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- 08/05/14--04:40: Iggy Azalea covers 10 Magazine
- 08/05/14--18:50: Hayley Atwell Previews Agent Carter's 'Intense' 8-Episode Adventure
- 08/05/14--19:21: Pretty Little Liars 5x10 Preview
- 08/05/14--19:25: Ricky Gervais to Produce David Brent Movie with BBC
- 08/05/14--19:52: Texas Chainsaw Massacre Star Marilyn Burns Dead at 65
- 08/05/14--20:06: Todd in the Shadows takes on Iggy Azalea's "Fancy"
- 08/05/14--20:06: Taylor Swift Gave A Girl $90 To Eat At Chipotle
- 08/05/14--20:07: FEMM Releases Two New Music Videos
- 08/05/14--20:07: New Majid Jordan & PND Projects Prove Drake's Ear is Impeccable
- 08/05/14--20:38: Inside pictures of Kendall for the Teen Vogue September issue.
- 08/05/14--21:33: Is this the worst season of ‘Big Brother’ ever?
- 08/05/14--21:34: E! Renews Plastic Surgery Reality Series Botched For A Season 2!!!!
- 08/06/14--03:02: Kimmy on Kimmel
Beyoncé and Jay Z may be drunk in love, but a man at their Saturday night (Aug. 2) show in Pasadena, CA was drunk and apparently a little hungry.
According to the Pasadena Star News, a man was arrested at Bey and Jay’s recent stop at the Rose Bowl for biting off the tip of another man’s finger after groping the man’s girlfriend.
A 25-year-old man named Roberto Alcaraz-Garnica was arrested in suspicion of sexual battery and mayhem, which is legally defined as “disabling or disfiguring a part of a victim’s body.”
According to police, the alleged attack occurred after Alcaraz-Garnica groped a woman in her 20s and the woman’s boyfriend confronted him leading to a fight between the two men.
“During the altercation, the suspect bit the victim, causing serious injury to his finger,” the police said. “He lost the tip of one of his fingers.”
Alcaraz-Garnica was taken to the Pasadena Police Department’s jail, where he is being held on $100,000 bail pending his initial court appearance. No word yet on the status of the man’s finger.
At that same show, police arrested 10 additional people — eight for public drunkenness, two for ticket scalping during the event.
you can find pictures of the finger here if ur into that
Selena Gomez's rear was slightly damaged Sunday in North Hollywood in a fender bender she allegedly caused.
Gomez was pulling out of a 7/11 parking lot when she backed into another vehicle -- causing some minor damage to her SUV. Immediately afterward, she tweeted and seemed to be blaming paparazzi for distracting her.
Only I'd get into an accident because of men with cameras who have great careers and offer the couple a package at Burke Williams. Oh LA.— Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) August 3, 2014
Unclear what if any damage was done to the other car, but Selena exchanged info with the driver -- and, so far, cops haven't been called … so it looks like she's in the clear.
The global slayage.
Ever since we learned of Ciara and Future’s coupledom, we knew that ole boy had children from prior relationships. Four to be exact (including baby Future). And each child has a different mother.
We’ve known about the children and baby mommas. What we didn’t know was that Future, 30, was having trouble keeping up with his child support payments. According to The Jasmine Brand, a Georgia judge is ordering that monthly child support payments be deducted directly from his paychecks from his music label.
The ruling is in response to Jessica Smith, the mother of Future’s 10-year-old son, claiming that the rapper is trying to pay less than his income dictates.
Last year, the two reached a child support agreement where Future paid $1,662 a month based on claims his monthly income was $16,516. But in March 2013, Smith submitted a child support modification suit stating that she believed Future was lying about his income and was actually making more than $50,000 a month and she wanted his child support to reflect the increase in pay.
Future alleged that he never lied about his true income and then filed documents requesting increased custody of their son.
Though Future claimed there was no increase in income back in 2013, just last month Smith and Future came to a new agreement. And Future’s child support payments are now $2,800 a month. The payments will be deducted directly from his checks and given to Smith. He was also ordered to pay $3,952 in past due child support.
