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    Who's ready for an out-of-this-world movie experience?

    Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain sure are as they tease fans about their upcoming project, Interstellar.
    Gracing the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly, the talented A-listers explain how director Christopher Nolan took on such an ambitious project.

    "Nobody is able to put more scope, scale, awe on screen than Chris," McConaughey said to the publication. "But I think he was wanting to take the next step, toward something more intimate. It was an evolution."

    In fact, those wondering if mind-alerting substances are required for this trip to outer space shouldn't worry one bit! As Hathaway promised, "Isn't it nice to have a movie that is about all things the movie is about and not feel druggy?"

    It's a mindset Nolan has maintained during the entire movie process.

    "This is the first film I have made where the actual experience of the film is paramount to the audience," Nolan explained. "You would think that's the case with Batman movies but it's not; they're more dependent on the reaction of characters on screen. Interstellar is different. It harkens back to the direct experience films of 2001, where you're not just experiencing it through the characters, you are lost in it."

    And while the film may appear to be all about the galaxy, Chastain assures us that there's even more fans can expect.

    "As much as the film is about outer space and like the most incredible action, adventure, epic, epic film, it's so much about love," she exclusively told E! News. "Trust me, there's no way to over hype this film."

    Interstellar hits theatres nationwide Nov. 7 and pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly available Friday.

    Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain star in Interstellar, but how much do they really know about space?
    In the movie, opening November 7, McConaughey plays an astronaut and father grappling with the conflict of having to leave his children behind in the name of a larger cause: the survival of mankind.
    While the movie deals with serious issues, the cast's interview with Entertainment Weekly took on a much lighter tone. Watch the video to watch the cast ponder questions like, "Can astronauts burp in space?" and "Do astronauts grow taller in space?"

    With the release date of Interstellar fast approaching, three new TV spots for Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic have arrived online, offering up plenty of new footage for the film. They’ll be running on the TV over the weekend, but if you can’t wait that long, then you can watch them right here…

    Interstellar chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.
    Interstellar stars Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club), Anne Hathaway (The Dark Knight Rises), Jessica Chastain (The Help), Michael Caine (Inception), Mackenzie Foy (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn), Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games), Casey Affleck (Ain’t Them Bodies Saints), Topher Grace (Spider-Man 3), John Lithgow (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Bill Irwin (Lady in the Water), David Gyasi (Cloud Atlas), Ellen Burstyn (Requiem for a Dream), David Oyelowo (The Butler) and Matt Damon (Elysium). The film is set for release on November 7th.

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    Chapter 3: "Edward Mordrake, Part 1" - The Freaks refuse to perform on Halloween due to an old carny superstition. Jimmy is smitten by a woman claiming to be a fortuneteller. Ethel receives life-changing news.


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    Click To Stream Her EP on MTV's Site

    All five of the tracks on Jacquie Lee's EP, Broken Ones, are now available on MTV's site for streaming. She sort of has an Avril-ish quality to her voice. What does ONTD think about her music/sound?

    Jacquie Lee is busting out on her own. And, equipped with powerful vocals and the smarts of an industry vet, she’s finding no problem doing so.

    After finishing “The Voice” as a runner-up, the 17-year-old singer signed with Atlantic Records/300 Entertainment, and it wasn’t long before Lee gushed her heart into Broken Ones, her EP that’s streaming right now on MTV before its release on October 21.

    “I would describe it as real, raw music,” Jacquie told MTV News when we asked her for the scoop on her EP. “It’s very honest, in my opinion. It’s totally real ‘cause that’s my biggest concern. I wanted people to listen to real music and real lyrics so that they could relate to it. Everything came from the heart.”
    Broken Ones begins with the title track, a strong ballad about accepting human flaws. “Tears Fall” follows, and it’s equally as honest, allowing people to know it’s OK to feel pain. After all, that’s how you get through life’s hiccups, like breakups.

    “It’s a part of life,” a wizened Jacquie told us matter-of-factly.

    There’s a reason for the clarity in her music. After listening to a lot of Adele and Sam Smith (she loves Radiohead too), she realized the music she relates to most is the stuff she can sing along to and actually mean what she says.
    “Music has the power to move people and do things, but in order for that to happen, it needs to be honest,” Jacquie said. “Otherwise, you’re going to be fake, and people can detect that.”

    The most unexpected part of the EP comes at the end, with her cover of Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.” She’s able to take one of pop’s biggest party songs and turn it into a meaningful ballad.

