years, which he credits to his reunion with his old band Soundgarden."One thing about a solo artist is you can just be in a room way too long with yourself and your own thoughts and your own songs, and it feels really good to be working with Ben [Shepherd, bassist] and Matt [Cameron, drummer] and Kim [Thayil, guitarist] again, and it's actually a really nice reprieve also from just being alone, doing what I do. It's helping with the balance, I think, too."

    Hopefully this album is better than "Scream," which drew ridicule from fans and musicians like Trent Reznor.

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    Haha, I so called it about the rat! So what did you guys think about last episode? I love having Loretta back, love Jonathan Tucker's character and him fanboying Raylan- that should be a fun showdown.

    Oh and queen Katherine Hale continues to slay this season.



    My very first Justified gifs, I don't care if they're not pretty.

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    Rumors have been abounding online that Hideo Kojima is leaving Konami after his name has been removed from boxart, studios, and Konami's websites. No official word has been stated at this time on Kojima's departure, but this recent statement from Konami on their plans for the Metal Gear series strengthens the rumors:

    To Customers,

    Thank you for your continued patronage of KONAMI products and services.

    The latest title in the METAL GEAR series,"METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN" (below, "MGSV: TPP"), will be released as planned starting on Tuesday, September 1st, 2015 in North America, Latin America, and Europe, followed by Japan and Asia on Wednesday, September 2nd. Hideo Kojima will remain involved throughout.

    Hideo Kojima stated, "I want to reassure fans that I am 100% involved and will continue working on METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN; I'm determined to make it the greatest game I've directed to date. Don't miss it!"

    In addition, KONAMI will continue to develop and distribute top-quality content in the METAL GEAR series following "MGSV: TPP." We greatly anticipate and deeply appreciate your ongoing support for METAL GEAR.3

    As the next step in the series, KONAMI has already resolved to develop new "METAL GEAR".

    We will be conducting interviews for main staff to lead the development.


    Hideo Kojima is likely not leaving Konami until December well after MGSV is out, yet there is still nothing to be said on how this may affect the Silent Hills project also being co-helmed by film director Guillermo del Toro and starring Norman Reedus.

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    Hey mods, the only thing I copied from the article is Konami's official statement on Metal Gear all italicized. Looks like Phantom Pain will truly be Hideo's final Metal Gear.

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    They need to give the rights back to Marvel already...

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    He talks about Michelle Rodriguez, the Spiderman casting, Star Wars, and the Female Ghostbusters.

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    I would add the #Keepit100 part but it is not on youtube, I'm glad that he actually did an episode like this.

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    miles teller talks to e! online on how he balanced filming between Insurgent, Fantastic Four, and Bleed for This. “You find weeks. You find like a week or two when you can kind of [take a] break. It's like in between this movie I'm doing now and the next one — it's like four or five days. I don't want to take a vacation because then I'll read about some other actor who just, you know, is now going to work with this director I've always wanted to work with. You got to keep other people from doing the stuff you want, too.”





    - talked about how he wants to be inspired and just don't put on a face or mask while acting. “I don’t want to play a character. If I’m going to do something dramatic, I want it to be inspired. I want it to be passionate. It gives you a lot to work off of, and I like the challenges of doing an accent or learning a skill, really putting yourself out there.”

    - still hasn't paid his student loans. “That is true. My business manager says the interest is so low, there’s no sense in paying them off. I can, if I want to have that badge of accomplishment, but until then I still very much have my NYU loans.”





    - he talked to Buzzfeed and said he's lucky he's not that striking or handsome as other stars. #selfaware “I think my face helps with that, because I’m attractive enough, but I’m not too attractive to where, you know, I’m not accessible,” he said, reportedly smiling. “I want to thank my parents for that, for my face.”

    sources: eonline.com&vulture twitter&buzzfeed.com

    this is dedicated to the miles teller squad, esp. forthegold and shonen_key ok

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    • Bethany Joy Lenz is joing the cast of Smoke and Mirrors, which was previously known as The Catch.

    • She will play Zoe, Kieran's wife, played by Damon Dayoub.

    • Elvy Yost, Jacky Ido, Alimi Ballard and Jay Hayden also star.

    • The show is based on a novel by Kate Atkinson.

    • Shonda Rhimes is executing producing the show.

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    Bad room-mates/neighbo(u)rs/carpool stories, ONTD?

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    InStyle USA April 2015

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    Fox is close to giving the greenlight to a revival of the show starring David and Gillian. Supposedly set to shoot in June, it's anywhere between six and ten episodes. However, the talks are still ongoing. An offer has gone out to Mitch Pileggi, who retweeted the article last night. Chris Carter is also supposedly returning. The announcement will likely come before Upfronts in May.

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