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    “It’s funny because obviously I’m not the best on the runway…My first show people were already expecting a lot more from me than I [was capable of at the time]. I never was taught how to walk on the runway. And maybe that’s because it moved really quickly for me, that people just assumed that that was something I knew…A year and a half later, I’m still learning….I still get insecure on the runway, but it’s really exciting for me because I want to get better. I love being on the runway.

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    -Adele's boyfriend/baby daddy surprised her for their fifth anniversary
    -pink confetti with cute love notes came out at the end of the show instead of the typical white ones
    -says she wants another baby

    what's the most romantic thing someone has done for you, ONTD?
    PS, this is my first post!


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    Disses Trump on it..also shout outs agatha christie and since I love her I thought you should know :)

    source: https://twitter.com/Eminem/status/788776034590199809

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    The holidays can be a joyous time that brings people together to celebrate life and what we are thankful for. They can also be a time when what scares you comes out to frolic. Those fears are heightened and exaggerated for the sake of terror in these forty horror movies. Featuring at least one holiday (observed, official, religious, informal), these films contain ghosts, killers, and whatever else goes bump in the night. Can you celebrate?



    New Year's Evil
    Directed by
    : Emmett Alston
    Year released: 1980

    Day of celebration: New Year's Eve

    Plot: A radio show host receives ominous phone calls stating that someone, including herself, will die in each time zone as the New Year strikes.

    Worth celebrating? In spite of the ambitious story setup, this is a dated slasher that at least defies the modern tropes by revealing the killer's identity at the beginning. Other than that, it's rather dull with no appealing hook.

    Terror Train
    Directed by: Roger Spottiswoode
    Year released: 1980

    Day of celebration: New Year's Eve

    Plot: College students involved in a past prank gone wrong are stalked by a masked killer during a costumed New Year's Eve party on a moving train.

    Worth celebrating? This movie helped Jamie Lee Curtis earn the title of "Scream Queen." While it is not as heralded as her movie Halloween, it is a serviceable entry from the period that slashers thrived in.


    The Signal
    Directed by: David Bruckner, Dan Bush, Jacob Gentry
    Year released: 2007

    Day of celebration: New Year's Eve

    Plot: A mysterious signal transmitted to the public activates murderous behavior in those affected by it.

    Worth celebrating? New Year's Eve is the setting, but it's hardly the focal point in this indie flick. Perhaps with a bigger budget, some of the ideas in this could have been better or even fully realized. The idea of a pandemic turning people into murderers is its own subgenre. Other titles with plots akin to The Signal are Cell, The Crazies, and Pontypool.


    Valentine
    Directed by: Jamie Blanks
    Year released: 2001

    Day of celebration: Valentine's Day

    Plot: A group of friends find themselves the targets of a vengeful killer wearing a Cupid mask.

    Worth celebrating? If you hate Valentine's Day and want to see some vapid characters get killed off, then this forgettable post-Scream slasher might be for you. The story is as thin as the paper the poster is printed on, though. Speaking of posters, anyone else notice that one of the actors on this one isn't even in the movie?


    My Bloody Valentine
    Directed by: George Mihalka (1981), Patrick Lussier (2009)
    Year released: 1981, 2009

    Day of celebration: Valentine's Day

    Plot: A string of murders occur in a small mining town on Valentine's night.

    Worth celebrating? For lovers of vintage slashers, go for the 1981 original. The story and killer's motives are different in the 2009 remake, which is memorable for its 3D usage.


    Lovers Lane
    Directed by: Jon Ward
    Year released: 1999

    Day of celebration: Valentine's Day

    Plot: Thirteen years ago, a murder at the local lovers lane on Valentine's night took place. Now, the killer is back.

    Worth celebrating? Honestly, no. Unless you really need to see Anna Faris in her early days before the Scary Movie franchise, skip this. It's just hard to find a lot of scary movies centered around Valentine's Day.


    Maniac Cop
    Directed by: Larry Cohen
    Year released: 1986

    Day of celebration: St. Patrick's Day

    Plot: A killer dressed as a cop targets the citizens of New York City.

    Worth celebrating? For what it is, this cult favorite from 1988 is amusing for a rainy day. And hey, Bruce Campbell is in it if that means anything. Like the director's other movies, it is more action oriented than straight up horror. And exactly how does this movie tie in with St. Patrick's Day? Well, there's a parade near the end. Other than a Syfy movie called Leprechaun's Revenge, there really aren't many scary movies devoted to St. Patrick's Day.


