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Cartoon Network is adding a little sugar, spice and everything nice back to its lineup — for one night, at least.
The cabler has slated a new “Powerpuff Girls” special for January, one that will reunite the original voice cast Catherine Cavadini, Tara Strong, E.G. Daily, Roger L. Jackson, Tom Kane and Tom Kenny.
Ringo Starr is also joining the cast for the special — he voices Fibonacci Sequins, Townsville’s most famous flamboyant mathematician, in a special guest appearance. Starr also performs an original music vid and song for the program titled “I Wish I Was A Powerpuff Girl.”
Dubbed “Dance Pantsed,” spesh follows Mojo Jojo as he kidnaps a mathematician, an opera singer and a badger to steal Chemical X and take over Townsville. But when the Powerpuff Girls thwart his plan, he invents an evil video game called “Dance Pants R-EVILution” to control their minds and bodies to fulfill his evil plot.
Special will debut Monday, Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m., and be preceded by a 10-episode “Powerpuff Girls” marathon the day before.
“The Powerpuff Girls” debuted on Cartoon Network in 1998 and ended its run in 2005. Series is created by Craig McCracken.
Producers Ant Timpson, Tim League, and Magnet Releasing have announced the winner of ABCs of Death 2’s “Search for the 26th Director” – Robert Boocheck’s riotous “M Is For Masticate”.
The original ABCs of Death, comprised of 26 alphabet-themed ways to die from the biggest names in horror, invited filmmakers from around the world to submit their own T-themed deaths – with one exceptional entry being chosen to appear in the final film. The tradition of selecting the 26th Director proudly continued in the 2014 sequel, this time using the letter “M.”
In addition to winning a $5000 cash prize, Boocheck’s M Is For Masticate will officially become ABCs of Death 2’s “M” segment.
Additionally, the production team has also announced ABCs OF DEATH 1.5: THE 26TH DIRECTOR EDITION, a feature-length anthology showcasing the finest entries in this year’s competition, chosen exclusively by the film’s producers. Drafthouse Films will digitally release the spin-off anthology during first quarter 2014.
ABCs of Death 2’s other attached directors are an eclectic, acclaimed group, consisting of Julian Barratt of The Mighty Boosh; Israel’s Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado (BIG BAD WOLVES, RABIES); Japan’s arthouse provocateur Sion Sono (COLD FISH, SUICIDE CLUB); Academy Award-nominated animator Bill Plympton; ROOM 237 mastermind Rodney Ascher; Filipino icon – and Director’s Fortnight inductee – Erik Matti (ON THE JOB, MAGIC TEMPLE); Lithuania’s Kristina Buozyte and Bruno Samper (VANISHING WAVES); SPLICE and CUBE’s Vincenzo Natali; indie horror icon Larry Fessenden (THE LAST WINTER, HABIT); THE STATION’s Marvin Kren; Todd Rohal (THE CATECHISM CATALYSM); Canada’s king of lo-fi, Steven Kostanski (MANBORG); Cuba’s Alejandro Brugués (JUAN OF THE DEAD); acclaimed UK commercial director Jim Hosking; Japanese monster-maker Hajime Ohata (HENGE); Canadian short film wizard Chris Nash (SKINFECTIONS); France’s Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo (INSIDE, LIVID); E.L. Katz (director of the SXSW breakout hit CHEAP THRILLS); twin auteurs Jen and Sylvia Soska (AMERICAN MARY, DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK); A LONELY PLACE TO DIE’s Julian Gilbey; Brazil’s most controversial filmmaker Dennison Ramalho (NINJAS and LOVE FOR MOTHER ONLY); the founder of Nigerian “Nollywood” cinema Lancelot Imasuen; THE LEGEND OF BEAVER DAM and the upcoming STAGEFRIGHT’s Jerome Sable; and animator Robert Morgan – creator of the BAFTA Award nominated short BOBBY YEAH.
