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    Father of the Bride co-stars Kim Williams-Paisley, Steve Martin, and Martin Short reunited in Nashville last night, and she posted this picture.

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    The video was directed by The Fits director Anna Rose Holmer days before Portman gave birth.

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    -will play a recurring character named Tracy Brand
    -described as "a smorgasbord of quirky idiosyncrasies"
    -wants to find out the genius she's set to become one day




    -legends of tomorrow is adding an existing dc character that is 1) not from the comics, 2) not currently on any of the arrowverse shows
    -the flash season 4 probably won't be using as much time travel
    -the end of the musical episode hints where Westallen are heading
    -star city not in jeopardy come may
    -the legends will get to see an alternate reality - "time-bending"
    -how felicity comes out the other side after going all in with helix



    -fans of Lois & Clark will be thrilled by some of the scenes in tonight's episode of supergirl
    -adrian/prometheus tortures oliver over a secret he wants him to confess
    -flashbacks in russia include a pivotal moment in oliver's time away
    -the legends break a cardinal rule of time travel in the season finale "not going back to times you've already been" w/ major consequences
    -savitar will be unmasked soon - ramifications of reveal take the show in a "surprised" direction
    -barry will still do "whatever it takes" to save iris & tries to go back to his old optimistic mindset
    -lance sisters reunite for one scene in legends season finale
    -marc calls it a scene he's wanted to do all season
    -can't say if katie cassidy will pop up again on another show this year
    -rough time ahead for diggle & lyla (flashpoint may have affected their relationship?)
    -felicity's helix storyline will connect with bigger prometheus storyline in an "unexpected" way
    -episode 19 of arrow is "team arrow vs team felicity/helix" with the same objective but different ways of getting there
    -lynda carter returns to supergirl
    -president marsdin asks hank for a favor and he goes against her wishes


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    • Ghost Brothers is a show, originally on Destination America, starring Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass, Marcus Harvey.

    • Based out of Atlanta, the three friends are paranormal investigators who travel around the US to prove that ghosts are real, but with a dash of comedy.

    • Season 2 premiered on March 10, 2017 on TLC. The show airs Friday's at 10/9c.










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    i just started watching this on demand and i can't get enough. it's hilarious. everyone should watch.
    creepypasta/ghost stories post? what are your favorites or personal experiences?

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    -rita ora has installed a state-of-the-art panic room costing $20,000 in her london home after charaf elmouddenstewie_e left her "incredibly shaken up" when he broke into her home while she was sleeping.
    - the pop icon has now decided to upgrade her security provisions – including the £20,000 safe room – to stop any burglaries from happening again
    - a source said: "rita is still incredibly shaken up, and continues to have horrendous nightmares about the burglary. although the perpetrator is in prison, it has not eased her peace of mind and she has been living in almost constant fear that something similar would happen again."
    -"because rita is in the public eye, she remains a target for thieves so had a security team come in and completely overhaul her personal security."

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    do you have a panic room?


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    Chris Kattan and his partner received the lowest score and Simone Biles and her partner received the highest.

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    this might be the first season i pay attention to DWTS...

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    Allure asked 41 women of color to tell us the story of their lives through their skin — and skin tone. Because our skin can be both a vulnerability and a defense. But most importantly, it can be a source of celebration.



    “I’m half Moroccan, half Egyptian, and I was born in Amsterdam. I’m Muslim, and I’m super proud of my heritage and of my roots. I want to be a role model for young girls who are struggling with racism or struggling with their looks or with their skin color. I had Naomi Campbell, who I looked up to as a black powerful woman. But there aren’t many Arabic models, and being an African-Arabic model, I’m trying to open doors for more Arabic girls.”




    “Growing up in Uganda, I did not fit into the ideal. I was too dark. I was too tall. But I didn’t really notice I was black until I came to the U.S. Here I’m black, whereas I was just a person in Uganda. [Last year, there was a close-up of Lagum’s lips on the M.A.C. Instagram feed that triggered racist remarks in the comments section.] It wasn’t that big a deal to me — haters gonna hate — and I was able to brush it off. I posted back, ‘My lips are giving you sleepless nights.’ I grew up loved by my family. That love enabled me to love what I saw in the mirror. I learned to love my skin too much to fit someone else’s script. It is the same love that keeps me safe from comments that would otherwise offend me.”




    “I don’t think people realize just how much Latinas vary in skin tone. I have Colombian and Dominican friends who are superdark and others who have blonde hair and blue eyes. We are kind of stepping away from thinking this is what someone Latin should look like, with a light skin tone and big butts. It’s celebrated more now than in the past, just how different Latin women are. My role model growing up was Selena. I love her music, what she represented, her sexiness. And just being herself. She wasn’t trying to conform to something else.”





