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    NeNe Leakes is TV’s highest paid housewife and is expanding her reality show fame by appearing on this season’s Dancing with the Stars.

    But now, The Real Housewives of Atlanta star’s secret criminal past — and mug shots — have been revealed!

    According to Athens-Clarke County (Georgia) Superior Court documents obtained by Star, Leakes was arrested and charged in 1992 with three felony and one misdemeanor counts of “theft of services” from the phone company.

    Leakes was then 25 and known by her birth name of Linnethia Johnson.

    In a plea agreement, she pled guilty to all four counts and was put on two years’ probation and ordered to repay $2,650. Over the next two years, though, the future reality TV star was arrested three more times for probation violations.

    As the mug shots show, Leakes’ looks have changed drastically since then, as she’s had plastic surgery to whittle down her nose, amongst other procedures.

    In her 2009 autobiography, Never Make the Same Mistake Twice, Leakes admitted to an arrest in her early 20s, when her friend shoplifted from a mall and police pulled them over together. But she didn’t mention the other arrests that have now been uncovered by Star Magazine!

    However, Leakes, 46, hasn’t been shy about throwing shade on her RHOA co-star Marlo Hampton for her criminal past. As Radar has reported, news that Hampton had been arrested at least seven times–and had posed for many mugshots– recently came to light.

    Hampton was arrested on May 26, 1999 – at age 23 — for “Aggravated Battery/Great Bodily Harm,” which is a first-degree felony.

    Leakes, who is feuding with former friend Hampton on RHOA, hinted at the charges in her blog, claiming Hampton “slashed a friends face with a knife and disfigured her over a man.”

    But now, Leakes, who earns a reported $1 million a season for RHOA, might have some explaining to do herself, as long-ago mug shots come back to haunt her!

    For more on Leakes’ criminal past and mug shots, pick up a copy of the latest Star Magazine.


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    It's not unusual for Spanish families to have their daughters' ears pierced when they are still infants.

    And given that Hilaria Baldwin, 30, hails from Mallorca, it's worth understanding the cultural context before taking a look at her seven-month-old daughter's earrings.

    Her husband Alec, 55, posted a picture of gorgeous Carmen to his Instagram which shows tiny jewels in both her precious ears, an unusual sight in upscale Manhattan.

    There are a few shots on the public-sharing site which allow a glimpse of the little beauty's precious new studs.

    But perhaps the most incongruous sight on the feed is that of lugubrious Alec beaming happily at his youngest daughter.

    In one shot, called Bunny 2... the irascible 30 Rock star seems to be actually yelping with joy.


    How old were you when you had your first ear piercing?

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    THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN has had critics ever since the announcement was made that a director other than Sam Raimi would be helming an adventure featuring the friendly neighborhood webslinger. Marc Webb, Andrew Garfield, and Emma Stone set out to create a more gritty and DARK KNIGHT-esque superhero film while also creating a darker and more conspiracy-centric origin for Peter Parker's superpowers. The results were box office gold while fans were lukewarm on the film. But, with the announcement that this summer's THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 will be followed by two more sequels and a slew of villain-focused spin-offs, fans began to worry that Sony would be oversaturating the market with Spider-man.

    Then, the trailers came out showcasing a much brighter, looser, and CGI-friendly adventure in THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2. Gone is the gritty realism in favor of brightly colored comic book hues and tons of villains. But, will it work? Star Andrew Garfield thinks so and also has some choice words regarding the film. In an interview with IGN, Andrew Garfield addressed how they approached making THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 after rebooting the series just a few years ago.

    In the first movie we were obligated to retreading the origin story which Tobey Maguire and Sam Raimi did so beautifully. But now that that's done, we get to own the character as filmmakers and we get to own it as Peter. There is a life imitating art kind of thing going on, I think. So, I am super excited because [THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2] was more fun to make. Because of that, I think when I put on that suit I felt freer, I felt like, you know, I can't think of a word to use that is not the F-word, but like screw the critics, screw the scrutiny. And, you know, that is the motto for life as well."

    Garfield explains it that, like Peter, the filmmakers decided to forget what everyone thought and just make this movie their own because you can only make the movie you want to make. While movies are made for their audiences, there is something to be said for not becoming bogged down in the criticism that pervades the Internet and setting out just to make the best movie you can.

