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Disney's upcoming Wreck-It-Ralph is "the story of an arcade game Bad Guy determined to prove he can be a Good Guy."
Rich Moore, an animation director whose credits include The Simpsons, Futurama and The Critic, is directing. John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer and Jane Lynch are lending their vocal talents to the flick, with Reilly playing the bad guy Wreck-It Ralph.
Today, the first images of the movie made their way online. They don't look like a Disney movie.
As previously posted, here's the flick's plot: "...when a modern, first-person shooter game arrives featuring tough-as-nails Sergeant Calhoun (voice of Lynch), Ralph sees it as his ticket to heroism and happiness. He sneaks into the game with a simple plan-win a medal-but soon wrecks everything, and [accidentally] unleashes a deadly enemy that threatens every game in the arcade. Ralph's only hope? Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of Silverman), a young troublemaking "glitch" from a candy-coated cart racing game who might just be the one to teach Ralph what it means to be a Good Guy. But will he realize he is good enough to become a hero before it's "Game Over" for the entire arcade?"
"I love the idea of a very simple 8-bit video game character struggling with the complex question: 'isn't there more to life than the role I've been assigned?'" Moore is quoted in a Disney press release from last summer. "In his quest for the answer, we journey with our hero through three visually distinct video game worlds. It's unlike anything anyone's seen before, and I'm thrilled to be to creating it here at Walt Disney Animation Studios."
I miss hand drawn animation. Soooo sick of cgi.
7 Things I Can’t Live Without In Game of Thrones Season 2
For those that don’t know me, I am a notorious bookie in more ways than one, – I love my favorite books beyond a healthy obsession, I love talking about them endlessly, and I especially love anticipating their appearance on the small screen. While I know some elements must be changed or transformed for a television format in an adaption, I was born greedy. I. want. it. all. But if I can’t have it my way, doubtless, I will take to the internet to air my woes, stridently and often. So in advance of such disappointment, – oh, who are we kidding?? It’s Game of Thrones, it shan’t be disappointing in the least! – Here is my list of top moments from A Clash of Kings I cannot live without:
(And just to preface, I don’t expect everyone to agree with my selections. It is a vast narrative and a highly subjective one at that, but feel free to add yours below in the comments, and if you haven’t figured it out yet, *book spoilers ahead*)!
7. Jaquen’s Quirky Speech Pattern Plus Hot Tub Scene
For starters, it makes Jaquen Jaquen. How else does he capture our attention and fascination than that? Oh.. there’s Faceless reveal along with some mysterious deaths, but no doubt it is far less interesting if the Lorathi speaks like a common Westerosi. Also, hot tub scene.. Do I even have to explain this?
6. “… but not for the girls?”
Catelyn wanting her girls back is plainly her motive that runs the course of nearly everything in her story, and when Robb says he won’t trade Jaime for the girls.. well, it rips my freaking heart out. And of course it… complicates things. Do I think a little bit less of Robb for not giving up such a key bargaining chip in exchange for his sisters? I almost think I have to. But as it stands, even if this incident is not pleasant, it is necessary. It’s a good ache.
5. Dolorous Edd and Lots of Him
I strongly suspect Dolorous will be appearing true to form alongside his dour dung jokes, random tangents, and incessant complaining, but I am most especially holding out hope for his comparison of his childhood home to Craster’s Keep. “Those were my enchanted years. Later I fell on hard times.” … Forget the Wildlings, Craster, the Old Bear, just make it the Dolorous Edd Hour and be done with it.
4. Brienne, Anything and Everything Brienne.
Brienne defeating Loras, Brienne fussing over Renly, Brienne talking about her father’s “ladies” to Catelyn, Brienne swearing herself over, -every single ounce of Brienne, I need it all. I even suspect we’ll be getting more of her story from A Storm of Swords, but let’s just say I won’t be pleased if they skimp the edges or round any corners when it comes to the Maid of Tarth. Brieeeeeeennne.
