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    They're both actresses, and, judging from a recent outing, they're both chic dressers.

    On Tuesday Kate Beckinsale showed just how fond she is of her mother Judy Loe when she stepped out in London in an outfit that was similar to the 67-year-old matriarch's.

    Not only did the two have on matching grey scarves, but the 40-year-old Underworld star also copied her mum's love for animal print. While Kate sported leopard, her mother wore zebra.


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    Alex Turner defends Arctic Monkeys over concert criticism - Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner has spoken out after the band's former touring partners, The Orwells, criticized the rockers for performing the same "synchronised" show at every concert.

    The Orwells served as the support act for the Brainstorm hitmakers on their tour earlier this year (14), but alleged that the group played the same gig every night, even down to the quips Turner gave to the crowd.

    Guitarist Matt O'Keefe told, "When you're playing arenas and everything, it's a huge production then the show has to become synchronised to work... So every night no matter how he (Turner) was feeling he'd go into that opening riff. It was the exact same ad-libs he was putting between the songs. So we were with them for about 50 dates, you saw them once and you'd pretty much seen every date that they'd played."

    Now Turner has finally responded to the criticism, saying, "They should have been out trying to get laid instead of watching us every night."

    He added, "I don't think that's fair (to call it synchronised). There comes a time on a tour when something works and you tend to leave it alone. We have been changing it around a little bit.

    "You can't mess around with it too much. It's almost like the show isn't designed to be watched by the same person every night. Nowadays people share the set lists, but I'm by no means f**king phoning it in. It's not like we have (pre-recorded) tracks, we're up there f**king doing it."

    Some background:

    The original comments made by The Orwells -

    Explaining what they saw, guitarist Matt O'Keefe said: "When you're playing arenas and everything, it's a huge production, then the show has to become synchronised to work. So every night, no matter how he [Alex Turner] was feeling, he'd go into that opening riff. It was the exact same ad-libs he was putting between the songs. So we were with them for about 50 dates, you saw them once and you'd pretty much seen every date that they'd played."

    However, frontman Mario Cuomo did not approve: "You don't have to take that route," he said. "You can get that level of success with those size venues, that sort of thing, but still treat it as a spontaneous show at a small club. So it all just depends on the band, what they're going for and what they feel comfortable with. I would feel super uncomfortable if I knew what I was going to say in between songs."

    And the semi/sarcastic apology they later offered -

    frontman Mario Cuomo joked about the furor over the band’s words, announcing: "That's from our new album, 'AM'". He then added: "We would never slag off the biggest band in England right now."

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    Man, this has been fun to do…and the response has been great! If there’s any DC titles you’ve been waiting for you may find them here. After the last couple of DC heroes have been listed (some villains will pop up later) we’re going to get stuck in to the Marvel catalogue!


    #21 – Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

    When Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy unfolded on our screens many declared it the first ‘real’ version of Batman in cinema. What they mean by that is that it’s the closest to Frank Miller’s version of the character – the dark, mysterious and gritty vigilante that has become the template for Batman since 1986. This remarkable story shed the camp and goofy image of the character in favour of the Dark Knight we know today. An older, retired Bruce Wayne returns as Batman and sends shockwaves through Gotham. An amazing read.


    #25 – Batman: Knightfall

    There’s a reason why Batman comic readers were giddy about Bane appearing in The Dark Knight Rises. When the villain was introduced in Knightfall he launched an elaborate scheme against the Bat. After bringing down the walls of Arkham Asylum and leaving the inmates to run amok in the city he runs Batman through a gauntlet of foes, leaving him physically and psychologically exhausted, before the iconic confrontation at Wayne Manor.


    #27 – Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon

    Perhaps the most surprising comic-book series in recent memory, Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye exploded onto the scene in 2012 to phenomenal reviews and utter enjoyment by fans.  The series literally couldn’t stay on the shelves as it became pretty difficult to grab a copy of the first handful of issues in this run.  Clint Barton is one of my all-time favorite comic characters so to say that this series struck a chord with me is a bit of an understatement.  It’s drawn in a gorgeously “throwback” style while exploring the personality of a hero we haven’t really known this way before.  It’s oftentimes dialogue-heavy with a focus on character-development and less on high-flying theatrics – though that’s not to say that the action isn’t furious and well balanced.  It’s a delightfully engaging read that I couldn’t put down from day one as I found myself more and more in love with the brilliant writing.  If you come away wanting to read only one of the newer graphic novels from this article than I urge you to go with Hawkeye, you won’t regret it.


