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    August 1st started TCM's month long series. Every day a new star. Below are 5 must see films to watch during the month (according to me, at least) along with the full schedule. What are you planning on watching?

    The Long Long Trailer - Lucille Ball - August 3rd, 12am EST

    Critically slammed but loved by movie watchers, this 1953 film stars Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz at the height of their TV fame. Now an iconic film in the screwball comedy genre, the film chronicles a couple who buy a trailer and travel around the country, with their family, for a year. A companion to I Love Lucy, in a sense, the NYT original review states "It is an hour and a half of the sort of nonsense you might get in one good, fast "Lucy" show."

    Suddenly Last Summer - Montgomery Clift - August 6th, 11:45am EST

    Filled with subtext upon subtext, this 1960 Tennessee Williams adaptation stars Clift, Katherine Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor and Mercedes McCambridge. Officially billed as a drama centering around homosexuality, cannibalism & psychology (touchy considering Clift's personal life), the film has been lauded for its performances and nuance. What is lacks in plot, it makes up for in depth. Hepburn & Taylor earned Oscar nominations, while Clift was snubbed, honestly.

    Dead Ringer - Bette Davis - August 21st, 2:15am EST

    TCM is showing a lot of her classics on this day: Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, Now Voyager, The Letter, and many more, but this 1964 film is forgotten classic. Not to be confused with the 80s Cronenberg film, this stars Davis as a twin: one good and one evil. Often overlooked, this is one of Davis' best performances (and messiest, let's be real). While a lot of this film may have been a bit stale, her performance pushes it over the edge.

    Contempt- Brigitte Bardot - August 23rd, 4:00am EST

    While they are showing the more iconic And God Created Woman earlier in the day, Contempt is far more interesting. This 1963 Godard film is often said to parallel The Odyssey, but can also be a fictional representation of Godard's own life. Roger Ebert's review for the film puts it perfectly: "It is interesting to see, and has moments of brilliance (the marital argument, the use of the villa steps), but its real importance is as a failed experiment. "Contempt'' taught Godard he could not make films like this, and so he included himself out, and went on to make the films he could make."

    The Black Cat - Boris Karloff - August 26th, 12:30am EST

    Official description: "American honeymooners in Hungary become trapped in the home of a Satan-worshiping priest when the bride is taken there for medical help following a road accident." And there's not much more to be said. You know what to expect from Karloff/Legosi film based on an Edgar Allan Poe story.

    Full schedule:
    August 1 - Edward G. Robinson
    August 2 - Lucille Ball
    August 3 - Bing Crosby
    August 4 - Fay Wray
    August 5 - Karl Malden
    August 6 - Montgomery Clift
    August 7 - Jean Harlow
    August 8 - Esther Williams
    August 9 - Tim Holt
    August 10 - Hedy Lamarr
    August 11 - Spencer Tracy
    August 12 - Janet Gaynor
    August 13 - Ralph Richardson
    August 14 - Cyd Charisse
    August 15 - Roddy McDowall
    August 16 - Anne Baxter
    August 17 - James Edwards
    August 18 - Angie Dickinson
    August 19 - Ruby Keeler
    August 20 - Humphrey Bogart
    August 21 - Bette Davis
    August 22 - Robert Montgomery
    August 23 - Brigitte Bardot
    August 24 - Constance Cummings
    August 25 - Van Johnson
    August 26 - Boris Karloff
    August 27 - James Garner
    August 28 - Jean Arthur
    August 29 - Charles Boyer
    August 30 - Jean Simmons
    August 31 - Dean Martin

    source & full schedule234

    apparently you can livestream tcm on their website (*if you have the appropriate cable package) here

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    - Channing Tatum and Jillian Bell will star in Splash remake (the 1984 hit with Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah) where Jillian will play the role Tom Hanks played while Channing will play the mermaid (merman) as Daryl Hannah

    - Both Tatum and Bell both starred in 22 Jump Street


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    After finally releasing her official comeback lead single ahead of the release of her third album "Mad Love" on October 14th, music legend and goddess JoJo is hitting the promo train. Feeling a little charitable, she covered a crap song by some stan, Shawn Mendes, improving the song tenfold. The poor boy agreed.

    source 1, 2, 3

    JoJo is the greatest vocalist since Mariah. Don't @ me.

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    • Pauly D scrubbed his social media of all traces of now ex-gf, Danity Kane singer Aubrey O'Day.

    • Pauly confirmed to TMZ he's broken up with Aubrey over the weekend.

