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- 02/24/14--19:29: Watch Arcade Fire Perform 'Afterlife' on 'Jimmy Fallon'
- 02/24/14--19:29: Seth Meyers Launches His Late Night: Review of the First Show
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It looks like "Boys" is the second single from Sky Ferreira's critically acclaimed 2013 album Night Time, My Time. The track, produced by Ariel Rechtshaid and co-written by Ferreira, Rechtshaid, and Justin Raisen, follows first single "You're Not the One," which was released amidst a media firestorm involving Ferreira and boyfriend Zachary Cole Smith (of DIIV fame) in September. Ferreira is in a much better place this time around - she's currently supporting Miley Cyrus on her much-talked about Bangerz Tour, and is set to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live this Wednesday, February 26.
Director Grant Singer, who has collaborated on Ferreira on the majority of her music videos for both Night Time, My Time and 2012's Ghost EP, hinted at the single's accompanying video in a recent interview with IMVDb:
"Yeah, we're working on something right now. Definitely the most elaborate thing we've done together. And unexpected."
Leighton Meester for Nelly – Wooh! This year Nelly.com is celebrating 10 years of Fashion and the birthday celebrations start with Nelly’s biggest campaign ever, fronted by the most stunning hollywood star Leighton Meester also known as Blair from Gossip Girl. Leighton picked her favourite pieces from Nelly’s spring 2014 collection and created these super cute OOTD’s!
Leighton says: “I’ve had a great time working with Nelly.com on this campaign, which celebrates their 10 year anniversary. I feel that the clothes I picked for this campaign really reflects my personality, they are young, fun and carefree”.
What are you working on next?
The Broadway production of “Of Mice and Men”. I’m very excited about it.
What would you do if you were not an actress?
I would have loved to be a therapist. The human mind really fascinates me.
Who is your role model and why?
The American writer Betty Friedan- she fought for gender equality and wrote the great book “The Feminine Mystique” which sparked the beginning of a second-wave feminism. (Relieved she didn't say Ayn Rand, TBH)
So do you consider yourself a feminist?
Sure. I believe in equal rights for men and women. (And there it is. Love that she got right to the point and was so matter-of-fact.)
What is your tips to young girls who want to succeed?
Read and fight for an education.
What are you most proud of and why?
My family and group of friends are my passion, I trust them and feel mutual love and support at all times and I try to always be there for them. My second passion is my work, I’m happy when I’m working. Though this Nelly shoot does even feel like work, it’s just fun!
What is your favorite place on earth?
Home, specifically on my couch haha!
What’s on top of your bucket list?
My only wish is to spend more time with friends and family and relax at home more. That’s what makes me most balanced and happy.
What is your perfect night out?
I love going out to dinner with loved ones. We get sushi, Mexican, Indian. I’m a real food-lover.
What’s your relationship with fashion?
It’s personal and a statement of who you are. To me fashion has always been a snapshot of where I am in time and my style has changed a lot over the years. Right now I’m in a comfortable phase where I’ve gotten more relaxed about being put together. It comes with living in LA where the style is very casual so I actually wear a lot of skinny jeans and tees. When working in NYC it feels natural to wear more heels and dresses.
Do you have a style icon?
I love Catherine Deneuve and Brigitte Bardot. They’re one-of-a-kind women, comfortable with their bodies, sexy and still sophisticated. I think you can pull of any look if you’re confident and comfortable in your skin.
Where do you find style inspiration?
Movies, books, travel, -life really.
What are your thoughts on the Nelly collaboration?
Nelly.com describes their girl as young, fun and confident so I’m really flattered to be considered a Nelly girl! It was a no-brainer to do this collaboration as the clothes are really flattering and things that I would wear myself. Making it even better, I got to pick the looks out myself so it’s only things that I feel comfortable and confident wearing.
Do you have a life saver wardrobe piece?
I feel I can never go wrong with a black dress with an accentuated waist. A hat, wool or cashmere for when it’s cold, straw for hot is another favorite.
What’s your top three beauty advise?
Stick to the basics: Hydrate, sleep and use sunscreen.
Your can’t live without beauty product?
Sunscreen! I grew up in Florida and now I live in California where the sun always shines so I got the habit of always putting it on.
How do you stay in shape?
Doing Pilates, hiking, swimming, riding my bike, walking when possible, eating moderately healthy, and getting enough rest.
How do you get ready for the red carpet?
I’m really low maintenance; I just take a shower and eat a good meal. Then start with hair and makeup.
Do you have any guilty pleasures?
Laying on the couch and watching episode after episode of series like Orange is the new black or Breaking Bad. And eating a lot of sweets, but that doesn’t really make me feel guilty haha!
Mods - a preview of her campaign was posted, but not the official pictures, video or interview, which debuted today.
What have you hauled for spring, ONTD?
Bethenny Frankel's daytime talk show was canceled after one season, but the former Real Housewives of New York star isn't exactly distraught about it.
Sure, there are things connected to Bethenny ending that make her sad—mainly having to tell the staff and crew"that they were out of a job although they know it is part of the career path they have chosen" and being able to connect with women.
But ultimately, Frankel felt "relieved" to hear that her show was taken off the air. But why did she feel that way? She explains through an open letter published on her website.