    April Fool's Day
    Directed by: Fred Walton
    Year released: 1986

    Day of celebration: April Fool's Day

    Plot: Friends spend the weekend at a remote island house where people start to disappear.

    Worth celebrating? The director of the original When a Stranger Calls and its sequel delivered this sleeper slasher in the mid '80s. The ending may annoy you so be ready for it. There was a 2008 remake, but it should be avoided at all costs.


    The Wicker Man
    Directed by
    : Robin Hardy
    Year released: 1973

    Day of celebration: May Day

    Plot: A police man searches for a missing woman in a strange Scottish island village.

    Worth celebrating? Fans of rural and folk horror should give this classic a viewing. A remake with Nicolas Cage exists. It doesn't mean you should necessarily watch it either. Instead, check out the original's director's spiritual sequel, The Wicker Tree.

     

    Creepshow
    Directed by: George A. Romero
    Year released: 1982

    Day of celebration: Father's Day

    Plot: The miserable patriarch of a family returns from the grave after being killed on Father's Day.

    Worth celebrating? This whole anthology is a must for horror fans, but only the first segment has anything to do with Father's Day.


    You Are Not Alone
    Directed by: Derek Mungor
    Year released: 2014

    Day of celebration: Independence Day

    Plot: A woman returns to her hometown in time for the Fourth of July. Little does she know that the killer reported on the local news has targeted her.

    Worth celebrating? This found footage slasher is shaky cam central so keep that in mind if you're easily susceptible to motion sickness. That being said, there are a few thrills here once the action starts.


    I Know What You Did Last Summer
    Directed by: Jim Gillespie
    Year released: 1996

    Day of celebration: Independence Day

    Plot: Four friends make a pact after committing a crime one summer. The same time next year, they are hunted down by someone who knows their secret.

    Worth celebrating? This '90s slasher with a Fourth of July backdrop is more somber than fun at times, and it features one of the saddest death chases (hint: there's a parade involved). The first sequel (yes, there is more than one) also occurs on the Fourth of July.


    Seventh Moon
    Directed by: Eduardo Sánchez
    Year released: 2008

    Day of celebration: Hungry Ghost

    Plot: American newlyweds visiting China partake in the local Hungry Ghost Festival. However, their night lost in the countryside becomes one filled with terror as they learn that the ghosts are indeed real... and hungry.

    Worth celebrating? For those unfamiliar with the Hungry Ghost, it is a time where spirits roam freely. People will "feed" the ghosts, which includes their ancestors, as a way to appease them. Typically the Hungry Ghost Festival happens around the fifteenth day in the seventh month of the lunar calendar. As for Seventh Moon, it gets kudos for doing something different. Unfortunately, the production values are what drag this picture down. Some scenes are literally too dark to see what's going on, too. And is it too much to ask for a steady hand when filming? In the words of Kahn Souphanousinphone: "Long, painful, boring death."


    They Wait
    Directed by: Ernie Barbarash
    Year released: 2007

    Day of celebration: Hungry Ghost

    Plot: A couple's son becomes inexplicably ill during the month of the Hungry Ghost.

    Worth celebrating? The success of the remakes of The Ring and Ju-on: The Grudge led to several Asian inspired horror movies in the mid-2000s. They Wait is a bit different as it was not based on an existing film. That does not mean it is original either. Be sure to avoid the trailer if you do not want to be completely spoiled.


    Afterimages
    Directed by: Tony Kern
    Year released: 2014

    Day of celebration: Hungry Ghost

    Plot: Film students discover strange horror films left in the ashes after burning effigies for the Hungry Ghosts.

    Worth celebrating? As visually enticing as this eerie English language anthology from Singapore is, it is held back by amateur acting and convoluted writing.


    JeruZalem
    Directed by: Doron Paz, Yoav Paz
    Year released: 2015

    Day of celebration: Yom Kippur

    Plot: While visiting Tel Aviv, Israel, tourists get caught up in a city wide invasion of demons.

    Worth celebrating? There does not appear to be a lot of Israeli horror movies, and this one might not be the best place to start if you are looking for some. The found footage style is not innovative, and some of the acting is questionable. On the other hand, the demonic threat might have paid off had they shown more of that.


