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- 09/06/13--11:18: Now Streaming: KASKADE's new album Atmosphere
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- 09/06/13--11:40: Vin Diesel's Radical Idea: Sequels Shouldn't Suck
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- Julian Assange Annoyed by Benedict Cumberbatch's Australian Accent
- Benedict Cumberbatch at "The Fifth Estate" TIFF Premiere
- Miley Cyrus Calls Paparazzi a Cunt, Tweets About It
- Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Britney Spears on Good Morning America
- Michelle Duggar Reveals Dark Secret: ‘God Is Convicting Me About My Anger Problem’
- Dakota Fanning Out With 32 Year Old Boyfriend
- Katy Perry Lulls Us To Sleep With 'Roar' Music Video
- Ian McKellen to Play a Retired Sherlock Holmes
- Fifty Shades of Grey Fans Double Petition Numbers, Matt Bomer Responds
- Marvel Studios Wants a Female-Led Superhero Film
- Roman Polanski Says 2009 Rearrest Left Him Feeling Persecuted
- 'Supernatural' Scoop: Misha Collins Game for Cas/Dean Kiss
- Jennette McCurdy With NBA Player Boyfriend, Andre Drummond
- Russell Brand Shocks With Nazi Jibe At GQ Men Of The Year Awards
- Joe Manganiello Shaved
- Yesterday's ONTD Roundup
- 09/06/13--12:26: The Fifth Estate Press conference @ TIFF
- 09/06/13--12:26: 'Some Girls' Series 2 trailer!!!!
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- 09/06/13--12:26: Is Drake The Next Marvin Gaye?
- 09/06/13--12:28: Angelina Jolie Arrives in Sydney with All Six Kids!
- 09/06/13--12:28: AARON HERNANDEZ PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO MURDER
- 09/06/13--12:37: Lorde: The Billboard Cover Story
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- 09/06/13--12:54: Catherine Tate Would Be Happy to Return to Doctor Who (If Asked)
Other notable songs include "Tuscan Leather" and "Wu-Tang Forever." There is also a sequel to "Paris Morton Music." Meanwhile, the deluxe edition of the album includes "All Me," a song that already dropped last month with appearances from Big Sean and 2 Chainz, and "Come Thru," an unreleased song. It looks like songs such as "The Motion," "5AM In Toronto," and "Girls Love Beyonce" did not make the final cut. Nothing Was The Same will be coming out on September 24.
UPDATED: One of the noticeable omissions on the website's tracklisting is Jhene Aiko. Drake has confirmed her presence on the album via Twitter. Shortly after the tracklisting surfaced, Jhene tweeted out two words, "from time," suggesting that she would be making an appearance on "From Time," the seventh song on the album. However, shortly after making this statement, Jhene deleted her tweet, but not before other sources were able to retweet it.
the original (one with his bb pic) :
deluxe (grown pic):
source 1& 2
Mark you calendars!
Prior to the change in the rules, users were allowed to use privacy settings to "limit how you your name and profile picture may be associated with commercial content".
Facebook has reworded the clauseto state "you give us permission to use your name, profile picture, content, and information in connection with commercial, sponsored, or related content".
In effect, this will mean advertisers can use people’s profile information in ads free of charge, unless they have selected to restrict content or information to a specific audience.
Users who are under 18 will also be able to have their information used in ads because the clause, below, states at least one of their parents or legal guardians has automatically agreed to the terms of the section.
A Facebook spokesman said: "As part of this proposed update, we revised our explanation of how things like your name, profile picture and content may be used in connection with ads or commercial content to make it clear that you are granting Facebook permission for this use when you use our services.
"We have not changed our ads practices or policies – we only made things clearer for people who use our service."
Britney Spears producer Jean Baptiste has teased details of her new single.
Baptiste posted a message on his Facebook page that suggests the song, rumoured to be called 'Werk Bitch', samples RuPaul's hit 'Supermodel (You Better Work)'.
He said: "To those who keep asking me and are too impatient to wait for the artist to deliver the single, here go some teaser lyrics.
"'Work, turn to the left, work, now turn to the right, work, sachey chantey...' (Rupaul voice)."
