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    For the collaborative Beyoncé/Jay Z “On the Run” tour opener — filming mostly just two VIPs on the run — HBO will have 20 cameras on the run.

    Taping Sept. 12 and 13 at Stade de France in Paris — the tour’s only international leg — it features 40 songs. Herself changes 15 costumes. Concert director is Jonas Akerlund who masterminded her “Beyoncé Superpower,” “Beyoncé Haunted” ­previous videos.

    She’s won 17 Grammys, Z’s copped 19. They’ll do 19 US shows, plus two in Paris. Having guested on each other’s tours, it’s their first shot together. And as everyone knows who reads newspapers, watches TV or counsels on celebrity marriages, this may be their last time doing anything together. I mean, forget just singing.

    HBO’s immortalized them before. Her February 2013 documentary “Life Is But a Dream” she directed. Just ended, her 10-episode series “Beyoncé: X10,” aired Sunday nights before “True Blood.” Jay Z’s “Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film” premiered on their air 2013. The special airs 9 p.m. Saturday Sept. 20.

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    When celebrities get married, there is big money at stake. Most Hollywood marriages are a contract governed by the terms of a prenuptial agreement.


    On December 13, 2013, Khloe Kardashian filed for divorce. The move nets her $2 million ($500,000 for each of the 4 years she remained married to the NBA basketball player), $25,000 a month in support, the house, a car at the end of every lease cycle, $5,000 a month (for shopping, of course), $1,000 a month for beauty care, and courtside seats for Lakers games. It is doubtful Lamar had a very merry Christmas.


    As crazy as it sounds, even the gorgeous Hollywood star Jessica Biel worries about her husband cheating. Then again, she married Justin Timberlake, so she might have a point. However, according to, her prenup payment if he does cheat is just $500,000. Surely, a man of Timberlake's wealth would not even bat an eyelid at such a small amount.

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    Elin is a smart woman. Her original prenup with Tiger Woods saw her getting $20 million.After the pro-golfer's affairs came to light, Elin agreed to stay with Tiger only under the terms of a new prenup. In the end, she walked away anyway, taking $110 million with her. That doesn't even take into account the child support payments.


    Beyonce and Jay Z are perfect for each other. They look great together, and have a beautiful daughter. Still, a prenup is standard practice for every celebrity couple, and these two are no exception. The legal terms state that Beyonce is entitled to $1 million for each year of marriage, up to a maximum of $15 million. Not that she needs the money or anything.


    While Cruise and Holmes were together, reports suggested Holmes would get a substantial payout in the case of a divorce. However, when the couple separated in 2012, the reality didn't look so promising. Holmes received nothing at all, although she does get $400,000 a year in child support for her daughter, Suri. Considering Cruise is a multi-millionaire, this is an incredibly small sum.

    Would you get a prenup? Also, I'm pretty surprised Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston didn't have one...

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    one of the authors mentioned idk but more importantly look there's a pug

    The hardcover comes first. Then the movie. Then the paperback emblazoned with the words “Now a major motion picture!” Everyone knows that. But the usual order is being upended this week, as not one, but two of Boston’s best-selling writers — Dennis Lehane and Ben Mezrich — are publishing novels that were inspired by Hollywood, not the other way around.

    “It couldn’t be more reversed,” said Lehane.

    It is unclear whether the Boston-based movies-to-books progression is the start of a trend or just a geographic and literary quirk, but a Publishers Weekly executive says that Hollywood’s influence on the once-rarified world of publishing makes sense, given the film industry’s power.

    “The whole notion of writers isolating themselves is old hat,” said Louisa Ermelino, a Publishers Weekly vice president and reviews director. “We’re in an age of marketing, and I’m not being critical of it. Twenty-five years ago I would have thought pfffff [about Hollywood], but I don’t feel that way anymore.”

    “It’s funny,” she added, “if you think back, all the big writers” — like F. Scott Fitzgerald — “were brought out to Hollywood in the ’30s. Maybe we’re doing a full circle.”

    In perhaps another sign that the world may start to spin backward — that movie posters may one day proclaim “Now a Nonfiction Narrative!” — a Hollywood producer and director not only thought of the idea for Mezrich’s new book, “Seven Wonders,” a thriller linking the ancient and modern wonders of the world, but he is copublishing it. And he tosses around the word “synergy” when talking about literature.

