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Beyoncé and Solange better make a little room at the family reunion because they have a new little sister.
Back in July, a 30-year-old Texas woman named TaQoya Branscomb filed a paternity lawsuit against Mathew Knowles claiming that he got her pregnant back in 2010 and is the father of her daughter. The model turned real estate agent also requested that when the DNA results came back, she wanted Mathew to not only pay child support but to foot the bill for her attorney fees.
Well, Matty better pull out his checkbook because a DNA test proved with 99.998 percent certainty that he IS the father (in my Maury Povich voice).
The only issue is that TaQoya might have some trouble actually getting any money from Mathew since Alexsandra Wright, the woman who is the mother to his 4-year-old son, has had plenty of problems of her own with the courts. Mathew claims that since he stopped working as Beyoncé’s manager, he’s broke as a joke so he can’t pay child support.
Mathew gives the phrase “papa was a rolling stone” an entirely new meaning. Are there any more Knowles children floating around out there?
A few months ago, TMZ reported that the child’s mother may have been friends with Solange at some point. Ouch. Not to mention, the child’s mother is younger than Beyoncé. My goodness! **clutches pearls**
matthew is a fucking mess. i wonder if beyonce is still gonna speak to him every sunday now...
Maisie Williams has been cast in a new Channel 4 drama about cyber bullying.
The Game of Thrones actress will play Casey Jacobs, a teenage girl battling with her anonymous cyber-stalker in the thriller.
Directed by Ben Chanan, Cyber Bully is based on dozens of real-life cases of young people who have been bullied online including those who have suffered advanced computer hacking.
Williams, who is best known for playing Arya Stark in HBO’s Game of Thrones, has yet to star in a British series.
Director Ben Chanan said, “The audience will be trapped with Casey for a full screen hour and we need an exceptional actress to play her.
The 17-year-old, who won the Radio 1 Teen Award for Best British Actor last year, is said to be excited about working on the project with Chanan.
Chanan, who previously directed Channel 4 docu-drama Blackout, said Williams was an “exceptional actress”.
He said: “I couldn’t imagine anyone else in the role. Maisie Williams is not only remarkably talented, she also has an immediately likeable, feisty screen presence which makes you root for her instinctively”.
Nick Mirsky, Channel 4 head of documentaries, said of the drama: “It is one of the most important purposes of Channel 4 to find new ways of engaging young audiences with the cyber world and the stories that play out on the internet.
"This film does exactly that in a way that is gripping, relevant and fiercely public service.”
Awww Jen's so cute!
LOL at James @ 2.00. OMW @ 3:00 :DD
Ariana Grande has been making headlines for her diva behavior, but Iggy Azalea doesn't think her collaborator have an attitude "problem."
The master of suspense would have been merely mediocre without the powerhouse performances of these ten (mostly blonde) leading ladies.
"Everybody survived. How I survived, I kind of wonder sometimes," Hedren told Pret-a-Reporter's Off the Cuff podcast about her most iconic role. "They threw birds at me for a week," she recalled, alluding to Hitchcock's alleged on-set abuse of his star when she refused his sexual advances during the shoot. While no actress should have to martyr herself for a role, the results were unspeakably effective - instilling a vague distrust of the avian species in generations of movie-watchers.
Eva Marie Saint in 'North by Northwest'
Legend has it that Hitchcock ordered Marie Saint a full makeover to pull off the part of an alluring spy - including cutting her once waist-length hair and asking her to lower her voice. The instructions worked - five years after winning an Oscar for On the Waterfront in 1954, North by Northwest became the most iconic role of her long career.
Grace Kelly in 'To Catch a Thief'
Kelly's third Hitchcock role (after Dial M for Murder and Rear Window) quickly became her most celebrated - as much for the French Riviera chic she embodied as for the way she outmaneuvered Cary Grant's suave cat burglar. It was a small leap in the minds of her fans when Kelly became a real princess the very next year.
