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- Recent hit song "Roly Poly"
- Previous hit concept "Bo Beep Bo Beep"
- Controversy over Native American cultural appropriation
- Controversy over plagiarizing Britney Spears
- Bullying in South Korean schools continues as students commit suicide over bullying at school
- Bullying in South Korea is deemed cause of recent rise in suicides in the nation source
- News of the incident makes it to Japan, in the midst of Hallyu wave (by which Korean culture is spread through different nations like Japan) and obviously puts a dent on the South Korean image source
- Hwayoung suffers from a leg injury, which makes her unable to participate in one of T-ara's concerts in Japan
- After the concert, the other T-ara members Tweet about the performance saying things like "The differences in levels of determination^^ Let us all have more determination." and "A position can make or break a person, but determination can make a person too. Sigh, it’s unfortunate. You have to know to take care of the people around you."
- Meanwhile, Hwayoung tweets “Sometimes, even determination alone is not enough. At times like these, I feel upset but I trust that it’s a blessing in disguise from the heavens. God, you know everything right?”
- Hwayoung's twin sister also Tweets “My better half is suffering. My heart hurts. No matter what anyone else says, (Hwayoung), you can get through this”
- Fans find video clips of various members of T-ara hitting Hwayoung
- Fans find video of member Eunjung shoving a huge rice cake into Hwayoung's mouth causing her to choke
- Member Boram is seen purposely destroying Hwayoung's umbrella while a member of another group comes to help Hwayoung source
- The record label claims staff complained about Hwayoung's poor attitude
- They claimed there was no bullying involved, and that the situation has been exaggerated
- Hwayoung tweets "...facts without any truth" in response to her being kicked out and the label's claims
- Label says there was no bullying, again
- Label claims Hwayoung had a bad attitude and refused to perform WHEN HER LEG WAS BROKEN
- Begins to blame all other controversies surrounding T-ara on Hwayoung's bad attitude
- Producer at one of Korea's largest broadcasting stations claims that he will never hire T-ara again source
- T-ara's official fan club changes its name to "T-Jinyo", bans all the original T-ara fans, and turns into a website in support of Hwayoung and anti-bullying source
- Former fans and other Koreans demand members be pulled from shows source
- Online petition begins pushing for T-ara to disband and gains over 100,000 signatures in a matter of days source
- T-ara announces they will be temporarily halting scheduled comebacks and performances source
- Companies begin to cancel contracts with T-ara and begin to pull them out from endorsement deals and avertisements source
- When Hwayoung messed up a bit of the choreography, Jiyeon slapped her
- Soyeon was sarcastic and scolded Hwayoung that she should've tried harder since she was new in the group
- Record label claimed that these were false, and that they have already filed a police report.
- The police respond that no such report was filed
- More rumors of other Korean groups bullying each other begin to arise
- Record labels begin to ban their artists from using social networking (such as Twitter) and begin to hold face-to-face meetings to tackle the problem of bullying source
- Record label CCM claims that Hwayoung was very rude, and decided she did not want to perform several minutes before the group was supposed to go live
- They also claimed that Hwayoung threw down her crutches and threatened to make a scene
- Witnesses refuted these claims and said they were simply not true and that in fact, Hwayoung was seen locked out of T-ara's waiting room crying
- Hwayoung tweets “To my fans, you’ve loved me until now, and I’m sorry that I’ve only given you disappointment. Please stop now, and look forward to our more mature and improved selves in the future. I apologize for making you worry during this time. I also want to apologize to my Core Contents Media family. I’ll greet you all with a better image next time.”
- Fans are speculating she was made to post this since her twin sister Hyoyoung is also within CCM and there are rumors that CCM is holding Hyoyoung as sort of a hostage to keep Hwayoung quiet
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Amelia Lily's "You Bring Me Joy" (produced by Xenomania) will be released in the UK on August 26.
That right there is the new Hugo Boss campaign staring Gwyneth Paltrow. Granted, it’s not as strange as her Coach campaign–in which the actress’ expression seemed to scream, “Are these what the poor call handbags?” This time around, things just look extremely stiff, uncomfortable, and overly retouched. The print ads look like every other print ad, but the television spot is another story…
Get ready for the most awkward commercial you’ve seen in a while.
