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    The Fault In Our Stars is set to get a Bollywood makeover.

    Mumbai-based Fox Star Studios said it will adapt the film in Hindi. “We think the story will have an emotional connect with Indian audiences,” Fox Star Studios CEO Vijay Singh told The Hollywood Reporter. “The original English version was released here a couple of weeks ago and is still running. The film has done a business of about $1 million. We had actually thought of adapting it locally even before the film was released here.”
    Details about the adaptation are still being worked out “in terms of which director will helm the project along with casting details and when it can go into production,” added Singh.

    Based on John Green's novel of the same name, The Fault In Our Stars was directed by Josh Boone starring Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, Nat Wolff, with Laura Dern, Sam Trammell and Willem Dafoe in supporting roles. Woodley plays a sixteen-year-old cancer patient who attends a support group where she subsequently meets and falls in love with a cancer survivor (Elgort).

    In May, FSS released City Lights, the Hindi remake of UK foreign Oscar entry Metro Manila. Recently, the studio unveiled the teaser of Bang Bang!, the Bollywood reworking of the Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz starrer Knight And Day. Starring A-listers actor Hrithik Roshan and actress Katrina Kaif, Bang Bang! will open on 2 October.

    Vijay Singh, CEO, Fox Star Studios, says, "Every once in a while comes a special film that goes on to define the emotions of a generation. The Fault In Our Stars resonates with the emotions of today's youth and has found appeal across audience demographics. We are hugely excited to be adapting the film for Bollywood and can't wait to get started!"

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    Peter Capaldi says he is certain that at least one person will like his performance as the Doctor “even if everyone else hates me.”

    Speaking to Marie Claire magazine ahead of his debut as the latest owner of the Tardis, Capaldi says: “I don't know if people will like me or not; or if the show will be more successful or less successful. But no matter what happens, someone somewhere will love me – I'll be someone's Doctor. Even if everyone else hates me.”

    Capaldi added that his version of the character will be less “user-friendly” than tenth Doctor David Tennant and also reaffirmed his assertion that there will be no romantic spark between his character and Jenna Coleman’s assistant, Clara.

    “He's definitely not boyfriend material, because that's not appropriate,” said Capaldi of his Doctor. “He's less user-friendly [than Tennant] he's not a walk in the park. The relationship with Clara is one of responsibility and debt and affection.

    ''[Eleventh Doctor] Matt [Smith] and David [Tennant] are much younger than me, much more handsome. And that's what people have decided they want to take from it. I don't think that will be happening for me. I don't expect to be anyone's heartthrob.

    Capaldi says he is nevertheless aware of the responsibility that comes with playing the role because of the show’s huge popularity.

    “With a big role like this, you have a big sense of responsibility – it's bigger than me. Doctor Who belongs to all the people who love it. [Being in the spotlight] is just part of the game."

    Deep Breath, the feature-length first episode of the new eighth series of Doctor Who, will air on BBC1 on Saturday 23rd August.


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    Earlier this year, Adult Swim announced that the network had partnered with the popular video-driven website to develop a new live-action comedy series inspired by "the energy and style" of the website.

    The pilot will be executive produced by site founder Q WorldStar and Devon Shepard ("House of Lies, "MadTV").

    Announced this afternoon, Paramount Studios has fast-tracked a feature film inspired by, which Russell Simmons has come onboard to co-produce, along with Q Worldstar, Douglas Banker, and Trevor Engelson.

    A Fall shoot in New York City is eyed, with Ian Edelman, creator of HBO's "How to Make It in America," writing the screenplay and is set to direct.

    Plot details are being kept a mystery for now, although comparisons are being made to "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."

    The film will be produced under Paramount's micro-budget (by Hollywood standards) branch, Insurge Pictures - a program the studio set up to finance 10 feature films, all made with $100,000 budgets each.

    Since its launch in 2005, has grown from a niche site covering hip-hop culture, news and user-generated video content, into an online juggernaut that receives over 20 million page views a day and 30 million unique visitors a month. on the web, on TV and now, in the theater.


    anyone catch the worldstar reference on Justified earlier this year?

    Russell Simmons is involved. I have low expectations.

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    Just yesterday, UK sensation Disclosure landed on late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel’s live stage in the middle of Hollywood to perform their certified platinum hit, “Latch.” The recognized tune featured a live performance from vocalist Sam Smith, a British singer still hot from the release of his own celebrated album, In the Lonely Hour. The powerhouse trio paid homage to the track that, to many, placed both acts on the pop music map and was the first fuel to the fire that blasted them forward in their careers.

