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    Oh my God, Tauriel, you can’t just go around asking people why they’re not Dwarves.


    Dying @ Thranduil being the queen bee.

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    BEST FEATURE (Award given to the Producer, Executive Producers are not awarded)
    12 Years a Slave
    PRODUCERS: Dede Gardner, Anthony Katagas, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen, Arnon Milchan, Brad Pitt, Bill Pohlad
    All Is Lost
    PRODUCERS: Neal Dodson, Anna Gerb
    Frances Ha
    PRODUCERS: Noah Baumbach, Scott Rudin, Rodrigo Teixeira, Lila Yacoub
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    PRODUCERS: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Scott Rudin
    PRODUCERS: Albert Berger, Ron Yerxa

    Shane Carruth
    Upstream Color
    J.C. Chandor
    All Is Lost
    Steve McQueen
    12 Years a Slave
    Jeff Nichols
    Alexander Payne

    Woody Allen
    Blue Jasmine
    Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke & Richard Linklater
    Before Midnight
    Nicole Holofcener
    Enough Said
    Scott Neustadter &
    Michael H. Weber
    The Spectacular Now
    John Ridley
    12 Years a Slave

    BEST FIRST FEATURE (Award given to the director and producer)
    Blue Caprice
    DIRECTOR/PRODUCER: Alexandre Moors
    PRODUCERS: Kim Jackson, Brian O'Carroll, Isen Robbins, Will Rowbotham, Ron Simons, Aimee Schoof, Stephen Tedeschi
    DIRECTOR: Stacie Passon
    PRODUCER: Rose Troche
    Fruitvale Station
    DIRECTOR: Ryan Coogler
    PRODUCERS: Nina Yang Bongiovi, Forest Whitaker
    Una Noche
    PRODUCERS: Sandy Pérez Aguila, Maite Artieda, Daniel Mulloy, Yunior Santiago
    DIRECTOR: Haifaa Al Mansour
    PRODUCERS: Gerhard Meixner, Roman Paul

    Lake Bell
    In A World
    Joseph Gordon-Levitt
    Don Jon
    Bob Nelson
    Jill Soloway
    Afternoon Delight
    Michael Starrbury
    The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete

    JOHN CASSAVETES AWARD - Given to the best feature made for under $500,000. Award given to the writer, director, and producer. Executive Producers are not awarded.
    Computer Chess
    WRITER/DIRECTOR: Andrew Bujalski
    PRODUCERS: Houston King & Alex Lipschultz
    Crystal Fairy
    WRITER/DIRECTOR: Sebastiàn Silva
    PRODUCERS: Juan de Dios Larraín & Pablo Larraín
    Museum Hours
    PRODUCERS: Paolo Calamita & Gabriele Kranzelbinder
    Pit Stop
    WRITER: David Lowery
    PRODUCERS: Jonathan Duffy, James M. Johnston,
    Eric Steele, Kelly Williams
    This is Martin Bonner
    WRITER/DIRECTOR: Chad Hartigan
    PRODUCER: Cherie Saulter

    Cate Blanchett
    Blue Jasmine
    Julie Delpy
    Before Midnight
    Gaby Hoffmann
    Crystal Fairy
    Brie Larson
    Short Term 12
    Shailene Woodley
    The Spectacular Now

    Bruce Dern
    Chiwetel Ejiofor
    12 Years a Slave
    Oscar Isaac
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Michael B. Jordan
    Fruitvale Station
    Matthew McConaughey
    Dallas Buyers Club
    Robert Redford
    All Is Lost

    Melonie Diaz
    Fruitvale Station
    Sally Hawkins
    Blue Jasmine
    Lupita Nyong'o
    12 Years a Slave
    Yolonda Ross
    Go For Sisters
    June Squibb

    Michael Fassbender
    12 Years a Slave
    Will Forte
    James Gandolfini
    Enough Said
    Jared Leto
    Dallas Buyers Club
    Keith Stanfield
    Short Term 12