    “Oh my god! Every one of my friends … they all wanted to the know the cover, and I was like, ‘Nope, you’re never gonna guess it,’” she laughed. “Nobody ever guessed, and they looked the songs on my EP and they’re like ‘”Girls Just Wanna Have Fun?” How did you even come up with that?’ They’re like ‘How can you do it any differently than it already is? I don’t understand.’”

    Once you hear it, you’ll understand.

    “I want my fans to get comfort out of my music ‘cause when I listen to music, it usually speaks for me when I have so much to say, but nothing comes out,” she said. “I want my music to be that for them.”

    Jacquie, who already started writing an album for next year, also loves old-school music like Aretha Franklin and the Beatles, so it’s only appropriate that she made a Spotify playlist for us. The first track? The Rolling Stones, of course.

    Jacquie will perform on NBC’s “Today” show on October 21 (that’s release day, if you already forgot), and if we’re lucky enough, maybe she’ll stop by MTV’s offices too *wink*.

    Broken Ones is available for pre-order now on iTunes and Google Play with two instant free downloads of “Broken Ones” and “Tears Fall.”


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    -Backstage tricks and superstitions they have (Rupert doesn't retie his tie knot), Micah and Nathan go over their lines quickly
    -Rupert drops his pants, nice thighs imo
    -Different highlights than the video from above, and desc of characters (so kinda spoiler-y if you plan on seeing it)
    -Lots of shots at irl people (they showed a few, and Micah's character, Gus is a nice starstruck coat check boy)

    In It's Only A Play, it's opening night of Peter Austin's (Matthew Broderick) new play as he anxiously awaits to see if his show is a hit. With his career on the line, he shares his big First Night with his best friend, a television star (Nathan Lane), his fledgling producer (Megan Mullally), his erratic leading lady (Stockard Channing), his wunderkind director (Rupert Grint), an infamous drama critic (F. Murray Abraham), and a fresh-off-the-bus coat check attendant (Micah Stock) on his first night in Manhattan. It's alternately raucous, ridiculous and tender - and proves that sometimes the biggest laughs happen offstage.

    i saw this play Sat night and tbh, it's really funny and I do recommend! Micah's character reminds me of 90% of ONTD members imo. Met Rupert & Megan after, who were both super sweet, but Rupert wasn't extremely talkative (he didn't talk at all iirc).

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    Sorry fellas, but it looks like Demi Lovato is off the market.

    A 5-year-old fan proposed to the pop star, 22, on stage at a concert in Illinois over the weekend. She said yes, and after watching the extremely cute video below, wouldn't you?

    The parents of Grant, Lovato's young, well-dressed "fiance," took him to the concert to celebrate his birthday since she is his favorite singer, as they explainedon YouTube.

    The family held up a sign that read, "Demi I have a ring for you," according to CNN. Intrigued, Lovato invited him onstage.

    Grant sealed the deal by getting down on one knee, offering the ring and planting a kiss on the singer's cheek.

    Cue the obligatory "awwww!"

    The 22-year-old pop star seems pretty excited about the news. She posted a photo on Instagram declaring, "I'M ENGAGED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    she also put the phot on ig but for some reason i can't embed it but if you want to see it click on the link

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    In reaction to Taylor's new biographical song, Harry's friend and British singer Olly Murs was asked about her new song in a new interview,
    and his response, sweetly of course, was basically that Taylor should write something "new" and stop talking about Harry, watch the 1 min clip below!


    What do you think ONTD, should taylor just get over it?

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    Global pop superstars One Direction broke more records this weekend with the screening of their Where We Are Tour in cinemas across 78 countries in an unprecedented 3,400 screens worldwide.

    Arts Alliance, the country’s leading producer of Event Cinema, worked with Sony Music, Syco, Modest! and producing partners Fulwell to bring One Direction – Where We Are – The Concert Film to the big screen and unite the world’s biggest band with the biggest ever Event Cinema audience across one weekend.

    Over the weekend the film trended as the number one global topic on Twitter and early indications are that 1.2 million tickets will have been sold worldwide, making it the highest attended Event Cinema release of all time. This puts the film on course to smash previous Event Cinema records with an estimated $15m global weekend Box Office.

    With an international per screen average of $4,500, results around the world have shown the true pulling power of One Direction. North America Box Office will have generated an estimated $3.4m for the bank holiday weekend becoming one of the most successful Event Cinema releases across the region. UK & Ireland Box Office is estimated to hit $1.9m doubling previous Event Cinema records in Ireland & beating all previous UK concert genre Event Cinema releases.