    “My company just bought the rights to [the Pulitzer Prize-winning] ‘The Goldfinch,’ ” Brett Ratner said from Berlin, where he is promoting “Hercules.” “There is a lot of synergy between great books and movies.”

    “Does that mean I’m going to pitch [Goldfinch author] Donna Tartt an idea and she’ll write it?” he asked. “No, but at least we have the relationship.”

    As Lehane fans know, he is a books-to-movies machine. “Mystic River,” “Gone, Baby, Gone,” and “Shutter Island” all have been made blockbusters.

    But with “The Drop”— “a love story wrapped in a crime story wrapped in a journey of faith” set on the streets of “Mystic River” — things were different. The novel came after the screenplay.

    “My first thought was ‘Oh, please, a novelization,’ ” Lehane said, recalling his reaction when his longtime editor at William Morrow suggested the idea.

    “That’s so cheesy. That’s what you do for $10,000 when you’re starting out, and you do it under an assumed name, which I never did, but I’m just saying.”

    But in an age when writing for even television no longer carries a taint, why not?

    “We’ve seen this shift in how we regard narrative art,” Lehane said from Santa Monica, Calif., where he has moved to be near television and film work (while keeping his home here). The screenplay for “The Drop” — which he wrote — marks his movie debut.

    “Respected authors are doing graphic novels,” Lehane said.“Some do comic books. Suddenly ‘genre’ isn’t a dirty word. Twenty years ago, people scoffed at TV. Now it’s an art form. Why be held to one school or another?”

    The movie version of “The Drop” — inspired by a Lehane short story called “Animal Rescue” — premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday and opens Sept. 12.

    Like Lehane, Mezrich is used to seeing his work in multiplexes after it’s been in bookstores. “The Accidental Billionaires” was made into “The Social Network,” and “Bringing Down the House” was turned into “21.”

    But Mezrich’s new book began as a Hollywood pitch, as the back cover makes clear. “A fast-paced, globe-trotting thriller that’s rife with historic secrets, conspiracies, and intrigue,” it reads.

    “I was scouting for ideas,” Mezrich recalled. “And what usually happens is that 20 or 30 ideas come in a week through calls and e-mails. Every time a college kid does something stupid, I get a call.

    “I happened to put in a call to Brett Ratner. He was attached to ‘21’ as a producer. I said, ‘I’m looking for a new story.’ Beau Flynn” — a producer — “was on the phone, too, and Brett said, ‘I’ve got something, but it’s not nonfiction [like Mezrich’s bestsellers], but do you know anything about the Seven Wonders of the World? If you can find a way to connect them, we can set up a big franchise movie.’ ”

    A star was not born, but book and movie deals were.

    Ratner recently hired a screenwriter for “Seven Wonders,” and Mezrich is now writing his second Ratner-generated idea, inspired by Ratner’s love of the film “Once Upon a Time in America” starring Robert De Niro.

    Mezrich’s book, “Once Upon a Time in Russia,” will tell the true story of the rise and fall of the Russian oligarchs — “The Godfather,” but in Russia. “I’m also turning it into a movie,” Ratner said.

    In another Boston-books-screen connection, director Guillermo del Toro originally envisioned “The Strain” — now running on FX — as a TV series, but the networks and studios wanted the horror-drama only after del Toro (along with Boston author Chuck Hogan) first wrote it as a book (“The Strain”), according Deadline Hollywood.

    Even as books and movies get cozier, differences remain.

    Screenwriters, Lehane said, have it easier than novelists. “With a novel, you are the architect and the builder, god. When you write the script, you are like the guy who does the flooring. At the same time, do I feel the same sense of satisfaction? Not at that macro ego sense.”

    Another difference: the publicity. “When a movie comes out, it’s crazy,” said Mezrich. “There are private jets involved. In Vegas, there were dancers hanging from the ceiling. When a book comes out, you go to a bookstore in Detroit.”


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    Of all the movies already unveiled at film festivals this year, there's been one very notable absence, one that you'd think would be a dead cert for a high-profile bow: "Serena," a period melodrama re-teaming "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle" duo Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, under the stewardship of Danish director Susanne Bier. The film was shot back in 2012, and given the A-list talent involved, the film was widely touted for a major premiere at Cannes, Venice or TIFF, but it has been nowhere to be found.

