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    Ashton Kutcher may be one of the highest paid actors on TV right now but he hasn’t forgotten his roots: EW has learned exclusively that the star of Two and a Half Men will join Mila Kunis, Laura Prepon and Wilmer Valderrama for a That ’70s Show reunion during Fox’s 25th Anniversary Special, airing April 22 on the network.

    Keenan Ivory Wayans, Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans will also share stories about their funniest sketches from In Living Color during the two-hour special that will feature Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Seacrest and Steven Tyler from American Idol, Kiefer Sutherland from 24 and Touch, and Seth MacFarlane from Family Guy, The Cleveland Show and American Dad.

    Previously announced participants include Christina Applegate, David Faustino, Ed O’Neill and Katey Sagal from Married…With Children, Calista Flockhart from Ally McBeal, Gabrielle Carteris, Shannen Doherty, Jason Priestley and Ian Ziering from Beverly Hills, 90210, Patrick Warburton from The Tick, and Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny and creator Chris Carter from The X-Files. A host for the special will be announced later.


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    As the contestants on The Voice put their pipes to the test Monday night in the singing competition's first live rounds of the season, the singers from Team Christina and Team Blake tell TV Guide Magazine that the advice they received from their mentors is already making a major impact on them — and maybe all the difference needed to put them over the top.

    Classically trained opera singer Chris Mann revealed that his coach Christina Aguilera quickly cracked the code to adapt his arias to a more mainstream musical approach. "Christina made it very clear that I can't be afraid and I have to use my whole voice," he explained. "I was trying to shrink my voice down so long from singing classically and I got really lost and kind of disappeared. So using the voice that I was given to its fullest is what Christina told me to do, and that's what I think about every time."

    Mann says Aguilera also switched up his arrangement for the live show, improving his comfort zone. "The first time that we rehearsed 'Bridge Over Troubled Water,' she stopped the band immediately and was like, 'I want it stripped down, classic, intimate,'" he recalls. "And I was sort of like, 'Thank, God.' That's exactly what I wanted, and so we were completely connected there. So far she's batting a thousand and I love her."

    "She's really smart and perceptive," added Team Christina singer Lindsay Pavao. "She's not just here to make a diva. She's here to help cultivate art in people like Moses Stone and me and other people who are writing their own kind of covers. That inspires her, and so it's not just about glory notes. I know the audience loves a good high note, but she's deeper than that."

    "I think that Christina gets the whole shebang of Moses Stone," agreed Stone. "She definitely knows that I love to entertain. She knows that I love to sing, that I love to rap, that I really just love to be a true artist, so being with her, she lets me incorporate all of those different kinds of things and kind of break the barriers and show people more of what I can do, from playing instruments to singing to dancing and running around and doing my whole thing."

    Even a member of Blake Shelton's crew embraced Aguilera's constructive criticism during the live rounds: the pop star wasn't enamored of Jermaine Paul's choice to perform Bon Jovi's "Living On a Prayer." "She didn't feel like it was the right song for me, and that was cool," said Paul. "I'm hoping that I'll have a chance to show her that we do have it under control and we know what we want to do. We just thought that this song would be a good choice for tonight."

    Conversely, one of Aguilera's singers, Ashley De La Rosa, has found inspiration in the way Shelton interprets his songs despite their wildly different approaches. "He's country and I'm totally not, but there are certain aspects of a country-type voice that I can use," explained De La Rosa. "I'm a fan of country music. I like it. I just don't sing it because it's kind of awkward for me, but I feel like I could use some of the technique in country music to my advantage."

    Team Blake singer Erin Willett says Shelton's advice seems particularly aware of an artist's need to evolve and explore while staying faithful to their essence. "I think when he was on the show last season people were kind of like, 'Blake Shelton? Who's Blake Shelton?'" said Willett. "And he really came into his own, as an artist and as a person — and as someone that people look to for a good giggle. He understands the importance of staying true to yourself, as an artist and as an individual. He does give us that opinion of 'I don't know if that's right for this competition...' but he's never really forced me to do anything that I didn't think I would want to do."

    Naia Kete said she appreciated how her coach respected her own sense of what kind of music would best suit her. "We went a back and forth about different song choices and some things I would just be like, 'You know what, Blake? I can't sing that' — but he really respected it," said Kete. "He respects me and I appreciate him for that. I try and be as open as possible, but he also tries to do his best to listen to his artists and when they're putting their foot down he gets it."