TVLine has learned that as Bellamy Young embarks on her first season as a series regular on ABC’s Scandal, she will also squeeze at least two more appearances on CBS’ Criminal Minds, where she plays the love interest of Thomas Gibson’s Agent Aaron Hotchner.
Being able to wrap sweet Beth Clemmons’ storyline “is such an incredible gift, because it balances out everything I get to do on Scandal, where I’m very arch — and frequently angry” — as scorned First Lady Mellie Grant, Young tells TVLine.
Young says her Criminal Minds run, which began last December, was “amazing” in that she had to win over a fan base that, in part, wanted the character of Hotch to pair up with colleague Emily Prentiss (played by Paget Brewster). Some viewers, though, reacted to the storyline by saying, “‘Oh, Hotch is so much happier now!’” the actress related. “‘Beth has come into his life, and we can see his family life and the other sides of him.’
“It’s been nice for them and me to see that glimmer in his eye,” she says of the widower’s new chance at romance, “and see a smile once in a while.”
Though Young says it will be “terrible” to ultimately bid Minds a final farewell, she’s happy to have any chance at some closure.
“I was afraid that I wouldn’t get to say goodbye, so I was so thrilled that [Scandal showrunner] Shonda [Rhimes], bless her heart, let me do a few more shows over [on the CBS procedural],” the Dirty Sexy Money alumna shares. “I just got the [season premiere] script and the storyline is lovely and warm and positive…. I can’t want to see where it goes!”
From TV Guide:
I might be the only one, but I am sad about Hotch and Beth's breakup on Criminal Minds. How will it affect Hotch? — Stephanie
ADAM: Cheer up, Stephanie! Although Bellamy Young, who plays Beth, will have a limited presence on Minds this season since she's just been made a series regular on ABC's Scandal, executive producer Erica Messer assures us that Hotch isn't in for more heartbreak. "She will be back to answer why she won't be around for a little while," she says. "We have her for three episodes, so we want to use her and explain what's going on between them. [But] they're not breaking up." Feel better?
JoJo (Miss Needs to Release an Album This Century Please) talks about her new single "Demonstrate", white girl rappers (lol i think she switched to "female" instead of "white), Drake, Azealia Banks, Frank Ocean and being in the studio.
on Frank Ocean and the way certain people have reacted to his coming out: "It's a bummer when ignorance is at the forefront sometimes and you just hear it more, but there's a lot more people that are loving and accepting than those that are talking smack."
The two actors will portray Scott Thorson and Liberace in the upcoming biopic, Behind the Candelabra, which is being directed by Steven Soderbergh.
The movie will look at the relationship between Liberace and Scott who first met the entertainer when he was 17. He was later hired by Liberace as a personal companion - a position that turned into a five-year romantic relationship. Following the demise of their relationship, Scott filed a multi-million dollar palimony suit against Liberace.
Gore Vidal, the iconoclastic writer, savvy analyst and imperious gadfly on the national conscience, has died. He was 86.
Vidal died Tuesday at his home in the Hollywood Hills of complications of pneumonia, said nephew Burr Steers.
Vidal was a literary juggernaut who wrote 25 novels, including historical works such as “Lincoln” and “Burr” and satires such as “Myra Breckinridge” and “Duluth.” He was also a prolific essayist whose pieces on politics, sexuality, religion and literature -- once described as “elegantly sustained demolition derbies” -- both delighted and inflamed and in 1993 earned him a National Book Award for his massive “United States Essays, 1952-1992.”
Threaded throughout his pieces are anecdotes about his famous friends and foes, who included Anais Nin, Tennessee Williams, Christopher Isherwood, Orson Welles, Truman Capote, Frank Sinatra, Jack Kerouac, Marlon Brando, Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Eleanor Roosevelt and a variety of Kennedys. He counted Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Al Gore among his relatives.