    Sean Bobbitt
    12 Years a Slave
    Benoit Debie
    Spring Breakers
    Bruno Delbonnel
    Inside Llewyn Davis
    Frank G. DeMarco
    All Is Lost
    Matthias Grunsky
    Computer Chess

    Shane Carruth & David Lowery
    Upstream Color
    Jem Cohen & Marc Vives
    Museum Hours
    Jennifer Lame
    Frances Ha
    Cindy Lee
    Una Noche
    Nat Sanders
    Short Term 12

    BEST DOCUMENTARY (Award given to the director and producer)
    20 Feet From Stardom
    DIRECTOR/PRODUCER: Morgan Neville
    PRODUCERS: Gil Friesen & Caitrin Rogers
    After Tiller
    DIRECTORS/PRODUCERS: Martha Shane & Lana Wilson
    Gideon's Army
    PRODUCER: Julie Goldman
    The Act of Killing
    DIRECTOR/PRODUCER: Joshua Oppenheimer
    PRODUCERS: Joram Ten Brink, Christine Cynn, Anne Köhncke, Signe Byrge Sørensen,
    Michael Uwemedimo
    The Square
    DIRECTOR: Jehane Noujaim
    PRODUCER: Karim Amer

    BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM (Award given to the director)
    A Touch of Sin
    DIRECTOR: Jia Zhang-Ke

    Blue is the Warmest Color
    DIRECTOR: Abdellatif Kechiche

    DIRECTOR: Sebastián Lelio

    The Great Beauty
    DIRECTOR: Paolo Sorrentino

    The Hunt
    DIRECTOR: Thomas Vinterberg

    ROBERT ALTMAN AWARD - (Given to one film’s director, casting director, and its ensemble cast)
    Director: Jeff Nichols

    Casting Director: Francine Maisler

    Ensemble Cast: Joe Don Baker, Jacob Lofland, Matthew McConaughey, Ray McKinnon, Sarah Paulson, Michael Shannon, Sam Shepard, Tye Sheridan, Paul Sparks, Bonnie Sturdivant, Reese Witherspoon


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    Chief Keef has had dialogues with pop stars before--you may remember his short-lived "beef" with Katy Perry earlier this year--but his exchange with Lady Gaga last night following her AMA interview was a much more positive, though no less hilarious encounter.

    On the red carpet of yesterday's awards ceremony, Gaga was asked what music she's been into lately, to which she responded rather surprisingly. “I’ve been listening to a lot of Chief Keef, so I’m kinda into Chicago music right now,” said the diva, who worked with Chi-town's R. Kelly and Twista on her new record. “I was living there for a while, so we’ve been listening to a lot of his records. I’m a big fan.”

    Keef returned the praise via Twitter shortly thereafter. “I love Lady Gaga For Sayin She Listens to a lot of me and What’s so crazy I was jus Watchin Dis redcarpet shit Like damn dis Girl fine,” he said, before adding, “Love You Lady Gaga ❤️.”

    Could we get a collaboration from these two? Is that something we want to hear?

    source: twitter + hotnewhiphop

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  • 11/26/13--11:02: ONTD Roundup
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    Really, I should have known better. The perennial small boy in my head, the one who still watches scary telly through the cracks between his fingers, had been hopping with excitement for months: David Tennant was to return for one episode as the Doctor. Better still, this mega-budget, feature-length show celebrating half a century of Doctor Who (BBC1) would co-star John Hurt as another, darker incarnation of the character. It promised to be fabulous. And, of course, it wasn’t. It was patchy, it was cobbled together and, despite some excellent moments, it was a rotten disappointment.

    I ought to have thought back, to a similar damp squib 40 years ago, when the BBC marked the tenth anniversary season of its beloved sci-fi serial with a story called The Three Doctors. Jon Pertwee, the dandy with the ruffles and the hovercar, was joined by his prancing, whistle-piping predecessor, Patrick Troughton, while the first Doctor, grumpy William Hartnell, glowered from a background screen.