    "He just kept reminding me to keep my confidence and reiterating that what I do is good," added Team Blake singer Jordis Unga. "I had to explain to him that I've gone through the ringer in the music business, so I needed reassurance. It's easy for him to be, like, 'No, that's awesome. You're good, right? You're fine?' I'm like, 'No — I need to hear that,' so he's been really good."

    Charlotte Sometimes explained that Shelton taught her to "stop being so hard on myself. I'm perfectly fine the way that I am and to not apologize for being the sassy little devil that I am, because Blake gets me. He knows that I'm so full of s--- all of the time. I think he was trying to tell me, like, 'Don't be anybody you're not.'

    Christian Milian, the show's Social Media Correspondent, revealed that for as much impact as the coaches have had on the contestant, the pros, too, have benefitted from the relationships.

    "I think there have been a lot of surprises, even for the coaches," revealed Milian. "I think the fact that the contestant have been coming prepared — people like RaeLynn: at 17, comes and she's already got her song set up how she wants it done. It's like, 'Wait — where did this come from?'


    Some of the most interesting things on a reality show happen when the cameras aren't running. This certainly was the case on Tuesday's (April 3) episode of "The Voice."

    Here's the best of what you missed:

    That old familiar song: Nothing gets you warmed up for a busy night on the judging panel like hearing...yourself. That's exactly what happened in the minutes leading up to the live broadcast of "The Voice" as the music mix played Christina Aguilera's "Dirrty." Sadly Redman wasn't there to accompany.

    Thank you for being a friend: Blake Shelton apparently can sing everything. As the show was about to begin, Aguilera asked her fellow judge to sing the theme to "The Golden Girls." Shelton eagerly complied and crooned the opening verse. The crowd went bananas.

    Same face, new place: Bill, the audience warm up guy from "The X Factor" has moved over to "The Voice." He still does the same routine and the audience still loves it. The only question we have is whether it's a conflict of interest to do a different singing competition. Probably not.

    Vocal Malfunction: After finding out she was saved, the spritely one RaeLynn stomped her feet and said "Oh S***!" Here's hoping the censors at NBC caught it in time.

    A Purrfect Addition: An overly excited fan made a cardboard cutout of Cee Lo's better half, his cat Purrfect. Green was so impressed by the artwork that he autographed it for the person.

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    How do you all feel about last results? How do they have Grace Potter & The Nocturnals but, no reggae music?

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    Only a few days left until this super long hiatus is finally over on MONDAY 9th APRIL (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET), so here's a couple of stuff to get your mind back to Bluebell:

    Producer's preview for monday's episode "Heart to Hart"

    Press Release for 1.17 "Heart to Hart"

    TIM MATHESON DIRECTS / GARY COLE GUEST STARS AS ZOE’S (RACHEL BILSON) FATHER — Zoe (Bilson) has conflicted feelings about seeing her estranged father, world-renowned surgeon Ethan Hart (Cole), who has agreed to travel to Bluebell to perform surgery on George’s (Scott Porter) father (guest star Eric Pierpoint) as a favor to Zoe. Fearful of losing George, Lemon (Jaime King) decides she must befriend Zoe in order to prevent her from telling George about Lemon’s affair with Lavon (Cress Williams). Meanwhile, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Rammer Jammer, the owner (guest star John Marshall Jones) hosts a signature cocktail contest between Wade (Wilson Bethel) and Shelley (guest star Deborah S. Craig). Series regular Tim Matheson directed the episode written by Rina Mimoun (#117).

    Press Release for 1.18 “Bachelorettes & Bullets”

    LEMON’S BACHELORETTE PARTY / JUSTIN HARTLEY GUEST STARS — Zoe (Rachel Bilson) makes a romantic connection with one of her patients, Jesse (guest star Hartley), and accepts his invitation to lunch. Lemon (Jaime King) agrees to let Magnolia (guest star Claudia Lee) plan her bachelorette party as long as she follows Lemon’s strict instructions, but Magnolia has some more “interesting” plans in store for her big sister. Wade (Wilson Bethel) plans a hunting trip for George’s (Scott Porter) bachelor party. Cress Williams also stars. Patrick Norris directed the episode written by executive producer Donald Todd (#118).

