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  • 02/24/17--06:54: Nashville 5x10 Trailer
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    - Andrew McMahon of Something Corporate/Jack's Mannequin/Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness usually stays out of politics
    - His song Ceceilia And The Satelite was Used at CPAC by KellyAnne Conway
    - Isn't about that life
    - Wants us to stay united while the political parties try and divide us, etc.

    source: andrew mcmahon's facebook

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    Ghibli Producer Suzuki: Hayao Miyazaki is Preparing to Work on New Feature Film

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    • At a news conference Toshio Suzuki confirmed Miyazaki is working on a full length feature film.

    • Miyazaki's most recent reirement announcement happened in 2013, after he completed 'The Wind Rises'.

    • After releasing 'The Wind Rises' he began working on a CG short film for the Studui Ghibli Museum called 'Boro the Caterpillar'.

    • No word yet on what the new movie will be about or if it will be related to 'Boro the Caterpillar'.

    What's your favorite Studio Ghibli movie? I think mine is 'The Wind Rises'.

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    Logan Browning

    Yvonne Orji

    Gabrielle Union

    Danielle Brooks

    Tracee Ellis Ross

    Keesha Sharp

    DeWanda Wise

    Aisha Hinds

    Alfre Woodard

    xosha roquemore

    Jurnee Smollett-Bell

    Teyonah Parris

    Aja Naomi King

    Meagan Good

    Samira Wiley

    Loretta Devine

    Cynthia Erivo

    Cynthia Addai-Robinson

    Misha Green

    Kofi Siriboe

    Amirah Vann

    Laverne Cox

    Adrienne C Moore

    Tina Knowles-Lawson

    Yvette Nicole Brown

    Dawn-Lyen Gardner

    Amber Stevens West

    Yara Shahidi

    Kelly McCreary

    Janelle Monae

    Vickey Juedy

    Shonda Rhimes

    Viola Davis

    Aisha Tyler


    Tyrese Gibson

    quvenzhane wallis

    Alfred Enoch

    Alano Miller

    Tina Lifford


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    He retweeted this so he seems to legitimately think FYC ads mean he had a chance

    This is ridiculously long but he's so unhingned and clearly outraged that his own ~brilliance~ has never been recognized. Yeah okay Frank, the "liberal elite" are why you've never won.

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    the last four:

    16. Meryl Streep, 'The Iron Lady' 2011 (over: Glenn Close - Albert Nobbs, Viola Davis - The Help, Rooney Mara - The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Michelle Williams - My Week with Marilyn)

    15. Sandra Bullock, 'The Blind Side' 2009 (over: Helen Mirren - The Last Station, Carey Mulligan - An Education, Gabourey Sidibe - Precious, Meryl Streep - Julie & Julia)

    14. Nicole Kidman, 'The Hours' 2002 (over: Salma Hayek - Frida, Diane Lane - Unfaithful, Julianne Moore - Far from Heaven, Renée Zellweger - Chicago)

    13. Kate Winslet, 'The Reader' 2008 (over: Anne Hathaway - Rachel Getting Married, Angelina Jolie - Changeling, Melissa Leo - Frozen River, Meryl Streep - Doubt)

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    On Thursday night's episode of Nashville, lead character Rayna James was suddenly killed off after appearing to recover from her car accident. Actress Connie Britton, who has played Rayna for all five seasons of the show, told TVLine that it was her decision to leave, saying, "It was something that had been percolating over time, and there were lots of different reasons behind it. But my priority was really making sure that the timing was right. My priority has always been Nashville."

    Britton posted the following statement on Instagram after the episode:

    "Thank you Rayna Jaymes. For your magic and your dignity. And thank you to all the creators of Rayna Jaymes, for there were many. Callie Khouri, who gave her life. Deacon, Maddie, Daphne, who shaped her as her family. Teddy, Tandy, Lamar too. Juliette, Scarlett, Bucky and the ones who crafted her into a business woman. Along with countless other compatriots and combatants. And then of course the crew of “Nashville" who brought her to life, every crew member in every department who made Rayna live each week.

    And then there’s the music. T Bone, Buddy, Tim, Frankie and all the brilliant songwriters who gave Rayna a voice. There was no music, and no Rayna, without you.