    I was a fan of THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, but the sequel already looks a hell of a lot more like Sam Raimi's trilogy. The picture is brighter, the action is over the top and fun, and I will venture to say that Andrew Garfield looks and sounds a lot more like the comic book character than Tobey Maguire ever did. It remains to be seen if that holds true outside of the trailers, but consider me along for the ride.

    THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 hits theaters on May 30, 2014.



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    Zac Efron was a hero who risked his own life to save the life of his "bodyguard" -- so claims the bodyguard.
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    We spoke to the "bodyguard" who says he and Zac were "cruising" around downtown L.A. Sunday at 12:30 AM, when they suddenly ran out of gas and rolled to a stop at the bottom of a downtown L.A. off-ramp.

    Later in our conversation, the man -- we agreed not to use his name -- said it wasn't so much "cruising" as it was going to a restaurant in Little Tokyo in the downtown area.

    TMZ broke the story ... Zac told cops they had run out of gas and for some reason threw a bottle out of the car which shattered and angered some nearby transients. Zac claimed the transients attacked the man and as Zac went to help him a transient viciously struck Zac in the face.

    He tells us ... the transients actually went after him with "a spear" -- like a shank -- and stabbed him in the face, stomach and chest. He says Zac then got out of the car and swung a vodka bottle at the transients to fend off the attack. He says Zac actually thwarted the attack and saved his life.

    So the man says the bottle Zac claimed to have thrown out the window wasn't really thrown at all. He says Zac used it as a weapon during the attack.

    BTW ... we checked, and the "bodyguard" has a criminal record for drugs and violence.

    So basically drug deal gone wrong. so sad. :(
    ONTD, have you ever been in the vicinity of a drug deal gone wrong?

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    Taylor Swift has purchased two duplex penthouses in a boutique building in the heart of New York's TriBeCa district.

    The Real Estalker blog believes she is the mystery buyer of the units, previously owned by director Peter Jackson. Jackson listed the adjacent duplex penthouses, which cover the top two floors of the building, back in November for $19,950,000. The following month, he also listed the penthouses individually for $5.1 million and $14,850,000.

    The smaller of the two units (2,440 square foot) has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, with wide plank wood floors, exposed duct work, exposed brick walls, and a 12-foot beamed ceiling. The loft also boasts a 1,000 square foot private roof terrace. Listing details for the second and significantly more spacious penthouse show six proper bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, a coat closet lined foyer and grand double-height stair hall, and a 1,200+ square foot combination living/dinning room with fireplace, wet bar and a 12-foot exposed beam ceiling. There are two terraces on the upper floor that together encompass more than 2,100 square feet. The smaller, north facing terrace is private to the master suite and the much larger, wrap around one on the south end also has views to the east and west.

    In the listing, Lara Nangle of the Corcoran Group urged the prospective buyer to do what Jackson planned but never did: combine both units into a duplex with a private multi-level wraparound roof deck.If combined, the result would be a 6,100-square-foot five-bedroom, five-bathroom duplex with a 4,000-square-foot private outdoor space and 1,900-square-foot two-bedroom, three-bathroom guest apartment with a separate entrance."Because the lofts are adjacent, there is an opportunity for the new owner to carry out an internal reconfiguration/combination and roof terrace remodelling to create their dream layout, incorporating all their personal specifications and creating a spectacular roof terrace oasis."

    Swift already has bases in Nashville and Beverly Hills. Last year, she purchased a beachfront summer home in Watch Hill, RI.

    Floor plan for one of the lofts

    Roof terrace

    Photos of one of the lofts as it was in 2008 when purchased by Jackson. It has since undergone renovations - for example, the exterior of the penthouse has been rebricked in a style similar to that of the rest of building.

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    Mila Kunis makes her first post-pregnancy appearance while out and about doing some shopping on Wednesday (March 26) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

    The 30-year-old pregnant actress debuted her barely-there baby bump – can you spot a growing baby belly on Mila??


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    Christopher Nolan says leading man Matthew McConaughey is ''extraordinary'' in new sci-fi movie 'Interstellar' and he was desperate to cast the actor after watching 'Mud'.

    Matthew McConaughey is ''extraordinary'' in 'Interstellar'.