    Mischief Night
    Directed by: Richard Schenkman
    Year released: 2013

    Day of celebration: Mischief Night

    Plot: A teen with psychosomatic blindness is tormented by a masked killer when left home alone.

    Worth celebrating? Apparently there is an informal holiday on the day before Halloween called Mischief Night. The purpose is just to play pranks on people. This low budget affair is your standard home invasion, though, and it should not be confused with the similarly titled 2014 film.


    Halloween
    Directed by: John Carpenter
    Year released: 1978

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: Fifteen years after murdering his sister, Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital to resume killing in a small town.

    Worth celebrating? There are numerous horror movies set on Halloween - what better night to maim someone? This list would be incomplete without Halloween. If you have not seen it by now, do something about that already. It may have a dated feel to it, but go with it.


    Ginger Snaps
    Directed by: John Fawcett
    Year released: 2001

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: After being bitten by a werewolf, Ginger Fitzgerald starts to change into one herself. It is up to her younger sister, Brigitte, to save her before Ginger's metamorphosis is complete.

    Worth celebrating? In spite of struggling during its initial release, this coming-of-age werewolf movie is considered a cult classic nowadays. What it lacks in production values is made up with memorable performances and characters.


    Trick 'r Treat
    Directed by: Michael Dougherty
    Year released: 2007

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: On Halloween night, five interwoven stories involving ghouls, ghosts, and murder happen in a small town.

    Worth celebrating? For some, this movie has become a new tradition for the holiday. While not perfect, it does capture the Spirit of Halloween well. And yes, pun intended. Can they make the sequel already?


    Tales of Halloween
    Directed by: Various directors
    Year released: 2015

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: The citizens of a small town experience the strange and supernatural on Halloween night.

    Worth celebrating? This anthology could have and should have been better than what it ultimately was. More oft than not the stories were lacking, or they just could have been left out altogether. Still, there are some measly treats to be found here.


    Gravy
    Directed by: James Roday
    Year released: 2015

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: The employees of a restaurant are taken hostage by cannibals on Halloween night.

    Worth celebrating? This offbeat horror comedy serves some dark humor with its gore, but it could have provided more tension. The mood was almost too glib at times considering the story setup.


    Night of the Demons
    Directed by: Kevin S. Tenney
    Year released: 1988

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: A demon is unleashed upon a Halloween party held inside of a mortuary.

    Worth celebrating? Cheesy fun is to be had in this movie and its sequels. The 2009 remake is tolerable, but it has nothing on the original.


    Satan's Little Helper
    Directed by: Jeff Lieberman
    Year released: 2005

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: A boy unknowingly befriends a serial killer and then joins him in his murder spree on Halloween.

    Worth celebrating? This outlandish dark comedy is from the director of Squirm and Just Before Dawn. The child in this movie is so oblivious to what his partner-in-crime is doing that you have to suspend your belief. After a while, the killer's actions do become repetitive, and the final scene lacks a proper ending.


    Hellions
    Directed by: Bruce McDonald
    Year released: 2015

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: A teenager left home alone fights off malevolent trick-or-treaters on Halloween night.

    Worth celebrating? The best thing about this Canadian feature is the cinematography. There are some absolutely beautiful scenes throughout. Regretfully, even that could not save it from being a snore.


    I Am Not a Serial Killer
    Directed by: Billy O'Brien
    Year released: 2016

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: A diagnosed sociopath is the only one that knows that his elderly neighbor is actually a supernatural killer.

    Worth celebrating? This movie, based on the book of the same name, is more of a cat-and-mouse thriller in terms of plotting. The protagonist is not a hero by any means so the audience is left conflicted. That withstanding, it does well with a new spin on the creature feature concept.


    Livide
    Directed by: Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury
    Year released: 2011

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: Thieves encounter the supernatural when they try to find treasure inside of an old dance academy.

    Worth celebrating? Fans of the directors' previous film Inside were not too happy with Livide. As beautiful as this horror fantasy was, the third act was bloated with unnecessary elements.


    Lady in White
    Directed by: Frank LaLoggia
    Year released: 1988

    Day of celebration: Halloween

    Plot: Ten years ago on Halloween, young Frank witnessed a murder. The victim's murderer searches for him in the present, and Frank finds himself drawn to a house inhabited by a mysterious Lady in White.

    Worth celebrating? Do not go into this film expecting your typical horror movie. It contains a lot of drama and fantasy, too. This is a most haunting slow burn.


