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    Kellan Lutz, who played Emmett Cullen in "The Twilight Saga," is in early talks to join Sylvester Stallone in "The Expendables 3," an individual familiar with the Lionsgate project told TheWrap. Lionsgate did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    Australian filmmaker Patrick Hughes, who has a successful background in commercials, is directing the action-packed sequel, which Stallone is producing with Millennium Films.

    According to insiders, "Expendables 3" will introduce a younger group of tech-savvy action heroes who initially clash with the older crew, though they eventually team up to save the day.

    It remains unclear which surviving cast from "The Expendables 2" will join Stallone in the sequel, though action heroes Jackie Chan and Wesley Snipes have been rumored for new roles.

    While Stallone has hinted on Twitter at the potential casting of Mel Gibson, TheWrap has confirmed that the "Lethal Weapon" star is not officially involved with "The Expendables 3" at the moment.

    "The Expendables" films have grossed more than half a billion dollars, and the latest sequel will start shooting next month. "The Expendables 3" hits theaters Aug. 15, 2014.

    Since his breakout role in the "Twilight Saga," Lutz has starred in Relativity's "Immortals" and the Michael Bay-produced remake of "A Nightmare on Elm Street." He recently wrapped the title role in Renny Harlin's "Hercules 3D" and also stars in an upcoming "Tarzan" movie.

    Lutz is repped by Innovative Artists, Zero Gravity Management and attorney Jeffrey Endlich.


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    Taylor Swift, the pride of Berks County was in Philadelphia last weekend to perform two shows at Lincoln Financial Field. And a girl’s gotta eat, right? After Friday night’s show, Swift and her entourage popped into Ralph’s in the Italian Market for a late-night dinner, as dutifully documented by intrepid photojournalist HughE Dillon over on PhillyChitChat. Swift, seen above in Ralph’s dining room, had chicken parm.

    According to two sources, one of whom is a waiter at Ralph’s, Swift left a $500 tip on an $800 check (that’s 62.5%), which may just make her the most generous 23-year-old on the planet. Maybe she needs to have a chat with that douchey Justin Bieber, who is a reported stiffer.

    Other Celebs worth mentioning being generous tippers
    David Beckham: left a tip of $1,000 on a bill amounting to $100
    Julia Roberts: always tips 100% of her bill
    Johnny Depp: left a $4,000 tip at a Chicago Steakhouse

    Celebs who have not been so generous tippers
    Lebron James: left $10 on a $800 bill
    Miley Cyrus: did not leave a tip when she and her sister went to Outback Steakhouse
    Jeremy Piven: left a Entourage box set as a tip
    Usher: notorious for leaving an autograph instead of a tip

    Below, a photo Ralph’s posted on its Facebook page of Swift and friends posing with staff:

    source / source / source

    So ONTD be honest are you a good tipper or a bad tipper? Have you ever completely bailed on leaving a tip? Have you ever worked in the service industry and got a bad tip when you deserved more?

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    Actress Ellen Page has been asking herself some big questions since starring in the eco-thriller “The East”. Mostly dealing with how one can live ethically in a world so filled with corruption.

    Turns out, the actress, who studied permaculture, design and eco village development at Lost Valley in Oregon, met a lot of people who lived the freegan lifestyle, and questions whether or not that’s the route she should take.

    Page said in an interview, “Every morning when I wake up and open my eyes I am unwillingly oppressing a lot of people and the environment to live in the privilege that I have — that we all have living in this area of the world. Not that everyone in this area of the world experiences that. And that’s a hard thing. I think that is something a lot of people are dealing with right now and it is hard to know if running away to the woods and becoming a freegan is the best choice, or do we stay in the infrastructure we’ve inherited and do our best to create positive change? I don’t necessarily know the answer. Maybe I’m just being a selfish jerk.”

    What is a freegan? According to this site, “Freegans are people who employ alternative strategies for living based on limited participation in the conventional economy and minimal consumption of resources. Freegans embrace community, generosity, social concern, freedom, cooperation, and sharing in opposition to a society based on materialism, moral apathy, competition, conformity, and greed.”

    It’s true that, even without being a movie star, most Americans live a life that is destructive to the planet. Whether it’s our eating habits, our desire to shop, our love affair with cars or any of the hundreds (probably thousands) of other ways our lifestyles hurt the planet, the average person is prone to doing much more damage than good. While you’re not likely to find me dumpster diving anytime soon, there are certainly many ways to incorporate freeganism into daily life. Perhaps Page will find a balance between more traditional life and reducing her impact through freeganism.

    Do you practice any sort of freeganism?