    Until now, that is: the line-up for the 2014 BFI London Film Festival was announced this morning, and "Serena" will bow there ahead of its October 24th release date in the UK. But the film's appearance at the fest will not receive much fanfare, whereas "The Imitation Game" will open and "Fury" will close. This appears to be the world premiere of the movie, but the long delays and negative buzz around the film seem to suggest again that it's being sneaked out for the most part.

    BFI hasn't boasted a massive world premiere along the lines of "Fantastic Mr. Fox" or "Saving Mr Banks" in recent years, but this year's fest has a number of enticing movies not found at other festivals, including WW1 drama "Testament Of Youth" starring Alicia Vikander and Kit Harington, genre sequel "Monsters: Dark Continent," Carol Morley's "The Falling" starring "Game Of Thrones" actress Maisie Williams, art documentary "Hockney,"Damian Lewis drama "Silent Storm," low-budget family sci-fi "Robot Overlords" with Ben Kingsley and Gillian Anderson, gritty drama "Honeytrap," horror remake "The Town That Dreaded Sundown," and political thriller "War Book," from "Scouting Book For Boys" duo Jack Thorne and Tom Harper.

    Otherwise, the festival's 250-strong slate picks out the best of other festivals, with "Foxcatcher,""Whiplash,""Men Women & Children,""Wild,""Mr. Turner," "Rosewater," "Wild Tales," "Winter Sleep" and "Mommy" all receiving gala screenings. Peter Strickland, Francois Ozon, Christian Petzold and Andrey Zvyagintsev are among the films duking it out in the official competition, and "71," "Catch Me Daddy" and Cannes favorite "The Tribe" are competing for the Sutherland Award for First Feature. There's a huge amount beyond those films, including an IMAX 3D screening of Jean-Luc Godard's new film "Goodbye To Language," Sundance favorite "Dear White People" and Tom Hardy in "The Drop," along with masterclasses from Bennett Miller, Abderrahmane Sissako and Frederick Wiseman.

    It's a hell of a line-up, which you can read more about here, and we'll be covering it on the ground as well: look for our coverage when the festival kicks off October 8th through to its conclusion on October 19th.

    Director Susanne Bier
    Producers Nick Wechsler, Susanne Bier, Todd Wagner, Ron Halpern, Ben Cosgrove, Steve Schwartz, Paula Mae Schwartz
    Screenwriter Christopher Kyle
    With Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Rhys Ifans
    USA 2014
    102 mins
    UK distribution STUDIOCANAL

    Three bold, distinctive films in as many years (including A Second Chance, also screening in LFF 2014) is a considerable feat for any director, made even more impressive given Serena features two of the planet’s biggest stars in Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence and an ambitious, scaled-up production that offers lush period detail of depression-era America. Based on Ron Rash’s North Carolina-set novel about logging magnate George Pemberton (Cooper) and his ruthless, brilliant wife Serena (Lawrence), the ‘perfect’ couple’s master plans come unstuck when they discover she can’t bear children and that George previously fathered a child out of wedlock. With a strong supporting cast of Brits (Toby Jones, Sean Harris and a villainous Rhys Ifans), this is an enjoyably traditional, extravagant melodrama of bitter jealousy, murder and cold, unforgiving ambition. Lawrence in particular is a treat, playing Serena with an evil eye Bette Davis might have envied.

    Sources: #1, #2, #3.

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    Ashlee Simpson looks gorgeous in her wedding dress as she braves the rain and steps out of a house moments before her wedding ceremony on Sunday (August 31) in Greenwich, Connecticut.

    The 29-year-old actress/singer was joined by her sister Jessica, who served as maid of honor, as well as her many bridesmaides, including friend CaCee Cobb.

    That same day, Ashlee‘s love Evan Ross was spotted getting ready on the balcony of his mother’s home, the legendary Diana Ross, along with his groomsmen, which included Jessica‘s husband Eric Johnson and actor Donal Faison.

    Ashlee and Evan, 26, first started dating in the summer of 2013 and got engaged this past January. Congrats to the newlyweds on the exciting news!

    Pictures inside of Ashlee Simpson and others at her wedding ceremony…




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    After the preview for his upcoming 3DCG TV anime Ronia the Robber's Daughter at NHK Housou Center in Tokyo yesterday, the director Goro Miyazaki, who was best known as the eldest son of acclaimed anime director Hayao Miyazaki, gave his opinion on Studio Ghibli co-founder Toshio Suzuki's remark last week that Hideaki Anno (the Evangelion series) was the successor to Hayao Miyazaki, not his son Goro.