    Less than two months out from celebrating Settle‘s first birthday, the duo told that as of September, Disclosure will follow plans to head into the studio for their sophomore album… but preparation for the record has already begun. “We’ve been writing [music] for the last few months,” Guy explains. Although the two seem to be accumulating enough music to release a new album at any moment, he continues to clarify that time in the studio has become more of experimental play time. “Because we’re not writing for a particular release, we’ve just been having fun experimenting with different sounds,” Howard further elucidates. “Naturally, a [new sound] might happen, but we won’t stray anywhere too far from the first album. We still feel like we have a lot to give.”

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    It was the episode that everyone has been waiting for — Carter and Lori reunite for the first time since Carter moved in with her biological family. During the August 5 episode of ‘Finding Carter,’ viewers learn about Crash’s past and Carter admitted that she had feelings for him that she cannot turn off.
    When Carter (Kathryn Prescott) told Crash (Caleb Ruminer) that she had feelings for him on the August 5 episode of Finding Carter, sparks flew between the star-crossed lovers. Carter learned about Crash’s past and that he could end up spending three years in prison for his bad boy behavior. Later, Gabe (Jesse Henderson) and Taylor (Anna Jacoby-Heron) went out on a date and they agreed that they were better off as friends.

    Taylor asked Carter if she was mad at Bird (Vanessa Morgan) after last week’s seven minutes in heaven incident. Sarcastically, Carter said that Bird was the biggest slut in slutsville. During Carter’s rant, Taylor said that she invited Bird over and she walked into Carter’s bedroom. Bird asked if Carter was giving her the silent treatment because of Crash. Reluctantly, Carter said it was, but she did not want to admit it to herself. Bird believed Carter was not into him, but Carter could not help how she felt about him. Carter told Bird that she cannot be into the same guy as her best friend. Bird reassured her that it was okay because to Crash, they are just two more girls he can hook up with.

    Determined, Carter said that she wanted to resolve the situation. Bird told Carter that she could not go to his house because he would not want Carter to go there. Carter did not listen and they pulled up to a trailer house that had trash and pizza boxes scattered on the floor. As Carter stood at the trailer door, Crash walked around to the front of the house and gave Carter a dirty look as he walked inside.

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    Sure, the world would love to see another adorable child added to Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck's beautiful brood, but that won't be happening anytime soon.

    The actress's rep tells PEOPLE the reports that she and Affleck, 41, are expecting their fourth child are simply "not true."

    Recent photos of Garner, 42, sporting loose-fitting tops while out and about in L.A., promoted the speculation.

    The couple are parents to children Violet, 8½, Seraphina, 5, and Samuel, 2.

    Back in 2013, Affleck told reporters that, "[Another kid is] not going to happen," adding: "We're in a really good place. Three is good! That's enough!"

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    Cristiano Ronaldo is on the advertising bandwagon once more.

    Earlier in the week it was underwear on billboards, now it's throat strengtheners on TV.

    What precisely said throat strengtheners do is still a matter for debate but CR7 seems delighted with them.

    After the obligatory keepy-ups and ball juggling show Ronnie is shown posing with the bizarre product.

    Others give it a good go but the Real Madrid keeps a watching brief laughing along the way.

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    I am very proud to finally launch my new Rankin X Ronaldo for#CR7Underwear campaign! The second collection launches today- hope you love it as much as I do! Available now on check it out!

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    Christina Aguilera Uses Pregnant Belly as a Table in Hunger Relief Campaign Ad

    The bump has many uses! Christina Aguilera used her pregnant tummy as a prop in adorable new photos promoting the Tuesday, Aug. 5 launch of the World Hunger Relief's "Pass the Red Cup" challenge.

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    In the sweet snapshots, the pregnant star, 33, wears a denim jacket and white dress that cascades over her burgeoning bump. Aguilera, who's served as a global spokesperson for WHR (which benefits the U.N. World Food Programme) since 2009, uses her belly as a table top to write a message on a cup.

    Image and video hosting by TinyPic

    The star is challenging her fans to #PassTheRedCup on social media, which looks to fight global hunger.

