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- 09/30/14--17:00: Josh Homme hates One Direction, loves Dave Grohl
- 09/30/14--17:01: Liam Gallagher struggling to 'secure funds' for child support
- 09/30/14--17:28: Chanel stages FEMINIST runway show
- 09/30/14--17:28: Somewhere Selena is Crying
- 09/30/14--17:29: New MALUCA song - Trigger
- 09/30/14--17:55: It's official: Gags has been using Cher's old wigs
- 09/30/14--18:32: degrassi music video promo
- 09/30/14--18:34: AMC, Regal Theaters boycott Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2
- 09/30/14--18:58: Marvel's Chrises Inspired Ben's Bulked-Up Batman Body
- 09/30/14--19:20: James Franco is shy; finds dating difficult
- 09/30/14--19:20: SHIELD - 2.03 - Making Friends And Influencing People - Promo
- 10/01/14--16:33: Lizzy Caplan For ELLE Canada November 2014
- 10/01/14--17:21: Flying Lotus - Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar) [Music Video]
- 10/01/14--17:21: Rob Kardashian's "Woman Crush Wednesday" is... Khloe Kardashian
- 10/01/14--17:34: Donald Sterling Busted at Home with V. Stiviano; Wife Calls Cops
- 10/01/14--17:34: 30 (5) Graphic Novels to Read This Halloween Season
Shirley, Community fans are going to be disappointed with this news. But alas, it's true: Yvette Nicole Brown is departing the fan favorite comedy after five seasons. Brown — who has played Shirley Bennett since the 2009 launch of Community — confirms to TV Guide Magazine that she has asked to be released from her contract for personal reasons. Sony Pictures TV and executive producers Dan Harmon and Chris McKenna have honored her request.
The actress says the change was necessary in order to take care of her ailing father. "My dad needs daily care and he needs me," Brown says. "The idea of being away 16 hours a day for five months, I couldn't do it. It was a difficult decision for me to make, but I had to choose my dad."
That means Brown won't be a part of the group that makes the transition from NBC to Yahoo! Screen for Season 6."Yvette was an integral part of Community and is irreplaceable. We are sad to see her go and wish her the very best," Harmon and McKenna said in a joint statement. Brown says Harmon "has been so wonderful about it all. He told me, 'Yvette, I'm praying for your dad.'"The actress also thanked Sony for allowing her to take a recurring role on CBS' midseason reboot of The Odd Couple.
That show is a multi-camera sitcom [UGH], which comes with a more flexible schedule than a single-camera half-hour like Community. "A multi-camera sitcom is a better fit for the life I have now," she says. "I can't say enough how much I respect Sony and Dan for how they handled this profound change in my life."
As for Shirley, it's unclear yet how her departure will be addressed. Brown leaves on solid terms and has left the door open for the possibility of making a guest appearance."I am totally open to whatever Dan decides," she says. "I'm glad it won't be hard for them to explain where she is. She has three kids, a degree and a business. There are a lot of ways to explain her [departure]."
With the exit of Brown and Jonathan Banks (who's committed to AMC's Better Call Saul), the producers are now casting for two new characters. One is described as a woman who's brought in as a consultant to help shape up the school. The other is a retired salesman who comes to Greendale to reinvent himself.
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The music of globe-smashing boy band One Direction drives Queens Of The Stone Age front-man Josh Homme to distraction.
Josh HommeHe doesn’t encourage his listening to the sounds of the pop-puppets when he drives her to school: “I try to shy away from One Direction because I have to drive the car too – “Do you want it to go over a cliff or do you want it to go to school? You decide, you’re eight.”
The gossip came during an intimate chat with DJ Zane Lowe for the finale of the seven-part Relentless Ultra Soundchain series due to be aired on MTV Music this Sunday 28th September at 9.00pm.
The frank and open chat also sees Homme drop his rock n roll persona to express his love for friend and Foo Fighters founder, Dave Grohl: “I love Dave so much. He’s such a wonderful drummer and we have such a great shorthand. I know everyone’s like “He’s such a great guy” And it’s true. He’s a generous guy.”