    According to Mantan Web's report, after confessing "Since my father is Hayao Miyazaki, even with my age, I have still been remembering that I am his son," he admitted, "I don't consider myself as an artist. If you want a work with creativity, your choice should be Anno. There is no way that I can be a post-Hayao Miyazaki."


    Studio Ghibli co-founder, producer and former president Toshio Suzuki took the stage with Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno to announce the complete list of 50 of Anno’s work from student films and promo videos to TV programs and theatrical features to be screened for October's 27th edition of Tokyo International Film Festival's special “The World of Hideaki Anno" programming. During this, Suzuki spoke to Anno's role in the future of anime, and the ever-popular subject of a next-Miyazaki, insisting that after Miyazaki, it has to be Anno.

    The idea of featuring Anno's work as TIFF's centerpiece was suggested by Suzuki after festival organizers asked for ideas. He explained "Hayao Miyazaki would have been featured if he hadn't retired." Anno responded to Suzuki's offer "I couldn't say no to Suzuki-san, since he has done so much for me".

    Suzuki also said, "I am certain that Anno will be the one to lead Japanese animation into the next decade" and "only people with talent can create. I would like him to cherish the god-given talent and keep producing". However, given Anno's responsibilities towards his own studio, Khara, no comments suggested that plans exist for Anno to take a role at Studio Ghibli.

    Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno's career has deep ties with the works of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli. Hideaki Anno worked as an animator for Studio Ghibli forerunner Topcraft on Miyazaki's Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. Anno impressed the crew so much that Toshio Suzuki has said that there was talk of making the ecological epic a trilogy with Anno directing the middle feature. He later voiced the lead in Miyazaki's final movie, The Wind Rises.

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    Promo shots from the new advert

    some info on the fragrance;
    Top notes: bergamot, lemon, mandarin
    Heart: passion fruit, orange blossom, jasmine
    Base: patchouli, amber, cedar

    Shakira launches her new fragrance called Rock!. The fragrance is apparently an expression of her most daring part and is a celebration the music that moves the world. She wanted to capture that intense, indescribable feeling and moment of anticipation and excitement while going up on stage.
    This is a scent of raw power and energy. The composition is fresh and sharp floral-fruity. It opens with fresh Italian bergamot and sparkling, citrus notes of lemon and green mandarin. Passion fruit gives the composition strength and makes it energetic and urban, while the heart includes feminine notes of jasmine and orange blossom. The base captures patchouli, cedar and amber.

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    looks a bit tacky but i'll probably still buy it

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    Having led Billboard's weekly Songs of the Summer chart from start to finish, the boastful smash, featuring Charli XCX, takes top honors for 2014.

    The race was essentially over as soon as it began.

    Having topped the weekly Songs of the Summer chart from start to finish, Iggy Azalea's "Fancy," featuring Charli XCX, takes the title as Billboard's top Song of the Summer for 2014.

    Billboard's annual Songs of the Summer running tally tracks the most popular songs based on cumulative performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 chart from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

    As "Fancy" crowned the Hot 100 for seven weeks (beginning June 7, a week prior to the start of the Songs of the Summer 14-week tracking period), it ruled the Songs of the Summer chart wire-to-wire. Helping fuel its domination, the track remained in the weekly Hot 100's top five for another six weeks after its reign. "Fancy" is the first Song of the Summer to block all competitors from the weekly Songs of the Summer summit since Katy Perry's "California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg, the winner for 2010.

    "Fancy" is also the second debut hit to earn No. 1 Song of the Summer honors in the last three years, following Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" in 2012. In between, Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," featuring T.I. and Pharrell, claimed the honor last year. (Rounding out each of the last five years' top summer hits, LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem," featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock, won for 2011.)

    "Fancy" earns its place in the line of top Songs of the Summer by fending off runner-up, and fellow first hit, "Rude" by MAGIC! The pop/reggae romp dethroned "Fancy" on the Hot 100 and led the list for six weeks in July/August.

    With "Fancy" and "Rude" at Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, maiden Hot 100 hits hold the top two positions on a Songs of the Summer recap for the first time since 1999, when Christina Aguilera's "Genie in a Bottle" ruled, followed by Jennifer Lopez's "If You Had My Love."