    Director Christopher Nolan, who is notoriously secretive about his projects, has revealed he was desperate to hire the recent Oscar winner to star in his new sci-fi thriller - which co-stars Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Sir Michael Caine - after seeing him in critically acclaimed indie hit 'Mud'.

    Nolan says McConaughey's performance in that film gave him an ''inside track'' regarding the actor's newfound success, including numerous accolades for his role in 'Dallas Buyers Club'.

    The filmmaker told The Hollywood Reporter:'''Mud' showed me a side of Matthew's capabilities that I never knew was there. It was a transformative performance. From when I first saw it, I had an inside track on how great he could be.

    ''I needed someone who is very much an everyman, someone the audience could experience the story with. He's just a phenomenal, charismatic presence in the movie. His performance is shaping up to be extraordinary.''

    Nolan also praised his regular collaborator Caine, who played Alfred in the director's 'Dark Knight' trilogy.

    He enthused: ''He comes so prepared and he is just so good with such a minimal effort. I cast him in every film just as an example to everyone else.

    ''He's just a lovely guy to be around. He jokes that he's my lucky charm. It was a very good strategy on his part.''

    The British filmmaker also revealed his policy when it comes to making movies, revealing he puts all of his efforts into the production at hand as if it's his last ever film.

    Nolan added: ''I have always viewed every film as the last film I'm going to do. I've always done that because I want to put everything into it. I might get hit by a bus at the end of production.''


    Praise the Orange King of Hollywood <3333

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    On March 17, Brooke Eikmeier had her drama, Alice in Arabia, ordered to pilot at ABC Family. It was scrapped four days later after advocacy groups and a Buzzfeed article raised concerns that the series about an American teen who is kidnapped by her relatives and taken to Saudi Arabia would perpetuate negative stereotypes of Arabs and Muslims. In abandoning the project, an ABC Family spokesperson said, "the current conversation surrounding our pilot was not what we had envisioned and is certainly not conducive to the creative process." Eikmeier, who worked on shows including Family Guy and Boston Legal before enlisting in the Army in 2009 to learn Arabic and perform Signals Intelligence, now will shop the drama elsewhere. She has written this response to the controversy for The Hollywood Reporter.

    A week ago, I was prepping to cast a mixed-race Arab girl to be the star of a cable series that would focus on a loving, but conflicted, Muslim family. I anticipated controversy surrounding the topics and characters, but hoped the way the series progressed, the predominantly Arab cast, and the conversation it would spark would be a step forward in exposing and discussing female issues in a complex and diverse world.

    Today, if you Google my name, I am accused of being a tone-deaf racist hack intent on furthering an anti-Muslim agenda, callously exposing children to being bullied and beaten on playgrounds.

    How exactly did this happen?

    The genesis of Alice in Arabia lay in the deep frustration I felt while studying the Arabic language in the Army. In 2009, I decided I wanted to serve my country and began to explore my options. I discovered the military had a world-class, full-immersion language center, which as a writer, fit my interests perfectly. I had lived in France as a teenager as a fluent speaker and knew from experience that nothing gives someone perspective like being able to talk with and understand people in their native tongue. While in Europe, I had been fascinated by the different cultures on the streets and spent hours in L’Institut du Monde Arab, so I was elated when I fought for and was assigned Arabic as a condition of my enlistment.

    After basic training, my day job became -- day-in-and-day-out -- to learn Arabic and the diverse forms of Arab culture from native speakers hailing from Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Jordan. I supplemented my education by forging a friendship with my Saudi Arabian teacher, who brought me news clips and YouTube videos about the difficulties and struggles of the people of the region. She challenged me to put myself in the shoes of those who were from the Middle East and to discuss what these issues and questions meant to me as an American, and what I thought about possible solutions. I was particularly struck by the struggle of women, especially in Saudi Arabia. I knew many were fulfilled and proud of their way of life, but there were others who wanted things that I had taken for granted as an American -- for example, a legal system that gives you the right to have a woman defend you in court when you bring a rape case, or for the culture to allow you to bring the case without prejudice in the first place. I began to see that the things we focus on in America: the niqab and abaya, driving... they were small in comparison to much deeper issues, and yet they were being virtually ignored. I began to think over and over, is there anything I can do?