    “I have the most vivid memories of being seven years old and my mom picking me up from my grandmother’s house. There were the three of us, a family tree in an ombré of mocha next to the caramel complexion of my mom and light-skinned, freckled me. I remember the sense of belonging, having nothing to do with the color of my skin."
    "I took an African-American studies class at Northwestern where we explored colorism; it was the first time I could put a name to feeling too light in the black community, too mixed in the white community. For castings, I was labeled ‘ethnically ambiguous.’ Was I Latina? Sephardic? ‘Exotic Caucasian’?”
    “Add the freckles to the mix and it created quite the conundrum. To this day, my pet peeve is when my skin tone is changed and my freckles are airbrushed out of a photo shoot."
    "For all my freckle-faced friends out there, I will share with you something my dad told me when I was younger: ‘A face without freckles is a night without stars.’”



    "It’s important for me [my daughters] to know that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes and colors, to celebrate diversity, and point out people who have [a] different tone, or they’re covered in beautiful freckles, or they have tight curls or long waves. All of it’s beautiful.
    "And what makes someone beautiful is the power of owning who they are and confidence, and being kind, and having compassion. Those types of themes are what I really try to nail into my girls’ heads, and reiterate over and over again — I feel like a drill sergeant sometimes. The only way that any of us are going to advance is if we have a generation of people who aren’t living with any sort of prejudices about standards of beauty or how we need to fit into a box.”



    "Pressures exist, and it’s on us to make those pressures not seem important to girls. I’ve achieved what I’ve achieved, and skin color has nothing to do with it — in fact, it might have been an asset. I like the color of my skin very much."
    "It’s so primitive that people are judged on the basis of the color of their skin. I mean, it’s skin. We all have it.
    "I feel a sense of responsibility with young girls everywhere — they can achieve anything that they want to do. There are so many girls around the world that are told that they can’t live their lives or they can’t behave a certain way because they’re girls. You know, we have to fight the fight ourselves. We have to show girl-love to each other. We need to encourage other women instead of knocking each other down.”



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    Including a bear on his titty and some Rihanna/Lena Dunham-esque bird on his stomach.

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    is your body a canvas for shitty art?

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    "Yeah, someone made me vaguely aware of that. I try not to think about it too much. I have so little patience for some of the feelings that some people have. I mean, I understand where it’s coming from. You know, cultural appropriation, my god. It’s just an adventure story. Don’t these people have something better to do than to worry about the fact that Iron Fist isn’t Oriental, or whatever word? I know Oriental isn’t the right word now, either.

    He was a character for a comic book at a different time. It’s very easy to second-guess anything. You can argue about Tarzan, you can argue about almost any character who came up then is bound to be not quite PC by some later standard or other. Okay, so you can make some adjustments. If they wanted to kill off white Iron Fist and come up with one who wasn’t Caucasian, that wouldn’t have bothered me, but neither am I ashamed for having made up one who was. He wasn’t intended to stand for any race. He was just a man who was indoctrinated into a certain thing.

    I just think some people have too much time on their hands, I guess. They have an infinite capacity for righteous indignation. By and large, that tends to be misplaced quite often because if you’re becoming all upset over things that are just stories, and if you don’t like it, instead of trying to change somebody else’s story, go out and make up your own character and do a good job of it. That’s just fine, but why waste time trying to run down other people’s characters simply because they weren’t created with your standards in mind?
    Now if something is really racist or degrading to a sex or race, an ethnic group or something like that, that’s something else, but Iron Fist isn’t that and never has been. It’s all about a fictitious race, a fictitious place like a Shangri-La, and one person who happens to be its emissary. There’s no reason why he can’t be Caucasian."


    "Because I did want to reach out to all races. Marvel has always pioneered — for years — in having people of other races in the comics, from Black Panther through Luke Cage and a few others. I made up the concept for another group a little later, I think it was in one of the kung fu magazines we had, “magazines” being the black and white comics, as we called them. I made up a concept — I forget if I made up the name — called the Sons of the Tiger. It was three people: one white, one black, one Asian. I turned that over to other people and let them handle it. I figured if that doesn’t hold, people are just too damn particular, they’re just too damn sensitive for their own good or anybody else’s. But then I really don’t have much sympathy at all to trigger warnings or any of that crap. I think it’s overdone and nobody but a baby needs it, an intellectual baby.

    On the other hand, if they had decided to make Iron Fist an Asian, that would have been fine with me, too. I wouldn’t have cared. I didn’t consider myself the safeguard of some kind of Caucasian literary standard or anything like that. But I would have found it easier to write about a Caucasian, so that’s one reason I probably did it. If somebody had suggested, “You want to make it so he’s Asian?” Well, we could have done that too.