    Azalea also boasts the No. 3 Song of the Summer, as featured on Ariana Grande's "Problem." The song peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100 for five weeks (ranking below "Fancy" in each frame).

    Azalea is the first woman with two of the top three in a Songs of the Summer seasonal survey. She's just the third artist with such a presence or better overall: in 2009, the Black Eyed Peas locked up the top two spots with "I Gotta Feeling" and "Boom Boom Pow," respectively; in 2004, Usher ranked at Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, with "Confessions Part II" and "Burn." (Unlike Azalea, both artists served as lead acts on their hits.)

    Beyond Azalea's victory and MAGIC! and Grande's strong showings, check on Thursday (Sept. 4), when all charts refresh and the top 10 Songs of the Summer will be revealed in the list's entirety.


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    Ella Henderson performs new song "Mirror Man" from her new album.


    edit: omg, u guys <3 :')

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    Set amongst the privileged elite of Oxford University, THE RIOT CLUB follows Miles (Max Irons) and Alistair (Sam Claflin), two first year students determined to join the infamous Riot Club, where reputations can be made or destroyed over the course of a single evening.

    THE RIOT CLUB is directed by Lone Scherfig, who most recently helmed 'One Day', and the Best Picture Academy Award nominee 'An Education'. It is produced by Pete Czernin and Graham Broadbent of Blueprint Pictures ('The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel', 'Seven Psychopaths').


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    Despite saying just two weeks ago that he couldn’t decide between playing the titular Shazam or his arch-enemy Black Adam, actor Dwayne Johnson took to Twitter today to announce that he will be playing Black Adam in the upcoming film. No further details are known about the film however, including writer, director, or a release date, but check back here for more on the film as we learn it.

    Originally Teth-Adam of Kahndaq, the character first appeared in Marvel Family #1 in 1945 and has gone on to be both a villain and an anti-hero throughout his history. The character has powers comparable to that of Shazam, including flight, strength, agility, lightning manipulation, as well as magic.

    Johnson has been in talks to star in a DC film for many years at this point, and earlier this year hinted that Black Adam was one of his favorite characters. A rumor back in June pointed toward a Shazam film opening in 2016 along with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and though there is a DC-based film set for release August 5 of that year, it hasn’t been confirmed as being Shazam.

    “Kneel at his feet or get crushed by his boot.” My honor to become.. #BlackAdam #TheAntiHero #DCComics

    — Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) September 3, 2014

    Updated: Additionally, Variety reports that "Shrek Forever After" and "Jack the Giant Slayer" screenwriter Darren Lemke has been hired to write a "Shazam" script. Lemke's next work, "Goosebumps," is slated for release in 2015.



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  • 09/03/14--09:56: ONTD Roundup
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  • 09/03/14--11:00: Jackhammer Teaser Pleaser

  • An audition gone horribly wrong leaves actor Julius Warner (Christie) blacklisted by the city’s most powerful casting agent, Lance Selmour (Jamie Kennedy). Pushed to the edge after being fired from his job at the sandwich hut, and finding his girlfriend in bed with another “man”, Julius turns to his older brother, protein addicted, wanna-be-rapper, award winning male stripper JACKHAMMER (Hanus) and is thrust into the wild world of male stripping. Things quickly go sideways for Julius when they get mixed up with the Russian mob, crazy ex-girlfriends, protein-dealing thugs, and a host of colorful characters. The hi-jinx doesn’t let up as JACKHAMMER takes it upon himself to make things right.

    You can watch the movie here.

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    Nicki Minaj might be one of the most annoying people on earth, but you’ve got to give credit where credit is due: She has amazing taste in bodyguards. Last night at the VMAs, Nicki walked the red carpet with none other than gay porn star Kevin Falk.
    In case you somehow forgot, Kevin Falk is the seriously underused and, in my opinion, criminally underappreciated gay porn star who was around from about 2008 to 2011. The Swedish hunk was enormous and perfect in literally every single way possible, and he performed as both a top and bottom in dozens of hardcore gay porn scenes. He’s since gone on to become a bodybuilder/model and, apparently, someone in charge of protecting Nicki Minaj. If Nicki didn’t know about her bodyguard’s gay porn past before, she’ll hopefully find out now. And then, she’ll hopefully finally do one thing right and realize that she should take advantage of everything he has to offer…




    You know what to do ONTD!