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    Amanda Bynes’ metamorphosis from a promising child star to a bizarre woman with worrying behavior is yet another example of how the MK-Ultra entertainment industry messes up the minds of those who grow up within it. While most media sources cite “drugs” or “mental problem” as causes of her erratic behavior, these are only symptoms of the true issue here: Bynes is yet another former child star going through a MK programming meltdown.

    Bynes began her acting career at the age of ten and quickly obtained her own show at Nickelodeon. From there, she followed the unfortunate pattern of going from a star admired by children to a “barely-legal” sex bomb to then turn into a bizarre tabloid celebrity with erratic behavior. Is that pattern familiar? Look at the paths taken by other products of Hollywood Mind Control such as Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan and see if you see similarities.

    When she reached legal age, mass media undressed her and told the world: “Hey, she is not minor anymore! It is now safe to sexualize her!”. How many child stars went through that process? How many lead great and healthy lives afterwards? Not many.

    This “Got Milk” ad is about “metamorphosis”. However, the metamorphosis Bynes’ went through in the years following that ad were definitely not due to drinking milk but to Monarch Mind Control. Maybe that is why there’s a butterfly on her nose.

    Now, at age 27, Bynes looks and acts extremely different, as if she was thoroughly traumatized and “re-programmed” in the past years. Was it Monarch Mind Control? When approaching the age of 30, MK slaves often go through a meltdown – a result of the their minds and bodies not being able to cope with the intense trauma they are subjected to anymore.

    Not unlike Britney Spears, Bynes was spotted acting strange in public places, wearing bizarre clothes and even shaving her hair. Here’s a video summing up her recent “meltdown”.

    Since then, things got even weirder when as she began posting tweets and videos displaying increasingly worrying behavior. Her tweet requesting rapper Drake to “murder her vagina” confused many as her odd choice of words maybe revealed an unhealthy relation with her own sexuality.

    The “selfie” video freaked out quite a few people as is not only indicative of someone that is “not well” – It almost looks as if it’s a MK programming glitch.


    Amanda Bynes’ metamorphosis from a promising child star to a bizarre woman with worrying behavior is yet another example of how the MK-Ultra entertainment industry messes up the minds of those who grow up within it. While most media sources cite “drugs” or “mental problem” as causes of her erratic behavior, these are only symptoms of the true issue here: Bynes is yet another former child star going through a MK programming meltdown.

    Like many other child stars, Bynes started as a beautiful, down to earth girl with eyes that convey intelligence (according to IMDB, she was a straight-A student).

    When she reached legal age, mass media undressed her and told the world: “Hey, she is not minor anymore! It is now safe to sexualize her!”. How many child stars went through that process? How many lead great and healthy lives afterwards? Not many.

    Recent “selfies” show Bynes with a half-shaved head (Britney Spears shaved her head during her meltdown), increasingly revealing clothing and a disturbingly vacant eyes.

    While many people in media now perceive Bynes as some sort of running gag, her “antics” are becoming increasingly disturbing and worrisome. Her actions cannot simply be explained away with “drugs” – They are symptomatic of a deep-seated psychological process that thoroughly modified her, physically and mentally. It is said that “Eyes are the window to the soul”. Well, look at her eyes then and now. This is what years of industry Mind Control does to a soul.

    From a child star, to sex bomb to loose canon, Amanda Bynes is going through a pattern that is constantly repeated in the entertainment industry. How come these starlets go through the exact same stages? It is because they went through the same “school”: Industry Mind Control.



    Monarch Mind Control is a form of mind control which creates a mind control slave by utilizing the human brain's trauma response of dissociation to create a form of Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) wherein various triggers can cause the slave personality to surface and respond to commands given by the master ("Handler" in Monarch parlance).

    The Monarch Mind Control designation was originally applied by the US Department of Defense to a sub-program under the CIA's MK-Ultra Program. However, the techniques employed in the Monarch programming system extend back further under various names, such as the Nazi marionette programming.

    Even further back, the techniques used in Monarch programming can be traced to various generational Satanist families among European royalty. The MPD state created by the Monarch programming techniques were used to isolate the personality involved in Satanic rituals from a public face. Without this alternate personality, the nobles practicing Satanism inevitably went insane, so it's practice spread rapidly through the occult community.

    It is unclear who first started practicing the MPD techniques as a way of creating mind control slaves rather than as a defense mechanism, but it is clear that the Nazis were using Electro-shock and binding to create slaves in the 1940s. After World War II, some German and Italian psychologists who were working on Marionette programming were brought to the United States to continue working on their research.

    After the original development of the Monarch program inside of MK-Ultra, it has been adopted by other groups such as the Illuminati and the American entertainment industry. Very notably, since the 1970's the Disney corporation has been involved heavily in Monarch programming, and several of their films (especially Alice in Wonderland) are used as a base for Monarch programming.

    Over 1 million Americans have had Monarch programming applied to them.

