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- 08/09/14--17:45: Domhnall Gleeson talks about Star Wars
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While the Internet is no stranger to thigh gap scandals, it seems that retailer the Gap has now found itself immersed in the too-skinny debate.
The popular clothing company has been on the receiving end of criticism as of late after the Gap tweeted a photo of a super-skinny model wearing a pastel plaid dress.
"Dress up your days in pastel plaid. #since1969," read the caption to the pic, which features the pin-thin model.
The image sparked an endless amount of controversy from the Twitterverse, with some users defending the brunette beauty's frame, while others expressed outrage over the controversial shot.
Following the plethora of critical comments, the model's husband, director Daniel Ralston, weighed in on the skinny scandal and insisted that his wife simply has trouble putting on weight.
Gap has since responded to the controversy via a statement to E! News. "Our intentions have always been to celebrate diversity in our marketing and champion people for who they are," Edie Kissko, Gap Inc. spokesperson said. "Upon reflection, we understand the sensitivity surround this photograph. Customer feedback is important to us and we think this is a valuable conversation to learn from."
It's also worth noting that the retailer's website features a different model sporting the same dress. According to the site, the model is 5-foot-10 inches with a 25-inch waist and is wearing a size small.
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Hilary sent some lucky fans on instagram pieces of her ‘All About You‘ single cover. The fans had to put all the pieces together to form the single cover and they did. Later on, Hilary tweeted the cover on her Twitter account
C'mon guys! Show me what u got? pic.twitter.com/HFEs5RXLoU— Hilary Duff (@HilaryDuff) August 9, 2014
She looks beautiful!
We told you about this new advice show, The Daily Helpline, last week when Brandy was a guest and spoke openly and vulnerably about hoping to find love before it’s too late. Someone else who has appeared on the new Fox show since is Tisha Campbell-Martin, and she too opened up in a way that we’ve never seen her do before. While giving a woman who was a victim of sexual assault some heartfelt advice, she revealed that she has gone through the same feelings and struggles the young woman had because she was also sexually abused at one point in her life.
“You can no longer be a victim. You have to be victorious at this point. You can’t play the victim because at this point, and I’m not saying this to put you down or anything. What I’m saying is that he is winning, and you are allowing him to win. You are making a conscious decision to harm yourself, to hurt yourself and allow this person to still have dominion over your life. You can’t do that anymore. The reason why I can absolutely say this to you without judgment or anything else is, and this is the first time I have ever admitted this on camera in front of millions of people is that I too have been a victim of the same thing. When I was three I was raped, by an older person. Now, I knew as child I did nothing wrong and that this wasn’t my fault, but I have found forgiveness in the guilt that I might’ve had. I felt like, did I pull this in? Did I do something? At three years old? No. It’s a heinous crime.”
"The streaming video service just edged past HBO on the subscription revenue front last quarter, earning $1.146 billion to the cable network's $1.141 billion."
Emmy nominations aren't the only place where Netflix is beginning to eat HBO's lunch. The streaming video service just edged past HBO on the subscription revenue front last quarter, earning $1.146 billion to the cable network's $1.141 billion.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings posted the news to Facebook, noting that his company is still behind when it comes to profits and Emmys, but "we're honored to be in the same league." He added, "Yes, I loved Silicon Valley (Mike Judge's sitcom about tech start-ups) and yes, it hits a little close to home."
Netflix NFLX shares rallied 4.5%, one of the better performers on a down day for the market.
Founded in 1997 as a online DVD rental service, Netflix began streaming movies and TV series online in 2007, entering the original content business in 2011 with House of Cards. The show brought Netflix its first Emmy nominations the following year. Both Cards and prison dramedy Orange is the New Black are up for series Emmys on Aug. 25.
'Before We Go' tells the story of a missed train that leads to a powerful connection. Stranded in New York, Brooke has nobody who can help her, except Nick, the young trumpet player whom she meets by chance in Grand Central Station. The duo spend the wee hours wandering around the city, and the night becomes one of discoveries. Starring Chris Evans and Alice Eve.
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Ricky Rick collects debts for Troy. He's very brutal. You have to see it to believe it! Subscribe now! The Neighbors, the new sitcom by Tommy Wiseau, coming this September!!!!! What happened to the rooster? What is Don's secret? Find out on THE NEIGHBORS!!!!!!
The actor of "Frank" and "About Time" answered whatever offbeat questions he could about working on the anticipated J.J. Abrams installment.
