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    Trent Reznor also discusses "utter waste of time" Grammy performance

    Nine Inch Nails' hour-long set at Austin City Limits will premiere on April 5th on PBS as a prelude to the concert series' 40th anniversary season. Filmed last November, the concert was NIN's first for Austin City Limits, and to mark the occasion, Reznor reportedly told the crowd,"We didn't want to make ACL a NIN show. We wanted to be out of our element."

    During a Reddit AMA, Reznor elaborated, saying: "I have a lot of respect for ACL and I wanted us to be a guest on THEIR show, not to convert their show into our concert. It was unusual to perform in that environment, and ended up being one of the best shows I think we played." If you miss the April 5th broadcast, you'll be able to catch the full episode online after it airs. Nine Inch Nails' set will also air again when Austin City Limits' 40th season kicks off this fall.

    The group recently helped close the 2014 Grammy Awards, taking the stage with Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Grohl and Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham, though Reznor had some choice words for the Awards and CBS after their finale was cut short. In a new interview with New Zealand's 3 News, Reznor called the performance "an utter waste of time," before detailing his reservations about performing at the Grammys in the first place.

    "I can look now and say I should have expected something like that, you know?" Reznor added. "But, more than anything, it was just insulting. I invite my friend Lindsay Buckingham to come up on stage and it's just 'You know what, you've invited me into this place, fuck you. Fuck you guys,' you know? So, lesson learned."

    Amidst NIN's busy schedule, Reznor has still found time to indulge in other projects: As Beats Music's chief creative officer, he helped design the recently launched Beats Music streaming service, and director David Fincher has tapped the musician and his longtime collaborator Atticus Ross to score the upcoming film, Gone Girl.

    After a sprawling North American tour last year that found a revamped NIN hitting festivals and arenas, the group is now trekking across Japan with dates in Australia, Latin America and Europe scheduled for spring and early summer. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Reznor said that NIN will take any spare time on their upcoming tour to work on a new recording project and that new music could see release this fall.


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    Earlier this week, Michael B. Jordan was (mostly) confirmed as one of the new "Fantastic Four" over at Fox. And so, while Latino Review are reporting that the actor has met with Zack Snyder for a potential role in "Batman Vs. Superman," we don't see it happening for the simple reason that Fox won't want their "Fantastic Four" lead popping up in a rival franchise. But that's not the important part of this rumor.

    According to the site, it's a for a recurring role, one that will feature more prominently in later DC Comics films. Given that Jordan is African-American, that is leading to some speculation that the role could be that of John Stewart/Green Lantern or Victor Stone/Cyborg, but of course that's a presumption. The DC universe is large, and let's hope that casting is not just sticking to the skin color from the comics to fill in the numerous roles. Jordan as Dick Grayson would be an interesting idea, or even as The Flash who has long been rumored to pop up in the "Man Of Steel" sequel.

    All this said, what seems to be clear is Warner Bros. and DC Comics are aiming to expand their cinematic universe quickly, even if just in cameos for now. But with someone like Jordan being mentioned, the hope seems to be landing names that could carry their own movies down the line. Again, this is all speculation and nothing is official until WB says so. And it should be noted, that for all the rumors, WB has been remarkable at keeping things secret—no one predicted Jesse Eisenberg or Jeremy Irons would be cast, or that Lex Luthor as a character would be so young.

    And moreover, there's all kinds of time for WB to plot their moves as "Batman Vs. Superman" isn't due in theaters until May 6, 2016.


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    Jesse Eisenberg, the fast-talking, nerdtastic actor from The Social Network who is Mark Zuckerberg as far as I’m concerned, will be publishing a collection of his short stories in 2015. Eisenberg has already written two plays, Asuncion and The Revisionist, the latter of which was performed on Broadway by Eisenberg and Vanessa Redgrave.

    This isn’t a James Franco situation where he’s trying to pass off his snapchats as performance art (lol). Eisenberg is truly a talented writer. The story collection will included previously published pieces from The New Yorker and McSweeney’s, as well as new stuff. For a taste of his work, check out his column in McSweeney’s called “Bream Gives Me Hiccups: Restaurant Reviews from a Privileged Nine-Year-Old,” which is written from a little boy’s perspective as he’s dragged around Los Angeles by his mother who bills all their meals to her ex-husband. Hilarious and poignant.