    • Aubrey doesn't know this yet because she entered the Celebrity Big Brother house last week in the UK.

    • Aubrey posted a photo to her social media of Pauly and her 2 dogs before she went into the CBB house saying she 'would miss all her babies'.

    • The couple met in Fall of 2015 while filming the E! reality show Famously Single and were together for 9 months.


    ONTD, what's the most savage way you've broken up with someone?

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    Vomitface, a sludge-pop/black surf band from New York, have took to Twitter to report the vicious assault they've endured by festival security at Osheaga '16 (featuring headliners Radiohead and Lana Del Rey) in Montreal. The band is claiming security has beaten them up and that their female drummer Preetma has had her earrings ripped out. See below for more:

    Vomitface's first full length LP is due August 26th.

    Source: Twitter. </b>Official Youtube Channel.

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    -calista agreed to be on the show "when she can"
    -will appear in season premiere

    source / source

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    * Since S.Korea has announced that they would be building the US's THAAD System, the China governement has allegdly decided to retaliate by increasing restrictions on Korean entertainers (actors, MCs, idols). There are even talks of China banning Korean entertainers from broadcast.
    * This is a problem for both Korean entertainment companies, who have viewed China as the final frontier due to the decline of the Hallyu wave in Japan, and Chinese fans who may now have limited access to their favorite idols.
    * Nothing appears to be set in stone, but this story is being widely reported in K-pop circles, and China would.

    ONTD, is it finally Brazil's turn?

    Sources: 1, 2

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    - Friends showed up to support her new special Kyshadow birthday line, which hits her website today

    - Wore a sheer black-lace jumpsuit that makes it look like there's a FUPA situation going on

    - Kim was there showing off her new hairstyle as well as another hideously ill-fitting outfit, most likely picked by her husband Kanye

    - Khloé showed up sporting pink cornrows

    - According to Scott, in the family "it's not so much about materialistic items anymore because everybody does have it", now they're all about love, support and being present for everybody


    Do you look your age, ONTD?

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    Someone recorded a video of David Ayer saying "Fuck Marvel" at the Suicide Squad premiere.


    He later tweeted an apology.


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    the two have been spotted together recently in paris, nyc and la and news outlets are reporting that they're "dating"
    source :
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  • 08/02/16--09:42: New on Netflix: August 2016

  • Available August 1

    "The American Side" (2016)
    "An Inconvenient Truth" (2006)
    "APEX: The Story of The Hypercar" (2016)
    "Beethoven's Christmas Adventure" (2011)
    "Big Daddy" (1999)
    "Black Widow" (1987)
    "Critical Condition" (1987)
    "Deadfall" (2012)
    "Destination: Team USA" (2016)
    "Funny or Die Presents: Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie" (Netflix Exclusive)
    "The Family Man" (2000)
    "The Fast and the Furious" (2001)
    "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" (2006)
    "Final Destination 3" (2006)
    "From the Terrace" (1960)
    "Holding the Man" (2015) (Netflix Exclusive)
    "How to Win the US Presidency" (2016)
    "In the Shadow of the Moon" (2007)
    "ISIS: Women Unveiled" (2016)
    "Masha and the Bear": Season 2 (Netflix Exclusive)
    "Memoria" (2015)
    "The Naked Prey" (1966)
    "NCIS": Season 13
    "Pay It Forward" (2000)
    "The Real Texas Chainsaw Massacre" (2003)
    "Roseanne Collection": Collection 3
    "Sleepy Hollow" (1999)
    "Sliding Doors" (1998)
    "Star Trek: Nemesis" (2002)
    "Teacher's Pet" (1958)
    "The Verdict" (1982)
    "The Wedding Planner" (2001)
    "What Women Want" (2000)
    "Young@Heart" (2007)
    "Zack and Miri Make a Porno" (2008)

    Available August 3

    "Beat Bugs": Season 1 (Netflix Original)

    Available August 5

    "David Cross: Making America Great Again" (2016) (Netflix Original)
    "Ever After High: Epic Winter" (Netflix Original)
    "The Little Prince" (2016) (Netflix Original)

