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    Holland attends the Relaunch Of The Zoe Report on November 20, 2013.

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    Tyler Hoechlin arrivals Xbox One official launch celebration held at Milk Studios in Los Angeles on Thursday 21st November 2013

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    Living up to the hype, Lionsgate's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire devoured an estimated $25.3 million in Thursday night grosses as it began rolling out in North America.

    The sequel surpassed by 28 percent the $19.7 million earned by the first Hunger Games on its first night of release in spring 2012. That film went on to gross $152.5 in its domestic debut, and many are betting on Catching Fire to take in notably more.

    Earlier this year, Disney and Marvel Studios' Iron Man 3 raked in $15.6 million in Thursday night runs on its way to a $174.1 million debut.

    Catching Fire's stellar Thursday performance represents one of the best numbers of all time. The top midnight earner remains Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 ($43.5 million).

    Overseas -- where it is expected to do far bigger business than the first film -- Catching Fire opens in 65 markets, including China. Major territories where it isn't debuting immediately include France, Italy and Japan. The movie, drawing rave reviews, should be boosted by its run in Imax theaters, both internationally and in North America. The sequel has already made an estimated $32 million overseas. Most major markets posted opening grosses of more than double that of the first Hunger Games, according to Lionsgate.

    In 2012, Hunger Games topped out at $408 million domestically and $283.2 million internationally for a global total of $691.2 million; Catching Fire is expected to do substantially more. By Sunday alone, the movie could cross $300 million in global ticket sales.

    The sequel also accounts for 92 percent of all weekend ticket sales on Fandango, making it the site's top advance-ticket-seller of the year, beating Iron Man 3.

    Directed by Francis Lawrence, the sequel returns Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson andLiamHemsworth in the lead roles. Woody Harrelson, Donald Sutherland, Stanley Tucci,Elizabeth Banks, LennyKravitz, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, SamClaflin and Jena Malone also star.

    Simon Beaufoy and Michael deBruyn wrote the screenplay, adapting it from the Suzanne Collins best-seller.


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    Lamar Odom's drug problem is only getting worse -- at least that's how it looks in this video, obtained by TMZ, showing Lamar incoherently rapping without his shirt on ... talking about drugs, making money without the NBA, and cheating on Khloe Kardashian.

    Video @ TMZ

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    Imagine having John as a neighbour...

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    Sky Ferreira

    It was a big year. I’m really happy I got to release my album. Releasing the album and having it do well is something I really didn’t expect. I’ve had a lot of support from people I didn’t expect, either. I also met Cole this year, so I’m thankful for that. Cole was probably the biggest thing outside of music. I have too much to be thankful for; I can’t really pin it down. she ls also thankful for not serving time after a shit ton of x & heroin was found in her car tbh


    My collection of Moon Rocks

    My Beethoven Essentials

    My Swiss Bank Account

    My Debut album dropping Jan 28

    My 2 Bestfriends Drake & Bieber

    My new Family The Kardashians they named me KODY Kardashian Rob made his mom adopt me i can’t wait to Eat Lemon berry Lobster Stuffing & Cookies n Cream Egg Nog

    It Was A Beautiful Year !!!!

    Wiz Khalifa

    My son Sebastian Taylor is the biggest blessing. I am also thankful for my wife, my parents and all my family. I keep Thanksgiving very close with my immediate family and friends. Every year is different, but I am trying to build traditions. Next year, I’m looking forward to continued health for my son and family, wonderful herbs to keep the peace between everyone, and putting out another great project.


    Basically, I’m thankful that it’s finally working the fuck out. I’m thankful for my parents and for being able to make music with such talented people and then share it with the world. I’m also thankful for coconut kale smoothies at Naturewell, Lindt dark chocolate truffles, and blue dream.

    Ariana Grande

    I’ve been lucky enough to fulfill many of my childhood dreams, getting to do what I love and being taken seriously. Work aside, I’ve also been through a lot this year. I feel like I’m growing up and learning a ton. My family is all healthy, my fans are happy and I’m happy. This Thanksgiving should be interesting—I’m eager to see how my big Italian family welcomes the new vegan to the table. Next year, I’m looking forward to hopefully becoming a slightly less awkward human being.

