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    Mariah Carey‘s twins Monroe and Moroccan sure are growing up fast! The twins, who will celebrate their 2nd birthday in April, are starting to look and act more like their famous parents every day! With kids as cute as hers, Mariah couldn’t help but gush about her twins during her appearance on LIVE with Kelly and Michael on March 1.

    When asked about who her kids are most like, Mariah was torn. “It’s tough ’cause they change as the grow up,” she told hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan.

    Although it was difficult for Mariah to choose, one thing’s for sure — Monroe is shaping up to be a mini me of her fashion savvy mom!

    “[Monroe] tries to put my shoes on,” Mariah gushed. “She always chooses the most sparkly ones.”

    It sounds like Monroe has definitely inherited her mom’s love of fashion — hopefully she will also inherit her mom’s killer voice too! While Monroe has fashion in common with Mariah, Moroccan has his own special tradition with his mom.

    The pop star added, “Moroccan always watches movies with me.”


    Doesn't she just look AMAZING? I bet she is such a great mom at home. BTW her Jimmy Fallon interview segment coming on tonight!

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    Deadline reports that Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch have signed on to the Ryan Murphy-helmed HBO film THE NORMAL HEART. The actors join previously announced cast members Julia Roberts, Mark Ruffalo and Matt Bomer in the cable network's original movie adaptation of the Tony-winning Larry Kramer play.

    The film takes place during the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980s. Parsons will play gay activist Tommy Boatwright, the role which he portrayed in the 2011 Broadway revival. Kitsch plays Bruce Niles, described as "a closeted investment banker who becomes a prominent AIDS activist." Production is scheduled to begin later this year in New York for a 2014 premiere.

    The Normal Heart, whose recent revival closed on Broadway on July 10, 2011, won three 2011 Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Play, Best Featured Actress in a Play (Ellen Barkin) and Best Featured Actor in a Play (John Benjamin Hickey). The play was also honored as the Best Revival of a Play by the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Awards and received Drama Desk Awards for Best Ensemble and Best Direction of a Play, along with a Special Citation from the New York Drama Critics Circle.

    The Normal Heart was first produced by Joseph Papp and directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg at The Public Theater in 1985, where it ran for 294 performances. Joel Grey played in the role of "Ned Weeks" (replacing Brad Davis) in the original production. The play received an Off-Broadway revival in 2004.

    A film adaption of The Normal Heart has been in the works for years with numerous stars and directors attached to it, including Barbra Streisand who held the rights for a number of years.

    Two-time Emmy winner and Golden Globe Award winner Jim Parsons ("The Big Bang Theory") returned to Broadway in the revival of 'Harvey' after his extremely successful debut in Larry Kramer's 2011 Tony Award winning play The Normal Heart and received the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance.

    Kitsch is best known for his role as Tim Riggins in the NBC television series Friday Night Lights and for his role as Gambit in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. He also starred in the films John Carter, Battleship, and Savages.


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    WKYC viewers got a very unpleasant surprise on Thursday night ... in the form of "Matlock."

    NBC's Cleveland affiliate decided to pre-empt the network's Thursday night lineup with a re-run of a "Matlock" TV movie from 1992 called, "The Legacy."

    With NBC falling to fifth place -- behind Univision -- recently in February sweeps, and both its new shows and once-strong Thursday night lineup struggling to generate consistent ratings, WKYC-TV decided that a 21-year-old "Matlock" feature might generate higher ratings than re-runs of "The Office" and "Law & Order: SVU" and a new episode of "1600 Penn," which the affiliate bumped to Saturday night beginning at 1 a.m. According to their website, they plan to employ the same scheduling strategy next week.

    Commenters on the WKYC-TV website expressed outrage and bewilderment at the move. "Because what I'd love is to sit down to a nice tv movie from 1992, as I'm sure would most of your regular Thursday night viewers. What are you guys thinking?" Another expressed a similar frustration: "Have you guys gone insane? Matlock is the best substitution you could come up with? Someone should be fired. Total incompetence."

    Other viewers vented on Twitter. "Um I tried to tune into the Office on @wkyc and I get Matlock?! Love the theme song but what the hell?" Michael Wendt tweeted.

    Another commenter, Matt Karnack, reported that he emailed WKYC-TV for an explanation and was told the ratings of "1600 Penn" and "The Office were so bad that they were airing the "Matlock" re-runs "to get ratings points back for our advertisers."

