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- 10/29/15--13:18: _Demi performs "Conf...
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- 10/28/15--11:59: Tayvin is unbroken: Calvin shows up to Taylor's Miami Concert.
- 10/28/15--12:58: Marc Jacobs addresses NY Post takedown with scathing open letter
- 10/28/15--12:58: Kendrick Drops Video for "These Walls"
- 10/28/15--13:09: Adele shares her guilty-pleasure TV shows
- 10/28/15--13:09: Queen Celine Joins Instagram! + Works On French Record
- 10/28/15--13:42: Alber Elbaz Exits Lanvin, Wishing House ‘the Future It Deserves’
- 10/28/15--13:42: Amber Heard Gets Pranked By Johnny Depp and Her Dad on 'Overhaulin'!
- 10/28/15--13:43: alessia cara performs "here" on the ellen show
- 10/29/15--13:03: Updated Oscar Predictions
- 10/29/15--13:12: breaking: taylor swift hangs out with men as well as woman
- 10/29/15--13:18: Demi performs "Confident" on GMA + #1 on the Global Album Charts
- 10/29/15--13:53: Female-Centric Movies Make a Ton of Money
- 10/29/15--13:53: New poster for 'Jessica Jones' highlights David Tennant's Purple Man
- 10/29/15--13:53: ONTD Original™: 5 Scary Urban Legends
- 10/29/15--14:41: Selena Gomez to produce “13 Reasons Why” series on Netflix
- Netflix ordered the show straight to series.
- Selena Gomez and her mom, Mandy Teefey, will be executive producers of the show.
- 13 Reasons Why is a 2007 book that follows a young teen, Hannah Baker, who committed suicide and left behind thirteen cassette tapes that reveal the reasons she decided to end her life.
- Gomez was supposed to play Baker when it was first rumored years ago that the book would be adapted into a movie because the author thought she was perfect for the role.
- This time, according to her rep, Selena will only produce the series and someone else will play the lead character.
- Stars YouTubers Grace Helbig, Mamrie Hart and Hannah Hart (they also Executive Produce)
- About a birthday party that goes off the rails.
- Mamrie Hart also co-wrote the script, alongside Molly Prather
- Comes out in 2016.
Her guest performers for the night were Ricky Martin & Pitbull. D-Wade also came out to give her a lucky #13 Heat jersey.
Marc Jacobs has been no stranger to negative press over the course of his career. Recently, though, it seems as though the media has it out for the once-wunderkind fashion designer. In particular, the New York Post has seemingly been having a little too much fun painting Jacobs in a none too flattering light--on Saturday, they published Maureen Callahan's smear piece What’s wrong with Marc Jacobs? Mystery of business struggles, bizarre behavior, which relied heavily on recycled bits of old articles to highlight Jacobs' history of addiction, critical denouncement, and business blunders, and imply that history was repeating itself for the former Louis Vuitton creative director. Then there was Sunday's Page Six piece, in which an insider gave lurid details of an alleged 10-person orgy of twenty-somethings selected via Grindr and hosted by Jacobs.
Never one to play coy about his sexual escapades, Jacobs responded to the orgy exposé with his trademark mix of candor and humor via Instagram, writing, "Wild? I'd say 'mild'," and wishing the blabbermouth guest "good health, happiness, and a long life to enjoy taking advantage of the kindness of strangers and talking shit about others."
Jacobs took far less kindly to Callahan's takedown, however. In another Instagram post, he penned a scathing open letter to the journalist, before linking to a far more sensitive piece about himself published to another blog.
An open letter to MAUREEN CALLAHAN
Girl, I think I understand your pain. You're a sick woman. It must be such a sad, unfulfilling and lonely existence to get paid for "writing" (I use the term loosely) an article put together from out of context information "written" by other journalists over a period of time, for different periodicals, in different countries. I can't even imagine your suffering having made a life and name working for what has to be the worlds worst, trashiest, and most irresponsible of "newspapers" (LOL)! I can imagine the powerful and fulfilling feeling you must feel with each piece you "write" that helps yourself and your readers feel better about their lives by putting down others who are so fortunate as to have been blessed with a genuine passion for creation. Those creative individuals who like everyone else has feelings, a sexual appetite, "issues", character defects, and professional ups and downs. If you were a real writer and not the parasite feeding off of the successes and failures of others I wouldn't bother writing my thoughts here. I do feel sorry for you. Please know you are in my prayers. I hope you will someday find something, somewhere that gives you pleasure...and not at another's expense. Should that moment happen for you, please don't thank me. I only wish the best for everyone. Even you.
Sincerely and disrespectfully,
falkdjfkaldjf @ terry crews and kendrick dancing
Adele shares her guilty-pleasure TV shows https://t.co/U3pR2FVwVO— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) October 28, 2015
- Adele's guilty-pleasure TV shows are MTV’s Teen Mom, The Walking Dead, and American Horror Story.
what's your guilty pleasure shows?
celinedion Hello Instagram! / Bonjour Instagram! #firstselfie
Celine joined instagram yesterday!