    #28 – The Ultimates: Super-Human

    Marvel would have been smart to make this a more heavily promoted book to coincide with The Avengers in cinemas. Unlike the main Avengers comic series new readers can enjoy this without knowing the extensive backstory and wide array of characters. Iron Man, Capt. America, Thor, Giant Man, Hulk, Wasp, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and others are introduced like new characters and embark on some truly spectacular city wide battles.


    #29 – X-Men: Days of Future Past

    Chris Claremont’s two issue story published during the early days of the second incarnation of X-Men created ripples through the canon that are still being explored today, and forms the basis for the next feature film. The story takes part on two timelines, beginning with one far in the future. Following the assassination of a senator pushing for mutant registration the US government unleashes a horde of giant, mutant hunting robotic Sentinels to handle matters. The machines take control of the country (in the interest of keeping the peace) and the few remaining heroes struggle to survive underground. Kitty Pride telepathically merges with her younger self to help the modern day X-Men avert the horrible fate.

    5 more at the source

    Before anyone freaks out about The Killing Joke not showing up yet, there's a whole separate upcoming section for villain-centric stories.

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    The Daily Mail has printed an apology to the author JK Rowling in which it states that it has paid her substantial damages over an article that claimed she had told a misleading "sob story."

    The article, published on 27 September 2013, suggested she had falsely accused churchgoers of stigmatising her because she was a single mother. It was headlined "How JK's sob story about her single mother past surprised and confused the church members who cared for her."

    The paper admitted liability in January, when it agreed to publish the correction and pay damages to Rowling. But the Mail disputed details of the settlement.

    In the high court last month, Mr Justice Tugendhat that Rowling could make a statement about the case despite objections from Associated Newspapers, the Mail's publisher, about the contents of the statement.

    He ruled that "there is no sufficient reason" for refusing Rowling permission to read it.

    Wednesday's apology, at the foot of page 2, states:

    "Our September 28, 2013 article 'How JK's sob story about her single mother past surprised and confused the church members who cared for her' suggested that JK Rowling made a knowingly false and inexcusable claim in an article for the Gingerbread charity that people at her church had stigmatised her and cruelly taunted her for being a single mother.

    In fact Mrs Rowling recounted only one incident where a visitor to the church sitgmatised and taunted her on a particular day. We accept that Ms Rowling's article did not contain any false claims and apologise for any contrary suggestion and have agreed to pay substantial damages to Ms Rowling, which she is donating to charity, and a contribution to her legal costs."


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    Bradley Cooper showcased his buff new look last night as he attended the Met Ball alongside stunning other half Suki Waterhouse and the couple looked amazing as they were snapped arriving at Rihanna's after party following the celeb-filled bash. But the real question of the night in terms of the Hollywood couple is - are they finally engaged?

    Suki could be seen wearing a rather large rock on her wedding finger earlier on in the evening as she walked the red carpet without her other half and as the pair were spotted arriving at Rihanna's after party later on in the night, she conveniently put her hand in her pocket as she clutched onto Bradley's with the other.

    Bradley has recently gained a whopping 40 pounds or so for his upcoming role in American Sniper and he looked rather protective of his other half as the pair made their way into the NYC venue, after they were snapped walking the red carpet separately at the celeb-filled event.
    A source told the Sunday Mirror: "Suki's career is flying in London. She's one of the hottest people on the London fashion scene and doesn't want to lose momentum."

    "But Bradley is keen for them to live closer together, and has his home and production company, 22, in LA. He's trying to tempt her to move so they won't have to fly around the world to see each other."



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    If we had to choose one way to describe Lea Michele (besides "funny," "gorgeous," and "extremely talented"), we would pick "inspirational." Not only does she play one of the most musically dynamic characters on television, she also has an incredible outlook on life and a repeat-worthy album to boot.

