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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Warning: this video contains graphic content.

    A short film entitled "Love is All You Need?" uses real life events in an alternate universe to explore if "heterophobia" were real.

    "Love" creator and director K.Rocco Shields uses intolerance, bullying and suicide to depict what the world would be if being gay was the norm and straight people were in the minority. The film has already won a total of 19 film festival awards.

    At present, WingSpan Pictures is currently seeking financing of the feature-length version of the movie, which is reportedly set to star "Twilight" hunk Kellan Lutz.

    Check out the powerful short film in full above.

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    Taylor Swift is a certified BALLER -- TMZ has learned that not only did she just buy a Rhode Island mansion for $17 million ... but she did it with straight cash, homey!

    As TMZ first reported, Swift was eyeing the 11k-plus-square-foot mansion for a few weeks now, having toured the place back on April 15.

    According to our real estate sources, the asking price on the house (which sits on 5.23 acres) was around $20 mil, but Swift got it for $17.75 mil.

    We're told Swift wired the money over and movers were spotted at the house early this morning.

    Maybe Taylor is better at closing the deal than we thought.











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    Attempting to repeat the success of their 2011 hit Drive,Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling will once again be hitting Cannes Film Festival with Only God Forgives. Following two new trailers for the film, we’ve now got three clips from the Thailand-set project, showing off a trio of very different scenes and amounting to over six minutes.

    As hinted at in the trailer, Kristin Scott Thomas owns the role of Gosling’s mother, who comes to Thailand following the death of her other son. In the first clip below, she gets verbally abusive with our lead character’s girlfriend in an awkward dinner. In another, we can see Gosling begin his violent revenge as Julian. And lastly, Vithaya Pansringarm hunts down a mass murderer following a shoot-out. Check them all out below for the film that is aiming to pack the same shock as Drive, but taking a very different approach, and return for our take next month from Cannes.

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    i'm excited for this. and yeah, last two clips are p violent

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    This is so intense!!! urghhh Deb! :( . This season is going to kill me!

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    Miley-n-Hemsworth

    Billy Ray Cyrus dropped by "The Tonight Show" to talk about his new autobiography, "Hillbilly Heart," but the topic quickly made its way to his famous daughter, Miley. Specifically, Jay Leno wanted to know whether she and her fiance, Liam Hemsworth, are actually going to get married.
    "Probably should ask her that," Cyrus said. "Her and Liam seem to be having a lot of fun right now. I told them, ‘Value your friendship. Take care of your friendship. That piece of paper can change things real quick.’”
    Cyrus knows a lot of things about marital difficulties. He contemplated divorce a few years back, only to change his mind and refocus his energy on his wife and his family.
    It was a legitimate question about Miley and Hemsworth. Recent reports are that their wedding has been postponed and tat the couple is once again on the rocks. At least, they're reportedly taking the time to get their relationship right before rushing into a marriage they may not be ready for.

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    It's that time of year, everybody. Summer's just around the corner, and you know what that means: time to start preparing for the one song that'll become so damn near inescapable between the months May and September, you'll wish it never existed in the first place.

    The criteria for what makes a Summer Song is varied, but the most common are as such: extremely high sales figures, and at least one full month of being #1 on the Hot 100 chart - usually between June and July, sometimes carrying over into August. The title of The Summer Song has been so sought-after that last year, Billboard even devised its own chart to gauge such a distinction; unsurprisingly, Carly Rae Jepsen ultimately earned the title with her monster hit "Call Me Maybe."

    Here's a shortlist of the most widely accepted Summer Songs of years past:
    2002: Nelly, "Hot in Herre"
    2003: Beyonce, "Crazy in Love"
    2004: Usher's ass in general, with "Yeah!", "Burn" and "Confessions Pt. 2"
    2005: Mariah Carey, "We Belong Together"
    2006: Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland, "Promiscuous"
    2007: Rihanna featuring Jay-Z, "Umbrella"
    2008: Katy Perry, "I Kissed a Girl"
    2009: The Black Eyed Peas and their one-two punch of "Boom Boom Pow" and "I Gotta Feeling"
    2010: Katy Perry featuring The Artist Formerly Known as Snoop Dogg, "California Gurls"
    2011: LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock, "Party Rock Anthem"
    2012: Carly Rae Jepsen, "Call Me Maybe"

    Below, I've compiled a list of likely contenders for this year's Summer Song. Based on their prevalence, sales and chart positions on the Hot 100, any of them have a feasible chance of taking the title - whether or not any of them take it is another question.



    Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton - Can't Hold Us
    Currently at #2 on the Hot 100, the follow up to the duo's smash hit "Thrift Shop" is already proving to be a worthy sophomore single release, with a reign at the chart's top spot likely. This could very well be our Song of Summer this year, but is it peaking too early for it to get there?


    Emeli Sandé - Next To Me
    Emeli's already a major sensation in her native UK - her debut Our Version of Events was the nation's highest seller of 2012 - and despite the album receiving a stateside release last June, she hasn't quite broken through into the mainstream just yet. Will "Next to Me" be the one to get here there? Currently peaking at #46 on the Hot 100, it's very possible that the Scottish singer can achieve a "Rolling in The Deep" Style success with the track - funny, given the fact that her birth name is actually Adele, too.


    Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX - I Love It
    Perhaps the most infectious track on here, this adrenaline shot of electronic-dance-pop has been steadily growing on the Hot 100, following its appearance on the much-beloved and wank-free HBO series Girls in February. Sitting at its current peak of #13 just outside the top 10, this has a pretty good chance at being this year's inescapable Summer anthem.


    Justin Timberlake - Mirrors
    With his comeback single "Suit & Tie" on its way out, "Mirrors" has already begun to take its place on the chart, so far reaching a peak of #7. If it does reach the top spot for the majority of this summer, "Mirrors" would be the first real R&B-flavored track to do so since being Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" in 2005, and given how bitches love their Justin Timberlake, it's entirely possible.


    Pitbull featuring Christina Aguilera - Feel This Moment
    Because honestly, people just have low standards. So this has just as much of a chance as any of the others here.


    Selena Gomez - Come & Get It
    Her first effort since ditching The Scene, "Come & Get It" is rising on the Hot 100, moving 23 spaces from its debut position for a thus-far peak of #22. Selena has come close to really clinching a top 10 hit for herself in the past - her previous single "Love You Like a Love Song" climbed to the same number her latest is sitting at - so it won't come as a total surprise if she manages to pull of a major hit with this one.


    Taylor Swift - 22
    Coming off of her smash hit album Red, "22" is likely to reach the same heights as previous singles "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and "I Knew You Were Trouble," steadily rising on the Hot 100 at a current peak of #24. A top 10 placing is inevitable, but will she earn her second #1 at just the right time this Summer?


    Olly Murs featuring Flo Rida - Troublemaker
    Olly Murs emerged as a star in the UK after placing second on The X Factor, and while his last effort at breaking America with "Heart Skips a Beat" wasn't much of a success, "Troublermaker" has already more than made up for it. The single can currently be found at #31 on Hot 100, and has been on the incline ever since debuting on the chart. The bonus appearance of feature whore Flo Rida can't hurt its success, either.


    Little Mix - Wings
    Another X Factor success story in the UK, Little Mix was the first group to ever win the show - a feat that even One Direction couldn't accomplish. "Wings" became their second #1 in their home territory upon its August 2012 release, but the girls now have their sights set on the US. Currently in the midst of a grassroots radio campaign in America, "Wings" may prove to be a real sleeper hit here, having already sold an excess of 100,000 singles since hitting on the US iTunes store last February. Its current Hot 100 peak is a bit low at the moment (#91), but will Little Mix be able to lead a new wave of girl group success in the United States? It could happen.


    Zedd featuring Foxes - Clarity
    Zedd is a rising star in the world of EDM - having booked a producing gig on Lady Gaga's forthcoming ARTPOP - and with his latest single, he could most definitely reach the likes of heavyweights David Guetta, Calvin Harris and Swedish House Mafia. The track is rising on the Hot 100 at #70, and as the nicer weather starts to roll in, "Clarity" could be this summer's big dance anthem.


    Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding - I Need Your Love
    Speaking of Calvin Harris, the Scottish producer (and sometimes singer) is throwing his hat into the Summer Song of 2013 race himself. With he and collaborator Ellie Goulding both coming off of hit singles in the US (his and Florence Welch's "Sweet Nothing" made it to #10 a few months ago, while Ellie's "Lights" reached a peak of #2 last summer), we could be looking at a smash success with this one, having just debuted on the chart at #76.


    source: individual youtube links &this weeks Hot 100 chart
    thoughts opinions complaints etc? if you're too high and mighty for anything here, what do you think you'll be jamming to this summer?

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  • 04/27/13--15:58: Just a slob like one of us.





  • 'I'm no posh kid,'
    insists 'toffee-named' Benedict Cumberbatch

    With his public school education and aristocratic-sounding name, it’s hardly surprising Benedict Cumberbatch has been branded one of Britain’s poshest actors.But the Sherlock and Star Trek star has railed against the tag, insisting it’s unfair to typecast him as another stereotypical ‘posh kid’.
    In an interview with today’s Mail on Sunday Event magazine, he says:‘There’s always going to be somebody spitting blood about my wooden-faced toffee-named crappy acting.'

    The 36-year-old, who was brought up in Kensington and educated at £30,000-a-year Harrow, says it is ‘lazy’ to treat all public school actors the same way. He adds that he prefers working in the US because they are less interested in class.
    ‘No one minds so much over there,’ he says. ‘It’s rather about how good you are at your job. I was desperately proud of my parents for sending me to Harrow. It was a huge stretch for them. I wasn't sent to the school my dad went to. I’m not a hereditary peer. ‘One of the best things about being an actor is that it’s a meritocracy.’
    Cumberbatch, who last year threatened to leave the UK because he was sick of being seen as ‘a moaning, rich, public school bastard’, adds:‘I’m definitely middle-class, I think. 'I know others would argue but I’m not upper-class. Upper-class to me means you are either born into wealth or you’re royalty.                                  

    Okay, maybe I’m upper-middle class.'



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    sounds like her first song Complicated as sung by Kesha. You can also definitely hear the Nikelback bleeding through the notes. On the plus side, she looks pretty and sings quite well.

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    aliffie

    It may not quite be the "Mad Men" cast's situation, but "Game of Thrones" stars have a lot of secrets they have to keep as well. Of course, the hit HBO show is based on George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series, but because "Game of Thrones" still tells its own story, mums the word when it comes to spoilers.
    But "Game of Thrones" star Alfie Allen, who plays Theon Greyjoy on the series, can't seem to zip his lips tight enough. The actor -- who's also pop star Lily Allen's brother and the subject of one of her songs -- told Rolling Stone that he's basically a "human spoiler," which has its consequences.
    "I'm really bad at keeping secrets ... There was a press thing going on after the premiere in L.A., and I wasn't allowed to go on that," Allen told Rolling Stone. "It's quite annoying having to keep tight-lipped about it. Then again, playing the game is quite fun."
    Season 2 ended ambiguously for Theon (a burlap bag was placed over his head as he lay unconscious), but Allen didn't think twice about telling people he was alive (though not so much well) in Season 3. "I would speak to people and they'd say, 'What are you up to?' and I'd say 'I've just been shooting the third season of "Game of Thrones,"' and they'd be like, 'What?'" he told the magazine. "It's really annoying, because I ruined it for people."
    Allen does want "Game of Thrones" fans to enjoy watching sans spoilers, even if he can't help but spill the beans. In June 2012 after the Season 2 finale, he told TV Guide, "You've got to be a little bit on your guard ... You just don't want to ruin things for people out there ... I feel quite sorry for the people who haven't even gotten into Season 1, who read articles about it in the newspaper or in the magazines, and it so blatantly talks about Ned Stark's death. It's ruined it for them straightaway before they start watching it. It would be great if you could just leave it to surprise, but it's only so long you can hold back on spoilers."