    I had already put 10 years into television writers' rooms in Hollywood and had the friends and contacts to go with it, as well as the years of developing material as a writer on my own. I decided to create a girl facing these same issues and frustrations as I was. I knew she needed to be American for the intended audience to best relate to her, so I decided on a mixed-race girl caught between the cultures but more familiar with the American side, as our audience would be. I wanted to start her level of cultural understanding at a low ebb, so viewers could be part of her enlightenment. This character, as a stand-in for the American audience, would grow to see the culture and people for herself, and hopefully would fall in love with all its fascinating complexity the way I personally had. That would be her character arc.

    Once I completed the pilot for Alice in Arabia, I sent it to an industry friend who sent it to the ABC Family cable network. It ordered five more scripts in which I dealt with issues such as the plight of foreign workers and clashes with the religious police. I had an episode take place at the Janadriyah Culture Festival, addressed the royal family's tensions with groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, highlighted the recent domestic violence campaign in the kingdom, the recent decision to allow women to work in lingerie stores, and more. At the same time, I developed Alice's interpersonal relationships with her family and friends, as well as growing her conflict and awareness as she began to like and even love people and aspects of Saudi Arabia, challenging her initial desire to just get back to America.

    After delivering these five scripts, the network ordered four more and I began to write the outlines, furthering Alice's desire to stay in the country and having her become part of a movement to strengthen female roles and rights. Then I got the call on March 17 that the pilot pickup was official. However, when I read the description of the episode, I had a sinking feeling. The show is a "high-stakes drama series about a rebellious American teenage girl who, after tragedy befalls her parents, is unknowingly kidnapped by her extended family, who are Saudi Arabian," the synopsis read. "Now a virtual prisoner in her grandfather’s royal compound, Alice must count on her independent spirit and wit to find a way to return home while surviving life behind the veil."

    I cringed at kidnapped, as it implied some violent action that was never taken (her grandfather simply refuses to let her return to America for a very specific family reason revealed in the last scene of the pilotlol wut). Virtual prisoner was an over-hyped phrase I would never have personally used and surviving life behind the veil was the exact opposite of the cultural tone I was trying to achieve. I wanted to show issues that went far beyond what I now considered a petty argument about a women's choice of clothing. This clumsy description employed key inflammatory words highlighting Alice’s emotional starting point without any hint at where I was intending to go with her or the show and was written by someone who did not have cultural training or an appreciation of the greater ambition I was aiming for. Personally, I would have simply written: A drama centering on an American teenager who, after her mother’s death must make the adjustment to living with her maternal family in Saudi Arabia. Instead, what was released obfuscated the delicate balancing act I had been working on for ten episodes and I was horrified.

    What followed was a group of people making assumptions based on this description -- and not on my script or anything I had written personally -- who launched an unfortunately successful reactionary campaign. Comments typically made my series a stand-in for all their frustrations with previous Hollywood portrayals of Muslims and Islam and leapt to wild and incorrect conclusions about its intentions and content. The only gossip site that pretended to "report" on the actual script [Buzzfeed] did a hit job with the title for its article written before reading page one, and it ironically destroyed its own credibility by not recognizing a common Arab name and claiming Saudis wear burkas. A mob formed, made up its mind, then rushed to destroy a valuable opportunity for furthering the cause of women worldwide. ABC Family pulled the plug on the show on March 21, just four days after the pilot was picked up.

    The fact is the intended series could have been a step in the right direction for all cultures and all women, sparking greater tolerance, understanding and empathy. As of a week ago a show already existed that had made it past all the many hurdles others have stumbled at before. Not only had it been picked up to pilot but the order for ten scripts was a vote of confidence that it would have had staying power and support at the network. Success was easily within reach to achieve a goal many in the Muslim community want: a series that showed them fairly and with admiration and complexity, that would give opportunities to Arab writers and Arab actors. Blinded by the stereotype the mob had of the typical Hollywood writer, however, those imminent jobs have now disappeared. That is no victory, in any form, for anyone.


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    The New York apartment where actor Philip Seymour Hoffman lost his life from a drug overdose is back on the market to rent.

    The tragic Capote star had been staying in a two-bedroom, fourth-floor unit at Pickwick House in Manhattan's Greenwich Village since last autumn (13), after moving out of his family home to deal with a series of personal issues. His body was discovered there on 2 February (14).