    Monarch programming is achieved through repeated abuse and torture, until the victim dissociates from reality into a fantasy world in their head. When that happens somehow an alternate personality is created, and the handler (abuser) can trigger this personality at any time.

    Beta programming is sex kitten programming, used to create "ultimate prostitutes" as well as celebrities used to sell sex in the media to the masses. Making it look cool and awesome to be sexually abused and over used. They are made to be devoid of all sexual inhibitions. Take a look at Courtney Stodden.

    Delta programming is used to program soldiers and patsys to carry out ritualistic murders.

    Monarch programming is applied when a drone is needed to carry out commands which are of a morally questionable nature. Monarch victims are used for assassinations and murders which must be carried out for political purposes. It is used heavily within the entertainment industry to create easily manipulated music stars. One variation of the process, known as "Kitten" or "Sex Kitten" programming is used to create willing sexual body slaves.

    Many modern female musicians have performed in videos with multiple allusions to Monarch mind control including Miss Monroe, Lady Gaga, Jessie J., Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Katy Perry, Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum (who is also a Handler) Taylor Swift, Amanda Bynes, Justin Beiber, Miley Cyrus and many more.

    Kittenet programming, sometimes referred to as "BETA" programming utilizes incest and sexual abuse to program a woman or man as a willing sexual slave. Often the handler is referred to in this context as "Daddy" or "my lover."


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    Michael Vartan will join "Bates Motel" in Season 2 as a love interest for Vera Farmiga's Norma Bates, according to TV Line.

    The "Alias" star will recur in Season 2 as George, "a recently divorced charmer" who was described in the casting sides as potentially being "The One" for Norma.

    Farmiga recently told TV Guide that a new romance can't come a moment too soon for Norma: "She sure needs it. Her neediness gives her an urgent desire to touch and kiss Norman, and that need should probably be filled by someone other than her son," she pointed out.

    The A&E series is also casting roles for Christine, described as "a local socialite in her late 30s who becomes Norma’s first real friend"; and Caleb, "Norma’s estranged fortysomething brother" who arrives in town to try and convince his younger sister to invest in a new (and probably sketchy) business venture.

    The show was renewed in April for a 10-episode second season, which is scheduled to premiere in 2014.

    Source: Huffington Post.
    I need this show back like... now. My Monday nights feel so empty.

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    The brunette beauty discusses her rise from Irish dance competitions in Canada to the pages of American Vogue— and beyond.

    I was discovered at an Irish dance competition when I was 14. I was sitting with my friends and this older man came up to me and said, “Have you ever thought of modeling?” I actually thought he was one of the security guards or someone who worked at this dance competition, and he was going to tell me to remove my feet from the fancy tables. All of us thought it was some kind of joke— or that this man needed glasses.

    If you think of a model, you probably think of a gorgeous, beautiful bombshell of a woman — not so much a lanky 14-year-old girl at an Irish dance competition. I was laughing hysterically, but secretly I was also kind of excited that someone thought I, of all people, could be a model. I told him to talk to my mom, who was also there at the competition. She was like, “No, no way are you having my daughter model.”

    But this guy didn’t give up, and I kept seeing him at different dance competitions because his daughter danced as well. Finally my mom gave in. I don’t know why — maybe she was intrigued by the idea too.

    So he took me to get photos taken. I wore my [own] clothes — I had no style, and I had gotten my makeup done at the MAC counter. The photographer didn’t want any wrinkles in the front of my shirt, so instead of Photoshopping them out, which he didn’t want to do either, he would make me pull my top taut in front of me for every shot. It was just a big mess. If you saw the photos, you would have never said, “Yep, that’s a model!”

    Coco's first test shoot.

    Despite all of that, I then went along to a modeling convention that agents from around the world were attending. Usually you’ll get called back by one or two, but I got callbacks from all of them, which was kind of crazy.

    I went to work with the agency Supreme in New York. At first they had about 75 girls. Then, all of a sudden, Supreme changed their agents and said they were removing [almost] all the girls. Only a few were invited to stay — in the end only two of us stayed. It was all part of a larger shift to a more androgynous look, where the agency wanted really skinny girls with edgy haircuts. Paul Rowland — the founder of Supreme and Women, who’s no longer there — was trying to change the whole industry, which I think he did by signing all these really boyish girls. All the while, I was thinking, How exactly do I fit in this group?

    When I was 15 I was sent to Asia, to [work in] Taipei and Singapore. I was sent there because I’m Canadian, and you need to have a certain amount of tear sheets and a few different covers to prove you’re a model worthy of a visa in the U.S. I didn’t have a lot of work under my belt at the time, so it made sense. In Taipei, I truly learned my “modeling 101.”

