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    Producers hope emotion of celebrities like Harrison Ford and Arnold Schwarzenegger will connect with ordinary people when Years of Living Dangerously begins on Showtime sunday night.

    It has generated a huge amount of attention from environmental groups who have struggled to find a way to connect with ordinary Americans, and the response has been almost entirely positive.

    Dan Abbasi, the executive producer, says he has come up with a winning formula: dispatch big names from Hollywood and the media to visit ordinary Americans living with heatwaves and drought and interview scientists about the human causes of climate change.

    Those messengers include Harrison Ford travelling to Indonesia to look at deforestation and journalist Tom Friedman travelling to the Turkish border with Syria to look at how climate change is fuelling war. Matt Damon, Olivia Munn and Arnold Schwarzenegger appear in future episodes. Abbasi has also been working with James Cameron and Jerry Weintraub as executive producers.

    The first episode (available below) features Don Cheadle travelling to Texas to talk about drought with climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe and her evangelical preacher husband.



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    If you’ve seen Captain America: The Winter Soldier, prepare yourself for a spoiler-loaded look at the creative decisions and tempting sequel possibilities faced by screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. Seriously, there’s a minefield of spoilers ahead, too many to call out one by one, so if you haven’t seen Cap 2, read ahead at your viewing peril – and if you HAVE, get ready for some answered questions and tantalizing teases.

    On the decision to dismantle S.H.I.E.L.D.
    Christopher Markus: [Marvel Studios head] Kevin Feige walked in one day – the executives had been having some larger Marvel cinematic universe discussions – and said, "We're thinking of taking down S.H.I.E.L.D. and that dictates a lot of things." It's like, "Okay. Cap is very well suited for that, because he doesn't get along with S.H.I.E.L.D. Also, you don't do that quietly." And it was also a matter of saying, "Where does Cap fit right now, in 2014?"
    Stephen McFeely: We were working on that part: what theme were we drawing out and what's the issue for him? And we've always said that he's not an antihero. I know that's part of the default a lot for movies these days, the hero is the bad guy that we love. But Cap’s Gary Cooper. The world changes to him, and so you tell me that S.H.I.E.L.D.'s going to go down, maybe three "helicarriers" might drop out the sky? Well, that's how he's changing the world.

    On the cross-pollination of plot points and characters from past and future Marvel films
    Markus: The actual talking is quite limited in that everybody's off: Joss has got a show and the sequel to the third most successful movie of all time, but it's all going through this repository of Kevin and the executives at Marvel. It's fascinating, and it's one of the fun things about doing it is we pull minor characters: we pull Garry Shandling from Iron Man 2.
    McFeely: It's so organic, right? We're going to have to have examples – particularly for the end, there has to be resonance. We have to know that in doing that, somebody was exposed. So, okay: who can we expose that would mean anything to anybody?' And then we have seven or eight movies to look through. We pulled Max Hernandez up [who plays S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Jasper Sitwell]. Who was very excited until he read it and was like, "Oh, dammit! "
    Markus: "You're going to kill me?!"
    McFeely: But I need a mole! I need a weasel! So they're decisions that you would make anyway, and you have a cast to choose from, and if there's nobody that's accurate then you would make a person up.

    On never having any plans to reveal Robert Redford’s character Alexander Pierce as the Red Skull in disguise, despite much fan speculation
    McFeely: No, we'd never. Because put yourself in our spot in 2011: the [first] movie's come out, we're going to write a next one; who's the bad guy going to be? It would be the same guy? If we can't come up with someone different, why are we doing this?
    Markus: And it also diminished the conspiracy in a way. To have it all down to one evil genius, then you're not saying the whole society is corrupt. And we want to say the whole society is corrupt!

    On the sequel elements that are front and center in their minds as they start prepping the story for Captain America 3
    McFeely: We laid some threads out at the end of this one, but I think we're going to pick them up, and we don't know how long we're going to pull on them. But we're certainly going to try to.
    Markus: Obviously, Bucky's out there. He's changed in some way, but he's clearly not all the way to being sentient or a good guy. So how much do we follow the Winter Soldier story, and how much do we hold that at bay?
    McFeely: Sharon Carter seems to be fairly active.
    Markus: Also, what are the challenges, personally, left for Steve Rogers? He shaped the world in his image in Cap 2. He's like, "I don't like that," and by the end of the movie, it's in flames. You can't do it again. So it almost dictates a change of scope in a way. Do we go very tight now?

