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    What's wrong with you people?

    Bill Hader, top 5 dead or alive Saturday Night Live cast member, returned to host last night. But guess what, you didn't watch, you ungrateful member of the highly important 18 to 49-year-old demographic.

    Deadline reports that last night's episode tied for the show's worst ratings of all time with 18 to 49-year-olds, a record previously set only last season when Charlize Theron hosted. It scored a 3.8/9 in metered-market households and a 1.8/8 in adults 18-49 in the Local People Meters (whatever the fuck that means, it's apparently really bad).

    So what, were you too busy having a life outside your home on a Saturday night to watch? Do you even realize that you missed this?

    See video at the SOURCE

    not at all surprising. this first two episodes were horrendous, even for snl standards

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    Single and ready to mingle! The songstress took to the stage in China where her split from Nick Cannon seemed to be the furthest thing from her mind as she put every inch of her figure on display in a dangerously short dress that left little to the imagination — in fact, her crotch was hanging out the entire time!

    Mariah Carey dared to bare while performing in China on Oct. 12, where the 44-year-old rocked a sparkling, strapless corset and a teeny tiny skirt that barely covered her privates on star in Chengdu in the Sichuan Province of China. The star, who recently called it quits after six years of marriage to Nick Cannon, looked more confident than ever before as her cleavage spilled out of the top of her costume — and that’s not all! While bopping about on stage the nude crotch of her get-up was totally on display — her skirt barely covered her body!


    Although her skirt was barely there Mariah didn’t seem to have any issues when it came to flaunting so much of her figure. Luckily the star was properly covered and wearing the appropriate undergarments so this malfunction wasn’t as mortifying as it could have been. Phew!

    Sure, her revealing get-up definitely stole the spotlight, but that wasn’t the only look she showed off. The songstress had a quick outfit change and slipped into a black strapless gown for the rest of the show. While her legs were covered up in her second number, (as was her crotch!), she did flaunt her assets, (and her cleavage).


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    Keep Your Enemies Close And Your Family Closer.

    From Academy Award nominee Lee Daniels (“Lee Daniels' The Butler,” “Precious”) and Emmy Award winner Danny Strong (“Lee Daniels' The Butler,” “Game Change”), comes EMPIRE, a sexy and powerful new drama about the head of a music empire whose three sons and ex-wife all battle for his throne.

    Starring Academy Award nominees Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson


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    My prince returns in all his bloody glory :D

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  • 10/13/14--19:47: Gotham 1.05 "Viper"

  • Any possibility of getting a Gotham tag?


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    This is a week you'll never forget on The Bold and The Beautiful because there's temptation, seduction, desire, and that's just the start!

    Monday, October 13
    Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) and Eric (John McCook) butt heads over who should run Forrester Creations; Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) struggles to deal with unexpected emotions.

    Tuesday, October 14
    Aly (Ashlyn Pearce) talks to Hope (Kim Matula) about Hope's decision to stay with Wyatt (Darin Brooks); Caroline questions Ridge.

    Wednesday, October 15
    Quinn (Rena Sofer) tries to find her way back into Wyatt's life; Hope and Liam (Scott Clifton) run into each other.

    Thursday, October 16
    Liam and Ivy (Ashleigh Brewer) celebrate a new beginning; Quinn pushes Hope to give her another chance.

    Friday, October 17
    Quinn makes a sincere confession to Deacon (Sean Kanan); Caroline opens up to Ivy about her encounter with Ridge.

    Monday, October 13
    Devon (Bryton James) pushes Hilary (Mishael Morgan) to make a choice; Jack (Peter Bergman) and Kelly (Cady McClain) must make a decision about their relationship; Stitch (Sean Carrigan) issues Victoria (Amelia Heinle) an ultimatum.

    Tuesday, October 14
    Ashley (Eileen Davidson) catches her family off guard with an announcement; Billy (Burgess Jenkins) opens up to Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan); loved ones remember Delia.

    Wednesday, October 15
    Neil's (Kristoff St. John) surprise shakes Hilary; Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Avery (Jessica Collins) bond; Joe (Scott Elrod) turns to Cane (Daniel Goddard) for help.

    Thursday, October 16
    Victor (Eric Braeden) brings interesting news home; Paul (Doug Davidson) hits a snag in his plan; Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) gets a surprising phone call.