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    He played his early football on cement. This was long before the Champions League, before Melissa Satta, before the cars, the Moonwalk, the tattoos and the hair styles. There was another Kevin Prince Boateng. He would spend his time on a little pitch in the unfashionable, rough part of Berlin. It is still a cement rectangle surrounded by a fence and today with kids of various ethnicities cheering the local hero who had returnted to his old neighbourhood. "All you could see from my house was rubbish. I'd go out, bunk off school and come to this pitch to play football with my brothers." I learned from my elder brother, George, who is a dj now that it's so easy to waste your life." The youngest of the brothers, Jerome, "seems to have succeeded at Bayern I failed, by beating Barcelona. I'm proud of him." All three of them have returned to the «Panke», as they call the playground. And Kevin Prince seems to be the happiest of them all, even happier than the youngsters climbing up the fences, trying to catch the attention of the brothers. This is where it all started, when he was considered talented, but hard to handle and he very rarely comes back. After Berlin he began a long and frenzied journey around Europe, with a detour to Ghana ("I went there for the first time in 2010, to play for the national team, but the welcome I received there made me feel I was one of them from the very start"). Now it looks like he has settled down, in Milan.

    Kevin Prince, have you finally settled down?
    "Yes. I have found a girlfriend and we live together. I like Milan so I think of it as home now. I'd like to stay here for a while. I have a contract, but in football you never can tell. I might leave tomorrow, today even. I'm joking. Everything's cool at AC Milan."

    The racist insults problem comes up again and again. Haven't you ever considered <I'm leaving for somewhere more civilised>?
    "It has happened and I have said : "Enough is enough, I'm leaving". But it was a knee-jerk reaction spurred on by the frustration and the emotion I was feeling at that point in time. It really upsets me whenever I see and hear these sort of things. You ask yourself why it happens. But I can't and won't let four or five idiots chase me away."

    The last incident in Turin cost Juve thirty thousand euro. Were you expecting tougher measures like, a ban?
    "It isn't up to me to decide on what form of punishment should be given and how much the fine should be. What is important, in my opinion is that the seriousness of these acts should be made clear and idiots like those should be stopped."

    According to Balotelli an Italian Obama would be needed to change things over here...
    "Mmmm, I think Mario should run for president...".

    Okay, let's get back to football. Were Juve clearly the best team of the season?
    "Well you just have to look how many points they have in the league. They are at the top of their game. But just for this year. Next year we're going to win the title back. And we'll see about the Champions League."

    You and Melissa are always in the headlines. You are followed on Twitter, photographed and people envy you. In a recession like this don't you feel uneasy living the life of a star?
    "Firstly I don't consider myself a star. Then I live my own life. I grew up poor and I know what it feels like. I've made sacrifices to get where I am today. I gave up everything normal adolescents do to dedicate my life to football. But I've always had my objective clear in my mind."

    Yes but you've also spoiled yourself.
    "We'll my only true vice is that I like sleeping in. But it's true. I do give myself presents. With my first wage-packet as a footballer, I bought myself a watch. I saw my agent at the time was wearing one and I had my eye on it. I earned it. Now I know I must be careful as these are tough times for everyone, but I can't be hypocritical either." And coming back to the Panke in Berlin to the cement pitch where it all started helps you keep your feet firmly on the ground."


    Kevin Prince, have you finally settled down?
    "Yes. I have found a girlfriend and we live together. I like Milan so I think of it as home now. I'd like to stay here for a while. I have a contract, but in football you never can tell. I might leave tomorrow, today even. I'm joking. Everything's cool at AC Milan."

    The racist insults problem comes up again and again. Haven't you ever considered <I'm leaving for somewhere more civilised>?
    "It has happened and I have said : "Enough is enough, I'm leaving". But it was a knee-jerk reaction spurred on by the frustration and the emotion I was feeling at that point in time. It really upsets me whenever I see and hear these sort of things. You ask yourself why it happens. But I can't and won't let four or five idiots chase me away."

    The last incident in Turin cost Juve thirty thousand euro. Were you expecting tougher measures like, a ban?
    "It isn't up to me to decide on what form of punishment should be given and how much the fine should be. What is important, in my opinion is that the seriousness of these acts should be made clear and idiots like those should be stopped."

    According to Balotelli an Italian Obama would be needed to change things over here...
    "Mmmm, I think Mario should run for president...".

    Okay, let's get back to football. Were Juve clearly the best team of the season?
    "Well you just have to look how many points they have in the league. They are at the top of their game. But just for this year. Next year we're going to win the title back. And we'll see about the Champions League."

    Right, the Champions League. What did AC Milan not have that Bayern did?
    "We played an almost perfect game in the first leg. These are matches where the team who makes the least number of mistakes goes through. Then you need luck to be on your side, too. In Munich on Tuesday the ref didn't whistle on two occasions when there were players offside... However Bayern really are just too good this year. Their team play is really incredible. But I told my brother to be careful because Barça can score four goals at home."