Singer and drag queen RuPaul released 'Supermodel' in 1992, with the track peaking at number 39 in the UK and topping the US dance chart.
Meanwhile, Spears is due to appear on Good Morning America on September 17, where she is expected to make a big announcement.
Werk Bitch! @BritneySpears— RuPaul (@RuPaul) September 6, 2013
Kaskade expands his musical palette beyond his house roots on Atmosphere, his new album that Rolling Stone is exclusively streaming ahead of its Tuesday release.
The hauntingly beautiful "No One Knows Who We Are" features classical elements, and "LAX to JFK" opens with dramatic, Inception-esque strings. Kaskade also sings as lead vocalist for the first time on "Atmosphere."
"It's not necessarily about being a singer – it's more about just catching the idea of the song," Kaskade told Rolling Stone last June. "I'm not gonna go on American Idol or anything like that. But for me, the time was right, and it was the right song for me to sing."
In addition to his own vocals, Kaskade gets help from a strong supporting cast of singers, including frequent collaborator Haley, whose mellifluous voice flows over the minimalist "Floating."
"I kept it really close to home, worked with a lot of friends, people that I admire," Kaskade said, "not so much people with huge status. I wasn't really going for that."
There are also surefire club hits, from the pulsing beat in "Last Chance" to the frantic synths and high-speed drum hits exploding out of the 4/4 groove in "Feeling the Night."
Atmosphere will be released on September 10th. Kaskade kicks off his tour in Miami on September 14th.
Stream the whole album at theSource
shaking & crying rn Kaskade's Fire+Ice album is what got me into electro so he holds a special place in my heart. Do we have an electro tag? Also MUSIC POST pls share your fav edm songs in the comments!
At approximately 4:45PM, on another predictable sunny day in Los Angeles, I get an unpredicted call -- it's Matthew Gray Gubler's publicist asking me if I was able to start our interview earlier. An interview that was to take place 15 minutes into the future. She informed me that Matthew had gotten off of work early and thought to call and check if an earlier start was possible. Having a hectic day already, I appreciated the gesture, and although I declined to start earlier than scheduled, I knew right off the bat I already liked this guy. He was thoughtful and prompt. No, more than prompt, he was early-- and one being should never say anything less than positive about a person who's early, rather than late. Having heard stories of what fun company he was a couple days back at his cover shoot, I was excited for the chance to have a conversation with Matthew, or as most of America knows him 'Criminal Minds' very own, Dr. Spencer Reid. When he greets me, he does so with a long and loud "hello"-- as if we had met. As if he was excited. Naturally, those two exact feelings materialized, whether they were true or not. I was excited, and thanks to him, I felt like we'd spoken before. The actor who has an online presence, close to that of Ashton Kutcher's, is very active on twitter, as well as other platforms like, Whosay and tumblr. He even has his own website. Not the kind where you'll find his resume and the latest shots of him caught off-guard while getting coffee. Instead his site, like very much his life, is another vessel and stage for entertaining. "I don't do anything out of necessity," explains Gubler. "I only operate out of what's fun. It's great and it's wonderful to have these platforms. Being an entertainer is kind of strange because in a weird way, someone's listening or paying attention to what I'm putting out there. I don't have to wait for a TV show or a movie, or any project to put myself out there. I get to hopefully make people smile, every hour if I wanted to."
Gubler's tweets generate an average of over 2,000 retweets, and favorites per tweet. With a twitter following racking up to over 500k, it's not hard to imagine how quickly the numbers rise once he puts something out into the world.
His website, Gubler Land is equipped with music videos, short films, pieces of writing, and also showcases a lot of his art-- almost unexplainable but undoubtedly cool images he likes to describe as "Friendly Faces." Like a true artist, he tells me his drawings are simply things that he's made and that he's proud of. Nothing more to it. His paintings range from that for a woman to a fictional animal playing a piano. There's even one of him and a drawn out version of himself directly next to him, naturally the doppelganger's arm a propped on Matthew's shoulders. "When I started acting early on, I noticed there was a lot of down time. Being stuck in this plane where you're being told you have no time, but really having a lot of time. It was something I could always be working on, and I sort of let my mind wander on that," he explains. "The future is amazing. I'm so happy to be making stuff in this day and age. You're lucky to have one follower, and to have someone be interested or entertained in what you do. All I want to do is entertain people," he says with the upmost sincerity. Although he expresses having had his art showcased multiple times in galleries, and humbly succeeding, his first thought isn't to organize a viewing. "I'm lucky to have a wonderful Internet presence. So when those people like my work, that makes me really happy." With Matthew, he's one of those people that it's not so much about what he says, but how he says it. Or better yet his actions. Having said that, when he does have something to say, you'd be a fool not to listen. However, he's not spitting out murder theories or mathematical equations or lab formulas like his TV counterpart.