    The absence of chemistry between the trio was so complete, it threatened to create a black hole. The same void yawned between Tennant and Matt Smith: the two Doctors cancelled each other out. He might be the best actor working on British TV, but watching Tennant reprise his turn as the galaxy’s most famous Time Lord was as unedifying as seeing a podgy Eric Cantona or a wheezing Alan Shearer turn out for a charity kickabout.

    Hurt, meanwhile, was simply insipid. He spent half the episode wondering whether to blow up his home planet, Gallifrey — but this wasn’t so much an epic struggle with his conscience, more a bout of dithering. He was about as decisive as a nervous woman in a shoe shop. [OP -- Oh, thank God the DM managed to sneak in some sexism. I was worried they'd forget]

    The storyline dithered too, after a stylish start. The Tardis was airlifted by helicopter into Trafalgar Square, with Smith clinging on to it by his fingertips. The scene side-slipped to Gallifrey, where a Dalek onslaught threatened to kill billions. Most of the budget was crammed into a ten-second sequence that looked and sounded like an out-take from Star Wars, with vivid bolts of laser blasting a city to fiery rubble, while spacecraft weaved and screamed in an aerial dogfight. John Hurt’s Doctor broke a 50-year rule by grabbing a gun from a soldier, though he only used it to shoot a wall. Then he leapt into his Tardis and flew it low like a wrecking ball, to leave a swathe of decapitated Daleks.

    This pace couldn’t be maintained, and it wasn’t.Hurt trudged through a desert and sat in a cowshed, Tennant had a picnic with Elizabeth I and Smith waved his arms and threw a fez around. The mood switched to farce — when the two younger Whos met, they mirrored each other’s moves, a routine lifted from a pre-war Marx Brothers movie.

    In the banter that followed, Smith taunted Tennant for sounding like comic actor Dick Van Dyke. It was a fair jibe — that Cockney accent couldn’t have sounded more fake if he’d exclaimed: ‘Cor blimey, strike a light, Mary Poppins!’

    Everybody’s favourite Doctor, Tom Baker, had a cameo;we got a two-second glimpse of the next Doctor, Peter Capaldi, and Billie Piper was back, not as a companion but as a genie in a box.

    There were plenty of lines to please hardcore Whovians, including an old gag. ‘Oh, you’ve redecorated,’ Tennant said, surveying the Tardis. ‘I don’t like it.’ But like most of this episode, it didn’t really work — it sounded funnier in 1968, when Patrick Troughton first said it.

    Jokes from the Sixties abounded in Morecambe And Wise: The Whole Story (BBC2), the first of a fascinating two-part documentary celebrating our greatest double act. Not all the material stood up to scrutiny — for instance, a one-liner about a dud rock’n’roller: ‘I’ve heard of a square but this fellow’s an oblong.’ It probably wasn’t all that funny, even when it was first broadcast: Eric and Ernie learned their trade the hard way. They were born funny, but they had to work at becoming geniuses. [OP -- I cannot figure out what this last paragraph has to do with the rest of the article. Does someone else know?]


    Keeping things positive, what did you like about the special, ONTD?

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    dedicating this post to kary1591
    and THE BIGGEST HARRY STAN (after me) 2morrowww


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    These movie and TV guys' actions aren't all pure -- and we can't take our eyes off 'em


    1. The Governor, The Walking Dead

    The Governor may be a one-eyed homicidal dictator with major family issues but, damn, he makes it look good. Armed with a gravelly Southern drawl and face that looks like David Morrissey, you can almost forgive those that follow him to do unspeakable things. Almost. —Maricela Gonzalez

    2 Loki, Thor: The Dark World

    The wild-card Thor stepbrother returned this year, once again played with devious glint and glamour by Tom Hiddleston. In his third onscreen outing, Loki backstabbed pretty much everybody, sometimes more than once. The more he betrays, the more we love him. Superfans are calling for a film about Loki. Isn't that whatDark World was? —Darren Franich