    He could have a buddy who was Asian. It could have been a trio, like that group I just mentioned. You know, just make up a new character. Don’t worry about trashing another one. Just make up a new one. There’s always room for one, and it’s always better to be creative than to be a critic. I’ve been both. It’s better to be creative. There’s nothing wrong with being a critic, but after a while, you’re basically talking about other people’s work. That’s perfectly okay. There’s nothing wrong with it. It’s a perfectly respectable thing, but I think you should try to put yourself in their shoes instead of constantly complaining because they didn’t do exactly what you think they should have done. Rather than having that, you should go out and do it yourself."


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    - a lot going on in that profile

    - is on good terms with her ex-husband

    - hasn't really seen Chris since the breakup

    - calls Chris "truly one of the "kindest people [she] ever met, to the point where sometimes I would look at him and it would kind of break my heart. He’s really vulnerable, and he’s really straightforward. He’s like primary colors. He has beautiful, big, strong emotions, and he’s really sure of them. It’s just wonderful to be around. His heart is probably golden-colored, if you could paint it.”


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    For all the ONTD comedy fans out there, here is a list of Canadians whose twitter accounts consistently make make me smile:

    1. Mark Little (@markmarklittle)

    Mark Little is a stand-up comedian, actor, and founding member of the east coast comedy group picnicface.

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    2. Bruce McCulloch (@BrucioMcCulloch)
    Member of Kids In The Hall sketch group, author, and actor.

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    3. Aisha Alfa (@aishaalfa)
    Aisha is a rising stand-up comedian and current cast member on satirical news show "The Beaverton"

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    4. Dave Shumka (@daveshumka)
    Dave Shumka is a comedian, podcaster, and author.

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    5. Ivan Decker (@ivandecker)

    Decker is a stand-up comedian from Vancouver who has appeared on CBC's "The Debaters"

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    6. Kate Beaton (@beatonna)
    Beaton is the creator of the comic strip "Hark! A Vagrant", a children's book author, and an all around wonderful Canadian.

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    Who makes you laugh on twitter, ONTD?

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    Produced By Murda & Frank Dukes, most likely to drop on friday. Timbaland also said he worked with Zayn for his new album in an interview with Idolator.

    s o u r c e: zayn's instagram + zayn's twitter

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    Remake of French thriller, Papillon Noir by Herve Korian. Banderas will play Paul, a down-on-his-luck screenwriter who picks up a drifter (Rhys Meyers) and offers him a place to stay. However, when the deranged stranger takes Paul hostage and forces him to write, their unhinged relationship brings buried secrets to light.

    Starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Piper Perabo, and Antonio Banderas!

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    Ugh I can't at that pairing...

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    From Tomm Moore, director of "The Secret of Kells" and "Song of the Sea", comes the third instalment in his Irish mythology trilogy!

    Wolfwalkers tells the story of 11-year-old Robyn Goodfellow, a young apprentice hunter who comes to Ireland with her father to wipe out the last pack of wolves. Her life changes though after she saves a native girl, Mebh, which leads to her discovery of the Wolfwalkers and transforms her into the very thing her father is tasked to destroy.

    The film is, again, brought to life by Kilkenny's Cartoon Saloon animation studio, using both digital and hand-drawn animation. The deer chase sequence from the trailer is insanely beautiful!

    Read more over at Cartoon Brew.


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    Give James more scenes smh

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    The Power Rangers cast make a stop in New York City to promote the new movie hitting theatres on Friday, March 24th 2017!





    Becky G, RJ Cyler, Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, and Ludi Lin stopped by the AOL Build Series to discuss the film. The cast talk about the audition process, working in Vancouver (ayyyy!), their friendship, and more. Naomi Scott reveals that she played all the Power Rangers for her audition tape.



    The cast also stopped at the Today show to talk about how the new Power Rangers is more of a coming-of age story compared to the original series.



    Bryan Cranston stopped by Live with Kelly to talk about his involvement with the Power Rangers TV series. He voiced a lot of the monsters in the original series.



    Elizabeth Banks talks about channeling her dark side as villainous Rita Repulsa in the new film "Saban’s Power Rangers." The makeup process took about 4.5 hours a day.

    BUILD Series | Today | Live with Kelly | Today (March 14) | build.aol.com

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    - Has a nice house OP personal opinion
    - Her favorite place to visit in the world is Europe
    - Hobby she would never give up: Dancing
    - Describes herself in 3 words: Loyal, kind, giving
    - Pet peeve: People who are rude
    - Scares her the most: Losing someone I love
    - Who makes her the angriest? People who act entitled
    - Favorite Jingle: Stanley Steamer Carpet Cleaners

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