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    Jeff Garlin, who played Uncle Kelbo on the Disney Channel show, had some harsh words to say about the 22-year-old's image during his chat with HuffPost Live. "I worked with [Gomez] for three years, and I love her. She is, at least in terms of what I saw, a great kid," Garlin prefaced.

    "But then I see her sexualized. When I see her sexualized, I look at her, and I look at this Ariana Grande... Both beautiful girls, but they have baby fat! They look like kids!"

    Speaking on her bikini-clad role in the 2012 film Spring Breakers, the 52-year-old continued, "I'm by myself in the theater, and I couldn't have felt dirtier.
    Great bikini shots of Selena Gomez? I don't go there. I see the thing, but I see those chubby cheeks. She's a kid. This is disgusting that it's happening so young."

    More @ Yahoo!

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    Jessie Ware is currently taking the music industry by storm and after performing an amazing iTunes Festival gig this month (interview was from Monday), as well as preparing for the release of her brand new album Tough Love on October 6 (actually Oct. 13th), EntertainmentWise caught up with the singer to talk working with Ed Sheeran, the hectic celebrity world and juggling her career with married life. Check out the full interview below.

    You're about to release your brand new album Tough Love. Has all the success sunken in yet?
    Yeah I guess so! I think I’ve still got a bit of work to do really but I feel good and it feels real but not ludicrous, like I still have a normal life, so it’s all good.

    Tough Love is out next month, tell us a bit about it. Do you have a favourite song?
    Yeah, I love Say You Love Me, which is a song that’s out at the moment and it’s a song I wrote with Ed Sheeran. I’m really proud of it and I think it’s a really great way to show a new side to my voice.

    Your debut album was released in 2012 – would you say your music style has changed since then? Would you say you’ve also grown and become stronger as a person?
    I think I have got more confident. I don’t think I’ve changed though, I think I’m probably a bit more decisive now. I feel like it [fame] has been really positive and I’ve learnt about myself a bit more and more about the artist I want to be.

    Did you know when you got Ed Sheeran involved with your new single that it was going to be absolutely massive?
    Well no, you never know when you’re in the room whether it will necessarily work and it’s all about chemistry whether they work and with another person it might not work. You just never know, and I was really keen to hang out with Ed anyway and if we managed to make a song, great. There was added pressure because he has such a crazy time schedule and we had such a short time. It was more like we’ll just see what happens and magic happened and it all worked out. I had faith in Ed but you never know if you’re going to work well together but we worked amazingly well together.

    A massive congratulations, you got married recently! Would you say it’s quite hard having a relationship in the industry?
    Yes and no. I mean, I’m so lucky that I’ve got somebody so supportive and he doesn’t get too angry when I’m away for long periods of time. I’m very lucky that he’s so supportive when I’m away for long periods of time. He joins me on the road sometimes, but he does have his own life to lead, so I have to accept that he can’t be with me all of the time.

    Finally, we’ve mentioned a few things but what else is coming up in the near future?
    My album’s coming out, then I’ll be doing another UK tour in January and just more touring next year.


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    An American freelance cameraman working for NBC News in Liberia has tested positive for Ebola and will be flown back to the U.S. for treatment.

    The freelancer, Ashoka Mukpo, 33, was hired Tuesday to be a second cameraman for NBC News Chief Medical Editor and Correspondent Dr. Nancy Snyderman. Snyderman is with three other NBC News employees on assignment in Monrovia, reporting on the Ebola outbreak.

    Mukpo came down with symptoms on Wednesday, feeling tired and achy. As part of a routine temperature check, he discovered he was running a slight fever. He immediately quarantined himself and sought medical advice. On Thursday morning, Mukpo went to a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) treatment center to be tested for the virus. The positive result came back just under 12 hours later.

    "The good news is this young man, our colleague, was admitted very, very early," Snyderman told Rachel Maddow Thursday evening. "He's in good spirits."

    Snyderman added she and the other members of the NBC News team are feeling well and not showing symptoms of the Ebola virus but are going beyond CDC guidelines for their and others' safety.

    Mukpo will be the fifth American infected with Ebola and evacuated from West Africa. He has been working in Liberia on various projects for the past three years.

    Read more at NBC News.

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    When you’re a high school kid in Laguna Beach, where every day is summer, motivating yourself to get to chemistry class can be particularly challenging. Just ask teenage Lauren Conrad or Kristin Cavallari.

    Laguna Beach recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary, and in honor of this milestone occasion — as well as Throwback Thursday — we dug through archives to bring some priceless footage of LC and K-Cav during their audition. In the clips below, each discuss their shoddy attendance records.

