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- 07/03/14--16:56: New Photos & International DVD Art For "Maps To The Stars"
- 07/03/14--17:40: Little Mix cancel North American leg of the Salute tour
- 07/03/14--18:06: Zooey Deschanel Morphs Into Jared Leto on New 'InStyle' Cover
- 07/03/14--18:46: Taylor Swift Breaks All-Time Country Touring Record
- 07/03/14--19:05: Scary And Posh To Team-Up?
- 07/03/14--19:32: WHO ARE THE TWO HOH'S ON BIG BROTHER???
- 07/03/14--19:33: Diplo "makes songs in minutes while high"
- 07/03/14--19:37: 'Seinfeld' at 25: Five reasons nothing is everything
- 07/03/14--19:37: Why Marvel Needs To Fire Rick Remender
- 07/03/14--19:45: Demi Lovato angers Russians over on-stage Putin gay kiss
- 07/03/14--20:14: nicola peltz is stunning for harper's bazaar china
- 07/04/14--11:38: Celebrity Picture Post
- 07/04/14--11:39: Zac Efron And His Italian Daddy Turn Down.
Even though the Cannes Film Festival described David Cronenberg’s Maps To The Stars as a satire of Hollywood a la Robert Altman’s The Player, the filmmaker has a less ironic view of the material. “This is not a satire, I’m really just observing,” Cronenberg told Total Film recently. “I feel like a scientist or a researcher. That's the most honest, neutral way of looking at things. I'm not angry at Hollywood. I don't have a statement to make about Hollywood."
While there’s no official U.S. release date for the film yet (it’s a good bet that it’ll be at the Toronto International Film Festival and then get a North American debut after that), internationally things are a bit different. The film is already out in France, Italy, Switzerland and Germany, the Netherlands and more are getting the film in late September (it’s also a decent bet that eOne will release it here around the same time or early October). In fact, the film is even arriving in France on Blu-Ray and DVD in September too. Those DVD covers have been released as have a few new photos from the movie which you can see below.
Christ, I need this movie NOW.
Little Mix announced today they are cancelling their upcoming North American headlining Salute Tour as they continue work on their next album. A full refund will be available to all ticket holders at point of purchase.
"As a group we decided that creating an amazing 3rd album had to take priority," says Little Mix. "We're so sorry to all the Mixers who bought tickets to come and see the show. As soon as the album is finished, we promise to make plans to return to the US and perform for you all."
poor excuse tbh. plenty of other acts manage to write and record albums while touring.
source (the trainer's twitter)
Prayer circle for the trainer against those Marvel snipers...
Zooey Deschanel is featured on the cover of the August 2014 issue of InStyle and fans can’t get over how she she barely looks like herself due to photoshop.
Tons of fans are saying that the 34-year-old New Girl actress looks like she morphed into Jared Leto in Dallas Buyers Club in the image.
At the photo shoot, Zooey told the mag that she thinks it is “so dumb” to worry over your clothes being from a fancy brand and also isn’t a fan of showing a lot of skin.
“There is an audience for more modest clothes,” Zooey said.
Chiquis Rivera, the daughter of the late regional Mexican star Jenni Rivera, will premiere a new single to her upcoming album on Premios Juventud award show July 17.
In January, Rivera released Paloma Blanca (White Dove), which was performed in honor of her mother. The YouTube video has reached more than 2.3 million views and Rivera, who frequently posts on social media, has more than half a million followers on Twitter and more than 600,000 followers on Instagram. The entertainer also has a web series about her life.
In her nomination of 'Song That You Can’t Get Out Of Your Head', Rivera is in competition with Prince Royce and Romeo Santos (Featuring Drake).
“I’m excited, I’m nervous,” Chiquis says of her nominations. “I definitely feel the pressure, but I work well under pressure. It’s a huge blessing. It’s so humbling … I owe it to my mom and I own it to the fans. I’ll be on stage for the very first time. It’s a huge stage. I’m going to give it my all.”
Rivera is scheduled to perform a song she penned. Rivera has made it clear that she wants to record an album. Mexican pop star Gloria Trevi provided Rivera with advice on the music business on Chiquis Confidential.