    So did it work? Was "Matlock" a ratings success for WKYC? In household ratings, which measures the percent of the market's household audience is watching a certain program, "The Office" had a 1.7 rating against a 1.6 rating for the first half-hour of "Matlock" on WKYC, Showbuzz Daily reports. "1600 Penn" also had a 1.7 household rating at 9:30, compared to a 1.8 rating for "Matlock" at that time. "SVU" was the only program to significantly outdo "Matlock: The Legacy" in the 10 p.m. hour, earning a 2.9 versus "SVU's" 2.1 in the first half and then in the a 3.2 rating at 10:30 against "Matlock's" 2.4.

    WKYC-TV did not immediately return HuffPost TV's requests for comment.

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    New image of Sharlto Copley in The Europa Report was just released on the film's Facebook website and you will be able to see it under the cut

    EUROPA REPORT marks Copley’s first return to science fiction since the 2009 blockbuster District 9, as well as the English language debut of director Sebastián Cordero, who once again worked with two longtime collaborators, Academy Award winning Production Designer Eugenio Caballero (Pan’s Labyrinth, The Impossible) and Director of Photography Enrique Chediak (127 Hours). The film was written by Philip Gelatt and produced by Wayfare Entertainment’s Ben Browning. Executive Producers were Wayfare’s Michael Maher and Jeremy Kipp Walker. The film features music by Bear McCreary (Battlestar Galactica, The Walking Dead). The film was financed by Wayfare Entertainment and China’s Sil Metropole.

    A unique blend of documentary, alternative history and science fiction thriller, EUROPA REPORT follows a contemporary mission to Jupiter’s moon Europa, to investigate the possible existence of alien life within our solar system. Developed in close collaboration with NASA, JPL, SpaceX and other leaders in the scientific community, the film imagines the next step in manned space exploration and is based on recent scientific discoveries and theories.

    Ugh this needs a release date now. Also just a friendly reminder that Elysium was suppose to come out today, not a big deal or anything

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    One question about the Game of Thrones TV series has reared its head with increased frequency over the last few months. That question is fairly straightforward: will we see this story end on TV before author George R.R. Martin can deliver the final novel in the series?

    This is a valid question. The Game of Thrones TV series began in April 2011, at roughly the same point in time that Martin was delivering the manuscript for the fifth novel in the Song of Ice and Fire book series, A Dance with Dragons. Dragons was published in July 2011 and Martin reported that he had started work on the sixth and planned-to-be penultimate novel in the series, The Winds of Winter, using roughly 200 manuscript pages' worth of material as a springboard to write the next book. Like A Dance with Dragons and A Storm of Swords before it, Martin plans for The Winds of Winter to come in at around 1,500 manuscript pages in length. Martin wrote A Storm of Swords (the third novel in the series, published in 2000) in about two years, so it was not impossible to write this amount in a short amount of time. However,  A Dance with Dragons took five and a half years to appear, after a five-year wait for the fourth book in the series. With the well-publicised reasons for those delays dealt with (scrapping the original fourth book in the series a year into the writing and starting again from scratch; and a thorny timeline problem called the Meereenese Knot), it was hoped that the new book would take closer to the Storms timespan to complete than the Dragons one.