The documents also note that Future has two more children whom he is still fighting in court over child support issues.
If you’re interested in reading the court documents, you can do so here.
It’s interesting that Future spent $500,000 on an engagement ring for Ciara when he had child support that he hadn’t paid.
And in other news, rumors are starting to circulate that Ciara and Future are no longer together. There are several pieces of evidence. Future hasn’t been featured on Ciara’s Instagram page since Father’s Day, she recently vacationed to Ibiza without Future and probably the most damning evidence of them all is the fact that Ciara hasn’t been seen wearing her ring in a long time. Yikes.
I guess, it’s something like another one of his baby mamas, Brittini Mealy said, “Something about adding a kid to the equation changes things for him.”
What do you think about Future’s child support situation and the rumors that these two are no longer together? Are you surprised?
With a freshman run spanning just eight episodes, ABC’s Marvel’s Agent Carter stands to deliver a “contained, intense adventure” for its title character.
British actress Hayley Atwell promised as much during her visit to TVLine’s Comic-Con suite, where she also surveyed the rigorous physical, combat and stunt training ahead for her (ahead of the series’ September production start).
Having previously played Peggy in two Captain America films as well as the Marvel One-Shot featurette packed into Iron Man 3 Blu-ray sets, Atwell also reveals why Agent Carter is a “dream project” and shared what she loves most about the circa-1940s, Howard Stark-appointed S.H.I.E.L.D. bigwig.
Marvel’s Agent Carter is due to premiere at midseason, spanning Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’.s winter hiatus.
-Positive fan reaction to her one-shot was the biggest reason the show got the go-ahead
-Her "delirious" reaction when the series was greenlit
-She wants to do as much of her own fight scenes and stunts as "is legal"
-Her favorite part of Peggy is the one "audiences have yet to see"
-Her dress is adorable
Lucy Hale rocks teased hair on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine’s September 2014 issue.Here’s what the 25-year-old actress and singer had to share with the mag:
On the superficial image Hollywood sells to young women: “[Pretty Little Liars] is about how we look too. That’s terrifying sometimes because you’re breaking out or you feel gross and you still have to be in front of the camera. We’ll post pictures on Instagram and people will be like, ‘Y’all are so flawless.’ Little do they know it’s fake hair, fake eyelashes, and a good filter. Little girls see that and think they have to be like that.”
On her latest project, making a country music album:“So many people didn’t want to touch the project with a 10-foot pole. Literally, I had people laughing and saying, ‘You’re making an album? Good luck.’ … But if you sit down and talk music with me for 10 minutes, you know that’s my passion.”
On auditioning to play Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades of Grey:“That audition was so uncomfortable! It’s exactly what you thought it would be: a big monologue but very, very sexual…there were some things that I was so embarrassed to be reading out loud, but it’s one of those things where you have to commit wholeheartedly or you’re going to make a fool of yourself.”
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Roxane Gay is the gift that keeps on giving. The author released her riveting first novel, An Untamed State, back in May, and she already has a new book out: an entertaining and thought-provoking essay collection called Bad Feminist. In it, she covers of range topics from pop culture to politics, from Fifty Shades of Grey and Sweet Valley High to Wendy Davis’ filibuster and the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Oscar Grant.
TIME: You wrote these essays between 2010 and 2013, but some of them feel especially of the moment — I was reading your essay about privilege while the Internet was having a passionate debate about the topic. Can you see the future?
Roxane Gay: I try to pay attention to what’s going on in our culture, and a lot of the issues I write about are ongoing issues, so it’s always interesting to see those issues come back to the public’s attention over and over. Privilege is something we’re increasingly talking about culturally because people are starting to say, “How do we acknowledge our privilege and acknowledge the ways in which we’re not privileged? How do we keep from stepping on each others toes?” It’s one of the many reasons why we’re having this conversation again.
I thought the essay did a great job of discussing the importance of acknowledging privilege while also critiquing the ways “check your privilege” gets thrown around. What do you think people misunderstand about that phrase?