    Friday, October 17
    Michael (Christian LeBlanc) and Lauren (Tracey Bregman) get back into a groove; the search for Ian troubles Dylan (Steve Burton).

    Monday, October 13
    Stefano (Joseph Mascolo) makes a mysterious request; Chad (Billy Flynn) and Kate (Lauren Koslow) hit a snag in their scheme against E.J. (James Scott) and Stefano; Roman (Josh Taylor) delivers shocking news to Marlena (Deidre Hall); Rafe (Galen Gering) and Abe (James Reynolds) deal with a challenging case.

    Tuesday, October 14
    An unexpected delivery hits Sami (Alison Sweeney) hard; Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Kristen (Eileen Davidson) bond; Eric (Greg Vaughan) talks to Daniel (Shawn Christian) about Kristen; Abigail (Kate Mansi) deals with conflicting emotions.

    Wednesday, October 15
    Kate worries she and Sami may be in trouble; Theresa (Jen Lilley) asks Brady for a fresh start; Eric makes an unexpected admission; Jordan (Chrishell Stause) sees Chad in a vulnerable moment.

    Thursday, October 16
    Sami gets unexpected answers; Clyde (James Read) courts Kate; Ciara (Lauren Boles) reacts to the news of changes in Hope's (Kristian Alfonso) life; Aiden (Daniel Cosgrove) gets touchy about Maggie's (Suzanne Rogers) questions regarding his past.

    Friday, October 17
    Kate delivers a warning to Sami; Paige (True O'Brien) doesn't get the reaction she is expecting from J.J. (Casey Moss); Eve (Kassie DePaiva) flirts with Eric; news of Hope's new relationship shocks Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes).

    Monday, October 13
    Sam (Kelly Monaco), Tracy (Jane Eliot) and Patrick (Jason Thompson) are surprised; Elizabeth (Rebecca Herbst) makes a discovery about her mystery patient; Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) is faced with a tense reunion.

    Tuesday, October 14
    Nina (Michelle Stafford) is confronted; Tracy takes a risk; Nikolas (Tyler Christopher) and Britt (Kelly Thiebaud) come to a decision about their relationship.

    Wednesday, October 15
    Franco (Roger Howarth) makes a confession to Silas (Michael Easton); Nina threatens Rosalie (Linda Elena Tovar); Ava (Maura West) experiences some terrible discomfort.

    Thursday, October 16
    Morgan (Bryan Morgan) seeks medical help for Ava; Nathan (Ryan Paevey) receives disturbing news regarding Nina; Franco has a proposal for Michael (Chad Duell).

    Friday, October 17
    Franco continues with his plan; Sonny (Maurice Benard) plots against Franco; Nina seeks help from an unexpected source.

    sources: YouTube, WeLoveSoaps

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  • 10/13/14--20:34: Jane the Virgin season promo

  • Source

    Eh, it was cute.

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    On Monday (Oct. 13), ABC Family released its "25 Days of Christmas" TV schedule for the 2014 holiday season, and, surprisingly, it doesn't include any "Harry Potter" movies.

    This year, it seems as if the network has finally come to the conclusion that, even though "Harry Potter" reigns supreme, short Christmas scenes with snow in them do not make a movie a "holiday movie."

    The network also made other changes, including eliminating a number of non-Christmas related Pixar films -- yes, "Cars 2" is nowhere to be seen -- from the schedule, leaving room for more cheery classics. Of course, some head-scratchers, like "The Little Mermaid," still made it onto the lineup.

    Source, ABC Family

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    Damien Rice cut short his concert at Chicago's Athenaeum Theatre after six songs on Monday night (October 13), saying he had been dealing with an infection and was suffering from dizziness and an inability to hear.

    Performing alone on a stool with only his guitar, the celebrated singer-songwriter sounded sharp on his first two songs, the brand new track "I Don't Want to Change You" and "Older Chests" from his 2002 album O. Nothing seemed amiss until the third song, "Then Go," when Rice's ear began bothering him and he stopped the song to announce, "I'd really like to play a concert for you, but I can't hear a single thing."

    He said he had been dealing with an infection for a couple days and wasn't sure if he could continue. After some encouragement from the supportive crowd, he powered through "Delicate" and "Volcano." For someone who couldn't hear, Rice sounded great, and his voice was strong, but his pained expressions indicated that he was not feeling well. During the new song "The Greatest Bastard" he said he was too dizzy to continue, then apologized and walked off.