    Stills for 1.18 "Bachelorettes & Bullets"



    edit: different bonus pic because of all the comments below

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  • 04/04/12--14:10: Famous women go to things
  • Elizabeth Banks

    Cameron Diaz

    Ashley Greene April 2, 2012 – Filming in Manhattan, New York

    Shenae Grimes Chinese Laundry Fashion Denim Launch Event in LA

    Kim Kardashian at LAX

    Dianna Agron in LA

    Greta Gerwig attends the Cinema Society with Town & Country and Brooks Brothers screening of "Damsels in Distress" at the Tribeca Grand Screening Room on April 2, 2012 in New York City.

    Fearne Cotton leaving the Radio 1 studios

    Nicki Minaj

    Miranda Kerr

    Emmy Rossum

    Gemma Arterton

    Nicole Richie

    AnnaLynne McCord 2012-04-02 - arriving at The Spin in Chelsea NYC

    Sarah Jessica Parker leaving her New York home

    Blake Lively
    Natalie Portman at a Dior dinner

    Rooney Mara in Manhattan

    Dita Von Teese in West Hollywood- April 3rd

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  • 04/04/12--14:56: screaming
  • sex gods christian bale and wes bentley shooting TERRENCE MALICK's new rom com 

    sf pensive rn

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  • 04/04/12--14:56: Omarion Teases B2K Reunion?

  • Could it happen? The official reunion of "Pandemonium" group B2K? Omarion gave fans hope late Sunday night tweeting a picture with J-Boog and Lil Fizz in a studio.

    "Do remember," wrote Omarion. "Young dopest kids that ever did it."

    Disbanded since 2004, B2K rose to the top of the charts in 2002 releasing a total of two albums. On those albums they connected with fans via songs like "Uh Huh," "Gots Ta Be," "Bump, Bump, Bump" and "Why I Love You."

    In the year's following their publicized break up, some of the group members released solo material.

    While it's unclear if Omarion was alluding to something, like a new album, considering he released the picture on April Fool's Day, fans might be up to hearing more from the group.

    Raz-B does not however appear to be a part of anything the group might have coming.

    Would you support new music from B2K? source

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    When will the voice of our generation get a tag, mods?

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    Aubrey O'Day is fired -- up!

    After the pop singer took sole credit for her team's big win on The Celebrity Apprentice on April 1, Arsenio Hall, 56, lashed out at her.

    "I guess it's flattering that I upset him so much," the singer, 28, tells the new Us Weekly (on stands Friday) of Hall, who later referred to "her stank ass" and told teammates, "I Googled her and a naked picture with a gut popped up…f--k her!"

    O'Day, who dramatically fled the boardroom after Hall's rant, adds that the former late-night host is just warming up.

    "Arsenio gets worse in the next episode, when he calls me a whore," she reveals. "He doesn't want strong women to have too much of a voice. Typical in this industry."


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    Well, file these two under unlikely showbiz pals.

    While chatting with InStyle Hair (yes, it's a thing) this month, Emmy Rossum revealed that she and her boyfriend recently went out on a double date with none other than...Lady Gaga?!

    Somehow dinner and a movie don't quite seem like enough. So, pray tell, what does one do while double dating with such a superstar? Dinner and a TV show, apparently.

    "We stayed in, cooked steaks, and watched Shameless," (this amazing show rn) Rossum told the magazine. "It was all very normal, and she is so nice."

    So just how did these two get to be friends? Well, Gaga's current paramour, Taylor Kinney, costarred alongside Emmy and her beau, Tyler Jacob Moore, in the Showtime hit. Cozy!

    Meanwhile, the 25-year-old also briefly opened up to the magazine about moving on in the wake of her surprise divorce (surprise, because no one realized she was married to begin with) from Justin Siegel.

    "Everyone messes up in relationships and has peaks and valleys in their personal lives," she said. "When I realized it wasn't the end of the world and I would keep on standing, I knew it was going to be OK."

    If you can judge someone by the company they keep, we think Emmy's doing more than just OK.

    Source / maybe they watched the episode where gaga's boyfriend guess starred.

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    The five Real Housewives of Vancouver are sitting next to each other in a Toronto hotel, arranged, coincidentally, from most blond to least so, when one cast member lets this sip: “I think all of us would be lying if we said we didn’t love attention,” she says. “I’m an attention whore.”

    Score one for honesty. But in truth, the women in person are more complex than those presented in early episodes of the series. They acknowledge the awkwardness of having personal (and drunken) moments exposed for all to see, and they worry about what their kids will think. Also, they seem to like each other, which is curious given what appears onscreen.