    But off the stage and outside the studio, the star is (somehow) even more admirable, supporting charities for everything from LGBTQ youth to homelessness, and serving as an ambassador for L'Oréal's Women of Worth, which is all about celebrating those who make a difference in their communities through philanthropy."I feel so blessed to have such a cool job and a great life and family," she says, "but at the end of the day, giving back is truly what makes it all worth it." Um, role model much?

    So obviously Lea inspires us, which got us thinking: Who (and what, and where) inspires her? We asked her to share her biggest influences—and now they can be yours, too.

    Favorite Songs
    "Kelly Clarkson's 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You Makes You)' is one of my favorite songs about strength and power. It was written by Ali Temposi who also wrote 'On My Way' for my record Louder."

    "'Firework' by Katy Perry gives me strength and makes me smile."

    Favorite Female Performers
    From one Teen Vogue cover girl to another, "Lorde is amazing. She writes all her own songs and they're like poetry."

    "Sia is an incredible singer but also a fierce song writer. Her songs are so powerful, raw, and truthful."

    "I loveAlanis Morisette. She's so amazing! All of her songs are lyrically so beautiful and vocally she's so strong."

    Favorite Movie
    If you've ever seen an episode of Glee, this answer may not come as a surprise to you: "My favorite movie is Funny Girl. I love Barbra Streisand and her character Fanny Brice is so inspiring. She's a woman trying to balance fame and love and she always leads with her heart which I admire. But she's so strong and true to herself."

    Favorite Place
    "Anywhere in New York City brings me inspiration. Just walking down the street while listening to music makes me feel strong and confident."

    Favorite people
    "My family and friends are such great inspiration for me all the time. I think it's so important to surround yourself with positive strong people who motivate you and make you a better you."

    And some last advice on confidence and self-worth: "Being your true self is the best, most empowering thing you can do. Finding joy and peace within is the greatest thing and makes you feel invincible and unstoppable."

    what is your advice on confidence and self-worth, ontd?

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    here's nothing quite as disheartening as seeing your Instagram feed full of smug yogis when you're about to tuck into your weekly Nando's.

    Even more so when they're attractive celebrities. We get it, if you can do a downward dog or a bridge pose, you want to show it off.

    But do you have to do it every single day Hilaria Baldwin? And in weird places at that (we're talking cars and baby cribs)?

    From Miranda Kerr to Alessandra Ambrosio and Madonna to Naomi Campbell, here are celebrities that just can't stop showing off while doing yoga.

    Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse
    The supermodels show us doing yoga by yourself is for losers as they create a fancy yoga pose in New York.

    Gisele Bunchen
    What is it with supermodels and yoga? Giselle Bunchen joins fellow Victoria's Secret Angels Alessandra Ambrosio and Miranda Kerr in the yoga craze.

    Alessandra Ambrosio
    Didn't you know? Doing yoga at the gym is so uncool. Alessandra Ambrosio does it in the desert instead.

    Michelle Rodriguez
    Because a headstand is always better in front of a Bugati sports-car. Obviously.

    Naomi Campbell
    Naomi Campbell might have taken a tumble or two on the catwalk, but when it comes to yoga, she's as steady as a rock.


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    "If she was 16 that's understandable...but 14 is not acceptable"

    Yes, "Romeo and Juliet" features some of the most romantic dialogue Shakespeare ever wrote -- but it's not quite so alluring when you think that Juliet was barely a teenager. With that in mind, you might understand why "Gypsy Sisters" star Nettie Stanley wasn't all that thrilled when her daughter Nukkie wanted to run off with her very first boyfriend, Pookie Small (don't you love these names?). It's "Romeo and Juliet" Gypsy style, with bad clothing and neon pink nails! In this exclusive clip from "My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding" (Thurs. May 8 at 9:00 p.m. ET), get a glimpse of Nukkie and Pookie's rush to the altar.

    After two years, Nukkie finally has her mom's support (or has just worn her down) and it's all systems go for a wedding. Alas, Nettie isn't too thrilled about her new in-law Dovie Small, so there's always the chance the wedding could go up in flames or at least end in a fistfight. It won't be the classiest wedding, but it could be the most explosive!


