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- 11/22/14--11:28: _Lil B gave shirtles...
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- 11/21/14--14:44: Madonna takes issue over Kim Kardashian's nude magazine cover
- 11/21/14--14:55: Bill Cosby Pretends to Cry and Jokes About Being Evil
- 11/21/14--14:56: John Waters Interview: "There Is No Such Thing As A Counterculture"
You have been called many things... Pope of Trash... Prince of Puke... How do you describe yourself?
I would describe myself as a writer that hopes to take you into my world and help you feel a little safer.
You haven’t made a film for a few years. Is there a place in the industry for cult filmmakers?
The worst thing you can do is make a cult movie. That means you got three great reviews and nobody went. An art film means it got a lot of good reviews and nobody went. There is no such thing as a counter culture now. What used to be considered that is commercial now.
You are not on Twitter but your moustache has an account.
If my moustache has its own Twitter account so be it. I don’t have one because A) if I’m going to write clever things I want to put them in a book so I get paid and B) I have friends, I’m not looking for new ones.
- 11/22/14--09:53: Honest Trailer: The Little Mermaid
- 11/22/14--10:17: Henry Cavill, ONTD's conservationist bae, hanging out with lemurs
- 11/22/14--10:33: Flirtmoji, emoji for sexting
How did Flirtmoji come to be?
It’s been many months in the making. All four of us had experience with jokingly and poorly substituting the existing emojis into text conversations to try to communicate sex, and it never worked. But the game-changer came because one of the guys in the group was having really elaborate texting engagement back and forth with a long distance girlfriend. We realized that we needed to do this, to draw up sex as icons, and make it completely comprehensive, funny, and diverse.
Some of these, like the vulva in particular, are really detailed and surprisingly anatomically correct. Did you have to think about ways to also make them sexy?
Well that’s the meat of the project. That’s where some of the most heated debate came out. To pass our test, the drawings have to be sex-positive. Anyone has to be able to look at them and not feel offended. There’s definitely a ton that didn’t make the cut.
I like the idea of Flirtmoji, but I’m not sold on the name yet. Why did you decided to call them that, instead of something like "Sextmoji," for instance?
I think sex is obvious, and we also wanted them to be available to people who aren’t having sex. You can be flirting, it doesn’t have to be about intercourse. If it’s not so serious to you, there are flirty icons. There’s stigma around sexting, so part of this project is light and funny. I think naming them around the word "flirting" keeps it there.
- 11/22/14--11:03: Guess Which Elusive Chanteuse Is Now A Nurse?
- 11/22/14--11:04: #ThanksMichelleObama: Cafeteria Food is Grosser Than Ever Before
- 11/22/14--11:28: Cillian Murphy's First Late Night Talk Show Interview
- 11/22/14--11:53: Angelina, Shiloh and Zahara Walking
- 11/22/14--12:04: Lacey Chabert Wears Her Actual Wedding Dress for Holiday Movie
- 11/22/14--12:42: Romeo Santos Performs "Eres Mia" on the Tonight Show
Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Chelsea Peretti stopped by the Wendy Williams show to talk about her role on the show & her love of Beyonce. Wendy gave her a life-size cut-out of Beyonce, with Chelsea's face photoshopped onto it.
The two hit it off & will probs go ride into the sunset together.
source& chels twitter
Madonna has some thoughts about Kim Kardashian's nude magazine cover http://t.co/bg6Dfk8Rp0— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) November 21, 2014
@madonna Its confusing. Nipples are considered forbidden and provocative but exposing your ass is not. #flummoxed
“Parents are coming and taking their children home, saying to me, ‘Bill Cosby, you are an evil man! We will never eat your Jello pudding again!’” -- Bill Cosby, performing at a women's charity event in the Bahama's.
Carsick by John Waters is out now
My 4th grade self loved this movie...but then I grew up and yea, fuck Disney.