    Ty Dolla $ign

    Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. I love to eat. My family’s got this cabin and shit. We’re gonna go up there and hop on the lake, go fishing, do all types of rich nigga shit. I’m thankful for everything, every blessing. I’m thankful for the haters, because I can just be cool, be nice to them and hurt them with fucking success. It’s all good.

    Dan Vidmar of Shy Girls

    This year was a wild ride. I spent a lot of time making new music, enjoying the outdoors, learning new recipes, and doing a lot of traveling. I’m thankful for my health, especially my mental health. I’m thankful for the community I live in. I’m thankful for the U.S. National Parks system.

    Go to source for the rest

    ONTD, what are you thankful for this year?

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  • 11/22/13--09:39: ONTD Roundup
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    Abigail Breslin wants to make sure everyone knows she's not the same little girl from Signs. And she's doing a pretty darn good job.

    The 17-year-old actress has taken her big-girl transformation (which initially included a lighter hair color and some dark eye makeup) to the next level by posing topless for some very risqué photos with celeb photographer Tyler Shields.

    The Dirty Side of Glamour author's series of photographs of the young star revealed a much more provocative side than what the public is used to seeing, with photos of Breslin posing in a bubble bath with heavy eyeliner on and sucking on a lollipop while covering her bare breasts with a sheet.

    "I wanted to do something iconic with her, something simple but timeless," Shields tells E! News. "She's the perfect subject for something like this. Incredibly talented, beautiful actress but no one has ever seen her like this. There's fun in that—showing someone to the world for the first time."

    He continues, "Ever since we did Final Girl last year, she has grown up so much while making the movie, I put her through a lot so it was easy to do this. We have a great working relationship and I'm happy to see her all grown up."

    Shields adds that Breslin was "great" on set, telling us "she was game. She knew exactly the goal and we shot it like a movie. This is the scene and she executed."

    As for what Abigail thought of the final product: "She loves them. I think anyone would love to have these photos taken of them. Forty years from now, she will be even happier!"

    And although these photos (and a lot of Shields' work) contain an OMG-factor, he's not in the business to shock people. "I have given up on trying to figure out what people will think," he tells E! News. "I just keep busy making art."

    "Tylers one of my really good friends. He's like a brother to me. I love him. I did a movie with him last year and he's such a great guy and he's always the most fun to shoot with. I always have a good time," she told us, and said she "loved" the photos, "I was excited. I loved them. I love working with Tyler, we always have a blast. We just do it for fun and he's great."

    The teen star also mentioned that her mature look isn't necessarily to make a point.

    "I don't make these conscious decisions to do it to like prove to the world that I'm grown up. I think people see my work and see what I do and see that I'm grown up. But yeah, I'm almost 18. Every headline for the past three years has been 'Abigail Breslin All Grown Up,' so I am kind of growing up. I do want to try different things but its all for fun."

    Surprised it wasn't Uncle Terry tbh

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  • 11/22/13--10:23: please no
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    The aXe-Factor: Simon Cowell's renewal odds are better than you think
    The industry’s widespread assumption is that the bombastic competition series will be canceled due to low ratings. That’s been our assumption, too. Yet we’re hearing Factor‘s fate is not yet sealed. In fact, sources say Fox and Factor producers have started renewal discussions on a potential fourth season. The negotiations are for a reduced number of episodes (more on that later). Mind you, these talks are just that — talks — and no guarantee of a pickup. But some sources contend the show’s renewal odds have actually turned slightly in favor of the show coming back, which is surprising (Fox, FremantleMedia and Syco had no comment).

    You know the numbers are ugly: Factor‘s third season dive-bombed. The singing competition debuted down 38 percent among adults 18-49 from season 2 (which, in turn, was down from season 1). Since then, Factor has hit one all-time-low rating after another. “If it’s good, the ratings will go up,” X Factor chief Simon Cowell boldly told EW at the start of the season. “If it’s terrible, they’ll go down.” So by Cowell’s own logic, The X Factor this season has been “terrible.”