    In a blog post for Huffington Post, Aguilera explained why this cause in particular was so important. "It's heartbreaking to me that in our social media driven, increasingly-connected world, nearly 850 million people go to bed hungry each night," she wrote. "And this includes far too many children. It's a subject so close to my heart and has been for a long time, being a mom."
    Aguilera reflected on her time in Rwanda, where she spent time at a refugee camp. "They told me how they escaped violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo," she recalled of the people. "Their courage and hope for a better life was incredible. On my trip, I served food to kids who walk miles to and from school each day to receive a hot meal. I also went to Haiti after the earthquake hit a few years ago and saw its devastating effects on many families. Kids there were so happy just to get rice and beans from WFP."

    Also from her instagram:


    I wonder when she's due..

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  • 08/06/14--18:52: AnnE Wears These Jeans

  • She usually looks like a flawless knockout on the red carpet.

    But on Wednesday afternoon Anne Hathaway revealed just how far her casual off-duty style can stray. While enjoying a coffee at Brooklyn Roasting with husband Adam Shulman and their two dogs Edward and Esmeralda in tow, the 31-year-old actress covered her slender legs in unflattering denim jeans.

    But the Les Miserables star still managed to look cute by pairing the boyfriend-jeans-gone-wrong look with a bright blue T-shirt that matched her bright blue ballet flats.


    Comin for that second oscar with interstellar

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    this dork

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    Debra Granik spoke to Indiewire on the various stages of developing her latest film "Stray Dog," which was filmed over three years and edited over ten months, and treading that thin line between narrative and documentary forms.

    A self-described child of the northeast corridor, Debra Granik has nevertheless dedicated her last two films to the small town struggles of the Ozark backwoods.

    In the first -- 2010's stirring, Academy Award nominated "Winter's Bone"--, Ronnie Hall convincingly portrayed the dangerous drug supplier sought by the protagonist (Jennifer Lawrence, in her breakout role) in a longer journey to find her father. Hall is now the charismatic centerpiece of Granik's first venture into documentary filmmaking, "Stray Dog," named for its subject's nickname. Granik continues to display an impressive eye for captivating protagonists, and Hall is as watchable and magnetic as Lawrence. Rising out of the drug underworld, Granik here remains focused on the minutiae of rural life, while extending her thematic reach to the trauma of war as well as the struggles of adapting to life in the United States as both an immigrant and returning soldier. A consistently engaging account of Hall's experience as a Vietnam War veteran, "Stray Dog" premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and took home the event's prize for Best Documentary Feature. The film follows Hall through a definitive and transitional moment in his life, when he is finally coming to terms with combat guilt—tearfully recalling to his therapist having worn an "enemy" ear around his neck—and embarking on a new life with his Mexican wife of two years and her twin sons, who immigrate to the States midway through the documentary. The honest, sharp Hall becomes an intriguing gateway to a multifaceted, insular and little-seen community.

    Granik spoke to Indiewire on the various stages of developing the project, which was filmed over three years and edited over ten months, and treading that thin line between narrative and documentary forms. We learned, for example, that it was not until late in production that the decision arose to include no interviews or voice over and that she had attempted but ultimately failed to reenact Hall giving his dog CPR. She also gave us hope for a promising reunion; having given Lawrence perhaps the best role of her career, which has since then flourished with an Oscar win for "Silver Linings Playbook," Granik says a potential second collaboration is a definite possibility. The film's editor, Tori Stewart, joined Granik for the following interview.

    When you first met Ron, what most drew you to him? How did you know he would make this great subject?

    Debra Granik: You don't know until you try and film a kind of sample. Filming a little with him is what gave us a feeling that we could do something with him, develop it, and learn more about him. There were a lot of themes in his life that were rich, loaded, and unexpected to us. You can see someone in a setting and make assumptions about them, but it is not until they start to tell some anecdotes and explain some connections, that there starts to weave an interesting fabric. Ron is also a natural storyteller. We learned that some of his stories he uses as icebreakers, as ways to meet someone he doesn't know—a kind of regional generosity. Some of those stories show that he had a colorful personality.

    Do you think the fictional aspects of the film come from your history with narrative film?

    Granik: I do. We are influenced by examples from world cinema where there is a final line between documentary and narrative. The narrative is constructed, but the people are real. We always tried to get a lot of coverage.