    "Punk's Dead: SLC Punk 2" (2016)
    "Slow TV: National Firewood Evening" (2016)
    "Slow TV: National Firewood Morning" (2016)
    "Slow TV: National Firewood Night" (2016)
    "Slow TV: National Knitting Evening" (2016)
    "Slow TV: National Knitting Morning" (2016)
    "Slow TV: National Knitting Night" (2016)
    "Slow TV: Northern Passage" (2016)
    "Slow TV: Northern Railway" (2016)
    "Slow TV: Salmon Fishing" (2016)
    "Slow TV: The Telemark Canal" (2016)
    "Slow TV: Train Ride Bergen to Oslo" (2016)

    Available August 6

    "The Confirmation" (2016)

    Available August 9

    "Real Husbands of Hollywood": Season 4
    "Trex" (2015)

    Available August 10

    "St. Vincent" (2014)

    Available August 11

    "Flight of the Butterflies" (2012)
    "No Country for Old Men" (2007)

    Available August 12

    "Ask the StoryBots": Season 1 (Netflix Original)
    "The Get Down: Part 1 (Netflix Original)
    "Project Mc": Season 2 (Netflix Original)

    Available August 13

    "13 Cameras" (2016)

    Available August 15

    "Louis CK: Live at The Comedy Store" (2015)

    Available August 16

    "Let's Go to Prison" (2006)
    "Our Last Tango" (2015)

    Available August 17

    "The Curse of Sleeping Beauty" (2016)
    "The Last Heist" (2016)
    "Puffin Rock": Season 2 (Netflix Original)

    Available August 19

    "Bottersnikes and Gumbles": Season 1 (Netflix Original)
    "Fearless": Season 1 (Netflix Original)
    "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead": (Netflix Original)

    Available August 21

    "Maz Jobrani: I'm Not a Terrorist, But I've Played One On TV" (2015)

    Available August 22

    "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit": The Seventeenth Year

    Available August 23 2016

    "Septembers of Shiraz" (2015)

    Available August 25

    "The Road" (2009)

    Available August 26

    "Blue Is the Warmest Color" (2013)
    "Dawn of The Croods": Season 2 (Netflix Original)
    "Glitter Force": Season 2 (Netflix Original)
    "Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy: We've Been Thinking..." (Netflix Original)

    "Once Upon a Time": Season 5
    "XOXO" (2016) (Netflix Original)

    Available August 27

    "Rams" (2015)

    Available August 29

    "The State of Marriage" (2015)

    Available August 31

    "Ku'damm 56": Season 1


    Rec time: what are you watching?

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  • 08/02/16--09:42: ONTD Roundup
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    • Season 19 will air sometime after September 21st (when season 18's finale airs)

    • It can only be viewed using CBS All Access

    • The season will be shorter; only 10 weeks


    Maybe it'll be an All Stars season!

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    • Peter Block is currently looking for a filmmaker to direct the movie, which will be released in 2017.


    ONTD, what's your favorite horror reboot? You can make this a creepy post if you want to.

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    --Karlie says she is very sorry, embarrassed, and ashamed for using the N-word in several tweets from 2013
    ---Says she was being a follower and wanted to fit in since the word was thrown around in the music that she listened to and the people she hung out with
    --States that there is no excuse to say the word at all and is "amazed" she once thought it was ok to use it
    --Also says: "I've grown," she said. "I've blossomed into the person I am today. I think I can turn this message into a positive message – because there are people that use that word and it's not acceptable, ever."


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    Source: Logo (can't embed)
    Embeddable video source: rupaulsdragrace_8 Instagram

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    - Movies don't make as much as they used to

    - Not surprising that actresses with decades worth of work have fans, but it's surprising that those fans are still watching their movies on theather when there's streaming and VOD

    - Not all the movies are adorable-oldsters~ such as The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel - Eye in the sky deals with the ethics of war technology; Grandma deals with abortion rights and is not ambiguous about where it stands; Hello, My Name Is Doris is about loneliness, sexual desire, while also dealing with society's tendency to write older women as dear little grandmas with no passions or aspirations


    Fantastic, and only 5-10 more years until Jennifer Lawrence is over 30 and can be up for those roles as well! #PlayAllAgesQueen

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    Synopsis: Cora is a slave on a cotton plantation in Georgia. Life is hell for all the slaves, but especially bad for Cora; an outcast even among her fellow Africans, she is coming into womanhood—where even greater pain awaits. When Caesar, a recent arrival from Virginia, tells her about the Underground Railroad, they decide to take a terrifying risk and escape. Matters do not go as planned—Cora kills a young white boy who tries to capture her. Though they manage to find a station and head north, they are being hunted.

    The book was scheduled to be released in September, but due to the Power of OprahTM it was pushed up to today.

    book post?


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