    Hoffman's last home has now been cleaned up and is on the rental market again, although the monthly price has been increased to $10,500 (£6,563), according to the New York Post.

    Autopsy results revealed Hoffman died from a fatal mix of heroin, cocaine and prescription pills. The celebrated actor had struggled with drug abuse in the past and checked himself into rehab last year (13) to battle addiction issues after 23 years of sobriety.

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    They are adorable!!! :)

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    As one Biblical epic sets sail (so to speak) in theaters this weekend, news out of Las Vegas' CinemaCon is that another has undergone a title change.

    Ridley Scott's "Exodus" starring Christian Bale is now known as "Exodus: Gods and Kings," a combination of the project's former title (when Steven Spielberg and Ang Lee were circling it) and "Exodus." The studio could not clear the rights for "Exodus" alone, I'm told, because MGM owns it in perpetuity.

    Bale will star as Moses in the film. Last year he told HitFix to expect "shocking stuff" from the film. "It's an intriguing piece, because it's very few people that I've met that have actually read the Torah, the Pentateuch, the five books of Moses, all the way through," he said. "Most people read snippets. If you read it all the way through, it's harsh. It's really 'Old Testament.' And violence in the extreme. He was not a man of any half measures whatsoever."

    The actor is coming off a Best Actor Oscar nomination for David O. Russell's "American Hustle" and also appeared last year in Scott Cooper's "Out of the Furnace." He also has Terrence Malick's "Knight of Cups" on the horizon.

    "Exodus Gods and Kings" is set for release on Dec. 12.


    the guy in the picture is joel edgerton

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    "As the world now knows, The Boondocks will be returning for a fourth season, but I will not be returning with it. I’d like to extend my gratitude to Sony and Adult Swim for three great seasons.

    I created The Boondocks two decades ago in college, did the daily comic for six years, and was showrunner on the animated series for the first three seasons. The Boondocks pretty much represents my life’s work to this point. Huey, Riley, and Granddad are not just property to me. They are my fictional blood relatives. Nothing is more painful than to leave them behind.

    To quote a great white man, “Hollywood is a business”. And to quote another great white man, “Don’t hold grudges”.

    What has never been lost on me is the enormous responsibility that came with The Boondocks - particularly the television show and it’s relatively young audience. It was important to offend, but equally important to offend for the right reasons. For three seasons I personally navigated this show through the minefields of controversy. It was not perfect. And it definitely was not quick. But it was always done with a keen sense of duty, history, culture, and love. Anything less would have been simply unacceptable.

    As for me, I’m finally putting a life of controversy and troublemaking behind me with my upcoming Adult Swim show, BLACK JESUS."



    It won't be the same without him but lbr I will probably still watch.

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  • 03/28/14--11:44: Charitable Kardashian Post
  • Kim Kardashian has been widely criticised in the past for only donating 10 per cent of profits from her semi-regular eBay clothing auctions to charity.
    And now, new figures have come to light detailing just how much that amounts to.
    According to Paypal Charitable Giving Fund tax documents obtained by RadarOnline, the star's November auction, benefitting Life Change Community Church in Agoura Hills, California - co-founded by mom Kris Jenner and her long-time friend Pastor Brad Johnson - reaped just $19,975.
    Last December, the 33-year-old hit out at those questioning her charitable donations, breaking down the numbers in justification.
    'When the eBay numbers get broken down, the auction management agency that posts for me gets a percentage for all their hard work, then, eBay listing fees, end of auction fees, eBay Store fees, Paypal fees, etc, all add up to about half the sale. Then I give 10% to charity,' she wrote on her website, under the headline: 'Giving comes from the heart.'
    According to those calculations, the auction of unwanted designer garments from the star's wardrobe totalled $399,500, with Kim pocketing a tidy $199,750 at the end of the day, while the Church's cut was less than $20,000.
    While no-one can deny that's still a hefty sum, it's not like the mom-of-one - who is estimated to be worth around $40 million - needs the cash.