    11 Raymond ''Red'' Reddington, The Blacklist

    James Spader's creepy performance as Red elevates the character above being your average campy supervillain. The slippery Red answers questions with more questions and oversees murders without batting an eyelash, but his shrouded past and mysterious connection to Liz (Megan Boone) make him not only intriguing, but endlessly watchable. —Shirley Li


    14 Andy Brooks, Sleepy Hollow

    Cons: He sold his soul to the demon Moloch, acts as a mouthpiece for the utterly evil Headless Horseman, and, oh yeah, is a glorified zombie with the broken cervical vertebrae and gross sagging neck skin of Meryl Streep in Death Becomes Her.
    Pro: He looks like John Cho.
    Eh, let's call it a draw. —Hillary Busis


    17 Kruger, Elysium

    Sharlto Copley's primarily known for playing goofballs in District 9 and The A-Team, so it certainly was a shock when he walked onscreen as a mangy-haired super-soldier. Kruger's a walk-softly-carry-a-big-stick kind of guy: The first time we meet him, he's firing a futuristic mega-gun into the sky for some earth-to-orbit assassination. He's an unstoppable juggernaut, the craziest and most exciting part of a disappointingly bland movie. —Darren Franich

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    agree/disagree?  I can't really think of anyone that really stood out.
    Savin was good for me. But I'm just shallow


    oops at me forgetting my number one

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    Your unmessy favs could nevah!

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    Tom Cruise was on "cloud nine" after a date with actress Laura Prepon, whom he has been friends with through Scientology.

    The pair have known each other for some time, and it seems the friendship has now blossomed into romance. Tom is believed to have pulled out all the stops when he took Laura for dinner at The Manor Hotel in Los Angeles, a favourite among fellow Scientology followers.

    "It may seem like an odd choice but it's a top restaurant called The Renaissance serving French/Californian cuisine," a source told British magazine Grazia.

    "He had her picked up in a vintage car, knowing it was one of her favourite, and had pre-ordered a vintage bottle of 1979 merlot, which was on the table when she arrived. They spent three hours laughing and joking. It's clear Tom is smitten and after the date he was on cloud nine. They had their second date at the restaurant too, meeting for Sunday brunch, and then she accompanied him a few days later to a dinner party at John's [Travolta] home."

    Tom is now believed to be secretly dating the Orange Is the New Black star and they have been spending a lot of time together. According to insiders, he is believed to be eager to settle down and get married.

    "[Tom is] the happiest he has been since his divorce from Katie [Holmes]," a source added.

    "Tom has known Laura for a few years now and they are all in the same social group that includes John Travolta and his wife Kelly Preston. He's always been fascinated by her and, since seeing her in Orange Is the New Black, that has turned into an attraction. So he bit the bullet and asked her out."

    Tom's ex-wife Katie Holmes is also showing signs of moving on. She is having a great time shooting a new movie in South Africa and is happy to remain on good terms with Tom for the sake of their daughter Suri.

    "Katie's come through so much and survived, she's past hiding away. She has Suri, she has her career and she has some amazing friends. She's strong enough to handle this," a source added.


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    MSNBC's Alec Baldwin experiment proved to be quite short-lived. The network has pulled the plug on the actor's Up Late in the wake of a paparazzo catching footage of the actor shouting an unconfirmed homophobic slur earlier in November.

    The Hollywood Reporter confirms that the planned Nov. 29 episode, what was to be its first back from a two-week suspension, will not air -- and the series has been pulled from the schedule entirely, as first reported by the New York Post. Baldwin had alluded as much in a recent editorial, expressing his doubt that the series would come back from its scandal-prompted hiatus.

    For MSNBC, closing up shop on Up Late is not the worst news. Though a program of its nature was not expected to come out of the gate particularly strong, the show arguably didn't even live up to its tempered expectations. Five weeks in, the 10 p.m. Friday talker was down 40 percent from the premiere. Its last episode averaged just 395,000 viewers and 101,000 adults 25-54.