    “When you get senior year, it’s harder to go to school,” Lauren explains, adding that sometimes she’ll make it all the way to the parking lot before changing her mind and heading toward the shore.

    Kristin also talks about the temptation of cutting class, especially because Laguna Beach High School’s 30-minute lunch period doesn’t offer nearly enough time to enjoy a proper midday meal. The cafeteria doesn’t even serve sashimi!

    While we once thought these girls only had their love for Stephen Colletti in common, we can now add ditching out — just not with each other — to their short list of similarities.

    Watch the blond beauties come clean:

    Are y’all ready to feel old? Yesterday–exactly 10 years ago–Laguna Beach premiered its first-ever episode on MTV.

    That’s right: in 2004, Lauren Conrad, Kristin Cavallari, Stephen Colletti, Lo Bosworth, and the rest of their Cali crew bravely broadcast their teenage lives for the entire world to see, but TBH, us style nerds could only focus on one thing: THOSE. OUTFITS.

    You might remember tons of mid-2000s mini skirts, halters, and capris, but looking back, we realized we’d actually still wear some of these trends today. Seriously! Check out 8 Laguna Beach looks we’d totally sport in 2014.


    Wowowow. This whole K-Cav outfit is speaking to us so hard. In case you haven’t been around humans/on Tumblr in the last few years, the ’90s are back in full force, and chokers are making a serious comeback. This summer goth look is absolute perfection, and, dang, are we even loving her frosted lip?! #confused #halp



    Dudes, look at what Kristin wore to prom–a simple-yet-dressy coral midi dress that is so on-trend today. Um, why did no one tell us to skip the poofy gowns?



    Read The Full Stories At: MTV

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    Reeves went charging to court after the woman got taken away from his home ... where she sneaked in and and took a skinny dip in his pool. She's currently in a psych ward, but Keanu says it's only a matter of time before she's released ... and he thinks she's coming back.

    The woman told cops ... she thought Reeves could help find her father -- whom she believes is "Departed" actor Ray Wintsone. The woman claimed he was snatched by the government and placed in witness protection ... and that Keanu is her "conduit" to him.

    Keanu says she's a threat and the judge agreed ... ordering her to stay 100 yards away.

    The obvious problem ... as cops candidly say, good luck getting her to understand and follow the order.

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    Candids of Keanu filming a commercial (or something like that) for his Arch Motorcycle Company:

    itsmillertime_: Keanu Reeves is exactly the type of person who I aspire to be. Extremely successful and yet one of the most humble humans I've ever met, at 3 am he really sat on the curb and ate pizza with me, giving me film advice, fuckin' Neo, so damn chill. Grateful I had the opportunity to work with him on his new project. #lifesatrip #iiwii

    Sources: 123

    This girls need to find another target this is like the 3rd time something like this happens to him, poor Charles

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    Turns out Nick Cannon may have been a decoy for Amber Rose ... because it seems the real Nick of her desire is Simmons.

    Yep, you heard it right. The son of rock god Gene Simmons has just scored the rebound of the year.

    Our spies at Playhouse in Hollywood caught Amber and Nick grinding it out ... leaving the club arm-in-arm.

    There were signs ... you may remember last week they went to a restaurant together but there was no overt signs of affection.

    So Amber's jam is a 6-foot-7 white dude who probably has a big tongue.


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  • 10/03/14--16:00: Free For All Friday

  • I hope everyone has a GREAT weekend!

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    Summer's over, but now we have to stay buff for ... Halloween season? That's the mood Subway hoped to capitalize on in a new ad, in which a woman asserts she has to eat healthy to fit into her sexy Halloween costumes.

    Eating healthy is something everyone should do year round, but an ad playing on women's concern for their weight, coupled with an overabundance of very adult costumes (for a night that's traditionally about children) is causing controversy.

    A man does appear in the ad, but he never moves from his seat and eventually is shown in a Viking costume for laughs. That's not quite the same as the woman, who cycles through several iterations of titillating costumes.

    Not everyone thinks there's a lot of meat on this controversy sandwich, though.

    "You don't have to read so into it," noted TODAY's Carson Daly on Friday.

    Agreed TODAY's Matt Lauer, "I do think you need to at least look for the humor in it."

    A Subway spokesperson told TODAY, "We understand that some people may not have picked up on the intended humor in our Halloween commercial. Our objective was certainly not to offend anyone."


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    Downey says he’ll do Iron Man 4 if Mel Gibson directs it. Hey, it worked for Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass.

    The idea came up in Deadline‘s interview with Downey. After talking about whether more Iron Man films are on the horizon and why Gibson deserves another chance, the outlet offered a suggestion.