    She went to great lengths to defend her herself in her blog, slamming her detractors for questioning her motives.
    'I feel compelled to speak about something that is in my head and my heart,' she began her post. 'Over the years, I’ve had to grow a thick skin. Being in the public eye, there are times I feel like I get criticized for any and everything I do. I’m used to it now. I just choose not to feed into negativity or become consumed by it.
    'The problem comes in when I get attacked for giving and trying to help people.'
    The star revealed that her late father, Robert Kardashian, 'always taught me the importance of giving back' and it's a lesson she has kept with her all these years, whether the public is aware of her charitable deeds or not.
    'I don’t publicize everything I do to help charities and people all over the world,' she insists. 'I do it because I want to. I do because my dad taught me to. I do it because it’s the right thing to do. So for people to attack me for giving 10% of my eBay auction sales to the people of the Philippines, that hurts.
    'I do eBay auctions monthly and change the charity or church from time to time. I give 10% of all my earnings to charities, not just these eBay auctions. This month it’s for the people of the Philippines, last month was Life Change Community Church.'
    But not only does the mom-of-one donate 10 per cent of her eBay auctions to charity, she also donates 10 per cent of her earnings from every single endorsement deal.
    'Nobody has to give anything, and yet Kim gives 10 per cent of everything and now she is being judged for it,' her rep stated at the time.

    Crisis communications expert Glenn Selig told FOX411 his gripe with the star's actions was that she's drumming up publicity for her auction but not raising the profits going to said charity to a more acceptable percentage.
    'When you say something is for the charity, the assumption is much more than 10 per cent goes
    to charity,' he says. 'And when the charity angle is leveraged to boost bidding or to drum up news coverage, when only 10 per cent goes to charity people likely will be taken. It is wrong to mislead
    the public.'
    Far from letting the criticism get her down, Kim is more determined than ever to continue on her path of goodwill.
    She concluded: 'Over the last 5+ years, I have listed thousands of items on eBay Giving Works for various causes. I will continue to do what is in my heart and am happy to know many others have enjoyed purchasing from me, as they too are giving with me.'


    I C U KRIS , u genius business woman , build that empire gurrrrrl , avoid those taxes.
    ONTD, would you avoid taxes to get you oldest daughter pregnant with Kanye's baby and thus on Vogue?

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    04/03/2014 (10:00PM - 11:00PM) (Thursday) : MAKING A DECISION ISN'T QUITE AS EASY AS IT SEEMS-Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) and Camille (Bonnie Bedalia) finally agree on what to do with the house. Julia (Erika Christensen) jumps back into work helping out Kristina (Monica Potter) and Adam (Peter Krause), but is struggling on how to proceed in her personal life. Sarah (Lauren Graham) discovers what her children have been up to and puts her foot down with Drew (Miles Heizer). Also starring- Sam Jaeger, Dax Shepard, Joy Bryant, Mae Whitman, Max Burkholder, Tyree Brown, Savannah Paige Rae, Xolo Mariduena. Guest Staring- Ray Romano, Tyson Ritter, Zachary Knighton. TV-PG LS


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    While out on the Noah promotion trail, Jennifer dropped by Late Night with Seth Meyers to chat about the film before attending a party celebrating her DuJour magazine cover (27 March). Jennifer went for the androgynous look with a Saint Laurent smoking blazer, calling to mind the seventies style of her Labyrinth co-star David Bowie.

    In another interview, Jennifer described Bowie as "fantastic" and said her 10-year-old son Stellan "was trying to think of the epitome of cool and he was like (he was getting his hair cut) 'who do I want to look like?' and he got pictures of David Bowie as the Thin White Duke and said 'this is it, this is the epitome of cool!'"

    Who wants to see a Labyrinth reunion between Bowie and Connelly? Just a photo would be great!

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    Actress Jennifer Connelly ~ Late Night HumanSlinky

    Source: 1/2/3/4/5

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    ENJOY THE GREATNESS WHILE IT'S STILL HAPPENING TBH!!!!!! (i didn't watch the vid idk what i'm talking about)

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    Posted from Bryan Fuller's twitter:


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    BBC Two has confirmed an air-date for The Trip to Italy.

    Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon will kick off their latest comical jaunt on Friday, April 4 at 10pm.

    The Trip to Italy - a follow-up to 2010 series The Trip - sees Coogan and Brydon again playing exaggerated versions of themselves.

    On a road trip across Italy, the pair will once again enjoy good food and tolerate each other's company - talking life, love and Michael Caine impersonations.


    I can't wait!! My bae Steve is looking gewd <33

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    Moon boots


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