    What is the right age to get married ONTD?

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    In a recent AskMeAnything on Reddit, Kylie Minogue was asked once again about a duet with Madonna…

    Question: When is the damn Madonna/Kylie duet going to happen?!?
    Kylie Minogue: Good question. Who knows. Of course I would love to duet with the icon herself. Let’s see what happens.

    It’s not the first time Kylie Minogue has mentioned Madonna.
    In a promo interview for her latest album with the Huffington Post…

    HP: Over the years you’ve worked with some great artists and songwriters. Is there anyone left on your wishlist?
    Kylie Minogue: So many!

    HP: What about Madonna?
    Kylie Minogue: Of course! That would be incredible! It’s like maybe the world would stop mid orbit! Yeah, it would be incredible. I don’t know if it would ever happen. Maybe it’s something that will live in our imagination.

    Interview with LOOK magazine…

    (I also admire) Madonna.
    She is still the Madonna she was when she was 17;
    She’s never going to be anyone else.
    She’s amazing.

    Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen…

    She was a massive inspiration, still is…
    My favourite Madonna song? So many, but I’m particularly fond of Borderline.

    I only met her twice, but we have a few friends in common, so I kind of feel like I know her. Well, we all feel like we know her a little bit, because she’s an icon, but I can’t say that I do know her.


    ONTD what are your favorite Kylie or Madonna performances?

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    Look at my shee-yit... again. Yep, what started as iffy-sounding, blog-based rumor a couple of months ago seems now to have become a real thing: Harmony Korine's girls-gone-wild provocation "Spring Breakers" is getting a sequel.

    French sales and production company Wild Bunch this morning revealed an intriguing slate of titles that they'll be hawking this month at the Cannes market -- the parallel universe of low-profile and/or unproduced projects that runs busily alongside the film festival itself. Among them were a number of exciting-sounding ventures from name directors, including Gaspar Noé, Paul Verhoeven, Arnaud Desplechin and reigning Palme d'Or winner Abdellatif Kechiche.

    Naturally, however, the project that has grabbed all the headlines is "Spring Breakers: The Second Coming." A follow-up that will reportedly feature a mix of old and new cast members -- don't count on Selena Gomez returning, at least -- it will follow the original Breakers as they declare war on a group of militant Christians out to rescue them from their debauchery.

    Unsurprisingly, the first film's writer-director Harmony Korine isn't on board. But get this: the screenplay has been written by Irvine Welsh, the Scottish author of cult novel "Trainspotting." Swedish director Jonas Akerlund will take the helm: though he's directed three previous features, most recently the Matt Lucas comedy "Small Apartments," he remains best known for his music videos for such artists as Madonna, Beyoncé, U2 and Lady Gaga.

    Wild Bunch head Vincent Maraval states, “It’s not a direct sequel although there are allusions to some of the characters in the original.” Sounds to me like a direct-to-DVD cash-in, in a similar vein to "American Psycho 2" -- a mostly unrelated follow-up to a film that, like "Spring Breakers," boasted more cult cachet than box office muscle. Even if you're one of the many who admired "Spring Breakers" (I wasn't, though it made Kris' Top 10 last year), it seems to me a film best appreciated as a kind of stateless mirage; there's little to be gained from going back there.

    Anyway, for more details on Wild Bunch's slate -- which includes Kechiche tackling teenage male sexuality this time in "The Real Wound," and a Nicolas Winding Refn-produced remake of "Maniac Cop" -- check out the Screen International rundown here. As for the "Spring Breakers: The Second Coming," are you down for it? Or is it best to let sleeping Aliens lie? Tell us in the comments.


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    According to various sources, former Misfits frontman Glenn Danzig is suing current Misfits bassist Jerry Only over rights to a lucrative merchandising deal with Hot Topic. Additionally, Danzig claims that Jerry Only registered trademarks “for everything Misfits-related in 2000″ behind the singer’s back.

    The Misfits’ iconic mascot, known as the ‘Crimson Ghost’ or the ‘Fiend Skull,’ is one of music’s most recognizable symbols. An insane amount of Misfits merch has been created featuring the piece of art, but according to Glenn Danzig, he’s been missing out on a large chunk of royalties from the merch sold.