"Spencer, in a weird way, is the reversed of me. He's very brilliant when it comes to science and facts. In real life, I don't know if I'd be able to hold a conversation with him," jokes Gubler.
Born in Las Vegas, Nevada, life would take Gubler east to New York to study at New York University's Tish School before he came back west to Los Angeles, ultimately falling into his niche. Four years later, he would graduate with a degree in film directing from the prestigious university.
"I always loved acting. I grew up in Las Vegas, and that's sort of the entertainment capital of the world, and I wanted to be a magician for most of my young life," he laughs at the irony. Yet, Gubler somehow possesses that of a magician. The playfulness of one most of all. He continued, "I love acting, but I felt this sort of cowardliness. You're an actor sort of waiting around for people to tell you that you can do something. That's kind of the reason I started making my own movies when I was younger. I could control the movies, I could do whatever I wanted. I always loved acting, but you kind of tend to pursue the things that you have more control over, and then luckily it went back to acting. It's been a real tremendous voyage." With a number of projects under his belt, and over 100 episodes of Criminal Minds alone, he's doing quite well for himself, never letting it jade his personality though. "I don't understand why I do it and how I do it, but I love doing it. And I'm thoroughly infused in it, like, my blood and everything," he says referring to the meaning and creation behind all the art forms he takes part in.
At 33 years old, Matthew Gray Gubler's energy is almost radioactive. And at the end of the day, he's a little mad-- all the best ones are. But most of all, he's too dimensional to be explained on paper.
Source: BELLO Mag
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“Thor” actor Tom Hiddleston will replace Benedict Cumberbatch in Legendary’s horror pic “Crimson Peak,” helmed by Guillermo del Toro.
Cumberbatch left in the middle of August and Legendary worked fast to find his replacement. Hiddleston joins Charlie Hunnam, Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska in the pic.
Plot details are unknown as del Toro and Lucinda Coxon work through a rewrite on a script del Toro and Matthew Robbins originally penned.
Legendary will produce and be a participating financing partner on the movie, with Universal Pictures retaining an option to finance at a later date. The film is set to begin shooting in February 2014.
The WME repped Hiddleston can be seen next in “Thor: The Dark World.”
Sarah Silverman's dog Duck passed away this week. He was on her show, The Sarah Silverman Program, and a constant face on her instagram account. She shared her thoughts on her WhoSay account, seen below:
I wrote an obituary type thing:
Duck “Doug” Silverman came into my life about 14 years ago. He was picked up by the State running through South Central with no collar, tags or chip. Nobody claimed or adopted him so a no-kill shelter took him in. That’s where I found him — at that shelter, in Van Nuys. Since then we have slept most every night together (and many lazy afternoons.) When we first met, the vet approximated his age at 5 ½ so I’d say he was about 19 as of yesterday, September 3, 2013.
He was a happy dog, though serene. And stoic. And he loved love.
Over the past few years he became blind, deaf, and arthritic. But with a great vet, good meds, and a first rate seeing-eye person named me, he truly seemed comfortable.
Recently, however, he stopped eating or drinking. He was skin and bones and so weak. I couldn’t figure out this hunger strike. Duck had never been political before. And then, over the weekend, I knew. It was time to let him go.
My boyfriend Kyle flew in late last night and took the day off from work to be with us. We laid in bed and massaged his tiny body, as we love to do – hearing his little “I’m in heaven” breaths.