3. Sandor vs. Tyrion
Much like Ned and Jaime squaring off in order to bring the male element to the fore last year, Tyrion and Sandor are bound to face off at critical junctures for our entertainment purposes this year. Indeed, the crest of the season should be Tyrion’s rise at Sandor’s reputation and expense in the Battle of the Blackwater Rush sequence. And let’s admit it, their rivalvry is a lot of fun, as both boys lack and subsequently resent something the other has, ie Tyrion’s political clout and Sandor’s physical prowess. But let it be noted, I shall not be satisfied if they don’t get at least three interactions total on the season. Let the macho machinations begin already!
2. “Winterfell! Winterfell!” while Hot Pie screamed “Hot Pie!”
Hot Pie’s moment of glory while assisting Arya by hacking at the scrawny man’s neck, we shall not be denied! It must be kept in for various reasons, tops being Hot Pie is savagely adorable and it marks a turn in his friendship with Arya Arry. But beyond that, it is a sad socio-economic truth that at least Arya still has an idea of home to rally behind, whereas Hot Pie just has his silly moniker. It slays me! Hot Pie!
1. Sansa in the Sept of Baelor
This passage may not even be Martin’s best writing, but it gets to me every. single. time. I sob mercilessly, and yeah, I’ll admit it is my favorite Sansa chapter of all time and definitely my favorite chapter in ACOK. It is her prayers for Sandor and Tyrion, one of the few times she can be herself while guised in the anonymity of the general public as she sings the hymn, and then her desperation to not be part of the blessing for Joffrey. I pray to the Mother they keep it in, or there shall be Seven Hells to pay. Seriously, they should fear my wrath.
Solid list, tbh. I would also include everything with Renly ever.
Victoria’s Secret Angels - Valentine’s Day Event
SNL PROMOS! Host: Zooey Deschannel, with musical quest Karmin.
The quirky star, who is hosting the show for her first time, still comes down with a case of jazz hands, shares informative Black History Month facts, sings, and punches SNL star Kenan Thompson in the face. All in the span of under two minutes. Nope, I was wrong, it’s actually pretty weird.
Ph. Ellen von Unwerth
Ph. Yelena Yemchuk
♔ plus george clooney announcing shailene woodley as hollywood royalty ♔
In a recent interview with The Insider, Clooney was asked about his plans (or lack thereof) to have kids, and didn't exactly give a straight-forward answer. "What I want to do is...I want to adopt Shailene," he joked. "She's 20 and smart and I figure she has a big career ahead and can support me! So I'm looking to adopt very successful people."
Les Misérables producer Cameron Mackintosh confirmed that the in-production film version of the epic Victor Hugo-inspired musical will feature a new song for Jean Valjean, the hero played by Hugh Jackman.
The actor Tweeted on Feb. 7 that he was honored to be learning the new song with composer Claude-Michel Schönberg. When stage and screen star Jackman uses Twitter, fans listen.
"Well, he did warn us he was going to Tweet," Mackintosh told Playbill.com on Feb. 8. "He didn't hear the song until yesterday when he went through it with Claude-Michel."
Written by the stage hit's original songwriting team of Schönberg, Alain Boublil and lyricist Herbert Kretzmer, the new number is called "Suddenly," the producer revealed.
"It's a really lovely new song," Mackintosh said by telephone from London, where the film, directed by Oscar winner Tom Hooper, is in rehearsal before shooting starts in March. "It was something that Alain and Claude-Michel came up with, after a passage in the book, which beautifully explains what happens when [Valjean] takes Cosette from the inn and looks after her. Herbie's written a lovely lyric to it, and we're all delighted how it seems to fit into the film version.
"The whole thing has been written by Alain and Claude-Michel in the same way they've worked with Herbie on the original score — I think rather religiously. They've gone back to their working methods of 30 years ago!"
When asked if there might be an additional original song played over the closing credits, Mackintosh said with a laugh, "No, no. The one thing you don't have to worry about [with] Les Miz is there are enough tunes! I mean, we're going to have great fun compiling reprises — all of the songs — that we want to put over the credits, which I'm sure will be endless."