    DEADLINE: Marvel badly wants Iron Man 4 and you’ve said you aren’t doing it. How about the idea you’ll do that movie if Mel directs it?

    DOWNEY: Correct.

    DEADLINE: Is that our headline?

    DOWNEY: Why not? That movie would be bananas.

    However, Downey is serious about wanting to help Gibson out. They’re close friends in real life. Gibson helped Downey through a low point and Downey, in turn, has publicly pleaded with Hollywood to forgive Gibson’s transgressions. (Watch the video at the bottom of this post for proof.)

    Speaking to Deadline this time, Downey argued that Gibson had changed, then added: “But honestly we are talking about a competitive business and it all comes down to this: because he is so gifted as a story teller and a director, I don’t know that he requires some sort of mass forgiveness.”

    Watch Downey’s 2011 speech defending Gibson below:


    Full Article At Source

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    The good people of the Democratic Republic of Congo were treated to a performance put on by ‘Locked Up‘ singer Akon recently, taking to the country to watch him bring a number of his biggest hits to life in the city of Goma.

    Unfortunately, if criticisms aimed the singer’s way hold any weight, his audience soon learned that they could look but not touch when he decided to crowd-surf in a giant bubble…in a reported bid to avoid catching the Ebola virus.


    ‘The Ebola virus is no joke,’ harrumphed The Source website. ‘And to avoid contracting it from anybody, when Akon left the stage to crowd surf with the people that were attending his concert, he did so in a huge plastic protective bubble.’


    Full article at Source

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    Next weekend, the cast and crew of Daredevil are taking over New York Comic-Con. It’ll be the first time they face the public and answer questions about the highly anticipated show, which will hit Netflix in 2015. To commemmorate the occasion, Marvel revealed a bunch of information about the appearance, along with the show’s official logo.

    Full article w/ press release at source

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    The Daily Star accidentally posted the Top 12's post-makeover photoshoot.

    The first live show next Saturday will last nearly 3 hours, because there will be 16 acts performing.

    Each judge will get to pick a wildcard, but for another category: Cheryl will pick a boy, Mel B a group, Louis an over and Simon a girl.

    The Top 12 Are:

    Girls: Lauren Platt, Stephanie Nala, Chloe Jasmine
    Boys: Andrea Faustini, Paul Akister, Jake Quickenden
    Overs: Jay James, Ben Heanow, Fleur East
    Groups: No-name New Boyband, Only The Young, Blonde Electra

    Blonde Electra

    Only The Young

    No-name New Boyband

    Fleur East

    Ben Heanow

    Jay James

    Lauren Platt

    Stephanie Nala

    Chloe Jasmine

    Jake Quickenden

    Andrea Faustini

    Paul Akister

    Full Article at Source + Cached

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    Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike are showing solid drawing power as “Gone Girl” heads for an opening weekend of at least $35 million in the U.S., according to early estimates Friday.

    Fox’s “Gone Girl” looked likely to draw more than $12 million on its opening day at 3,014 locations.

    That should be enough to give the thriller a winning weekend over New Line’s scarefest “Annabelle,” which will probably take in about $14 million Friday and wind up the weekend with an equally impressive $30 million at 3,185.

    That scenario would represent a shot in the arm for studios and exhibitors. Should both “Gone Girl” and “Annabelle” finish above $30 million, it would be first time time in two months that two titles have cleared that figure since the Aug. 8-10 frame with “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

    Both “Gone Girl” and “Annabelle” are R-rated and have been aimed at attracting mature audiences.

    David Fincher directed “Gone Girl” with Fox and New Regency producing for $61 million. Should the Friday estimate hold, “Gone Girl” will become the biggest launch for a Fincher title, eclipsing the $30 million launch of 2002’s “Panic Room.”

    Conversely, Nicholas Cage’s faith-based “Left Behind” appeared to be showing little traction with a first-day gross of $900,000 for Freestyle, projecting to about $2.7 million for the weekend.

    Denzel Washington’s “The Equalizer” led the rest of the pack with an early estimate of $5.5 million on Friday, portending a second weekend of about $18 million for Sony — a decline of about 47%, which would give it about $64 million for its first 10 days.

    Fox’s third weekend of “The Maze Runner” looked likely to finish fourth with $3 million on Friday and a $10 million weekend, edging Focus’ second weekend of “The Boxtrolls” at about $9 million.

    MORE AT THE source

    what are you gonna watch this weekend, ontd?

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    SPC will push the 24-year-old for a best supporting actress nom, one of several it hopes to land alongside an all but assured best actress mention for Julianne Moore

    Julianne Moore, this year's clear best actress Oscar frontrunner for her work in Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland's Still Alice — a drama in which she plays a middle-aged academic diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's Disease — won't be the only person associated with that film to get a major Oscar push this year, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Sony Pictures Classics, which picked up the film's U.S. distribution rights at the Toronto Film Festival, intends to mount an all-out campaign for several others associated with the film, especially Kristen Stewart in the best supporting actress category, who plays the daughter of Moore's character.