Jack and Alfred discuss what motivates their characters, working opposite Viola Davis and the show's moral compass on TheWrap's latest “Drinking With the Stars”
Guess Which Music Legend Is Giving Taylor Swift Her Big Award at the AMAs Tomorrow! http://t.co/AcSO8Pgrsb— E! News (@ENews) November 22, 2014
-it's diana ross
-our girl tay is getting "the first ever Dick Clark Award for Excellence"
-she's also gonna perform blank space (rip me and bungalowtick)
What are your fave flirtmoji?
Oh, why it's Monica!
To recap past events, Monica was in a traumatic experience, witnessing her friend committing suicide. Monica clarifies on Instagram that she's actually working in the forensic field:
I’m not studying to be a nurse. I have a great respect for nurses. Especially seeing first hand all that they do & how they selflessly give of themselves. It is mandatory that we wear scrubs in my field as well. I’ve always had an interest in forensics. In my field we focus on giving the family much needed answers and closure in the event that they lose a loved one. I enjoy helping families during one of the most difficult times in their life. Thanks for checking with me. My post was never intended to be misleading. It was meant to just be encouraging because some days it’s just not easy but it’s all possible if u stay encouraged & believe.
Instagram | Wendy
Students have begun tweeting pics of the nasty ass gruel Michelle Obama worked so hard to introduce in America's public school cafeterias. The First Lady has campaigned for the USDA to up their efforts in making school lunches healthier, but maybe she didn't think about it also making them grosser?
A deleted tweet from Dom courtesy of Digital Trends -
According to game developers Remedy Entertainment, the Quantum Break live action episodes is a bit of an interactive experience with the game of the same name. "How you play the game impacts the show, and the show informs how you play the game."
Quantum Break releases exclusively on the Xbox One sometime in 2015.
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Season three of 'The Following' starts airing on Fox in 2015... now with new showrunners and Michael Ealy
IN ADDITION TO GIVING A SHIRTLESS LECTURE AT MIT, LIL B confirmed Kevin Durant's injury is due to the curse of the Based God, admitting that he loves Kevin Durant, "Yes, I do love Kevin Durant, and I appreciate him, and I appreciate the NBA."
He seems sad that the the Curse of the Based God is still in effect:
I THOUGHT THE CURSE WAS OVER BASEDGOD! PLEASE I NEED TO TALK TO " THE BASEDGOD " I THOUGHT THE CURSE WAS OVER ! (SCREAMING) - Lil B— Lil B From The Pack (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) October 12, 2014
ONTD, what has the Based God done for you?
lil b's twitter
Cillian comes in around 9:40. He chats about Peaky Blinders, accents, and no longer being a vegetarian.
A recent interview with composer Amanda Green and Neil Meron, the executive producer of NBC's upcoming Peter Pan Live, revealed that the showrunners brought on award-winning Chickasaw composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate as a consultant for the Native American musical aspects of the show.
The changes, according to Meron, involved "stripping [the music] down and taking out things that were silly in the day it was written and offensive today." The original show was very stereotypical and racist with its depiction of the Native American characters and the Broadway revival, while improving some aspects of their part in the show, kept almost all of the original, stereotypical lines and lyrics.
In particular, the song "Ugg-a-Wugg" has been dramatically revamped for NBC's upcoming production. In an interview with Salon, Tate broke down exactly what changes he and the musical director brought to the song to give it more integrity and remove the offensive material.
The first change was a revamp of the opening rhythm of the song. The opening, Tate said, was given a small adjustment to sound "more like an Iroquois smoke dance, rather than a stereotypical ONE-two-three-four, ONE-two-three-four, ONE-two three-four ... we adjusted the opening rthym so it sounded more authentic." Tate continued by noting that "most Americans aren't going to know the difference. But at least we do. Intellectually, we know, and musically, we know[.]"