    But finally and most importantly, the fans. You made Rayna. You supported her and loved her and gave her inspiration just as she was able to inspire you. You were the energy source, the power behind her heart and soul and life. Rayna lived for you.
    And, from the depths of my heart, I thank you, for her and for me. It has been an honor to be a part of that creation. And as I know she would want it, the show must, and will go on. Long live Rayna Jaymes."

    Nashville aired on ABC for four seasons before being canceled, and was then picked up by CMT.


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  • About learning that Laurel's dad was behind Wes' death: She definitely never thought that Laurel's dad would have involvement with killing the love of her life. Laurel signed her soul away to her dad earlier on the season, and the fact that he just keeps ruining her life is something that will grow in season 4.

  • About ever suspecting that Laurel could have killed Wes because she was there that night: She never suspected that Laurel could have killed Wes because if she had done it she would have been very psychotic because she was actually in love with him.

  • About what does she think Laurel's dad's motives were to come back to her life and kill Wes: She reminded us that we don't really know if Laurel's dad was even intending to kill Wes specifically because he blew up Annalise's house, so maybe he was trying to kill someone else.

  • About Laurel's emotionally trajectory in season 4: Laurel's going to want to come to the end of avenging Wes' death and finding out what really happened to him. We're also seeing more of her family next season.

  • About Laurel's pregnancy and the decision she still has to make: She personally wants Laurel to keep the baby because it's all she has left of Wes and that love of her life. She also thinks that it would be very interesting to see what it's like to have a baby while at law school. Or maybe she could give the baby up for adoption. But she would definitely like to see them touching upon what it would mean for a law student to be pregnant and to make that decision, and to see what the psychologically effects of being pregnant in school might be. She thinks that would be a very interesting storyline.

  • About Laurel trying to kill Charles Mahoney: She thinks that Laurel just wanted to confront Charles to find out what really happened to Wes, but she was so hyped up that she could have ended up killing him, so she's lucky that Dominic showed up before she did something that she would regret.


  • Was Laurel's dad really trying to kill Wes or did he mess up?

  • Who did Wes call that night and why did they know that his real name was Christoph?

  • Who was the anonymous source?

  • How old was Charles Mahoney when he impregnated Wes' mom?

  • Why was Denver so involved in all of this?

  • Why was Wes cremated?

  • Will the Keating Four ever find out that Bonnie is also a killer?

  • Will Annalise stay sober and get her old job back?

  • Why is Frank still alive if all of this is his fault?

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    Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen has signed on for Shane Black's upcoming Predator reboot. Details of his character are unknown.


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    The March task for the ONTD Reading Challenge is to read a book that was recommended by a celebrity, so to help you out in case you still haven't picked a book, milfordacademy and hjalmartazar bring you a selection of book recs from celebrities on Instagram!

    1. Diane Guerrero

    Summary: Set in an alternate matriarchal 1900's Asia, in a richly imagined world of art deco-inflected steam punk, MONSTRESS tells the story of a teenage girl who is struggling to survive the trauma of war, and who shares a mysterious psychic link with a monster of tremendous power, a connection that will transform them both and make them the target of both human and otherworldly powers.

    2. Karlie Kloss

    Summary: Diane von Furstenberg reflects on her extraordinary life from childhood in Brussels to her days as a young, jet-set princess, to creating the dress that came to symbolize independence and power for an entire generation of women. With remarkable honesty and wisdom, von Furstenberg mines the rich territory of what it means to be a woman. She opens up about her family and career, overcoming cancer, building a global brand, and devoting herself to empowering other women, writing, "I want every woman to know that she can be the woman she wants to be."

    3. Constance Wu

    Summary: Evie Tanaka is the put-upon personal assistant to Aveda Jupiter, her childhood best friend and San Francisco's most beloved superheroine. She's great at her job—blending into the background, handling her boss's epic diva tantrums, and getting demon blood out of leather pants. Unfortunately, she's not nearly as together when it comes to running her own life, standing up for herself, or raising her tempestuous teenage sister, Bea. But everything changes when Evie's forced to pose as her glamorous boss for one night, and her darkest comes out: she has powers, too. Now it's up to her to contend with murderous cupcakes, nosy gossip bloggers, and supernatural karaoke battles—all while juggling unexpected romance and Aveda's increasingly outrageous demands. And when a larger threat emerges, Evie must finally take charge and become a superheroine in her own right... or see her city fall to a full-on demonic invasion.