I think that when people hear that phrase, they start to feel defensive. They feel like they have to apologize for some things they have no control over. You can’t control the fact that you are born a white man or born into wealth. When people say “check your privilege,” they’re saying, “Acknowledge how these factors helped you move through life.” They’re not saying apologize for it. But I think oftentimes, because we’re human, we hear these things and feel we have to apologize, and I think that’s where a lot of it is coming from.
One definition of feminism that you mention in the book is “women who don’t want to be treated like sh-t.” Is there one perfect definition out there?
No, I don’t think there’s one definition of feminism. I think there are multiple definitions of feminism. But at its core, I think it’s that women deserve certain inalienable rights in the same ways that men do. We have to look at reproductive freedom and making sure that the female body is no longer legislated. We have to look at the wage gap and think about race and class and sexuality and ability because we inhabit multiple identities. I think one of the most important things we can do as feminists is acknowledge that even though we have womanhood in common we have to start to think about the ways in which we’re different, how those differences affect us and what kinds of needs we have based on our differences.
Is there value in knowing whether young women in Hollywood identify as feminists?
Yes and no. The value in that is it’s important for more women to claim feminism so people can understand that feminism really isn’t a bad thing or something we need to avoid or be afraid of. But you know, I think that it’s a choice. It’s not something you want to force everyone to believe in. I mean, I would love for everyone to be a feminist, but I have to respect people’s choices. If you don’t want to be a feminist and don’t want to claim feminism, that’s entirely your right. But I think the more visible women that stand up and say, “I’m a feminist,” the better off feminism is going to be, and the better off women overall are going to be.
What did you think of the recent “Women Against Feminism” reaction happening on social media?
I thought it was absurd and sad, but everyone is entitled to their opinion. I disagree entirely and think feminism is what made it possible for them to make those kind of provocative statements. And in many of the young women making statements, I saw women who were saying very feminist things. Mostly I just thought, “How sad that they’re this ignorant.” It’s really ignorance that’s at play here, more than anything else.
Where do you even start with trying to combat that ignorance?
They start by understanding that feminism is just an idea. It’s a philosophy. It’s about the equality of women in all realms. It’s not about man-hating. It’s not about being humorless. We have to let go of these misconceptions that have plagued feminism for 40, 50 years. It’s ridiculous that we’re still having this conversation. “But I love men!” Who cares! It’s not about men at all.
I’ve been thinking a lot about Beyoncé in the past year and how she gets policed for being a bad feminist or doing feminism “wrong.” Do you think she’s a particular target?
Yes, I do. I think that anytime a woman is visible, she becomes a target. I think that Beyoncé is in a particular bind because she’s a big public figure and a role model and also, especially with her most recent work, very sexual and owning her sexuality. Whenever a woman owns her sexuality, it starts to make people uncomfortable. So what we’re seeing is a lot of discomfort, and people are confused because we don’t use a lot of nuance when we talk about our cultural figures when we’re either for them or against them. People are having a difficult time holding multiple opinions about Beyoncé at the same time. I think we’re seeing a lot of that pushback. Whenever a woman does something, we have to comment on it.
Your essay, “What We Hunger For,” is a standout. I didn’t expect a piece that starts off talking about The Hunger Games to transition into talking about personal trauma so seamlessly.
The feedback to that essay is some of the strongest feedback I’ve received on all of the essays. It’s been really wonderful because people found something they can relate to, especially this idea that I come to at the end, that reading and writing is sometimes more than reading and writing — there’s salvation in there and solace. I’ve been really overwhelmed and gratified by the response to the essay. And I think it speaks to my style. Light and dark are two opposites of the same situation. I think that you can start in one place and end in another, and one of the things I love about writing essays is doing that. It’s not something I plan, I just write my way to the unexpected place. When I get there, I realize this is where I go all along.
Is the Internet usually your first draft?