The U.K. season finale of The X Factor on Sunday drew an average audience of 9.7 million, becoming the lowest-rated season-ending episode of the show since 2005, according to ratings consultancy
Sunday night's episode of the Simon Cowell-created singing competition on ITV brought to an end the 10th season of the talent show in Britain and was the most watched show of the night in the U.K. despite its drop from previous seasons.
Last season, the finale had attracted 10.9 million, or 11.1 million when including the audience for the re-airing. In 2011, ITV had reached an average audience of 13.1 million for the final episode, while in 2010, an audience of 17.2 million had tuned in for the show's highest-rated finale ever.
Sunday's audience performance beat out 2005 when the finale drew an average of 8.1 million viewers, according to data from that time period, following 9.7 million in 2004.
A peak audience of 11.9 million watched this Sunday, again falling behind last season when the finale had peaked with 12.8 million.
The first part of The X Factor season finale on Saturday night had drawn fewer viewers, becoming the lowest-rated Saturday finale episode since the show's launch in 2004. The average Saturday audience amounted to 8.5 million, including viewers catching up on the show with an hour delay, down about 1 million on the final Saturday last year. But it was enough to make the episode the highest-rated Saturday night live show of the 10th season.
ITV has seen the show remain one of the highest-rated entertainment shows on British TV, but it has been drawing weaker ratings in recent years. Cowell had an on-air role through the 2010 season. BBC's dance competition Strictly Come Dancing, ITV's own I'm a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here and Downton Abbey have beaten it this season, at least in some instances.
The U.K. audience average for the full The X Factor season generally trended higher from the 7.4 million in the first season until a high of 14.1 million in season seven. But the average fell to 9 million last season from 12.4 million in 2011.
The 10th season featured judges Gary Barlow, Nicole Scherzinger, Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh. Changes to the panel and format are expected next season.
ITV recently renewed The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent for three more years.
"Thank you to the entire production team who worked on X factor uk. And of course the judges and the talent. And to everyone who watched," tweeted Cowell on Monday. "And next week it's the X factor USA final. You have no idea what goes on behind the scenes! It's going to be a great final. Watch and see."
I can't wait to see the ratings for the US final.
It’s no secret that Christopher Eccleston was initially approached about returning for The Day of the Doctor. Of course he ended up turning it down.
In the latest DWM, Moffat confirms that Eccleston would have filled what became John Hurt’s role: “Yes, but I was pretty certain Chris wouldn’t do it, although he did agree to a couple of meetings. So instead we had the challenge and excitement of introducing a BBC audience to a brand new Doctor.”
Asked if it would have been Eccleston ending the Time War instead: “Yes, but do you know, I was always nervous of that one, because it doesn’t fit with [2005's] Rose at all.
“[Eccleston] is a brand new Doctor in Rose, he’s absolutely, definitely new. It couldn’t have been is who pushed the button in the Time War, cos that’s a new man, very explicitly, in that episode. I also had trouble, I have to be honest, imagining it being Paul McGann’s Doctor.
“So all of this led me to the idea that if you’re going to sell to the Not-We audience a Doctor who essentially they haven’t seen before, then you have a freer hand than saying it has to be one of the ones you’ve already had. And it was predicated in getting an enormous star to be able to do it. We got John Hurt, so that was cool! Think of the fuss it’s created for us!”
This explanation doesn't quite make sense to me. What do you make of it, ONTD?
PS -- did any Eccleston fans watch the first half of Lucan last week?
I figured I would write my thoughts on it all. After having a night to sleep on it and a day to reflect, I think there has been ample time to gather my thoughts while the encounter is still fresh.
Earlier this month the Jewish Anti-Defamation League released a statement asking Kanye West to apologize for comments he made during an interview with The Breakfast Club.
During the discussion, Kanye said, “Black people don’t have the same level of connections as Jewish people.” ADL’s National Director Abraham H. Foxman called the comments “classic anti-semitism” and said they reinforced the stereotype that Jews are “all-powerful and control the levers of power in government.”