    "In addition to the depth of its screenplay and direction, it features several major performances," Barker continued. "There's no question that Julianne Moore gives the greatest performance of her career to date — it's a performance of such amazing depth and subtlety — but one of the reasons it comes off so spectacularly well is that the actors around her are so strong. Kristen Stewart has never been better than she is in this film. Alec Baldwin gives one of the strongest performances of his career. In addition to that, you've got Kate Bosworth and Hunter Parrish also giving really strong performances."

    Many observers have zeroed in on Stewart's performance — depicting the daughter who both spars with and cares for her declining mother — as being particularly impressive, and Barker, who has never worked with the 24-year-old before but has long admired her from afar, agrees with that assessment. "Kristen Stewart is someone we have seen in many movies over the last several years — four in 2014, with three coming up in 2015 so far — and she has shown great range in such a wide variety of genres," he said. "But there is something about this performance that has new depths that she hasn't shown before. She's really terrific in the film."

    full article at source

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    The Young & Restless Stars Sharon Case and Joshua Morrow Tease Wedding And More!

    It’s a big week Shicksters! On Friday, Nick and Sharon are all gussied up ready to say their I do’s again!

    Will the wedding go off without a hitch? Or, will Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) interrupt it?

    As a preview to all the happenings, Sharon Case (Sharon) and Joshua Morrow (Nick) sat down with Mark Steines and Christina Ferrare co-hosts of the talk series Home & Family!

    In the first segment the duo discuss their 20 years on the number one soap and in a very awkward moment. Mark asks if Joshua and Sharon ever dated in real life!

    Later, Sharon and Joshua preview Shick’s wedding which begins this Friday on the October 3rd episode of the CBS Daytime drama.

    Morrow teases: “It wouldn’t be a soap opera if things went off without a hitch!”

    The wedding drama will continue into Monday!

    The Bold & Beautiful Goes To Amsterdam!

    Off to another locale, are they? Yes, the international smash The Bold and the Beautiful continues its string of beautiful locale from around the world to incorporate into their stories! This time the backdrop will be the canals of Amsterdam for a romantic story filming the first week of October, the series announced today.

    According to series EP and head writer, Brad Bell: “While in the Netherlands for a Forrester Creations photo shoot, one couple finds love while another is falling apart. The action takes place over seven episodes, and we are very excited about showcasing the beauty of Amsterdam during our shoot.”

    Cast members Ashleigh Brewer (“Ivy Forrester”), Darin Brooks (“Wyatt Spencer”), Scott Clifton (“Liam Spencer”) and Kim Matula (“Hope Logan Spencer”) will take part. Dutch actor and singer Ferry Doedens has also signed on to guest star as Forrester Creations’ local public relations executive, a role created especially for episodes filmed in Amsterdam. Episodes will air in the U.S. on the CBS Television Network in November 2014 and in the Netherlands in 2015.

    Fred Willard & John McCook Discuss The Arrival of John Forrester On B&B!

    On-Air On-Soaps caught up with Willard and his on-screen bro John McCook for a dishy discussion on just what is a “John Forrester” and what to expect when he hits the airwaves in episodes beginning this week on Thursday, October 2nd and Friday, October 3rd, and continuing next week on Monday, October 6th! Here are some excerpts below from these gents on the latest addition to the Forrester clan!

    Willard on what brought him to B&B:“They asked me to do it, and I said ‘yes’, and then they sent me the script, and then when I got the script, I loved it. I loved the character. I wasn’t sure what it was going to be. First they said, ‘Would you like to come in and work with us on a character?’ And I couldn’t do it at first. I’d done a pilot earlier for NBC and I was under contract. So then when I called I talked to B&B executive producer and head writer, Brad Bell, and he said, ‘Oh, this is a perfect time, because we’re writing in Ivy’s (Ashleigh Brewer) father, who’s come over from Australia, and it might be a two or three show arc.‘ I said, ‘That sounds wonderful.’ And they explained the character to me, and I said, ‘That sounds great.’ And they said, ‘Slowly, we’ll move John McCook out of the picture!’ (Laughs) They told you that … didn’t they John? Oh, I’m sorry!” (Laughs)

    McCook on having a quite interesting on-screen brother:“I thought it was great and clever casting. It was funny and wonderful. I just hope that it works out that there is some substantive story in there too, because John is a wonderfully quirky dad for Ivy, and a brother for Eric. I would love for it to evolve into something really precious for our show. Who knows? We will see.”