    The producers say their goal was to tell the stories of these women and to make the audience come to love them. Judging by the first episodes of the 13-episode season, it will be an uphill battle.

    The Vancouver version of Real Housewives sticks to the format of its U.S. predecessors: a group of wealthy women are followed around as they live their wealthy lives and generally carry on without an ounce of concern for the fact that most viewers would, after five minutes, conclude that they are awful people.

    Ronnie, who lives in a waterfront mansion — she casually drops in that it is worth $10-million — with her family, is introduced with a voice-over that says: “At this stage in my life, I can afford to say it like it is and look good doing it.”

    Christina, the self-confessed attention whore, purrs that “Vancouver is a goldmine and I love to go digging.” Later, she says that her “primary source of income is two divorces” and notes that most of the men she dates work in the mining industry, “which makes gold-digging that much easier.”

    It feels like these lines have been scripted specifically in order to drive viewers crazy. The nerve of that woman! But it is one of the odd standards of this type of reality show, which offers little other than the chance to intrude on the lives of someone else, whether that is Snooki or the Kardashians or Paris Hilton — the stars of the series must know that, on some level, they are being gawked at not by an audience that admires them, but by one that judges them, and not kindly.

    One assumes that the reality TV participants simply chalk up the criticism to the jealousy of people who are not, themselves, on television. Or they know that criticism and controversy feeds their success, and they are cagey enough to exploit it. (Though perhaps that’s giving the likes of Snooki far too much credit.)

    Rounding out the Housewives cast are Reiko, who we meet as she is buying a new Ferrari (her third, this one with matching $10,000 luggage); Jody, a self-made business woman who runs a clothing store (“I love that we can help people with their needs. And their accessories.”); and Mary, a one-time Miss Ohio who married a Vancouverite and later, she informs us, became a “Canadian pop star.” This seems to be stretching the term “star,” but Mary says she had seven Top 40 singles in her day. Further research determines that she is Mary Zilba, who did indeed have some recording success in the mid-1990s. Seven Top 40 singles, though? Maybe on the playlist in the family kitchen.

    The baffling thing about the Housewives format is that it carries on with the charade that this is not, in fact, a carefully produced reality show. The premiere episode sees the ladies gathered for a girls’ weekend in Whistler, which is a simple enough way to put them all in close proximity and commence with the cat-fighting. But instead we see Jody calling Mary, apparently an old friend, and inviting her to the weekend away. Mary even gives puzzled looks to the camera as she takes the call and wonders why Mary is calling her out of the blue. Crazy thought: because you’re on a reality show? You know, the cameras all around? Anyway, then Jody calls Reiko, also a friend; and Mary calls Ronnie, her “best friend,” and invites her along; and Jody invites Christina “because she’s a lovely person.” And also because producers cast her as the gold-digging bitch.

    But reality is not what draws interest in these shows. They promise rich women doing sheltered-rich-woman things.

    Viewers feel better about themselves by comparison. The producers say it is more than that; people follow the arcs of the Housewives as though they were scripted characters. A real-life soap opera, and all that.

    Either way, “let us entertain you,” Christina says. “Enjoy it. Laugh at it.”

    Score another one for honesty.

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    I don't care, she did well, and the album is good!

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    Taking care of her daily to-do list, Selena Gomez was spotted heading into a doctor’s office in Los Angeles this morning (April 4).

    The “Spring Breakers” babe looked adorable in a blue sweatshirt with denim cutoff shorts and flats as she strolled through the parking lot. Given her recent health scare, it’s good to see Selena taking her well-being so seriously, and making sure to closely follow doctor’s orders.

    A couple months back, Justin and Selena went to Mexico to attend a wedding. Some photos were released by the wedding photographer.

    Some rare~ photos and candids from when she was filming Spring Breakers 2 weeks ago.

    Fan pics

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  • 04/04/12--15:01: Emma Moves in with Andrew

  • Emma Stone has moved in with her boyfriend Andrew Garfield.
    The 23-year-old actress started dating the 28-year-old actor after meeting him on the set of 'The Amazing Spider-Man' last autumn and the pair have now set up home together in New York City.

    A friend of the couple told Life & Style magazine: "They have a really nice apartment."
    The couple did most of the decorating themselves although they did enlist the help of an interior designer to make sure everything was perfect in their first joint home.
    The pal added: "They wanted a subtle, understated look that was comfortable."