While some in the Jewish community were offended by Kanye’s quote, Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam has defended the rapper and his comments. According to Farrakhan, Kanye should not apologize because nothing that he said was untrue.
“Did he lie? No, he told the truth,” says Farrakhan in a video address.
He goes on to add:
You know what Mr. Foxman? I wish you and I could have a dialogue. You wouldn’t put that small time stuff over on me that you put on scared to death negroes, that if they mention Jew and you call them anti-semitic they start bowing to you and your pressure. Kanye West don’t bow to the pressure to apologize to anybody. You said nothing wrong.
"Penny Dreadful" is a Showtime series beginning in 2014 about characters such as Victor Frankenstein, Dorian Gray & Dracula living in Victorian London.
Dinner killed Grandpa before he could dig into dessert. It was his grandson's idea to enter him into the "Get My Grandpa Laid," contest. The contest was tied to the release of Johnny Knoxville's film Bad Grandpa. The prize...a menage-a-trois at the world famous Bunny Ranch in Nevada.
Last Thursday, flanked by his grandson, Ed, Orris stopped by the Bunny ranch in the afternoon to flirt around with the 40 or so women who work at the ranch. “He was on cloud nine, and anxious to get back to the Bunny Ranch,” said the 49-year-old grandson “He told one of the girls, ‘I’m gonna be back here at 9 o’clock — you’d better be ready!’”
Brothel owner Dennis Hof said "Johnny said that he was prepping for the 'Super Bowl of Sex.'" And that Super Bowl was a night session with Caressa Kisses and Rain Riches. But the Super Bowl would never be played. Orris, his grandson and a pal went to dinner at Harvey's Lake Tahoe resort for steaks. Just two bites in to his prime rib, Orris choked to death.
His grandson delivered the Heimlich unsuccessfully and paramedics worked on Orris for 30 minutes. They could not save him. His grandson returned to the Bunny ranch to deliver the shocking news. One working girl reportedly threw in a freebie to help him deal with his grief.
Howard Stern weighed in on the tragedy: "The poor guy, I only wish he would have gotten laid."
The Voice Season 6, featuring Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Usher and Shakira, premieres on Monday February 25 and Tuesday February 25. Check out the details from NBC.
NBC has announced that the Emmy Award-winning musical competition series “The Voice” will launch its sixth season with the return of coaches Shakira, Usher, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton in a special two-night premiere: Monday, Feb. 24 (8-10 p.m. ET/PT) and Tuesday, Feb. 25 (8-9 p.m.).
SHAKIRA- Reprising her role as a coach in season four, Shakira returns to share her expertise. Over the course of her career, Colombian singer-songwriter and Grammy winner Shakira has sold close to 60 million albums worldwide and has won numerous awards, including two Grammys, nine Latin Grammys, four World Music Awards, three American Music Awards and five Billboard Music Awards. Her collaborations with such stars as Beyonce and Alejandro Sanz have helped grow her audience and she is the only artist from South America to have a #1 song in the U.S. Currently working on a new album, Shakira has had four of the 20 top-selling hits of the last decade, more than any other artist. Tops on the list is 2006’s “Hips Don’t Lie,” the biggest-selling single of the 21st century that reached the #1 spot in an astonishing 55 countries.
USHER- A natural born coach, Usher also returns to his red chair. He has been ranked by the Recording Industry Assn. of America as one of the best-selling artists in American music history, having sold over 50 million albums worldwide. He has won numerous awards including eight Grammy Awards and was named the #1 Hot 100 artist of the 2000s decade. Billboard named him the second most successful artist of the 2000s decade, with his career-propelling 2004 album “Confessions” being ranked as the top solo album of the 2000s decade. Usher has attained nine Hot 100 #1 hits (all as a lead artist) and 18 Hot 100 top-10 singles.
Usher is also the last artist to reach Diamond sales in music history. He is currently working on his eighth studio album as well as filming the movie “Hands of Stone” where he will be starring as Sugar Ray Leonard opposite Edgar Ramirez and Robert de Niro.