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    Fifty-three years after IBM programmed the first singing computer, Apple's voice-activated personal assistant Siri might be teaming up with Madonna for an unapologetic collaboration.

    Fueled by Madonna's increasing use of #UnapologeticBitch on her Instagram, fans are speculating that's the title of the first single from her upcoming 13th album. And as Digital Spy points out, searching for "Unapologetic Bitch" via Siri produces a surprising result.

    If you ask Siri to look up "Unapologetic bitch" on an iPhone or iPad, it takes you directly to Madonna's Wikipedia page -- which does NOT feature the words "unapologetic bitch" together. In fact, it doesn't feature the word "bitch" at all, and "unapologetic" appears just once in the lengthy Wiki entry.

    Compare that to searching for "Unapologetic bitch" using a voice-activated assistant on an Android or another phone -- it just takes you to a generic Google search results page.</b>

    So either Siri is a closet Madonna fan, or Madge and Apple have teamed up in some fashion.

    Might this mean Siri is a featured voice on Madonna's new album? Or does this simply indicate a business connection with Apple, similar to Beyonce making her self-titled album available exclusively on iTunes for one week?


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    GQ Men Of The Year Awards with wife Amelia Warner
    Jamie won The Vertu Breakthrough Award

    with 50 shades author run Jamie ruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun

    GQ UK October 2014

    new/old and slightly nsfw outtakes for Visionnaire

    fan pic from august

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    he looked so tired @ the event but still nice with fans and so cute during his interview. my prince <3

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    Hollywood actress Hilary Duff put her toned physique on display as she stepped out for a dance call at Dance Academy in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

    Hilary talks about her new music and more with Frankie and Geena on 93.3 in Atlanta

    Hilary Duff: "I'm getting ready to do this little acoustic thing, somewhere...."
    Hilary also said she wanted to pick some of her old songs for that "acoustic thing", but she couldn't remember the lyrics for Come Clean. (lol)
    Talks about Younger
    Talks about Touring next year
    Talks about her long break
    Talks about being a mom


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    The hacker, who is responsible for leaking several nude images of A-List celebs, has threatened to release more intimate pics of Jennifer Lawrence after he was forced to go on the run from FBI agents.

    The hacker, referred to by other posters as the 'Original Guy', said he had fled his hideout fearing the net was closing in on him as the international manhunt got underway and that he would reveal more of the stolen images and videos in return for online bitcoin donations from those willing to pay to see, the Mirror reported.

    The 24-year-old Oscar winner is one of several stars to have reported the stolen images to the authorities which sparked a global hunt for the hacker and more images of her and Downton Abbey actress Jessica Brown Findlay are said to be included in the new batch.

    A FBI source said that whenever anyone steals information from another computer or device there is a trail left behind and agents have a long and proven record of bringing those responsible to justice and they are confident they will get their man or woman, and that it is a disgraceful breach of privacy, the likes of which we have never seen before.

    On Sunday hundreds of pictures and videos were leaked on to the Internet of 101 celebrities including supermodel Kate Upton, Kirsten Dunst, Selena Gomez and Glee star Lea Michele.

    Some Reddit Comments:

    I really hope they catch him and whoever else is behind this. And quickly.

    Source, Source

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    Move over, Proactiv: Dr. Demi Lovato is coming for the crown in the skincare world.

    Her newly announced line, called Devonne By Demi,, and was developed out of Demi’s own passion for skincare. “Ever since I was a young girl, I have always been about skincare for some reason. When you take time to do things for yourself like care for your skin, you feel the most confident,” she explained to People.

    The newly launched site shows off the 3-step line of sweet lemon and peppermint-scented products (yum!), which were developed “as the perfection companion to her on-the-go lifestyle.” But it’s not just a line of products: Proceeds from the products will go to the Lovato Treatment Scholarship, which supports recovery programs for young women.

    As an outspoken advocate of self-empowerment, Demi’s also hoping this line of products will help to boost confidence: “I am trying to help young girls and women all over the world love and accept themselves when they look in the mirror. I can guarantee that if you take care of your skin and use products that work, you’ll find that confidence.”

    The skincare line is due to hit shelves in December. Will you be trying Devonne By Demi?


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