She's currently working on her french album which is supposed to be released next year. She's also going to record an English album which is supposed to be released in 2017.
What's your favorite instagram account ONTD?!
allegedly he got fired by the majority shareholder Shaw-Lan Wang
he's going to Dior y/y?
Scott Feinberg edition
1. Leonardo DiCaprio - The Revenant
2. Matt Damon - The Martian
3. Johnny Depp - Black Mass
4. Will Smith - Concussion
5. Eddie Redmayne - The Danish Girl
1. Brie Larson - Room
2. Saoirse Ronan - Brooklyn
3. Jennifer Lawrence - Joy
4. Cate Blanchett - Carol
5. Blythe Danner - I’ll See You in My Dreams (huh)
Best Supporting Actor
1. Tom Hardy - The Revenant
2. Paul Dano - Love & Mercy (huh)
3. Mark Ruffalo - Spotlight
4. Michael Keaton - Spotlight
5. Mark Rylance - Bridge of Spies
Best Supporting Actress
1. Alicia Vikander - The Danish Girl
2. Rooney Mara - Carol
3. Kate Winslet - Steve Jobs
4. Jane Fonda - Youth
5. Elizabeth Banks - Love & Mercy (huh)
more weird predictions @ hollywoodreporter
Brie needs a tag!
Someone had an interview with noted ginger bridge troll Ed Sheeran, who confirmed he's friends with taylor swift.
When asked if he ever hangs out with Taylor's #squad, he said "It's not a vaginas-only club."
ontd, do you refer to women as vaginas?
Demi Lovato performs "Confident" on Good Morning America with live band.
Confident is No.1 on Global Album Charts
Demetria Devonne 'Demi' Lovato's fifth studio album Confident, debuted at #1 on the Global Chart Album with 186,000 sales. The biggest part of it comes from the USA with 76,600 copies, but the set sold also extraordinarily in Latin America, especially (Come to) Brazil and Mexico. Her last self-titled album landed at no.2 with 139,000 in the week 22, 2013.
American a cappella group, Pentatonix landed no.2 on the charts with 118,000 units sold.
Source: Youtube | Global Album Charts / Media Traffic
Cracker Barrel, who?
Yeah...not making friends here: https://t.co/Y4Hb5cva28— Lexi Alexander (@Lexialex) October 29, 2015
It's still so surreal. Turns out being outspoken against bullshit is popular with a few people after all. 😏 https://t.co/T80EsZcdTk— Lexi Alexander (@Lexialex) October 29, 2015
It's a short interview, so I would definitely read. A great standout:
A lot of talk has surrounded Effie Brown and the current season of Project Greenlight — what should viewers take away from this show when it comes to the treatment of women in Hollywood?
It’s a case study of how Hollywood functions: The passive-aggressive punishment from the mighty and powerful when someone disrupts their fake PR liberalism. I mean, you have to have some nerve to quit the show, like the Farrelly brothers, or shut someone up right on camera, like Matt Damon did to Effie merely because someone questions their rather ambiguous commitment to diversity and inclusion. Effie is a successful, black female producer, a fact that seemed to fly right over their heads.
-She's tried to pick different characters who aren't the same
-Thinks that director Natalia Leite and Alexandra Leite (producer of Bare) are very talented
-When asked if she feels close to the LGBT community she says she feels like people should be represented and tell their stories
Bare trailer in case ya missed it
She's currently filming Hollow In The Land
diannaagron #hotlinebling #HollowInTheLand
diannaagron When you and your stunt double look practically identical. 😂 Wide shots. Really, really wide shots. 👩🏼👨🏼🚙🎥
jessicasueann Caterpillar Camouflage 🐛@diannaagron #WhereIsDi #HollowInTheLand
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From the article:
"In ten years of filmmaking, films with male leads grossed an average of $80.6 million, while top-grossing films within the same time frame starring female leads grossed an average of $126.1 million."
There's also an animated version here.
Everyone knows them.You have probably told one, or you heard it as a "true story" from a friend of a friend. These modern horror folktales stick with us regardless of logic and truth. Here are five urban legends that continue to creep us out to this day, and the movies, TV shows, and books that they have inspired.
Fright (1971): A babysitter's life is in peril as her charge's dangerous father escapes from a mental hospital.
30 Rock, episode "Corporate Crush": Liz Lemon's boss Jack becomes too attached to her boyfriend Floyd. He constantly calls the couple as they hide out in Lemon's apartment. The infamous "the call is coming from inside the house" is jokingly uttered by Liz as they realize Jack is in the building.