ADAM- Levine has been a coach on “The Voice” since the show’s debut in April 2011. He is also the lead singer of three-time Grammy Award-winning band Maroon 5. The multi-platinum selling group’s latest album, “Overexposed,” has quickly reinforced the band’s status as a powerhouse in popular music with all of the collection’s singles quickly rising to the top of the charts. The third single off of the album claimed the #1 spot on both Top 40 and Hot AC radio charts. In the process, the band set a record for the most #1’s (six in total) by a group in the Top 40 chart’s 20-year history.
Most recently, Maroon 5 wrapped one of the highest grossing tours of 2013 with over $50 million in ticket sales. The band is currently in the studio recording a new album.
BLAKE- Shelton is CMA Awards’ reigning Male Vocalist of the Year for the fourth consecutive year. With 10 back-to-back No. 1 singles (15 overall), Shelton is one of the “most versatile of contemporary country singers” (The New York Times). “Based on a True Story…,” the CMA Awards’ Album of the Year and Grammy Country Album of the Year nominee, has produced three consecutive No. 1 singles including “Mine Would Be You,” nominated for Grammy Country Song of the Year and Country Solo Performance of the Year. His current single, “Doin’ What She Likes,” is the latest single off this celebrated artists’ most successful album of his career.
“To a purist, Mr. Shelton is a savvy student of tradition. To a would-be outlaw, he’s forever adding a wink. He’s a star who is only as explicit as you want him to be,” said Jon Caramanica, The New York Times. Shelton’s passion for country music and his commitment to mentoring his teammates from “The Voice” make him an incredible ambassador for country music.
Just to clarify, there is no pt.2 album like 20/20 - there's just a series of these videos.
It happened because Teng, a Michigan-based singer-songwriter, half-jokingly told director Lawrence Chen she wanted to someday dance in a video, even though she knew she'd have to dance badly, since she didn't know how to dance. "What Lawrence latched on to me saying was, 'I've always wanted to dance in a video,' " says Teng, 35.
As Teng steps out of the bedroom scene and into the other people's lives, they — and the world — open up to her in surprising ways. And none of those ways is more surprising than what happens when she encounters the young amputee, played by Tommy Guns Ly, a 24-year-old dancer and founder of the ILL-Abilities crew, who lost his right leg to osteosarcoma as a teenager.
"We had talked about telling different stories of what it means to 'level up,' " Teng says. We thought how cool it would be if we had somebody who embodied that in his life, and Tommy was the perfect person. We were lucky to get him."
Teng funded the Level Up video via a Kickstarter campaign, asking her fans to help her raise $20,000 for the production. She ended up exceeding her goal by a factor of four. The experiment in crowd-funding took Teng completely by surprise — not only that she met her goal but that she met it so quickly.
"I launched the campaign as I was getting on a plane," she says. "It was a five-hour flight across the country. When I landed, it had been fully funded. It kind of kept going after that and became this fan game of giving fans things if we hit certain numbers." She eventually had 1,452 backers contribute $82,460, which not only funded the video but an international tour Teng has planned for 2014. "It ended up being this sort of love-letter correspondence between me and my fans."
In Level Up, which appears on Teng's album Aims, released in September, she sings: "Let your faith die, bring your wonder/Yes, you are only one/No, it is not enough/But if you lift your eyes, I am your brother." For Teng, that lyric reflects the need for acting together, even when you don't know how to solve a problem, even when you don't believe the problem can be solved.
"Humanity may let you down; you may let yourself down," Teng says. "That's not important at the end of the day. What's important is that you have a sense of possibility, that you can look around and be amazed at how far we have come, even though we have farther to go."
President Barack Obama sent Russia a clear message about its treatment of gays and lesbians with who he is -- and isn't -- sending to represent the United States at the Sochi Olympics.