The producer confirmed the accuracy of reports that the vocals for the film would be sung live rather than dubbed. Most of the 1986 stage musical is sung-through, so dubbing would be a chore.
Mackintosh explained, "We're doing something which has not been done before on this scale. There is a huge amount of music and a huge amount of singing in Les Misérables; you can't get the performances except through the voice. The whole thing that we have to achieve with the movie is that we tell a story through music. It's a film story we're telling. Therefore, we need to take the audience into that world.
"One of the things that impressed me about [director] Tom [Hooper] when he first showed his interest in being the director of the movie is that he both embraced the score and also wanted to create live sound, and get the excitement of the performance and the depth that you only get…by recording it live. Over the last four or five years, technology has moved so far that it is now something that is possible to try. I'm sure we're going to learn a lot on the way, but we're all up for that adventure."
Like the refreshed 25th anniversary U.K. production and current U.S. national tour of Les Miz, the film will be sung with an emphasis on of-the-moment naturalistic acting.
"Tom is going to take that approach in his own way with the movie," Mackintosh said. "The very fact that it is a movie — it has a degree of realism, which the stage doesn't require. We have to make the audience absolutely believe in the way that we're telling the story. Live performance — with live thoughts that happen to be sung — is very much part of what we need to do to [credibly tell the story]. We have a fantastic cast; many of them are drawn either from the musical theatre or can sing in a way that music is second nature to the way that they act. That's why we're all very excited about the adventure that we're entering."
The live singing is also practical. He added, "You don't have any option with a musical like this because if you don't create the performances within the music, and use the music to tell the story through the lyrics, there isn't anything else. It's not great acres of book to establish the drama, so it is through the music and lyrics. And, Herbie Kretzmer's lyrics are marvelous, and they can be spoken in many different ways."
Blue Ivy -- Beyonce and Jay-Z's baby daughter's name was uniquely identifiable almost instantly, and her business-savvy parents are moving quickly to make sure she owns it.
Like, owns it with a trademark.
Blue Ivy Carter's parents filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Jan. 26 protecting the little girl's name for possible use on a future line of baby goods, the Washington Post reported Friday.
Why the rush? There was no time to waste, it seems: Two Blue Ivy wanna-be entrepreneurs have already seen their applications swatted down, according to the Post, whose patent expert noted that no matter how many White House visits Bey and Jay had enjoyed, they'd still have to go through the office's first-come, first-served procedure like the rest of us.
However, a surge in applications is usual when a new name or phrase explodes into the lexicon, and because it's the office's job to sort things out, they try to anticipate trends and then fast-track applications inspired by names in the news, a trademark policy administrator told the Post.
Still, one Blue Ivy earned the ol' TM before Beyonce was even preggers: The Blue Ivy clothing store in Wisconsin got unknowingly lucky in early 2011.
Here's hoping they had no plans to one day launch a line of baby togs.
In a very revealing conversation with Sirius XM radio host Howard Stern, Courteney Cox said her sex life has been non-existent since her split with husband David Arquette.
Despite rumors of the actress hooking up with "Cougar Town" co-star Josh Hopkins, she said, "I have not had sex. It's been about a year.
Based on this interview with Cox, and prior chats with Arquette, Stern attributes the couple's breakdown to sex issues, but Cox divulged that it was more than their bedroom problems that caused their breakup.
"The truth of the matter is that we love each other so much. We have such affection for each other, but we are very different," she asserted. "I'm a homebody. I like to have people over, but I'm a little socially... not... I don't love it. David, he doesn't drink anymore, he's completely sober, but he likes to go out and dance. He really is a very gregarious guy. He's very outgoing. I'm much more of an introvert."
While Cox isn't dating, Arquette has a new girlfriend. The former "Friends" star admitted that it was hard to meet her.
Cox insisted that she and Arquette are getting along and co-parenting daughter Coco very well. They recently spent time in Disney World, revealing to Stern that Arquette tried to make a move on her while they were there.