    Reported by Re-Tox, Danzig has filed suit against Jerry Only, whose real name is Gerald Caiafa. On April 3, Glenn Danzig filed a complaint with the California Central District Court claiming Trademark Infringement. Gerald Caiafa has been named as the defendant, along with Cyclopian Music Inc., which was formed by Jerry Only and former Misfits guitarist Doyle in 1987.

    The Trademark Infringement suit dates back to a 1994 contract, in which Danzig, Jerry Only and other agreed to share ownerships of Misfits trademarks for merchandising purposes.

    Interestingly enough, according to Noisey, Danzig added a little sting in Section 9 of the complaint:

    After forming the band, Danzig replaced the original bass player with Caiafa, whose primary qualification was that he had recently received a bass guitar for Christmas.

    As for the merch itself, Hot Topic currently lists a ton of Misfits items, including shirts, music, bags, socks and even bikinis on the shop’s website.

    Stay tuned for more info on Glenn Danzig’s lawsuit against Jerry Only as news breaks.

    from loudwire
    This is for the 5 people who know The Misfits. Jerry Only has slowly been ruinning the band and the image that was built. Everything from changing lyrics and making it family friendly. They made a deal and surprise, Only is being a jerk. Danzig needs more kitty litter!

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    It's all fun and games until someone gets hit in the head with a shovel. TMZ has learned police are investigating the infamous "shovel girl" video, and assault charges now loom.

    By now you've seen the video: two girls are fighting when one grabs a shovel and throws it at the other, nailing her in the back of the head as she hightails it out.

    Now a rep for the Miami County Sheriff's office in Ohio tells TMZ they've assigned a deputy to investigate after they were contacted by the girls' high school. Maj. Steve Lord tells TMZ the girl who threw the shovel could be charged with assault or disorderly conduct.

    We think we know what Exhibit A would be.


    ONTD, have you ever beat someone up?

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    What ever happened to predictability? It’s NOWHERE to be found in this mock trailer for a horror film, cleverly and creepily constructed using nothing but footage from saccharine sitcom Full House.

    The sheer number of Full House moments that become disturbing once pulled out of context will have you rethinking your long-held position that Kimmy Gibbler was the most sinister part of the show. Maybe she was actually fighting against the evil, subversive powers next door — masked by the TGIF marketing machine — by bugging the hell out of them.

    s o u r c e

    edit: added a trigger warning...

    The scary "Mary Poppins" trailer is way better imo. Anyway, this is an excuse for a creepy post, so share any creepy anecdotes/stories/images/etc.!

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    Lordy Lorde!

    New Zealand alt-pop star Lorde and Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons are the first performers announced for the MuchMusic Video Awards on June 15.

    The MMVAs, held at Much’s Queen and John headquarters and surrounding streets in Toronto, are celebrating their 25th anniversary this year and more performers, presenters and nominees will be announced in the coming weeks.

    The awards will be simulcast live on Much, CTV, and CTV Go (9 pm. ET/6 p.m. PT) with a red carpet special beginning an hour before.

    MuchMusic also unveiled nominees for Your Fave Video of the Year, Your Fave International Artist/Group, and Your Fave Artist/Group - with Toronto rapper Drake and Vancouver pop act Hedley among the multiple nominees - and fans can visit to cast their vote and choose the wildcard nominee in each category and voting closes May 19.

    No surprisingly, Lorde and Imagine Dragons are among the Your Fave International Artist/Group nominees.

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    For a limited time, Hostess is introducing new X-Men themed eXtreme Crème Twinkies with flavors with Blue Raspberry and Strawberry creamy fillings.

    Each specially marked package contains a promo code that you can enter at Hostess’ Facebook page for a chance to win daily prizes.

    The grand prize includes a 5-day/4-night X-Men adventure for 4 in Montreal, Canada. The daily prizes includes X-Men gear pack, X-Men and The Wolverine Blu-ray collection,Fandango eGift card, Movie posters, and Hostess snacks.