"Unlike my time on Bravo, I felt a bit diluted, filtered and somewhat constricted. I am a free spirit. My late father (a horse trainer) used to say 'She is a mustang. You need to let her run,'" she wrote.
"I am more comfortable in my natural surroundings and in a setting where I'm surrounded by crazy, where anything goes and where I can be authentically me. When interviewed about the show, I always said that it could only work if I was true to myself and only if it was genuinely a good fit and marriage which it turned out not to be."
She continued,"So to answer how I feel, I am relieved. What I really want right now is to be with my daughter, to do yoga, to focus on Skinnygirl and my writing, and to give myself a break. I have been striving and climbing and white-knuckling for so long that I need a rest from the grind. I'm a little over myself and wouldn't blame anyone else for being over me as well."
"I had a blast doing this show with Telepictures," Frankel said in a statement on Feb. 14. "My entire staff worked so hard and mad every day so much fun. I am thankful for the experience and for all my fans who tuned in every day."
A source told E! News that the businesswoman is "bummed out" that Bethenny has reached the end of its run. "She loved doing the show. But at the same time, it's a blessing in disguise," the source said."She has so many other projects to work on. She's focused on continuing to build her brand and making it bigger and better than ever."
I doubt she's relieved...shes probably raging inside
A Parenthood fave is making her way back to the NBC drama after a lengthy absence.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Sarah Ramos is set to reprise her role as Adam and Kristina’s eldest daughter Haddie later this season.
Ramos was taken off contract at Parenthood at the end of the show’s third season as her character transitioned to college, although Haddie recurred throughout Season 4 to lend support to her cancer-stricken mom. Her one-episode comeback in the Season 5 finale will mark her first appearance in a year.
Back in September, P’hood boss Jason Katims left the door open for a Ramos return. “It’s always a question of finding the right story combined with Sarah’s availability,” he told TVLine. “We sort of dealt with this a lot starting on Friday Night Lights, where so many of our characters wound up graduating from high school and sort of leaving the show, and sometimes coming back for either one or a series of episodes, or sometimes a lot of episodes.”
"JUST LIKE AT HOME"
02/27/2014 (10:00PM - 11:00PM) (Thursday) : FAMILY ALWAYS COMES FIRST FOR THE BRAVERMAN'S [sic]- Julia (Erika Christensen) leans on her siblings for support during this trying time with Joel (Sam Jaeger). Jasmine (Joy Bryant) and Crosby (Dax Shepard) move in with Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) and Camille (Bonnie Bedelia) while their house is under repair. Meanwhile, Drew (Miles Heizer) confides in Amber (Mae Whitman) for advice on girls. Also starring: Lauren Graham, Peter Krause, Monica Potter, Max Burkholder, Savannah Rae Paige, Tyree Brown, Ray Romano
"THE ENCHANTING MR. KNIGHT"
03/06/2014 (10:00PM - 11:00PM) (Thursday) : MOVING ON CAN BE HARD TO DO- Kristina (Monica Potter) goes in for a checkup, but that doesn't stop her from starting a new adventure. Amber (Mae Whitman) encourages Drew (Miles Heizer) to move on from his past, while Julia (Erika Christensen) struggles to let go of hers. Sarah (Lauren Graham) gets an appealing offer from Carl (Josh Stamberg), but decides her work is more important. Hank (Ray Romano) admits that feelings are still lingering for an old relationship. Also starring: Peter Krause, Dax Shepard, Sam Jaeger, Joy Bryant, Craig T. Nelson, Bonnie Bedelia, Max Burkholder, Tyree Brown, Xolo Mariduna, Savannah Paige Rae TV-PG D
03/13/2014 (10:00PM - 11:00PM) (Thursday) : FAMILY VALUES COLLIDE AND TEMPERS FLARE- Jasmine (Joy Bryant) and Crosby (Dax Shepard) disagree over a crucial point in Aida's upbringing. Julia (Erika Christensen) finds out some unsettling news about Joel (Sam Jaeger), but then is pleasantly surprised by his final decision. Sarah (Lauren Graham) and Hank (Ray Romano) continue to work together, but Max (Max Burkholder) is interrupting their flow, which causes Kristina (Monica Potter) and Adam (Peter Krause) to intervene. Also starring: Mae Whitman, Craig T. Nelson, Bonnie Bedelia, Miles Heizer, Savannah Paige Rae, Xolo Mariduena, Tyree Brown TV-14 L
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Whether you’re a fan or have never seen an episode, this is the perfect catch-up on Don Draper’s journey. Mad Men Season 7 premieres Sun., April 13 at 10/9c.
I hate/don't understand this season 7 being split into two parts crap.
Earlier this week, Jimmy Fallon loaded up a week's worth of musical guests and surprises in one episode for his Tonight Show debut. Thursday night, Arcade Fire stopped by to add to Fallon's presumed goal of getting the biggest bands in the world all on his stage as soon as possible.
The Unforgettable Fire: Can Arcade Fire Be the World's Biggest Band?
The Montreal band performed "Afterlife" from last year's Reflektor, with frontman Win Butler opening the performance in video selfie mode before performing in the middle of the crowd.
After welcoming U2, Lady Gaga and Tim McGraw for his opening week, Fallon will reunite with frequent collaborator Justin Timberlake for Friday's show.