The doctor came and Kyle, my sister, Laura and I laid on the bed. I held him close – in our usual spoon position and stroked him. I told him how loved he was, and thanked him for giving me such happiness and for his unwavering companionship and love. The doctor gave him a shot and he fell asleep, and then another that was basically an overdose of sleeping meds. I held him and kissed him and whispered to him well passed his passing. I picked him up and his body was limp – you don’t think about the head – it just falls. I held him so tight. And then finally, when his body lost its heat, and I could sense the doctor thinking about the imminent rush hour traffic, I handed him over.
My longest relationship.
My only experience of maternal love.
My constant companion.
My best friend.
Pics via her Instagram
Hug your furry friends tight, ONTD.
'Riddick' star explains what Hollywood is doing wrong when it comes to follow-ups.
In the past few years, Vin Diesel has done something that few A-list actors can claim. In his own way, the "Riddick" star has carved out his own type of blockbuster, fun and aimed to please. The late-in-series renaissance of the "Fast and Furious" is a rare occurrence, and a lot of credit should be given to Diesel.
This week, Diesel is doing something else that isn't too often heard of in Hollywood: reviving a franchise after a pretty disastrous second installment from nine years earlier.
When MTV News sat down with Diesel about "Riddick," how he approached continuing his sci-fi franchise as opposed to his car-racing one. It turns out that his philosophies for the two are strikingly similar. "Although 'Riddick' is sci-fi-fantasy-based to some degree and lends itself a really extensively thought-out universe, I take 'Fast' the same way. I wouldn't have done 'Fast 7' unless we had an idea about 'Fast 8' and '9,'" he said. "Maybe that's a producer trait."
And Diesel's forward-thinking comes from his personal ideas about how audiences watch and enjoy movies, he said.
"I feel like it's in some ways championing the audience that wants good storytelling and wants the stories to evolve and wants the stories to connect and wants the movies to speak to one another," he said. "We're in a gaming society now, so people are conditioned to work a little bit for their story. People like to be rewarded for whatever equity they put into your universe."
Diesel said that making an effort to improve upon a series, rather than resting on brand recognition by the audience is what brings people back and attracts new viewers.
"I don't know if all of Hollywood is aware of this yet, but I think that the audience wants to feel as though they have that much of an invested stake in your storyline if they have the equity of seeing the prior movies. That's a new thought in Hollywood. That's not how sequels were made," he said.
"Sequels were made with a concept of sell the brand. Put what else you want on it. They'll never be as good as the first. Milk the brand as long as you could. My whole approach to making these movies and to creating these sagas is saying to the studio, 'The audience is paying attention to the nuances and all the story points that lead up to this film. The more you acknowledge that, the better movie you have.'"
"Riddick" opens in theaters Friday (September 6).
TBH he's someone I would watch in just about anything. He's got that thing that I love (bulging muscles).
For Thursday, September 5, 2013:
What are your weekend plans, ONTD?
A young questioning child discovers herself in a new video from Goldfrapp directed by Lisa Gunning and loosely based on a 2010 novel by Kathleen Winter about an intersex child.
There's nothing covert about it: Piper Perabo is engaged to her director-producer beau Stephen Kay, PEOPLE has exclusively learned.
"They're very happy," a source who knows the couple says of the Covert Affairs star and Kay, who is a director on the hit USA Network series.
New Zealand-born Kay, who previously worked as an actor on shows like General Hospital, is also a co-executive producer of the show. The final six episodes of season four will resume Oct. 17 after a four-week hiatus.
The Golden Globe-nominated actress, 36, plays a CIA agent on Covert Affairs.
With the official tracklist for Nothing was the Same revealing song titles like "Tuscan Leather" and "Pound Cake," the world can't wait to hear what Drake has in store on his third album. And since the Toronto rapper has "aspirations of being Marvin Gaye," you'd better believe that this will be a memorable LP — and yes, there will be more singing.
After dropping Take Care, Drake relocated to Los Angeles, where he recorded a bulk of the new album and focused on stepping up his game. "The music that I'm making is more concise, more clear, and I've been able to get my thoughts a lot better on this album," he told MTV News. "Take Care is a great album, but I listened to it and realized where I could do better and I think I've done better on this album."
Drake's most recent single, "Hold On We're Going Home," is a feel-good pop track that he refers to as his "wedding song," and he's warning critics early that there will be more melodic tracks on the album.