He also wrote Broadway hits, screenplays, television dramas and a trio of mysteries under a pseudonym that remain in print after 50 years.
When he wasn’t writing, he was popping up in movies, playing himself in “Fellini’s Roma,” a sinister plotter in sci-fi thriller “Gattaca” and a U.S. senator in “Bob Roberts.” In other spare moments, he made two entertaining but unsuccessful forays into politics, running for the Senate from California and Congress in New York, and established himself as a master of talk-show punditry who demolished intellectual rivals like Norman Mailer and William F. Buckley with acidic one-liners.
“Style,” Vidal once said, “is knowing who you are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn.” By that definition, he was an emperor of style, sophisticated and cantankerous in his prophesies of America’s fate and refusal to let others define him.
As a child of pop culture, it should come as no little surprise that most of my psyche was formed by various cartoon and film studios and is tragically underequipped to manage real life, even to this day, which is why you can only find me on the Internet, as I tend to shun the sun like some kind of eyeless deep-cave newt.
While you can easily rely on film to teach you how to deal with everyday situations like terrorism, dinosaurs and hangovers, the sad truth is that the formation of one's sexual identity is probably something best not placed in the hands of Bruce Willis or National Lampoon. I mean, I think.
As it happens, my sexual awakening was a slow, shameful thing spurred by a handful of pop culture icons that, for one reason or another, stirred something vaguely confusing deep inside me, and will now be used to stir something vaguely off-putting in all of you.
#6. Minnie Mouse
I wouldn't start with this entry normally, save for the fact that I'm trying to work chronologically as best as my memory will allow. My memory is terrible, incidentally, something to do with hiding in plastic bags as a kid. But I do have one image, a flash burned into my brain, that comes with a vague sense of physical awareness of myself and where I was at the time, and how I felt. That image was Minnie Mouse, her back to me, looking over her shoulder and showing some mouse panties. It looked like she wanted it. Is that sick? That's probably sick. I'm going to be honest, I don't give a shit. What is Minnie, like 80 years old now? I'm normal, man. You're the one with the problem.
This was 1980s Minnie -- she was a little more haughty than today's Minnie, but also a little more lascivious. Just a touch. The difference between Britney Spears in the "Baby One More Time" video and Britney during that period before she went crazy when she looked like she'd probably do you if you could just find a way to make her stop crying for a few hours. Probably by giving her some ham salad. Chicks dig that.
I have no idea what the video or cartoon was in which this scene was located, though my brain tells me it was some kind of music video in which Minnie was singing to Mickey. But I remember that scene and I remember thinking "huh." Now in my adulthood, I'm just so disappointed in myself for knowing this happened to me, but that "huh" was a prepubescent precursor to it moving. Which is to say, it didn't move, but it was thinking about it. And it was thinking about it because I got a flash of animated mouse ass and a bit of a slutty mouse expression.
#5. The Boob Tree
I think I may have been 5 or 6 the first time I saw the movie The Last Unicorn, so none of this is my fault. As a kid, you're always mere inches away from Forrest Gumping into something amazing, or getting your head stuck in a banister. It's the luck of the draw, and your choices mean nothing because you're a kid and you suck. Anyway, look at this:
That's a scene in which the magician Schmendrick makes a tree come to life and it turns out to be rocking some F cups in which she encases the poor Jewish wizard. Being smothered by massive oak boobies seemed like an awesome idea to me when I was a kid, so this was always my favorite scene of the movie. Honestly, even now, the theory behind my love of this still seems sound. I would do this if I thought I could get away with it without anyone knowing. Plus, you know, I'd need wizard skills. And, in fairness, if I had wizard skills I could probably find any number of more satisfying ways to use them, but we're not here to poke holes in my shameful fantasies.
The thing about being a kid is that tree titties are appealing even if the tree itself seems to be the wooden version of Angela Lansbury, which should be enough to put anyone off no matter how busty it is, but whatever, I probably ate paint and stuff back then, too, what did I know?
