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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    HitFix have a very interesting piece up responding to those recent reports that Marvel are planning on introducing a new team of Earth's Mightiest Heroes in The Avengers 3, thereby taking the spotlight off the likes of Iron Man and Thor to instead focus perhaps on Captain Marvel and other second-tier characters. It's well worth a read and I strongly recommend heading on over to the site to check it out. However, included in the story is something very interesting about Spider-Man.

    After mentioning the tension between Marvel and Fox (which has led to comic books featuring the characters being cancelled and a stop on merhcandise featuring them), the site reveals that the opposite may be the case when it comes to Sony. Remember, Marvel hold the merchandising rights to Spider-an, so they have no reason to want his movies to fail. Of course, after the tepid critical and commercial response to The Amazing Spider-Man 2, that's exactly what is happening.

    "While I can't get the confirmations I need to verify the story, I'm hearing that there are some very cool "Spider-Man" plans being discussed that would help Sony refocus their enormously important franchise while also opening up some connections in the onscreen Marvel movie universe that would blow fandom's minds. Will it work out? I don't know. I would love to be able to state for sure that it's happening. What seems clear from what I've heard is that Marvel wants to be able to play with all of their characters, and if they can make that work creatively and on a corporate level, they will, and that means the world gets bigger again."


    Now this is very interesting. What it means and what it could lead to is unclear, but the implication is obviously that we might see Spider-Man lining up alongside The Avengers sooner rather than later. With a Sinister Six movie on the way that no one really seems to care about and The Amazing Spider-Man 3's release date changed from 2016 to "Unknown", turning to Marvel Studios for help is a smart move on Sony's part.

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    With the news last week that Joaquin Phoenix would not be taking the lead role of Doctor Strange in the Marvel movie, it leaves a big role in the studio's cinematic universe to be filled and it could include another name within Disney's upcoming movies.

    Cinema Blend speculated on Friday on who could take over the role now that Phoenix won't be involved and three names came up: Oscar Isaac, Patrick Wilson, and Mads Mikkelsen.


    Isaac, who is currently filming Star Wars: Episode VII, is a name on the rise within the franchise building business. After his turn in the Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis, he has moved on to nabbing a role in one of the most anticipated movies in a long time with Star Wars.

    While he could be tied down with the Star Wars franchise for awhile now, Cinema Blend's Sean O'Connell makes the point that Isaac could be a one and done character. He could be gone after Episode VII and would be available to take on the role of Steven Strange. He would also have an inside lead since he has worked already with Disney on Star Wars.


    Wilson is someone who has worked previously on a superhero movie, Zack Snyder's Watchmen, and has never led a franchise of his own. He also has experience with horror movies, most recently with The Conjuring, which director Scott Derrickson is coming from.


    Mikkelsen would be the more veteran choice as the actor is closer to the age of Robert Downey Jr. rather than Chris Hemsworth. But he is also the most prestigious of the group and has a relationship with Marvel (he almost played the villain in Thor 2).

    While he does have NBC's Hannibal to work on, it isn't a show that requires a lot of attention and could allow the actor to pursue a franchise with Marvel.



    Doctor Strange is expected to hit theaters in July 2017.



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    Jack White has gone to bat for gender equality, saying female musicians are often perceived as a “novelty” on stage, and struggle to get the recognition they deserve despite in many cases being more capable than their male counterparts.

    White made the comments in a new interview with guitarist Mike McCready from 90s grunge icons Pearl Jam — of all people — for American satellite radio service Sirius XM, after McCready inquired to the different dynamics between White’s all-female and all-male backing bands.

    “It’s sort of a real shame that if a woman goes on stage with an instrument – a guitar or drums or something – that it’s almost a novelty to people. Like, ‘Oh, isn’t that cute,’” White told McCready. “It’s a shame that in 2014 that it’s a little bit of what’s going on with people’s perception in the room.”

    “The ultimate shame of it,” White later adds, “is that almost girls have to try twice as hard to really prove themselves.”

    “In the end you almost get something better than any other sort of everyday, run-of-the-mill male musician … ’cause [women are] sort of put in a position that they have to.”