    Willard on how he views the character of John:“John is quite a colorful character to play. He seems to be kind of a world traveler, but with a lot of bologna! So I’m sure he makes up half the stories, and he’s probably in love with my own life, and he’s seem to be very fond of his own wife. He speaks of her very fondly, and his daughter. So I don’t see any bad side. It’s kind of humorous. He’s kind of a harmless guy. I don’t think it’s a laugh out loud part, but I think there’s a funny scene in the third episode I have. I don’t think it’s turned into a comedy. I play a quirky, kind of strange character.”

    Willard on how John views the very successful Eric:“He probably envy him quite a bit, because he’s got a real job! He try to discourage him from coming down to Australia, but I think when I see the models he works with, and the place he works in, and his friends, I’m quite envious.”

    Former OLTL and Dark Shadows Writer Sam Hall Has Died!

    Writer Sam Hall, best known for his work on Dark Shadows and One Life to Live, died on Friday, September 26. He was 93.

    Allison Samuel Hall was born on March 11, 1921, in Carrollton, Ohio, and graduated from Dartmouth and Yale. A veteran of the World War II Battle of the Bulge, he was married to actress Grayson Hall in 1952.

    Sam was a playwright who had spent several years working on the CBS daytime drama The Brighter Day. He was not really interested in accepting another TV job. But the family had been struggling for a while, and Sam was considering moving back to Ohio to work at his father’s rubber gloves factory. Then Grayson got a short-term acting role on ABC's afternoon soap opera Dark Shadows, which turned into a long-term gig, and that kept them in New York. So when creator Dan Curtis said he needed a new writer to replace Malcolm Marmorstein, Sam said he would give it a try. The series became a cult classic, with stories that continued to be told in novels, comic books, movies, audio stories, a primetime television revival and more. Dark Shadows featured the traditional themes of love and family during its five-year run (1966-1971), but mixed in were werewolves, zombies, man-made monsters, witches, warlocks, time travel, and even a parallel universe.

    Sam Hall spent 10 years working at ABC daytime soap opera One Life to Live, and went on to write for other daytime serials including General Hospital and Santa Barbara.

    The Young and the Restless Alum Joe LaDue Is Dead!

    Actor Joe LaDue died on May 26 at age 70.

    LaDue starred as Derek Thurston on CBS daytime drama The Young and the Restless from 1977-1980. In 1983, he played Detective Harry Frost on NBC's Days of our Lives.

    LaDue's other credits include Emergency!, The Rookies, Starsky and Hutch, Casino, Luckytown and Ocean's Eleven.

    In recent years, LaDue had suffered from Alzheimer's disease.

    Services were held on Sunday, July 29 at the Blue Diamond Foursquare Church in Blue Diamond, Nevada.

    Ferry Doedens to Guest Star in The Bold and the Beautiful!

    CBS daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful will film a romantic story on the canals of Amsterdam the first week of October, the series announced today.

    "While in the Netherlands for a Forrester Creations photo shoot, one couple finds love while another is falling apart,” said executive producer and head writer, Bradley Bell. "The action takes place over seven episodes, and we are very excited about showcasing the beauty of Amsterdam during our shoot."

    Cast members Ashleigh Brewer (Ivy Forrester), Darin Brooks (Wyatt Spencer), Scott Clifton (Liam Spencer) and Kim Matula (Hope Logan Spencer) will take part.

    Dutch actor and singer Ferry Doedens (Lucas Sanders, Goede Tijden, Slechte Tijden) has also signed on to guest star as Forrester Creations’ local public relations executive, a role created especially for episodes filmed in Amsterdam. Episodes will air in the U.S. on CBS in November 2014 and in the Netherlands in 2015.

    Steve Burton & Maurice Benard Reunite For Online Event!

    If over the years you've missed out in meeting two of your favorite stars in person, now is the time to get up close and personal with Steve Burton (Dylan, The Young and the Restless; ex-Jason, General Hospital) and Maurice Benard (Sonny, General Hospital) - and you don't even need to leave your home!

    It's totally live -online- Maurice and Steve reliving their days as one of daytime television's best dynamic duos.

    The event is being held Sunday, October 5, 2014 from 1 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. PT.

    Michael Muhney Denies Allegations Surrounding His Y&R Exit!

    Breaking his silence with the press, recently the former Adam Newman of The Young and the Restless spoke to Australia’s TV Week Soap Extra magazine recently where he discussed the allegations surrounding his dismissal from the number one soap opera!

    As many fans know, an incident with former co-star Hunter King (Summer) was cited as one of the reasons that Muhney was fired from the show.