    On the Cap comic book storylines they’ve been reading for research
    Markus: We're reading everything right now. Literally, I just read stuff from the '70s. I read late Brubaker. How can you merge them all together?
    McFeely: Love Brubaker stuff. I just bought the collection that they rereleased.
    Markus: There are all sorts of things which is great that you can keep pulling. I mean, Brubaker did some great stuff… [and there’s an older storyline] where the outfit is taken from him. They get the kind of crazy John Walker guy to come in and be the new Cap and Cap becomes "The Captain." But even though it's drawn in a kind of exaggerated style, really dark stuff happens in it!
    McFeely: It's fabulously unpleasant.

    On whether there’s a future for more of the Black Widow in their Cap-verse
    Markus: Potentially. I'm very glad that we flirted with flirting but didn't go there, you know? And I don't want to go there. They work really well together as friends and as comrades. Plus we're bringing Sharon up, and we don't want to have a love triangle in the middle of your Captain America movie. If there's an organic place for her in the story, yes.

    On the blowback from the film faced by the cast and creators of Marvel’s TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
    McFeely: Poor bastards. I think they were all sat down and shown an early cut, and I'm not positive how much they were told beforehand – I'd like to think nothing, and they just went, "Oh, crap. I'm out of a job!" But I don't know that. But they liked the movie and went, "Okay, well, obviously, we've got stuff to do." And I think you can even see that they're teasing, obviously, towards something, the Marvel uprising.
    Markus: Kevin, after a certain point, knew he wanted to bring S.H.I.E.L.D. down. And I think knew that for Avengers purposes, in a way.
    McFeely: It gives texture to stuff. Maybe they can bring it back. I don't know. But for now, you're going to have to operate in this lawless world. What kind of person are you?

    On the possibility of tackling a side character for one of the Marvel One-Shot films made for the home video releases
    Markus: There are a lot of characters who you can't quite get over the hump to get into a full-length movie that it would be great to roll out into a short. Some of them are too effects heavy. I don't know if you could afford Modok in a 12-minute movie.
    Fandango: Do a Shandling story. All the horrible stuff he's orchestrated over the years.
    Markus: Batroc and Shandling in a car.
    McFeely: Road trip!



    With Captain America: The Winter Solider currently the number one movie around the world, it’s finally time to share some of the filmmaker interviews that get into the spoilers of the film. At the recent Los Angeles press day, I landed an exclusive video interview with screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. While I’ve already posted what they said about Captain America 3 and the status of the Agent Carter TV pilot, it’s now time for the Captain America: The Winter Solider spoilers talk.

    Since I don’t want to spoil anything on the front page, I’ll mention what we talked about after the jump.
    During the interview Markus and McFeely talked about writing and designing the big third-act action set piece, the Winter Soldier storyline and how it came about, when Sebastian Stan learned the arc of his character, Nick Fury’s action scene, how the flying car fits into the relative realism of the Marvel universe, shooting in Washington DC, Stan Lee’s cameo, the post-credits scenes, Hayley Atwell, and a lot more.

    Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely Time Index:
    Basking in the early positive reviews.
    0:50 – They knew they wanted to do the Winter Soldier storyline, but didn’t know if they should save it for a later movie. They tested out a different storyline but it wasn’t as exciting.
    2:20 – Talk about when Sebastian Stan learned the arc of his character and how he approached the performance.
    3:50 – Why they gave Nick Fury his big action scene.
    4:50 – How the flying car fits into the relative realism of the Marvel universe.
    6:30 – They wanted certain DC landmarks and shooting in Washington DC was great.
    7:45 – Talk about writing and designing the big third-act action set piece.
    9:40 – They couldn’t find that could handle one action scene they wrote.
    11:10 – How they include a Stan Lee cameo in the script.
    12:20 – How the post-credits scenes came together.
    13:20 – It was important to bring Hayley Atwell into the sequel as a reminder of how messed up Captain America’s circumstances are.





























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    Courtney Stodden is vehemently anti-fur, a stance she made clear in a tiny crop top at a PETA event on Friday.