    The reasons for Fox’s hesitation to pull the plug on Factor are complex and network-y, but have some compelling logic. First, reality shows are malleable — Fox can once again tweak the show’s talent, format and budget to try and improve its performance. Not that Fox’s previous Factor fixes have actually succeeded in boosting the show’s ratings, but Factor airs in 45 countries and is a massive hit in many of them. The show’s overseas fame makes Fox’s edition feel like an ill-constructed toy that’s always a couple repairs away from working. Also: Factor is considered an ad-sales-friendly property.

    Most importantly, Fox knows next fall’s shows might fare worse than Factor, and some almost certainly will. Wednesday’s edition of Factor is averaging 7.3 million viewers and a 2.4 rating in adults 18-49. Glee, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Bob’s Burgers, Dads, The Mindy Project and MasterChef Jr. are all averaging lower numbers (and that’s including DVR playback, which doesn’t much help reality shows). The only new Fox series this fall that’s out-averaging Wednesday’s Factor is Sleepy Hollow (not counting Almost Human, which just premiered this week). To network executives and advertisers, new shows are scary mystery boxes, while Factor is, for better or worse, a known quantity. Canceling X Factor means filling three additional hours next fall with scary mystery boxes.

    There is also an option for X Factor that hasn’t yet been attempted: Shortening the show, which I’m hearing is the plan if the series is renewed. Factor is currently three hours a week on Fox’s 15-hour schedule. That’s fine for audition episodes, which tend to be Factor‘s highest-rated hours, but once the series settles into regular competition mode, a two-hour commitment might make more sense, especially since Thursday’s Factor is the show’s weakest link. ABC’s Dancing With the Stars seemingly benefited from dumping its results show this season (it’s hard to know for sure).

    So when you look at Factor with all these, well, factors … renewing the franchise begins to look a bit more attractive. A bit. There is still the problem of the show’s uncool brand; it struggles to strike a pose in the long shadow of The Voice. And the show’s season-by-season ratings trend is really worrisome — there is no reason to think that Factor won’t drop yet again.

    Unlike previous years, Fox will probably wait until after Factor‘s current cycle concludes before deciding its fate (by January, we’re hearing). These next last few weeks of shows could make all the difference. Factor is down, down, down … but not yet out.

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    Courtney Stodden has suggested that the time she spent with fellow Celebrity Big Brother housemate Mario Falcone may have contributed to the end of her marriage.

    Stodden and her ex-husband Doug Hutchison announced recently that they have decided to bring their relationship to a close.


    The 19-year-old model has now told new! that her behaviour with Falcone in the Big Brother house "sped everything up".

    She also admitted that she thinks Hutchinson believed she was too flirty with Falcone, saying: "It was like my only chance to go crazy and feel single, and I was trying to get it out of my system before I left the house so I could go back to Doug and be happy."

    However, Stodden admitted that she has "no idea" whether she could date Falcone in the future, although she did say that she will probably meet up with him in London.

    "I'm kind of a personality girl - if anybody can make me laugh, they have a date," she said. "With Mario, I couldn't even understand him because his accent was so strong."

    Elsewhere, Stodden revealed that Lauren Harries will be coming over to the US to see her shortly but remained coy on rumours that they will have their own show.

    "That's something I can't talk about right now, but we are moving forward in friendship and in business, so you can expect something from us," she revealed.

    Stodden has previously suggested that age was to blame for her split from Hutchison.


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    Running, gymnastics and karate were just some of the activities that filled the life of Caitlin Stewart of Albuquerque, N.M. That changed when, at the age of 12, Caitlin began to feel pains in her right knee.

    The pains turned into a shocking diagnosis for the young girl, osteosarcoma, an aggressive form of bone cancer.

    What kept Caitlin going throughout her treatment was a life-size cutout of her favorite actor, Josh Hutcherson, star of “The Hunger Games.”

    “He just helped me through the thing ’cause he just kept me happy,” she said.

    Caitlin, with her life-size Hutcherson by her side, fought through chemotherapy and saw her cancer go into remission.

    When the Make-A-Wish Foundation asked Caitlin what her biggest dream was, she said it would be to meet Hutcherson in person. That’s where “Good Morning America” stepped in to help make Caitlin’s wish come true.

    Under the guise that Caitlin had won a behind-the-scenes tour of “GMA” through a sweepstakes, the  Stewart family flew to New York  from Albuquerque this week. They stopped by the Times Square studio of “GMA” on Tuesday, the same day that Hutcherson happened to appear on the show to promote the new “Hunger Games” sequel, “Catching Fire.”
    “Is there a Caitlin in here?” Hutcherson asked the crowd.