"There's a guy in that window out there with a sniper rifle trained on you, and another one that's trained on me right now, and they can hear every word we're saying, and if you ask a question that disrespects the NDA, there's just going to be a 'poof'!" he told ComingSoon.net, as the outlet tried hard to get Gleeson to leak a secret or two about the anticipated J.J. Abrams installment while interviewing him about the offbeat rock band film Frank.
While Gleeson refused to comment on whether the cast and crew are required to wear shin guards after Harrison Ford's leg injury, he did note, "When you walk from your trailer to the set — you're in Pinewood Studios — you have to put on a big, black cloak thing to cover all of your clothes, like full length, 'cause they're worried about people seeing costumes and stuff. It's crazy."
Still, he's not necessarily anticipating a life-changing amount of fame, and laughed about the notion that he'll be turned into an action figure soon: "Just because I'm doing Star Wars doesn't mean that'll be the thing that makes people stop me in the street. Maybe they won't ever, so it'll be fine."
So who is guiding him through all the uncharted Star Wars territory? "No one can give me advice on Star Wars because nobody knows what I'm doing in Star Wars. The only advice I've gotten is from people like J.J., and that's always good advice!"
He was able to answer a question about the food on set, describing it as, "Excellent. Excellent food. Really really good. You can go really healthy and it'll still be tasty. ... Something like quinoa with chicken and stuff, but your whole meal will only be 500 calories, but it'll be really tasty and there won't be any crazy sauce or anything like that, but it's just really well seasoned and delicious."
He's totally playing Luke's son, calling it now.
Summer is officially in full swing and as millions head to the beach, it’s easy to forget how essential our oceans—and sharks—really are. In an effort to help shed light on the important role that sharks play in maintaining a healthy ocean and planet, LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics has partnered up with Discovery Channel’s SHARK WEEK, the longest running prime time series on television and beloved summertime ritual, to launch the limited edition Shark Fin Soap.
Made from vegan, cruelty-free ingredients including skin-softening seaweed, cleansing sea salt, lime and lavender, LUSH’s Shark Fin Soap ($5.95) was created especially to promote shark conservation efforts in partnership with Discovery Channel’s SHARK WEEK, which kicks off August 10th. A paper fin in the top of the soap is a cheeky way for LUSH staff and customers to engage on the very important topic of shark finning and how everyone can help change the tide for sharks. With every purchase of Shark Fin Soap, LUSH will give 100 percent of the sale price to United Conservationists to support their FinFree™ movement.
“With the support from selling 30,000 shark fin soaps, United Conservationists aims to create and unleash the most powerful shark conservation tool ever and take FinFree™ to the next level. This free toolkit will include a shorter version of the award-winning film Sharkwater, in order to educate and inspire the masses,” says Rob Stewart, United Conservationists Co-founder and director of Sharkwater.
Sharks play a critical role keeping the ocean’s ecosystem in balance. Sadly, the growing demand for shark fin soup and other shark products has led to a decline in shark populations by over 90 percent in just a few decades. Sharks are killed largely for their fins with the practice of shark finning taking only the fin and discarding the body, wasting 95 percent of the animal. Because LUSH cares about animals and the planet, we’ve partnered with SHARK WEEK and United Conservationists to launch a campaign across all of our stores in North America from July 30 – August 16. In addition to selling Shark Fin Soap we are also inviting our customers to sign petitions asking for a complete ban on the trade, and possession of ALL shark fin products (www.fin- free.com/petitions).
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Newly single! ☆Jennifer Lawrence☆ stepped up her fashion game on Friday, Aug. 8. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire actress was spotted wearing a chic crop top, which exposed her black bra, following her split with Nicholas Hoult on Friday, Aug. 8.
Th 23-year-old Oscar winner topped off the Bohemian look with loose-fitted jeans. She accessorized with a black belt, floppy hat and matching sunglasses.
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If you missed the premiere of “The Knick” on Friday, here’s your chance to take a free bloody trip back to the 1900's.
Cinemax has put the pilot up on YouTube. Directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Clive Owen as a doctor at New York’s Knickerbocker Hospital during the early 20th century, the grisly medical drama is not for the faint of heart. There’s also a full frontal nude scene a mere 20 seconds into the first episode.
“Yes, the barbaric nature of medicine — evolving though it was — remains grisly stuff, but once that point’s made (and made again), it’s tough to see what breakthroughs ‘The Knick’ has left to offer,” Variety’s Brian Lowry wrote in his review.
This practice has become the norm with cable show premieres. Most recently, Starz’s “Outlander,” HBO’s “The Leftovers” and Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful” pilots were all posted online for free by the respective network.