    But one thing she is definitely pro is showing some skin.

    The 19-year-old TV personality revealed her taut midriff and ample cleavage in a very low-cut grey top at the Blankets for Shelters drive at the Bob Barker Building in Los Angeles.

    The Couples Therapy star showed off her very long slender legs in a pair of black leggings and towering stilettos, as she cuddled a couple of puppies.

    She carried the pooches proudly, smiling with lips coated in bubble gum pink gloss and at one point, she even puckered up to the pups.


    Courtney shielded her eyes in oversized aviator sunglasses, masking her extremely long eyelashes and silver eye-shadow.

    Courtney is a vegetarian, having always felt uncomfortable eating animals.

    'Since I was a little girl, I never felt right eating animals,' she told Gawker last September. 'I’ve always known what the animals have went through. They’ve been abused.

    ‘They’re giving up their lives to satisfy somebody’s appetite. I also do it for the health benefits. If you’re a meat eater, you’re at a higher risk for heart disease, cancer, and stroke. It’s better to be a vegetarian, and I feel better.’

    The event on Friday saw throngs of youngsters show up bearing blankets and other pet supplies, including leashes, collars, toys, and towels – donating them to homeless animals, with 19 boxes of goods by the end of the day.


    It was hosted by Secret Life Of The American Teenager star Renee Olstead, 24, who brought her dog Sgt. Pepper to join in the fun.






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    President Barack Obama saved wife Michelle’s skirt from blowing above her head in the wind as they boarded Air Force One today.

    As the Obamas boarded the plane in Houston, Michelle’s skirt began to vigorously billow in the wind. Barack kindly placed his hand over his wife’s bottom to save her from potentially embarrassing photos.

    In doing so, the President helped Michelle avoid a fiasco similar to the ‘Marilyn moment’ experienced by the Duchess of Cambridge on Monday when she disembarked her flight in Wellington, New Zealand.

    Mr. and Mrs. Obama had been boarding Air Force One in Houston to head to Austin, Texas. It was even blustery when the couple landed - although Mrs Obama managed to dodge any potential embarrassment with ease.

    The couple are visiting the Southwestern city to tour the LBJ Presidential Library, as well as attend commemoration ceremonies for the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.



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    Indiana Jones or Han Solo?
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    I feel sheepish writing about Suite Francaise since I saw it at a test screening. I don't know the etiquette involved in such a situation but I didn't sign anything that said I shouldn't. However I will speculate on its awards potential as opposed to writing a review as the film could possibly change before being released. The movie tells the story of French village during German occupation in 1940 and in particular Lucille (Michelle Williams), a French woman whose husband is away fighting in the war and her relationships with her disapproving mother-in-law (Kristin Scott Thomas) and  with the German officer (Matthias Schoenaerts) who gets to live at their home by law.

    Awards wise I was mainly interested in Michelle Williams. She has knocked me over with her transcendent performance in Blue Valentine and became one of my favorites. She has three nominations already which means she might be considered due a win and this had the potential to be a big fat juicy role that could get her there. I'm sad to report I do not see it as an Oscar wining performance. She is of course great : emotional and open and without question the movie is her story. She gets to be repressed and timid, then open as she falls in love. She gets to be courageous and willful and gets lots of loving close ups showing all these feelings she's feeling. But she's also saddled with an irksome narration, and the tone of the movie is all over the place. Is it a big weepy romance a la The English Patient? Is it a wartime at home story a la Hope and Glory? Is it a story about the French Resistance a la The Last Metro? It tries to be all and never settles on a wining tone.

    The tone is important in that it doesn't give the performance the space to build and really hit the emotional spot. And for that I think she might be nominated because 1) she's good and 2) she has a strong history with awards. But I don't see this movie and performance riding a wave of critical accolades and cinephile love to an Oscar win.

    Matthias Schoenaerts in my mind was the standout performance. But it is a very recessive subtle one that is unlikely to get noticed. Kristin Scott Thomas is her usual funny brittleness and could get carried in Williams' coattails if the movie resonates. Costumes and cinematography are possibilities. But ultimately this is a very good production that is not inventive or particularly original to stand out.

