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    Roles and paydays for actresses are declining, but she was among the first to market with her own lifestyle extension, The Honest Co., as everyone (Blake Lively, Reese Witherspoon) takes a page from her playbook.

    In an age when roles and paydays are fewer and farther between, Alba epitomizes the move into personal brand extension. Now the mother of two daughters, Honor, 6, and Haven, 3, with whom she seems game to appear in paparazzi shots, she has marketed herself as the ultimate mother: someone with looks and taste but down-to-earth instincts — happy to be seen as a "regular" mom during the day and a glamorous red-carpet presence at night. Unlike Gwyneth Paltrow, with her 6-year-old Goop, and other stars who have put their oar into the brand-extension waters (Reese Witherspoon announced her upcoming line of Southern products, Draper James, this year), Alba isn't seen as elitist or entitled. (Her profile as an actress in such movies as the Fantastic Four and Sin City franchises arguably is lower-wattage.) She appears uncomplaining and accessible, calling out to her "tweeples" on Twitter about what she's "stoked to be a part of." Plus, her multi-ethnic background (her dad is Mexican, her mother Danish and French Canadian) gives her a reach not necessarily afforded every actress in Hollywood.

    But with any business that enters the arena of nontoxic lifestyle products (a market worth $10 billion, according to a recent report by research and consulting firm Natural Marketing Institute) — especially one with a name like The Honest Co. — comes scrutiny. There has been chatter in the media about a supposed rivalry between Alba and Paltrow, which began during a March 2013 interview promoting Alba's best-selling book The Honest Life, when she compared herself to Paltrow: "I didn't grow up with a bunch of money, so my tips are much more grounded." Paltrow then reportedly was overheard disparaging Alba as a hypocrite and in April posted an item on Goop questioning the safety of Honest Co.'s Multi-Surface Cleaner. Alba says the idea that there is friction with Paltrow is "craziness." (Honest Co. partner Christopher Gavigan, a family friend of Paltrow's, says she offered to take down the reference, but he declined. Paltrow did not respond to a request for comment.)

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    beigeness spectrum tbh

    FULL ARTICLE at source

    mods, i cut my original post and left 2 paragraphs now. hope this will do for the third time. sorry!

    this post is brought to you by henry!clark.

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    source: me and my stream

    After getting such a shitty makeover, I'm surprised Kari lasted this long.

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    Caity Lotz & Emily Bett Rickards Interview HERE.

    Source: 1|2

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    Ariana Grande is taking sexy to a whole new level! The superstar just posted gorgeous new pics from her ‘Love Me Harder’ music video shoot.

    Ariana Grande, 21, can’t stop delivering hit songs from her new album, Break Free. The singer is busy recording a dark, sexy and dramatic video for her collaboration track with The Weeknd.

    Looking good, Ari! The singer took to Twitter on Oct. 3 to share photos from her “Love Me Harder” video shoot. The song is one of our faves from her album! It’s a sensual mid-tempo track with The Weekend.

    The twit-pics Ari posted from the shoot show her wearing her new signature accessory — cat ears! The photos are dark, but we can see that Ariana’s rocking a black crop top, a curve hugging knee-length skirt and black heels.


    In one shot, Ari seductively stands back-to-back with Abel Tesfaye (his stage name is The Weeknd). In another shot, we see the duo laughing together. We can already tell this video is going to be amazing!

    Ariana has been so busy lately. She performed on Saturday Night Live last weekend AND then performed again (at 3 a.m.!) at an after party for the show. Does she ever sleep?

    MORE Ari Dent™ news at source

    do you love Ari Dent™'s signature cat ears, ontd?

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    This show will be the death of me. Also, Thack's hair needs its own credit.

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    The man with a million projects just took on one more. James Franco is coming on as a producer for Goat, a movie adaptation of Brad Land's memoir detailing the hazing he went through while pledging the same fraternity as his older brother. The "brotherhood" rituals eventually ended in another pledge's death.