    Today I’m known for posing— I would definitely say that came from Taipei. At castings there, agents send you with a few girls in a car to go see a client. The client sits there at a table with about 10 people and says things like, “Our catalogue today is Hello Kitty” or “sexy” or “cutesy.” And you depict what you think that means. You have a minute to give them all your poses, almost like a dance-off — but a pose-off. If you book the job you may get to do a catalogue of 75 photos. The new girls would always say, “What on earth am I doing?” And you’re like, “It’s normal. You’ll get into it.” I thought that’s how modeling was, and I came back to New York and I’m doing all my poses and people were like, “What on earth are you doing?” They just couldn’t understand the whole “dance” I was doing when I got in front of the camera.

    I booked two jobs a day in Asia, so 75 looks, and then at night another 75. Two catalogues a day for two months. I thought it was awesome — I was getting paid and I thought they were great photos. [Then] I actually looked back at them a few months ago and, oh my goodness — they are actually the worst photos I have ever seen.

    After Taipei, I went to Singapore and worked on my portfolio further. Singapore is a great place to make your book. Visually, they have interesting concepts, and their photographers are very good.

    A selection of Coco's early modeling work from her gigs in Asia

    When I returned to the U.S., all of my agents had left Supreme. I decided I wanted to leave also, to join [them] at Elite. Paul Rowland readily signed for my release. I guess he thought I was a waste of time. Once I got back with my old agents, they sent me on a Steven Meisel casting that immediately turned into my first shoot with him in L.A. In fact, it turned into a six-month exclusive with Steven, meaning I would work only with him on my jobs— my shows, everything.

    When Paul found out about Steven and saw that I had exclusivity, he tried to come back and say, “You can’t leave Supreme, you never were allowed to leave.” But he had signed me away, so that was that. Any time a new girl gets to shoot with Steven, it usually means the industry is going to start to take her seriously because he takes her seriously. I think there are two major players in this industry who can actually do that: Steven and Anna Wintour.

    On my first shoot with Steven, I remember thinking, Pose, pose, pose— and Steven was just smiling and looking at me in an odd way. I thought, “Maybe I’m not supposed to be doing all this, but hey, I’ll just try it.” And funnily enough, after that first shoot I got a phone call saying I had six months’ exclusivity.

    Steven loves models. That’s what the whole industry is to him — it’s all about shooting the models he loves. As a kid he would wait outside of agencies or phone up casting directors — he was always in love with models, so it makes sense that he would become the ultimate model maker. He made Naomi [Campbell], he made Linda [Evangelista], and how crazy that I can say he made me too!

    He has a classic way of doing things. When we get on set, the girls are always taken care of— he makes sure they have water, that they’re comfortable. He has a huge mirror so that when we pose with 10, 15 girls, we can all see how we look. Everything is calm and perfect. And since he makes you so comfortable, you don’t mind taking the time to just sit there while he makes sure the lighting is just right or gives you lots of direction that will make you look your best in the end. Some models don’t like to be told what to do and want to be left alone to do what they think — but with Steven, they all want to take his direction. You never doubt him, he’s just so good.

    During the first season of shows I did under Steven’s tutelage, my agents started booking me for a wide range of clients. However, Steven wanted me to be completely exclusive to only a very, very small group of clients and sent over his “list.” As I went from New York to London to Milan, the industry started to hear about this list, so when I finally got to Paris, big designers were trying to get their name on the list. It was, now looking back, one of the craziest times in my career. Who does that for a model?

    I remember my first season of shows in Milan under Steven, Prada said they wanted exclusivity. So I did all the looks for them — the makeup, the hair tests. Then in the end they said I would not be their exclusive girl. I was so upset because I’d missed all my castings and chances for the other shows [on Steven’s list], but lo and behold, my agents sent me anyway — immediately! So I went to see everyone and I got all of the other jobs anyway. I got to do every other show on the list.

    I learned to do runway in a very specific way. The guy who taught me, Mac, is a big, big guy with shoulders like a football player. But he walks in heels and it’s this incredible stomp. We were in Times Square on a rooftop in the summer, and we had to walk on tar that sunk in when you walked on it. I remember so clearly that I was trying to make sure my feet weren’t getting stuck in tar over and over and over in practice. When I did the actual shows, I thought, OK, you give a stompyou really give a walk.

    Coco werqing her fierce runway walk for Versace

    Brana Wolf was styling Versace at the time, and she had already seen me walk in a few shows. I could see Donatella [Versace] was leery about me because I am the most pasty-white girl in the world, and at the time a lot of girls were getting spray tans for her show. And Brana said, “But just wait — watch her walk.” So I gave my best stomp down the runway and I just remember Donatella nodding and saying, “OK, you can do the show.”

    I met a lot of important people my first year modeling. I didn’t know very much about most of them at the time. I remember Anna Wintour being really nice when I met her. A lot of people had said, “She might be a little scary.” Or, “She might be a little overwhelming.” And I was like, “What? This is awesome. She’s great.”