    The boys were already very photogenic. They were two attractive, emo twins. It was very touching how they did everything as twins. They were stunned by those first few months, and the footage gave us that. You couldn't write it differently. These were twins who were physically connected, surviving with each other in the room. The image of them dictated the story.

    What were the most striking differences between directing "Winter's Bone" and this?
    Granik: You have so much more time to observe and learn with a documentary because of the time between the shoots. You get a much deeper understanding of day-to-day life and its themes. It's also much more of a mess after three years; you have to comb it out carefully and see what fits together and makes sense.

    How was it for you as women, seeing as it is a very masculine setting?

    Granik: I think it helped. We aren't jaded. It's not just yesterday's news for us. Everything they did was of interest to us, which became comical to them. I think there were times, however, when they must have experienced some kind of chasm.

    Stewart: On our side, the desire to know was truly there; and on theirs, the desire to explain was also there. There was a mutual desire to reach an understanding.

    Granik: At a lot of festivals, people ask why the subject would consent to being in a documentary. It can be a very meaningful and powerful form of reflection. You feel that you are being truly seen and something about the decisions you've made and the things you've experienced have a place in history. Someone for some reason is asking you about them. That exists for both male and female documentary filmmakers. It stops being about the gender of who's asking but the fact that you're a person who has a sincere interest. Many times, the person needed that opportunity to reflect on their life, and sometimes that experience alters them. I think people want to put out information and questions about their existence.

    You have a great eye for rich characters and the ability to bring out the full potential in actors, as not only with Ron but also Jennifer Lawrence in "Winter's Bone."

    Granik: I'd like to think of myself as someone who can do that. It's very contingent on a lot of things, however. Jennifer Lawrence has done so much since then; she was so hungry to push herself and experiment. There are moments in time when things just synch up in the right way, so you have to be really humble about it. There's what you bring to it but also timing and circumstance, and that goes across all filmmaking. There's an element of chance in all filmmaking, which is part of what makes it a queasy profession.

    Stewart: And fun!

    Granik: Yes, and fun.

    Lawrence, in your film, was the best I have ever seen her. Will you work with her again?

    Granik: I would never say no, but I would have to think of a good project. The protagonist in "Winter's Bone" was a really good role for a female. She was strong; she didn't have to conform to something or be a sidekick to any man. That's part of what you're responding to; it's a woman-centric situation. Her value in the film was not reliant on any man.

    Rest of the interview in the source.

    Smh at this article raising my hopes up but I'm glad for Granik, we need more filmmakers like her.

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    Smokey Robinson
    recruited the help of his friends Miguel, Aloe Blacc, and JC Chasez for a new version of the song “My Girl,” provided exclusively for a premiere on!

    The song was written by Smokey back in the 1960s and originally recorded by The Temptations. This new version will be featured on the legendary singer’s upcoming duets album Smokey & Friends, out in stores and iTunes on August 19.

    John Mayer is also featured on the song playing guitar!

    The full album will launch next week via iTunes Radio and Smokey will be appearing on a bunch of television programs this month so look out for a lot more of him!


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    It’s always amusing when people criticize Walt Disney for being sexist because of the way he ran his company over 70 years ago, while completely overlooking the contemporary Disney Company’s abysmal track record of promoting women into top creative positions.

    While Walt Disney’s behavior can at least be understood (slightly) in the historical context of mid-twentieth century America, the company’s actions today are indefensible.

    Take, for example, Disney Television Animation. Launched in 1984, the division has produced over 50 half-hour series in the past thirty years, and of those half-hour series, only one—let me repeat that, ONLY ONE— was created solely by a woman.

    And it has been 17 years since the premiere of that series—Sue Rose’s Pepper Ann.

    Disney TV has finally deemed a second woman worthy of helming her own half-hour series. ‪Star Vs. The Forces of Evil,‬ created by Daron Nefcy, a 2009 CalArts grad, will debut on Disney Channel and Disney XD in 2015.

    Disney teased the show at the San Diego Comic-Con last month with this footage;

    The scarcity of women show creators at Disney TV Animation isn’t a unique phenomenon within the Los Angeles TV animation boys’ club.

    Disney competitor Cartoon Network produced animated TV shows for twenty years before greenlighting a show created solely by a woman. That show, Rebecca Sugar’s Steven Universe, premiered only last November.

    Perhaps someday the industry will address the lack of woman show creators in a meaningful manner, so we won’t have to treat news about such shows as major events.