    Athenaeum Theatre staff told ticketholders to watch their email and the theatre's website over the next 48 hours for an update from Jam Productions on how the abbreviated show would be handled. Refunds and/or rescheduling are a possibility, though Rice heads to Europe starting on October 23.

    There was no immediate word on whether Rice's upcoming shows, including one Tuesday in Toronto and three in New York City starting on Thursday, would be affected. The concert was part of a brief North American tour in support of Rice's first studio album in eight years, My Favourite Faded Fantasy, which hits U.S. retailers in November.

    Fans have eagerly been looking forward to the return of the Irish singer, who rose to fame in 2002 with the brilliant album O, which won the Shortlist Music Prize and remains one of the finest records of this millennium. After 2006's 9, Rice retreated from the public eye, performing occasional concerts and contributing a few songs to compilations.


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    Kaitlyn Dever
    When it comes to acting, Dever welcomes every new role and challenge with unabashed enthusiasm. The 17-year-old remembers being “super excited” when she landed her first movie role in “An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong,” after working in commercials. “I had never done a movie, and that was what I really wanted to do,” she says.
    And the thrill hasn't waned. Dever appears in the upcoming films “Laggies” and “Men, Women & Children” in addition to her gig on the ABC comedy “Last Man Standing.” Scheduling was a bit of a scramble, but more than worth it.. “Once I started doing it I didn't want to stop,” she gushes.
    “I've never learned so much in my life,” she says of working on Jason Reitman's “Men, Women & Children,” and adds that her role in “Laggies,” challenged her in new ways. “It brought out another side of me.”
    Dever previously made her mark in “Short Term 12” where she played Jayden, a troubled teen with a history of self-harm and abuse. “I wanted to make her very specific. It's so dramatic and so dark and I'm the opposite of dark. I'm always a happy person,” she adds with a laugh, “so it took a lot out of me to be dark and angry.”

    Zoe Kravitz
    Show business is a family affair for Kravitz, with an Emmy-nominated actress mother in Lisa Bonet, an actor-musician father in Lenny Kravitz and a groundbreaking actress grandmother in Roxie Roker. In a family so steeped in the entertainment industry, Kravitz knew from a young age that she wanted to act.
    “(Growing up) I was just around theatrical people a lot, and I used to put on shows for my grandparents when I was 5 or 6,” she says. “When people starting asking me about what I wanted to do to make a living, or go to college … I didn't know how to do anything else. It was the only choice for me.”
    She landed her debut role while still in high school, in the 2007 Catherine Zeta-Jones romantic comedy “No Reservations.” After a year studying in the acting conservatory at SUNY Purchase, she dropped out to pursue acting full time.
    After a string of successful independent films, Kravitz made the giant leap to “X-Men: First Class” in 2011 followed by “After Earth” in 2013 and “Divergent” in 2014 with its sequel “Insurgent” coming in 2015.
    She hasn't abandoned smaller films, though, appearing in independent dramas including “The Road Within” and “Good Kill” this year. Next year, in addition to the “Divergent” sequel, fans can see her in George Miller's “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
    For Kravitz, every role is both a welcome surprise and an opportunity to do something new.
    “You just adapt to the situations you're put in. Every time I get a big budget film I'm in shock. I definitely thought I was a better fit for independent films and theater, and it's all the same thing. Everything I do, even if it's an outlandish situation, I just want to try to make it as human and honest as possible.”

    Tye Sheridan
    Just a month shy of his 18th birthday, Sheridan, who made his film debut in the 2011 drama “The Tree of Life” opposite Brad Pitt and Sean Penn, has continued to branch out. Featuring mainly in dramas about family relationships, Sheridan is taking on a host of diverse roles in at least seven films this coming year.
    In 2012 he held his own sharing the screen with Matthew McConaughey in “Mud,” then joined Nicolas Cage earlier this year in “Joe.”
    Though young, the actor says he uses his past experiences to humanize his characters. “I don't have as much life experience, but I've always made it a point to try to find a place in my life where I was going through or feeling the same things as the characters I was playing.”
    This past summer Sheridan flipped the script and joined the cast of Paramount's “Scouts vs. Zombies.” He considered the role an opportunity to grow and expand on the experience he continually seeks. “Mainly I do work that inspires me, based off of interesting relationships or real-life drama. But this I would say is a different step for me in as far as it being a zombie apocalypse movie.”
    He can be seen in the mystery “Dark Places” with Charlize Theron. The Texas native will also appear with Benedict Cumberbatch in the war drama “The Yellow Birds,” and alongside Ewan McGregor in the spiritual “Last Days in the Desert.”
    With his busy filming schedule, Sheridan says he might spend his 18th birthday on the road, but looks forward to the next step it brings in his acting career. “I'm just really excited to rent a hotel room. Because, you know, you travel around so much and sometimes it's so inconvenient not to legally be able to do that.”