    "We've never had a pure interview show," MSNBC president Phil Griffin told THR ahead of the launch. "It almost doesn't matter who the guest is if you can bring out something that is unique and revealing. … He's a big personality. I have confidence that he'll be known for his interviews."

    MSNBC, under the NBCUniversal umbrella, is not the only Comcast-owned property where Baldwin has ties. In addition to the one-year contract he signed with the cable network at the start of his series, Baldwin signed a two-year overall deal with Universal Television in December 2012 to develop and produce projects at the studio. Baldwin's been an NBCUniversal employee dating back to 2006 when he started on 30 Rock.

    Aside from his editorial that ran in The Huffington Post, Baldwin's only other comments in the wake of his Nov. 14 run-in came with the suspension of Up Late.

    "I did not intend to hurt or offend anyone with my choice of words, but clearly I have -- and for that I am deeply sorry," Baldwin said in a statement at the time. "Words are important. I understand that and will choose mine with great care going forward."

    The Hollywood Reporter

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    Vince Gilligan, creator of "Breaking Bad," sat down with GQ for its annual Men of the Year issue and revealed all sorts of goodies about the end of AMC's Emmy-winning drama series. The full interview is here, it's a great read.

    On what happened to Jesse Pinkman:

    "My personal feeling is that he got away. But the most likely thing, as negative as this sounds, is that they're going to find this kid's fingerprints all over this lab and they're going to find him within a day or a week or a month. And he's still going to be on the hook for the murder of two federal agents. But yeah, even though that's the most likely outcome, the way I see it is that he got away and got to Alaska, changed his name, and had a new life. You want that for the kid. He deserves it."

    On people rooting for Walter White:

    "I've kind of bemusedly scratched my head a bit, over the seasons, at the idea of people still rooting for Walt. But I don't think they're wrong. I just think it's sociologically interesting.
    Oddly enough, I think I started to root for Walt a little more in the final couple of episodes. I would argue he did the most nasty, sadistic thing he had ever done in our third-from-final episode, where he says to Jesse, "I watched Jane die." But in that same episode, he also did a couple of the kindest and most selfless things he had ever done. That episode really encompassed the duality of this character. He could be good, and he could be bad."

    On bringing back Gretchen and Elliot, which was all because of a teenage cancer patient:

    "I thought for the last couple of seasons that we were probably done with them. Not because I didn't want them back in the story, but I just couldn't figure out how they would be germane to the proceedings.

    But then I met this young fan named Kevin Cordasco. He was this very sweet young guy, 16 years old, and he had had cancer since he was 9. This poor kid; half his life he'd had cancer. And he had two wishes. One of them was that he wanted to go see the Yankees play, and the other was that he wanted to meet some of the actors from his favorite TV show. So I got to meet him, and he was a wonderful guy. This was back in October of 2012, and he looked like he was probably not long for this world. I remember asking him, 'Do you want me to tell you how it ends? As long as you keep it secret?'

    And he said, 'No, I want to watch it.' So I said, 'What would you want to see?' -- certainly not promising anything but just making conversation. He thought about it for a minute and he said, 'I'm wondering about Gretchen and Elliott. I'd like to know more about them. Do you think we'll ever see them again?' It got me thinking. And I went back to the writers' room and told them about it, and it got them thinking, too. So Gretchen and Elliott came back in very large part because of Kevin.

    The crime, the sadness of it, is that he never lived to see the ending. He passed away in March."


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    Kanye West and Sway Calloway exchanged verbal jabs this morning on Sway In The Morning. When asked about why he couldn’t produce his fashion line on a smaller level, Kanye began yelling at Sway:

    “How Sway? You ain’t got the answers Sway. I’ve been doing this more than you. You ain’t got the answers. You ain’t been doing the education. You don’t have the answers though. You tryna give me advice, but you ain’t spend $13 million of your own money to try to empower yourself!”