    The promo for this movie makes me wanna:

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    With the announcement that Rainbow Rowell’s beloved young adult novel Eleanor and Park will be adapted for film, directly following the news that John Green’s Paper Towns is also headed to the big screen, here are TIME’s recommendations for 8 other YA books worthy of a screenplay — plus, just for fun, the actors who would be perfect in the starring roles.

    Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson
    This story has the opportunity to make a true impact for teens and parents by shedding light on the heartbreaking effects of bulimia and anorexia. Dream casting: Troian Bellisario as Lia, with Bunheads favorite Julia Goldani Telles as Cassie.

    The Truth About Forever by Sarah Dessen
    Two of Dessen’s books were merged together for Mandy Moore’s How to Deal in 2003 but fell quite short of impressive. The Truth About Forever mixes typical adolescent issues with love and loss that would shine on screen. Dream casting: Elle Fanning as Macy

    The Magicians by Lev Grossman
    Harry Potter for the older set still hits a nerve when it comes to young adults in this series by Grossman (who, full disclosure, writes for TIME). Better yet? Its third installment is due out in August. The movie was once picked up as a TV show but the pilot wasn’t green-lit. Dream casting: The Way, Way Back’s Liam James as Quentin

    Prep by Curtis Sittenfeld
    Misfit Lee Fiora heads to a Massachusetts prep school full of questions about her sexuality, identity and where she falls among the WASP-y elite. Think of it as a not-so-popular girl mingling with the Nate Archibalds of the world. Dream casting: Elizabeth Olsen as Lee.

    Looking for Alaska by John Green
    Being honest, everything John Green writes could be adapted for the screen and this heartbreaker is no exception. Dream casting: Logan Lerman as Miles Halter while AnnaSophia Robb (pictured) would work wonders with Alaska’s moody and elusive persona.

    source: time

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    For fans looking to expand a Disney music collection: You'll soon have no worries for the rest of your days.

    That's because Walt Disney Records announced plans Tuesday to release a dozen albums called "The Legacy Collection." There will be 11 soundtracks for popular films and one album marking the opening of Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif.

    The albums will be released through 2015 on noteworthy anniversaries. First up is The Lion King, which turns 20 next month, according to a Walt Disney Records press release.

    Each album in the new collection will feature the original soundtrack with additional documentary content, according to the statement, and new art by Disney artist Lorelay Bove will give the albums a cohesive look.

    "It's going to be for people who are Disney fans, and music fans and collectors," Rob Souriall, the vice president of global marketing for Walt Disney Records, told USA TODAY Network. He described the albums as having a book-like appearance to display on shelves.

    The Lion King album, available starting June 24, will include a half-hour of previously unreleased music and liner notes from the composer and producer.

    Disc One
    1. "Circle of Life/ Nants' Ingonyama" Performed by Carmen Twillie, African Vocals Performed by Lebo M
    2. "Didn't Your Mother Tell You Not to Play With Your Food" Score
    3. "We Are All Connected" Score
    4. "Hyenas in the Pride Land" Score
    5. "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" Performed by Jason Weaver with Rowan Atkinson and Laura Williams
    6. "Elephant Graveyard" Score
    7."I Was Just Trying to Be Brave" Score
    8. "Be Prepared" Performed by Jeremy Irons with Whoopi Goldberg, Cheech Marin and Jim Cummings
    9. "Simba, It's to Die For" Score
    10. "Stampede" Score
    11. "Mufasa Dies" Score
    12. "If You Ever Come Back We'll Kill You" Score
    13. "Bowling for Buzzards" Score
    14. "Hakuna Matata" Performed by Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella with Jason Weaver and Joseph Williams
    15. "We Gotta Bone to Pick With You" Score
    16. " Kings of the Past" Score
    17. "Nala, Is It Really You?" Score
    18. "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" Performed by Joseph Williams and Sally Dworsky with Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella and Kristle Edwards
    19. " Remember Who You Are" Score
    20. " This Is My Home" Score
    21. " The Rightful King" Score

    Disc Two
    1. "The Morning Report" Performed by James Earl Jones, Jeff Bennett and Evan Saucedo
    2. "Warthog Rhapsody" Performed by Nathan Lane and Ernie Sabella
    3. "We Are All Connected" Score Demo
    4. "I Was Just Trying to Be Brave" Score Demo
    5. "Stampede" Score Demo
    6. "Mufasa Dies" Score Demo
    7. "This Is My Home" Score Demo
    8. "The Rightful King" Score Demo
    9. "Circle of Life" Instrumental Demo
    10. "Circle of Life" Performed by Elton John
    11. "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" Performed by Elton John
    12. "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" (End Title) Performed by Elton John

    Walt Disney Records provided the following release schedule.