    Jenny Slate
    Slate's experience in comedy prepped her perfectly for her role in indie film “Obvious Child.” Balancing humor and honesty, she gave a breakout performance as a feminist comedian who finds herself pregnant after a one-night stand.
    The role was written for the “SNL” alum. It was originally made as a short film in 2009, which was the same year she landed her first TV gig on HBO's “Bored to Death.” Slate says despite the recent lack of complex female characters in films, she will keep pursuing those roles and forge relationships between viewers and her on-screen characters.
    “What I value the most is that connection with other people and the moment when you can make somebody's face break into a smile is very powerful,” Slate says.
    Slate credits “SCTV” legend John Candy and comediennes Carol Burnett and Madeline Kahn for inspiring her film aspirations. “I love doing comedy, it's in my nature to make people laugh. But there are also so many other parts of myself and places I can go emotionally.”
    The busy Slate can currently be seen on three TV shows: “Parks and Recreation,” “House of Lies” and “Married.” Her other acting credits include “The Lorax,” “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked” and “This Means War.”
    She also appeared in “The Longest Week” starring Jason Bateman, which was released on Sept. 5
    Slate says she will strive to keep her roles authentic. But for her it's all about timing. “This movie came at just the right time. I waited long enough to be in a movie — since I was 5 years old — and it happened at a time that I have a really good development of self.”

    Miles Teller
    Though he's been on the rise for some time in the film world, Teller didn't start out intending to be a movie star. “I wanted to be a sportscaster. I thought I was going to do a Bob Costas,” he says. But after taking part in his first high school play, “Footloose,” he was hooked.
    Fortuitously, he landed a part in 2011's “Footloose,” where he played the same character that got him into acting. Since playing the lead in “The Spectacular Now” in 2013, Teller has been on a busy run of movie gigs including “That Awkward Moment” and the “Divergent” franchise. Now he's earning raves for “Whiplash,” where he plays a struggling young jazz drummer.
    The 27-year-old actor says his favorite part of being in films is going to festivals, and he made his second Sundance appearance earlier this year with “Whiplash,” which won two top awards.
    “I think you have to have both,” he says of the opportunities available in both studio films and independent pics. “For me, I'm lucky to be in a place where I can pick a project. I like the big studio films; it's always good for your work to be seen.”
    Though he's not yet used to being recognized, and despite the popularity of his larger pics, he says he still gets remarks from fans about early work. “People still come up to me and say I love you in 'Rabbit Hole'. That film is really special to me. It was my first one.”
    Teller has also been cast in “Bleed for This,” a biopic on boxer Vinny Pazienza, and can next be seen reprising his “Divergent” role as Peter in “Insurgent,” and as Mr. Fantastic in the upcoming “Fantastic Four” reboot. He's also set to reteam with “Whiplash” director Damien Chazelle in the musical “La La Land.”


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    New reports are popping up about the future of the Marvel universe, following the bombshell this evening that Robert Downey Jr. is set to appear as Iron Man in the upcoming Captain America 3, which may be based on the Civil War comic event. Indeed, a report by Cinema Blend indicates that Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of Captain America 2 and 3, may take over from Joss Whedon as the directors of The Avengers following next year's Avengers: Age of Ultron. The report, which originally came from Badass Digest, notes that "if Marvel Studios gets its way, then they may be planning on bringing back the Russos for not only The Avengers 3 but also the inevitable Avengers 4. The report says that nothing is actually official yet, and that negotiations are on-going, but it's added that Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige wants to lock them down for the future and have them be the successors to Joss Whedon."

    Marvel expressed a lot of faith in the Russo brothers even before Captain America 2 was released, signing them on for Captain America 3 a full three months before that movie hit the theaters. Additionally, new reports indicate Captain America 3 will tie heavily into the future of the MCU, including upcoming Avengers movies, making the Russos a good fit for this potential new role.

    more at the source

    They were great with Cap 2, so this sounds good to me.