I'm not insane, Cheetara was naked in the first episode of Thundercats, right? Look at this:
But then what are those crotch lines? And where do new Thundercats come from if they have no Thunderjunk? And why was I still inexplicably attracted to Cheetara even though she had no female parts? Was it just the idea of her femininity? Her wily, sexy, feline femininity? Chicks who can kick your ass are hot, especially if they clean up afterward by licking their own crotch. I think. I certainly thought so back then. Like not explicitly -- I think it would be weird for a 7-year-old to be actively wishing to be sexually brutalized by an anthropomorphic cat lady -- but there was something there.
Most female characters in cartoons were vaguely useless even if they were heroes -- what the hell was She-Ra's deal? She had a voice like a tubal ligation, and I'm not even sure that means what I think it means, but it really doesn't matter because she sucked. She brought He-Man down.
Cheetara, on the other hand, was all leapy and fighty, and her voice was like a librarian who didn't give a shit about you. In retrospect, perhaps I'd been damaged by a female authority figure at some point, but in any event, for a cartoon cat lady, she had some nice curves.
#3. April O'Neil
This story is much more of a tragic romance than the first three, so maybe get yourself some tissues. Like different ones from the fapping tissues. Like any normal boy, I watched Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and, of course, had plans to be one, which would afford me a luxurious lifestyle of pizza and kicking ass while chilling in a shitty sewer. It would be a fairly simple transition from schoolboy to ninja turtle, and it would be mostly facilitated by my knowledgeable rat master. There wasn't much to worry about. And the big upside to this was April O'Neil, intrepid reporter and super hot redhead who took it upon herself to wear a skintight yellow jumpsuit every day of her life. Meow.
When I got word of the existence of a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie back in the day, I was of course stoked. This was pretty much the defining moment of my life up to that point, because I was an idiot and my parents didn't really enjoy my company. The room under the stairs was lonely save for my Ninja Turtle sticker books and a bust of Gary Busey that chastised me for not setting fires. Nonetheless, I was all about overlooking the jarring presence of Corey Feldman's voice and immersing myself totally in this movie. And then I saw April O'Neil.
My adult self will start out with an apology to actress Judith Hoag, who I am sure is just a super lady, but my child self wanted to push your ass off a cliff into a pit filled with sharks that were swimming in glass shards and Fresca. Ms. Hoag, you were no April O'Neil. My one-time happy feelings brought on by the prospect of cartoon naughty were dashed like a melon under the hammer of the callous and cruel Gallagher at the presence of this unbusty, unyellow-jumpsuit-clad non-humptastic reporter. April O'Neil was like underdeveloped boner Miracle-Gro and you were a turd on a tulip. Fuck.
#2. The Golden Girls
Don't you fuckin' judge me! I don't want anyone running off to Twitter talking about how Ian Fortey got his first boner thanks to Bea Arthur, because that's a half truth at best. Unlike the other entries in this list, it wasn't so much that there was a particular Golden Girl who my addled, child brain had somehow rationalized into a sex symbol; even when my body was devoid of all male hormones completely, I wasn't that insane. It was just that, and I don't know if you noticed this, The Golden Girls was the nastiest damn show on TV. And it featured a bunch of grandmas, so no one seemed to give a shit that right in prime time every episode was about a bunch of post-menopausal sluttery. And good for them for being strong female characters in charge of their own sexuality and yadda snore zzzz, but there were even episodes in which Sophia got her nasty on. Sophia, who was so old that her vagina could only be opened by a team of skilled men led by Howard Carter and is rumored to have killed half of them with a terrible curse as they excavated it for the gold and ancient treasures hidden therein by long-dead pharaohs.
Every episode of The Golden Girls, every single one, had at least some storyline devoted to sex, generally focused on Blanche, who was "the sexy one" (which, as a description, would be on par with lining up four turds and picking out the most appetizing one). With all that degenerate, retiree dirty talk going on, it was nigh on impossible to not develop an ability to wield sexual euphemism with the skill of Bea Arthur, and make no mistake, that woman could toss out a nasty joke. I wouldn't have thrown a shot in her, but I would have been proud to do it in the room with her cheering me on.