    As of March 2013, The Winds of Winter remains incomplete. New chapters have appeared, read out at conventions and appearing on Martin's website, and he reports progress being made, but no hard info on page count (a hopeful page count of 400 from a Spanish signing appearance a few months ago later turned out to be an erroneous mistranslation) has been given recently. In addition, Martin has reported taking on more projects than he should have done, with both The Lands of Ice and Fire and more recently The World of Ice and Fire (and its related short story, The Princess and the Queen) taking up more time than first intended. The result of this is that we should not be expecting The Winds of Winter to appear in the near future. I've been mooting a late 2015 release date (with the novel being finished in the first half of 2015) as a realistic date, and with Martin's work decks clearing to allow him to work on the novel full-time only this year, this seems to track (and only if no major obstacles on the scale of the Meereenese Knot arise).
    In the meantime, HBO have reached their third season, which will carry them roughly two-thirds of the way through the third novel in the series, A Storm of Swords. Season 4 next year (if commissioned, which seems about 99% likely) will almost certainly see them starting to reach material from the fourth and fifth books in the series (which take place concurrently), which means that within not too much time at all they will be breathing down Martin's neck.
    The question arises about what will happen next. The first thing they have to do is get through A Feast for Crows and A Dance with Dragons. They will likely take all of Season 5 to do this, along with a chunk from the end of Season 4 and probably a chunk from the start of Season 6. Whilst they're going to be just a book behind Martin fairly imminently, they are also going to take the better part of two seasons' worth of episodes (though extending across three actual seasons) to get through that material. Assuming that they will start reaching Winds of Winter material in late Season 6 and assuming Martin is able to publish The Winds of Winter in late 2015, that will get HBO the book at just about the time they'd need to be filming the next season (they'd actually need it for around June or July of that year, but the MS will be close enough to completion by then that Martin can simply give them information from that).
    Of course, if The Winds of Winter is as huge as advertised, it may mean that HBO would take an additional two seasons to get through that material, extending from Season 6 into a potential eighth season. However, at the point another problem rears its head: how long is the HBO series itself going to last?
    In the past, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have mooted anything from 70 to 90 episodes - seven to nine seasons - to tell their story. This gives them flexibility to end the story after seven seasons if the show's popularity is waning, or continue for nine if the show's popularity remains buoyant. Other issues will play a role in this, such as actors decided to leave or becoming so famous thanks to the show that contractual negotiations become prohibitively expensive (most of the original cast signed six-year deals, which will have to be extended come Season 7). But nine seasons is the longest the show is likely to go on for, and even that seems optimistic when you realise that no HBO drama series, not even the mega-popular The Sopranos, has lasted longer than six.
    Even if we assume nine seasons is the lifespan of the show, that clearly leaves problems. Martin has indicated he imagines A Dream of Spring - the mooted seventh and final novel in the series - will also needed to be about 1,500 manuscript pages just to wrap everything up satisfactorily. That means a likely further 3-4 years (at absolute best) to bring the books to completion after The Winds of Winter is finished. This clearly puts the publication of A Dream of Spring and the arrival of the final season of the show at about parity, and again this assumes no major problems occurring. It will also cause problems if A Dream of Spring takes two full seasons or more to tell on screen, since at that point the HBO show is unlikely to still be going. It also means we will see material from the start of A Dream of Spring in Season 8 of the show before the book is published (which will probably be okay with most people, as long as the novel itself comes out before the ninth and final season airs).
    This leaves us with a situation that would look like this:
    2013: Season 3 - A Storm of Swords Part 1
    2014: Season 4 - A Storm of Swords Part 2/A Feast for Crows/A Dance with Dragons Part 1
    2015: Season 5 - A Feast for Crows/A Dance with Dragons Part 2
    Late 2015: Possible Winds of Winter release date.
    2016: Season 6 - A Feast for Crows/A Dance with Dragons Part 3/The Winds of Winter Part 1
    2017: Season 7 - The Winds of Winter Part 2
    2018: Season 8 - The Winds of Winter Part 3/A Dream of Spring Part 1
    2019: Season 9 - A Dream of Spring Part 2/longest realistic lifespan of the TV series
    As you can see, this means that Martin would be required to publish A Dream of Spring by spring 2019 at the latest, and to give the showrunners material from it in the summer of 2018.

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    It's claimed Brad Pitt has been acting very moodily on the set of his latest film 12 Years A Slave in Louisiana.

    The actor is said to have shocked the crew with his 'grumpy and out of character' behaviour.

    'Brad is usually really friendly, mixes with everyone, eats with us and is very chilled. But in Louisiana he didn't seem at all happy,' reveals an assistant producer on the historical drama.

    The movie - which also stars Benedict Cumberbatch - is based on the 1853 autobiography of Solomon Northup, a free black man who was kidnapped and sold to work on plantations.

    Brad, 49, has collaborated with the assistant producer on a number of projects before and he reckons his unusual grouchiness may be down to him having too many things to worry about.

    On top of his heavy workload, the dad-of-six has a wedding to Angelina Jolie to plan and is currently overseeing the building of affordable homes in flood-damaged New Orleans.

    'It was a bit of a shock for those of us who've spent a lot of time with him before; we concluded that he seems to be under particular strain,' the producer tells the Sunday Express.

    'Of course we all have bad days, but he seemed genuinely unsettled over quite a long period.

    'Sometimes you can stretch yourself too far and you need to make changes. Brad could have reached the time where something's got to give.'


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    Emma Stone tweeted an anagram of ‘Andrew and Shailene sitting in a tree’ and then deleted it. Trouble with their relationship or is she just having some fun?