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    Ever wanted to add Pusheen to a comment on Facebook? Now you can.

    Facebook is rolling out support to add stickers (a popular messaging feature) to comments on personal posts, as well as posts in groups and events. It does not appear that stickers can be posted on a page’s post. This works on both desktop and mobile.

    To do this, go to a post from a friend, a post in a group or a post in an event. Look for the smiley face to the right of the camera icon in the comment box, then decide which sticker best fits what you want to say. Just like in messages, you can’t have text accompanying the sticker.

    Facebook software engineer Bob Baldwin announced this in a post:

    Stickers have been a delightful way to communicate in messages, and I’m happy to announce we’re bringing them to comments across Facebook. Just tap the smiley face icon in the bottom-right of any comment field to pick a sticker to send. It’ll be available to all posts from people, in groups, and on events now. I think stickers will allow people to reply to a variety of posts in a more fun way than words alone. You can now easily show your excitement for a post with good news, cheer up a friend who’s feeling down, and express a variety of more nuanced reactions.

    Party post?

    What is your favorite sticker set, ONTD?


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    They have just been cast opposite one another playing lovers in a new action drama.
    So perhaps their day out at Disneyland, California on Sunday was just a bonding exercise.
    But Shia LaBeouf and Kate Mara certainly had the crowds fooled, as they walked around arm-in-arm and canoodled with each other like a new couple in love.

    Shia, 28, is still known to be dating actress Mia Goth, 21, while Kate, 31, recently split from her actor boyfriend Max Minghella, 29, after four years of dating. Just recently, Shia and Kate were cast together as parents to a young boy in the post-apocalyptic film Man Down. Both actors were joined by a small child on their trip to Disneyland

    Read the full article with more pictures @ THE DAILYMAIL

    If you recall ONTD, it was alleged that Shia's ex was pissed off because of his method acting ways with his costars


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    “Orange Is The New Black” creator Jenji Kohan is NOT a fan of Amazon’s new series “Transparent.”

    The “OITNB” creator slammed the critically acclaimed show’s “trans-affirmative action” policy in at the New Yorker Festival panel on LGBTQ TV, writes Vulture. "Transparent" follows the follows a transgender woman's transition, while "Orange Is The New Black" features a transgender character played by transgender actress Laverne Cox.

    “Transparent” creator Jill Soloway said that it’s important for her to have a trans woman writer on Season 2, and since she hasn’t been able to find one, she’ll train one herself from a pool of trans women short story writers.

    “We’re actually going to be helping make trans women TV writers by teaching them how to write,” Soloway said.

    Kohan responded, “I think great writers should write great shows, and I have trouble with, like, what you are in life shouldn’t automatically make you what you do in your art. It doesn’t necessarily translate.

    Soloway responded, “No matter what we did, we were always going to be otherizing Maura in some way. And in the same way where I wouldn’t want a man to say, ‘I can have a writers’ room full of men and we can write women just fine.’ I can’t say that I can create a show about a trans woman and not have a trans woman writing for me. It’s absolutely necessary, and it’s gonna change the show.”

    I don't think Jenji Kohan is coming off well here at all. Looks like some 'great writers can write about all characters bullshit'. I wonder how many of OITNB's writers are black, other WOC, trans etc. Glad Soloway is trying to create a diverse workplace


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    tagged it this time, sorry mods

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    International online journalistic organization WikiLeaks, best known for publishing classified media from anonymous sources, is looking to get into the fashion game.

    Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange is planning to launch a line of WikiLeaks branded merchandise in India in conjunction with local company Franchisee India. In a statement given to The Times of India, Icelandic WikiLeaks representative Olafur Vignir Sigurvinsson explained, “India is one of the countries where awareness about WikiLeaks is the highest and Julian is excited about the proposition. High-end fashion apparel, accessories, household goods, paper goods, that kind of stuff.”

    While WikiLeaks currently sells branded t-shirts online, this partnership will allow these goods to be sold in physical stores as well. With this move, Assange is hoping to replicate the success of Argentinian Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara’s brand (wtf). Products which are adorned with the image of the iconic revolutionary enjoy huge success worldwide, and Sigurvinsson hopes that the monetization of the WikiLeaks brand can help pay operational expenses for the group which currently relies primarily on donations.

    Fashion post then.

    What was the last thing you bought ONTD?

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