The second change involved changing the rhythms of what Tate refers to as the "Indian Breakdown" of the show. "It's this stereotypical, Indian-sounding thing," Tate said. "We were kind of looking for different tunes, but it doesn't matter what tune you use because the flavor of it is that stereotypical Indian sound." The musical director for the show then made a different adjustment by introducing different rhtyms into the song to, as Tate describings as 'veiling' the original sterotypical music and making it sound more "party like."
The third--and biggest change--was working on replacing the lyrics in the song that were based on racist stereotypes of Native American language. "Remember, this is a British musical theater piece, so we had people from across the pond who were thinking very stereotypically-and it was very uninformed. I don't think there were any bad intentions or malice or anything like that ... It was just uninformed." Tate wanted to find authentic replacement lyrics for the show, and because the tribe in Peter Pan was heavily inspired by Northeast Indians from North America, he sought out to find a word from one of these cultures for the show. The replacement is an actually Wyandotte word--although Tate cannot reveal what word was chosen since they haven't been publicly announced.
Tate also addressed the origins of the stereotypical lyric, "ugg a wugg." In the show, the word is not just used musically--it comes about when Peter Pan and Tiger Lily are making plans to attack Captain Hook, and Tiger Lily says that the code word for danger will be "ugg-a-wugg."
The new word, Tate says, "works beautifully. So the music doesn't have to change, we just changed the lyric. It's 100 percent authentic Wyandotte language and it's so accurate and it makes sense."
Further changes were made to the nonsenstical, stereotypical syllables used throughout the song. These syllables have been replaced with children's nursery rhymes, which Tate describes as "brilliant move" because it hepls the song retain its original silliness while removing the stereotypical material. "I thought that solution was dead-on," Tate said, "because it keeps it chidlike."
Although Tate was only a consultant for the musical portion of the show, he says that he is impressed with the spirit of the producer's efforts."What NBC is doing," he said, "I've never heard of, to go into a musical and tidy up elements of it that they felt needed to be addressed. This is kind of a unique event." He also stated that he felt the efforts on part of the NBC team were genuine and not simply a way to avoid criticism. "I feel like [with the show's producers] it was a natural and genuine circumstance. I don't feel like it was overly political. I don't think they were just trying to save their image. I think it was very genuine."
In addition to bringing on Tate as a musical consultant, NBC's specifically sought out actresses with Native American heritage for the role--a move which Sonny Skyhawk, the CEO and founder of American Indians in Television, called a "rare effort." Alanna Saunders, whose great-grandfather was a member of the Cherokee Nation, was cast in the role. According to NBC, the understudy for the role, Kathryn Terza, also has Native American heritage.
Peter Pan Live! will air on December 4th at 8 pm EST on NBC.
source: original interview (other text is my own words) + source about NBC's casting
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- Are you short, medium height or tall and do you wish your height was different than it is?
Part of it is the photographer's angle but lordy Shiloh is tall considering that Angelina is wearing stiletto boots (says the jealous shorty)
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So fetch! Lacey Chabert wore her actual wedding dress for a holiday movie: http://t.co/pgXwEI6jZ7— Us Weekly (@usweekly) November 22, 2014
This is an excuse for a Christmas shopping post! What's your list for others looking like? Have you started buying yet? Any deals and shit? Post gift ideas!
Welcome pic.twitter.com/n5QmbL0yQE— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) October 24, 2014
-Watch Calvin smile
-Watch/Listen to Calvin talking in his Scottish accent
-Watch Calvin be serious saying he is "standing in a kitchen"
-Watch Calvin hug his friend/director Emil Nava
-Watch Calvin take 2 chickens home
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'DWTS' Celeb Janel Parrish -- 'Pretty Little Liars' Could Sabotage Dance Title http://t.co/F8LHb8DkuV— TMZ (@TMZ) November 22, 2014
this cast is a MESS. just when i thought things were going well again (all the girls have seemed to gotten close after the messiness of season 3 & 4), this tea is dropped. did you know they're reducing the episode order for the final 2 seasons?
he slayed. those shoes tho lmaooo
still sad about papasito royce not getting any latin grammys smh :'(