    As to why Michael didn’t just come forward and say the allegations were not true right away, the popular actor related to TV Week: “I have never spoken out. I wanted a long time to go by, because I didn’t want to be this person who was desperately screaming: I didn’t do it!. The rumour was untrue. First of all, there is no one anywhere, of any official capacity, who ever made any of those allegations. If there were, I would be the first person to come out and say,’ Hey, now, I’ve got to take you to court because what you’ve just said is lies and I have to sue you for libel and slander.”

    GH’s Nancy Lee Grahn Reveals Her New Online Series!

    General Hospital fans have been abuzz over recent weeks with the teaser tweets posted by two-time Daytime Emmy winner Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis, GH) regarding her new online series that is set to debut on

    And tonight, Nancy finally revealed the name of her forthcoming series when she tweeted: “My new digital series is called General Hospital Now It’s SNLish mixed with Soap. Coming soon in digital near you.” She followed that tweet up with: “BTW The exclusive about #GeneralHospitalNow is gonna be All Over Everything so get ready!”

    Hugo Napier Returning to General Hospital!

    Former As the World Turns star Hugo Napier, where he played Gunnar Stenbeck and became a fan favorite, is now set to return to another of his old soap stomping grounds, General Hospital!

    Napier had portrayed Larry Ashton- the former flame of Tracy Quartermaine (Jane Elliot) and the father to Ned Ashton (Wally Kurth) – and according to Soap Opera Digest today, a GH rep has confirmed Napier is set to reprise his role on the ABC soap opera!

    Larry Ashton was part of the Port Charles canvas in 1988-89 and again in 1991-92. Napier also appeared on All My Children.

    Sally Kellerman Cast In New Role On The Young and the Restless!

    Hot Lips in Genoa City? Looks like it! According to TV Line this afternoon, motion picture and television veteran Sally Kellerman has been tapped to play a new role on CBS’ The Young and the Restless!

    The part is that of Constance Bingham who as of now is a mystery woman! What has been revealed is that Kellerman will first air in November, she’ll be around for multiple episodes, and she’ll interact with several Genoa City favorites.

    Over the last several years, Y&R has been utilizing many veterans of TV land in roles from George Kennedy, to Catherine Bach, tot he late Bonnie Franklin, to Ray Wise and more, into their soap opera family.

    Baby On Board!

    GENERAL HOSPITAL star Tyler Christopher (Nikolas) and his wife, Brienne, have a second child on the way! "Thank you all for the great baby wishes!" the actor tweeted. "Coming in May." The couple are already parents to son Greysun James, who celebrates his 5th birthday on October 3.

    The Week In The Year 2013!

    Donna asked Bill to think hard about his decisions regarding her sisters. Brooke explained to Donna that Brooke and Bill were in love, and Brooke had accepted Bill's ring and marriage proposal. Rick decided to move up the fashion show to keep the momentum of the diamond going, and the decision forced Hope and Liam to move back the wedding. Quinn urged Wyatt not to give up on Hope. Liam accidentally emailed Hope's tribute video to Steffy, and Steffy asked for one of herself and Liam. Liam obliged her, and at the fashion show, Quinn discovered the video for Steffy on Liam's laptop.

    Kristen panicked when she realized that Marlena had the flash drive of the sex video. Eric was shocked when Nicole quit her job at the rectory. E.J. helped Will and Sonny sort out their differences. Gabi gave Kate advice about Rafe. Jordan stepped in to help Rafe after Marge went on a tirade. Sami was stunned at the extent of E.J.'s sacrifice for her. Sami, angry at first, stood by E.J., then gave Stefano a piece of her mind about his house rules. Marge was on a mission to destroy Sami. Justin and Adrienne talked about getting their marriage back on track. Kayla let something slip while talking to J.J. about Jack. J.J. was determined to find out what had happened between his father and Kayla and turned to Adrienne to find out the truth. Anne and Theresa joined forces to get back at Jennifer. Theresa planned to make Jennifer believe that she had slept with Daniel. Abigail asked Cameron why he had lied to her. Cameron questioned Chad about his medical history. Chad asked E.J. to help him cover up his fake illness from Abigail. Will was upset that Sami had agreed to live at the mansion with Stefano. Nick planned his future with Gabi, unaware that she had planned to break things off with him.