    White, one half of The White Stripes alongside Meg White, noted that “the fact that Meg was female” had some kind of an affect on “people’s perception of what was going on onstage” and has noticed similarly perplexing treatment towards all-female groups he’s worked with through his label Third Man Records.

    McCready and White also discuss striking a balance between professional and personal life, and White’s songwriting process, among other things. You can have a listen to White and McCready discuss sexism in music, and other topics, below. The full interview will be aired via Sirius XM on Wednesday, 8th October.

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    A stripper claims Drake's people threatened her after the singer had sex with her ... and now there's an official police investigation ... TMZ has learned.

    The Houston PD confirms to TMZ ... they've launched an investigation ... but the official document only identifies the male party as a "possible celebrity."

    We've learned the stripper -- Jhonni Blaze -- told cops she and Drake had sex one time and he believed she was going to talk publicly about it.

    Blaze says that's when Drake began "angrily" texting her. She says several people from Drake's camp then came to her house, banged on her door and threatened her life.

    Blaze went to cops but says she's not sure if she wants to follow through and press charges.


    Cops say they want to talk to the "celebrity."

    Sources close to Drake tell us the allegations are absolutely not true.

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    Clive Owen at Sky Atlantic Screening of The Knick

















    Eve Hewson films St. James Place with Tom Hanks, Amy Ryan, directed by Steven Spielberg
















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    Stanning, tbh.

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    Betsey Johnson and Tony Dovolani


    Michael Waltrip and Emma Slater


    Tommy Chong and Peta Murgaroyd





    Betsey Johnson and Tony Dovolani







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    Yes, the Carlton happened tonight!

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    This is a week you'll never forget on The Bold and The Beautiful when a moral dilemma leads to a dangerous decision!











    Monday, October 6
    Quinn (Rena Sofer) tears into Hope (Kim Matula) after hearing her plans for the future; Liam (Scott Clifton) is confronted about his intentions toward Ivy (Ashleigh Brewer).

    Tuesday, October 7
    Rick (Jacob Young) witnesses a moment between Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) and Ridge (Thorsten Kaye); Maya (Karla Mosley) finds a new ally in her mission to break up Caroline and Rick.

    Wednesday, October 8
    Katie (Heather Tom) starts to second guess where her life is headed; Rick amps up his feud with Ridge.

    Thursday, October 9
    Justin (Aaron D. Spears) offers Bill (Don Diamont) a suggestion on how to deal with his heartbreak; Rick tells Eric (John McCook) about Ridge's secret.

    Friday, October 10
    Eric makes an announcement about Forrester Creations; Bill and Katie talk about their past.



















    Monday, October 6
    Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Sharon's (Sharon Case) wedding continues; Sharon has something she needs to say to Nick; Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) is "arrested" but that doesn't stop her.

    Tuesday, October 7
    Billy (Burgess Jenkins) and Victoria's (Amelia Heinle) relationship troubles Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan); Jack (Peter Bergman) finds his world shaken now that Phyllis is back.

    Wednesday, October 8
    Dylan (Steve Burton) and Paul (Doug Davidson) butt heads over Ian's case; Phyllis begins to face reality; Joe Clark (Scott Elrod) decides to stick around.

    Thursday, October 9
    Nick asks Victoria who she wants to be her baby's father; Devon (Bryton James) sneaks off to see Hilary (Mishael Morgan).

    Friday, October 10
    Phyllis makes a decision about her future; Victor (Eric Braeden) gets the results of Faith's (Alyvia Alyn Lind) paternity test.















    Monday, October 6
    Stefano (Joseph Mascolo) turns his back on E.J. (James Scott); Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) gets Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) to intervene with Eve (Kassie DePaiva); Paige (True O'Brien) questions Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) about J.J.'s (Casey Moss) dad; Brady (Eric Martsolf) finds himself pulled back into Kristen's (Eileen Davidson) web.

    Tuesday, October 7
    John (Drake Hogestyn) makes a statement to Marlena (Deidre Hall), Brady and Kristen; Sami (Alison Sweeney) and Will (Guy Wilson) argue over his latest article; E.J. confronts Chad (Billy Flynn); J.J. pulls away from Paige, upsetting her.