    The movie will mark a reunion of sorts for Franco, who’ll once more be working with Pineapple Express director David Gordon Green. However, the Pineapple director won’t be calling the shots this time – although he was originally slated to. His original line-up for the flick even had casting underway, with Emile Hirsch attached in the lead role. After Green opted out of directing, Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter) was next in line to take on the job back in 2008.

    Will it be a comedy, or a dramedy, or a thriller? There’s a good chance it’ll contain all three, especially with the talent attached. The idea of Hirsch taking on the lead is one that’d definitely work for this kind of material, but as his name was not mentioned in this new iteration, we’ll have to wait and see. There’s of course a strong possibility that Franco himself may take the role, though that isn’t confirmed.

    source. full synopsis for brad land’s memoir..
    Reeling from a terrifying assault that has left him physically injured and psychologically shattered, nineteen-year-old Brad Land must also contend with unsympathetic local police, parents who can barely discuss “the incident” (as they call it), a brother riddled with guilt but unable to slow down enough for Brad to keep up, and the feeling that he’ll never be normal again. When Brad’s brother enrolls at Clemson University and pledges a fraternity, Brad believes he’s being left behind once and for all. Desperate to belong, he follows. What happens there—in the name of “brotherhood,” and with the supposed goal of forging a scholar and a gentleman from the raw materials of boyhood—involves torturous late-night hazing, heartbreaking estrangement from his brother, and, finally, the death of a fellow pledge. Ultimately, Brad must weigh total alienation from his newfound community against accepting a form of brutality he already knows too well.

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    Gorgeous, globe-trotting couple Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger, have just sold their Los Angeles pied-a-terre for over asking!

    In a deal that closed on September 30, 2014, Jackson and Kruger banked $1,488,000 for the 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home they were asking $1,450,000 for.

    Purchased in 2009 for 1,315,000, the barely-used mini-compound was the West Coast home base for the long-term duo, who split time between New York, Paris…and wherever else their glamorous careers take them.

    It’s no shock that Kruger, who is a fashion industry darling and a frequent face on “best dressed” lists, owned a home described as “chic.”

    Located on a prime street in the Hollywood Hills, the just-sold property is walled and gated for the utmost privacy. In the main house, an open floor plan showcases a living room with a brick fireplace, elegant formal dining room with built-in shelving, and a den/media room. Calming white walls, dark oak floors and large windows punctuate these spaces.

    The gourmet kitchen features a La Canche range, butcher block center-island, exposed wood shelving and a farmhouse sink that overlooks the garden.

    The European inspired master suite has newly-refinished poured concrete floors, a fireplace and a walk-in closet. The adjacent master bath has an extra-large shower with wishbone marble floors. French doors lead to the large terrace, with views of Hollywood. The second bedroom has a door to the terrace and an adjacent remodeled bathroom.

    Downstairs, the home has coveted guest quarters that contain its own kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and living area. A true guest oasis, it can be accessed through the main house or a separate entrance.

    DailyMail | Forbes

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    In this two part reunion special hosted by E!’s Maria Menounos, Doctors Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow reunite to look back at the nationwide success of the first season of “Botched” and welcome some of their most outrageous patients.

    Janice Dickinson, Kimber James, Alicia Jenkins, Desiree White, Carolyn Murphy (Desiree’s Mom), Glamorous Monique, Lacey Wildd, Justin Jedlica, Michelle Blackwell and Toby Sheldon, stop by to open up about their life changing experiences and unbelievable surgical transformations.

    Part one of the reunion airing Sunday, October 26 at 10:00pm will feature the self-proclaimed “world’s first supermodel” Janice Dickinson, the human doll Justin Jedlica, triple L breast model Lacey Wildd, celebrity look-a-like Toby Sheldon and transsexual superstar Kimber James.

    Part two airing Monday, October 27 at 10:00pm will showcase Michelle Blackwell who received her 7th rhinoplasty on season one, transsexual cult performer Glamorous Monique, Tijuana tummy tuck disaster Desiree White and Alicia Jenkins who was suffering from a life-ruining uniboob.

    who was your favorite Botched patient? mine was Glamours Monique!