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    The already impressive roster for X-Men: Days of Future Past is getting bigger. French actor Omar Sy, known for his work in the acclaimed 2011 film The Intouchables, is joining the cast in an unspecified role. Director Bryan Singer shared the news on Twitter Saturday, where he called the actor "brilliant."
    "Thrilled to welcome the brilliant #OmarSy from the amazing film #TheIntouchables to the cast of #Xmen #DaysofFuturePast!" Singer tweeted.

    The follow-up to 2011’s X-Men: First Class, will reunite castmembers James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult. On Feb. 13, Singer announced Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage was joining the cast in a role still being kept under wraps.

    The film will also include appearances from the actors of the original X-Men trilogy, which was released from 2000-2006. Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page and Shawn Ashmore are on board to reprise their roles.

    Based on the iconic 1981 story in Marvel Comics' Uncanny X-Men, Days of Future Past will portray the original series stars as older versions of their characters in a dystopian future in which mutants are hunted down.

    Days of Future Past, from 20th Century Fox, is eyeing an April start date and is slated for a July 18, 2014, release

    God, what are they doing? I love Omar to death but soon this movie is going to have more characters and subplots than an episode of True Blood.

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    Briennnne....Ygritte orgasm face......auguhuhuhuhg

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  • 03/02/13--17:26: This is a Miley Post!!

  • Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth Breakup Rumors Shot Down: "They Are Totally Together," Says Source


    Fans of Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth can finally breathe a much-needed sign of relief.

    Rumors began that the twosome were headed for splitsville after the 20-year-old singer brought her mother Tish to Elton John's annual AIDS Foundation Oscar viewing party, while Liam attended the Grey Goose Pre-Oscar bash at the Chateau Marmont and was snapped leaving with January Jones.

    So, is the engaged duo (who recently returned from a romantic Costa Rica vacation) calling it quits?!

    "They are totally together," say the source. Nope! A source tells E! News the couple is still going strong, and any breakup speculation over the pair's Oscar night separation is entirely false.

    An insider explains there is "no drama" over the couple being apart on Oscar night, and in fact, the reason why the former Disney star went to Elton's party without him was because Miley's mom had never been to the annual Academy bash and wanted to go. So Miley took her instead.

    The source further insists the duo's engagement is very much on.

    What a relief to hear the couple of more than three years is still going strong!

    We absolutely adore Miley and her man.


    Are Little Mix Recruiting Miley Cyrus In Their Bid To Crack America?


    Little Mix have sent fans into a frenzy after a casual tweet sparked rumours of a potential collaboration with Miley Cyrus.

    The four-piece girl-group have enjoyed a successful 12-months after becoming the first band to claim the X Factor crown in 2011, with debut album DNA spawning a string of hits following its release in November.

    Band members Perrie, Jesy, Leigh-Ann and Jade have now set their sights on emulating the meteoric success of One Direction by cracking America – and their first move when they touch down in the US later this year will be a visit to Miley.

    In a tweet posted over the weekend, the group admitted they couldn't wait to hook up with the former Hannah Montana star.

    “Hey @MileyCyrus! Hope ur good :) We can't wait to come to America for the first time...hopefully we'll get to meet u soon! Little Mix xxx,” they wrote.

    Miley, 20, has yet to reply – but that hasn't stopped fans running wild with stories of a musical rendezvous.

    “@LittleMixOffic are you gonna make song with @MileyCyrus??? That's great!” read one such tweet, while another raved: “Is it true Miley Cyrus and Little Mix are doing a song together? I sure hope so!”

    Miley's fourth studio album Danger Zone (She already said this isn't the title) is released later this year.


    Arriving at a recording studio in Glendale, CA
    Miley Headed to the Studio

    Leaving a recording studio in Burbank, CA

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    Pop Princess rocks a #26 t-shirt while spending time at the beach on Saturday (March 2) in Santa Barbara, Calf. The 31-year-old entertainer was seen playing in the sand with her two sons Preston and JJ.

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    LOS ANGELES -- From week to week fans simply never know which characters will survive the relentless zombie attacks on AMC's hit series "The Walking Dead."

    That unpredictability keeps viewers on the edge of their seats and the shows' stars in a constant state of alertness.

    "You see series and they last a long time and sometimes the writing gets lazy or the acting gets lazy. Because we're in a zombie apocalypse and anyone can go at any time, it sort of keeps us fresh and on our toes," Norman Reedus told The Associated Press Friday.