Billie Jean King will be one of two openly gay athletes in the U.S. delegation for the opening and closing ceremonies, Obama announced Tuesday. For the first time since 2000, however, the U.S. will not send a president, former president, first lady or vice president to the Games.
Russia has come under fierce criticism for passing national laws banning "gay propaganda." Though the White House did not specifically address the Russian laws in making its announcement, spokesman Shin Inouye said the delegation "represents the diversity that is the United States" and that Obama "knows they will showcase to the world the best of America -- diversity, determination and teamwork."
The White House said Obama's schedule will not permit him to attend the Games.
"It's a positive sign to see openly gay representatives in the delegation," said Michael Cole-Schwartz, spokesman for the Human Rights Campaign, which recently sent a letter urging Obama to include gays and lesbians in the delegation. "Hopefully it sends a message to the Russian people and the rest of the world that the United States values the civil and human rights of LGBT people."
King said she was "deeply honored" to be named to the delegation.
"I am equally proud to stand with the members of the LGBT community in support of all athletes who will be competing in Sochi and I hope these Olympic Games will indeed be a watershed moment for the universal acceptance of all people," said King, who will attend the opening ceremony.
Hockey player Caitlin Cahow is the other openly gay representative to the delegation. She'll attend the closing ceremony.
The U.S. Olympic Committee made no comment about the sexual orientation of the delegation. In a nod to its disapproval of the law, however, the USOC recently revised its non-discrimination policy to include sexual orientation.
France and Germany are among the other countries who will not send their presidents to Sochi for the Games.
Earlier this year, Obama rejected the idea of a U.S. boycott of the Olympics despite a number of differences with Russia, including the anti-gay law.
This move, however, sends a strong signal: In 2010, vice president Joe Biden led the delegation, and in 2012, first lady Michelle Obama held the honor.
This year's group is led by former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. Others in the delegation include U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, figure skater Brian Boitano and presidential adviser Rob Nabors.
King, the iconic tennis player, might be the most recognizable face in the group.
She's a 39-time Grand Slam title winner (singles, doubles and mixed), a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and one of the most prominent advocates of equality for women in sports and society over the past several decades.
She'll attend the Olympics in a country that is creating tension for several key players because of the laws, including the International Olympic Committee, which awarded the Games to Russia.
Earlier this month, IOC president Thomas Bach said Russia would set up public protest zones in Sochi for "people who want to express their opinion or want to demonstrate for or against something."
Meanwhile, the IOC approved a letter going out to athletes reminding them to refrain from protests or political gestures during the Sochi Games -- reiterating Rule 50 of the Olympic charter, which forbids demonstrations on Olympic grounds.
Bach had previously said he'd received assurances from Russian president Vladimir Putin that gays will not be discriminated against in Sochi. But the Russian law has raised questions about what could happen to athletes who wear pins or badges or carry flags supporting gay rights.
Earlier this fall, skier Bode Miller was one of the few American athletes to speak out against the Russian law, calling it "absolutely embarrassing."
this is a big fu to russia by not sending any top officials and sending gay athletes
It’s come from more than one of her Shahs of Sunset castmates that Lilly Ghalichi does not “open up” and show her true self on the show. Well, now it’s Lilly’s time to defend herself.
When we caught up with her at the Bravo offices, we had her address the accusations herself and offer up an explanation. It makes sense to us, but see what she has to say.
She also discusses that infamous dinner with the cast when no one stood up and called her a friend. A brutal moment for anyone!
But it turns out that was an especially important moment for Lilly—one that will have big effects on the rest of this season even.
Lilly also gives us an update on her friendship with each of the Shahs, many of whom she was hurt by but still loves. See which one she “wishes she was more like”, the one who is a total “stud” and the surprising one she has “nothing bad to say about.”
Interesting! Lilly also revealed that she was encouraged by many of the castmembers to not be friends with GG when she arrived on the show, but see where they stand today.
Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi will likely be very pissed off at her Shahs of Sunset co-stars once she hears what Lilly is now claiming. Lilly claims that the rest of the group warned her about being friends with GG.