    Read The Full Story At: tvbythenumbers

    what cosmetic procedures would y'all get? myself, after having 2 daughters naturally, i wouldn't mind a little face-lift and maybe a vaginoplasty to get things looking 'youthful' down there again.

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    E.J. Johnson has shed 50 pounds after undergoing gastric sleeve surgery. The 22-year-old son of basketball great Magic Johnson told People "[Weight] is something that I've been struggling with for pretty much all of my life" and that he had tried a variety of diets.

    "Nothing was working, and I wanted to make a more permanent decision to get back on track," he said. "[But] I wanted to wait until I was a little bit older to know how to handle myself afterwards."

    Johnson said he has cut out foods with a lot of sugar as well as alcohol, bread and anything fried. Dance and Pilates classes four to five days a week as well as watching his diet has helped him trim his 6-foot-2 frame.


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    LAIKA and Focus Features, the two companies behind the hit animated feature The Boxtrolls, will continue their partnership on LAIKA's next three projects. Focus CEO Peter Schlessel and LAIKA President and CEO Travis Knight made the announcement today.

    Focus opened The Boxtrolls nationwide last weekend to a $17.3 million gross, marking it the biggest debut yet for a LAIKA movie. The Boxtrolls follows the successful and acclaimed Focus and LAIKA animated films Coraline (2009) and ParaNorman (2012), each of which grossed over $100 million worldwide.

    Coraline earned Golden Globe, BAFTA, Critics’ Choice, and Academy Award nominations for Best Animated Feature Film; and was named one of the year’s 10 Best Films by the American Film Institute (AFI) with an AFI Award. ParaNorman was cited as best animated feature film by more critics' groups than any other 2012 animated feature; and earned BAFTA, Critics' Choice, and Academy Award nominations for Best Animated Feature Film.

    The Boxtrolls has also been released in 16 international territories to date, including the United Kingdom, where it was #1 at the box office for two weeks in a row; and Australia, where after just over two weeks it has already grossed more than either Coraline or ParaNorman did during their entire runs.

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    Ellen Page rocks a pixie cut on the set of her upcoming movie Freeheld on Thursday afternoon (October 2) in New York City.

    The 27-year-old actress was joined by her co-stars Julianne Moore and Michael Shannon to shoot some scenes.

    lesbian hero tbh


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    It's no secret that Amal Alamuddin is super stylish. But we couldn't help but notice that some of her fashionable outfits seem a little familiar.

    Upon further research, we discovered that George Clooney's wife has seemingly channeled the chic and stylish looks of Jackie O more than once! From oversized sunglasses and hats to gorgeous
    gowns, we can totally see Alamuddin following in the trends-setting footsteps of the late star.

    Pictures at the source

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  • 10/04/14--16:30: Breaking Belle Knox

  • It has barely been a year since Duke student Miriam Weeks has been exposed as porn actress Belle Knox.

    Becoming Belle Knox is a five part documentary web series of five minute snippets revealing the toll the industry has taken over the 19 year old. Here we witness the small joys she finds as Belle Knox, but Miriam's search for connection with others is just as telling.

    The content in the following videos may be sensitive for viewers. Self-harm(shown), sexual coercion and sexual assault are mentioned.

    Googled How To Be A Porn Star


    From Student to Porn Star

    How to Hustle in the Sex Industry

    Knowing When to Quit Porn

    I thought I was sick of hearing about her, but this series is well done and I think this is the most sincere glimpses we've had of Knox/Miriam and her experiences. It would be interesting to see where she goes from this in 10 years.


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    At the premiere of his highly anticipated new DirecTV series Kingdom Wednesday night, the super-sexy 22-year-old singer opened up about stripping down and getting naked for some gritty sex scenes in the show. "I did just about everything in the show but frontal," the hunky actor told E! News exclusively, adding, "So you'll see pretty much every angle of me. Yeah, it's a lot!"
    But would Jonas ever let it all hang out by doing full-frontal nudity in front of the camera?!
    "Never say never," he dished. "If the art required it and it was a role I felt really committed to and like I had to go there with it, I would do whatever it takes to tell the story."