Despite being on tour, Josh Homme found time during a mid-tour stop to reveal what blows his mind, why Dean Martin is the glue that holds his family together and what he believes to be the only thing worth having in life.
Liam Gallagher is ''struggling to secure funds'' for a support settlement with the mother of his love child.
The Oasis frontman - whose five-year marriage to Nicole Appleton collapsed after it emerged last year he had fathered a baby with the New York based writer Liza Ghorbani - is having trouble finalising his divorce in Britain and, as a result, is finding it increasingly difficult to come up with support deal for his 18-month-old daughter, Gemma, with the journalist.
Liam's lawyer, Raoul Felder, told The New York Post newspaper's Page Six column: ''The divorce in Britain is a complicating factor.''
It is thought the rocker is waiting to divide up his assets with his former wife before coming to an agreement with Liza and her attorney Ira Garr and has failed to respond to three settlement offers that were presented to him over the summer.
Laura Drager, the justice presiding over the on going child support case - has ordered the 42-year-old singer to attend a deposition in New York in November - and explained that while ''everybody's trying to resolve this case'', the 'Wonderwall' singer is having trouble ''securing some funds''.
The news follows revelations Liam was left ''fuming'' earlier this summer after Liza reportedly rejected a child support offer of $5,000 a month to help care for the tot.
Raoul - who claimed Liza kept changing her demands - said at the time: ''She's a very hard lady to satisfy.
''This has been a tortuous route.''
If you hadn't figured it out by now, Karl Lagerfeld really does know his way around a good finale. For SS15, Chanel resurrected no less than the insurrectionary spirit of the May 1968 student protests – albeit with a modern, feminist touch.
The show invitation promised a ticket to Boulevard Chanel, with the Grand Palais transformed into a wide Parisian street like the ones that saw student rioters battling police in '68. But the real meaning behind the reference only became clear when Cara Delevingne led the walk-out with a speakerphone, shouting "Come on!" like a call to battle.
Fellow AW14 campaign star Binx Walton followed with the rest of the models, armed with placards unveiling Chanel's political intentions behind SS15: "Make Fashion Not War", "Ladies First", "Feministe Mais Feminine" ("Feminist But Feminine") and the slightly more arch "Be Your Own Stylist". Roaming photographers leapt from the sidelines and onto the runway to snap Karl's freedom fighters.
Even second-wave feminism got a look-in: one model waved a placard reading "History is Herstory". And Karl didn't forget feminism is also for the guys, too: a lone male model in military khakis carried a "He For She" protest sign, perhaps in a nod to Emma Watson's HeForShe UN campaign for gender equality, while Karl himself strode at the very front of the march.
Last season's AW13 supermarket sweep show raised the roof on expectations for Lagerfeld's follow-up, but nobody expected him to position Chanel as the latest word in protest chic. But then again, it does make sense – who doesn't love a good old-fashioned fashion riot?
Stay tuned to our Fashion Week page for our show report plus backstage images.
#YESALLWOMEN can't wait for VS suffragette line tbh!
Justin Bieber Grabs Dinner with Kendall Jenner in Paris
Justin Bieber is all about the camoflauge while leaving Ferdi restaurant and getting into a car after dinner on Tuesday night (September 30) in Paris, France.
The 20-year-old entertainer was joined by his good pal Kendall Jenner, 18, who is in town for Paris Fashion Week.
Rachel Bilson steps out in a white dress while grabbing lunch with her mom Janice at Stamp on Tuesday afternoon (September 30) in Los Feliz, Calif.
The 33-year-old actress is pregnant with her first child and it looks like her due date is getting closer and closer!
Rachel is wrapping up work on the fourth season of her CW series Hart of Dixie, which will premiere next year. She just had a little reunion with her The OC co-star Autumn Reeser for the finale episode.
“Love this girl, such a pleasure to work w/ her again!! A mini #OC reunion on the finale ep of @CWHartofDixie…” Autumn wrote on WhoSay. See the pic below!