“I don’t want to look back in life and say and think, 'I should have done this or that,'” Rivera said with Billboard. “My mom never gave up and I can’t either.”
The Red tour, which tops the weekly Hot Tours ranking, began last year on March 13 in Omaha, Neb. and ran for six months in North America before closing with a three-show stand in Nashville in September. In November and December, Swift traveled Down Under for a five-city jaunt through Australia and New Zealand to close out the year. She performed in London and Berlin in February to kick off the tour’s 2014 schedule, and the final trek covered six cities in Asia, beginning with a May 30 performance in Shanghai and ending on June 12 with a final concert in Singapore. The Red tour’s final box office counts total $150,184,971 in revenue from 1,702,933 sold tickets at 86 performances in 12 countries.
Swift’s tour itinerary included 15 stadiums worldwide during its run. Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. topped the list with the best box office results during the tour. The home stadium of the NFL’s New England Patriots produced the highest gross and attendance counts with $9.4 million in sales from 110,712 fans at two shows last summer (July 26-27). This is the third time the stadium has featured the country superstar in a headlining tour performance. She also played Gillette in 2010 on her Fearless tour as well as the Speak Now outing the following year. Among stadiums that hosted the tour for a single performance, Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field claims the top gross and attendance counts with $4.7 million from a sellout crowd of 56,047 on July 6, 2013.
Box office results from arena performances on the Red tour place London’s O2 Arena ahead of the pack with the highest gross and attendance numbers. The London venue recorded $5.8 million in sales from 74,740 tickets sold during its five-show run (Feb. 1-2, 4, 10-11). Among the arenas that brought in the tour for just one performance, the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai tops the list based on sales of $1.8 million. The best attendance for a single performance was recorded in Fargo, North Dakota. Swift played the Fargodome on Sept. 6, 2013 with a capacity crowd of 21,073.
Rock veterans Journey and Steve Miller Band take the No. 2 Hot Tours ranking this week with $8.3 in box office sales reported from their ongoing co-headlining tour. Since kicking off on May 15, the summertime trek, primarily booked at outdoor amphitheaters, has grossed more than $17 million at 24 concerts. With Tower of Power on board as special guest, the tour will continue in North American markets through early August.
Pop star Katy Perry lands at No. 3 on the list of top-grossing touring artists with the first totals reported from her Prismatic world tour’s North American leg that began on June 22 in North Carolina. The first four venues during the summer schedule produced $7.8 million in sales from 66,542 fans at sellouts in Raleigh, Washington, D.C., Nashville and Atlanta. The 16-week run through U.S. and Canadian cities will bring the six-time Billboard Music Award winner to 47 arenas in North America through mid-October. Dates in Mexico, Australia and New Zealand are on the books for the remainder of the year, and a second trek through Europe will begin next February. The tour’s first European leg hit nine cities in the U.K. back in May.
These days it seems that Youtube sensation and quick-tongued femcee Azealia Banks is being known more for sparking controversial public beefs, rather than her music. The New York city-rapper took shots (slander/insults) at yet another fellow rapper this week via Twitter. The unfortunate emcee to fall for Banks’ bait was none other than “family man” Tip “T.I.” Harris.
The drama between Azealia Banks and T.I. began over the Banks’ choice words for T.I.’s wife Tiny. Following the release of her Iggy Azalea’s and T.I.’s latest video and single No Mediocre, Banks took to her Twitter account to label his wife as basically mediocre, having a “meth face,” and could not read. The verbal onslaught on the T.I.’s wife continued, until the rapper fired back with a few choice words of his own via Instagram. Claiming that Azealia Banks was unimportant, a gremlin and threatened to end her if she spoke about his family again, the Atlanta rapper did very little to diffuse the situation. Banks responded to the rapper’s idle threats by claiming that she is going to sue him for threatening her and place him back in jail.