Not always. I find that because I start on Tumblr with no mission, the writing is often more interesting and stronger because I’m not sitting there with a deadline. I’m just writing for myself, so that’s where I do my most open and honest writing. The Internet works well because it’s so responsive and so immediate. I have some thoughts and I put them out there. When I do it on my personal blog, there’s nothing at stake. It’s just my blog, and as far as I’m concerned, no one’s reading it. So that really helps reduce some of the anxiety. I don’t feel a lot of anxiety about my writing, but definitely messing around on Twitter or writing on my Tumblr is just where I’m starting to work through things and figure out what I’m thinking or feeling.
Do you have those moments where you’re confronted with the fact that people are reading your work?
Yeah, definitely. Whenever someone points out something or talks to me about something they liked or that I’ve done, there’s this uncomfortable moment of oh wow. My delusion is really profound. People are reading these things, but I actively work on the delusion.
I’d imagine you’re having more and more of those moments.
I have. It’s been awkward! But yes, absolutely, it’s becoming harder and harder to maintain the delusion. But I’m working hard!
What was the ultimate goal for this book?
When I started to look at this body of work I had created over the past several years, there was a common thread. How do we question the world we live in and question the popular culture that we consume while also admitting to our humanity and enjoying sometimes inappropriate things? And having inconsistent ideas? This is a manual on how to be a human.
In one of your essays, you write, “I’m raising my voice to show all the ways we have room to want more, to do better.” You have essays that explicitly talk about feminism, but you also have essays about college-town life and your competitive Scrabble league — those seem just as important to include when it comes to this mission of speaking up.
I think that if you can’t find anyone to follow, you have to find a way to lead. I wouldn’t call myself a leader, but I’ll stand up and say I’m a feminist. I’m a bad feminist, but I’ll stand up and own my feminism. In each of these essays, I’m very much trying to show how feminism influences my life for better or worse. It just shows what it’s like to move through the world as a woman. It’s not even about feminism per se, it’s about humanity and empathy.
Ricky Gervais is to produce a feature film centering on David Brent, the character he played in the original BBC version of TV comedy series “The Office.”
The movie, “Life on the Road,” will follow Brent’s progress in the 15 years since leaving the company at the center of the TV show. Brent will be seen working as a travelling salesman in order to fund a U.K. concert tour as he pursues his dream of becoming a rock star, the BBC reported Tuesday.
The film, which the BBC is developing, will take the form of a mockumentary. Brent believes it to be a rockumentary, in the style of Martin Scorsese’s Rolling Stones docu “Shine a Light,” but it turns out the crew are shooting a “Where are they now?” documentary, tracking down the original characters from “The Office.”
The pic is set to go into production next year.
Tyler and his dad, John appeared on Lisa Ann Walker’s radio show on Sunday evening. They talked about Tyler growing up in the entertainment busines, fielded quesions from fans, and talked about Tyler hosting the Teen Choice Awards. You can listen below from the 18-minute mark.
if the embed isn't showing up you can listen to the interview here
Hollywood has lost a true "Scream Queen."
E! News can confirm actress Marilyn Burns passed away Tuesday. She was 65.
"She was found unresponsive by a family member this morning in her Houston, TX area home," her rep said in a statement to E! News. "Her family asks for privacy at this time. Further details will be released later."
Burns played Sally Hardesty in the 1974 horror film, Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Her character was one of the lucky ones who survived the horrific chain of events caused by Leatherface.
She went on to appear in other horror films including Eaten Alive, as well as the TV mini-series Helter Skelter.
Burns would also make brief cameos in the 1994 and 2013 reboots of Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
A cause of death will not be announced until an autopsy is performed.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Burns' family.
Last week Taylor Swift went to Central Park where she did a bunch of fun things, including helping this random girl off a rowboat (remember the tragic outfit from one of the TayTay walking posts?) … Well, Twitter is kinda neat because look, the girl’s friend uploaded the photo that was taken from the rowboat and now life has come full circle.
And what happened when the girl mentioned to Taylor that she and here friends were going to Chipotle for lunch? Taylor gave the girl $90!
More tweets + photos @ the source
fyi - that's enough for TWELVE burritos
Rapper, singer, actor, awards-show host, Toronto Raptors ambassador… Drake holds nearly as many job titles as he does house parties. But one we’d be foolish to overlook is talent scout.