    4. Lady Gaga

    Summary: The personal memoir of a manic depressive and an authority on the subject describes the onset of the illness during her teenage years and her determined journey through the realm of available treatments.

    5. Sarah Jessica Parker

    Summary:Samuel Andresen-Anderson—college professor, stalled writer— hasn’t seen his mother in decades, not since she abandoned the family when he was a boy. Now she’s re-appeared, having committed an absurd crime that electrifies the nightly news, beguiles the internet, and inflames a politically divided country. The media paint Faye as a radical hippie with a sordid past, but as far as Samuel knows, his mother was an ordinary girl who married her high-school sweetheart. Which version of his mother is true? Two facts are certain: she’s facing some serious charges, and she needs Samuel’s help.

    6. Sofia Vergara

    Summary: Juan Guillermo is a teenager who in a matter of a few months looses his brother Carlos, his grandmother, and his parents. The culprits are a group of fundamentalist Catholics that are convinced that is their purpose in life, to rid the world of society's scum. They are conspiring with Captain Zurita who was upset with Carlos for not giving him a share of the earnings from his illegal businesses. So, they drowned him, and once his parents returned all they found was a casket. But Juan Guillermo decides to take vengeance...

    7. Kate Hudson

    Summary: All About Love offers radical new ways to think about love by showing its interconnectedness in our private and public lives. Hooks explains how our everyday notions of what it means to give and receive love often fail us, and how these ideals are established in early childhood. She offers a rethinking of self-love (without narcissism) that will bring peace and compassion to our personal and professional lives, and asserts the place of love to end struggles between individuals, in communities, and among societies. Moving from the cultural to the intimate, hooks notes the ties between love and loss and challenges the prevailing notion that romantic love is the most important love of all.

    8. Ice Cube

    Summary: As the country grapples with racist division at a level not seen since the 1960s, one man's voice soars above the rest with conviction and compassion. In his 2016 New York Times op-ed piece "Death in Black and White," Michael Eric Dyson moved a nation. Now he continues to speak out in Tears We Cannot Stop―a provocative and deeply personal call for change. Dyson argues that if we are to make real racial progress we must face difficult truths, including being honest about how black grievance has been ignored, dismissed, or discounted.

    9. Olivia Wilde

    Summary: A deeply moving testimony and celebration of how to embrace life. In January 2015, Oliver Sacks was diagnosed with a recurrence of cancer, and he shared this news in a New York Times essay that inspired readers all over the world: "I cannot pretend I am without fear. But my predominant feeling is one of gratitude.... Above all, I have been a sentient being, a thinking animal, on this beautiful planet, and that in itself has been an enormous privilege and adventure." Gratitude consists of four essays that originally appeared in The New York Times, accompanied by a foreword that describes the occasion of each chapter. The foreword is written by Billy Hayes, Oliver Sacks's partner, and Kate Edgar, his long time collaborator.

    10. Mindy Kaling

    Summary: Two brothers bound by tragedy; a fiercely brilliant woman haunted by her past; a country torn by revolution. A powerful new novel--set in both India and America--that explores the price of idealism and a love that can last long past death.

    11. Sarah Michelle Gellar

    Summary: A compulsively readable debut novel about marriage, immigration, class, race, and the trapdoors in the American Dream—the unforgettable story of a young Cameroonian couple making a new life in New York just as the Great Recession upends the economy.

    12. Uzo Aduba

    Summary: A book of humorous essays that dissects our cultural obsessions and calls out bad behavior in our increasingly digital, connected lives—from the cultural importance of the newest Shonda Rhimes television drama to serious discussions of race and media representation to what to do about your fool cousin sharing casket pictures from Grandma's wake on Facebook.

    13. Kate Bosworth

    Summary: When Helen Macdonald's father died suddenly on a London street, she was devastated. An experienced falconer—Helen had been captivated by hawks since childhood—she'd never before been tempted to train one of the most vicious predators, the goshawk. But in her grief, she saw that the goshawk's fierce and feral temperament mirrored her own. Resolving to purchase and raise the deadly creature as a means to cope with her loss, she adopted Mabel, and turned to the guidance of The Once and Future King author T.H. White's chronicle The Goshawk to begin her challenging endeavor. Projecting herself "in the hawk's wild mind to tame her" tested the limits of Macdonald's humanity and changed her life.

