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- 01/17/17--06:46: _RUMOR: Did Disney F...
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- 01/17/17--09:34: _ONTD Roundup
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- 01/17/17--11:38: _Who went home on AN...
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- 01/17/17--06:46: RUMOR: Did Disney Find Their Mulan?
- 01/17/17--07:35: Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner film cameo for 'Ocean's Eight'
- 01/17/17--07:43: 'The Omen' actor sentenced to prison after road rage
- 01/17/17--08:39: Russian state TV investigating Sherlock leak
- Says that he got of a lot of Katy vs. Taylor requests for season 2 of his new show 'Feud' that will premiere on FX on March 15.
- Thinks they can't only do Hollywood feuds and wants to go back to the 16th century and make seasons about historic feuds.
- Will never do a woman vs. woman feud again (the first season focus on the feud between Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) and Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange). Also, Catherina Zeta-Jones will play Olivia de Havilland) so a Perry vs. Swift season is out of question.
- 01/17/17--09:34: ONTD Roundup
- Justin Bieber thinks Selena Gomez is fucking for tracks & using the Weeknd
- Sherlock: The Aftermath
- 4 Day Weekend Box Office: Hidden Figures benefits from MLK day
- Billie Lourd Jets Off to Cabo With Boyfriend Taylor Lautner
- As Long as You Love Me- The Bachelor, BSB Edition
- Suki Waterhouse (25) Gets Handsy With Diego Luna (37) in Mexico
- Wonder Woman Is a Disjointed Disaster Says DC Insider
- First Pics of Margot Robbie as Tonya Harding
- Lisa Eldridge makes up Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
- Rob Schneider Lectures John Lewis on MLK, Twitter Reacts
- Even the Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band Won't Perform for Donald
- Yesterday's ONTD Roundup
- 01/17/17--10:38: National Book Critics Circle announces finalists for 2016 awards
- 01/17/17--11:06: Scott Baio wants you to grow up over Trump
- 01/17/17--11:06: The Librarians 3x10 Promo "And The Wrath Of Chaos"
- 01/17/17--11:06: IOI reveal MV for final track 'Downpour'
- 01/17/17--11:38: Who went home on ANTM? 23x06
- 01/17/17--11:59: Trailer for the Neko Atsume movie
- 01/17/17--12:18: Vanderpump Rules S05E11 'The D Pic', Scheana deletes Shay
- 01/17/17--13:56: Ed Sheeran Makes Billboard History
- 01/17/17--14:01: Steve Harvey 'Apologizes' for comments about Asian Men
- 01/17/17--14:30: Shonda Rhimes next ABC drama project announced
Rumor on Chinese social media says that Australian actress Natasha Liu Bordizzo may have been cast in the part. Her only other major film credit was in Netflix' sequel to Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.
Disney's Weibo page had to step in and say the role was still in the casting stages, but that's never stopped a rumor before.
The 22-year-old former law student from Sydney is also a black belt band one in taekwondo and has trained in kempo karate. Her father is of Italian heritage while her mother is Chinese, but Bordizzo describes herself as “very Australian”. Apparently she got more in tune with her Chinese heritage after being cast in the Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon sequel. In the past, she equated her Mandarin to that of a young child so basically still in the learning stages.
The movie is officially set for release on November 2, 2018.
this rumor was probably leaked by her own people
Yesterday Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner were spotted in New York filming a cameo for the upcoming Ocean's Eight.
Not much information about their scene has been released other than that it takes place at the Met Gala.
There are conflicting reports that Kylie was filming a cameo as well but she looks like she's in a completely different movie / scene so who knows.
Source 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6
Harvey Spencer Stephens, who portrayed Damien in the original 'Omen' film, was sentenced on Friday the 13th to prison after an incident of road rage.
According to police, the former child actor cut off two bikers on the side of the road and and attacked them during the confrontation. One of the cyclists was knocked unconscious.
Stephen was subsequently charged with two counts of Actual Bodily Harm, as well as one charge of criminal damage. During the sentencing process, Stephens received 12 months in jail for the ABH charges, as well as two months for the criminal damage charge.
Joel and Sheila Hammond are realtors leading vaguely discontented lives in the L.A. suburb of Santa Clarita, until Sheila goes through a dramatic change sending both their lives down a road of death and destruction… but in a good way.
'The Final Problem': Russian Channel One investigating Sherlock season finale leak https://t.co/jdwSB0GIUz— RT (@RT_com) January 16, 2017
* Russian Channel One is “in close contact with the BBC”
* Russian hackers could be behind the leak
* BBC said that the Sherlock leak could be just a coincidence
* Sherlock season finale lekaed one day before its scheduled broadcast date
Do you want a Taylor Swift vs. Katy Perry season on 'Feud', ONTD? What other feuds are of y'all's interest? TYFYA!
For Monday, January 16, 2017:
Zadie Smith and Michael Chabon among finalists for the National Book Critics Circle awards https://t.co/LOasKNocnS— New York Times Books (@nytimesbooks) 17 de janeiro de 2017
- Margaret Atwood will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award
- Yaa Gyasi will receive the John Leonard Prize (best first book in any genre)
Marion Coutts, “The Iceberg” (Black Cat Press)
Jenny Diski, “In Gratitude” (Bloomsbury)
Hope Jahren, “Lab Girl” (Alfred A. Knopf)
Hisham Matar, “The Return: Fathers, Sons, and the Land in Between” (Random House)
Kao Kalia Yang, “The Song Poet: A Memoir of My Father” (Metropolitan Books)
Michael Chabon, “Moonglow” (Harper)
Louise Erdrich, “LaRose” (Harper)
Adam Haslett, “Imagine Me Gone” (Little, Brown)
Ann Patchett, “Commonwealth” (Harper)
Zadie Smith, “Swing Time” (Penguin Press)
Matthew Desmond, “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City” (Crown)
Ibram X. Kendi, “Stamped From the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America” (Nation Books)
Jane Mayer, “Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right” (Doubleday)
Viet Thanh Nguyen, “Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War” (Harvard University Press)
John Edgar Wideman, “Writing to Save a Life: The Louis Till File” (Scribner)
You can see the full list of nominees here
Guess a lot of people will have to grow up: Trump has the lowest approval rating for any President in 40 years.
will you grow up, ontd?