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    Snooki is plumping up again ... but not 'cause she's eating too much -- the "Jersey Shore" store is having another baby!

    Snooks is reportedly a few months pregnant but is keeping things under wraps so it doesn't torpedo some lucrative appearances she has lined up -- according to Page Six.

    Sources close to the couple told TMZ a similar story this week ... but we got radio silence from her camp.

    Great timing ... Snooki just penned a book called "Baby Bumps" about her first pregnancy in 2012.


    Aww, I'm excited for her. She's planning a wedding and pregnant at the same time as Jwoww.

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    With characters like the murderous Lizzie Borden, a family tale of incest in Flowers in the Attic and now the new Facebook murder-mystery Status: Unknown, Lifetime is taking women’s programming to the edge — but is it paying off?

    In July 2013, Lifetime Television posted these incredible stats about their increase in ratings on their parent network's website, A& “Network posts +10% Jump among Total Viewers and Adults 25-54, +9% Growth with Women 25-54; and +3% in Adults 18-49.”
    Clearly, their market share is growing fast.

    So how is the women-focused network able keep expanding viewership? We spoke with Vanessa Parise, director of the upcoming original Lifetime movie Status: Unknown, to find out why violent and taboo stories are so popular with women.

    "I’d say we all, not just women, are excited by these types of stories, partly for the sheer entertainment value. These stories inherently have flawed characters, intense energy, deep conflict and high stakes — all necessary ingredients for a great film," said Parise.
    But in Lizzie Borden Took an Ax, Lizzie (Christina Ricci) gruesomely chopped up her parents — something you wouldn't think would be relatable for modern women.

    "Perhaps women particularly relate because most of us can recall some moment in our lives when we felt like we were in danger, sexual or otherwise. It’s that 'what could have happened' thing. Even the network TV shows are now much more edgy and dark, perhaps for the same reasons," she said.

    "Status: Unknown is a fresh, contemporary story that looks at the use — or overuse — of social media in our lives. The main character, Jessica (Stacey Oristano), has stayed connected to her high school friend Karen (Stephanie Honore) through a Facebook-like portal. Apparently, Jessica discovers discrepancies on Karen’s status page that lead her to have suspicions about her friend’s welfare.

    "The deeper she digs, the more she obsesses, and on Facebook, the levels are infinite," said Parise, adding, "Jessica is forced to detach herself from her online existence, where she has grown comfortable hiding from the world." Facebook addicts, beware this cautionary tale!
    Vanessa Parise is currently prepping to direct another thriller for Lifetime called The Lighthouse.

    Status: Unknown premieres tonight, 8 EST/7 CST

    Lifetime movie viewing post, anyone?

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    Source: Well, youtube

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    Interview highlights,
    • Sirens EP will have 5 tracks, 3 originals and 2 remixes.
    • Seashells Predator Remix, and Little White Lies remix
    • She drives a Fiat 500
    • EP comes out end of April
    • Seashells mv comes out in couple weeks
    • Other videos follow 3 weeks apart
    • Album IS coming
    • London gig to coincide with EP release
    • Seashells is maj diff
    • Album has eclectic mix of her past and present sound

    omw I am feeling Seashells #YES!

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    The book, subtitled The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line, features 28-year-old Veronica Mars, back in action after the events of Veronica Mars: The Movie. With the help of old friends — ex-boyfriend Logan Echolls, Cindy “Mac” Mackenzie, Wallace Fennel, and even Dick Casablancas — Veronica is ready to take on Neptune’s darkest cases.
    The book can be pre-ordered now before it’s available March 25. Veronica Mars: The Movie opens in theaters March 14.

    I don't think it's been mentioned yet, but Kristen Bell will be narrating the audio book. :)
    The description was made prior to the movie being made, so try not to worry about the ex part or the lack of Weevil. :)

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    Hempstead Wright plays the crippled Bran Stark in the hit HBO fantasy series and Nairn is his hulking, seven-foot-tall bodyguard who has the unenviable acting job of schlepping the boy around. Except he’s not so much a child anymore.
    Hempstead Wright was turning 11 when he first started the show (Season 4 debuts April 6 at 9 p.m. on HBO Canada). He will be 15 this April.

    “There are all sorts of lawyers involved in this,” jokes Nairn about receiving workmen’s compensation for constantly piggybacking the teen actor. “The last season just about killed me.”