His first 12:35 show is a little newsy, a little self-deprecating--and just possibly, a little more traditional than Jimmy Fallon's Tonight.
Maybe the most unusual thing about Seth Meyers‘ debut as Late Night host, which taped at 30 Rock In New York Monday evening, was how ununusual it was. David Letterman began the show as a new thing under the sun (or rather the moon). Conan O’Brien took over as a complete unknown. Jimmy Fallon was known from Saturday Night Live but took the show in a new direction–more joyous, less acerbic.
And Meyers – Meyers is making the same transition as Fallon did, something he nodded at by opening his first show with a riff on Fallon’s “Thank You Notes” bit, thanking Fallon for turning over the show and promising to use it “only for completely original comedy pieces ... starting now.” Nor was he radically changing the format of the talk show, a fact he also joked about: “I’m gonna shake stuff up and open this thing with a monologue!”
The monologue was the sharpest part of Meyers’ first hour on the air (a departure from Fallon, whose monologue has never been his strength)–brisk, punctuated with self-deprecation (“Our first sorta bomb!,” he said, mock-delightedly, after one flat landing), and wide-rangingly topical. He riffed off Taco Bell’s new plan to serve breakfast (“perfect for those occasions when you wake up drunk”) and a proposed Georgia law to allow guns in church (“I believe it was Jesus who said: Everybody on the floor, put your wallets in this bag!”).
You’d expect that from Meyers, given that Weekend Update is essentially a monologue in tag-team form. But he also told a charming personal story about being stuck on a weekend getaway with his wife, their small dog, and a car whose flat tire he was unable to fix, a story that played off his bookish nerd image: “It’s hard to feel macho holding a tiny dog while another man changes your wife’s tire.” And his banter with the deadpan Fred Armisen, leading Meyers’ band, suggested his former SNL castmate could have a substantial comedy role in the show going ahead.
Beyond that, if Meyers is planning some departures for the show–he’s talked, for instance, about doing sketch bits with characters–we’ll have to wait for them. (Also: no Stefon yet, sorry.) He introduced a desk bit, “Venn Diagrams”; he had on his old SNL pal Amy Poehler on, as promised, for an easy chat as his first guest. (“I have watched you for 13 years pretend to listen to people,” she told him.)
Meyers’ big booking coup was Vice President Joe Biden, a choice of celebrity that may suggest a Late Night a little newsier than its older versions–though Meyers kept the interview largely on trains, airports, and Biden’s jovial pointing at the State of the Union (“If there were an NRA for finger guns, you’d be the president”).
The distinguishing thing about the first night of Seth Meyers, in other words, was Seth Meyers, and the hour dropped little hints about how his personality and interests might shape the show. If Jimmy Fallon was (and is) your guitar-playing camp counselor, Seth Meyers is a little more like your wisecracking grad-student T.A. But the important caveat applies: no one’s talk show is, on its first night, what it will become. Fallon’s first outing in 2009 debuted “Slow Jamming the News,” but barely hinted at the celebrity stunts and musical productions that would become its hallmark.
But for now, Meyers’ show is, well, a talk show, focused on the basics of jokes, personality, and banter. If we’ve entered an era when Late Night at 12:35 might be a more traditional talk show than Tonight at 11:35, that will be the biggest change of all.
Planning to stick around after Jimmy to watch Seth's first show?
Ciara Without Makeup — Beautiful Pregnant Selfie
Ciara showed that she is beautiful with or without makeup by uploading a bare faced picture to the photo site! She’s glowing so much you hardly notice she hasn’t been touched up! The singer took a snapshot without a trace of makeup in sight.
Sources say she’s about seven months along — she looks amazing! Ciara has stressed that comfort is her priority as she expects her first child and we can see that clearly in this new comfortable shot.
When we decided to round-up Miley Cyrus’ best and worst covers, we thought the latter would outnumber the former. Little did we know, the twerk star has a penchant for re-imagining classics songs in impressive fashion. In fact, some of her latest stunts have us questioning our belief that a BANGERZ tour ticket is a profound waste of money.
Whatever your feelings are on the pop-star-gone-rogue, we promise that these seven covers will leave you impressed, bemused, or at the very least, thoroughly entertained.
During the summer of 2012, Miley was in her element covering Dolly Parton’s 1973 classic with her band as part of The Backyard Sessions. Her version was so good it had critics wondering if it was better than Jack White’s rendering. In a hushed voice, we concur.
BEST:“Hey Ya” by Outkast
Over the weekend, Milez took on a song very near and dear to our hearts. As much as we wanted to hate it, we couldn’t deny that her slowed-down, country take on the 2003 hit was clever. However, she did lose us at, “Hey Fellas.”
WORST: “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots” by The Flaming Lips
It was only a matter of time before Miley and Wayne Coyne performed together on stage, and while it wasn’t quite as hard to stomach as we feared, we’d prefer it didn’t happen at all. No more on-stage banter, please!
BEST: “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High” by Arctic Monkeys
We were hankering for a female cover of Arctic Monkeys’ latest hit ever since we first heard it. We wouldn’t have chosen Miley for the job, but we were stunned by how much her country tenor suited the number.