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  • 04/13/14--13:40: Olivier Awards 2014
  • Has precious rainbow-shitting Tom Hiddleston won the award?



    NO! Damn... here a couple of pretty pictures from the red carpet though.







    Source: pics of Tom and McAvoy, and people - JustJared

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    She is set to take on the lead in the West End musical of version Made in Dagenham.
    But Gemma Arterton looked anything other than a factory worker when she arrived to co-host The Laurence Olivier Awards on Sunday evening at the Royal Albert Hall alongside Stephen Mangan.The 28-year-old looked the picture of cool dressed in a fitted pale blue gown, which looked particularly striking as she walked the red carpet.

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    Saw this coming tbh. idk what her mom was thinking getting her a new puppy so soon.







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    She's the catwalk queen who has already been through her fair share of controversy.
    And it would seem that Cara Delevingne may have always been something of a wild child after new pictures have emerged of her as teenager smoking a suspicious-looking cigarette (op: lol).

    The snaps, taken when the supermodel was just 16, show the schoolgirl puffing away on what appears to be a large roll-up while surrounded by her pals in Hyde Park.

    According to the Sunday Mirror newspaper, the shots were taken by a friend after the group attended a 16th birthday party at London's upmarket The Ritz hotel.

    In another snap, fun-loving Cara, now 21, is seen brandishing a cigarette in the direction of the camera, while grinning away as she held a bottle of champagne in her other hand.

    A third and final candid picture shows the London-born beauty pulling one of her trademark funny faces as she and her pals are surrounded by various smoking paraphernalia.


    It is believed Cara, now the face of the likes of Chanel and Burberry, was still a pupil at £10,000-a-year Hampshire private school, Bedales at the time the shots were taken.
    A friend of the model told the Sunday Mirror: 'Everyone had been to The Ritz for a 16th birthday dinner, then wandered into the park for some fun.
    'Cara was always confident she was going to be a successful model when she left school – that’s part of the reason she sort of flunked her GCSEs before she left.


    'She didn’t think she needed to work because she was going to be the next Kate Moss.'
    Cara is currently at Coachella Festival in Palm Springs, California, celebrating her elder sister Poppy's hen do ahead of her upcoming wedding, alongside the likes of Sienna Miller, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Emma Roberts.
    The model of the moment has previously admitted she she often finds herself acting as an agony aunt to her young fans, after seeing her own mum, Pandora, battling a heroin addiction when she was a child.

    Speaking to Industrie magazine, Cara said last uear: 'It’s so hard when you’re young and you feel so alone. They talk to me about anything, really – eating disorders, depression, family problems, especially because they know the things that may have gone on in my life, stuff with my mother.
    'It’s really sweet. It’s horrible, the stuff they go through. I try as much as I can to help by saying one little thing like "hello". It cheers them up. It’s the coolest. Kids should speak to each other.

    'They’re horrid to each other online, they bully each other – they should shut up and stop it. The problem with social media is there is too much freedom. It’s too much, too young.'
    MailOnline has contacted a representative for Cara Delevingne for comment.


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    Saying that Lady Gaga is a pro at eclectic transformations is a huge understatement. Her outer appearance, whether she’s donning a meat dress, sporting a new hair color, or being slathered in paint, sometimes radiates louder than her music. Each look is a critical statement and Gaga has never denied that. Now Mother Monster is opening up about a new trick of the trade, a surprising beauty regimen that is sort of shocking for the singer who just turned 28: facelift tape.

    Saying that Lady Gaga is a pro at eclectic transformations is a huge understatement. Her outer appearance, whether she’s donning a meat dress, sporting a new hair color, or being slathered in paint, sometimes radiates louder than her music. Each look is a critical statement and Gaga has never denied that. Now Mother Monster is opening up about a new trick of the trade, a surprising beauty regimen that is sort of shocking for the singer who just turned 28: facelift tape.

    In an interview with the Daily Mirror the pop star discloses her very particular daily morning routine, which includes figuring out what sort of look she’d like to portray on that day.

    "When I have my wig cap on and I’m taping my face, it’s a sort of meditation for me. Every day, it starts the same way. It’s like a mantra. I wash my face, I pin my hair back and put on a wig cap and I ask, 'How am I going to form my eyes today with this tape? How will I pull back my neck with tape?'"