Season finale time!
"Downpour", composed by Seventeen's Woozi, Won Young Yeon, Neighborhood Hyung, and Yama Art, is the project girl group's final song.
IOI are set to disband soon following their final concert 'Time Slip' concerts, which will be held on January 20-22.
Will you miss them, ontd? :(
This week, the challenge was to nail an athletic wear shot on a trampoline...in only one frame.
Kyle also began a romance w/ someone in the house! Marissa! Who seems to seriously have some issues w/ flying off the handle over fucking nothing, if the editing can be trusted. So who knows how long this will last, because Kyle did not seem impressed w/ her yelling at Courtney this episode.
The photo shoot this week was an athletic photo shoot with Chanel Iman. Some models were overshadowed by her, while others stood out.
Source: Me and vh1.com
All pictures are screenshots taken from the episode.
News: Check Out Trailer, Stills, and More Cast for Upcoming "Neko Atsume" Movie https://t.co/zCOwVlJG6C— Crunchyroll (@Crunchyroll) January 13, 2017
In the latest issue of Total Film,Emma Watson talks about why she turned down the role of Cinderella in the 2015 film starring Lily James and Cate Blanchett and directed by Kenneth Branagh.
"I didn't know they were going to make Beauty and the Beast at the time I turned down Cinderella, but when they offered me Belle, I just felt the character resonated with me so much more than Cinderella did. She remains curious, compassionate and open-minded. And that's the kind of woman I would want to embody as a role model, given the choice. There’s this kind of outsider quality that Belle had, and the fact she had this really empowering defiance of what was expected of her. In a strange way, she challenges the status quo of the place she lives in, and I found that really inspiring. She manages to keep her integrity and have a completely independent point of view. She’s not easily swayed by other people’s perspective—not swayed by fear-mongering or scapegoating."
‘Vanderpump Rules’ Scheana Shay Gets Her Smile Back After Divorce, Deletes Husband Mike Shay From Instagram https://t.co/LjZutRKHQO— Vanderpump Rules (@VanderpumpRules) January 17, 2017
watch last night's ep here
Kristen does standup/sketch comedy in this ep and she aint funny
- Summer Zervos came forward during the campaign and spoke about Trump sexually assaulting her.
- Zervos decided to sue Trump for defamation after he called sexual assault accusations against him phony.
- Zervos was on the Apprentice, because of this Allred says they will seek to subpoena the unseen Apprentice footage (which apparently has Trump using slurs and shit)
- The lawsuit asks Trump to either admit his “sexually inappropriate behavior” or fight them in court and explain himself.
- Both Zervos and Allred will be participating in the Women's March on Saturday, other accusers might join as well.
Some background info:
-Alexey Vorobyov represented Russia in Eurovision Song Contest in 2011 with the song Get You (link)
-You probably don't remember him because he placed 16th in the final
-He is now a singer and an actor and he uses internationally the name Alex Sparrow
-He is also one of the rare good-looking russian men
On the cheating scandal:
A few days ago Alexey posted these photos on instagram (now deleted)
And he wrote underneath (i'm skipping the details):
"I flew 13 hours, stayed in Moscow about 18 hours and now i'm back in another flight for 13 hours. And you know what? It was worth it. Now I know for sure that miracles don't happen. I flew in order to spend a few hours with my girlfriend and now I'm leaving as a bachelor. This is the moral of the story: If you want to surprise (someone), and you fly across the ocean at night for someone, better warn them about your intentions #love"
The second part under another pic which is now deleted:
"I will remember us this way, okay? And I will erase the rest (op: memories? photos? who knows?) like they never existed. I will erase your phone, I don't remember it by heart, erase your photos, erase you out of my life"
Basically he was in US (for some reason) and flew to Moscow where he found his girl cheating, exposed his own relationship to instagram and then deleted the photos of his ex that he posted himself.
Sources: 1, 2, 3, his instagram, translations by me (b1 level at russian, c1 in english, please correct any mistakes)
Eurovision post? cheating post?
Newsflash, y'all: he ain't going anywhere. Sheeran is the first artist to ever debut two singles in the top 10 simultaneously (Shape of You is #1, Castle on the Hill is #6). If that wasn't enough, he broke two Spotify records, "First Day Streams" and "Best First Week." Together, the songs racked up 88 million streams combined in their first week.
Are the songs good? I haven't listened to either one of them
Last week, Harvey could not believe anyone found Asian men attractive and was promptly taken to task all around the web.
Today, he took to the Notes app and then to Twitter to offer a lengthy apology;
Wanted to share this today. pic.twitter.com/mpKGBZic5k— Steve Harvey (@IAmSteveHarvey) January 17, 2017
ABC has ordered up a pilot for a Shondaland legal drama.
Rhimes and Betsy Beers will executive produce.
"Scandal" writer Paul William Davies will serve as showrunner.
“Set in the Southern District of New York (SDNY) Federal Court, aka ‘The Mother Court,’ this legal drama follows brand new lawyers working on opposite sides for both the defense and the prosecution as they handle the most high profile and high stakes cases in the country, all as their personal lives intersect.”