    Wednesday, October 8
    John summons Theresa (Jen Lilley) to his hospital room; E.J. becomes aware of upsetting news; Will discovers Chad's anger toward E.J. during an interview; Caroline (Peggy McCay) and Sami share a moment.

    Thursday, October 9
    John makes a stunning decision; E.J. makes things clear to Clyde (James Read); Chad ties to convince Abigail (Kate Mansi) that he isn't a bad guy; news of Ben's (Robert Scott Wilson) actions upsets Jordan (Chrishell Stause).

    Friday, October 10
    Sami makes a discovery; Chad asks Jordan out; Clyde makes Ben an offer; Rafe (Galen Gering) tells Kate (Lauren Koslow) she could be making a 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.

    sources: YouTube, WeLoveSoaps

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    You can listen to the title track off Cheryl's new album, Only Human, here or here.

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    British police are reportedly concerned by the security risk posed by Queen Elizabeth II’s live-in staff inviting people from Tinder and Grindr back to the royal residences.

    A source told The Daily Mail:

    “There are real and serious security concerns at Buckingham Palace about members of staff use of dating apps such as Tinder, which can be rather sleazy.


    Former head of royal protection, Chief Superintendent Dai Davies, said that this was an issue even before Tinder and Grindr appeared:

    “Historically this has always been a problem, even when I was in charge way before the introduction of these so-called dating apps.

    If members of staff lived in certain quarters such as the Royal Mews and Kensington Palace, which have both single sex and married quarters, they were, and I presume still are, permitted to bring back unvetted guests.

    Often these guests were total strangers. It makes a complete mockery of the security structure, unfortunately.”



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    Colbie Caillat surprised a group of fans Saturday afternoon when she showed up at the Central Perk pop-up shop in New York City's SoHo district.

    Wearing jeans, a white top and brown boots, the 29-year-old singer stepped up to the microphone to deliver an unannounced performance of Phoebe Buffay's beloved song, "Smelly Cat."

    "Smelly cat, smelly cat what are they feeding you?" she sang. "Smelly cat, smelly cat it's not your fault."

    "That was COOL! Singin @ #CentralPerk," Caillat tweeted after her visit. "My favorite show ever #Friends20."



    Source, Youtube

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    What makes The Strain different from all of these horror-sequence cliches is that it seemingly takes the most terrifying elements of the genre and combines them into one 45-minute TV show.

    For too long, vampires have been depicted as little more than human being with a penchant for drinking blood. They can live among us, unnoticed, and develop relationships with people along the way.

    True Blood, The Vampire Diaries, Buffy the Vampire Slayer — the list goes on and on. Though a rogue vampire attacks every once in a while, they are, for the most part, a peaceful race.

    They’re vampires! Blood-sucking, life-ending, terrifying vampires! And The Strain reminds us of that. “The idea of sort of reimagining the vampires, going back to the roots of what vampires are — that they are scary, dangerous creatures.” co-producer Carlton Cuse told reporters.

    These vampires don’t blend in with the rest of the crowd. When they turn, they lose their hair, their heart, their personality — even their genitals. They actively hunt the people they used to love — spouses, children, parents. They’re swift, creeping out of the shadows unnoticed. And they needn’t even bite you to infect you — their bodies are riddled with worms that, if they enter a human body, will infect the host.




    The Strain: Night Eternal is an adaptation of the vampire novel trilogy by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan. The second part of this installment — which covers the final book in the series — jumps us a bit into the future to show how far the bloodsucking plague has spread and "the heavy toll this battle has taken on our heroes," says artist Mike Huddleston.

    In addition, he says that the gorgeously gross Dark Horse Comics graphic novel (on sale now) "gives an in-depth look into the ancient back story of the vampire plague, tracing its origins back from current day to Roman times all the way into prehistory. We're able to watch as the plague weaves its way through time."

    Handpicked by Del Toro himself, Huddleston has been working on The Strain's illustrated iteration for over three years at Dark Horse, but has avoided the original novels and the TV show so as not to be influenced by other takes on the tale.