    Kanye eventually articulated his frustration with Sway’s question regarding why Kanye doesn’t empower himself instead of tearing down companies:

    "This industry of what I’m trying ot get into. Ain’t nobody never broke down. Ain’t nobody broke down. We all slaves, I ain’t trying to disrespect you on your show. [...] Y’all ain’t experience nothing but a moment out of the movie out of Glory. Back in the days, the slaves had enough money they could buy their own freedom. We slaves to Nike. We slaves to Benz. We slaves to public perception."


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    Miley has a new home -- sort of! The hard-partying Miley Cyrus has some new digs of sorts. In celebration of her 21st year on this planet, Miley has erected a giant teepee in the backyard of her Studio City home. In our exclusive pics, Miley's new abode is shown situated next to her luxurious pool, outdoor seating area and fake white horse. Yep, that's what we said -- fake white horse.

    The luxe teepee, which sleeps up to four people, reportedly costs $25,000. Wowsers - that's one pricey teepee.

    Miley's teepee is a cone-shaped structure with distinctly Native American-inspired triangle pattern on the bottom of it, and red striped pattern through the center. The temporary structure's opening faces Miley's rectangle pool -- we think the whole thing is pretty home actually.

    Perhaps the "Wrecking Ball" feels safer within the confines of her canvas cave after burglars broke into her home on Friday and stole over $100K in jewelry and high-end bags.

    Maybe friends crashed there after Miley's epic 21st birthday bash at Beacher's Madhouse at the Roosevelt Hotel, following the American Music Awards on Sunday night. The party raged on through out the night and had a mini Miley, plenty of dancing plush pandas, a legion of twerking ladies and Miley-inspired cocktails. Sounds like our kind of party.

    Attendees at the star-studded bash included Kelly Osbourne, rapper Wiz Khalifa, his wife Amber Rose and Miley's dad Billy Ray Cyrus.

    After the raucous soiree, Miley tweeted, "Best birthday night ever. im depressed my birthday is over."

    We have a feeling Miley won't have a hard time find another reason to party in the very near future. Maybe a new Subway restaurant (or a paper bag) will be opened this week -- and she can celebrate that.


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    Ed Sheeran heads to a Drake concert at Staples Center on Monday night. On Friday, he swung by Shamrock Social Club in Hollywood for a tattoo session.

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    she's gonna be performing for the royal family soon! something acoustic with just her guitar <3

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  • 11/26/13--12:53: Miley Cyrus Birthday Roundup
  • She may have revamped her image as a total sex kitten, but deep down Miley Cyrus is still a daddy's girl … and Billy Ray didn't let her forget it on her 21st birthday Saturday.

    Her doting pop went all out on her gift, buying the singer a $24,000 customized Cam-Am Spyder motorcycle, complete with her initials plastered all over it.

    The three-wheeled motorcycle has lately become a trendy toy among the rich and famous – The Game, Ryan Reynolds and Jada Pinkett Smith have all been seen tooling around town on them – and even Billy Ray was photographed taking the gift for a spin around his Toluca Lake neighborhood with younger daughter Noah on the back on Friday.

    Cyrus also posted a few Twitter pics of a pretty floral arrangement sent by friends, and Kelly Osbourne Tweeted a shot of them celebrating with a cupcake and birthday hats backstage at Sunday's AMAs.

    But the real party began when her crew – Osbourne, Emma Roberts, Liam Payne and Niall Horan of One Direction, Wiz Khalifa, Amber Rose, Cherie Daly, Tyler the Creator and the ATL Twins to name a few – hit Hollywood hotspot Beacher's Madhouse.

    With performances from a professional twerk team led by Beacher's resident twerker Amazon Ashley, and Mini-Miley and Mini-Robin Thicke recreating their infamous VMA performance to mini-teddy bears and Dr. Seuss's The Lorax, guests were not disappointed. They were also treated to a cake depicting the singer in a bikini made of pot leaves.


    Miley's cake.

    Amber Rose.


    Liam, Niall, Wiz.

    Mike Will.




    Tyler, The Creator. (lol@Miley's hand)

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