In particular, Reza and Asa called GG trash and garbage. "Everybody warned me about GG. Everybody told me not to be friends with her. Especially Reza and Asa.
They were like, 'You know If you want to associate with her, you're basically associating yourself with trash, with garbage'...I think even the word 'shit' was used by Reza," she said.
However, Lilly decided to get to know GG for herself. "Now that I've given her a chance for myself, I love her. I love everything about her," she said.
“I absolutely love Season 3. It’s pretty absolutely hectic,” Asa told EW. “There’s a lot of things that are going to be unfolding that’s really, really exciting. This season is so real and it gets more real and raw as we go on. And for me personally, a couple of extremely life-changing things happen for me.”
Asa finally launched Diamond Water, a brand of diamond-infused alkaline bottled water. “If I’m going to create something, I want to create something to better the world.” Asa hopes to one day see Diamond Water in every Whole Foods, spa, yoga studio, and more, while already having distribution interests from 10 different countries. “I want to put out positive things and just the things we need as humans, and what’s more important than water?” Nothing was as cathartic as the trip Asa took with the rest of the cast to Turkey, reuniting with members of her family for the first time in 30 years. After a chance encounter in their hotel lobby, Asa and Reza were also given the opportunity to visit the highly dangerous Iranian border.
“Literally, our cameras were confiscated. Half of it was filmed on our iPhones, but it’s all on the show. It’s crazy!” After a plane ride, two buses, and a walk, Asa recalls being told to look out for Iranian snipers on top of towers because they would potentially shoot if they saw them.
“It was a very serious situation.” Asa said the brief moment you see of the trip from the show’s trailer doesn’t even begin to describe what the entire journey was like.
Asa's in a serious relationship with Jermaine Jackson Jr., who appeared briefly on one episode of the show. And that’s exactly how Asa likes it. “My relationship is just something I keep sacred, and that’s important in this world. Some things you just keep to yourself, you keep private. I don’t need to share every aspect of my life. Jermaine is very private and doesn’t want to be on TV, and not only do I understand it, I kind of dig it this way too.”
Later in the season, Asa will try to help GG with her anger problems, “Golnesa is a nice girl and has a nice heart, but she will get triggered very easy, and I think that’s her problem”.
Season 3 of Bravo’s Shahs of Sunset has been one dramatic episode after another. And, the majority of the drama has been between Mercedes ‘MJ’ Javid and Golnesa ‘GG’ Gharachedaghi.
It all started when MJ took GG’s boyfriend Sean aside and told him that GG made out with another guy at a party. GG was not pleased that her best-friend spilled the beans about her cheating ways, and the pair have been bickering ever since.
During Shahs of Sunset most recent episode their bickering escalated to a near physical altercation. GG may have a valid reason to be upset with MJ, but she probably should have addressed her when she was sober.
MJ took to Twitter to voice her feelings about the incident. She tweeted this message to GG: “I’m not saying don’t drink, I’m saying you’re a really bad drunk.” Then she added, “Homegirl f—ed up. If you love someone, dont make out with another guy in front of 120 people.”
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The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star stuns on the cover of Seventeen magazine's annual prom issue, looking stunning in a bright teal dress and a large bow necklace, while dishing on her dream prom experience and her friendship with Jaden Smith.
"I don't have a boyfriend, but I do really want that boyfriend prom experience," the 16-year-old E! star shared. "I would want to go with someone who's not afraid, or doesn't think that he's too cool, to show up at my house with a rose corsage. It would be nice for the guy to come over and be respectful and nice while my mom takes prom pics."
While the brunette beauty may be hoping to attend prom with a beau, Jenner said she'd still be happy going with one of her best friends, such as Jaden.
omg kylie look a mess poor girl. anyway run from the scientologist diq girl
How Can Mirrors Be Real If Our Eyes Aren't Real— Jaden Smith (@officialjaden) May 2, 2013
no more ty! no more jace! hopefully 3a is better than 2b