    ONTD, which male celebrity do you want to see do a full frontal scene?

    Michael B. Jordan is my pick.

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    She has been busy hitting the recording studio at all hours of the day and night to work on her highly-anticipated eighth album, concentrating on some new material.

    The 26-year-old pop star showed off her cooking talents by knocking up a delicious seafood platter of crab and fresh oysters.

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    A pal took to Instagram to share snaps from the evening soiree, in one image she captioned: ‘My boo shucking oysters cooking us dinner. #gourmet’

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    Later adding another shot of the end result, which read: ‘Done and done "now you sea food, now you don't!!!" Quote by Rih hhahahahahahaha’

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    Last thing you cooked/ate ONTD? Food post?


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    Will overhears Denzel and Keith engaging in some homophobic nonsense. Denzel complains to Keith that he would be embarrassed to be sent home by a guy who wears heels —and whines about being perceived as gay because he’s involved in fashion.

    Will is understandably upset about the incident and finds unexpected comfort in Adam, who finally comes clean about an incident in college. Adam was found out to have done a bit of gay-bashing in his past. And while his version of events differ from what was reported, his apologies to Will (and by extrapolation the entire gay community) seems sincere. He also gives Will a back-rub.

    The argument reaches a climax at judging when Will shows up in six-inch patent leather heels. Tyra inquires about this bold sartorial decision, leading to a confrontation between Will and Denzel.

    For perhaps the first time in this show’s 21 cycle run Tyra Banks is the voice of reason: “Who gives a fuck?! I want to take you back 50 years. Imagine you overhear Will say ‘I hope that Denzel guy doesn’t win, because if a black guy wins, my friends at home are going to say I’m in some [censored].”

    Video of incident here.


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    Diana Gabaldon’s genre-bending series, “Outlander,” was a hit well before there was a TV series based on the books. The eight novels, which center on a time-traveling British nurse who falls in love with a Scottish warrior, have more than 25 million copies in print and are published in about 40 countries.

    But a TV show can turn a best-selling series into a blockbuster (just ask George R. R. Martin). When “Outlander” had its premiere on Starz in August, the first novel hit No. 1 on the best-seller list for the first time, 23 years after it was published. New readers apparently became hooked: The next three books in the series have also reappeared on best-seller lists.

    Ms. Gabaldon recently signed a multimillion-dollar book deal for the ninth novel in the series, with Ballantine Bantam Dell. Ms. Gabaldon’s literary agent, Russell Galen, said he waited more than a year to negotiate her new contract so that he could leverage the increased interest from the TV show. Mr. Galen wouldn’t disclose the exact amount of the deal, but said that the novel sold for more than $6 million — more than twice the amount Ms. Gabaldon received for Book 8, in 2010.

    For Starz, developing a show with a rabid, built-in fan base held obvious appeal, and the network courted Ms. Gabaldon’s readers from the start. Last fall at New York Comic Con, the network showed the early production stills and artists’ sketches of the characters to a focus group of 200 Outlander fans. Before the show began, Starz put the first episode up for free sampling on YouTube and other sites for a week, drawing some 1.4 million viewers. The show, which will resume in April, has drawn largely positive reviews. (Buzzfeed called it “the feminist answer to ‘Game of Thrones.’ ”)

    The first season of “Outlander” on Starz averaged five million viewers an episode, including people who watched the show on demand. Starz has ordered a second season based on “Dragonfly in Amber,” Book 2 in the series.

    Ms. Gabaldon, who works as a consultant on the show, said she never planned to write more than one book.

    “I wrote ‘Outlander’ for practice, never intending to show it to anyone, because I just wanted to learn how to write a novel,” she said. At the time, Ms. Gabaldon, who has a Ph.D. in quantitative behavioral ecology, was a researcher at Arizona State University. She decided to set the novel in the past so that she could draw on historical events.