Although the drama seems never ending and continues to unfold via social media and TMZ, this is just another rap beef that Banks has sparked with a fellow musician over something most would overlook. Since her 212 single and video went viral, Banks has sparked public feuds with T.I.’s protégé Iggy Azalea. Started a rap beef with former Dipset rapper Jim Jones over use of the word “Vamp.” Took to Twitter to argue with Rita Ora over jelly sandals and a backstage incident during Future Music Festival. Feuded with the Stone Roses during the same festival, Lady Gaga for demo that didn’t make it to ARTPOP. Banks blasted Pharrell Williams for the poor performance of her ATMJam on the charts. She bashed European DJ duo Disclosure over a misunderstanding in an interview about a collaboration. Banks felt offended by A$AP Rocky’s less than flattering comments about black women wearing red lipstick. She also beefed with hit-maker Baauer over the misuse of a Harlem Shake Remix. Banks had choice words for Lily Allen over an old Tweet that snowballed into a Twitter war. One of the most notorious beefs with femcee Angel Haze that spawned two tracks and a warning from GLAAD for use of derogatory gay slurs during the public argument/beef.
Azealia Banks rap beefs seems to be a never-ending story over the past year and a half. Her sharp-tongue and aggressive demeanor on tracks has a direct correlation with her handling any argument in music industry drama. From 2013 to now, Banks has not held her tongue or found politically correct words for any artist that seems to offend her in any way and the recent confrontation is not a step in the right direction to build publicity for a virtually mythological debut album.
The rap industry is not a strange territory for reported disagreements, but there usually is an end to the unnecessary disagreements and beef. With the talented Azealia Banks it seems like the drama is unfortunately never-ending. Although some say that all press is good press, it is probably better to be known among fans and music lovers for taking the high-road and releasing classic material rather than taking shots at well-established musicians for notoriety.
Mel B has hinted that Victoria Beckham could join her on The X Factor 2014.
After appearing as a guest judge back in 2012, Mel has joined the panel this year as a permanent panelist and is already making her voice heard in auditions.
With judges’ houses set to film next month, Mel has suggested she could be set for an on screen reunion with Spice Girl bandmate Victoria Beckham after tweeting a picture of the pair together.
The 39-year-old posted the old picture of herself and ‘Posh’ spice below online (look above), teasing: “Watch out- we mean business ;)”
Now Bookmaker Paddy Power are offering odds of 1/2 that Victoria will be putting in an appearance on this year’s show and helping Mel B in her deliberations.
A spokesperson for Paddy Power said: “If Victoria joins as a guest judge the fashion off will go through the roof.
“Looks like it’s time for Mel to dust off her glad rags”
The X Factor begins next month on ITV.
8 reasons why it’s imperative that we DON’T encourage USA to become good at football
This World Cup has captured the imagination of the American public like no other in history, and we Brits seem to be generally of the opinion that this is a good thing – it isn’t.
While England shamefully sloped away from Brazil after finishing bottom of our group with just a single point, USA embarked on a rousing run to the last-16, where they narrowly lost to hotly-tipped Belgium after extra-time.
This run, which included knocking out Portugal in the group stages, has seen the US take football to its heart, with TV ratings hitting a record 24.7m – more than the recent World Series and NBA Finals.
However, although it’s nice to see our US-cousins finally realising what a rubbish sport baseball is, there are major concerns to consider when willing on America to embrace football…
While an occasional outburst of Americaness from Will Ferrell is great…
The rest of the time, it’s still pretty annoying
They’ve adopted a cheesy chant called ‘I believe that we will win’, which originated in Navy football back in 2003 (and was re-hashed for soccer fans in an ESPN ad).
Sooner or later, they’ll be convinced they invented chanting at ‘soccer’ matches.
Although this is a parody account, you know this is what they’re all actually thinking when a game is going on…
GOALSHOT! On the no bounce from Green! This soccer pie ain't baked yet! #USMNT— Soccer Guy (@usasoccerguy) July 1, 2014
We know this because their commentators genuinely say stuff like ‘release the Kraken’ at free-kicks…
But more than anything, they’re becoming rather good…
While we, on the other hand, well…
Brody Jenner is speaking out! The former Hills star has been opening up recently on his new podcast, The Brody Jenner Podcast with Dr. Mike Dow.