    Now Fiorentina are trying to climb above you. What will happen if you don't make the third Champions League spot?
    "That won't happen. The Champions League wouldn't be the Champions League without AC Milan. You know it; I know it: we'll get the third place and that's all there is to it."

    Then reinforcements will be drafted in this summer. There's talk of a move for Lavezzi, to add strength up front. Aren't you worried about being too far from the goalmouth?
    "Not at all. We are talking about what is in the interests of AC Milan not of Prince Boateng. If the coach wants to buy a good striker, whether it be Lavezzi or some one else, he'll do it. He'll score a lot of goals. Whether I score is neither here nor there. What counts is that we get back to winning. If I've said it once I've said it fifty times: I have a favourite position, but I'll play where the coach wants me to."

    Right, the coach. How do you get on with Allegri?
    "Just like normal. For three years now it has been a normal relationship. It has its ups and downs, but then you can't expect it to be good all the time. But I'm grateful to him for helping me improve my defending and tactics. We've worked a lot on that. And that's how I've become the player I am today."

    What would you like to improve?
    "I'd like to be a bit calmer, like my brother. Sometimes it's nice. I tend to be a little too exuberant."

    Jerome is a quiet guy, but he came to blows with Balotelli in training when he was at Man City. How do you get along with Mario?
    "That's true. We didn't talk about it at home though. Clashes come about. Even between us brothers, over football. But we got over it. I get on very well with Balo. He and El Shaarawy are two of the players I get along better with."

    Two youngsters: do you feel the responsibility of being an experienced player and help them out?
    "Not at all... I already have one son."

    He's five. Can you see any Boateng genes yet?
    "He'll be a footballer, that's for sure. He keeps on telling me himself. My dad and my uncle both play football. I can't go and work in a bank... And I want to raise a good family with Melissa. We want to get married and have drawn up plans for the next few years."

    Is Boateng a jealous partner?
    "No, don't say I'm jealous. Well, maybe you're right, just a little where she's concerned, but just because she's so beautiful... It's impossible not to be."

    You and Melissa are always in the headlines. You are followed on Twitter, photographed and people envy you. In a recession like this don't you feel uneasy living the life of a star?
    "Firstly I don't consider myself a star. Then I live my own life. I grew up poor and I know what it feels like. I've made sacrifices to get where I am today. I gave up everything normal adolescents do to dedicate my life to football. But I've always had my objective clear in my mind."

    Yes but you've also spoiled yourself.
    "We'll my only true vice is that I like sleeping in. But it's true. I do give myself presents. With my first wage-packet as a footballer, I bought myself a watch. I saw my agent at the time was wearing one and I had my eye on it. I earned it. Now I know I must be careful as these are tough times for everyone, but I can't be hypocritical either." And coming back to the Panke in Berlin to the cement pitch where it all started helps you keep your feet firmly on the ground."


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    Taylor Swift's oceanfront estate was built in 1930 and has been carefully maintained over the years. The 8 bedroom residence presides over 5.25 acres of lawns and gardens which encompass over 700 feet of shoreline. The grounds are highlighted with a wonderful and large Pebble Tec outdoor pool that enjoys the added benefit of an adjoining newly renovated pool house/fitness center. Surrounding the pool and main house are magnificent walled terraces that offer a spectacular venue for outdoor entertaining with their incredible vistas of sparkling ocean and surf. Encompassing four levels of living area, this exceptional 16 room residence is outfitted with beautiful detailing including hardwood floors, handsome crown moldings, 8 large fireplaces, two fully-equipped kitchens (including a service kitchen) and expansive floor to ceiling windows that capture panoramic water vistas
    stretching from Block Island to Montauk Point.
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    If someone asked you to come up with a pair of acting legends to star in a sitcom, you couldn't do much better than to suggest Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi. The heavyweights of the dramatic world have signed up to star as a couple in ITV's new comedy Vicious, which starts tomorrow (April 29).

    But the amazing cast doesn't stop there - we also get treated to the likes of Frances de la Tour and one of our favorite Misfits stars, Iwan Rheon. We caught up with Iwan recently to find out what Vicious is all about, why filming the show was scary, and whether he'd be up for a Misfits movie...