    My first American Vogue shoot was actually with [photographer] Arthur Elgort and [Vogue creative director] Grace Coddington in Maine; we shot there for three days. Usually when a model is doing a test shoot for American Vogue, you don’t get a full editorial— the girls that were already doing a lot of shoots for American Vogue told me I would probably be a foot model at first to see how I work. Well, amazingly, I got my own editorial. We were in this little fisherman’s village where they had asked this young fisherman my age if he would be in a photo with me on a boat. The whole town came out and they were really excited for him. At the end of they day, all the kids in this town go bowling. And Grace is like, “Yeah! Go Coco! We can put you in Balenciaga and you can go bowling!” I’m like, “I really don’t want to go bowling,” and she’s like, “No, no, no, just go bowling!” So I said, “OK, but I’m not wearing Balenciaga.” So I went bowling with them in my own clothes. She just thought it would be an epic moment to say that I wore Balenciaga going bowling, but I didn’t. I wish I did, looking back.

    That whole first American Vogue trip I felt like Grace and Arthur were my sweet aunt and uncle. I’d go to them and say, “Can I eat with you guys?” And they’d say, “No! We’ll give you some money and you go have some fun with the local kids and eat dinner with them.” It was really cute.

    My husband James and I work every day together. Some people would kill each other, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. James is my manager— he works with the books, he makes sure that contracts and agencies are in line, but he also works as my own personal creative director. All the projects I’ve taken on outside of modeling, from designing a jewelry line to making a short film, have happened because of him. He also helps with my social media. It’s a true partnership. Actually sometimes we joke that he’s more important to the Coco Rocha brand than I am!

    My first foray into TV was interviewing people backstage at shows for E! Canada a few years ago. The microphone just said “E!” so everyone was running over thinking it was U.S. E! — and we didn’t set them straight. I was then asked to do some big TV shows but nothing ever fell into place — either the idea wasn’t interesting to me or I didn’t like the production values, so it didn’t happen. But The Face [was different]. I immediately loved the concept; I was already mentoring models on the side, which I love to do. So when I heard that Shine Production and Oxygen were thinking about doing a show and I could mentor girls as part of it, it was perfect! I could teach my girls on my own terms. As for that experience as whole, there will be a second seasonand you’ll have to see who’s coming back. That’s all I can say.

    Sometimes I miss the runway. Doing the actual show is like a performance to me. But I don’t miss the whole backstage part. Backstage at one show, a girl from England, who was very hyper, bumped into this Russian girl who said, “That is enough! You will not do that anymore!” And all of a sudden all the Russian girls started to encircle this English girl, which made all of the English-speaking models circle, West Side Story style. This little English girl in the middle was just about to bawl because she didn’t mean anything, she was just jumping around. But everyone’s emotions are so heightened from being around each other all the time in such a frenetic, high-pressure environment. On the runway they passed, and the Russian girl just smashed into the English girl to prove a point. So that’s always fun — I love drama. As long as I’m not in it.

    ( SOURCE )

    Well, this was a pretty interesting backstory of her modeling life. But... never forget, y'all...

    Favorite models post? Which models do you stan for, ONTD?

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    R&B vocalist JoJo gets real about her sexual exploits

    My First Time
    "In retrospect, I think I was not ready, but I felt like I was at the time. Would I do it differently? Probably not. Because when you’re a teenager, you think you know everything. I thought I was in love and that I was going to be with this person forever. As I got older, I viewed it from a different perspective. The sex was wack."

    Go-To Foreplay Move
    "You can’t go wrong with kissing the neck and finding out what really makes your partner feel the best. Everybody’s different, so I wouldn’t necessarily say use the same technique just because it worked on your previous partner. But I think for most people, there’s a lot of sensitivity in the neck. And there’s a lot of seduction in the eyes. As a writer, I know that there’s a lot of power in my words, so I definitely try to use verbal foreplay as much as possible."

    Most Awkward Experience
    "Oh God. Well, there was a person that I had known for years. We had always talked and flirted and hinted towards the fact that we were going to eventually do something together. And finally we did after a night out and it was a fail because we were totally incompatible in the bedroom. It just didn’t feel right. I need to feel like I’m in love to have great sex. I like to know a person and know what makes them happy, what they like to eat. I want to care about the person that I’m putting so much passion and energy into."

    Off Limits In The Bedroom
    "If I'm in a great relationship and I'm very comfortable with my partner, I'm pretty open to trying things and continuing to grow sexually with that person. But dominatrix stuff...I don't necessarily want to put clamps on my nipples. I like a little bit of pleasure and pain, but I think that takes it to another extreme. I don't want to be whipped. A good spanking is enough for me."