Julie Andrews in 'Torn Curtain'
An oft-overlooked gem in the Hitchcock catalogue, Torn Curtain also features an underrated performance by Julie Andrews, who traded musical for mystery as the assistant and fiance to Paul Newman's scientist, who gets them both ensnared in Cold War intrigue.
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I can't believe this happened to me tonight. obnoxiously tweeting and IGing about her paid off. Doesnt feel real. pic.twitter.com/rCBSF4RM8M— // Vanessa // (@Fearless_NessaJ) September 21, 2014
I DONT KNOW HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE ME TO STOP TEXTING/TWEETING IN CAPS BC THIS pic.twitter.com/Pz7eBk4EAN— joelle (@ElleShafer1) September 21, 2014
Just heard @taylorswift13's album. It's not just "more pop." It's so gloriously pop, it makes "I Knew You Were Trouble" sound like the Judds— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
I can say that after this, no one should be left doubting @taylorswift13 is a genius. Evil genius or beneficent one, they can argue, but...— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
Of 12 new @taylorswift13 songs, I counted two that I'd qualify as ballads. Other 10 about tied as potential "Shake"-followup Top 40 smashes.— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
For a @taylorswift13 favorite I might have to go with one she cowrote with Imogen Heap that closes the record, called...oops, almost slipped— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
For every fan at #1989secretsessions, I would say it was like six Christmases rolled into one. Not just because there were cats and cookies.— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
It's mostly Max Martin and Shellback, but @taylorswift13 did bring back Nathan Chapman for the one sort of fairly traditional ballad...— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
...and showed video of returning soldiers, saying she hopes to repurpose the track to honor vets instead of her little 3-month relationship.— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
She also put on one of the very very very rough songwriting demos she sent to Ryan Tedder before playing the finished track. Fun(ny) bonus.— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
The most blogged-about song will be one where she parodies her own romantic image. A lot of people won't get the irony. But it's wicked fun.— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
Sweaty closing dance party to "Shake It Off" in her living room might be most ecstatic thing I've witnessed outside the Pentecostal church.— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
Not nearly as emotional as last @taylorswift13 albums, but about 50 times as emotive as almost any other album with this big-beat production— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
I'll also say that if you think gay-supportive messages matter in pop, there is a moment on @taylorswift13's album to make you very happy.— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
The phrase “fan engagement” always makes me sleepy. But when I see a star bake her fans cookies, it’s not about metrics, just mutual delight— Chris Willman (@ChrisWillman) September 21, 2014
Olivia was so precious and adorable, she let people hold her. Meredith on the other hand was nowhere to be seen lol. #1989SECRETSESSIONS— Taylor Swift Nation (@tswiftnation) September 21, 2014
WHEN SOMEOME SCREAMED "WE LOVE YOU BECKY" SHE LAUGHED AN ROLLED HER EYES IT WAS PERFECT— MY LIFE IS COMPLETE (@AllTooTaylor__) September 21, 2014
The last time Julian Casablancas released an album outside of the Strokes, 2009's Phrazes for the Young, Rolling Stone described it as "his version of Thom Yorke's The Eraser," a record featuring "guitars submarined by wild-angled synths, off-kilter beats tripping up big ballads.""A few songs have the old leather-jacket kick," Jon Dolan wrote. "But things get weirder as he explores alienation from a Lower East Side he once ruled."
Having moved upstate, the Strokes frontman is now backed by a band called the Voidz – Jeramy Gritter and Amir Yaghmai on guitar, Jeff Kite on keys, Jake Bercovici on bass and Alex Carapetis on drums – and together, they are ready to release an incredibly eclectic new album, simply titled Tyranny. The LP hits stores Tuesday (and can be pre-ordered at the Cult Records website), but you can listen to an exclusive advance stream of all 12 songs right here. It's even got some of that old leather-jacket kick.