Thanks to The Golden Girls, I was aware that it was possible for a woman to have sex with a football team, or an entire boat on shore leave, or a new man each and every day for literally 100 years. Nowadays we have pop stars who can do that, but back in the day, no one who was under 12 knew anything about that kind of thing if they didn't watch the show.
#1. Peg Bundy
To this day I would do Peg Bundy so nasty, I should be ashamed of myself. But of course I'm incapable of shame, which is why I write Internet comedy. Married With Children was one of Fox's big hits in the realm of raunch and was a flagstone in the curious dichotomy of ultra conservative news coverage vs. ultra lowbrow comedy, as though neither was aware the other was on the same network.
Back when I first saw Married With Children, I'd never seen a mom character like Peg before. She wore skintight pants and had giant red hair and was always horny. Honestly, I couldn't fathom anything else I would ever need in life. A lot of guys may have been infatuated with Kelly Bundy, but I was a hardcore Peg fan.
I have vague memories of being in my early teens and thinking that the wondrous simplicity of a woman who wanted to eat bonbons, watch TV and bone was like some kind of paradise on Earth. Plus she seemed to have fairly stately cleavage at a time when there wasn't a ton of appealing boobs on TV that I could watch without drawing suspicion. In point of fact, I was constantly afraid that any boner I got would set off some kind of silent alarm and alert my parents, friends and teachers to its presence. And worse, maybe it was happening wrong, so everyone would look at it and it'd be incorrect in some way. Like maybe it was really supposed to be a spiral and mine was all dipshitty and wrong. I didn't know. Shut up.
Point is, Peg Bundy was probably the first and most appropriately named MILF. Don't go to the comments and tell me you wanted to screw Edith Bunker, I don't give a shit about your mental illness. I'm just saying that before Peg, not a lot of TV moms were overtly sexual in a way that could warp a young mind, so she deserves credit for that.
ONTD, who are your pop culture/fictional crushes?
In an interview Monday with Howard Stern on his Sirius XM radio show, Thiessen opened up a little about why she and her former 90210 costar are no longer friends.
"We had a falling out and we grew apart," Thiessen, 38, said. "I was the one who was hurt, let's just say that. I was the one who was hurt."
She declined to go into why they had that "falling out." Before that, however, Thiessen was a bridesmaid in Garth's wedding to Peter Faccinelli and even "saw her give birth to her first child."
"It's funny, our relationship started really rough and ended the way it started" Thiessen said. "It's water under the bridge…I've moved on. I wish her well."
Another former costar Thiessen no longer considers a pal? Tori Spelling.
The White Collar star said Spelling's 2006 split from husband Charlie Shanian was "a hard situation for everybody" because "we were close with Charlie…My best friend was Charlie's roommate."
Thiessen said she and Spelling are civil now. "Our kids go to the same school, and she's moved on,". "I'm glad she's happy, and she's having tons of kids and she's great. I'm happy for her."
*full radio interview. the Jenni & Tori portion begins at 15:25
In less than 48 hours, "Triumphant (Get 'Em)" will make its world premiere on Chicago's B96! This has been confirmed by Jermaine Dupri via Twitter, and the B96 website. (Click here for B96's announcement.)
Fans outside of Chicago can listen to the station's live stream by clicking here.
The Queen is preparing for WORLD DOMINATION tbh! Tell your faves to hold on to their wigs cause Mimi is back to Get 'Em. Stay triumphant bitches ;)
Amy Poehler answers a question about friendship in her newest episode of Ask Amy from Smart Girls at the Party.
Someone we all know & love makes a quick appearance at the end of the video too.
FRIENDSHIP POST: the good, bad, tough, silly, etc...