    Fans lined up around the block to watch a panel discussion with Reedus and his co-stars at Paleyfest, the annual Southern California TV celebration. Many in the crowd showed their support for Reedus' crossbow-wielding character, Daryl Dixon, with their "If Daryl dies we riot!" T-shirts.

    The 44-year-old actor says his vocal fan base is responsible for his character's impressive longevity in a series that seems to have no qualms in axing its most popular characters.

    "Hell yes. Oh my god, yes," he said. "(They're) keeping me on the show."

    "The Walking Dead" focuses on a rag-tag band of surviving refugees, including unruly brothers Daryl and Merle Dixon, who were not part of the series' comic book origins.

    "I want to be Daryl Dixon in my next life," joked co-star Laurie Holden. "He's sexy and he's got the rugged thing going on."

    When asked about his breakout star status, Reedus becomes humble and tries to turn the spotlight on his Golden Globe-nominated cast. (hfhjdkjskfhsdhsd love him sooo)

    "I watch them grow and I watch myself grow. It's one of those acting things where like I'll be in a scene with her or with him and I'll say should I try this? And they'll go `yeah' and I'll believe them and I'll trust them. Everyone wants everyone to just kill it," Reedus said with a laugh.


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  • 03/02/13--18:12: Who dip-dyed their dog?
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    ICONIC supermodel Jessica Stam STUNS in the March issue of Numero. Photography by Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello.

    In a SHOCKING revelation, Supermodel Jessica Stam chops off her hair and dyes it back to blonde! Check out her Paris fashion week looks!

    Outside Roland Mouret


    Jean Paul Gaultier

    Do we love the new look?

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    "I just hope it doesn't pop out with a weird accent."

    – Channing Tatum, on his and wife Jenna's plan to give birth in London, on Jimmy Kimmel Live

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    "You look like an old girlfriend of mine."

    – Jack Nicholson, while crashing an interview to congratulate Jennifer Lawrence on her Oscar win

    "Oh, really? Do I look like a new girlfriend?"

    – Jennifer Lawrence, turning on the charm

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    "I'm trying to get back to my original weight of 8 pounds and 15 ounces."

    – Wynonna Judd, on the reason she's joining this season's cast of Dancing with the Stars

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    "Does anyone know how to turn these things off?"

    – Josh Duhamel, channeling Katy Perry in a promo for his Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Awards hosting gig

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    "I'm trying to re-enter society. I've been in this building for 18 hours a day and I feel like I just got out of prison and I don't know how to act right."

    – Tina Fey, on life after 30 Rock, on The Late Show with David Letterman

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    "We write songs about boys and sex together. That may not be normal to the average psychiatrist out there but I think it's pretty cool."

    – Ke$ha, on collaborating with her mother

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    "We look so much alike that I could be his twin! I asked him out to dinner so that I could teach him some new dancing moves."

    – Richard Simmons, on meeting former Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy

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    "I'm worried about it because my boobs could fall into my dinner, so I'm being very careful."

    – Heidi Klum, on the risks of her cleavage-baring Oscars dress

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    "I say give it a good six months before you commit. Feelings change, even if it seems so lustful."

    – Kim Kardashian's marriage advice, to Cosmo

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    "I am smiling – you just can't tell because I have a beard!"

    – George Clooney, while getting his Oscar engraved at the Governors Ball, to PEOPLE


    HAPPY WEEKEND, ONTD!  xoxo to you all!  :-)

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    Iggy has shared some cute new pictures on Instagram from the set of the official music video of her first single “Work“

    Iggy has tweeted some info on the “Work” music video that starts filming in Los Angeles and will premiere on March 11. She also announced that “Mini Iggy” from the “Murda Bizness” video will be making a cameo appearance.

    Iggy Azalea will appear on this Sunday’s episode of MTV2‘s “Week in Jams,” and guest host Po Johnson played a round of “Marry, F—, Kill” with the Aussie native, who will release her debut album The New Classic later this year. Her choices: Charlie Sheen, Justin Bieber, and Jams’ own Charlamagne Tha God.

    After some playful banter, Charlamagne and Iggy decided that they were best off as f— buddies, leaving it at that. “I like you, so I’ll f— you,” Iggy told, “but I won’t be with you forever.” To which Charlamagne cheekily replied, “And I’ll appreciate the favor.”

    Now left with the excruciating choice of who to marry and who to kill between Charlie Sheen and the Biebs, Iggy looked to that factor which guarantees a relationships success: money. “You think Charlie Sheen is richer? Alright f— it I’m marrying him… Kill Bieber.”

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