    For now, the animation industry’s attitudes towards women—not to mention minorities—remain mired in outdated paradigms and the evolution happens at a glacial pace.

    Yes, ‪Star Vs. The Forces of Evil‬ is a sign of progress, but it’s also a reminder of how much further the major animation studios have to go until they begin to consistently judge creators on their creative potential and not their gender.


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    Need a vacation? How about a nice, relaxing stay at Warren Jeffs' mansion, now know as America's Most Wanted Suites and Bed & Breakfast.

    With its scenic location, cheery website and the promise of “quaint comfy rooms,” you might never suspect the complicated past of Utah’s newest inn. Only the name offers a clue. The compound was originally built for polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs, who is serving life in prison for sexually assaulting two girl he took as a child bride.

    Constructed by his followers at the self-proclaimed prophet’s request in 2011, the Hildale, Utah, property now belongs to Willie Jessop, Jeffs’ former bodyguard-turned-hotelier. It opened to the public last week, allowing guests to get a glimpse of some of the mansion’s menacing features, such as double thick walls, solid doors that require extra hinges and a 12-foot-tall concrete fence that surrounds the property.

    “I left it there so people could go and see how paranoid he was,” Jessop, 44, told NBC News about his former boss. “It was my hope that the walls would help be a reminder to the community that if you need walls like this, you’re probably doing something wrong.”

    Jessop, who once served as a spokesman for the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS), said he refused to defend his former boss when he found out what Jeffs had done and was excommunicated. He bought the compound for $3.6 million at an auction last year after winning a lawsuit against church leaders, the St. George News reported. Jessop had accused them of ruining his excavation business and harassing his family.

    Since Jeffs was already behind bars when the compound was built, he and his followers never lived in the building. Still, Jessop knows that Jeffs' notoriety is part of the hotel’s character, thus the nod to “America’s Most Wanted” in the B&B’s name— a reminder that the polygamous sect's former leader was once listed on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.

    Some of Warren Jeffs' 78 wives, including his known child brides, Brenda Lei Fischer [first row, fourth from left, married Jeffs at age 13], Ida Vilate Jessop and Merrianne Jessop [second row, fourth and fifth from left, married Jeffs at ages 13 and 12] Loretta Barlow [second row, third from right, married Jeffs at age 13 and had a child by him at age 15] Veda Keate [third row, first on left, married Jeffs at age 13 and had a child by him at age 14] and Amy Draper [fourth row, fourth from right, married Jeffs at age 13]

    According to court documents, Jeffs, 55, who is now serving a life sentence in prison, has at least 78 wives. DNA evidence presented during the trial proved Jeffs had fathered a child with a 15-year-old child bride. Audio recordings were played on which jurors heard him sexually assaulting a 12-year-old and instructing other minors on how to please him sexually.

    “I didn’t feel like it would be very honest to try to cover up the past, but I didn’t want it to be about Warren either,” Jessop said.

    Travelers won’t find many mementos or hints of the hotel’s link to the FLDS. Jessop prefers to focus on what he proudly calls a “world class bed and breakfast.” There are 14 rooms available to book, including a king suite with a private kitchen. Each room has a bathroom, climate control, a smart TV and access to Wi-Fi, Jessop said. Rates start at $85 per night for single occupancy, with the king suite going for $200 per night. There’s also a spa and an exercise room.

    He also took down all the “No trespassing” signs around the property — he counted seven — and replaced them with “Welcome home” signs.

    “We’re just trying to attract people of all walks of life who’d like to come to the community and feel welcome… (it’s) something that could be positive instead of sinister,” Jessop said.

    Haunted by what happened at Jeffs’ Yearning for Zion Ranch in Texas, Jessop said his main goal was to prevent anything similar from taking place at the Utah compound. “My number one concern was that it not ever be used to violate little girls in the community,” Jessop said.

    All the attention he's getting for the B&B has been a pleasant surprise, he added.

    “It would be fun if people come and stay because it’s in the heart of a national park and because it was in a unique community that treated them well.”


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    Warner Bros has made an announcement of release dates all the way to 2020, besting Marvel by a whole year. They've staked out a lot of territory, but right now it's all just "Untitled DC Movie" hogging up their calendar - and often outside of the traditional (and clearly metastasizing) summer season, including a second movie in 2016 and two every year thereafter.