    Blood Rage
    Directed by: John Grissmer
    Year released: 1987

    Day of celebration: Thanksgiving

    Plot: A young man's homicidal twin escapes from a mental hospital and returns home.

    Worth celebrating? Thanksgiving is hardly visited in horror movies. Maybe because the nutjobs loose on Black Friday are scary enough. Slasher fans are fond of this obscure '80s entry, but its most redeeming quality is the special effects for a few gory deaths.


    Kristy
    Directed by: Oliver Blackburn
    Year released: 2014

    Day of celebration: Thanksgiving

    Plot: A college student left behind in the dorms for Thanksgiving break fights off a group of dangerous outcasts intent on killing her.

    Worth celebrating? Kristy has been compared to You're Next, but the approach of using an online network of killers to target the protagonist has some influence from Kevin Bacon's television series The Following, too. No wheels are reinvented here. Even so, it is an adequate survival thriller.


    Home Movie
    Directed by: Christopher Denham
    Year released: 2008

    Day of celebration: Thanksgiving

    Plot: A seemingly normal family's idyllic life is tainted by the children's growing sinister behavior.

    Worth celebrating? This found footage gem chronicles the family's life so several holidays are touched upon, including Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day. The motives are never perfectly laid out here, but it's more disturbing when there are no answers.


    Boogeyman
    Directed by: Stephen Kay
    Year released: 2005

    Day of celebration: Thanksgiving

    Plot: As a child, Tim witnessed his father being taken by the Boogeyman. Now as an adult, he must face his fears head on once the Boogeyman reappears in his life.

    Worth celebrating? This might just be one of the most critically panned mainstream horror movies to come out of the mid-2000s. Its execution is quite baffling. Once you see what the Boogeyman looks like, you will have wished you had turned this off sooner.


    P2
    Directed by: Franck Khalfoun
    Year released: 2007

    Day of celebration: Christmas

    Plot: On Christmas Eve, a woman is trapped inside of her job's parking garage with a deranged killer.

    Worth celebrating? Christmas can be a joyous time for many, and it can also be a downright sad one for others. That time of the year can be inclusive as well as a reminder of what you do not have. The lead character here is entangled in a horrible situation, and it being Christmas, no one is around to help her. Audiences slept on this gritty thriller, but it has been noticed more and better appreciated in recent years.


    Home for the Holidays
    Directed by: John Llewellyn Moxey
    Year released: 1972

    Day of celebration: Christmas

    Plot: A dying man sends for his other three daughters when he suspects that his second wife is poisoning him. Upon their arrival, the women are targeted by a killer in a yellow raincoat.

    Worth celebrating? This TV movie starring Sally Field came out before both Black Christmas (1974) and Halloween (1978) so it could be considered the original modern slasher. Of course Psycho predates all of them. Home for the Holidays is not nearly as stylized as its future brethren, but the influence is undeniable.


    To All a Goodnight
    Directed by: David Hess
    Year released: 1980

    Day of celebration: Christmas

    Plot: A killer in a Santa Claus suit picks off people at a Christmas party.

    Worth celebrating? No one will argue about the lack of accolades this tepid slasher has. The identity of the murderer was admittedly a surprise. Silent Night, Deadly Night was controversial for its depiction of Santa Claus, but To All a Good Night seems to have gone unscathed. Maybe no one simply remembers it existing.


    A Christmas Horror Story
    Directed by: Grant Harvey, Steven Hoban, Brett Sullivan
    Year released: 2015

    Day of celebration: Christmas

    Plot: A radio DJ shares scary stories that each take place on Christmas.

    Worth celebrating? It is a fair assessment to say this movie tried to do for Christmas what Trick 'r Treat did for Halloween. More or less, A Christmas Horror Story is successful. The majority of the stories are well made. The Santa Claus tale was particularly memorable, especially with that twist.


    Dead End
    Directed by: Jean-Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa
    Year released: 2003

    Day of celebration: Christmas

    Plot: A father decides to take a different route when his family travels to visit relatives for Christmas. They continue to drive and drive, but they never seem to reach their destination.

    Worth celebrating? This horror movie doubles as a rousing comedy full of rich characterizations. Its main flaw would have to be the dated, clichéd ending.


    Black Christmas
    Directed by: Bob Clark
    Year released: 1974

    Day of celebration: Christmas

    Plot: A sorority house's remaining residents receive threatening phone calls over the Christmas holiday.