    Dr. Obrecht kidnapped Ben and spirited him to Cassadine Island. Jerry promised to return Robin to her family after she developed a cure for polonium poisoning. Jerry gave Robin a DVD of the 2013 Nurses Ball to provide her with incentive to work hard on the cure. Jerry decided to use Luke as a guinea pig when Robin developed a cure. Liesl Obrecht told Robin that "little Cesar" was Patrick's son. Robin managed to knock out Liesl. Patrick decided that it was time to put the past behind him, so he took off his wedding ring. Carlos continued to try to woo Sabrina by sending her flowers, but she insisted that they were over. Brad revealed to Dante and Lulu that Spinelli and Maxie were Connie's biological parents. Spinelli and Maxie each decided that they wanted to raise their daughter, while Dante and Lulu took steps to secure custody of Connie. Morgan helped Ava move into a new apartment and then persuaded her to let him move in, so they could continue their affair. Kiki agreed to live with Michael. Franco was stunned when his friend, Sebastian, showed an interest in Heather's painting rather than Franco's new works of art. Franco made plans to visit Heather. Robert emerged from the coma and told Anna that Robin was alive.

    Dylan punched Nick during an argument about Avery. Dylan decided to stay in Genoa City, but he insisted that his marriage to Chelsea was over. Leslie realized that Avery was still in love with Dylan. After an emotional visit from Avery, Phyllis moved her finger. Hilary unsuccessfully attempted to trick Neil into drinking alcohol. Devon offered Hilary a million dollars to leave town. Mason walked out on Hilary. Victoria and Billy agreed to resume trying to make a baby. Victor offered to buy Newman Enterprises from Jack and Adam, and he planned to merge Newman with Chancellor Industries. Noah contemplated working for Victor. Nikki defended Chelsea when Victor accused Chelsea of being an unfit mother. Chelsea and Adam rushed a feverish Connor to the hospital. Cane quit his job at Chancellor Industries. Paul learned that he and Nikki had tracked down the wrong adoptive mother. Victor overheard Nikki leaving a message for Paul about her son. During the Businesswoman of the Year banquet, the Baldwins were horrified when Carmine switched Lauren's tribute video with their sex tape. Kevin and Chloe grew closer as they searched for a missing Fen. Carmine lured Lauren to the alley, where she found Carmine had been shot dead. Michael found what he believed was Fen's sobriety chip near Carmine's body, and he rearranged the crime scene to appear as if Michael had killed Carmine. Michael confessed to Carmine's murder.


    A furious Stefano turns his back on EJ.
    Jennifer enlists Juile's help for an intervention with Eve.
    Kayla squirms when Paige questions her about JJ's father.
    Brady finds himself being drawn back into Kristen's web.

    John has an announcement for Marlena, Brady and Kristen.
    Sami argues with Will when she learns of his latest article.
    EJ lays into Chad for exposing his secret to Stefano.
    Paige is shaken and upset when JJ pulls away from her.

    Theresa goes into panic mode when John summons her to his hospital room.
    EJ receives upsetting news.
    Will is taken aback by Chad's anger towards EJ.
    Caroline shares a warm moment with Sami.

    John makes an unexpected decision that rocks Kristen and Theresa to the core.
    Chad tries to convince love interest Abigail that he's not such a bad guy after all.
    Jordan is upset when she learns of Ben's actions.

    Chad asks Jordan out on a date.
    Rafe warns Kate she could be making a big mistake.

    Monday, October 6
    Maxie (Kirsten Storms) and Nathan (Ryan Paevey) get reacquainted on their first date; Silas (Michael Easton) learns a surprising truth; Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) feels hopeful about the unidentified patient (Billy Miller).

    Tuesday, October 7
    Silas is suspicious of Nina (Michelle Stafford); Sam (Kelly Monaco) and Patrick (Jason Thompson) end up in an uncomfortable situation; Judge Walters issues Maxie an ultimatum.

    Wednesday, October 8
    Rosalie (Linda Elena Tovar) makes a discovery; Sabrina (Teresa Castillo) second guesses her theory; Nikolas (Tyler Christopher) and Spencer (Nicolas Bechtel) get an invitation for Britt (Kelly Thiebaud).

    Thursday, October 9
    Franco (Roger Howarth) considers his next move; Sonny (Maurice Benard) and Shawn (Sean Blakemore) plot against Franco; Ava (Maura West) is unaware of the risk to her child.

    Friday, October 10
    Tracy (Jane Eliot) plans a meeting with Luke (Anthony Geary); Milo (Drew Cheetwood) takes Epiphany (Sonya Eddy) out; Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) gets a surprise visitor.

    Monday, October 6
    Quinn is angry with Hope after she learns about her future plan; Liam is asked about his intentions towards Ivy.

    Tuesday, October 7
    Rick confronts Caroline about a close moment she shared with Ridge; Maya finds another ally.

    Wednesday, October 8
    Katie ponders her future; Rick unleashes his anger on Ridge.

    Thursday, October 9
    Rick reveals Ridge's secret to Eric.