    Strangest Location
    "In a lake. I know that's kinda gross. It actually worked perfectly. Me and my boyfriend both had life preservers on and it wasn't difficult to stay afloat."

    Post-Sex Ritual

    "I try to let the moment tell me what to do, but hygiene is very important to me. I like to take a shower and freshen up and then go to cuddling."


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    Here’s a happy thought: Once Upon a Time has just cast Tinkerbell for season 3.

    Actress Rose McIver has landed the ABC hit’s take on classic role, and will appear in multiple episodes next season.

    Season 3 will spend time exploring the fantasy world of Neverland. Showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have said Tinkerbell will have a surprising introduction and unlikely connection to another character. As for the mysterious role of Peter Pan, the showrunners promised fans at Comic-Con that he will be a darker and complicated version of the character — and perhaps a little frightening.

    McIver has had roles in The Lovely Bones and Showtime’s upcoming Masters of Sex, and was the Yellow Bear ranger on Power Rangers RPM. For next season, Once Upon has also recast Robin Hood (with Sean Maguire filling in for Tom Ellis), booked Robbie Kay as a Lost Boy, and Giancarlo Esposito will return for an episode as The Mirror/Sidney.

    One big role that has yet to be cast: Ariel, The Little Mermaid herself. Once Upon returns Sunday, Sept. 29.

    (sorry mods, accidentally deleted the source when I first edited the font of the post)

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    Her hair dresser and stylist on set dropped the news on social media then quickly deleted but it's happening.

    Today on set! #WhatJessysWearing #earthtones #OceanView #MaximMag @therealxtina @davidbabaii @scottbarnes68 @adetsamuel @simoneharouche (at Coastline Dr)

    #Maxim shoot with Miss #ChristinaAguilera today. Such a beautiful day in the Palisades! can't wait for you guys to see how she looks! xo. <3

    Quick video of set posted by her hairdresser (no Xtina):

    i don't think we're ready for dis jelly. ngl i wonder if she got her implants taken out before this cause if not. ehhhh


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    lol this was qt


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    TLC is gearing up for an Epic comeback. In addition to their VH1 biopic and reunion performance, the multi-platinum R&B group has announced details surrounding their new album.

    Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas and Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins have reunited with their mentor L.A. Reid, who originally signed the trio to LaFace Records in 1991. The music mogul has re-signed them to LaFace under Epic Records and will release their album on October 15.

    The yet-to-be-titled project will feature fan favorites and biggest hits, plus four all-new songs including “Meant to Be,” which was penned by Ne-Yo and will be used during the closing credits of the upcoming VH1 Original Movie, CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story.

    Another song, “Posh Life,” was produced and co-written by their longtime collaborator Dallas Austin (who co-produced TLC’s CrazySexyCool and FanMail) and Lady Gaga.

    On October 21, VH1 will premiere its made-for-TV movie CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story starring KeKe Palmer as Chilli, Drew Sidora as T-Boz, and Lil Mama as Left Eye (watch the trailer).

    Lil Mama, who will be featured on the new album, will also join Chilli and T-Boz to perform at VH1’s Mixtape Festival in Hershey Park, PA on July 26-27.

    “For 10 years we have been mourning the death of our sister Lisa, and although we have discussed the option of bringing in someone to perform with us, it never felt right at the time,” said Chilli. “Watching Lil Mama on the set of our movie CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story reminded us of Lisa’s spirit, and, for the first time since her passing, we felt everything come together in an organic way.”

    T-Boz added, “Lil Mama’s authentic style, although very different from Lisa’s, got our creative juices flowing. By bringing her in, we will continue to keep TLC’s music alive for a new generation of fans. We are thrilled to be writing this new chapter in the TLC story.”

    Lil Mama thanked them for the opportunity. “Lisa Lopes was a one-of-kind performer who cannot be replaced,” said the 23-year-old rapper. “I am grateful to Chilli and T-Boz for the confidence they had in me to portray her in the film and to invite me to perform and record with them and pay tribute to her incredible talent.”

    TLC soared to superstardom in the ’90s and went on to sell 65 million albums worldwide including 1992’s Ooooooohhh… On the TLC Tip, 1994’s CrazySexyCool, and 1999’s FanMail.


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    Can you imagine if this actually happened to you? If you're one of millions of American women, it has. It is happening not in an exam room, but in a room with marbled floors, expensive pens and numerous symbols of "freedom," populated by men and women in crisp suits whose ideas about "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" are rooted in illogical double-standards and hypocrisies that boggle the mind. These people are making decisions about you, for you, but not by you. They are passing wildly unpopular laws everyday that dictate the choices you can or cannot make, the health care you may or may not be afforded, the rights you can or cannot enjoy in regards to your very own body. Tell Gynoticians like Rick Perry, Trent Franks, Pat McCrory and the Pat McCrorys of women like representative Jodie Laubenberg and Marsha Blackburn that enough is enough: We aren't just coming for their laws, we're coming for their JOBS.