Within a span of days, both PartyNextDoor (PartyNextDoor Two) and Majid Jordan (A Place Like This EP) dropped sophomore releases that smartly showcase their respective talents in tight running time and without the distraction of featured artists. To the unfamiliar, one act sounds like it’s a group but is a soloist; the other sounds like a solo artist but is a group. And, much like The Weeknd, background info and interviews from these new artists is scarce. There is power in the enigmatic, OVO teaches us.
PartyNextDoor is Jahron Anthony Brathwaite, a 21-year-old Mississauga dude cut from the Abel Tesfaye mold of Music-To-Drunk-Dial-To. Majid Jordan is the mashup of Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman, a Toronto production duo formerly known as Good People and best known for co-producing and handling the hook of a little ditty called “Hold On, We’re Going Home.”
August 5th now marks Drake Day on ONTD. Shout out to everyone who made it happen. Show some more love for Wheelchair Jimmy in the comment section! Til next year.
All grown-up and covering fashion magazines! Kendall Jenner is proudly not just a reality star anymore, striking out on her own at the age of 18 and moving into the world of high fashion.
The second-youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan is now a bonafide fashion model, after turning heads in February 2014, when she walked the Marc Jacobs Fall 2014 fashion show. In the months since, she has participated in other designer runway shows, and this week, she has a major moment with the debut of Teen Vogue's September issue.
Kim: “Ughhhh @kyliejenner is trying to make me eat carbs! #LaScalla @carladibello@shammaurice”
Kylie: “me & sham took the city”
Khloe: “I miss you like crazy!!!!”
Kylie: “all my bitches attractiveeeee💜💜”
Kylie: “I gotchu, T”
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I’ve given it five weeks, and I’m ready to call it: So far, this is the worst season of “Big Brother.”
Let's be real, the show has been boring since Devin left.
Apparently, there's still plenty of nipping, tucking and trimming left to do. E! has picked up its plastic surgery salvation reality series Botched, the network announced Tuesday.
The show follows self-improvers who have undergone bad plastic surgeries as new sets of doctors try to repair butt tucks, boob jobs, and Justin Bieberfications — yes,someone spent more than $100,000 to look like the pop star — gone wrong.
Season 2 will include man who tried to look more Asian and a woman repairing damage from flesh-eating virus. Show stars renowned plastic surgeons Dr. Paul Nassif and Dr. Terry Dubrow.
"Botched has struck a chord with viewers who are drawn in by stories of surgeries gone wrong," said Jeff Olde, E!'s Executive Vice President of Original Programming and Development. "In quest for perfection, we've tapped a pop culture zeitgeist, sharing cautionary tales, positive outcomes and transformations."
Botched currently averages more than 1.5 million viewers, and is currently on course to become the network's most-watched series since 2011. Season 1 concludes onSunday, Aug. 17 at 10:30/9:30c. The second season will premiere sometime in early 2015.
please give the Human-Ken Doll a spinoff!
source: TV GUIDE
ot;The Flash," which is very different than "Constantine," which is very different than "iZombie," and then "Arrow" is very different from "Flash." We look at "Arrow," it's more on the Batman spectrum and "Flash" is more on the Superman spectrum. "Flash" is more bright and optimistic and hopeful, and "Arrow's" gritty and dark and intense and very grounded compared to "Flash." So as long as everything finds its own niche -- and that's what a successful character does in comics, same with a TV show -- and we don't get repetitive on what we do, there's room for everything.
of the DC Universe. That's why you see characters like the Atom and Firestorm and others we're talking about right now… You'll see a lot of DC Universe characters. You won't see Batman. You won't see Superman. There are a lot of other characters that we aren't going to go to. We're in production on "Batman V. Superman," so you'll see characters like The Atom and Firestorm. We have plans for a lot of other ones, but right now, you will not see a Batman or a Superman in this one.