    Hempstead Wright says producers have tried to get around the issue by providing the growing Bran with a cart.

    “Yes, but it’s still a Hodor-driven cart,” says Nairn, referring to his character.

    “On your knees!” laughs Hempstead Wright.

    “Yeah, I’m just your little pet pony,” mutters Nairn.

    The two actors were in Toronto to promote the Season 3 DVD boxed set, released Feb. 18. Later that day, the duo were the special guests at a hot ticket, invite-only party at a former downtown Toronto church decorated to look like the infamous Red Wedding scene, where many key Game of Thrones characters were killed off (spoiler alert!).

    At the event, there was even a life-size replica of the Iron Throne. Hempstead Wright sat in it with a grin, wearing a plastic crown provided for the occasion.

    “You’re looking awfully comfortable,” said his mother from the sidelines.

    This was Hempstead Wright’s first visit to Toronto and his mum had come to make it a bit of a vacation, including seeing Niagara Falls and taking in a basketball game.

    Nairn was most recently in Toronto six months earlier working a gig for his main job as a well-known U.K. DJ.

    In person, Nairn seems even larger than onscreen, if that’s possible. His young colleague, the unfailingly polite Hempstead Wright, meanwhile, gives analytical, thoughtful answers belying his years.
    “Bran isn’t the most glamorous character in the sense that he is handicapped. He doesn’t have a sword or goes into battle. But he’s a complex character because he is someone who has lost everything, his legs, his family and he is trying to regain his sense of self,” says Hempstead Wright.

    Bran Stark lost more family in the Red Wedding, which has been recreated in over-the-top fashion this night in Toronto, complete with minstrels and a sword fight.

    “The Red Wedding was tough to watch because you’ve been with these people for three or four years,” says Hempstead Wright. “To see them slaughtered like that was devastating, even though you already know what’s happening.”

    The scene was so grisly that Nairn says he didn’t watch the whole thing till months later.

    “It was just so sad to see stuff like that happen to your friends. Obviously they are characters, but it means we aren’t going to be acting with them anymore. It’s very sad,” he says in the thick Irish brogue that viewers never get to hear. That’s mostly because Hodor can only say one word and that’s “Hodor.”

    Despite the limited vocabulary, the gentle giant is perhaps the most beloved Game of Thrones character.

    “The Internet loves a good meme and Hodor is the god of memes because you can make him be anything, or read what you want into him,” laughs Nairn. “Also, he’s a nice guy. There are nice guys on other shows, but on this show there is just about nobody else that is so completely utterly nice. Unlike everyone else on the show he has no agenda whatsoever. And that makes him stand out in a world that’s evil.”

    Nairn’s rehearsal to get the coveted part of Hodor wasn’t that extensive, he admits. He videotaped himself picking up and throwing around pieces of mahogany furniture.

    “The producer just wanted to see if I could lift stuff.”

    There is a lot more heavy lifting in Season 4 for both actors.

    The two get much more in the thick of the action, says Hempstead Wright.

    “In seasons 1 and 2 I’m pretty much stationary because of my legs,” he says. (Bran had a fall, which crippled him in Season 1). “In Season 4 we see him really arrive at where he has to be and action-wise things really move along.”

    Of course, there is the reality that more characters and friends will be killed off. The two agree it is perhaps the most difficult thing to deal with on a set where bonds are made.

    “The loss is hard, but we also gain characters, so it keeps the show fresh,” says Hempstead Wright. “We keep changing stock. Like a bowl of fruit, we just change the grapes. But it’s tough when you’re attached to those grapes.”


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    Costume Designer Michele Clapton recently spoke with Vanity Fair about the glamorous fashion of Westeros. In this new interview Clapton explains that her experience in modern design has helped in creating the many intricate looks for Game of Thrones. Clapton also goes into detail about one of the most anticipated costumes for Season 4, Margaery’s wedding gown, and recounts that one dress in Season 2 that raised a few eyebrows.

    On where she looks for inspiration and how she approaches the many families of Westeros: “I look at contemporary fashion and art, it’s a two way street. I sometimes see each city as [a] collection. I used to work in fashion many years ago. I’m glad I don’t now, but it is, of course, an influence still.”