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    Comes at a perfect time since NC just sent a bill to Gov. McCrory that would shut all but one abortion clinic down in the sate

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    Kirk Cameron should be down on his knees thanking Facebook for banning his trailer for the new movie Unstoppable. Had they not censored the poor little right wing Christian has-been, then none of us would know the insanity that is the movie trailer. And I am so glad I do.

    The film is ostensibly the story of how Cameron uncovered the truth about God and why bad things happen in a world where God exists. He claims to have all the proof and that we can follow him along on his journey. Pretty impressive given people have been searching for this "proof" forever.

    Regardless, it's not the story that is so insane here. It's his eyes ... yikes. I will never forget his eyes.

    Whether or not you agree with banning Cameron from Facebook (I don't), you can admit that he looks (and sounds) completely insane in this trailer.

    The movie itself should be seen, though. If you agree with him, then great. If not, that's fine, too. But censoring the man isn't the answer.

    Generally, I don't get the incessant need that Hollywood types have to hear themselves talk. They get paid to act, not to speak out on matters of science, religion, or politics. That said, they have the right to do so. Sure, I might laugh at a has-been child star's religious fervor, but that doesn't mean I think it should be banned.

    He is a man who uses his "fame" to spread what he believes in and that's OK. It's up to the rest of us to decide whether to listen to him or not.

    As an aside, though, whatever happened to him? Mike Seaver was funny, irreverent, a little mischievous, and cute. Kirk Cameron? Is not. He is scary. Watch this trailer and see if you don't see the Mel Gibson parallels ... don't say I didn't warn you!

    Do you think Kirk Cameron is insane?


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    katy perry daily makeover
    Katy Perry
    has overtaken Lady Gaga as the most followed female on Twitter.

    The pop princess currently has 39,883,873 loyal followers, while Lady Gaga has 39,305,376.

    Lady Gaga was the most-followed user on the social network for more than two years, but has now fallen to third place as a likely result of inactivity. The Born This Way star has recently had her hip operated on and has been out of the limelight since February to recover.

    The 27-year-old has not tweeted since 6 February and has changed her Twitter profile avatar back to the default egg picture, supposedly as part of a marketing stunt to promote her upcoming fourth album, ARTPOP. It has been rumoured that the album will include a social media component to explore her "existence as a cultural interface".

    Despite her lack of social media activity, Lady Gaga recently posted a photo to her fansite, bearing a pale complexion and light blond eyebrows, a far cry away from her extravagant onstage persona. "It's a scary thing to revisit those things underneath. All I found was raw passion," she wrote alongside the snap.

    1. Justin Bieber (@justinbieber, 42,330,850)

    2. Katy Perry (@katyperry, 39,883,873 )

    3. Lady Gaga (@ladygaga, 39,305,376 )

    4. Barack Obama (@barackobama, 34,538,368)

    5. Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13, 31,364,915)

    6. Rihanna (@rihanna, 30,781,719)

    7. Britney Spears (@britneyspears, 29,728,038)

    8. Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake, 23,285,501)

    9. Shakira (@shakira, 21,467,450)

    10. Jennifer Lopez (@JLo, 21,399,310)


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  • 07/25/13--17:53: Say hello to Winnie Fallon!
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    We all watched Jimmy Fallon gush about his new baby girl, Winnie Rose Fallon, on Late Night last night-- and today, he's shared the first photo of her to the world.



    Gary Frick has some competition.


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    Rooney Mara wears an all-black outfit while enjoying a solo dinner at Fasano restaurant on Wednesday (July 24) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

    Earlier in the day, the 28-year-old actress was seen wearing several outfits while scouting locations for her new film Trash along with co-star Martin Sheen and members of the crew.

    Here is the film’s synopsis: Set in an unnamed Third World country, three kids who make a discovery in a garbage dump soon find themselves running from the cops and trying to right a terrible wrong.



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    Well, it looks like "The Secret Service," the next Matthew Vaughn-directed adaptation of a Mark Millar comic book, is almost fully staffed with secret agents. According to a Variety report, newcomer Taron Egerton has landed the lead role of a young street tough who is turned into a super spy, in a story Millar has described as "My Fair Lady" meets James Bond. Meanwhile, the hunt for a female lead is still on, with Bella Heathcote and Emma Watson looking like the current frontrunners.