    Worth celebrating? This movie is generally credited by fans as the one that kickstarted the whole slasher subgenre. Regardless of technicalities or opinions about that, Black Christmas is a suspenseful, chilling film with one of the most frightening reveals in horror history. The 2006 remake is shameless trash that may give you a few cheap laughs.


    The Children
    Directed by: Tom Shankland
    Year released: 2008

    Day of celebration: Christmas

    Plot: Christmas becomes a time for survival as children start to turn on their parents.

    Worth celebrating? If you despise kids and do not mind seeing them be killed on screen, then perhaps you should give this dark and straightforward film a watch.


    Holidays
    Directed by: Various directors
    Year released: 2016

    Day of celebration: Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Halloween, Christmas, New Year's

    Plot: An omnibus of horror vignettes specifically centered around popular holidays.

    Worth celebrating? This seems like a fitting way to finish. This anthology even covers the usually ignored holidays in horror such as Easter and Father's Day. The quality is not as consistent as it could have been so be prepared for that.


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    What's your favorite holiday? Halloween plans?


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    • Maguire announced split from wife Jennifer Meyer this week

    • He's been seen at various clubs with Leo Dicaprio recently

    • Spotted with Sofia Richie before the separation announcement

    • Sofia has previously dated Justin Bieber, is daughter of Lionel Richie


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    - available on VOD in the next months

    - about Cara's "transition from a model to actress"


    ...whut

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    10. Woody Allen
    - Molestation allegations, married Mia Farrow's adopted daughter..
    8. Joan Crawford
    - Child Abuse.
    6. Richard Wagner
    - Anti-semitic.
    4. Chris Brown
    - domestic violence.
    2. Bill Cosby
    - Rapist.

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    I know y'all love hearing what these TLC losers are up to!!!



    A few days ago, Audrey Roloff, of Little People Big World and recite-your-vows-during-sex fame, posted this in an instagram story:



    I have a feeling that the Roloffs spend their days in a haze of perpetual confusion.

    Some fans voiced their disagreement and their confusion over Audrey's confusion, asking what is so perplexing about a man choosing to wear makeup and why Audrey is in any position to judge. But never fear, Audrey isn't like those compromised Christians who are of the world! She is holding fast to truth. God's truth, that is!

    audreyroloff @allisonplush no problem with men wearing make up... problem with a colossal brand claiming that make up makes you a girl.. You just said it yourself. "This man is no different" He is a man. He can be as creative as he chooses, but he cannot be a woman.

    audreyroloff @allisonplush my issue is that this company coverGIRL has inspired women across the world for decades. But now they are basically saying that men are so much better at everything than women are, they can even be a better woman. It's as if they message they are sending is that there is nothing to being a women but clothes and make up. If this company is so concerned with gender identity and not offending anyone then change the name.

    audreyroloff @tayloranalicia if I do recall... Jesus did not just go around approving and accepting everything everyone did. More often than not he instructed, rebuked, and corrected deception, false teaching, and sinful living. You don't get persecuted for being a people pleasure... And I know my stance will not be a popular one, but I will boldly take it. That does not mean I hate. This MAN has incredible talents. I have an issue with the brand and the message it sends to women across the globe, not the man himself. If my child wanted to run out into the freeway, I would speak up! Because I LOVE him/her, not because I'm judgemental or belittled.

    audreyroloff @mrsmartell12_02 praying that you learn to stand for truth when the the world tells you to compromise 💗🙌🏻 I hope you aren't assuming things that were never said.

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    Would you speak up if your child wanted to run out into the freeway? Would you let them play in traffic if they were as dumb as the Roloffs?

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    As we prepare for the official arrival of Joanne, the indie chanteuse is opening up about Fame and her new album.

    In a new interview, Gaga got real about her status in the industry and how fame has impacted her. Some choice quotes are below.


    “Fame is so alienating and it’s toxic for the creative process, for me, because I need human connection in order to write music,” the 30-year-old “Perfect Illusion” singer said Monday on SiriusXM’s Feedback talk show. “If I go to a bar or to the grocery store or wherever and I try to talk to somebody and the whole time they’re screaming or trying to take a picture, I can’t get to know them.”