    If someone on the street came up and asked you what Vicious is about, what would you tell them?
    "It's basically about a mature gay couple who have been together for 48 years and who are quite vicious with each other, but it's not in a horrible way - you really like the characters and it comes from their love for each other. You do get these lovely gentle moments with them. And then it's about their group of mates as well, who are all older, shall we say! My character Ash moves in upstairs, but then he becomes really good friends with them as well."

    How does Ash affect Freddie and Stuart when he moves in upstairs?
    "It's kind of, 'Ooh, who's this young man?' But they do become really good friends, which is lovely. It's quite a sweet relationship where they kind of adopt him in a way and bring him into their little family, and they help him with stuff. They're also detrimental to him, but in a funny way - it's always from a place of affection. He gets to be a part of their world, which is a world that he's not experienced before."

    What kind of humor is in the show? The name Vicious suggests it's kind of biting...
    "Yeah, it's very witty - back and forth exchanges. It's all kind of based on the character, which is, I think, the strong thing about it. You get the relationships very quickly, and the audience are very quickly on board, because Ian and Derek are incredible actors and everyone else in the cast is - it's just been a dream to work with them all. But yeah, you get the relationships very quickly and the script's very sharp and witty as well. It's kind of non-stop."

    The cast are incredible - did it feel intimidating going into work on your first day?
    "Oh yeah, yeah! Yeah, it was intimidating. It was scary and intimidating, but exciting and surreal."

    Was everyone nice to you?
    "Yeah, they were lovely straight away - really, really supportive. And I think they appreciated what I was going through! It's nice - they talk about when they worked with certain people and how it was the same, so when they were young and they were coming into jobs and working with people like Laurence Olivier..."

    The show's filmed in front of a live audience, too - was that scary?
    "Yeah, it's pretty daunting. But also, in a way it can be comforting, because as soon as we first went out and we saw the response and felt the warmth of the audience and how they got it all straight away, it puts you at ease a bit because you know you're part of something that's really funny. If they're laughing then hopefully everyone else will as well."

    Studio sitcoms or shows filmed in front of an audience don't always have the best reputation. Do you think Vicious could change that?
    "Hopefully, yeah. It's a very traditional way of doing it, but it's very script-based and character-based - it's not relying on gags. It's far more sophisticated, I think. You really get to know the characters and that's where the comedy comes from, as opposed to just really cheap gags. They have a time and a place, but this is more of a sort of traditional sitcom - like more of a Blackadder, Absolutely Fabulous-type era. It's a bit more like that."

    Apart from you, this show has a largely older cast - do you think young people will still enjoy it?
    "I think so, yeah. And the young people that I have invited to come to see it - I don't know whether they'll be honest with me or not, I hope they would! - they've really enjoyed it and found it hilarious. I think there's something special about it. It's been done in a way that's very easy and accessible, yet it's very clever as well."

    So tell us about Ash - what is he like?
    "Ash is a really, really nice guy - really nice! He's just happy to be there, really. He's kind of come into this world and he's from Wigan, and he's moved down to London to try to start a new life in a way, and he doesn't know anyone. So this is his first impression of London! But yeah, he's just a really enthusiastic, happy, warm, loving kind of young man."

    And his relationship with Freddie and Stuart is really nice?
    "Yeah - they kind of take him under their wing in a way, but it's a two-way thing. His lack of cynicism and bitterness towards life that they may have kind of enlightens them and attracts them in a way that, 'Wow, this is lovely'. And on the other side, what they give Ash is the opportunity to become this person, whereas some people like that, the light would go out because life would have crushed him. But I think what they're doing to Ash is they're making him more alive in a way."

    It sounds like there's a lot of heart behind the show.
    "Yeah, it's really warm. There is a lot of heart and there's some really lovely moments. But it's great because it escalates into a really funny comedy, and then what that allows you is to have lovely dramatic moments where you feel it's really touching, and then it's brilliant at just breaking it and all of a sudden it's back to laugh out loud."