    The Lion King, 20th anniversary, 6/24/14
    Mary Poppins, 50th anniversary,8/26/14
    Sleeping Beauty, 55th anniversary, 10/7/14
    The Little Mermaid, 25th anniversary, 11/17/14

    Fantasia, 75th anniversary, 1/3/15
    Pinocchio, 75th anniversary, 2/3/15
    Toy Story, 20th anniversary, 3/17/15
    Disneyland, 60th anniversary, 4/7/15
    Lady and the Tramp, 60th anniversary, 5/12/15
    Pocahontas, 20th anniversary, 6/23/15
    Aristocats, 45th anniversary, 8/14/15
    Cinderella, 65th anniversary, 8/14/15


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    Richard Williams, father of Venus and Serena Williams is out promoting his new memoir Black and White: The Way I See It, which is set to be released this week.

    He shares advice he's learned raising two tennis stars. The book covers plenty of ground, although there is not much that is revelatory about the careers of Serena and Venus.

    "I released the book because Serena kept telling me to," Williams said. "She thought it would help a lot of people."

    Williams has completed several books on multiple aspects of his family’s lives. This is the only one that has been published. He has another one focused more Venus & Serena in the works.

    Written with Bart Davis, the 292-page Black and White reads as part autobiography, part parenting guide, part self-help book, and part tennis instructional manual.: "I feel that we're way too soft on our children. I don't understand all these parents today who are always telling their kids how special they are, without them proving it. That's not faith, that's flattery. The way Venus and Serena were raised, they didn't have amy choice but to be strong." Williams says.


    as a mom, i can understand what he means about us being too soft.

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    Former Vogue honcho Andre Leon Talley is definitely our pick of the week.

    Talley dug deep during his interview with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West during Monday night's Met Gala ... and then touched the golden couple with his fool's gold.

    It's unclear how much time passes before the dig and the touch, but Talley is clearly seen touching Kim's shoulder as he kisses her goodbye ... before using the same hand to shake Kanye's.

    Kim did seem a little nasally after the interview.

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    Personal hygiene post - what are your hygiene pet peeves

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    After watching this video, we want to go re-watch A Bug's Life, because by the look on little Luca Comrie's face, it's apparently the best movie, well, ever.

    Hilary Duff posted a video of her son watching the popular Pixar Animation flick and it's safe to say the 2-year-old is killing us with cuteness in the Instagram clip, which is the most ridiculously adorable thing we've seen all week.

    "Baby giggle are the best.... This guys realllly into A Bugs Life," she captioned the video in which little Luca cannot his laughter.
    The clip shows Luca bursting in a fit of giggles as Hilary sits beside her son, asking him "What's going to happen?" before he erupts into glee.

    Aside from Hil's adorable shots of Luca, the blond beauty most recently addressed her relationship with ex Mike Comrie, from whom she announced her separation in January, although the two may be the most amicable exes ever, having sparked rumors of a reconciliation after attending the Coachella Valley Music Festival together last month.

    "We're constantly seen together and people are like, 'What are they doing? Are they back together? Are they not?' We're really good friends and we have so much respect for each other and obviously Luca is our No. 1 priority," she told E! News at the iHeart Radio Music Awards. "I think we got to a point where we were like, we really need to honor happiness and whatever that is and however we need to sort that out or work that out, we're doing that."

    Luca also recently celebrated the big 0-2 and the proud mama shared a sweet photo collage of her son in honor of his 2nd birthday on her social media page.
    "You make each day better and better Luca Cruz .... The brightest star," Duff captioned the pic-framed photo, which featured a slew of precious pics of little Luca, including a shot with the singer's ex.

    Arriving to a gym in West Hollywood May 7th


    That laugh, I cant. He's so freaking adorable!

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