    Emma and Andrew's decision to move in together is just the latest indication that the pair's romance is going from strength-to-strength.

    The friend explained: "They're in a good place. Both of them are very nice people, very down-to-earth and caring. They're just two cool people."
    in 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Andrew plays the titular superhero and his alter-ego Peter Parker, while Emma portrays his love interest Gwen Stacy.


    I wish them the best, love them together.

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    Joan Rivers
     is rocking a new hair color that will have Ashley Tisdale and January Jones saying, "Bitch stole my look!"

    The 78-year-old E! Fashion Police matriarch tried out Hollywood's hottest hue trend -- hot pink streaks -- in NYC Sunday night at the opening of Broadway show The Best Man.

    At the premiere, Rivers chose a simple black dress and kept warm in a giant fur coat. She dazzled in her signature eye-catching jewelry and sported red nail polish.

    Like Rivers, several blonde celebrities have been thinking pink with their hair recently. Ashley Benson debuted pink-dipped ends March 24 weeks after Tisdale stepped out with the same look February 29. On March 13, Jones worked rose gold streaks on the red carpet.


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    Acclaim magazine launched their newest issue featuring hip hop bombshell Iggy Azalea lookin’ on fire! In this issue Iggy Azalea is wearing the BOTB spring 2012 leather “Moto” skirt!

    Iggy Azalea has rackets on rackets on rackets in her playful video for “The Tennis Song.” The blonde Australian shows her form and flow while having fun in the humorous footage. “All my volleys lovely,” sings Hustle Gang’s First Lady, parodying Cali Swag District’s “Teach Me How to Dougie.” See Iggy serve it up below.

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    LOL Trey.

    Flawless Iggy. And she plays tennis too! Bow.

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    Kelly Osbourne

    Then: 160lbs, Now: 118 pounds

    The wild child turned glam goddess shed her heavy set frame for her stint in "Dancing with the Stars," reportedly 162 at her heaviest, Kelly says "A trick I've learned is to eat just a little bit of something that has no carbs and no sugar in it before you go to sleep because keeps your metabolism going."

    Jordin Sparks

    Lost: 30lbs

    Pop-star Jordin Sparks slimmed down from a size 14 to a slender 8. Jordin says Zumba and portion control helped her get her curvaceous new figure.

    Jennifer Hudson

    Lost: 80lbs

    Jennifer Hudson slimmed down to an astonishing size 4, all thanks to Weight Watchers.

    Jonah Hill

    Loss: 40lbs (and the rest!)

    Funny Man Jonah Hill made no jokes about his weight after dropping a total of 40lbs this past year. Jonah took the healthy route and enlisted a nutritionist to help curb his diet and a trainer to help slim his bod.


    Then: Around 118lbs, Now: 98lbs

    Self-proclaimed guidette Snooki lost a whopping 20lbs this past year. She credits her new hot body to cutting down on booze and of course, fist pumping up her workout sessions.

    Oprah Winfrey

    Now: Around 160lbs

    Oprah Winfrey has publicly struggled with her weight for years reaching, at her heaviest, 237 lbs. Now at a fit and toned 160, Oprah admits she shed pounds by eating less sugar and fewer refined carbs and more fresh, whole foods like fish, spinach, and fruit.

    Seth Rogen

    Loss: 30lbs

    (Seth) lost weight by eating well and exercising with a personal trainer.

    'I go there real early in the morning,' he explained. "He tells me what to do, and I go home and go to sleep, and it's like it never even happened."

    Jennifer Ellison

    Then: 13st, Now: 8st

    Jennifer has shed a staggering five stone with the help of a boot camp last year. Recently she’s been sweating it out during strenuous workouts ahead of her fitness DVD launch on Boxing Day.

    Ruth Jones

    Loss: 4st 7lbs

    After years of failing at faddy diets the Gavin & Stacey star went on to lose four and a half stone by counting the calories. It’s taken her nearly two years to slim but it’s certainly paid off.

    Dawn French

    Loss: 8st (126lbs!)

    The comedic actress has had to give up a lot of things she loves for her healthier and hotter figure. Dawn owes her four-and-a-half stone weight loss to swapping chips for salad and only eating chocolate occasionally.