    Unfortunately, all work and no spoilers has meant remaining in the dark in regards to what is coming next. "I don't know how The Strain ends! I'm reading the book as I draw it, so three years on I'm as excited as our readers for each new issue," he confesses. "Keeping myself away from the series has been more and more difficult though, I'm assuming early next year when I finish Night Eternal I'm having a The Strain binge viewing night."



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    Hilary Duff was photographed today shooting a scene for her new show 'Younger'. In this scene she was spotted kissing 'Vikings' star Thorbjorn Harr.


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    Hilary will finally be doing promo in the US for her single 'All About You'
    10/7 Good Morning America
    10/8 Live with Kelly and Michael
    10/8 Watch What Happens Live

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  • 10/06/14--22:23: Gugu and Nate Parker @ Extra


  • EXTRA host Renee Bargh (R) interviews Nate Parker (L) and Gugu Mbatha-Raw at Westfield Century City on October 6, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.












    She looks so fab. Beyond the Lights can't come soon enough.

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    Hip Hop Royalty Ja Rule and Ashanti have always proved to be “the best pair” on stage serenading music lovers across the world. And last Wednesday’s performance was not different as the American superstars kept fun seekers, in Delta State, Nigeria grooving throughout the night in the spirit of marking the nation’s 54th Independence anniversary.

    The show, “Warri Again”, organised by Brownhill Event Centre, saw a galaxy of Nigerian artistes and comedians sharing the stage with the international artistes. It was indeed, a show of class and glamour as there was no dull moment while it lasted.

    Despite the heavy downpour that almost marred the show, hordes of revellers continued swarming the event venue to catch a glimpse of the concert.
    Ace-comedian, Ali Baba and songstress, Omawumi, who anchored the show, were in their best elements, dishing out rib-cracking jokes. The show kicked off at about 10 pm, with Seyi Shay mounting the stage to thrill the quality audience with her electrifying performance.

    Thereafter, reggae-dancehall singer and songwriter, Patoranking took the floor and rendered his wave-making single “Girlie O”, But when he sang “Alubarika”, the audience took to their heels as they danced to the rhythm of the song.

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    If you’re a pop-culture aficionado, you’ve probably read and heard and seen quite a bit of Lena Dunham lately. If you’re a Girls fan, you’ve probably seen just about all of her over the HBO show’s past three seasons. And if you’re a twentysomething urban female (as I am) or a millennial scrutineer (in which guise I sometimes moonlight), you’ve probably thought about her more than you’d like to admit.

    Of course, if you were Dunham you’d admit everything. Her much anticipated book of personal essays — “Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She’s ‘Learned‘ — was published last week. The book is both successful and cathartic in its oversharing.

    A memoir by the writer/actor/director/producer seemed to promise authenticity, unmediated by a film script or a television character or the interposition of a New York Times writer (there have been many). Except a book is just another medium. Dunham declared in hers: “I’m an unreliable narrator.”

    That may be the most authentic thing about her. In the first episode of Girls, the character Dunham plays, Hannah Horvath, said: “I think that I may be the voice of my generation. Or at least a voice of a generation.”

    Dunham is not the voice of my generation, and she knows it.”I think the ‘voice of a generation’ concept was lost with beatnik literature,” Dunham said in 2013. “Because of globalization and increasing populations, my generation kind of consists of so many different voices that need so many different kinds of attention. But if my writing can show what it’s like to be young, I’m happy.”

    She’s right. Our generation has an abundance of digital outlets for individual voices; we don’t need to rest upon her singular — notably privileged, as well as ridiculously talented — one. New York Times reviewer Michiko Kakutani concluded: “Ms. Dunham doesn’t presume to be ‘the voice of my generation’ or even ‘a voice of a generation,’ as Hannah does in the show. Instead, by simply telling her own story in all its specificity and sometimes embarrassing detail, she has written a book that’s as acute and heartfelt as it is funny.”

    Rest of the article: source

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  • 10/06/14--22:25: The Originals 2x02 Promo


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    Tumblr ruined that "big" twist for me or I may have actually be surprised.

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