“Maluca Mala” means "crazy bad" in Spanish, and the artist has described what she makes as, “ghetto-techno, Latin-dance, hip-hop, rave music.” A couple years ago she opened for Robyn—whose forthcoming LP she’s actually set to be on—on tour, and released the popular, acid-inflected “El Tigeraso” single on Diplo’s Mad Decent label. Fast forward to present day, and she’s got that Robyn collaboration, an appearance on Brodinski's new LP and a new single on NYC label RPM MSC, which we're presenting here. The tune is called “Trigger,” out today, and it brings together serotonin-heavy EDM production and a reggaeton-esque beat that (really nicely) feels like it wants to go two different speeds at once. Stream it below and be on the lookout for the EP she's working on now in early 2015.
Finally released! The world needs more Maluca music, forreal.
Where are you right now with your clothing? It seems like you’ve been channeling Norma Desmond from Sunset Boulevard and Cher with your hair. Did you have a particular muse in mind?
I’m always inspired by the greats. I look back at Ginger Rogers, and even though I might not be dressing like her, she’s been a big inspiration for me—as well as Ella Fitzgerald. Ella didn’t care how she looked. She wasn’t worried about anyone thinking she’s beautiful. She was worried about giving the most honest, authentic performance that she could.
When I was choosing what kind of hair I wanted to wear while singing this album, I remembered how I wore my hair when I was 13 when I sang standards for the first time. I’m an Italian girl, so when I get out of the shower, my hair curls up and I get out my diffuser and put spray in it. Because I’m returning to my roots with jazz, I thought I’d also return to my hair roots.
I feel very supportive and blessed that Cher has been so supportive of me borrowing her wigs. That shows the mark of a real artist.
Were you nervous about alienating some of your younger fans with this release?
No, I wasn’t. Little Monsters are very open-minded. They have a thirst for new things (yeah like new butt plugs not jazz albums). I started singing jazz when I was 13 and I discovered it before then. My mom used to play Billie Holiday on Sundays, I found Ella Fitzgerald—who’s my absolute favorite jazz singer—and my father listened to Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. So part of me knew in my heart that many of my fans would fall in love with jazz the same way I did, because we’re very similar.
I’m also not afraid of anything. At the end of the day, it’s much more important to me to put out this great music into the world. Because I am a jazz vocalist (citation needed), it’s a completely humbling experience to be doing this with Tony. All I want is to spread the message of this music as far and wide as I can with these great composers: Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Rodgers and Hart, Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn—I could go on and on (Gags is googling jazz singers rn).
Where do you think pop music is headed right now?
It’s really hard to say where it will go, but I will say that I’m loving watching people gravitate toward the likes of Sam Smith and people who have these rich, beautiful organic voices. I’m excited that this album is coming out now because I think people are ready for an organic type of music (she would love Britney Jean imo). I feel that culture is excited to hear something more natural.
Your fave celebrity wig moments?
they talked up using a drone to film cool stuff but it was only used in the lame final shot lol...and this is such a shitty promo. sitw>non>byt>>>>nonexistent s13 promo>this
i can't decide whose pose is most ridic melinda's, sarah's, ana's, cristine's. jessica is trying it w/ that holland roden inspired deer-in-the-headlight's pout
i still don't like her after her zoe slut-shaming
can't wait until she's ignored for her entire time on the show
...and for this one to be shoved in my face bc she's cute and quirky and unique!!!
Episode 1: Smells Like Teen Spirit Episode Description
Clare has a serious dilemma that will affect her entire future and confides in Alli. Zoë sees red when Becky tells her she’s too much of a distraction for the power cheer team. It’s time for Zoë to bring Becky down, literally. Miles and Tristan are getting close, but with his campaign in full swing, Mr. Hollingsworth is worried his son’s behaviour could damage his political prospects. An upset Miles decides to take annoying his father to a whole new level.
After Weinstein Co. and Netflix sign deal to release CTHD 2 simultaneously on Netflix and select Imax theaters (posted here), AMC, Cinemark, Carmike and Regal boycott CTHD 2 screenings.