After revealing he used to date his brother Brandon's wife Leah, Jenner admitted that he never actually dated Lauren Conrad, despite MTV portraying their relationship on camera.
It all started when Dow began to list off the names of Jenner's ex girlfriends, mentioning Avril Lavigne, Kristin Cavallari, Lauren Conrad, and Nicole Richie. Jenner interjected, saying, "That's false. Lauren Conrad and I never dated."
"Lauren and I have always been just friends," the 30-year-old went on to explain. "We worked together on a show called The Hills where we had to pretend like we were dating but we never dated."
When asked if his relationship with fellow Hills cast mate Cavallari was also staged, Kim Kardashian's stepbrother said, "I dated Kristin when we were very young … when she was on Laguna Beach and I was on a show called Princes of Malibu with Spencer Pratt … we met at a party in Hollywood … but during [The Hills] when we filmed, Kristin and I did not date, we were not hooking up."
Ariana Grande brought back the classic MTV show ‘TRL’ for one night with ‘Total Ariana Live,’ where she explained exactly how she ended up in the studio with One Direction’s Harry Styles.
The track penned by the 20-year-old Brit, titled ‘A Little Bit of Your Heart,’ will feature on Ariana’s sophomore album ‘My Everything,’ set to drop August 25. When asked how she ended up with a song written by Harry specifically for her, she revealed: “I was at the studio one day, and he was there, and literally, Johan [Carlsson] and Savan [Kotecha] were like ‘Hey, do you want to write something for Ariana?’ And he was like —” she put on a hilarious if not poorly imitated British accent “— ‘Sure, mate.’ And he just did.”
The 1D member must be as talented at writing as he is at singing, with how much Ariana praised him. “It’s a beautiful song. He’s an amazing writer,” she gushed. “It’s really beautiful. He’s amazingly talented.”
Directioners, Arianators, are you counting down the days ’til you hear this tune?
Diplo has claimed he wrote Usher's hit 'Climax' in minutes, and that Alex Clare's track 'Too Close' came about while they were high.
In an interview with Idolator, the DJ and producer explained that "all of the best songs happen on a whim".
"When I made Alex Clare's 'Too Close,' that record didn't make the album, he got dropped, and it became a number 1 record in America," said Diplo.
"It was like, the biggest rock record of 2012. We made that high on mushrooms, not even thinking about it making the record.
"With Usher, we made 'Climax' in literally, like, ten minutes. With M.I.A., I made 'Paper Planes' on a roof in the Caribbean. No microphone covers, just recording right there outside."
Diplo has been working with Madonna on her new album. One of the tracks worked on by the pair will be called 'Bitch, I'm Madonna'.
"Those records are gonna be crazy sounding. We really pushed the envelope with some of the stuff we were doing," he said about the collaboration.
What's your activity of choice for rejuvenating creativity, ONTD?
"Seinfeld" had nothing to say -- and that was its genius.
Other groundbreaking series make a point of stressing their inventiveness, practically shouting, "Look at me!""Seinfeld," on the other hand, blissfully took a Festivus pole to sitcom conventions, with unsympathetic characters, defiantly provincial New York interests and intricate plotting mechanisms -- and never called attention to itself.
Not that there's anything wrong with that.
In fact, there was so much right about the show that it eventually became TV's No. 1 program and one of the most lauded sitcoms ever.
In the 25 years since "Seinfeld" premiered on July 5, 1989, as "The Seinfeld Chronicles," it has worked its way into pop culture -- its catchphrases still repeated, its plots still recounted, its shocking revelations about writer John Cheever and pitcher Roger McDowell still gasped about.
But enough yada, yada, yada. Here are five things that made nothing into everything:
1. No hugging, no learning. In general, pre-"Seinfeld" sitcoms included heartwarming laughs, sympathetic "aws" and lessons learned. But there were no social niceties for Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer. The quartet was so narcissistic that, when George's fiancée, Susan, died after licking defective wedding invitation envelopes in the seventh season, George and the gang shrugged and continued with their lives.