“The Knick” airs Fridays on Cinemax.
Funimation announced that Shinichiro Watanabe's classic Cowboy Bebop television anime will be released on Blu-ray and DVD in North America in December.
The 26-episode series will be released on DVD, standard Blu-ray, and in Amazon and Funimation.com premium Blu-ray/DVD editions. The two Premium Editions will each feature different packaging and premium items, but their precise details will be announced later.
Funimation describes the story:
Explore the far reaches of the galaxy in this undeniably hip series that inspired a generation – and redefined anime as an indisputable art form.
The Bebop crew is just trying to make a buck. This motely lot of intergalactic loners teams up to track down fugitives and turn them in for cold hard cash. Spike is a hero whose cool façade hides a dark and deadly past. The pilot Jet is a bruiser of a brute who can't wait to collect the next bounty. Faye Valentine is a femme fatale prone to breaking hearts and separating fools from their money. Along for the ride are the brilliant, but weird, hacker Ed and a super-genius Welsh Corgi named Ein. On their own, any one of them is likely to get lost in the sprawl of space, but together, they're they most entertaining gang of bounty hunters in the year 2071.
The anime streaming service Daisuki announced last year that it intends to stream the series before it is released on home video.
Bandai Entertainment previously held the license to the series. The series originally aired in Japan in 1998-1999.
FUNimation Entertainment announced at its industry panel at Otakon on Saturday that it has licensed The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya 2006 and 2009 series, The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya, Nyorōn Churuya-san, Lucky Star and its OVA, the Strike Witches film, and Steins;Gate Fuka Ryōiki no Déjà vu. The company has also acquired the home video rights for D-Frag!, BlazBlue Alter Memory, Riddle Story of Devil, Freezing Vibration, and Unbreakable Machine-Doll.
The first season of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya premiered in 2006 and was rebroadcast in 2009 with new episodes. The story adapts Nagaru Tanigawa and Noizi Ito's The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya light novels. Bandai Entertainment previously held the license both series.
The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya anime series adapts Puyo's "official gag manga" of the original light novels. Similarly, Nyorōn Churuya-san adapts Eretto's manga about a super-deformed version of the Haruhi character Tsuruya in 2008.
The Kadokawa Anime Channel on the YouTube video-sharing website premiered the two net anime series with English subtitles in 2009. Bandai Entertainment previously licensed both and released them together on two DVDs.
Crunchyroll streams both the first and second season of the show, as well as both spin-offs.
The moe comedy series Lucky Star premiered in 2007. Bandai Entertainment previously held the license and Crunchyroll streams the series. The OVA sequel from 2008 is a series of short vignettes with the same characters.
The Strike Witches film opened in Japan in 2012. Like the television series, the film adapts the mixed-media project with art by Humikane Shimada.
The Steins;Gate Fuka Ryōiki no Déjà vu film opened last year in Japan as a sequel to the 2011 television anime series. The film reunites the television series' cast and staff with a completely new story set after the "true end" of the television series.
Funimation streams Steins;Gate and the first and second seasons of Strike Witches. The company also released both on home video.
Funimation streamed BlazBlue Alter Memory, Freezing Vibration, and Unbreakable Machine Doll last fall, D-Frag! this past winter, and Riddle Story of Devil this past spring.
Funimation announced the English dub cast for Ghost in the Shell Arise episodes one and two at its Otakon panel on Saturday.
The dub is being directed by Zach Bolton. The cast includes:
Elizabeth Maxwell as Motoko Kusanagi
John Swasey as Aramaki
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as Kurutsu
Christopher R. Sabat as Batou
Eric Vale as Tsumugi
Alex Organ as Togusa
Jason Douglas as Paz
Bill Jenkins as Sadamoto
David Wald as Raizo
Jad Saxton as Logicoma
Brian Mathis as Mamuro
Chris Rager and Ibachi
Funimation describes the story:
Border 1: Ghost Pain
Set against a backdrop of international arms dealers, exploding cyborgs, and murdered prostitutes, this origins story plays out with a futuristic flair for the destructive. When cyborg hacker Motoko Kusanagi is hired to investigate a devastating bombing, she must fight her way through a maze of phantom memories to unlock her mysterious past – and track down the evil mastermind behind the attacks.
Border 2: Ghost Whispers
Witness the formation of the legendary Public Security Section 9. When a clandestine organization hacks every car in the city, Kusanagi recruits a lethal team of cyber operatives that includes a badass brawler with Special Forces training, an explosives expert, a technology specialist, and a chain-smoking jack-of-all-trades with a sordid past. Together this ruthless gang of enforcers sets out to clamp down on the chaos and make the city safe again.