    “Oh my God,” a shocked Caitlin responded.

    Just seeing her dream actor in person was not Caitlin’s only surprise.

    Hutcherson also invited her entire family to see “Catching Fire” later that day, three days before its U.S. opening. Hutcherson also gave her a poster signed by the whole “Catching Fire” cast, and another gift with a very personal meaning for Caitlin.

    “There is a cardboard cutout of myself,” Hutcherson said to his fan. “I heard you had one, so I got you an updated one.”

    The magical surprise ended with a hug from Hutcherson.

    “I mean, it just made my whole life,” she said.


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    If there’s one woman in the world who is versatile enough to model the most iconic dresses of all time, it has to be Marge Simpson. The Simpsons‘ beloved matriarch is the perfect example of the everywoman: She’s smart, sexy — at least by cartoon standards — and strong. Which is exactly why Italian artist aleXsandro Palombo, of the popular blog Humor Chic, decided to illustrate her in some of fashion’s most memorable ensembles.

    While this isn’t Marge’s first foray into fashion — she starred alongside a cartoon version of Linda Evangelista in Harper’s Bazaar back in 2007 — she definitely looks better than ever.
    See her in Audrey Hepburn’s classic black Givenchy from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, along with Kate Middleton‘s now-classic navy Issa London engagement dress. Now there’s only one question left to ask: Who wore it better?

    Marge Simpson Kate Middleton Issa London Art Cartoon Illustration Satire Sketch Fashion Luxury Style Iconic Dresses all the time The simspsons  Humor Chic by aleXsandro Palombo

    Marge Simpson as Kate Middleton
    Kate Middleton's Engagement Dress

    Marge Simpson Jackie Kennedy Art Cartoon Illustration Satire Sketch Fashion Luxury Style Iconic Dresses all the time The simspsons  Humor Chic by aleXsandro Palombo
    Marge Simpson as Jaqueline Kennedy
    Pink Chanel suit of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy

    Marge Simpson Givenchy Audrey Hepburn Art Cartoon Illustration Satire Sketch Fashion Luxury Style Iconic Dresses all the time The simspsons  Humor Chic by aleXsandro Palombo (2)

    Marge Simpson as Audrey Hepburn

    Marge Simpson Geri Halliwell union jack dress Art Cartoon Illustration Satire Sketch Fashion Luxury Style Iconic Dresses all the time The simspsons  Humor Chic by aleXsandro Palombo (2)

    Marge Simpson as Geri Halliwell

    Marge Simpson Coco Chanel Famous Shot Campaign Art Cartoon Illustration Satire Sketch Fashion Luxury Style Iconic Shot Dresses all the time The simspsons  Humor Chic by aleXsandro Palomb

    Marge Simpson as Coco Chanel

    Marge Simpson Christian Dior Bar Jacket Art Cartoon Illustration Satire Sketch Fashion Luxury Style Iconic Dresses all the time The simspsons  Humor Chic by aleXsandro Palombo
    Marge Simpson in Dior, The Bar Suit 1947.
    "Bar" suit and jacket, spring/summer 1947
    Christian Dior (French, 1905–1957)

    Lots more pictures at the Sources: 1&2

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  • 11/22/13--10:50: Breakout Stars of 2013
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    It's been a great year for pop culture! Before we say goodbye to 2013, let's celebrate this year's greatest breakout stars. From hot hunks like Catching Fire's Sam Claflin to reality TV's favorite duck hunters, Us Weekly has this year's biggest breakouts in entertainment.


    These impressive actors are already Oscar frontrunners for their roles in 12 Years a Slave. British star Ejiofor was previously known for his role as Keira Knightley's husband in 2003's Love Actually, but this was British-born Nyong'o's first major role. (This counts as one entry!)



    Kiwi Wunderkind! The New Zealand-born singer-songwriter was just 16 years old when her hit single "Royals" and accompanying debut album Pure Heroine stunned critics and the music industry. She even picked a few fights with other pop stars like Selena Gomez and Katy Perry.