    “I decided, if it turns out that I have no imagination, I can steal things from history,” she said. “It worked out pretty well.”


    Which Outlander Character are you?

    OUTLANDER has captured the world’s attention but if you could be transported back to 18th Century Scotland, the setting of the books and TV series, which of its fabulous characters would you be? Take our quiz to find out.

    Click above to Take the Quiz!

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    Only way to get through the hiatus.

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    The Danish singer talks about growing up punk and transitioning into pop

    Danish singer Karen Marie Ørsted isn't coy about her broad view pop. It trickles down from all of her favorite music: She's romantic about Sonic Youth, citing Thurston and Kim as the ultimate lovelorn couple, and looked to the Spice Girls as the feminist girl-squad icons of her youth. After her 2011 release of "Glass," a snarky, anthemic song laced with sex-craved nostalgia, Ørsted found herself working alongside Avicii ("Dear Boy") and Diplo ("XXX 88").

    Where does the name MØ come from?
    It means to be a female child; a pure, unspoiled little girl. I think a straight translation is kind of like "a virgin" but this is more a reference to being pure and young.

    It's not about being chaste.
    No, it's much more about a kind of innocence.

    The title of your album No Mythologies To Follow feels like it comes from a similar aesthetic idea.
    Yeah, it's obviously about being young and lost and confused and trying to find your own path in the world. It's a rejection of others' ideas. Social media and the media are telling you what to look like and how you should be and it's horrifying to be perfect. Everyone tries to be perfect and that can really mess with your brain, especially when you're young and insecure. I want to say that we have no real guiding line, we have to find our own way. Nothing can be perfect.

    Is that something that translates to your music? Are you satisfied with it when it's done?
    The thing is that the times in my life where I've tried to be perfect, I've failed miserably. So I know that perfection is not an option for me. There are some things that I'm very specific about. Small things; when it comes to being honest or conveying something honestly, I strive for perfection in that. When I am doing the vocals, I want to be able to hear what I was feeling while I was recording it later as it is playing back. A feeling can never be perfect and recreating a feeling can never be perfect. It's a moment and that's what you want to show with your music. That's where I become very focused on catching something that's perfect.

    When you say you tried to be perfect and failed in the past, what were you referring to exactly? Anything specific?
    It's like when you try to overdo something and you lose what's real about it in the process. It's like when you're so in love with a guy and you'd do anything to get him — that's when you won't get him. It's about striving to be something you're not. That's when you'll kill yourself because you lose yourself in that process.

    You've worked with other producers as well, right? How did you get involved with Diplo?
    It all started because of a tweet, actually. I did a video for a DIY magazine in the U.K. and one of the questions that they asked me was who my dream collaboration would be with. I said Major Lazer. So some guy tweeted at Diplo and said, "Please make this happen!" Diplo wrote him back and said, "I love her!" So me and my manager contacted him and we were so excited that he wanted to work on some music.

    Read the complete interview at the Source

    MØ is touring rn and she's amazing live, so if you ever have the chance go see her!!!

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    Could there be a doll power team between serial-killing Chucky and newcomer Annabelle?

    Don Mancini, who has dominated the freaky doll market for 30 years as the creator of Chucky'sChild's Play franchise, thinks so.

    "I am hoping that at some future point we have Annabelle and Chucky team up," says Mancini. "I can see that (even) in 20 years from now." There might even be a cameo for Annabelle in the seventh Child's Play film, which Mancini is writing now.

    "We would be into it, the only problem is that we are in different studios. That would probably be years worth of red tape to work it out," says Mancini. "But if it all could be worked out, then yes."

    There is even a power connection. Annabelle director John Leonetti was the director of photography for 1991's Child's Play 3.

    In the meantime, Mancini vowed to be one of the first to see Annabelle, even just to inspect her fighting style. "From the trailer, Annabelle is playing her fighting cards close to her chest," says Mancini. "From what I see, her fighting style is very subtle. I want to know if she has some secret moves."

    PLEASE Read The Full Story At: KHOU

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    October 4 - Arriving in Prague


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