"That was like the worst. I can't even tell you. I had just woken up, he'd been up... you know he doesn't sleep."
(and it's a good song this time)
With the worldwide release of K.I.S.S. (Keep It Sexy and Simple) just days away, Mýa has released Mess Up My Hair as a new single. Download your copy via iTunes or Amazon! And just a reminder, K.I.S.S. will be available worldwide on Valentine’s Day (2/14).
On the show, Brandi attacked Taylor on various topics including her desperate need to publish a book about Russell, the email that Camille supposedly got from Russell as Brandi heard Taylor pressured him into sending it and more details about the abuse.
When Taylor sat down with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live, she shared that it is her belief that Brandi is only attacking her on national television because she is dying to become a permanent cast member. Yes, Taylor has a spot on the show and Brandi wants it.
But Taylor needs to be careful because the final choices for a potential third season haven't been selected but rumors has it that she is out!
And Brandi seems to have become a fan favorite, meaning she could possibly land a spot on the show instead of Taylor.
Denise Richards denied Wednesday recent tabloid reports she was in talks to join the cast of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Richards took to Twitter to put to rest rumors that swirled after Life & Style magazine reported she was being courted for the show.
"Life&Style mag asked my publicist if it was true that I was offered to be on Real Housewives of Bev Hills. She said No not true," Richards, 40, tweeted to her 2.2 million followers.
"I don't know why they bothered checking they still ran their false story it is Not True at all. Life & Style fact check & print the facts!!" she continued.
"For the record I'm a big fan of the housewives series ... my life is far too boring to be on it!!" she joked.
Richards has two daughters, seven-year-old Sam and Lola, six, from her marriage to Charlie Sheen and she adopted another daughter, Eloise, as a single parent.
The Hollywood Reporter's sources with knowledge of the project tell us that Bravo has renewed the series for a second season and plans to give it a relaunch worthy of the other series in the franchise. The network will officially announce the renewal and returning cast members very soon, but will hold out on naming new additions at this point. Shooting is expected to begin soon.
This time around, it’s counting on the hit magic of Matt Anderson and Nate Green’s production company Purveyors of Pop, which is behind Bravo’s successful Atlanta, New Jersey, and New York installments of the franchise in addition to Bethenny Ever After.
For several reasons, the Miami series seemed marked for death from the very beginning. First, it was intended to be a series called Miami Social (which itself was a relaunch of the network’s low rated 2009 series Miami Social Club). With a desire to expand on its successful franchise, Bravo decided to repackage the already-shot footage into a Real Housewives series.
A source close to the first season’s production tells THR that Bravo felt the season was going so badly that it let go of the original production company, L.A.-based McFilmworks, and took control of post-production.
While it may seem like a risk for the network, timing seems ripe to revisit Miami. The franchise is enjoying an upswing in popularity with the media coverage around The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and record ratings for Atlanta. Also, Tuesday's seventh season return of the Orange County series attracted 2.3 million viewers, a 10% increase among total viewers compared to the previous season premiere.
Adding to her responsibilities of her dress line, Alexis Couture, Alexis took on a once-a-week correspondence gig for the Fox 5 morning show in San Diego, for a series of segments about butts. Seriously.
Having previously been very adamant about her belief that women belong in the home and not in the White House, it's weird to hear Alexis talking about how no glass ceiling will hold her back from her career goals, like her dream of being the Katie Couric of National Booty Awareness Month.
Hopefully her newfound freedom won't turn her into one of those problematic "liberal" women. Whatever the case, it's good to see her evolving, at least in her own way, from the person who previously thought picking out her own outfit was the ultimate act of empowerment:
I think America is going through a liberal movement, and the older, more traditional marriage values are becoming something of the past. Jim and I are one couple who still favor a more traditional marriage rather than a liberal marriage, and because we do, it makes my marriage an interesting conversation topic. However just because we have a more traditional marriage does not mean I do not make my own decisions. As you can see just in this one episode, I chose to wear the dress I wanted, not the dress that was Jim's first choice.