WORST: “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana
What is your favorite Miley cover, ONTD?
wish there would be one episode without john or kathryn. so bored of all the adults right now.
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg has hinted that a fifth “Shrek” movie may be coming, four years after “Shrek Forever After” was released.
“We like to let them have a little bit of time to rest,” he told Fox Business Network in an interview scheduled to air Tuesday. “But I think you can be confident that we’ll have another chapter in the Shrek series. We’re not finished, and more importantly, neither is he.”
DreamWorks Animation announced Monday that it was teaming up with Merlin Entertainments to launch a “Shrek” themed visitor attraction, to be called Shrek’s Far Far Away Adventure, in London.
The attraction, which will open in the summer of 2015, will take visitors through a live interactive adventure featuring Shrek, Fiona, Donkey, Puss in Boots and other characters from the franchise. It will be the first of six “Shrek” attractions to be rolled out over nine years.
Tonight on MTV, the popular show TEEN WOLF returns with a new episode called “Echo House.” On tonight’s episode, an important Japanese artifact is sought by Scott and his friends; Stiles faces a difficult choice. Did you watch the last episode? We did and we recapped it here for you.
On the last episode, Deaton retrieved a poisonous lichen that aided him in paralyzing the Nogitsune within Stiles. Meanwhile at the hospital, an electrical wire swung out of control and injured several people, including Isaac, before Kira used her powers to subdue it. Elsewhere, Derek and Chris Argent were arrested by Agent McCall for the murder of Katashi after being framed by someone. Stiles, who was still missing, reappeared in the school basement. After finding a map of the cross-country trail, they realized that the path has been booby trapped by the possessed Stiles. The boys were successful in stopping the runners from being injured but Coach Finstock was shot with an arrow.
On tonight’s episode, Scott and the others seek an important artifact; Stiles decides to checks himself into the mental hospital, Eichen House.
Tonight’s season 3 episode 20 is going to be an exciting one that you won’t want to miss, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of MTV’s Teen Wolf at 10 PM EST! While you wait for our recap, hit the comments and let us know what you think of Teen Wolf season 3b. Check out the sneak peek video of tonight’s show below while you wait for the recap!
The show opens up with Sheriff Stilinski driving Stiles to Eichen House. They get out of the car, looking a bit uncertain, and proceed toward the mental hospital. It’s night time. The tone is ominous. Scott pulls up on his dirt bike and can’t believe that Stiles is checking him into the same hospital that housed Barrow. Stiles wants Scott to make certain of one thing: That he never gets out of the hospital. he doesn’t want to deal anymore pain.
Inside the hospital, there are several patients with various afflictions. A nurse invites him into the hospital. He’ll be a patient for 72 hours. The place strangely resembles a jail and Sheriff Stilinski is struggling to leave his son in this place, but he eventually lets him go.
Stiles is shown to his room. On his way there, he sees a woman on the other end of the hallway. As he proceeds up the stairs, he witnesses an inpatient throw himself over the banister and hang himself. On the bottom floor, Stiles sees the Nogitsune, all bandaged.
Meanwhile, Argent talks with Dr. Deaton, Scott, and Allison. They mention a scroll that was written by Japanese mystics. This scroll might be able to help purge Stiles of the Nogitsune. Allison thinks she might know where to find it. Maybe she’s seen something like it before.
Stiles finds his room. There, he discovers that he has a roommate. His name is Oliver. Oliver says that this hospital is known as the Echo House because everything echoes. Evetually.
Stiles hears a woman on the phone. Her name is Meredith. He overhears her conversation. She says that she really thinks she should tell everyone the full story. Nobody knows what she’s talking about, but before she hangs up the phone (which has been disconnected), she says that “one of them is standing right behind me.” She’s talking about Stiles.
Stiles sees Malia. Malia proceeds to punch Stiles for no good reason. Malia is taken away and Stiles is restrained by the security guards. Raucous breaks out. As Stiles is being apprehended on the ground, he peers down a grate and sees the basement. He sees himself down there — a vision. This is the same basement that Lydia led everyone to a couple episodes ago. Ms. Morrell shows up and silences things. She shouts, “Enough!” Kneeling beside Stiles, she says, “You saw something, didn’t you?”
Stiles says, “I’ve been there before. I’ve been there before.”
Derek and Chris Argent are locked up in jail, as they’re still being blamed for Takashi’s murder. All the evidence for the Takashi murder investigation is being moved. Chris and Derek talk about Stiles. Derek asks Chris if he’d feel any remorse killing Stiles. Chris says, “Stiles? Yes. A Nogitsune? No.”
Ms. Morrell is leading a group therapy session on guilt. Oliver, Stiles’s roomie, continues to suffers from a strange cough — as if he has a fly in his throat.
Ms. Morrell sees a strange mark appearing on Stiles neck. She takes him to her office and gives him some amphetamines to stay awake. She tells him that when the mark on his skin fades, the Nogitsune will return. She says if his friends don’t figure out what to do before that, then she’ll be forced to give him a lethal injection. Stiles asks if she’s planning on killing him. She says, “I’m going to do what I’ve always done: Maintain the balance of things.”
Before Stiles leaves, Ms. Morrell gives him words of immense caution: “STAY AWAKE.”