    Friday, October 10
    Eric makes an important announcement regarding the company; Bill and Katie have a deep discussion.

    Monday, October 6, 2014
    The Nick and Sharon wedding continues.
    Helen Slater returns as Dr. Chiverton (Victoria's obstetrician).

    Tuesday, October 7, 2014
    Billy and Victoria's relationship troubles Chelsea (because Billy rushes off to check on Victoria at the hospital).
    Jack finds his world shaken.

    Wednesday, October 8, 2014
    Dylan and Paul butt heads over Ian's case.
    Phyllis begins to face reality.
    Joe Clark decides to stick around, and tells Avery this.

    Thursday, October 9, 2014
    Nick asks Victoria who she wants to be her baby's father.
    Devon sneaks off to see Hilary (She's in New York on Jabot business).

    Friday, October 10, 2014
    Phyllis makes a decision about her future.
    Victor gets the results of Faith's paternity test.
    Jack's whole world is rocked.

    Please Read The Full Stoires At: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 1213

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    "The Legend of Korra" Co-Creators Will Challenge You to Hold Onto Your Beliefs


    "Before "Balance" begins October 3, Complex asked Avatar creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino a few questions about the upcoming season, and how the show's world has changed over the course of the series.

    To what extent were Books Two through Four conceptualized as one longer story rather than three shorter arcs? Did that change your ability to react to how individual parts of the show were turning out as production went on?
    From the start, Legend of Korra was conceived to have stand-alone seasons with a new villain each time, rather than the three-season arc of The Last Airbender. We had no idea when we began how many seasons we would have, but once we got the green light for the second batch of 26 episodes (which make up Books Three & Four) we knew we could weave in more connective tissue between the seasons, while still keeping them separate stories. The biggest thread linking them is what happens in Book Two when UnaVaatu unleashes spirit vines on Republic City. Those spirit vines play a big role in the final season! Also, we were able to see Korra’s character arc through to the end. She still has a lot of healing to do and some soul searching before her journey is finished.

    From the trailer, it looks like Book Four will pick up three years after the end of Book Three. Why the time jump, and how much can we expect to be filled in on what we've missed?
    I loved it when shows like Battlestar Galactica, 24, and Lost jumped forward in time at the end of (or between) seasons, and a dramatic time jump made sense for the story we wanted to tell in Book Four. We needed some time to pass for the political situation in the Earth Kingdom to evolve and for Korra to be out of commission for a while. Everyone’s grown up a bit and moved on with their lives and there’s enough information we weave in to explain how the characters got to where they are now. We devote a whole episode to Korra and her emotional and healing journey, beginning at the end of Book Three and following her recovery up to the start of Book Four. It’s one of our most unique episodes, storytelling-wise, and one I’m very proud of."

    Thurm, Eric. "Interview: "The Legend of Korra Book 4" Co-Creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino."Complex. 3 Oct. 2014. Web. 4 Oct. 2014.

    Read the rest of the interview at the source.

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    Fun fact: the non-Adam Levine members of Maroon 5 had few to no songwriting credits on "V", because Adam Levine is worse than Bono.

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    X-Men: Apocalypse will be the end of an era for Fox’s Marvel superhero franchise, according to screenwriter and producer Simon Kinberg, who says that the 2016 movie will finish an arc that started with 2011’s X-Men: First Class.

    “I will say that [X-Men: Apocalypse] is definitely the close of a trilogy for those First Class characters,” Kinberg told Collider, adding that it “isn’t to say we won’t see them in future movies, hopefully we will, but it’s a completion of an arc for them.”

    The conclusion of that arc will further explore the relationship between James McAvoy’s Charles Xavier and Michael Fassbender’s Erik Lensherr (A.K.A. Magneto), which Kinberg described as being “so integral to the franchise,” but that isn’t the only relationship to be advanced in the movie. “The relationship between Beast and Mystique is a really interesting one that we didn’t have a lot of time to explore in Days of Future Past,” the writer said. “We’ll have an opportunity to do more of that in Apocalypse.”

    Kinberg also confirmed earlier reports that Apocalypse will follow Days of Future Past’s lead by jumping forward a decade between movies. “We’re having a lot of fun with the idea of the ‘80s,” he said. “It’s a decade that [director Bryan Singer] and I both grew up in, and so the music, the style, the aesthetic [and] the legacy of ‘80s movies is something we’re really having fun with.”

    If this means that we might finally get to see the roller-skating greatness that is the Disco Queen Dazzler herself show up in a period-specific movie, then X-Men: Apocalypse might just have become the must-see movie of 2016. Don’t let us down, X-producers.

    more articles about the movie at source

    i'm just waiting for Queen Dazzler tbh

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