    Gaga’s look can be distinctively different from day-to-day, but we’d never take her for using facelift tape. Her varied appearance always seemed to be smoke and mirrors, and simply crafty makeup. She adds that her use of tape, to shape her cheeks and eyes, comes from a place of honesty.

    “Looking artificial can be honest. Being glamorous can come from a place of authenticity and a place of love," she said.

    The Daily Mirror also contacted a plastic surgeon to get an expert opinion on Gaga’s beauty techniques and the harmful effects facelift tape can have.

    "By taping your face tight, you are reducing the circulation which means there are less nutrients getting to the skin, so abnormal collagen will be produced," Jeya Prakash said. "This is like internal scarring as different types of cells form the skin - like with a scar. In the long term, it will speed up the ageing process."

    You hear that little monsters? Don’t scurry off and start taping up your faces.


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    It's dubbed America's very own Glastonbury, but there's no need to pack you wellies for this music festival! Nope, in the Californian sunshine, Coachella is all about tiny shorts, flowered headbands and, uh, long black goth coats?

    Well, for Kendall Jenner at least.

    The model/reality star/Harry Styles' ex has been strutting her stuff at the music festival in an interesting wardrobe choice - a black floor-length lace coat.

    And she's not alone. Her little sis Kylie has turned all punk rock on us and their new BFF Selena Gomez has obvs been hanging out in the same shops too as she looked like she'd turned a pair of her granny's curtains into a sheer basic bitch dress.

    Then there was Katy Perry. Rocking green vomit hair, the Roar star was barely recognisable as she watched Lorde bore the crowd.



    But don't worry. With the likes of model Cara Delevingne and her sister Poppy on hand, the style stakes are still running high.

    They've been spotted with Brit actress Sienna Miller and Jackie Swerz looking suitably fashionable.

    Other ladies setting a good sartorial example include supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley who was snapped parading around the festival in a teeny tiny pair of shorts, which showcased her endless legs.

























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    Paris looked qt this weekend imo & Kesha looked so good, is that a ring on ha finger?

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    Labor MP Gareth Thomas has called for soaps to better represent East Asian communities in Britain.

    The MP for Harrow West also urged new Culture Secretary Sajid Javid to make sure the Arts Council and Ofcom do more to promote and monitor the diversity of the shows' employees.


    Gareth Thomas says that soaps do not represent East Asian communities

    He said that soaps like EastEnders and Coronation Street have "disappointing" records when it comes to casting East Asian characters.

    The politician explained: "In nearly 30 years I'm told EastEnders has only ever had one regular East Asian character, a young female DVD seller who lasted just six months.

    "Given that the East End of London remains one of our most ethnically diverse areas, it's a little odd that Albert Square hasn't had so much as even the proverbial clichéd Chinese takeaway.

    "Coronation Street has a similarly disappointing record, waiting until 2011 before an East Asian character appeared there - again they lasted just four months."


    Thomas has criticized records of soaps like EastEnders and Coronation Street

    PA quotes him as adding: "And hospital dramas such as Casualty, Doctors and Holby City have a similarly disappointing record, which again given the number of East Asians working in our hospitals, including in senior roles, seems somewhat at odds with the reality of a very diverse workforce in the NHS.

    "So actors who have spoken to me worry too that any East Asian actor who is unable or unwilling to embody a stereotype will simply be unable to build any kind of career given the lack of opportunities to play appropriate and non-stereotypical roles."

    Tom Brake, Deputy Commons Leader, responded to Thomas's comments, saying: "I think we would all support the idea that people who appear on our screens or airwaves should be fully representative of the population as a whole and in roles that do not stereotype."

    Former Coronation Street star Shobna Gulati last year called for greater cultural diversity on TV, saying: "Opportunities are not easy and anyone who says the color of my skin doesn't affect me within British society would be lying."

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    the mention about hospital dramas reminds me of how people will defend nearly all white casting in the name of realism, but don't say shit about how most hospital shows only have one or two asians in the cast.

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    We’ve all played a horrifically-awful game and berated ourselves for wasting our time, money, and effort. But what is it, exactly, that makes a game empirically bad? Jamin Warren of PBS’s Game/Show takes a look at some of the worst games of all time, and what it is that makes us hate them so very much.