Stiles walks through the hospital and wants to get down to the basement. Oliver shows up behind him and says there’s no way he’s getting down into that room. The only one with the key is the head orderly. Stiles is going to play a trick on him to get that key. He needs to get into that basement.
Meanwhile, Allison, Lydia, Scott, and the twins are on a mission to acquire the mystical scroll that might be able to save Stiles’s life. Allison says that all the Takashi evidence is currently being moved in an armor car. They need its contents. They’re going to try to rob the transport. Piece of cake.
Stiles enters the bathroom. He takes his medication. He sees Malia showering. Stiles is wondering why she punched him. She’s mad for being pulled back into the human world. She wants to go back to being a coyote. Stiles says that he might know someone who might be able to help her change back — or at least teach her. He offers her a deal: He wants help getting the key from the head orderly.
Meanwhile, Team Scott formulates a plan to break into the armored car. They’re after Takashi’s silver finger. Allison thinks this might contain the scroll.
Stiles and Malia stage a fight in the hospital. Stiles grabs the orderly’s keys.
Chris is led into a room at the station. A woman is waiting for him. She says, “Hello, Kristoff.”
Stiles tries to unlock the door to the basement but is caught by the head orderly. He’s taken into the “quiet room.” They take his amphetamines and give him a sedative. This could prove disastrous for him.
Kira comes to meet Scott. She feels partially guilty for the role her mother’s playing the Oni summonings, so she wants to help in whatever ways she can. She shows off her new samurai sword skills. Scott says, “Okay. You’re coming.”
Meanwhile, the Nogitsune is haunting Stiles. He’s dreaming. Malia wakes him up. She says she broke the lock. She also says there’s another way to the basement — through the clothes unit.
Team Scott attempts to rob the car, but someone’s already beat them to the punch. A man jumps out of the back. Allison says that it’s Kincaid.
The woman talks with Chris and talks about families and honor. Chris wants to know if this has anything to do with Allison.
Scott tries to get the silver finger from Kinkaid, but he says the scroll inside is worth $3 million. Kira tries to thwart Kinkaid, but she’s thrown to the ground.
Malia and Stiles enter the basement. She asks him what he’s looking for. He’s not sure, but he says it has something to do with the strange kanji mark on the wall. He says it means “self.” Malia wants to know more about what’s going on. Stiles is apprehensive to reveal to much, but she tells him to try to remember that she’s a werecoyote who killed her family. She says she won’t judge.
Kinkaid beats up Scott. The twins come in and save the day.
Stiles and Malia find a whole bunch of files about the hospital’s past. She checks the lines on his back. They’re fading. Not a good sign.
Malia kisses Stiles! It was her first kiss. Stiles says, “Want to try again?”
They proceed to kiss and she says, “I want to try something else.”
They do it in the hospital basement.
Meanwhile, Team Scott acquire the mystical scroll.
Malia and Stiles, after their hookup, hear a strange noise in the basement. With a crowbar, he breaks down a wall. Behind it, they find a mummy — it’s the bandaged man, the one he’s been seeing. The Nogitsune. Malia reaches into the mummy’s bag and pulls out a small photo. She asks Stiles if he recognizes the people in the photo. He recognizes one of them. He says he needs to get this to Scott ASAP.
But Oliver comes in and tasers Stiles and Malia. He stole the taser from the orderly.
Stiles asks Oliver what he’s doing. Oliver proceeds to get a drill. He says that this hospital used to conduct trephination experiments — boring holes in patients’ skulls “to let the evil spirits out.”
Oliver has tied Stiles to a chair. Oliver coughs up blood — and what looks to be a small fly. They’re interrupted by a voice. It’s the Nogitsune. The Nogitsune has orchestrated all of this.
Stiles tells him to let Malia go. He says, “Let me in.”
Oliver proceeds to bring the drill to Malia’s head. The Nogitsune tells Stiles to let him in and he’ll let Malia live.
Stiles, crying, lets the Nogitsune inside him.
Scott delivers the scroll to Dr. Deaton, who says the only way to expel a Nogitsune is to “change the body of its host.” Scott thinks that they need to turn Stiles into a werewolf.
Malia checks herself out of the institution. She goes to look for Scott McCall. Ms. Morrell says that she can tell him where he is.
As Malia leaves the hospital, her eyes glow blue.
Hmmm was another set up episode with virtually nothing happening hope next weeks better.
WHITE MICHELLE WILLIAMS!
Michelle Williams rocks a chic blazer while promoting her upcoming Broadway show Cabaret at Times Center on Monday (February 24) in New York City.
The 33-year-old actress was joined by her co-star Alan Cumming and co-director Rob Marshall.
Michelle is playing Sally Bowles in the play, which will start previews on Friday, March 21, and close on Sunday, August 31.
Monday, February 24
Katie (Heather Tom) makes a difficult admission; Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) is kept in the dark about an important matter.
Tuesday, February 25
Hope (Kim Matula) plans to protect a new love; Bill (Don Diamont) regrets his actions after hearing about Brooke and Ridge (Thorsten Kaye).
Wednesday, February 26
Brooke and Hope go to Paris for business; Quinn (Rena Sofer) shares important information with Wyatt (Darin Brooks).