What You May Know T-ara From
main rapper, was added to the group last
JIYEON, QRI, EUNJUNG, HYOMIN, BORAM, SOYEON
July 25: South Korea teenagers bullied to death source
July 27: T-ara members’ tweets following Budokan concert receive some criticism source
July 29: Fans begin to find cases in which Hwayoung was bullied source
July 30: T-ara's recording company CCM announces Hwayoung will be kicked out of T-ara source
July 30: Hwayoung strikes back on Twitter source
July 30: CCM begins to bad mouth Hwayoung after her Tweets source
July 30: Backlash against T-ara begins as rumors of bullying continue to spread
July 30: Former back-up dancers confesses that T-ara member Jiyeon once slapped Hwayoung over small dance mistake source
July 30: Two more idol groups suspected of bullying? source
July 30: More mudslinging occurs source
July 31: Hwayoung apologizes on Twitter after being seen outside of CCM's offices source
Miley Cyrus lets loose and poses topless in a private shoot for her beau Liam Hemsworth.
Photographed by her close friend & photographer Vijat, this photo was taken almost a year or ago or two, when Miley was 18.
Posing in a tub topless showing off her dream-catcher tattoo and bit of side-boob, the photo was actually part of a private shoot she arranged intentionally for her fiance’s eyes only.
We love it anyways.
vanity fair sept 2012
“I’m the unknown everyone’s already sick of,” Jessica Chastain insists, the self-effacing actress telling Vanity Fair contributing editor Evgenia Peretz about her near-crippling insecurity and sensitivity in September’s issue . Even after starring in six films in the past year, Chastain seems not to grasp the fact that she’s made it big: “I have a feeling that very soon I’m going to fail very, very big. I’m going to try something and everybody’s going to be like, ‘What was she thinking?’” Chastain says to Peretz.
Chastain—named to this year’s International Best-Dressed List for her clean, classic style—freely admits that she cries constantly, often for no real reason. Telling Peretz about crying when a security guard yelled at her for coming in through the wrong entrance at Manhattan’s Crosby Street Hotel earlier that day, she begins to well up again: “Even just talking about it now . . . I really get affected by things.” This is typical of Chastain: at her first red-carpet appearance at Cannes, last year for Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life, she says she was plagued with a nagging worry: “Will someone be mean to me?” Because of all the potential for meanness, “I don’t want people to look at me,” Chastain confesses to Peretz, which she acknowledges sounds strange coming from an actress. “I’ve spent my life being embarrassed,” she adds.
But Chastain is the queen of using her self-doubt as fuel. For her upcoming role in the Broadway revival of The Heiress, Chastain has been driving herself crazy thinking about how to nail Catherine Sloper’s character: “I haven’t been this unsure in a long time. I don’t feel like ‘Oh yeah, I’m going to nail this.’ I feel really, really terrified.” But ultimately Chastain understands that the anxiety means something important. She sums up her artistic credo: “Maybe if you’re afraid of it, you should look more into it.
Harry Potter Wizards Collection box set has 31 dvd's and a whole pile of extra stuff.
Drawers with maps and booklets full of artifacts and labels for movie props, etc.
Cloth map of Hogwarts!!! Paper map of blueprint of Hogwarts Castle!!!
SALAZAR SLYTHERIN'S LOCKET!!!!
Only 63,000 units are available- and each one comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity.
PLUS!! One of the Hottest Things on This Planet -- Matthew Lewis is a presenter.
MODS!! I added the cut, I added the tag, I added the source--- the images are pulled from the youtube presentation and the text is ALL ORIGINAL COMMENTARY BY ME.....
Here Matthew discovers the "secret" dvd- which is actually his gay porn with him and Daniel Radcliffe getting it on---
Kristin Bauer Van Straten might be all fangs and attitude on hit show True Blood, but she has a major soft spot for animals. The on-screen vampire (that’s Pam, for those of you who’ve spent the past few years hiding under a rock) told Racked reporters that the first question she was asked about the upcoming HSN x HBO Forsaken Beauty Collection Inspired by True Blood was “Is there animal testing?” (The answer to that very good question, by the way, is a hearty no.)
The line, which will debut on HSN on August 9th, will include sultry nail polish shades from Deborah Lippmann inspired by the show’s leading ladies. But what I’m dying to sink my lips into is a blackberry gloss aptly named ‘Bite Me.’ A fragrance, body cream, and scents for the home will also be sold, sans any animal suffering.