Few sitcoms have dared to follow in its coldhearted footsteps, but there are exceptions, such as "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,""Community" and "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm." (New York magazine's Matt Zoller Seitz makes the point that "Seinfeld" also paved the way for our recent bounty of coldhearted dramas.)
The new, new TV golden age
2. Four in one. Pre-"Seinfeld," most sitcoms were classic cases of simplicity: one major plot, perhaps one minor plot, play them out in 22 minutes and turn on the applause sign. "Seinfeld" sometimes had four plots -- one for each primary character -- and would put them together so Jerry's girlfriend with the real breasts (Teri Hatcher) would cross paths with Elaine in a steam room. Or aspiring hand model George would burn himself with the iron being used to smooth out Jerry's puffy shirt.
In those days, not many serialized dramas would dare attempt such plot juggling, never mind comedies. It's still more the exception than the rule.
3. New York, New York."Seinfeld" made the Big Apple the center of the sitcom universe. Suddenly it seemed like half of NBC's schedule was making ends meet in Manhattan -- "Friends,""Caroline in the City,""Mad About You,""The Single Guy,""Will & Grace" -- while ABC and CBS added to the mix with such shows as "The King of Queens,""Spin City" and "The Nanny."
New York was so prominent on '90s TV schedules that one ABC show, "It's Like, You Know" (created by "Seinfeld" writer and producer Peter Mehlman), made hay out of the concept of a New Yorker transplanted to Los Angeles. (Incidentally, for all its New Yorkiness, "Seinfeld" was shot at a studio in L.A.)
4. Heavy meta. Other sitcoms had been self-referential -- George Burns and Garry Shandling regularly broke the fourth wall in their programs -- but Jerry and his pals took meta-ness to a whole new level. Season four, in fact, was literally about a show within a show as Jerry and George pitched NBC "a show about nothing" called "Jerry" that bore eerie similarities to "Seinfeld."
However, for all of "Seinfeld's" quotation marks, it often used real people and brand names. There really is a J. Peterman catalog, New York's American League baseball team really is the Yankees and those are real cereal brands on Jerry's shelf. However, Vandelay Industries is still fictional -- we think.
5. Sponge-worthy catchphrases. Few shows have produced as many popular quotations as "Seinfeld." You're probably reciting them now: "No soup for you.""Master of your domain.""Yada yada.""Shrinkage.""Look to the cookie." You can leave more of them in the comments ... unless you're a low-talker. In that case, you'll have to speak up.
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Seinfeld is as old as me lawddd. Haters don't wash their hands
As an avid comic book reader and a huge Captain America fan, Rick Remender's current run of Captain America volume 7 has been a nightmare, to say the least. There have been several problems with Remender's Cap that leave a bad taste in the mouth of fans. Remender has even told disgruntled fans over Twitter to go “drown themselves in hobo piss”. Yesterday Rick Remender tacked on his newest example of character abuse under the guise of creative license, turning fan-favorite Sam Wilson aka The Falcon into what can only be called a statutory rapist.
One of the new characters introduced in Remender's Captain America is Jet Black, she's the daughter of well-known Captain America supervillain Zola. At the start of the series she's a very young child and is even referred to by Remender himself as being an infant. Over the span of Remender's Cap run only 12 years have past. All the previous information given to readers by Rick Remender places Jet Black at about 14 or 15 years old at most.
Here's where it gets sleazy: in issue #22, which came out on Wednesday featured an upsetting spread of panels depicting Sam Wilson getting drunk and sleeping with Jet Black who states that she's 23 years old - in contradiction to everything Remender has told us. Many defenders of Remender's action are complaining that since Jet Black herself claimed to be of age then there's nothing wrong; its painfully obvious that these people haven't read anything else beyond that single panel and certainly not the previous 21 issues that have been telling readers otherwise.
Even if Jet Black is somehow really 23 years old through the magic of comic book space/time dynamics, nine years is still a pretty huge jump. It’s still hard to ignore the fact that she's still mentally immature and has suffered some pretty massive emotional trauma of late- not exactly a stellar example of unhindered ability to consent. Looking at the panels it’s clear that consent is hazy at best from both parties. The fact that consent is an argument at all here (from both sides of the controversy) should be an enormous red flag to both Marvel Comics and readers alike. Any situation where consent is this big of a gray area probably shouldn't be included in a Captain America comic.