Thursday, February 27
A Forrester family secret begins to emerge; Brooke discovers an extra passenger on the jet.
Friday, February 28
Taylor (Hunter Tylo) visits Eric (John McCook) at work; Thomas (Adam Gregory) meets Hope and Brooke at Forrester International.
Do you love it or what? No wedding for Bridge and I for one am thrilled! And better yet it is an end of a legacy. There will be no more Bridge and they are officially dead as sources have informed me. Bell has finally gotten a clue (it only took 20 years) to end this couple.
Katie and Ridge share a kiss and Brooke finds out about it and in her revenge mode she gives the paperwork back to Bill who is thrilled and then takes Katie to court to get back his company and full custody of his son. But Katie is not going to let Bill railroad her and she plays the fraud card with the help of Ridge. Now this sounds like something worth watching!
Finally Caroline tells Brooke and Eric that they are going to be grandparents. Don’t expect to see Rick and Caroline because they are crossing over to Genoa City. This leaves Ridge in charge of Forrester Creations and he is going to be up against Bill’s 12%. Of course Bill isn’t going to keep quiet and lets Ridge know that he is going to insist on sitting in on board meetings with his side kick Brooke smirking from across the table. This is where it gets good and Brooke declares war on Ridge.
It’s almost official, Susan Flannery is very close to agreeing to a few little visits in the near future. Brad thinks he’s come up with the perfect story to have the powerful matriarch appear to a few people to shake up some trees and she will be setting some heavy trends.
Hunter Tylo returns but for only one episode but there are continued talks to bring her back. And what about the triangle of Hope/Liam/Wyatt? Let me drop this bombshell on you, something horrible happens to a Forrester and Wyatt is going to take the blame for it and the real person behind it makes quite a few jaws drop once the secret it out. Liam will think he’s got a headway into Hope’s life again and it will for a while look like it just may happen again. You long timers just keep thinking “Nick/Ridge” over and over, you’ll get the picture.
Monday, February 24
Billy (David Tom) and Victoria (Amelia Heinle) talk about their marriage; Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) must face the music for taking Connor after Victor (Eric Braeden) and Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) confront her in Paris; Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Dylan (Steve Burton) visit Ian Ward (Ray Wise); Courtney tries to fix things with Noah (Robert Adamson).
Tuesday, February 25
Jack (Peter Bergman) confronts Billy about his relationship with Kelly (Cynthia Watros); things heat up between Abby (Melissa Ordway) and Tyler (Redaric Williams).
Wednesday, February 26
Ian blackmails Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott); the moment of truth bears down on Neil (Kristoff St. John) and Leslie (Angell Conwell).
Thursday, February 27
Jack tells Chelsea not to trust Victor; Nick and Dylan come together to help Summer (Hunter King).
Friday, February 28
Jill (Jess Walton) and Colin (Tristan Rogers) engage in a game of cat and mouse; Michael (Christian LeBlanc) and Kevin (Greg Rikaart) try to reason with Chloe; Victoria makes a decision.
Stitch decides it’s time to do what he has been wanting for some time and takes Victoria by surprise and kisses her. Of course Victoria is shocked but in reality I bet she kinda likes it. And speaking of Stitch rumor has it that he just may be related to Kelly, her brother is what I am hearing. These two are always so mad at one another that it is the kind of anger you have toward someone you care about who should have known better than what went down. Guess we will have to wait and see how much truth there is to this rumor.
Dylan and Nick finally agree on something and that is Ian harassing their mother. They decide to team up against Ian. Nick and Dylan are with Ian when Ian says to Nick that he knew his mother back when “hint hint” and Nick punches him. YEA! Meanwhile Paul goes to the ranch and tells Nikki about Dylan’s visit. He tells Nikki it is obvious that Dylan cares about her. This was the first time that Paul had a scene with Dylan. Are we being made to believe that Ian is Dylan’s father while in realty it really is Paul who is Dylan’s father? Stranger things have happen.
Chelsea asks Victor for help in finding Adam, get ready people the recast is coming!
All you Nick and Sharon fans it’s about to happen once again when Nick and Sharon give in to passion. Now I ask you does TPTB think the viewers are this stupid? Do TBTB think that we don’t know what it is leading to. The fact that she hasn’t told Nick about Summer is a perfect example of why in a different way Sharon is as bad as Victor.
Monday, February 24
Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) wants to get back together with Daniel (Shawn Christian), but feels threatened by Theresa (Jen Lilley); Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Theresa spend time together; E.J. (James Scott) tries to end things with Abigail (Kate Mansi); Sami (Alison Sweeney) attacks Nicole (Arianne Zucker) when she learns Eric (Greg Vaughan) is leaving the priesthood.
Tuesday, February 25
Nicole tries to fix her mistake; J.J. opens up to Abigail; Sami and E.J. choose a wedding date; Brady accuses Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) and Victor (John Aniston) of having him followed.
Wednesday, February 26
Hope (Kristian Alfonso) and Aiden (Daniel Cosgrove) must work together; Nick (Blake Berris) tries to prevent Gabi (Camila Banus) from going out with T (Brendan Coughlin); the identity of the person spying on Rafe (Galen Garing) and Jordan (Chrishell Stause) is revealed.
Justin Gaston makes his debut as Ben, Jordan Ridgeway's brother.