    You're in Game of Thrones at the moment too. It seems like you like to do a bit of everything, - comedy, drama...
    "Yeah - I never want to be put in a box and be told what I am. It's nice to be able to do loads of different things and then figure out what I'm good at. It's nice to do things that are completely out of your comfort zone, like this. But it's nice also to get to play a really happy character for once - oh my God!"

    A lot of people probably know you from Misfits - are you hoping to break away from that a little bit with this?
    "Yeah, it's just playing another character - that's what's fun and interesting. But yeah, this is totally different, and totally different to Game of Thrones. It couldn't be further away, so yeah, it's great. It's exciting."

    Howard Overman said recently that if there was a Misfits movie, he might bring back Simon and Alisha - would you be open to that?
    "Yeah! I think if the script was good enough and if the storyline was good."

    So it's not one of those things that you've left and now think, 'That's it, that's over'?
    "No, no. I think I'd be an idiot not to [go back]. But I think it'd be a really fun thing to do to go back and revisit, because obviously I feel so much love for Misfits and gratitude to them and those guys at Clerkenwell Films and E4 and how they gave me such a huge opportunity and gave me a lot of really challenging stuff to do while I was there. So yeah, if I get the opportunity, I'd love to. And in a way I do still feel like it never really got finished. I thought the Simon storyline in the third series was quite rushed and you didn't really get to see enough of it, for various reasons. I think it might happen. I think it's quite likely that it will happen, yeah, if they can get everyone together to do it."

    People would love that - the show has such a huge fanbase.
    "Yeah. It would be a logistical challenge to get all of us available at the same time, but yeah - I mean, I'm up for it."

    Did you watch the last series? What did you think of it?
    "Yeah, I enjoyed it, yeah. I think Joe [Gilgun] is hilarious. I mean, I don't know - it's very weird."

    I was going to say it must be strange watching it when you're not in it.
    "Yeah, it's very weird watching it and being like, 'Why am I not in this?' But yeah, it was quite nice to watch it and not have the worry of me being in it! Being like, 'F**k, I hope I'm not s**t in this bit!' So it was nice, yeah."

    So if people are thinking, 'Why should I watch Vicious?' what would you tell them?
    "It's funny! It's something you can sit back and just enjoy. You don't have to think too hard - it's kind of there done for you. It's using that brilliant British traditional sitcom and maximising it."

    Vicious begins on Monday (April 29) at 9pm on ITV1.

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    A source close to the couple told the MailOnline website:"Jennifer and Justin have been totally relaxed about the wedding planning. They're looking forward to the wedding, but they have different ideas about the actual wedding itself.

    "It's not to do with them as a couple, they're madly in love. Every time you see them they've got their arms around each other.

    "Jen wants something bigger with all their friends, Justin would just like something a bit more intimate.

    "At this point, we're expecting the wedding to be at the end of the summer, just before Labor Day Weekend (September 2)."

    The former 'Friends' star - who got engaged last summer - admitted recently that she hasn't had time to select her wedding dress because she is so busy.

    Jennifer was previously said to have found her first wedding to Brad Pitt in 2000 "stressful".

    Her wedding planner Kevin Lee claimed she was uncomfortable with the lavish celebration - which cost a rumoured $1 million and included a 13 minute-long fireworks display and 50,000 flowers -and is planning a very different ceremony with Justin.

    He said: "They won't be blowing millions on an over-the-top wedding with hundreds of people they barely know. Brad wanted that when she married him, and she got caught up in having a huge day.

    "It was ultimately so stressful that she couldn't really take time to enjoy it. So it's going to be small and low-key so they feel relaxed."

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    UPDATED: The first tentpole of summer 2013 rolled out at the international box office a week ahead of its May 3 North American debut.

    Marvel Studios and Disney's Iron Man 3 has blasted into the stratosphere overseas, opening to $195.3 million from 42 markets to beat last year's global blockbuster The Avengers, which debuted to $185.1 million internationally.

    Box office observers agree that Iron Man 3 is playing more like a sequel to last summer's The Avengers -- which featured a myriad of Marvel superheroes, including Downey's Iron Man -- than a follow-up to Iron Man 2, which posted a foreign opening of roughly $100 million in 2010.

    Iron Man 3 broke a slew of records, scoring the biggest weekend ever in Argentina, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore. It also scored the top Marvel opening in another raft of markets.