    On Margaery’s Season 4 wedding gown: “I’m pretty pleased with Margaery’s dress . . . it took weeks . . . months even, with all the roses and embroidery, and the bias cut was hard to achieve with the cutaway elements that are essential for her style . . . I wanted it to be pretty, but on closer inspection, strong and to tell the story of her ambition . . . the crowns particularly tell this.”

    On that very memorable dress we met Margaery in at the beginning of Season 2: “Margaery’s funnel dress was obviously an homage to the wonderful Alexander McQueen’s costume for Bjork. It just felt right that this young ambitious girl would be experimenting with shapes, honing her style skills which we now see her employing to great effect. It was a risk and divided the audience.”

    On seeing her influence on the runway: “Of course it was flattering to be referenced, but that’s what fashion does, and then it moves on. I did try to borrow a dress for the Emmys from the designers mentioned, but they said no. Thanks a lot!”


    What do you think of Margaery's wedding dress? Personally I think that the entire look is TACKY AS FUCK which is PERFECT for the Tyrells because they're tacky wannabe Lannisters.

    Whose costumes do you like the best on the show? Dany and Cersei's dresses imo>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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    At first glance, Katy Perry’s latest music video, the Egypt-themed fantasy “Dark Horse,” seems to bear little resemblance to actual Egyptian history — but you might want to look twice. The clip’s director says there’s good reason for the Egyptian references, and prominent Egyptologists say that reason is good enough for them.

    “[Perry] said that there’s actually a place in Egypt called Memphis, and she thought it was so interesting that Juicy J is from Memphis, Tenn.,” explains director Mathew Cullen. “She basically came to me and said, ‘I want to do something Egyptian and I want to combine it with Memphis hip-hop.’ That’s music to my ears — when an artist has a couple concepts that they want to mash up to create something fresh.”

    Cullen says that while there was no on-site Egyptologist involved in the Los Angeles video shoot, they researched the period online to better “respect the symbolism” while having fun. Though Perry has been criticized for appropriating the symbols and images of other cultures — and has been under attack for “Dark Horse” for the same reasons — Cullen says he believes that while it’s dangerous to rip things directly from modern cultures without adding anything to them, ancient Egypt is part of what he calls our “shared collective mythology.”

    “We’re only here because we build on the stories of every human being since the beginning of mankind,” he says. “The most important thing is that when you create something, and this is actually something Katy and I worked to do — you bring a new spin to it.”

    And as it so happens, Perry and Cullen (who also directed the “California Gurls” video) did a pretty good job building on those stories.

    Full disclosure: when I called up some Egyptologists to ask them about Katy Perry, I was fully expecting them to trash the video. The inaccuracies in her similarly-themed performance of the song at the Brits have already been pointed out, and fans who are sticklers for history were turned off the video. But the reality was very different.

    “I find this really very wonderful, but I’m willing to bend my formal standards,” says Robert K. Ritner, Professor of Egyptology at the University of Chicago. “Whoever put this together actually knew something about the myth of Cleopatra. There are a number of features in here that I could use in class.”

    Here are some of those points that get a hearty thumbs up, courtesy of Ritner and David P. Silverman, Professor of Egyptology at the University of Pennsylvania and Curator of Penn Museum’s Egyptian Section:

    1. The turquoise color seen in Perry’s make-up was used in Ancient Egypt; they often used colors inspired by nature, like the sky and water. Sealed tombs preserved the colors of their paintings, so historians can still tell what things would have looked like at the time.

    2. Queens like Cleopatra really did have significant power — and, though it didn’t include the lightning-bolt-style magic that’s seen in the video, there was a belief in divine royalty.

    3. The lyric about Aphrodite and Perry’s Greek-style dress have been called out by picky fans, but actually, they make perfect sense: Cleopatra wasn’t properly Egyptian; rather, she was descended from a Macedonian-Greek line, and her culture mixed Hellenic and Egyptian elements. In fact, Aphrodite is the analog to the Egyptian goddess Isis, who is represented by Perry’s winged ascent in the video.

    4. The “walk like an Egyptian” pose does have a reference point in ancient paintings. The artists didn’t use foreshortening, so the iconic pose was a Cubist-like attempt to portray three-dimensional people by showing them from different angles. It was not, however, a dance.

    5. The paintings on the wall behind Perry when she’s on the throne are clearly based on real tomb paintings.

    6. The scene with Perry and the snakes suggests a reference to Cleopatra’s suicide via asps. At the time of her death, Cleopatra was dressed as Isis, which also loops back to Perry growing wings in the video.