Thursday, February 27
Nick exploits Gabi's insecurities; Jordan must face her past; Hope and Aiden butt heads.
Friday, February 28
Abigail and E.J. reach an understanding; Marlena (Deidre Hall) makes a deal with the devil; Jennifer assists Eric with a job opportunity; a confrontation with Ben shakes Jordan.
Corday says there are big things happening that will affect the next six months of story A new woman arrives in Salem and immediately catches JJ’s eye. John returns to Salem and has tragic news for Hope regarding Bo and Hope is horrified which has Bo is ready to explain. He mentions how he followed the saga of Kristen from afar. Jordan has shocking news for Rafe. Marlena is determined to keep Eric away from Nicole. Sami is unhappy and lights into Nicole when she finds out that Eric is planning to leave the priesthood, Brady unwittingly crashes Eric and Nicole’s date! Nick continues to manipulate Gabi, then threatens Sonny and tops it off by blackmailing Sami. Johnny innocently tells Sami something about Abigail. Brady continues to hang around Theresa. Abigail’s not willing to let EJ go without a fight and she and EJ can’t stay away from each other. She’s pushing this and it’ll have massive repercussions.
Monday, February 24
On GENERAL HOSPITAL's 13,000th episode, Patrick (Jason Thompson) and Robin (Kimberly McCullough), Kiki (Kristen Alderson) and Michael (Chad Duell), and Molly (Haley Pullos) and T.J. (Tequan Richmond) experience the unexpected; A.J. (Sean Kanan) retraces his steps.
Tuesday, February 25
Ava (Maura West) calls on Carlos (Jeffrey Vincent Parise) to do her dirty work; Julian (William deVry) talks with T.J.; Alexis (Nancy Lee Grahn) questions a man's return to Port Charles.
Ilene Kristen returns as RYAN'S HOPE's Delia Reid Ryan Coleridge.
Wednesday, February 26
Sam (Kelly Monaco) and Silas (Michael Easton) trust Delia will prove Ava is framing Silas; Shawn (Sean Blakemore) gives T.J. advice; Nathan (Ryan Paevey) shows Kiki the file on her father.
Thursday, February 27
Sonny (Maurice Benard) suspects a distant relative's motives; Shawn calls Ava's trust in Julian into question; Carlos attacks A.J.
Friday, February 28
Robin delivers emotional news to friends and family; A.J.'s memory is jarred; Nikolas (Tyler Christopher) wants a party celebrating the engagement; Silas comes to a decision.
Molly and TJ’s relationship heats up as the two head to Metro Court for a romantic evening, will this young couple go all the way or will someone spill the beans and go straight to Alexis?
Michael and Kiki discuss taking their relationship in a new direction, is it the end for this young couple?
AJ encounters his subconscious’s manifestation of Connie again at the cemetery as AJ continues to retrace his steps the night of Connie’s murder, Ava on the other hand meets with Carlos and asks about Julian’s mysterious financier which Carlos has no knowledge but he does realize Ava is planning to make a move against Julian. She denies it but does ask for his help in getting rid of AJ for good after she finally admits to Carlos that Connie was alive when AJ left and she had no choice but to kill Connie. Will Carlos do as he is asked?
Olivia runs into someone unexpected checking into the Metro, Rick Lansing is back! When asked what is he doing back in Port Charles he replies “to see my daughter Molly”, but Olivia, remembering Sonny’s concern about the person bankrolling Julian, alerts him to Ric’s presence.
To make sure she has an alibi Ava visits her mother, Delia in NY. Delia panics and tries to call Sam but she doesn’t answer. Sam finally does arrive and Delia hides Sam and finally Ava leaves. Sam’s plan continues to bribe Nakamura but then Delia receives a phone call with shocking news that leaves their scheme in a frenzy. Later Nathan arrives at Ryan’s, accusing Silas of staging Nakamura’s suicide just like he did his wife’s suicide attempt. Silas who has had enough decides that it’s time that he sees his wife.
Back in PC Patrick and Robin come to terms with Robin’s decision to leave Port Charles and spend an emotional final night together.
An update to an item published this morning:
Director F. Gary Gray just shared the following news on Twitter, so take heed if you fit the bill, and our interested (and read the contents of the earlier related post underneath the image):
And here's this morning's post:
In December, Universal Pictures hired Jonathan Herman to write the latest draft of the N.W.A. biopic that F. Gary Gray is attached to direct, with former member of the seminal rap group, Ice Cube, producing.
Originally set up at New Line, Universal picked up the project in turnaround, with F. Gary Gray still attached to direct. John Singleton was, at one time, interested in directing.
You'll recall that both Eazy E's son and daughter claimed that they were either in the running, or would be the best fits to play their father in the movie; The son said that there was a "high probability" that he'd play the part; the daughter just wanted her shot. She even created an audition video, demonstrating her chameleon skills, which you can watch HERE.
When asked about all of that, producer Ice Cube said that no promises had been made to anyone regarding casting, and everyone was going to have to earn whatever role is given to them, whether actors or children of the real-life men of NWA who want to play their fathers.
Cube added that none of the real members of NWA will be in the film; not even in cameos apparently.