    She added: “I can’t ask them a question. I can’t learn about their life or share something about mine. I don’t get asked very often, you know, really super deep things about myself and that is hard and it’s scary. Really scary because you just feel like, ‘Will I ever, ever again talk to somebody and have them see me as a person?'”


    Gaga said her latest album Joanne is her attempt to “put myself back in that place where I am just a human being.”

    “I wouldn’t say that it’s necessarily thematically painful the whole way through — because it’s quite a fun album as well,” she said. “The pain is in my voice.”

    The singer then became emotional as she recalled playing the album for her mother.

    “When she first heard a couple of songs on the album she just looked at me and she just was crying. I said, ‘What’s wrong?’ and she just said, ‘Nothing, it’s so good and I don’t want you to take this the wrong way because it’s not a bad thing, but, like, you’re voice just sounds different,’ ” Gaga explained.

    “I said, ‘What’s different?’ and she just said ‘I can just hear that you’re in some emotional pain.'”

    The good sis is also getting serious on twitter.



    Have you warmed up to the album? If you don't love Grigio Girlz, you are dead inside.

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    - Davos and Tyrion are shooting scenes at Dragonstone (The source above has a paparazzi video of the two of them on the beach in Dragonstone shooting some scenes with a boat)

    - Gendry also filmed with them; his actor was spotted in Spain

    - Daenerys is expected in Spain and is set to shoot on Dragonstone's shores (supposedly with the Unsullied); it's not 100% confirmed

    - No signs of Jon Snow/Kit in Spain (Spanish media are claiming he's there already, but he was seen in London so....it's a Bigfoot situation); another source says he's expected to arrive soon

    - the messy leaks that were posted recently are apparently fake (Thank you Lord of Light)

    Update: apparently the leaks might not be fake (everything is a mess)



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    Have you ever banged on a boat during a Whitewalker attack on the Wall, ONTD?

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    Warner Bros has acquired rights from Roald Dahl’s estate to the Willy Wonka intellectual property, with the plan to make a new movie based on the character produced by David Heyman (Harry Potter).
    The film will not be an origin tale, but a standalone movie focused on Wonka and his early adventures.
    The plan is for it to be a franchise with Carlie and other characters ro be introduced in future installments.
    Willy Wonka was previously portrayed by Gene Wilder in the 1971 Paramount movie and Johnny Depp in WB's 2005 update.

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    - Had a 60% drop in its second weekend
    - Foxlight paid a record $17.5 million for it at Sundance and spent roughly $18 million on marketing, and it's made about $12.3 million so far
    - It could still make $$$$ from international TV deals and DVD sales later on, but its international sales will be hurt if it doesn't have a strong Oscar campaign/doesn't win shit


    I have no sympathy. Of course "Twitter feminists"are being blamed for this, but Nate himself ruined this important story by being gross and self-aggrandizing, both onscreen and off.
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    The final season starts on Friday. How do you all think it's going to end, and what endgames would you want to see?

    Nina has not been confirmed to be coming back for any of the season so far, so it's possible Elena won't be in the finale.

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    Jlaw might be dating the Black Swan director, according to The Sun (so take it with a huge grain of salt). They have an age difference of 21 years.
    A few weeks back they were pictured having lunch.
    According to a source, they are keeping it low-key but like each other a lot.


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    Episode 1x09 Sypnosis:
    Why my Auntie trying to make me go to one of these bougie Junteenth parties again? I don't like them sadity people and I'm gonna miss my shows.
    Le sigh.


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    - Anthony's last performance will be on November 20.

    - he's set to star in a new Spike Lee project for Netflix

    - Jordan won everyone's heart with his performance in Grease Live earlier this year

    - his first performance will be on November 22

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  • 10/19/16--13:15: Tabloid Cover Wednesday
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    Tonight was the semi-final of Great British Bake-Off! before it fucks off to Channel 4 and is ruined forever







    The legend himself, Selasi! He's been a fan favourite since day one and has been a joy to watch, but his bakes simply weren't up to scratch. We'll miss you, handsome.

    Also, Andrew won Star Baker but tbh I cannot stand him so the less I say of him the better 😏



    That means, the three finalists are Jane, Andrew and the Lipstick Queen herself, Candice!

    ONTD, who do you want to win? I'm pinning my hopes on my fellow Resting Bitch-Face sufferer, Candice. I love her tbqh.


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    - they are working on a movie together right now

    - according to a "source": “They’ve been hanging out and are casually dating”


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