Another upset for fan's is Rick Remender's decision to kill off long running character Sharon Carter; most fans believe that Remender “fridged” her. In comics the term “fridging” shortened from the full phrase “Women in Refrigerators” is used to describe a situation in which a autonomous female character is killed off for no other purpose than to further the plot of a male character. The name itself comes from Green Lantern #54, published in 1994, in which Green Lantern Kyle Rayner comes home to find his girlfriend strangled and stuffed inside his refrigerator. Since this incident, “fridging” has been used to refer to female characters killed, maimed or de-powered to further the plotline of a male counterpart
Sharon Carter's death occurred almost immediately following the first big offense Remender committed in the name of uninspired writing: the death of Captain America's young adopted son Ian Rogers. It’s bad enough to kill a 12 year old kid on panel, but when you factor in that he was brutally killed by being shot through the throat- its pretty messed up by anyone's standards.
Angry comic fans have started the hashtag #FireRickRemender on Twitter, tweeting angry messages directly to @Marvel. Fans are being urged to contact Marvel at email@example.com with these complaints and to mark their emails with “okay to print” for further publicity. With the recent staggering box-office success of Captain America: The Winter Soldier it's enraging to think of all the potential new fans being turned off to Cap by Remender's sorry excuse for a Captain America comic. Not to mention how far Captain America book sales have plummeted with Remender at the helm. Long story short, this guy has got to go.
What comic book arcs/writers have enraged you, ONTD?
Russians are attacking Demi Lovato after one of her dancers, wearing a Vladimir Putin mask, kissed another man.
During a performance of her Pride anthem, Really Don’t Care, two of her male backing dancers shared a kiss.
One of them was naked apart from a portrait of Putin attached to his underwear.
Thousands of her fans tweeted using the hashtag #DemiHurtsRussianLovatics, saying they were angry about the incident.
‘She has no right to act this way. This has nothing to do with politics,’ one said. ‘She should continue singing and leave politicians to deal with their countries laws on their own.
‘What has she achieved?... If she’s trying to protect gay rights, she’d better find another way.
‘Offending the president of a foreign country is unacceptable’.
Others were less than coherent, using social media to send insults and threats over the incident.
And others even suggested she should be banned from Russia full stop.
‘Because of this the fans have turned their backs on her and she will very likely be banned from entering out country,’ one said.
‘And then they might ban all foreign artists. Bravo Demi.’
@ddlovato this is the biggest disappointment in my life, you were my idol and ruined everything 👍— Julia Minaeva (@Julia_Minaeva) June 30, 2014
@ddlovato I hate you but you don't know him. whore.— Sha (@MAPCOBA) June 30, 2014
@ddlovato piece of shit— флюнгер♛ (@RuNiallOfficial) June 30, 2014
@ddlovato I was your fan 5 years, but after this words I don't want to know you... 💔— Katherina Plakhotina (@Katya89_96) June 30, 2014
@ddlovato slay— ✿ (@secutelovatos) June 30, 2014
I never called anybody a piece of shit... But I did have Putin struttin' in a rainbow thong. Get your facts straight bitchesss 😝🌈💕💖— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) June 30, 2014
SOURCE + Demi's Twitter
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Zac Efron continues to prove himself as a master of seduction with another dancing video from his vacation in Italy this week, where he’s been catching some sun and wiggling on tables with actress Michelle Rodriguez and a few other friends, including a mysterious “Italian businessman” who straddled him from behind on Monday.
Zac’s Italian daddy has since been identified as Gianluca Vacchi, an “entrepreneur” that enjoys the company of young female models, and now apparently Zac Efron. Watch them turn down for what in the clip below with choreographer Youssef Giga, and please, make sure to lay a towel down on your seat before you do.
Zac has quite the moves for a 26-year-old straight dude! Check out his flawless moonwalk:
1, 2, 3
Yas. Do another musical, Zachary!