    Records continued across other European territories. In Italy, the film is the number one Event Cinema release of all time, with $1.7m Box Office and 120,000 fans packing cinemas to a per-screen average of $6,000, topping the overall movie film charts that weekend. Portugal sold out cinemas in less than 3 hours with 33 screens generating over 16,000 ticket sales and a per-screen average over $6,200.

    Elsewhere, combined Latin America sales are expected to hit 300,000 tickets, breaking previous Event Cinema records in the region. Across the Middle East and Asia, records have also fallen with Japan breaking all time concert Event Cinema grosses with $835,000 Box Office across 107 sites and a spectacular per screen average of $7,800.

    Filmed live at Milan’s iconic San Siro stadium on the Italian leg of their record-breaking 2014 tour, the film invited One Direction fans to experience the concert first-hand, featuring all of their biggest hits plus a 22 minute never-before-seen backstage interview. The film will be coming to DVD from 28th November 2014.

    Mark Foster, CEO of Arts Alliance said “I'm delighted that Arts Alliance were able to capture the energy and draw of One Direction and use our unparalleled partnerships across the globe to bring their spectacular concert to audiences across the world. Whether it be the biggest names in rock & pop, a Shakespeare classic, an opulent ballet or opera or an exclusive look into the latest art exhibition, these extraordinary events unite millions of people worldwide to share an experience together, this is what Event Cinema is all about and why I'm so passionate about it.”

    Since forming on the UK X Factor in 2010, One Direction have gone on to become a global phenomenon, achieving unprecedented worldwide success and this exclusive celebration has allowed fans worldwide to join the band on stage during their biggest ever tour.

    Heath Tyldesley, Project Lead at Arts Alliance said “It’s been a privilege working with the teams at Sony Music, Syco and Modest! to create a watershed moment for Event Cinema and reward an incredible fan-base with a simultaneous global experience showing the true power of the big screen to unite audiences around the world.”

    Caspar Nadaud, Director of Distribution at Arts Alliance, said "We are proud of the support and enthusiasm of our cinema partners worldwide to deliver such a far reaching footprint across 78 countries to realize an incredible $15m Event Cinema global Box Office”.


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    Jimmy and Brad Pitt have a "breakdance conversation" from the basement of 30 Rock in New York City.


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    Saw is making its return to theaters for one week only beginning October 31st. The occasion? Believe it or not, it’s the 10th anniversary. And today, following a press conference for the film, I sat down with producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules to reflect on the series. Inevitably, the discussion led to the “future of Saw.” Since the seventh and “final” chapter, buzz of an eighth film has been omnipresent in the Internet press, however, the producers have never commented on it. Would it be a sequel? A reboot? Both a sequel and a reboot with someone else carrying on Jigsaw’s legacy? None of that has been decided, but both Burg and Koules believe the time is right to get the ball rolling on another film and it sounds like series creators James Wan and Leigh Whannell might be along for the ride.

    “James and Leigh…when Saw came out they were so afraid of being ‘the Saw guys’,” Koules told Shock Till You Drop, “and they were trying to make their own mark. Now that they’ve made their own mark, they’re very comfortable to come back. We’re getting there. James and Leigh are absolutely going to put their mark on it.”

    “Who knows?” Burg said, adding with a tinge of hope, “We’re getting closer.”

    “It’s one of the reasons we agreed to do this again,” Koules continued, referring to the first Saw‘s return to theaters. “We kind of wanted to build it up. Our goal is to go to Comic-Con, not next summer but the summer after [2016] with our heads up saying, ‘Here we go.’ James and Leigh are comfortable with the success they’ve had. And it’s time. James is in post on his movie. Leigh’s on post on [Insidious Chapter 3]. Everyone has time and it’s time.”


    Are you ready for more Jigsaw?

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    Although The Wolf of Wall Street's Margot Robbie was said to be up for the role earlier this year, Deadline is now reporting that Lucy and Marvel's The Avengers's Scarlett Johansson has been offered the leading role in DreamWorks' live-action adaptation of the popular manga Ghost in the Shell. Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders will helm the feature from a script by William Wheeler, based on the series by Masamune Shirow.

    Produced by Avi Arad, Ari Arad and Steven Paul and with the backing of Steven Spielberg, the rights to Shirow's original 1989 complex futuristic thriller, about the members of a covert ops unit that takes on technology-related crime, were picked up several years ago with plans to use the latest 3D technology to film it. In Japan, the huge success of the comics led to a number of anime film adaptations, a TV series and a series of video games with DreamWorks releasing the second anime film in North America.