    I'd place money on the June 2017 movie being Justice League, and Justice League 2 being the June 2020 movie, but what about everything else?

    And for those who want to see your Big Two releases for the rest of the decade (Fox and Sony included), here you go:

    Avengers: Age of Ultron 05/01/2015
    Fantastic Four 06/19/2015
    Ant-Man 07/17/2015

    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 03/25/2016
    Captain America 3 05/06/2016
    X-Men: Age of Apocalypse 05/27/2016
    Untitled Marvel Film (probably Doctor Strange) 07/08/2016
    Untitled DC Film - 08/05/2016
    The Sinister Six - 11/11/2016

    Untitled Female Spiderverse Film - TBA 2017
    The Wolverine 2 03/03/2017
    Untitled Marvel Film - 05/05/2017
    Untitled DC Film (probably Justice League) - 06/23/17
    Fantastic Four 2 - 07/14/2017
    Guardians of the Galaxy 2 07/28/2017
    Untitled Marvel Film 11/03/2017
    Untitled DC Film - 11/17/2017

    Amazing Spider-Man 3 - TBA 2018
    Untitled DC Film - 03/23/18
    Untitled Marvel Film - 05/04/2018
    Untitled Marvel Film - 07/6/2018
    Untitled Fox Superhero Film - 07/13/2018
    Untitled DC Film - 07/27/2018
    Untitled Marvel Film - 11/02/2018

    Untitled DC Film - 04/05/2019
    Untitled Marvel Film - 05/03/2019
    Untitled DC Film - 06/14/2019

    Untitled DC Film - 04/03/2020
    Untitled DC Film - 06/19/2020


    and more will be probably be announced later on, lbr. you ready for this, ONTD?

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    Grace Helbig is a busy woman. In addition to producing videos for her It’s Grace channel, the 28-year-old comedienne spreads her creative efforts across books, films, and TV shows. Helbig’s latest announcement is a big one: She’s officially coming to TV via the E! channel, where she will host a hybrid comedy program/talk show pilot.

    Deadline officially announced Helbig’s TV show today, but it has been in the works for several months.
    Back at March’s South By Southwest festival, Helbig revealed that her TV show would be produced by Embassy Row, the studio behind Talking Dead and Watch What Happens: Live. The Deadline report confirms that detail while adding in a tentative title for the show: The Grace Helbig Project.

    More exact details about the show, such as its launch date, its timeslot, and its specific format, have not yet been revealed. However, Deadline suggests that Helbig could fill the late-night talk show slot that Chelsea Handler will vacate when she ends Chelsea Lately on August 26th. Handler has been attached to a separate project that will debut on Netflix in 2016.

    Helbig is one of YouTube’s most popular and likable vloggers. She counts 1.8 million subscribers on her personal channel, which she built up after severing a long-running partnership with the My Damn Channel network at the end of 2013.


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    Bottom 4:
    Bridget, Jacque, Emilio, Zack

    Sent home:
    Bridget & Emilio

    All-Stars returning next week!:

    Nick Lazzarini (Season 1 - with Tanisha)
    Ryan Di Lello (Season 6 - with Valerie)
    Allison Holker (Season 2 - with Rudy)
    Twitch (Season 4 - with Jacque)
    Jaimie Goodwin (Season 3 - with Ricky)
    Comfort Fedoke (Season 4 - with Casey)
    Will Wingfield (Season 4 - with Jessica)
    Mackenzie Dustman (Season 10 - with Zack)

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    When it comes to hard-core fans of different franchises, there are not many that are more hard-core than the Star Wars fans, so it was rather interesting to see their response and reactions when Disney announced that they had bought the rights to the Star Wars franchise and were releasing new Star Wars movies. While some were excited about the news, there were others who were disappointed that people could not just leave the Star Wars franchise alone.

    Anyway, talk soon turned to which former Star Wars characters we would see returning for the new Star Wars movies and, while there have been a lot fantastic Star Wars characters down the years who we would love to see making a return, there are some that have been awful, to say the least. One of the least favourite Star Wars characters ever would have to be Jar Jar Binks but could we see the character making a return?

    British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has become one of the most sought after actors in Hollywood over the past few years and during a recent interview, Benedict gave us a few impressions, including one of Jar Jar Binks. The Benedict Cumberbatch impression of Jar Jar Binks was so good that we could actually see the actor playing the character in Star Wars: Episode VII with the use of motion capture.


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