    7. The fan/monocle object Perry holds up shows the symbol of the Eye of Horus, a symbol of health and stability. (It has nothing to do with the Illuminati: “The many discussions of the Illuminati are nonsense,” says Ritner. Rather, the masonic imagery associated with the Illuminati is drawn from Egyptian imagery.)

    8. The cat references and the scene with Boo the dog may reference Roman anti-Cleopatra propaganda, which implied that she made Marc Antony her lap dog.

    9. Cullen and Perry even succeeded without trying: though Cullen says this wasn’t on purpose, Ritner sees a link between Perry getting a diamond grill to a myth that Cleopatra once dissolved a giant pearl in wine to demonstrate her wealth.

    And even the parts that aren’t accurate at all — the Twinkies, for example — aren’t problematic. If Katy Perry fans do a little research about Ancient Egypt, they’ll follow a long line of people whose interest was sparked by Egypt-inspired pop-culture — from Boris Karloff’s mummy to Brendan Fraser’s, and from Betty Boop’s Cleopatra to Elizabeth Taylor’s.

    “[Egypt has] always been a part of popular culture,” says Silverman. “It encourages people to think of these things, and some of those people actually begin to learn a lot.”

    she really can do no wrong this era lol QUEEN OF POP & HISTORY

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    Punters have been betting on Doncaster boy band sensation Louis Tomlinson to get injured during his Doncaster Rovers debut next week.

    The Bessacarr One Direction star is due to pull on the red and white hoops in a reserve game against Rotherham United at the Keepmoat Stadium on Wednesday night.

    But punters have been flocking to pile money on the star leaving the pitch injured - with some bookies offering odds as generous as 40-1 in the match ending in disaster for the singer.

    It comes after the star was forced to cancel his appearance in an earlier Rovers’ reserve fixture against Scunthorpe United after he was injured in a tackle by Aston Villa ace Gabriel Agbonlahor at a charity game in Celtic last autumn.

    The boy band hunk was forced to hobble off the pitch following the challenge and ended up vomiting in the full glare of the cameras.

    Bookmakers are offering a string of bets for the game which will kick off at 7pm

    He is 16-1 to score first and 9-2 to score during the game.

    Other offers include 3-1 he will remove his shirt after scoring a goal, 16-1 on him bagging a hat-trick, 66-1 on getting sent off and 12-1 to score an own goal.

    More obscure bets included being sick on the pitch (75-1), Simon Cowell presenting him with the man of the match award (10-1), playing in a Premier League game before the end of 2015 at 1000-1 and 5000-1 on playing in the 2018 World Cup.


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    In recent years dramatic features like Martha Marcy May Marlene and Kill List, and even documentaries like The Source Family, have seemed to have started a movement that has brought the subject of cult to the forefront of movie thrillers. Perhaps the zombie craze and the vampire craze are finally over, and the next big thing is going to be films of all sorts that tap into the fringe groups of the late 60s and early 70s for inspiration. If we get a misguided movie aimed at tweens where a bookish young girl comes out of her shell after starting an unlikely romance with her school’s dreamy Charles Manson-type, we’ll know we’ve stumbled into a full-on trend.

    Before the movement can reach its mainstream peak, however, we’ve probably still got some room for a couple more artistically-driven filmmakers to make a couple more legitimately creepy movies about cults, and to that end modern horror master Ti West (The House of the Devil, The Innkeepers) is getting ready to release his next feature, The Sacrament.

    It’s a found-footage affair about a group of documentarians visiting a cult called Eden Parish, and getting more than they bargained for. Click through to get a glimpse of the carnage, but be warned, the red-band before this trailer only seems to be there because of a little bit of blood and destruction, so don’t expect anything too gruesome to be given away.

    For fans of indie horror, yes, the actors appearing here are AJ Bowen, Amy Seimetz, and Joe Swanberg, who all worked together on You’re Next and in different combinations on a number of other things you probably know. And for the eagle-eyed, yes, the guy who’s playing the cult leader here is also the same guy who played the elderly gas station owner so memorably in No Country For Old Men. His name is Gene Jones, and it seems like he’s something of a badass.