"My biggest thing is...if you wanna listen to Drake music for the rest of your life — I welcome it, I want you to listen to it, I want you to be a part of it — just don't ever be surprised when I'm singing or using melody," he said. "I'm doing that on this album. This album is not some straight rap album, I'll never do a straight rap album. That's not how I came into this and that's never what I'll do. I make songs for the people.
"I have aspirations to be Marvin Gaye in the back of my head," he added. "So I just want to sing the world's triumphs and problems on one record and hopefully Nothing was the Same [can be] the soundtrack to their life."
some ppl aspire to be astronauts so i ain't surprised drake is reaching for the stars. aim high tho
Angelina Jolie flashes a big smile as she touches down at Sydney Airport with all six of her children – Maddox, 12, Pax, 9, Zahara, 8, Shiloh, 7, and five-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox – on Friday (September 6) in Sydney, Australia.
The 38-year-old actress and her children then hopped into a cab to be taken to their hotel, where they all were spotted checking out the view from their room’s balcony.
It’s been recently announced that Angelina will be receiving the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the 2013 Governors Awards this November!
FALL RIVER, Mass. -- Six times on Friday a Superior Court clerk read a charge against Aaron Hernandez and asked for his plea, and six times the former New England Patriots tight end answered strongly:
Hernandez pleaded not guilty to the murder of his friend, 27-year-old semipro football player Odin Lloyd, and five accompanying weapons charges at his arraignment for an indictment handed down by a Fall River grand jury two weeks ago.
Hernandez, who will seek bail at an Oct. 9 hearing, will remain held in a Bristol County correctional facility, where he has been since his arrest on June 26. When Hernandez originally was charged, a Bristol County District Court judge ordered him held without bail, citing the seriousness of the charges and the convincing evidence.
Hernandez's attorneys will attack the circumstantial evidence against their client at the bail hearing next month, but bail is unlikely with other shooting investigations -- with possible links to Hernandez -- pending.
Still, Hernandez's attorneys, who has previously vowed that he would be "exonerated," asked the public not to jump to conclusions. The information and evidence that has been released on this case has all been one-sided and untested, they said.
"Not one shred of evidence has been presented (in court) yet," Hernandez attorney Charles Rankin said. He likened an arraignment to "a kickoff" in a football game.
If so, Hernandez's attorneys find themselves quickly behind in the score, and the prosecution points could keep piling up.
Last month, prosecutors divulged that police are probing Hernandez's possible ties to a double homicide in Boston in 2012 in which two men were shot and killed in a drive-by, and a February 2013 shooting in Florida in which one of Hernandez's friends said Hernandez shot him in the face and blinded him in one eye.
That friend, Alexander Bradley, has filed a lawsuit that says Hernandez shot him as they argued in a car, then dumped left him in an alley to die. This week, Hernandez was granted a stay in that case until criminal charges against him in Massachusetts -- and any other possible jurisdiction -- have been settled.
The former NFL star, dressed in a dark suit and a white short with an open collar on Friday, glanced occasionally at his fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins, as the charges were read. She sat in the first row of the courtroom. On the other side of the room, sat Lloyd's mother, weeping.
Hernandez's alleged accomplices also remain jailed. Ernest Wallace, 41, has been indicted as an accessory after the fact, and is being held in lieu of $500,000 cash bail. Carlos Ortiz, 27, has been charged with illegal possession of a firearm and, until now, has agreed to be held without a bail hearing.
Prosecutors say the three men were in the car on the night that Lloyd was shot five times and killed in an industrial park in North Attleborough, approximately a half-mile from Hernandez's mansion.
At Hernandez's first arraignment, prosecutors linked him to the murder with text messages, cell phone pings and surveillance video that tracked the car from North Attleborough to Boston to the industrial park and home, along with ballistics and forensic evidence that included chewed bubblegum that had been left in a rental car the four men used that night.
According to affidavits, Ortiz has told investigators that Hernandez and Lloyd had an argument in the car in the early-morning hours of June 17, and when the car stopped, the other three men got out to urinate. Ortiz said he heard shots but couldn't see who fired. He said the next day Wallace told him that Hernandez was the shooter.