In a new interview with The Guardian, as his latest film, Ride Along, opens in the UK, Cube had a few more things to say about the upcoming project.
When asked specifically about the NWA biopic, he said:
We're getting the script tight and we're starting to cast. Hopefully we'll start shooting in April. We've had a few different writers; we're still working that out. We're going for a dramatic story that encompasses hip-hop, dope-dealing, Reaganomics, Aids, LAPD, rap feuds, FBI, PMRC, the Parental Advisory stickers on the records ... all of it.
And further, when asked about rumors that his son, O'Shea Jackson Jr would be playing him in the film, Ice Cube shared:
Yes. I've been trying to get that pushed along. Just wanna make sure that he's the best man for the job.
He added that his son reminded him of himself at that age, stating:
At that age people think that I was all serious and mean, but there was a mixture of hot and cold. I could turn on a dime. And he has my temperament.
A photo of his son, O'Shea Jackson Jr, is above. He looks just like his father, doesn't he?
Also worth noting, Eazy-E's widow, Tomica Woods, who inherited his share of NWA song rights, was also previously said to be involved, as a producer. This was when the project was languishing at New Line. At the time, Andrea Berloff, who wrote the screenplay to Oliver Stone's World Trade Center, was to pen the script. Jonathan Herman (whose only IMDB writing credit is for an erotic short film titled Firepussy) will write a new draft.
But here are a couple of questions for you folks: do any of you really want to see an NWA biopic?
Fans of the group are 20+ years older now (myself included. I was in high school during the group's heydays). And, while I can't speak for others, I can say that I'm not all-that interested in seeing a film based on the the group's story. I enjoyed the music - and even occasionally still blast it from time to time; but that's good enough for me. I'm not high on seeing a film about them, and I wonder if others from my generation, who grew up with the music, feel the same way.
I wonder who the film's target audience will be. I'd go out on a limb and say those under the age of 25 may not even be familiar enough with the group and its music, to want to pay $12 to see their lives unfold on the big screen. So what audience is this film being made for?
You tell me...
But no matter, it's good to know that the project is finally moving along, after years in limbo.
Piers Morgan has had his US chat show cancelled after low ratings and complaints about his views on guns. Even worse, a petition to have him deported has been signed by hundreds of thousands of Americans. He joins a long line of Brits who have failed to earn a devoted following in America.
They were one of the biggest bands of the Nineties in the UK, but swaggering Britpoppers Oasis failed to replicate their success in the US. That's not to say they were a complete flop; they still achieved three top-five albums and six platinum records in America. But, comparatively, they certainly didn't live up to the hype – something Noel Gallagher is still angry with his brother Liam for: "I still blame him for the fact that we never cracked the US," Noel said. "When we had one of the biggest selling albums in the world, and were about to begin a crucial US tour, he arrived at the airport, gave some ludicrous excuse that he couldn't get on the plane, and left us stranded."
The Inbetweeners USA (and other British sitcoms)
The Americans are constantly remaking our sitcoms, usually with jarring results. There have been several low points – Red Dwarf USA, Men Behaving Badly, Dad's Army, The IT Crowd – but surely the nadir was The Inbetweeners USA, which took a quintessentially British show, stripped it of its charm and amusing puerility, made the cast better looking and, thankfully, was cancelled within two months of launching on MTV.
Immaculately white teeth? Check. Pouty hands on hip pose? Check. Hair with more weave than a wicker basket? Check. Geordie accent? Oh, wait. There’s a particular brand of dazzling showbiz perfection that the American public warm to. Unfortunately, sounding a bit like a posh Paul Gascoigne doesn’t cut it. Former Girls Aloud singer and North-East princess Cheryl Cole found out the hard way when she was dropped from the US X Factor in 2011 and replaced with Nicole Scherzinger after attending just two auditions, with producers also citing insufficient chemistry between her and fellow judge Paula Adbul. Cole is reportedly to make a return to the UK X Factor this year – howay, pet, better get the subtitles ready.
King George III
To say King George III wasn't popular with Americans is an understatement: they hated him and his government so much that the American War of Independence happened. Yes, as King Georges go, this was the mad one, so you could argue that he had too much on his plate to care about what the Yanks thought of him. But even hundreds of years later, it's a safe bet that most Americans don't remember him fondly.
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Vietnamese director Tran Anh Hung is set to work with Mélanie Laurent, Audrey Tautou and Bérénice Bejo on his first French-language feature, which is due to start shoot this summer.
Entitled Eternité (Eternity), the feature is an adaptation of Alice Ferney’s novel L’élégance des Veuves, revolving around the theme of motherhood and three women who face up to tragedy and unhappiness with dignity.
Tran has adapted the novel for the big screen. The director adapted Japanese writer Haruki Marakumi’s Norwegian Wood for his last film.
The €10m ($14m) production, due to start shooting at the end of this summer, is produced by Christophe Rossignon of Paris-based Nord-Ouest with the support of Canal+ and co-producers Samsa Film in Luxembourg and Artemis in Belgium.
Pathé will distribute in France and Pathé International will handle sales.
Tran won the Camera d’Or with his debut film The Scent of Green Papaya in 1993 and the Venice Golden Lion with Cyclo in 1995. His other films include The Vertical Ray of the Sun and I Come With The Rain.