"AMC Theatres and Wanda Cinema are the largest operators of Imax-equipped auditoriums in the world. We license just the technology from Imax. Only AMC and Wanda decide what programming plays in our respective theaters. No one has approached us to license this made-for-video sequel in the U.S. or China, so one must assume the screens Imax committed are in science centers and aquariums," AMC said in a terse statement.
AMC's boycott is especially problematic because it operates 146 locations in the U.S., the most of any circuit. Regal follows with 86.
source: hollywoodreporter, 2
Ben Affleck appeared on Live! with Kelly and Michael earlier this week and was asked some questions about how he buffed up to become Batman for the upcoming 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.' Affleck has taken a break from filming the new Batman/Superman movie to promote his upcoming film 'Gone Girl'. The actor, who will soon play the famous DC Comics character, cited inspiration from a surprising source — two actors who star in the Avengers movies by rival comic book company Marvel. "I've been getting bigger. I've been working out a lot," he told Kelly and Michael. "These are not roles that you can do and not exercise for. Audiences now have increasing expectations. Affleck added: "Like, in the 1950s, you could just be like Burt Lancaster and tall. But now you see guys like Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans and all these guys whose bodies are just, you think, 'How is that even possible?'"
In separate interviews, Affleck was also asked about his Batman voice and the caped crusader's new costume. Variety asked him about how the new costume compared to other iterations. "Well, I don’t know how the others have been. Anytime you have a costume that is restricting, the challenge is that it’s got to look good but not look restricting." Affleck also almost let his new Batman voice slip in a recent interview with MTV, but later said audiences would have to wait to hear it when the movie opens in March 2016. "Ah, you've gotta pay. That's IMAX money to see that!"
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Which superhero has the best body?
Tony Award-winning performer and world renowned vocalist Lea Salonga will be joining with supergroup Il Divo for the Europe leg of their "A Musical Affair" tour.
Best known for her Tony Award winning role in Miss Saigon, the nightly concerts will be enhanced by Salonga's powerful voice and perfect pitch in both solo performances and duets with the guys. Lea Salonga is a Filipina singer/actress best known for originating the Olivier award-winning role of Kim in the West End production of Miss Saigon, then later bringing it to the Broadway stage for which she won a Tony, among other awards. She was also the first Asian to play Eponine in LES MISERABLES on Broadway, and subsequently returned to the show in 2007 as Fantine.
"I am thrilled to be joining Il Divo as they continue their Musical Affair Tour worldwide. Having such a passion for musical theatre since an early age myself, I cannot imagine a more talented group to join forces with to share these timeless songs with audiences of all ages. And it doesn't hurt that they are so handsome to look at too."
Oct 1 Austria, Vienna
Oct 3 Czech Republic
Oct 5 Switzerland, Geneva
Oct 6 Switzerland, Zurich
Oct 7 Germany, Berlin
Oct 9 Germany, Frankfurt
Oct 10 Germany, Stuttgart
Oct 11 Germany, Oberhausen
Oct 13 Germany, Hamburg
Oct 15 Belgium, Brussels
Oct 16 Holland, Amsterdam
Oct 18 Birmingham, UK
Oct 19 Cardiff, UK
Oct 21 Newcastle, UK
Oct 22 Glasgow, UK
Oct 24 Nottingham, UK
Oct 25 Manchester, UK
Oct 26 Ireland, Dublin
Oct 28 Brighton, UK
Nov 1 London, UK
Nov 2 Paris, France
Nov 4 Madrid
Nov 5 Lisbon
I can't believe it's been 22 YEARS since Aladdin came out! Still the best Disney movie imo. Agree, Disagree?
James Franco finds it difficult to get a date as he's "shy".
The actor-director-producer-author-screenwriter - who has been single since splitting from Ahna O'Reilly after five years of dating in 2011 - insists he is "shy" around the opposite sex but is slowly improving his social skills, though he doesn't have much time to meet people.
Speaking in the new issue of Loaded magazine - out now - He said: "I've always been a little shy in meeting women.