    It remains to be seen whether or not Johansson will take the part, although Robbie is now said to be out of the running altogether, instead targeting a role in director David Ayer's upcoming DC Comics adaptation, Suicide Squad.

    Johansson, who also starred this year in Under the Skin and Captain America: The Winter Soldier will soon be reprising her Marvel Cinematic Universe role in next summer's Avengers: Age of Ultron.


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    This season is actually pretty damn good, I am surprised.


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    Just as fans were finished pitting DC's 'Batman v Superman' movie against Marvel's 'Captain America 3,' after the former switched release dates that had previously been scheduled for the same day, news this week that Robert Downey Jr. will be joining the latter flick has reignited showdown talk between the two films. Indeed, Forbes indicates that the impact of the addition of RDJ's Iron Man will likely be quite significant for the potential box office performance of 'Captain America 3.'"We now have a very real scenario where Captain America 3 might actually out-gross Batman v Superman domestically and worldwide," the publication states. "Marvel has shelled out the money (at least $40m but back-end treats to get Downey Jr. back) for arguably the one 'versus' that could in-fact trump the Man of Steel and the Caped Crusader." Due to the growing popularity of Chris Evans' Captain America coupled with the addition of RDJ's Iron Man as an antagonist, the publication suggests that the third Captain America film has now turned into a major "event" film and has the potential to match the $1.2 billion earned by Iron Man 3 in 2013.

    A major reason Forbes highlights as giving Marvel the edge is that RDJ's Iron Man and Evans' Captain America are both well-known to audiences by now, with each playing their roles for more than five years by the time Cap 3 is released. Meanwhile, 'Batman v Superman' will feature a brand new and untested Batman partnered with a Superman that audiences were generally lukewarm about the first time around. "Yes Batman and Superman are, barring variables, arguably bigger characters than Iron Man and Captain America. But in terms of cinematic relevance and pre-affirmed audience interest (both notable variables), it is a much closer contest," the article states. However, Forbes added that it's still too early to tell which movie will gross more when they're released a few months apart in 2016, since a lot of variables could change the outcome. Indeed, it suggests that DC/WB will likely be more concerned about getting fans excited about its universe than grossing more money than Marvel in this specific instance, while noting that the move by Marvel shows the value of its patient approach to world-building.

    more at the source: Forbes

    What movie do you think will be bigger?
    I mean, either way, it's going to end up looking a lot like this...

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    Also stars Harvey Keitel and Toby Jones.

    Nick, a young Boston Italian, trying to find purpose in the ideology of the mafia and finding his world turned upside down. Out on VOD and select theatres Dec. 5.

    Who misses Bin Bons? We could always use more Bin Bons, imo.


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    Bob the Builder’s new digital make-over has resulted in a storm of online controversy, with appalled fans of the hard-hatted handyman taking to twitter to vent their anger.

    Bob’s creator Curtis Jobling has also chimed in, declaring "my original designs captured children all over the world," and "if it's not broke, don't fix it."

    Fans tweeted: ‘looks like he drinks Carling and votes Ukip,' and ‘he doesn’t look old enough to hold any kind of qualification”, whilst another remarked, ‘Can we fix it? NO. No we can’t’ and ‘HE DOESN'T EVEN LOOK LIKE BOB’.

    Bob’s fresh new look comes in the wake of the shows’ newly commissioned TV series, set to start next year.

    Fans were left feeling discombobulated after news emerged that not only was the much-loved bob in for a makeover, but that the whole show was in a complete overhaul.

    Bob the Builder first appeared in 1998 and originally used stop-motion animation; however producers are keen to bring the cartoon up to date with the digital era, announcing that the series will be computer-generated from now on.

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    I have been laughing at the tweets ALL day.

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    American Horror Story has pretty much covered it all when it comes to broadcasting things that get people scared. Whether it's ghosts, or witches, or even clowns, the show has touched on some of the spookiest things that go bump in the night. However, creator Ryan Murphy might want to ask some of his cast members what their biggest fears were as a child should he run out of ideas for season five. E! News's Kristin Dos Santos spoke with some of the cast at the American Horror Story: Freak Show premiere, including Michael Chiklis, Wes Bentley and Gabourey Sidibe to find out what really use to make them spooked.