"Tyranny has come in many forms throughout history," Casablancas said in a statement, explaining the title. "Now, the good of business is put above anything else, as corporations have become the new ruling body. Most decisions seem to be made like ones of a medieval king: Whatever makes profit while ignoring and repressing the truth about whatever suffering it may cause (like pop music, for that matter)."
for those that can't access the soundcloud playlist, you can listen to it here
Human Sadness, Where No Eagles Fly, Xerox, Dare I Care, Nintendo Blood >>>>>>>
Ashley Tisdale and her husband Christopher French spotted going for shopping at All Saints in Beverly Hills. She was holding her lovely pooch while strolling with her beau.
Kerry Washington, Viola Davis and Ellen Pompeo attend TGIT Premiere Event at Palihouse in West Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States.
Kira Arne and Tom Verica
Following the successful box office opening of YA film adaptation The Maze Runner, 20th Century Fox has quickly set a date for the sequel.
Maze Runner: Scorch Trials, based on the second book in James Dashner's book series, will hit theaters Sept. 18, 2015.
Over the weekend, The Maze Runner opened to a pleasing $32.5 million at the North American box office.
Overseas, Maze Runner also impressed, taking in another $37.6 million for an early worldwide total of $81.5 million (the film began rolling out in several territories last weekend).
Maze Runner, grabbing an A- CinemaScore, cost $34 million to make the thriller. Dylan O'Brien (Teen Wolf) Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Kaya Scodelario and Will Poulter star.
The movie follows O'Brien's character as he wakes up with no memory inside the center of a giant maze, an area known as The Glade, surrounded by other teen boys who likewise can't remember anything. Threatening them all are vicious creatures known as Grievers. The boys look for a way out of the maze, but it isn't until a mysterious girl arrives that they have a fighting chance.
Wes Ball directed from an adapted script by Noah Oppenheim.
After reading the book and seeing it last night all I can say is yesssss. Hopefully this makes Dylan O'Brien realize he's a movie star and he quits Teen Wolf so I can finally stop watching.
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Orange is the new black cast
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HBO still hasn't confirmed a damn thing about the second season other than it will happen, Nic Pizzolatto is writing it, and that it’ll probably air next summer, but one cast member from the season of True Detective has finally confirmed his involvement.
Speaking to the Sunday World, Colin Farrell confirmed that he’s on board.
“I’m doing the second series. I’m so excited.”
Beyond that, he doesn’t know much.
“I know it will be eight episodes and take around four or five months to shoot. I know very little about it, but we’re shooting in the environs of Los Angeles which is great. It means I get to stay at home and see the kids.”
He also revealed that the rest of the cast has not yet been locked down, which means that Taylor Kitsch, Vince Vaughn, and none of the 9 actresses rumored to be up for the female role — including Jessica Biel, Rosaria Dawson, Rachel McAdams, and Elisabeth Moss —have officially signed on.
So far, what we know about the plot is that it’s expected to echo the plot of Chinatown: The mystery is to be kickstarted by the murder of a City Manager of a fictional Californian city and will involve California’s transportation systems and a corrupt scheme to link North and South California with a high speed train, all in pursuit of profitable land ownership and lucrative federal grants.
He's great and whiling to do nudes...
HBO please, show some male nudes, thanks
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"I like life on the road,” says Leonard Cohen, as he releases his Popular Problems album. “It’s a lot easier than civilian life, you kind of feel like you’re in a motorcycle gang.”
Cohen returned to touring in 2008 after he was embezzled by his former manager who was sentenced to prison in 2012. “I had to go back on the road: I was broke,” he tells The Telegraph. “But it renewed my interest in the whole enterprise. Besides, this and washing dishes are the only things that I really know how to do.”
The singer/songwriter will mark his 80th birthday (Sept 21) quietly. “One of the charitable realities of my family life is that we hardly celebrate holidays or birthdays or anniversaries, so everybody’s kind of let off the hook. I think it will just go by like any other day.”
Just an excuse for a Leonard Cohen post.
Ontd what are y'all favourite songs by him . Mine is Suzanne