On the drama-filled three-part reunion.
"It's very difficult, especially when [host] Andy Cohen asks us questions that we don't want to relive. But that's what the reunion is all about. We have to go back over these things. It's very painful at times, but we're expected to be honest. It's hard because we don't want to be, but we can't all just sit there and say 'Everybody looks so beautiful today' and 'How are the kids'?"
On her relationship with her Kim, who checked into rehab for alcohol addiction.
"I'm very happy to say that my relationship with Kim today is in the best place it's been in many years. We are having fun together and we're able to laugh and just be real sisters again."
On watching their tumultuous relationship play out on the small screen.
"For so long, people didn't know what was going on with her and what her issues were and I was holding everything in. I had a lot of anger for many years towards Kim about her issues. Watching the show, I realized that the way I was interacting with Kim and the way I was dealing with that situation with her wasn't getting me anywhere. Even though the comments I made were hurtful during the Season 1 finale, that's how I was feeling in the back of the limo that night. I was very angry, but I couldn't explain to the world why and how because I didn't want to reveal family secrets. But I sat back and said 'Ok, I can still learn from this.' Obviously, the way I was handling my relationship with Kim wasn't healthy, so there were some changes to be made."
On returning for a third season.
"Since Bravo has not announced a third season yet, we're all just taking the time to think if it's something we want to do because of what we've all been through. Yes, there are some good things that come with it, but it's a big price to pay being on a show like this. It's something you really have to think long and hard about. I'll have to sit down with my family and make it a family decision. There was more drama than we needed this year."
On the secret to having a long and successful marriage in Beverly Hills.
"Making each other the priority is really the number one thing. My husband and I are so busy right now, but we know when we're getting too wrapped up and need to pull back on the reins and remember our priorities. Mutual respect is an important thing in a relationship. We really make a point of letting each other know how much we love each other and that we appreciate each other."
On growing up in Beverly Hills.
"Because I was a child actress, I had a different experience than most who grew up in Beverly Hills. I was going to the set every day in Simi Valley and riding horses on the set of Little House on the Prairie and catching tadpoles in the stream. It gave me a glimpse into a different world, which I really appreciate now looking back as an adult. In Beverly Hills, everybody is very privileged and has help and drivers, so it was a nice break from that."
On why she's decided not to have nannies, stylists, or personal chefs (like many of her co-stars).
"I grew up in a town where everyone had so much and we always had nice things, but my mom was one of these women who liked to do everything herself. Even though we had housekeepers, she'd be right there with them and she would always do her own hair and makeup while all the other women were at salons. That was my role model growing up. It was always very important to my mom that we were down to earth. She made us clean our own rooms and wash our own cars. That's how I was raised and that's how I want my daughters to be raised. Plus, I enjoy it. I enjoy being with my kids. I don't want someone else driving my children to school. I want to be there with them in the car having those conversations."
On her famed locks.
"I think brunettes have more fun, what can I say! I know I have fun. As a child, I was a brunette in a sea of blondes in my family, but I've always loved being a brunette. I think people tend to take brunettes more seriously. It's funny how many viewers on the show will tweet me and ask, 'Did you trim your hair?' They don't miss a trick! Eventually, I will cut it. I don't know how short because I'm just not a short hair person. I wouldn't feel like myself."
WetPaint, Jezebel, Fox, Parade
ABC Family has given the greenlight to the new drama series BUNHEADS, it was announced today by Michael Riley, president, ABC Family.
Executive-produced by Amy Sherman-Palladino ("Gilmore Girls") Bunheads stars Sutton Foster as Michelle, a Las Vegas showgirl who impulsively marries a man and moves to his sleepy coastal town, and takes an uneasy role at her new mother-in-law’s dance school.
“I spent 20 years of my life with my hair in a bun,” Sherman-Palladino, who got her break as a writer on Roseanne, said when the project was picked up to pilot in September. “I was supposed to be a dancer. My mother was a dancer. Her greatest heartbreak was when I got on Roseanne. So, while writing this will never equal playing ‘Rumpelteazer’ in a bus and truck tour of Cats, it does let me to tip my hat to a really special time in my life.” Bunheads was originally picked up as a cast-contingent pilot in fall 2010 with a different writer.