It looks like I’ve found the perfect fall makeup picks to stock up on! Now, if only sexy vampires came along with this stash…
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Today is Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, during which some customers have organized to support the fast-food chain over one of its chief executives publicly stated opposition to same-sex marriage.
In this new video from Funny Or Die, actor John Goodman portrays KFC founder Colonel Sanders as he weighs in on the controversy. Warning: the video does contain some mildly not-safe-for-work language.
"When it comes to the subjugation of marriage rights, I reckon I'm a bit more progressive than my pals down at Chick-fil-A," Goodman says, wearing a wig and white suit. "Yup, let it be known that Colonel Sanders loves the gays. Hell, I might even be gay."
The video is shot in a grainy contrast, mirroring some of KFC's famous commercials from several decades ago, featuring the company's founder.
"I know what you're thinking as you're snuggling up there with your bear, 'How do I know you're not just gibberin' this jab to win more of my gay business? Well, you don't," Goodman says.
"But if you have to pick one chicken chain, why not pick us? I know their service is better, but we got those bowls."
The trailer for the all-new DC Universe animated original movie "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1" has arrived and MTV has it posted.
The Peter Weller stars as the aged Caped Crusader in this adaptation of Frank Miller's iconic graphic novel. In "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, pt. 1":
...it’s been a decade since Bruce Wayne hung up his cape, following most of the other superheroes who had been forced into retirement. Facing the downside of middle age, a restless Bruce Wayne pacifies his frustration with race cars and liquor – but the bat still beckons as he watches his city fall prey to gangs of barbaric criminals known as The Mutants.
The return of Harvey Dent as Two-Face finally prompts Wayne to once again don the Dark Knight’s cowl, and his dramatic capture of the villain returns him to crime-fighting – simultaneously making him the target of law enforcement and the new hope for a desolate Gotham City. Particularly inspired is a teenage girl named Carrie, who adopts the persona of Robin and ultimately saves Batman from a brutal attack by the Mutant leader. Armed with a new sidekick, and re-energized with a definitive purpose, the Dark Knight returns to protect Gotham from foes new...and old.
Joining Weller is David Selby as Commissioner Gordon, Ariel Winter as Robin, Wade Williams as Two-Face and Michael McKean as Dr. Bartholomew Wolper. The film is directed by Jay Oliva, written by Bob Goodman and executive produced by Sam Register and the legendary Bruce Timm.
"Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1" hits Blu-ray Combo Pack & DVD and download on September 25, 2012 from Warner Home Video.
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I'm putting the picture behind a cut for those who wish to remain unspoiled.
Someone really needs to take the photoshop away from the BBC. They are out of control. Also not a fan of the staging of this, with Amy as the passive woman in need of rescue.
Recently, a few new photos from (one of the many) Game of Thrones season three sets has come to light, showing a small portion of one of the larger houses of Westeros. Yes, just when you think you’ve gotten a grasp on all of the characters and locations in Game of Thrones, there’s a new season on the horizon full of even more people and places to keep track of. But for fans of the book series, the revelations in casting and location scouting are exciting in order to see how showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are adapting certain aspects of the A Song of Ice and Fire world.
The pictures are most certainly showing details from Riverrun, home of House Tully. Catelyn Stark originally hailed from here, in what’s called the Riverlands (the area which the house rules over), before marrying Ned Stark and moving to Winterfell. For the photos and more notes on Riverrun, hit the jump.
Riverrun is one of the Great Houses of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, which includes Winterfell, Casterly Rock (Lannister), Storm’s End (Baratheon) and many more. The house sigil – or insignia – is a leaping trout (shown in the photos), accompanied by blue and red banner colors (also pictured) as well as the motto “Family, Duty, Honor.”
The set looks – like most things in the show – pretty darn cool. In Season 3 we’ll meet a few new characters related to Rivverrun, including Catelyn’s uncle Brynden (a fan favorite), also known as the Blackfish, as well as her hot-headed brother Edmure.
The third season of Game of Thrones is schedule to air on HBO in late March 2013.
And as an added bonus from Finn Jones twitter:
fauxkaren, this one's all yours tbh