    Gary Barlow

    Then: 16st 8lb, Now: 12st

    Gary, 40, has credited his wife Dawn, a dancer on the band’s 1995 tour, with his success and admits there is no quick fix when it comes to slimming.

    LeAnn Rimes

    Loss: Idek

    There’s been concern for this celeb’s health as she’s been slowly shrinking in size but she claims she’s simply a fitness fanatic.

    Craig Colton

    Loss: 1+ stones

    The X Factor finalist embarked on a slimming mission with the help of runs with mentor Gary Barlow and a special diet plan

    Jerry Ferrera

    Loss: 55lbs

    Jerry says "I’m only 5’7. I was about to turn 30, and I wasn’t active anymore. So I started working with a nutritionist and a trainer. I played basketball twice a week. And soon it all just became a habit for me."

    Fat Joe

    Loss: Around 100lbs

    "I always took pride in being fat," (Joe) told CNN. "I represented big people, but I realized, at a certain point all my big people were dying." He became a "gym rat" to shed the pounds and kick diabetes too."

    Jill Scott

    Loss: 63lbs

    The singer decided to make weight loss fun and used a combination of boxing and biking to shed 63 pounds over the past couple years.

    Raven Symone

    Loss: 35lbs

    "[It wasn't] just over eating because I’ve actually been eating the same. I keep a little bit more smaller portions (...) my body just reacted a certain kind of way. Same type of exercising, if any because I don’t like to sweat, it’s the hair."</center>


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    Christian Bale will be joined by Casey Affleck, Zoe Saldana and Sam Shepard in "Out of the Furnace" to be shot in Braddock this spring.

    Although Mr. Bale's participation has been the worst-kept secret in town, Relativity Media officially announced Thursday it had closed deals with the leads for the gritty drama being written and directed by Scott Cooper ("Crazy Heart").

    Mr. Bale will play older brother Russell Baze to Mr. Affleck's younger brother Rodney Baze Jr. Ms. Saldana will be Mr. Bale's love interest, Lena Warren, YESSSS and Mr. Shepard will portray Red, Russell and Rodney's uncle.

    "This is a meaty script with characters as strong as they are complex, and we needed powerhouse actors who complement the story," Tucker Tooley, Relativity's co-president, said Thursday in a release.

    "Christian, Casey, Zoe and Sam each approach everything they do with heart and conviction. We can't wait to see what each of them brings to this film."

    Here's the official description, which sounds as though Pittsburghers should not expect many or any beauty shots of the region:

    "This film is a drama about fate, circumstance and redemption. Russell and his younger brother live in the economically depressed Rust Belt and have always dreamed of escaping and finding better lives.

    "But when a cruel twist of fate lands Russell in prison, his brother is lured into one of the most violent and ruthless crime rings in the Northeast -- a mistake that will almost cost him everything. Once released, Russell must choose between his own freedom or risk it all to seek justice for his brother."

    Producing are Appian Way's Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Killoran alongside Scott Free's Ridley Scott, Tony Scott and Michael Costigan as well as Relativity's CEO, Ryan Kavanaugh.

    Filming is expected to start later this month. More than 800 people turned out for two calls for extras held in Braddock by Nancy Mosser Casting.

    i remember when zoe was just a rumor. my prayers have been answered.

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    Earlier in the week I wrote about the serial twitter pest who prides himself on starting fake death trends on the social media site. Unfortunately, this guy isn’t the only one who thinks there’s entertainment in reporting a celebrity has died (when of course they haven’t).

    Today, some evil being posted a fake tweet from CNN which claimed young American actress Keke Palmer had been killed in a car accident. Keke stared in the Nickelodeon TV show True Jackson VP and has a large fanbase of young kids. She’s only 18 and understandably, when she learned of the hoax she was upset.

    What amazes me is the number of people who’ve had a go at her for reacting so emotionally about this. Apparently twitter death hoaxes happen so frequently now that the celebrities involved should just laugh them off and forget about them.

    I don’t blame Keke at all. I can only imagine how awful it must be to have your family and friends calling you in distress to verify something like this – particularly when you’re only 18.

    I applaud Keke for taking a stand and sounding off. It’d be nice to think that this might deter people from doing this kind of thing, but I’m sure it won’t.


    poor girl and :( @ her sister. for those who don't know who she is, she's the living actress from akeelah and the bee, joyful noise, true jackson v.p on nickelodeon, etc.

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    Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 3 "What is Dead May Never Die"



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