"Bunheads" joins ABC Family's recently announced new original series, "Baby Daddy" and "Beverly Hills Nannies." All three series will begin production in Spring 2012.
About the movie: After a crash landing, a father and son explore an alien planet.
They're also in Costa Rica.
So remember when Catherine Hardwicke said that the Twilight scripts sucked? Here is the complete article, released a few days ago, where she is also kinda dissing Robsten and maybe confirming that Nikki and Rob were a thing before the movie.
While skiing the slopes, we got to talking about Sundance, the festival not only responsible for her big breakthrough, when she won the 2003 directing prize for her debut, Thirteen, but also for her landing the Twilight gig. At a Sundance dinner, she’d been seated next to the heads of Summit Entertainment, who handed her five scripts and asked her to read them. “Every one of those scripts sucked,” she says. “Oh, Lord, did they suck.” There was something about Twilight, though. “I thought the script was horrible, but then I looked it up on the Internet and I thought, Okay, it’s based on a book and people tend to like it. There’s gotta be something there. So I read the book and I thought it captured that feeling of being madly in love. And I thought, That’s kind of a good challenge, to see if, as a filmmaker, I could make you feel that giddy, crazy ... ” She went to Summit with images of how she thought the movie should look and said she’d only sign on if she could do a complete rewrite. They agreed.
(Hardwicke does still feel a little sad about the hearts Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart broke while becoming the greatest twentysomething couple in Hollywood. When they started the movie, Pattinson was with Thirteen star Nikki Reed and Stewart was with Michael Angarano. “He’s a wonderful actor. He was in Dogtown, one of my favorites, so I felt pretty bad because I love him and they were such a great couple," she says.)
"always wanted to be young and have gray hair"
While fashion types don't bat an eye an at 20-something with silver locks, Kelly is still explaining her beauty choice to the rest of the world. The reality star-turned-fashion critic appeared on CBS's "The Talk" to spell it out:
I've always wanted to be young and have gray hair.
It was a unanimous hate. Everyone hated it at first.
And then about two weeks after I did it, the Chanel Karl Lagerfeld ad campaign came out with all gray hair in it...and I was like "Oh, really?"
To me, I'm 27, I've got three years left, the way I look at it, to have fun with it, because once you're 30, you look like a right idiot walking around with like rainbow, bright color hair and all different things like that.
Justin Bieber Working With Ke$ha On His New Album ‘Believe’
Justin’s next studio album will feature a track written by (and featuring) Ke$ha, HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively!
As if you needed another reason to be excited for Justin Bieber‘s third studio album Believe, we’ve got one for you: The empress of glitter and unicorns, Ke$ha, is writing a song for Justin! A source tells HollywoodLife.com that Ke$ha ”would also be a part of the song in a duet capacity.”
We’re excited to hear what Ke$ha cooks up for the Biebs — but we’re even more excited for the potential music video. Do we need to remind you how insane the video for “Blow” was? (Rainbows and unicorns and James Van Der Beek, oh my!)
Not sure how this is going to work out if it's true. Interesting nonetheless.
After years of rumored feuding and not speaking, former lovebirds Nick Cannon and Christina Milian have reconciled with each other and made peace. Their discussion took place on Nick Cannon's 92.3 Now radio show, when Christina called in to promote her new role on NBC's The Voice.
They spoke on her new television opportunity, and got to talking about their past relationship, which ended in 2005 due to rumors of Nick cheating.
They kept it classy and congratulated each other about the children, new ventures, and more.
“I’m sorry for the things that I did,” Nick said to Christina. “We was young.”
NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 08: Lindsay Lohan attends the amfAR New York Gala To Kick Off Fall 2012 Fashion Week Presented By Hublot at Cipriani Wall Street on February 8, 2012 in New York City.
With Woody Allen and his daughter/wife