"I've been getting better over the years at being able to speak more comfortably when I first meet someone. Obviously you have to be a little apprehensive on some occasions but usually it's all very natural."
Franco was recently forced to defend himself after flirting with a 17-year-old fan on Instagram, insisting he was just trying to "meet someone", and though it has been speculated the incident was a publicity stunt to promote his 'Palo Alto' movie, he insists he doesn't "care" what people think.
"I don't care. I've tried to address the issue of celebrity culture in different ways and by doing that I open myself up to that kind of criticism," he says.
are you shy?
“Masters of Sex” star Lizzy Caplan seduces in black for the November 2014 cover story from Elle Canada. Posing poolside and in the outdoors, the actress impresses in designer looks including Louis Vuitton. In the interview, she talks about wanting to get married and have kids, but does not want people to assume that she would be the one to stay at home. She says, “Now, I could have kids and want to do that, I have no idea—but from where I sit now, that does not sound all that appealing to me. I really want kids, and I want to be fully involved in their lives, but I don’t want to sacrifice my own goals to be a mother.”
Full article at ellecanada.com
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Donald Sterling and V. Stiviano reunited at his Beverly Hills mansion today -- and when Donald's wife found out ... she called police, trying to get V. arrested ... TMZ has learned.
We're told Shelly Sterling got wind of Donald and V.'s tryst ... and believed Stiviano must have broken into the house. Our Sterling sources tell us Shelly called Bev Hills PD immediately and reported a break-in.
We're told police officers responded ... and spoke to Donald and Stiviano. One source tells us V. was an "invited" guest, so ... no break-in, and no arrests.
Shelly has beef with V. ... She sued the alleged mistress, claiming she embezzled $1.8 mil from Donald ... and Shelly says half of that was hers. Shelly claims V. swindled an old man who wasn't with it.
Cops tell us V. wasn't scared off ... she stayed after they left.
For the last two years I’ve written articles recommending authors to read during the Halloween season (check out the first one here and the second here). This year, instead of novels, I’m suggesting 30 graphic novels and trade paperbacks that are perfect to get you into the Halloween spirit.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula (by Michael Burgen and José Alfonso Ocampo Ruiz): A re-telling of the classic gothic novel.
30 Days of Night (by Steve Niles and B
en Templesmith): An Alaskan town must survive an onslaught of vampires while the sun is down for 30 days.
American Vampire Vol. 1 (by Scott Snyder, Stephen King, and Rafael Albuquerque): A 1920’s vampire sets out for revenge against those who wronged her.
iZombie Vol 1: Dead to the World (by Chris Roberson and Michael Allred): Various supernatural characters deal with everyday life as well as unnatural threats.
Heathentown (by Corinna Sara Bechko and Gabriel Hardman): A woman visiting a small town in the Everglades discovers some deadly and unusual secrets.
Werewolves, Supernatural, Deadly Humans, Heroes, Inspired By TV/Film, and For The Younger Crowd at the source
20 Authors to Read During the Halloween Season
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A video was posted and quickly deleted from Youtube today that claims to contain footage from Star Wars: Episode VII. After all the concept art and set photos that have hit the internet in recently, it's possible that this is very real. Especially with the swiftness with which it was removed from the Internet.
There's also possibility it's fake. A Walt Disney watermark in the footage leads to it's authenticity, and it does (sort of) match up with rumored story details that have leaked on various sites.
The footage claims to contain our first look at Luke Skywalker's home on Skellig Michael Island. We see the hooded Jedi traversing the unique and very rocky landscape to enter a cave, which is called Luke's Refuge in the possibly leaked footage.
If this is indeed Mark Hamill, we never actually see his face as he remains hooded throughout the duration of the footage. It's also possible that this is test footage, or teaser trailer footage shot not using the actor. TechnoBuffalo, who first discovered the video reports that "It is shot on a cell phone looking at a computer screen, so the clarity is not the best. From the lighting and quickness of the images, this feels more like test footage than final shots for the film."
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