Funimation licensed the four-part anime and released the first episode in a special imported edition last August. The company plans to screen the first two episodes in a limited theatrical run later this year. The fourth episode will run in select theaters in Japan for two weeks beginning on September 6.
The first two episodes will be available on home video in North America on October 21.
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Now...wheres my rerelease of Witch Hunter Robin and Escaflowne?
Suits are being pressed, dresses are being primped and red carpets are being steam cleaned as the Toronto International Film Festival gets ready to roll in a few weeks. And a new trailer is here for one of their highlight attractions, Liv Ullman's "Miss Julie."
Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell and Samantha Morton lead this period drama, based August Strindberg's acclaimed play, about the upstairs/downstairs romance that develops between a valet and a young aristocratic woman. Hot, corseted stuff! As you'll see in the trailer, it's all very elegant and tortured, and yes, we're really looking forward to it.
No release dates or distributors yet for "Miss Julie." Watch below.
Kermit the Frog may have musical chops, a fabulous gal-pig by his side, and a great knack for journalism, but there’s one thing he’s been unable to attain: true superhero status.
As a new MTV interview reveals, it turns out our favorite amphibian actually auditioned for The Avengers, but was turned down for the role of The Incredible Hulk. Kermit probably would’ve wanted a chance at having superpowers, but that’s none of his business…
In the same interview, Kermit and Pepe the King Prawn talk summer movies, including Guardians of the Galaxy and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. The two also share their thoughts on CGI-heavy films and offer up their advice to animal characters looking to break into showbiz. As we all know, it’s tough out there for a Muppet.
Watch the full interview here (won't embed).
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Rebecca Romijn Mystique body paint expertise is featured in GSN's first-ever body painting competition show, "Skin Wars."
Rebecca Romijn Mystique has had her own share of being painted from her head to her toes when she was the first model to be painted for the swimsuit issue of Sports Illustrated. Rebecca Romijn Mystique had to endure an exhausting total of eight hours of make-up every single day just so she could be transformed into Mystique, as featured in "X-Men."
Rebecca Romijn Mystique informed FOX411, "You sort of have to go to a Zen place. You have to get into some fairly awkward positions to help out the person who's painting you."
Since she had to portray the role of a shape-shifting mutant, Rebecca Romijn Mystique had to be fully covered in lots of layers of blue body paint. According to her statement, she was oftentimes brought in at midnight so that the team can start the painting process. They had to start at this time so that Rebecca Romijn Mystique could make it to the set by 9 a.m.
As a side effect of having all that blue paint all over her body, Rebecca Romijn Mystique said that she left a blue trail wherever she went. She said, "Blue paint on everything, including every time I had to go use the loo, blue toilet seats. Everybody knew when I had to go use the bathroom because there was a blue toilet seat."
There were reports that stated that Jennifer Lawrence, the amazingly talented actress who was selected for Mystique in the latest "X-Men" film, requested to wear a body suit since the body paint irritated her skin. Rebecca Romijn Mystique commented on this and said, "Not that Jennifer Lawrence didn't do a great job, she's phenomenal. I love sharing that role with that girl. She's as cool as they come, but I do think nine hours of make-up makes you the villain you need to be to be Mystique."
Retail giant Amazon is giving Captain America, Miss Piggy and Maleficent the cold shoulder. Consumers are suddenly unable to place advance orders to buy DVDs or Blu-ray discs of forthcoming films from Walt Disney Studios, including two popular summer releases that each captured more than $700 million in global box office receipts — “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “Maleficent.”
You also can't pre-order a copy of Guardians of the Galaxy on DVD or Blu-ray from Amazon right now, even though you can at other retailers like Best Buy. Neither Disney nor Amazon responded to requests for comment on the development, which was first reported by Home Media Magazine.
Amazon’s move is reminiscent of a dispute it had with another powerhouse Hollywood film studio, Warner Bros. Earlier this summer, Amazon halted preorders of movie discs from the studio ahead of the hotly anticipated home release of the family film “The Lego Movie.” Amazon used the hard-ball tactics to persuade Warner Bros. to agree to more favorable deal terms, according to one person with knowledge of the discussion. Ultimately, the two sides reached an accord, and DVD and Blu-ray disc sales resumed.
On the print side, the retail giant is embroiled in a pricing dispute with book publisher Hachette, as the bookseller seeks to drop the price for electronic books. Hachette has resisted — and Amazon responded by suspending advance orders of titles from the publisher’s authors and slowing mail delivery of its books.