    Michael Chiklis might play the strongman on this season of AHS, but he says that when it came to watching the second season of Horror Story, he couldn't do it. "I couldn't watch Asylum, because madness terrifies me. Clowns are an issue as well, especially clowns with knives," the star says, joking about the villain of this season.

    Bentley's fear might have been a little more childlike, but how he coped with it could possibly be something straight out of the FX series. "When I was a kid I sort of would create things out of the darkness like we always did in the room, the shadows," he explained, adding "I was more paranoid about what could break into the house, I used to be walk around the house with a fire poker."

    However, we think that Gabourey Sidibe's fear might just be our favorite. "This is really, really ridiculous," the star prefaced. "I used to be afraid of certain songs. I know that's so nutty. I used to be afraid of the song 'Killing Me Softly,' the Roberta Flack song I know that that's weird." She also explains that she was scared of "Fur Elise," as well as the Inspector Gadget theme song, explaining "my whole body goes cold I hate it," when listening to them.


    What's your biggest fear, ONTD? Time for a creepy post perhaps?

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    Clive Owen on his ‘The Knick’ character: ‘He does some dreadful things’
    Full interview here.

    In the Season One finale of “The Knick,” airing Friday night on Cinemax, Thackery’s addiction has finally caught up with him.

    As we’ve seen in previous episodes, cocaine supplies at hospitals are low due to a war in the Phillippines, causing a desperate Thackery to try to (unsuccessfully) distill the cocaine in Coca-Cola to get his fix.

    As matters deteriorated, and his withdrawal symptoms increased, he broke into a pharmacy in the middle of the night — and eventually had to excuse himself from the surgical theater in the middle of an operation.

    Owen, 50, was in his glory throwing himself into these scenes. “To be honest with you, it was enjoyable to see how far we could push it rather than shy away from it,” he says. “Thackery does some dreadful things by the end of the season.”

    One of his most heinous acts is his active corruption of the young nurse, Lucy Elkins (Eve Hewson), who is in love with him.

    After a couple of tumbles in bed, which include the use of cocaine as an aphrodisiac, she’s lying to get into other hospitals to steal drugs for Thackery.

    “I don’t think he’s thinking about her,” Owen says. “She’s a complete mess.”

    Owen listens to a list of Thackery’s sins — which include visits to a Chinatown opium den — with a throaty, sinister laugh, knowing that the series, which is produced and directed by Steven Soderbergh, has struck a nerve with viewers.

    “I wasn’t particularly looking to do a 10-hour television series, but I’d never read a leading character like that,” he says. “And I thought it would be a real challenge to navigate your way through a series like this. It was a very original take and this period in the world of medicine was a crucial time.”


    Owen, who lives in London with his wife and two daughters, has read the first five scripts of Season 2, scheduled to go into production next year.

    “We’re already working towards Thackery’s recovery,” he says.

    And what about Thackery’s future with Nurse Lucy?

    “You’ll have to wait,” he says.

    Aching for more of The Knick?

    The series’ vinyl soundtrack becomes available Dec. 23, featuring original artwork by Kilian Eng and previously unreleased material.

    Mods: That tumblr is the show's official tumblr.

    Want, tbh. Also, consider this a pre-finale post: speculations/predictions for tomorrow night's ep?

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    “The Key” – Olivia and the team continue to investigate Catherine’s case, but Olivia is distracted when Jake stops returning her calls. Meanwhile, Cyrus falls deeper into the rabbit hole with Michael, David realizes what it’s like to finally be a winner in DC and Fitz seeks answers to Jerry’s death on “Scandal.”

    Promo | Synopsis

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    I don't even care about the tag on all of these pictures, this is the best that Jessica has looked in awhile, both looks are perfection to me. It's nice to see that Elizabeth has finally pulled it together for the Interstellar press tour, I hope she keeps it up.
    Jessica's episode of David Letterman airs tomorrow night!

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    Charlamagne shares his thoughts on Rah Digga's comments about Iggy Azalea not being "real Hip-Hop," and questions what the statement actually means. The famed radio host says that Northern Hip-Hop fans only think things from their area is real Hip-Hop, but Charlamagne points out a host of influential Southern artists who are legends in the game.

    The conversation then turns to Iggy Azalea's Southern accent, which the "Guy Code" star says he fully understands. Charlamagne feels that the "Fancy" rapper's influence from rappers down South has been molded since her teenage years, and he believes that her accent is a "light" offense compared to what other rappers are doing right now.


    ONTD, thoughts? Comments? Questions? Concerns?

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