    What’s your least-favorite game? And you can’t say “anything by David Cage,” because that’s my answer!

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    Science fiction fans were left doubly disappointed over the weekend after Benedict Cumberbatch announced that he would not be starring in the new Star Wars films or playing any part in Doctor Who.

    Speaking at the Oz Comic Con in Sydney, Australia yesterday, Cumberbatch said that he would not be taking part in either of the franchises.

    According to the entertainment site The Iris, which was live-tweeting from the event, the 37-year-old actor told the audience “I would've liked a part in JJ's [Abrams] new Star Wars but it won't happen sadly.”

    Cumberbatch then delivered another crushing blow during the question and answer session by dismissing any rumours he would be starring in Doctor Who.

    “I’m never gonna play The Doctor and nothing to do with the Whoniverse.”

    The news may come as a disappointment to fans of the British actor best-known for role as the modern day super-sleuth in Sherlock and Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness.

    Cumberbatch was one of the names touted about when Matt Smith announced he would be leaving the role of the Time Lord last year.

    Although writer Steven Moffat oversees both Sherlock and Doctor Who, Cumberbatch will not be playing a part in the latter.

    According to the Hollywood Reporter, filming is now underway on Episode VII. The new Star Wars films will serve as a follow up to 1983’s Return of the Jedi and is being directed by JJ Abrams, who also helms the rebooted Star Trek films.

    Some of the original cast members, including Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher are rumoured to be reprising their roles, with Peter Mayhew now confirmed to be playing the loveable Wookie Chewbacca.

    While there is speculation that Girls star Adam Driver, Downton Abbey’s Ed Speelers and Lupita Nyong’o will also have roles in the forthcoming instalment.


    Cumberbatch will next be starring as Richard III for a BBC production and will be taking to the stage in Hamlet next year.

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    Miley Cyrus recorded and seemed to take delight in a fight that broke out between two females fans at her BANGERZ concert in Detroit on

    In one video, you see two young women grabbing at each other while Cyrus pulls out her camera phone to record it.

    And in a second video, posted to Instagram by Cyrus, the singer tapes one of the combatants and then turns the camera on herself to exclaim with a certain degree of glee, “Catfight!”

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    her acoustic set got the crowd too turnt
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    Hey everybody! You know what's up. It is time, once again, to meet the Angry Reader of the Week, spotlighting you, the very special readers of this website. Over the years, I've been able to connect with a lot of cool folks, and this is a way of showing some appreciation and attention to the people who help make this blog what it is. This week's Angry Reader is Arden Cho.

    Who are you?

    I'm just a girl.

    What are you?

    I'm a Christian (oop), a performer, an actor, and a singer.

    Where are you?

    Los Angeles, city of dreams.

    Where are you from?

    Born in Amarillo, Texas. Grew up in Plano, Texas. Went to high school in Apple Valley, Minnesota. Went to college in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.

    What do you do?

    Monday through Friday I'm Kira Yukimura on Teen Wolf. On the weekends I'm performing at shows or speaking at universities. When I'm not working I'm spending time with family & friends, serving at my church, eating good food, making music and attempting to catch up on sleep.

    What are you all about?

    Live life with purpose and love. Be generous, loving and encouraging. Follow your heart and don't be afraid to fail because only through failure do you learn to succeed.

    What makes you angry?

    Haters that just hate for no reason and want others to hate with them. To be more specific, bullies, haters and gossipers in the Asian American Community. People who go out of their way to lie and spread rumors to make someone else look bad because they can't stomach anyone else being successful or happy. Basically people that spread hate. Bullies who constantly bring you down and try to crush your dreams by picking you apart. What makes me even more angry is that most of these bullies are people in their late 20s, 30s and 40s. Bullies in general make me angry but once you’ve grown out of your teens, I believe there are no more excuses to intimidate and hate on others, be it to advance in life or just doing it for the sake of. Asian Americans who are focused on bringing others down more than supporting this community are the ones who are hurt us the most.

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    dang @ her last answer. at first i thought maybe she was talking about either the bullying she received as a child or the hate she might have received for replacing allison, but she specifically mentions asian-american bullies, so idk.

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  • 04/13/14--15:59: MTV Movie Awards red carpet
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