    14. Emmy Rossum

    Summary: A fascinating, provocative, and meticulously researched biography that challenges long-held assumptions about the man we know as Jesus of Nazareth.

    15. Gillian Jacobs

    Summary: The author wickedly remembers and delectably recounts the scandals, gossip and glorious intimacies of the golden age of Hollywood.

    16. Brie Larson

    Summary: Just Mercy is at once an unforgettable account of an idealistic, gifted young lawyer’s coming of age, a moving window into the lives of those he has defended, and an inspiring argument for compassion in the pursuit of true justice.

    17. Mariah Carey

    Summary: Admired and beloved by movie audiences for over sixty years, four-time Academy Award-winner Katharine Hepburn is an American classic. Now Miss Hepburn breaks her long-kept silence about her private life in this absorbing and provocative memoir.

    18. Kat Dennings

    Summary: Seneca's letters to his friend Lucilius are powerful moral essays that also yield illuminating insight into Seneca's personal life and the truly turbulent times in which he lived.

    19. Usher

    Summary: In a series of essays, written as a letter to his son, Coates confronts the notion of race in America and how it has shaped American history, many times at the cost of black bodies and lives. Thoughtfully exploring personal and historical events, from his time at Howard University to the Civil War, the author poignantly asks and attempts to answer difficult questions that plague modern society.

    20. Katie Holmes

    Summary: Set in Romania at the height of Ceausescu's reign of terror, this novel tells the story of a group of young students, each of whom has left the impoverished provinces in search of better prospects in the city.

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    Karl Lagerfeld was apparently working on a 100,000€ ($105,000 for you Americans) Chanel dress from its most recent collection for the yet again nominated actress for her to wear at the Oscars, when the designer received a call from Streep's team saying "Don't continue the dress. We found somebody who will pay us."

    Those claims were denied by Meryl Streep's team.

    Karl Lagerfeld also said Meryl Streep could keep the dress "because of the size," saying "It's couture, it's perfect for her." and added "A genius actress, but cheapness also, no?".

    ONTD, would you rather wear a couture dress adjusted for you or be payed to wear a random one?
    Also this is my first post! sorry if there's any mistakes.

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    Ricky references the iconic underwear scene in Saturday Night Fever. Andy says his first crush was Erik Estrada, Kate Upton can't remember her's.


    Who was your first crush?

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  • 02/24/17--10:12: Grey's Anatomy 13x15 Promo

  • "Civil War" - Richard, Jackson, April and Catherine tackle a grueling trauma case intensified by hospital politics. Amelia finally faces her feelings about Owen, and Meredith gets caught between Nathan and Alex over a patient, on “Grey’s Anatomy,” Thursday, March 9th on ABC.


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    Martha is teaching idiots how to boil an egg! Take note, ONTD.

    Kelis & Fat Joe appear with Martha & Snoop to discuss sex while eating swine!

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  • 02/24/17--10:20: ONTD Roundup
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    "The show is huge, but some fans seem to identify with it [too closely]. You want to say, 'Have you thought about your lifestyle? Maybe you should get out a little more'."
    "Firstly, you love it. Secondly, you'll have forgotten by the time it comes out. And what am I giving away? 'A character beloved by everybody returns.' Get a fucking life."

    Before his episode aired, McShane tantalized viewers with a hint that his character would be "bringing somebody back that you think you’re never going to see again," leading spoiler-savvy fans to surmise that The Hound would be making a reappearance following his supposed death after battling Brienne in Season 4.


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  • Because apparently touching your belly is a sign of pregnancy, the British media is now speculating that Little Mix's Perrie Edwards is expecting her first child after posting a picture with her boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in which she's touching her stomach.

  • Alex also posted a picture of the two of them in which you can clearly see that she isn't pregnant.

  • perrieedwards: What a night! ❤︎

    alexoxchamberlain:♠️♣️ #brits

    sources: 1 / 2 / 3

    ONTD, are you pregnant?

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