    "The Secret Service" originated as a comic book by Mark Millar, whose comic book creations also inspired "Wanted" and "Kick-Ass" (he also serves in some kind of creative capacity on the Marvel movies Fox has in development) and Dave Gibbons, the artist who worked with Alan Moore on the beloved "Watchmen" series. It tells the story of a kid who is taken under the wing of his super spy uncle, who teaches him how to be the best spy he can be. It's pretty warm-hearted, given Millar's usual nihilistic streak, and should make for a fun deconstruction of the genre.

    So far Egerton joins Colin Firth (as the uncle) and Michael Caine (as the head of the spy organization). Whoever Vaughn picks for the female lead would play the romantic love interest for our young spy. Heathcote came off a great 2012 in which she costarred in Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows" and David Chase's "Not Fade Away" (if either had been a bigger hit she'd be shortlisted for everything). Watson, of course, is transitioning from her "Harry Potter" mode, with two winning performances this summer in "This is the End" and Sofia Coppola's brilliant "Bling Ring." Mark Hamill, who makes an appearance in the first issue of the comic book, has also signed on to play himself. According to the Variety report, they're still looking for a huge star to play the bad guy, after both Tom Cruise and Leonardo DiCaprio passed.

    Egerton is a relative newcomer, with his only credit being the British television series "Inspector Lewis."What's more, he beat out Jack O'Connell (who will star in Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken") and John Boyega, from wonderful British sci-fi romp "Attack the Block," for the role.

    Vaughn directs from a script he co-wrote with his writing partner Jane Goldman. Shooting is expected to start this fall, while Fox has scheduled a November 14th, 2014 release date for the film.

    Vaughn served as a producer on "Kick-Ass 2," also based on some Millar comics, which opens on August 16th.


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    You know how there are all these rumors about how Tom Cruise hires co-stars who are willing to slouch or who are also vertically challenged so he doesn't look so short onscreen? Those are the kind of crazy lengths you have to go to when you're a very small A-lister, but James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe have come up on a much easier solution-- find short actors you like, team up, look totally tall in comparison to each other onscreen. Deadline reports that McAvoy, who is 5'7, has been cast opposite Radcliffe, who is 5'5, in a new adaptation of Frankenstein. Yes, another one. Radcliffe will play the assistant Igor-- no word on whether it comes with a hunchback this time-- and McAvoy will be the titular doctor.

    Radcliffe first signed up for the project back in February, and casting for the Frankenstein role started last month, with up-and-comers like Toby Kebbell and Jack Huston eyed for the part. McAvoy is considerably more famous, and already has another very successful franchise at the same studio with X-Men: First Class and the upcoming Days of Future Past. It's surprising when a studio spends Dsome time eyeing up-and-comers before deciding to stick with a more established actor, especially one who's likely far more expensive, but perhaps the appeal of teaming up Professor X and Harry Potter was too much to resist.

    And they'll probably need that appeal to set themselves apart, since it seems like every day comes casting or a poster or a Comic-Con panel for a new take on Mary Shelley's classic monster story. The Aaron Eckhart-starring I, Frankenstein recently made a modest splah at Comic-Con, but it was easily overshadowed by studio sibling The Hunger Games: Catching Fire; I Frankenstein comes to theaters on January 24 next year, and unlike most classic Frankenstein stories, is set in modern-day. Then there's Frankenstein's Army, now playing on VOD and wondering what would happen if Russian soldiers, defeating the Nazis at the end of World War II, had come across… a murderous robot! And at some point Guillermo del Toro is still hoping to make his own Frankenstein adaptation, and he's hinted that he wants Benedict Cumberbatch to reprise the role he played opposite Jonny Lee Miller onstage, directed by Danny Boyle. In that stage version the two actors switched roles each night, and if del Toro could find a way to recreate that onscreen… well, that's something we'd want to see.

    In the meantime, though, we've got the McAvoy-Radcliffe version to focus on, with Push and Lucky Number Slevin director Paul McGuigan helping from a script by Chronicle's Max Landis (as it turns out, McGuigan has directed four episodes of BBC's Sherlock, which proves that everything from Britain really does tie together). No word on when production will begin, or who might play Frankenstein's monster… but, hey, McGuigan has Cumberbatch's phone number, and he is familiar with the part… just saying...


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    (click gif to watch the preview, won't embed)

    Pete Davenport was the bearer of bad news on Monday night’s Hit The Floor, ending an already shocking hour with word that one of the Devil Girls was found floating underneath a bridge. Our first look at Monday’s season finale confirms our worst nightmare, and shows us just how the Devils organization handles a tragedy.

    In the sneak peek above, we see Olivia delivering a message to the large gathering of press from Devils’ home court, mourning the loss of a “a shining star filled with so much promise.” Who could it be? Who do you absolutely not want it to be? Share your thoughts and theories in the comments below.
    Catch the season finale of Hit The Floor on Monday at 9/8 C.
    omg I hope it's not one of my faves!

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