    It’s true that found footage horror isn’t really the most beloved genre for most film fans, but it would seem like this one will be separated above the rabble a bit by strong acting, and from the tone this trailer takes, one can assume that the film will also benefit by sticking to the slow-burn style of storytelling that has made West’s other films not only feel like throwbacks to the golden age of horror, but that has also just made them really effective movies. Making audiences squirm is more about building their anticipation that they’re going to see something horrific than it is about actually showing them something horrific. Every new movie that comes along that gets that always ends up feeling like a breath of fresh air.

    The Sacrament is set to get a VOD release on May 1 and then start appearing in theaters on June 6. Here’s a new poster that’s been made to promote the film, if you happen to be a poster person.

    Watch the trailer here:


    I went to the NYC screening last night and thought the movie was unsettling and really well-done. The trailer gives a little too much away IMO...

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    It appears Disney/Marvel is holding out on three new character posters for the the Captain America sequel, featuring Cap, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, as they've been spotted at a local theater.


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    Behind the scenes footage of Tom's famous Comicon appearance with an explanation from producers Kevin Feige and Craig Kyle on how that came to be.

    Thor: The Dark World Featurette - Loki: The God of Mischief from Tiffani on Vimeo.

    Image and video hosting by TinyPic


    Was anyone there that day? What was it like to be in the audience?

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    Actress Garcelle Beauvais thinks Beyonce can be sexy without “everything showing out grinding.”
    In a recent interview published on the Hello Beautiful blog, the actress, best known for her roles on “The Jamie Foxx Show” and ”Family Matters,” shared her opinion on what it is like to be a sex symbol in Hollywood.
    “For me, you’re obviously flattered when someone calls you sexy or thinks you’re sexy,” she said. “I think that’s great. But, for me now, there’s so many ways to be sexy without being overt about it. I think you can wear a great short dress, but if you have long sleeves and you’re only showing leg.”
    Beauvais said that she wants to remain sexy as she ages, but she will do it in a classy manner.
    “I love Beyonce. I love her,” said the 47-year-old actress. “I think she’s beautiful and talented. But I think there has to be a fine line where you have to take responsibility for what you do. I think it’s good to be sexy, but sexy can come across in so many different ways. It doesn’t have to be everything showing out grinding, all of the time.”
    Beyonce recently donned a revealing costume while performing “Drunk In Love” at the Grammy Awards with husband Jay Z.


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    Jennifer Lawrence and co. will have reason to celebrate, as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has now taken a whopping $423.6 million at the domestic box office; passing Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest to make it the 10th highest grossing movie ever. The Hunger Games made $408 million back in 2012, so this marks the first and only time that the first two installments of a franchise have both grossed over $400 million. In addition to its domestic haul, Catching Fire has grossed an estimated $439.4 million at the international box office for a worldwide total of $863 million. Can Mockingjay parts 1 and 2 outperform their predecessors?

    chart source

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    This photo could be on a game show under the category "Before they Were Famous" and stump even the most devoted fans.

    January Jones looks almost unrecognizable in what appears to be a school picture-day photo that the actress posted to Instagram on Saturday.

    The Mad Men star's naturally blonde locks are chopped short into a spiky do, which is offset by a multi-colored collared shirt. The look is decidedly very '80s and pretty adorable.

    Jones, now 36, pokes fun at the photo, but has affection for her grade-school self. "#nofilter #obviously #ilovemy9yroldself,"she says in the caption.

    The former model then posted a follow-up selfie and added, "25yrs later, my eyes are more open but less sweet."


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    Hilary Duff & Marcus Francis with Haylie Duff Bday Swarmed by fans at Miley Cyrus Bangerz Tour LA, fans shoved their way to get a picture of the starlet as they put their phones in her face to take a snapshot. Hilary and Marcus quickly tried to make their way to the partybus from all the madness.

    Hilary Duff & Marcus Francis with Haylie Duff Swarmed by fans leaving the Miley Cyrus Bangerz Tour LA

    More Videos:

    Arriving to the show with her "hot date" hairstylist Marcus Francis

    Instagrams from the show

    #bangerzbangerz #lol @mileycyrus @marcusrfrancis #photobomb by @brittanydier

    Fringe on fringe on fringe on fringe

    From Haylie's twitter

    It's @MileyCyrus ya'll!! @HilaryDuff @DonatienneLA @MarcusRFrancis @BDier @JamieLSigler @lgmargolis @efosta


    and people try to say ha star power is gone... the video is nuts btw but she maintains her composure.

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