    Scene stealer! After garnering some attention for 2012's underrated action flick Chronicle, Michael B. Jordan took on the emotional role of Oscar Grant in Fruitvale Station. His performance of a young father who gets shot by a police officer compelled fans and critics alike and raised awareness against racial profiling. He's next set to star in Zac Efron's bromantic comedy That Awkward Moment in 2014.


    He played opposite Kristen Stewart in 2012's Snow White and the Huntsman, but after he was chosen to play the hunky Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, this sexy Brit rose up in the ranks of Hollywood's hottest.


    After Netflix released its smash women's prison dramedy, Orange Is the New Black, over the summer -- prompting millions to binge watch instantly -- its lead actress, Taylor Schilling, quickly became a breakout star. After all, she did make out with Laura Prepon and Jason Biggs in the same episode.

    ONTD, who are some of your favorite breakout stars of the year?

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    Sleepy Hollow has been one of fall’s dark horse success stories of the 2013 fall TV season, taking the legend of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman and expanding it into a much larger exploration of mythology, American history, cloaked in the skin of an odd-pair police procedural.

    Series creators Alex Kurtzman (Amazing Spider-Man 2) and Len Wiseman (Underworld) joined show stars Tom Mison (Ichabod), Nicole Beharie (Lt. Abbie Mills), Orlando Jones (Captain Frank Irving) and Katia Winter (Katrina Crane) for interviews at the 2013 New York Comic-Con. Read on to find out SPOILER-FREE teases about what monsters, character arcs and plot twists are headed our way in season 1.

    New Monsters

    Kurtzman and Wiseman talked about how they approach the series’ monsters as being manifestations of the characters’ personalities – like how “The Sandman” (pictured above) was a representation of Abbie’s guilt over betraying her sister.

    As for what NEW nightmarish creatures we could be seeing throughout season 1?

    Len Wiseman: We have our version of the scarecrow coming up – another twist on a classic character that ties into our mythology in a way that you’ve never seen on the show.

    Alex Kurtzman: We have a version of a Gollum coming up which is a character that has existed in a bunch of different mythologies and the fun part is that we planned it with enough advanced warning that we can built these designs in a way that’s really cool and we’re not throwing them together at the last minute.

    More Horseman

    Besides revealing that the actor who plays the Horseman is of intimidating size and stature, show stars Nicole Beharie and Orlando Jones teased a little bit about when we can expect to see more of the demonic Hessian – as well as revealing that we’ll get to know more of his backstory leading up to his fall into darkness:

    Nicole Beharie: You’ll see him again if you miss him. He’s coming back, I don’t miss him but he’s there.

    Orlando Jones: What I think is cool is that you also get to learn about his back story, that’s really cool. Normally people just go use the headless horseman – but to actually see him before he was headless and to understand a bit of why he became [who he did]–

    Nicole Beharie: It’s like that show ‘Wicked’ the Broadway show, why is she the witch? Why is he the horseman?

    Orlando Jones: Yea it’s kind of dope to go back into that mythology and understand who he is as a human before he became what he is. That’s one of my favorite parts of the legend.

    The Big Picture

    Kurtzman made it clear that Sleepy Hollow is a show that is being conceived and executed with a much bigger picture in mind – they’re not just figuring it out as they go along. Needless to say, the road to the already-confirmed season 2 has been paved well in advance:

    Alex Kurtzman: It’s interesting because Fox was very vigilant about making sure we had a big plan and it was really to their credit and to our credit because they really wouldn’t give us a green light to series until they knew where we were going. Kevin Riley said, ‘what are the major pillars of season one and what you’re setting up for season two? You don’t have to give me every detail but you have to tell me kind of where it’s going.’

    And it really forced us to sit down and come up with a real plan, and what’s been great for us in the writer’s room is that – knowing where we’re going – we can be seeding these things along the way very, very deliberately and it’s not until the end of the season that you’ll realize what you were being set up for and told about.

    Unblurred Lines

    Jones and Beharie agreed that blurred demonic figure who has been set up as the “big bad” of season 1 is one freaky customer – and to prove that the showrunners indeed have a road map for where the season will go, Wiseman revealed that the blurring is not a character gimmick, but rather a set up for character and narrative development over the course of season 1:

    Len Wiseman: One of the demons that you see right now you don’t see him that well, he’s blurred. Over the course of the series as our characters get more [experienced], as their senses get stronger [with the supernatural], we’ll be able to see that guy clearer and clearer and we get to reveal a little more of him.