A group of writers are taking out a full-page ad in Sunday’s New York Times to protest the bookseller’s actions — and Amazon has responded with a campaign of its own. Even though DVD sales are declining amid the growing popularity of Internet streaming services, the revenue remains important to underwriting the cost of a film.
The home release of major family films such as the forthcoming titles from Disney — “Maleficent,” a fresh telling of the “Sleeping Beauty” story from the perspective of its villain, and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” a second installment in the Marvel superhero saga — remain popular with certain groups of consumers. Amazon currently offers the Disney titles, as well as “Muppets Most Wanted,” for purchase through its video streaming service, Amazon Instant Video.
In the continuing courtroom divorce saga of The Real Housewives of Vancouver star Jody Claman, the B.C. Supreme Court judge dismissed her evidence outright and accused her of manipulating her daughter and the psychologist and of trying to manipulate the court.
Justice Miriam Gropper said she found Claman would do “anything to get what she wanted with no regard for the truth.”
“It’s only one person’s opinion and I’m not offended by it,” said Claman outside court. She was prevented from commenting further because of a court-ordered ban restricting what she could say on social media or to the media.
The couple’s divorce will be final this fall and Gropper said her decision at a later date will include whether or not Eran Friedlander is entitled to Claman’s assets and child support.
“I’m a strong, successful woman who’s being taken to the cleaners,” said Claman, adding she had no pre-nup. “He wants half my assets that I’ve had for 30 years.”
She offered this advice to anyone getting married: “Talk to a lawyer.”
Laurita, who appeared in the first five seasons, will make a comeback on The Real Housewives of New Jersey late into sixth edition, which just premiered on Bravo last month.
"Yes, it's true, Jacqueline will be making a return towards the end of the season. Because she still has a close relationship with Kathy [Wakile], her scenes will mostly be with Kathy," a source told E! News.
Laurita and her sister-in-law Dina Manzo don't get along very well, however, Laurita reportedly isn't returning to start any type of conflict.
"She is not coming back to stir the pot or confront her sister-in-law Dina. People assume that's what she's coming back to do, but she's not. Her appearance is relatively drama-free," added the source.
Laurita left the series with her other sister-in-law Caroline and Wakile right after filming the fifth season. Caroline and Dina also apparently have a rocky relationship behind closed doors.
"I'm just done talking about it," Dina told E! News in July of her sister Caroline.
"I think the more we talk about it in the press, the worse it's going to get. I'm kind of done. This week I'm doing the press junk and that's it. I don't want to mention it again because I think enough people have been through it."
“There is absolutely no love lost between Lisa and Eileen,” a source tells the website. “Eileen can be very cold and aloof towards other women, and Lisa doesn’t like that at all. Lisa is very outgoing and says whatever is on her mind. The ladies have already had some heated exchanges during the onset of filming.”
Woof! It sounds like these daytime TV stars are definitely breathing new life into the Bravo series — and we’re thrilled! After Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud failed to inject new drama last season, we’re definitely starved for some juicy catfights.
Besides Eileen’s “cold and aloof” tendencies, the source alleges that Lisa takes offense to her fellow soap star quitting Days of Our Lives to spend more time with her family only to sign up for a reality show.
“Eileen said she quit DOOL to spend more time with family, but then invites reality cameras into her house?” the source says. “There is a lot going on with Eileen’s personal life, and just doesn’t seem like the best decision to join a reality show.”
Apparently the ladies have been bringing so much chaos to the show that the source goes on to promise that this will be “one of the best seasons for RHOBH, ever.” Um, sign us up!
Days before Ramona Singer announced on Twitter she was leaving her philandering hubby Mario for good, he was spotted at Upper East Side eatery Arlington Club telling anyone within earshot he was done with the reality star.
“Mario’s behavior was erratic. He was all over the place,” one eyewitness tells Confidenti@l. “He couldn’t sit still. He was shouting on the phone and he was in and out of the restaurant all night. He appeared to be by himself and seemed to have enjoyed more than a few glasses of wine. He was carrying on, telling whoever was on the other end that it was done, that he wanted a divorce and couldn’t take it any longer.”
Our spy says at points throughout the evening, Mario realized he was shouting inside the upscale restaurant and began getting disturbed glances in his direction.
“He was talking very loudly and went outside to try and have a more private conversation,” the onlooker says. “But he was standing right outside the door, and anyone entering or exiting the restaurant could hear him.”
sources: NYDailyNews, WetPaint, LeaderPost, RealityTvWorld