The judge also addressed two other issues, continuing a gag order for everyone involved in the case and ordering all investigative agencies to preserve all evidence and notes pertaining to the case.
Meet your new alt-rock heroine: how an unknown 16-year-old from New Zealand became the most sought-after new artist of the year
This is an excerpt. For the complete story, buy this week's issue of Billboard.
"In a perfect world, I would never do any interviews," Ella Yelich-O'Connor says, "and probably there would be one photo out there of me, and that would be it."
Pausing a photo shoot in Auckland, New Zealand, for an interview, the 16-year-old singer better-known as Lorde delivers this without a hint of standoffishness. She's less distraught about the promotional trappings of a flourishing music career than she is clear about her desire to retain some mystique.
In a generation of endless selfies and attention-hungry YouTubers, Lorde courts enigma, harking back to the mid-'90s heyday of alternative dark-stars like Mazzy Star and Portishead that preferred to let their music do the talking. She's always been attracted to the small corners of inscrutability that hold fast in this time of digital ubiquity: She cites the long-anonymous U.K. dubstep titan Burial as one of her favorite artists, and says she wanted to emulate the Weeknd's cryptic, free-mixtape rollouts from 2011 when she posted her five-song debut EP, "The Love Club," on SoundCloud in New Zealand last November.
"I feel like mystery is more interesting," Lorde says. "People respond to something that intrigues them instead of something that gives them all the information-particularly in pop, which is like the genre for knowing way too much about everyone and everything."
Little was known of Lorde when her mesmerizing debut single "Royals" first entered Billboard's Alternative chart the week of June 29, and only slightly more personal details had been established by the time the song hit No. 1 on the tally less than two months later. The teenager hasn't actively sought out press opportunities, and her manager Scott Maclachlan estimates that she has played only 10 shows to date. Lorde's first U.S. performance, a headlining show at New York's Le Poisson Rouge on Aug. 6, was her first real moment of stateside promotion, and the 700-capacity show was sold out and packed with curious industry executives. An hour after Lorde had finished whipping her brown curls around and playing songs from her forthcoming debut album, "Pure Heroine," a dozen fans still lined Manhattan's Bleecker Street, hoping for a glimpse of their secretive new idol.
Speaking on the phone, Lorde is as demure as she is incisive, but for the most part, the biggest breakout star of the year is a disarmingly regular teenager. She enjoys going to the beach, riding her bike, making dinner and "mucking around," as she puts it. She's a huge fan of Nicki Minaj ("She's so fucking good I can't even fathom it"). She's the kind of whip-smart teen who has a lot of older friends as a result. And although she's been performing since her tween years, Lorde says that her parents weren't "stage parents" by any means. She's the daughter of a civil engineer and a stay-at-home mom, neither of whom actively encouraged her to sing while growing up in Devonport, a suburb of Auckland. "The fact that my parents weren't really involved in music was kind of good, because it meant that I had something that was private and personal," she says.
crystal reed made a video of 'support' for when her and daniel sharman get into fights..it's really odd. click on the scrncap
daniel looks fucking hot tho
Catherine Tate has stated she would be ‘happy’ to return to Doctor Who at some point in the future.
Tate played Donna Noble originally in the 2006 Christmas Special The Runaway Bride (with a brief appearance at the end of Doomsday which led into the special) before returning as a full time companion the fourth series in 2008.
Tate was asked by the TV Times whether she would return to the sci-fi series to which she replied “Yes, I would be more than happy to go back”
When it was announced that Tate would rejoin Doctor Who as a full time companion there was a backlash from some fans but the nay-sayers were proved wrong. The character’s re-introduction in Partners In Crime was a hit with fans and Donna Noble quickly became a fan favourite.
Tate reprised her role of Donna Noble for David Tennant’s two-part final story The End of Time in 2009. Since leaving Doctor Who the actress has appeared in Little Crackers, This Is Jinsy and American comedy The Office in which she played Nellie Bertram in 34 episodes.
The actress is currently starring alongside David Walliams in BBC One’s new Friday evening comedy Big School.
How would you bring Donna back, ONTD?