    7 Years of Tribulation (and Show Life)

    Sleepy Hollow was clearly being set up for a longer run from the very beginning; Ichabod’s speech about the 7 years of tribulation preceding revelations (an event he and Abbie may be destined to fight against) quickly and succinctly gave the show an extended shelf-life in which to flesh out its mythology and narrative:

    Len Wiseman: The idea of that was in kind of going through our mythology and looking at the bible, the idea that there was a seven year period of tribulation and the two witnesses to be chosen to determine the fate of humanity. Think of it as a scale where in if Abby and Crane succeed then the scale is tipped toward good but if they fail it’s tipped toward evil and at the end of seven years which is going to weigh out? and that’s going to determine the outcome of us [all].

    Witchy Woman

    A lot of talk centered on how the show presents strong female characters who aren’t dependent on, or secondary to, male love interests. However, there is one female character we have yet to really get to know: Ichabod’s wife (and good witch) Katrina, who is stranded in limbo and appears only via dream sequence or flashback.

    As stars Tom Mison and Katia Winter tell it, Katrina won’t just be regulated to the sidelines – we’ll get to see more of her life in the past and her effect on present-day circumstances:

    Katia Winter: It’s actually coming up in the upcoming episodes. You’ll get to know Katrina and her past. It’s interesting, I’m looking forward to people getting to know her backstory.

    Tom Mison: The flashbacks become more and more substantial in a few episodes’ time, and you start to see the importance of Katrina, not only in Ichabod’s past – and how he switched from being a Red Coat to a Revolutionary – but also his position in the war against evil. And then, how all that effects the present day. So there’s more and more with the wife… it’s all about Katrina.

    The more Katrina comes back the more revelations there are – not only about Ichabod, but about the fate of humanity.
    So keep your eyes on her.

    Getting to Know You Better

    When asked about new things we may learn about the characters in the show as the season progresses, some of the cast played VERY coy, while others freely teased where we might see their respective arcs take them:

    Orlando Jones: You’ll… see what’s happening between [Abbie and Irving] and get to know our backstory a lot better. A lot with my ex-wife and my daughter and plenty of things that I literally would get my head chopped off if I told you; but suffice to say, I don’t think we’ll get ahead of it I think there’s a lot more to come and I think you’re still meeting creatures and demons that you haven’t seen yet. So that part is kind of exciting for all of us and I think the discovery between all the characters … It’s going to be fun… I think the best description for Irving is assume I know everything (gives dramatic deadpan stare).

    Nicole Beharie: Yeah, I think everyone across the board – everyone’s life is going to plump and fill out a little bit. So there’s gonna be a little bit of everything but I think…[Abbie's] not driven by a romantic interest which is what is really powerful about the piece and that doesn’t change. But will there be some admirers? I sure hope so.

    Tom Mison: See there are things that I can’t say because I’ll get in trouble, and then there are things I don’t want to say because they’re such nice twists (smiles). I want you to enjoy them when they come.

    The Town

    The mythology surrounding the town of Sleepy Hollow isn’t the only thing we’ll learn more about; the townspeople themselves will be getting in on the action as they become more aware of the very strange and macabre happenings in their community:

    Orlando Jones: In the subsequent episodes you’ll see a lot of development about who actually is living in Sleepy Hollow and their involvement into the main story.

    Len Wiseman: [This is all] something that Irving is trying to contain and you can only contain it for so long. And actually we have a lot of fun with how it starts to spread and the control of it – how they try to keep it under wraps.

    Alex Kurtzman: Yes, we’re right in the middle of that right now.

    There's only like four episodes left. HOW AM I GOING TO DEAL WITH THE BREAK?!

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    What's on your holiday wish list?