The Babysitter quadrilogy (1989-1995) by R.L. Stine: Jenny is being tormented over the phone while babysitting. In the first book, the caller and killer is the father of the child she is watching over; Jenny's therapist's receptionist is responsible in the second entry; in the third book, Jenny herself is threatening her cousin over the phone; and finally in the last of the series, the danger at hand is caused by the ghosts of two dead kids.
|In 1950, thirteen-year old Janett Christman was murdered by an unknown assailant in Columbia, Missouri while babysitting. Although the window was broken with a garden hose, evidence contradicts that the intruder ever entered that way. It is presumed that Janett recognized her killer, and she opened the front door for them. Local authorities received a brief phone call from Christman during the crime, but it was too late. The prime suspect, Robert Mueller, passed a lie detector test and later sued the police for holding him illegally. The crime remains unsolved. (For more information, watch the documentary Killer Legends.) SOURCE|
Nightmares(1983): The first story ("Terror in Topanga") in this horror omnibus features a woman in need of cigarettes. Despite there being a warning out about a killer on the loose, the woman goes out that night to find some smokes.
Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, segment "Bright Lights": A woman refutes a trucker's flirtations at a diner, and she drives out of the parking lot without realizing someone is in her back seat. The story was deemed false.
Bad Monkeys (2007) by Matt Ruff: The myth makes its way into the story, but it does not play out in the traditional way. A character says, "There's a guy with an ax hiding behind the driver's seat, isn't there. Don't worry, he's not going to hurt me."
John Dies at the End (2007) by David Wong: The protagonist discovers someone in his back seat, but this person seems to only want to talk. For now.
The modern adage of "check your back seats before you get in" is not unheard of, and there seems to be a few real life crimes with similarities to the myth.
Campfire Tales (1997): A teen is stalked by an online predator pretending to be a girl named "Jessica." As her family leaves her home alone with the dog, "Jessica" comes over to play...|
Urban Legends: Bloody Mary (2005): When his friends start to die off, a jock hides out in a motel room with his dog. He has a rude awakening, though. The legend is mentioned in the previous movie, Urban Legends: Final Cut, too.
|Supernatural, episode "Family Remains": A girl feels her "dog" lick her hand from under the bed, but then sees her dog come in from the hallway. In the episode "Hook Man," a few well known urban legends - including the "Aren't you glad you didn't turn the lights on?" one - are played out.|
|Fortunately for everyone, no. The legend as well as the related ones were probably created as a cautionary tale for women being on their own or living alone.|
The Lady Vanishes (1938): Aboard a train, a socialite says an elderly passenger has disappeared, but no one has even heard of or seen this missing woman. Remade twice: once in 1979 and again in 2013.|
So Long at the Fair (1950): A woman in Paris believes her brother has gone missing from their hotel. However, the staff has no recollection of him ever checking in.
Dangerous Crossing (1953): On a cruise, a wife says her husband has gone missing. Yet the manifest lists her as traveling alone. Remade as a TV movie, Treacherous Crossing, in 1992.
Bunny Lake is Missing (1965): Ann's daughter is nowhere to be found when she goes to pick her up at school, and no one believes that she ever existed.
Flightplan (2005): A recent widow with her young daughter in tow escorts her husband's body back to America from Berlin. After dozing off in mid-flight, the woman wakes up to find her daughter missing. The whole plane has no memory of the child ever getting on the plane.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents, episode "Into Thin Air": In a Parisian hotel, a woman claims her mother has gone missing from their room. Of course the staff has no record of her.|
Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, segment "Room 245": Follows the original legend, and it is labeled as "Fact."
|The End of Her Honeymoon (1913) by Marie Belloc Lowndes: On her honeymoon, a newlywed's husband disappears from their hotel.|
|There is conflicting information about the origins of this legend. While some say it is based on factual instances where hotels had to secretly discard of guests stricken with the plague, there is a lack of recorded evidence.|
Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (1987): In this supernatural sequel to the slasher Prom Night, a high school student accidentally unleashes the vengeful ghost of a 1957 mean girl named Mary Lou (one of Bloody Mary's nicknames). Mary Lou returned in Prom Night III.
The X-Files, episode "Syzygy": Characters play Bloody Mary in the episode.
Mary: The Summoning (2014) by Hillary Monahan: Shauna and her friends mess up the ritual for calling Mary Worth. Now their lives are in danger.
Say Her Name (2014) by James Dawson: When some boarding school kids play Bloody Mary, one girl wakes up with the message "Five days" written on her bathroom mirror.
It highly possible that the game is derived from old divination rituals used by the unmarried. In the dark, you said a rhyme that led to a glimpse of your future wife or husband in the mirror. There is also the universal belief that mirrors are the portals between the worlds of the living and the dead.
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What's your favorite urban legend, ONTD? Know any true crimes that sound like they were inspired by these myths?
-James Packer opened his 4.4 billion casino in Macau called Studio City
-Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert DeNiro and Martin Scorsese attended because they were in a short film promoting the casino
James, Leo, Martin, Brett Ratner, Robert DeNiro and his wife Grace
Emotions (starts at 2 20)
Always Be My Baby
We Belong Together
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