quot;Smallville" was it had Green Arrow on it for so long that people just got familiar with the character. It was a totally different version, but that way, when we talk about Green Arrow, a lot of people knew about Green Arrow. So when we introduce a character like the Spectre in "Constantine," maybe it would be a spinoff, or maybe it's just to get more awareness for the character, and eventually, we'll do something else with the Spectre. The whole goal for us is to take the opportunity working with these great writers and producers in the studio and getting as many of our characters out there in the best way we can. The reason that "Flash" is so true to DC lore is because everyone working on it loves it. And you can tell when people don't love it. Captain Cold's on my door at the office -- like, literally like 12 feet tall, printed on my door -- and when people come in and say 'Oh, Mr. Freeze!' then I know they're not a
u've got to work with people who love it, because they know.
ith Warner Bros. -- he's a huge DC fan, too. His favorite character is Solomon Grundy! He really knows his stuff, and he knows the value of it. All it really takes is people like Kevin and Peter Roth and Diane [Nelson], our president, to really love the characters and support all that. But it came about because everyone was behind DC, and you had great creators on it. Bruno Heller on "Gotham" -- that's A+. So as long as we have the best creators and the best studio -- like, Warner TV is probably the best television studio. I don't think anyone can argue that at all, and there's a reason for that. You have to combine that power with the DC characters and brand and this is what happens.
character. And it's not that their cape's a certain length or their boots a certain color. It's why these characters have endured for 75 years. When they don't capture that, it doesn't work.
39;t let the word "crisis" get into the "Flash" pilot casually, would you?
t, and when we got on set, it was gigantic! We only expected, like ,a little cage, but David really highlighted that because he knew it was a huge character for the mythology. It was important, and we were going to have plans for the future. We've dropped into so many things. There was a reason that everyone on the cast -- like Cisco Ramon is a character. Caitlin Snow is a character. They're all characters from the lore, and we don't just do that casually. We do that with a purpose… We've talked about characters as obscure as Clive Yorkin, if you remember him. So we have a lot of different plans for this.
illains, and we're starting with Captain Cold. If we can make that work, I think it will be really a blast to see them together, and the Flash fighting more than one character.
all the related merchandise?
Kim Kardashian talks wedding mishaps on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' competes in diaper-changing contest with late-night host
The 33-year-old Mrs. West dished details about her elaborate nuptials on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Monday and showed off her mothering skills.
Not everything was picture perfect for Kimye's wedding.
Kim Kardashian West stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Monday and dished some brand-new details behind her lavish Italian wedding to rapper husband Kanye West.
When the late-night host asked the 33-year-old reality starlet if everyone behaved, she admitted one of her famous sisters had a bit too much alcohol at the rehearsal dinner at the Palace of Versailles.
“I think everyone just had such a good time at Versailles that they drank too much," Kardashian said.
"Khloe drank a little too much the night before and I had to wake her up," she said of her younger sis. "She was laying down and getting her makeup done while she was sleeping, she was so hungover!"
As to why the Hollywood pair — who exchanged vows at Forte di Belvedere in Florence following their rehearsal dinner in France — decided to celebrate in two different countries, she said "We fell in love in Paris, I got pregnant with our daughter in Florence. ... We wanted to share our love story."
"We tried to trick everyone as to where the ceremony would be held, but when the information was leaked it kind of sucked," she added.
Kardashian revealed there was one last-minute disaster at the reception: One expected invitee didn't attend after every guests name had already been engraved into a massive marble table top.
"It was the worst," she told Kimmel. "We tried to put white paint and cover the name."
While Kardashian did not divulge who the no-shows were, it was reported at the time of their nuptials that Beyoncé and Jay Z pulled out at the last minute and spent the weekend in the Hamptons instead.
After her sit-down with Kimmel, the two parents challenged one another to a diaper-changing contest. Kimmel became a father for the third time in July, while Kardashian is mom to 13-month-old North West.
"My baby shockingly doesn't cry," she revealed of little Nori.
The brunette beauty certainly showed she isn't afraid to get her hands dirty as she triumphed over Kimmel in the hilarious competition and walked off stage with a trophy.
Kim Outside (Papparazzi screams)
Kim vs Kimmel Diaper Changing Contest
Kim on Kanye's toast