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    Mob City-Sleeping City

    Jon Bernthal talks Joe Teague

    Edward Burns as Bugsy Siegel

    Jeremy Luke-Mickey Cohen

    Alexa Davalos-Jasmine Fontaine

    Episode 1.01 & 1.02 synopsis
    Episode 1.01 - A Guy Walks Into a Bar
    Hecky Nash (guest star Simon Pegg) bribes police detective Joe Teague (Jon Bernthal) to protect him during a dangerous blackmail scheme involving the Los Angeles mob. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to bring down one of the city’s most infamous mobsters, the Los Angeles police force looks to Teague for key information in hopes of crippling the heart of L.A.’s organized crime.

    Episode 1.02 - Reason to Kill a Man
    Hal Morrison (Jeffrey DeMunn) and Captain William Parker (Neal McDonough) interrogate Jasmine (Alexa Davalos) in a desperate attempt to gain insight into Hecky Nash’s blackmail scheme. Keeping a close eye on Jasmine, Joe discovers she’s hiding a secret that could cost her her life. Meanwhile, Sid (Robert Knepper) and Terry (guest star Richard Brake) get a tip that leads to a violent display of revenge.

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    hitting all my kinks tbh

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    Kit Harington: Gamer of the Year 2013

    When you're in the cast of HBO's spectacular, far-flung Game of Thrones, the grass is always greener on the other side of Westeros. Kit Harington, who plays Ned Stark's bastard son, Jon Snow—grimly, but charismatically, confined to the icy North for three seasons now—admits that he sometimes envies his peers ponying the dames in nice, warm palace chambers while “I'm out in the freezing cold with bearded men.” But on the other hand, he says, “Peter Dinklage”—a.k.a. court-intrigue survivor extraordinaire Tyrion Lannister—“told me he really enjoyed the battle of Blackwater in season two. He finally got to go outdoors and fight!”

    As for us, we're down with the whole crew. That's because GoT—on top of enough mayhem, naked ladies, and barbaric behavior to keep our inner 12-year-old feeling the testosteronic equivalent of a sugar high—never stops peddling a take on power politics that could bring out the wuss in Attila the Hun. (Exhibit A would be last season's infamously bloody Red Wedding, which Harington loved: “I was jumping for joy that they pulled it off.”) The actor's spoiler-free preview of next season? “It's the most action-heavy. It's the most expensive. And there's more death.” More death, did you say? Uh-huh: “They haven't lowered the bar.”


    Please watch the vid to hear him tell the story of how he got dumped at age 13 for wearing socks with sandals to school. I can't.

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    JenniferLawrence was worried about the potential "camel toe problem" her wetsuit inThe Hunger Game: Catching Fire might cause, but her costar Sam Claflin was more concerned about the thong he was asked to wear underneath his. The 27-year-old Brit recalled his wardrobe woes during a Wednesday, Nov. 20, appearance on E!'s Chelsea Lately.

    "I just remember walking into my trailer for the costume fitting and it was hanging up. I was like, 'What's that? What is that? That's a poor excuse for a bit of underwear,'"Claflin said of the butt floss. "I did put it on. I wore it for a few days."

    Host Chelsea Handler then told her guest about a pair of long-lasting underwear she came across in Africa. "Could you imagine wearing a pair of underwear for six weeks?" she laughed.

    "The sight of me in the thong was probably worse, though," Claflin replied.

    Claflin and costar Josh Hutcherson were asked to wear thongs underneath their wetsuits to prevent visible panty lines. Of course, there were other reasons the boys didn't go commando.

    "I did a scene with the woman I carry for most of the film, who I'd say is in her 60s or 70s maybe, and my leg had to be around her up against the chair that she was sitting on. And I definitely felt poppage," he admitted. "And the whole time I was thinking, 'God, she's just starting right at [my erection]. Then I decided I could not go with the thong anymore."


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    The Hollywood producer behind Fight Club forgot the first rule of fight club and admitted on Israeli prime time news that he is a former Israeli spy.

    Although Arnon Milchan was rumored to be a spy for years — even Robert De Niro raised suspicions — it wasn’t until Monday that the “Pretty Woman” producer admitted to buying arms and assisting his country’s nuclear program to “Uvda,” a popular show in Israel.

    “I did it for my country and I’m proud of it,” said Milchan, who also ran a fertilizer company in Israel before making his mark in Hollywood.

    He also said other Hollywood bigwigs were involved.


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    Kanye being Kanye and Envy and Charlamagne are ~kinda going in

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