    Teaming Robert Downey Jr. with franchise newcomer, director Shane Black, Iron Man 3 opened at the international box office ahead of its May 3 North American launch, as Iron Man 2 did in 2010. Gwyneth Paltrow and Don Cheadle also are returning cast members.

    Iron Man 3, which has been well reviewed so far, is playing in roughly 80 percent of the foreign marketplace, excluding major markets Russia and China (it opens in China May 1).

    The tentpole broke numerous records for 113 IMAX theaters, which took in $7.2 million for a per screen average of $64,000, coming in ahead of any Marvel title, including Avengers.

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    Kerli's facebook: I gotta say it's pretty damn cool to see Queen B Beyoncé rock something I spray painted white on my patio for Utopia 8) The dress was originally nude and made by the brilliant Rocky Gothercole ♥ & hearts; Whooop!

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  • 04/28/13--12:16: Celebrity Picture Post
  • Joseph Gordon Levitt at the Lakers- Spurs games

    Adam Lambert in West Hollywood at Bootsy Bellows


    Amy Poehler on Jimmy Fallon


    Christina Ricci at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival 'Smurfs Family Festival' World Premiere in NYC


    Isla Fisher at the Gotham Magazine Celebration in NYC


    Kelly Osbourne in Sydney



    Emmy Rossum at the Chateau Marmont


    Jessica Alba in Santa Monica




    Avril Lavigne arriving for her secret performance at the Viper Room


    Salma Hayek at the 'Les P'tits Cracks' - Charity Dinner At Pavillon des Champs Elysees


    Miranda Kerr at LAX


    Alessandra Ambrosio arriving at the "America's Got Talent" auditions in LA


    Fergie and Josh Duhamel at the Giorgio Armani Paris Photo LA event


    Ricky Martin, Jane Krakowski, and Debra Messing at the opening of Pippin




     Irina Shayk at the Eleven Paris store opening party in London


     Kate Walsh in Washington DC to lobby Congress to end offshore drilling


    Pete Wentz in LA


    Vanessa Hudgens in Burbank and with sister Stella



    Jennifer Love Hewitt and Brian Hallisy attending a wedding in Soho


    Jennifer Garner



    Selma Blair at Chateau Marmont



    Rebel Wilson arriving on a flight at Washington Dulles International Airport


    Jude Law in NYC


    Rachel Zoe in Hollywood



    January Jones



    Gwen Stefani


    Eva Longoria in Santa Monica


    Jada Pinkett Smith in Hawaii


    Dita Von Teese at  a Britweek gala


    Reese Witherspoon at LAX


    Rita Ora at Heathrow

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  • 04/28/13--12:17: Age Defying Spice Girls
  • Saturday night, Emma and Mel C attended a costume party for Leigh Francis and dressed as Baby and Sporty Spice. Let's all take this moment to travel back in time to the 90's, when we were spicing up our lives by wearing platform shoes and eating Spice Girls Chupa Chups.



    Then:


    Now:








    Geri was there too, but (for reasons unknown) did not dress as Ginger Spice...


    Meanwhile, Victoria Beckham spoke at the Vogue Festival in London.



    "I'm nice! Everyone thinks I'm going to be a cow," she said, smiling.
    "I understand it actually. I think the same when I see the pictures."


    "My children are my priority and always have been. I'm up early in the morning
    doing spelling tests and maths quizzes before the school run, then up
    late with a baby and a 14-year-old who refuses to go to bed - Brooklyn,"
    she said, gesturing to her son in the audience.



    Now at the helm of an ever-expanding empire, the designer explained that
    a high street collaboration is not out of the question ("Maybe one
    day, but right now I don't have the time"), and that a fragrance
    launch is something she would consider in the future.


    "Thank you so much to everyone that came, I didn't
    expect so many people. If you'd told me how many, I might
    have got up and sung a song. Now that would have been a worry."



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    Johnny Depp holds hands with Amber Heard as they make their way through the crowds at the Rolling Stones surprise concert at the Echoplex on Saturday (April 27) in Los Angeles.
    The 49-year-old actor and 27-year-old actress have been rumored to be dating in the past, on and off.
    It was just reported that Johnny may be joining the cast of the highly anticipated movie musical Into the Woods alongside Meryl Streep. No official confirmation what part he may play!
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