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    Rapper Vanilla Ice lied to the cops about owning the vacant Lake Worth, FL house where his "Vanilla Ice Project" TV crew allegedly made off with the pilfered items but he says he thought some of the stuff was fair game because it was on the curb.

    His foreman, however, says Ice instructed the production crew to go inside the house and target specific items (like a pool heater of $3000 value). He also lied about owning the place, according to the foreman.

    Police has since recovered most items, including: An iron table with glass top ($450), patio chairs ($1,000),  a sofa ( another $1,000), two bicycles (400$) and a large mirror(500$).

    If convicted of home burglary and grand theft, Ice is potentially looking at prison time.


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    Tyler Hoechlin attends VANITY FAIR and Chrysler Celebration of Richard Linklater and the cast of "Boyhood" at Cecconi's on February 19, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

    In case you were wondering, Hoechlin and Linklater recently worked together on Linklater's next film, That's What I'm Talking About, a "spiritual" sequel to the iconic Dazed and Confused.

    Linklater regretting the fact that Hoechlin will have a moustache in his movie



    i will die laughing if That's What I'm Talking About gets award recognition and Tyler 'worst delivery on Teen Wolf/what is acting' Hoechlin gets to the Oscars before Dylan 'greatest thespian there ever was and ever will be' O'Brien

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    If you like your comedy stilted, craggy-faced, and arrogant, you're going to love this clip from tonight's Graham Norton wherein Sean Penn takes great delight in flipping as many Red Chair contestants as possible.

    Kelly Clarkson, Celia Imrie, and Ross Noble are also there. Be nice.

    It's funny because daughters are their Dad's property, right?


    Why does anyone do the Red Chair, ONTD?

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  • 02/20/15--12:55: Two clips from "Chappie"
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    Since Stephen isn't hosting any show until September, he's taken the opportunity to grow this magnificent beard. He debuted it last night at the Oscar Wilde Awards, where the US-Ireland Alliance celebrated his achievements as an Irish-American entertainer.


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    This is from a male actor who apparently got most of his credit in the 1970s (so no one really working right now).
    - loved pretty much all the best picture movies but 'birdman', which he said bored him
    - dude really, really loved 'foxcatcher', gave steve carell the best actor vote and showed praise to mark ruffalo (though voted for the king jk simmons anyway)
    - like most people, he voted for julianne moore and patricia arquette
    - dude really loved 'american sniper' though (hmm maybe he was an actor who was friends with clint in the 70s?), and gave it the adapted screenplay nod. hated 'inherent vice' though. another vote for 'the grand budapest hotel' (wes pretty much has this oscar in the bag)
    - loved 'wild tales' for foreign-language film

    Generally I won't take quotes from the story, but this was ridiculous/hilarious:

    I have absolutely no idea what the difference is between this and sound mixing. [laughs] I vote for the movie that I like. I loved The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies and I think the sound is such a big part of it — I have a great sound system at home.
    MY VOTE: The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies


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    Bollywood has a lot of problems (not unlike Hollywood) but don't let a stereotyped view of the industry have you miss out on some great performances & stories! Recently we have been seeing some great films which are not only women-centric but deal with women's place in society and carry a message of empowerment and change - and I believe this message is relevant to everyone no matter their country, language or culture.

    Here are some of my favourite feminist BW movies for those of you who don't mind watching foreign films lol. This list is based on the longlist originally posted on ontd-bw by mjspice and myself. Check it out!

    Mardaani (2014)
    "Mardaani" tackles the issue of girl trafficking head on - the aim is to shock the audience into taking the matter seriously and acting to stop this terrible crime. The protagonist, Shivani Roy, is a no-nonsense supercop who will stop at nothing to get the bad guys. Production house Yash Raj isn't known for doing gritty films, but the lead actress and producer Rani Mukerji believed in this film even though execs there didn't like it and thought it would bomb. Turns out she was proven right: even though Mardaani is far from your average mainstream Bollywood film, it got an excellent response at the box office, and was declared a hit. The film also got a standing ovation in Poland and was praised by Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi. Trigger warning: child abuse, rape, violence.If you like this, try: No One Killed Jessica (2011).

    Kahaani (2012)
    A nail-biting thriller with a powerhouse performance by Vidya Balan. As Vidya’s 4th successful woman-centric film between 2010-12, it also helped permanently damage the argument that “people don’t want to see films about women”. Balan plays Vidya Bagchi, a heavily pregnant woman that travels from London to Kolkata in search of her missing husband. Staying in a dingy guest-house in a city bustling with preparations for the Durga Puja festivities, she soon finds that all traces and records of her husband are gone - like he never existed. With a mix of determined strength and vulnerability, she challenges stereotypes, turns clichés around and ultimately triumphs by exploiting society’s narrow male-dominated thinking. Currently being remade in Hollywood.If you like this, try: Ishqiya (2010).

    Queen (2014)
    Rani (it means “Queen”) is a well-behaved girl from a loving, protective middle-class Delhi family. When her fuckboy fiancé dumps her two days before her wedding, she is crushed. Rani decides to go on her honeymoon to Paris alone - and so the girl who never even crossed roads by herself has to figure out how to survive in a foreign country. It is beyond lovely and heartwarming to watch Rani’s journey of self-discovery, with a little help from the people she meets on the way, including the carefree single mom Vijaylaxmi. Kangana Ranaut gave the performance of a lifetime here, and Queen was the single most lucrative film in Bollywood in 2014, winning the Filmfare for Best Film and currently being remade in a bunch of different languages and countries. It's not perfect (it features a Japanese stereotype for example) but still one of the better stories about female self-discovery I've seen anywhere.If you like this, try: English Vinglish (2012).

    Bobby Jasoos (2014)
    A light-hearted comedy about Bobby, a 30-year-old Hyderabadi woman whose dream is to be a successful private detective, in spite of her conservative father’s objections. Bobby is intelligent and driven, and more concerned about her career than about getting married (to her family’s despair). One day a mystery man offers her a huge amount of money if she can find a missing person - and hijinks ensue. Bobby Jasoos is a cinematic delight, a kind of colorful, quirky manifesto for a woman’s right to pursue a career. One can’t help but root for Bobby as she fights to carve a niche for herself in a man’s world. If you like this, try:Dil Bole Hadippa! (2009)

    Aaja Nachle (2007)
    Aaja Nachle is a feel-good Bollywood dance movie - it’s also feminist as hell. It’s the story of Dia (dancing queen Madhuri Dixit), a single mother and a successful dance teacher in the US, who returns to her village in India after hearing that her old mentor is very ill. Before dying, he tells her to save the village’s old dance theater, which is to be demolished to make way for a shopping mall. Dia then takes on the entire village’s prejudice against her and stands up to goons and politicians in order to bring art and dance to her village once again. This is one of my favourite Yash Raj films, Madhuri’s comeback, and it is a huge injustice that it didn’t perform well at the box office. It has a great story, great songs, AMAZING dancing and an A+ cast (including Konkona Sen Sharma, Irrfan Khan, Divya Dutta and Nawazuddin Sidiqqui). If you like underdog stories (and who doesn’t?) you’ll love this. If you like this, try: The Dirty Picture (2011)

    Chak De! India (2007)
    Chak De! India may have a familiar story (“underdog sports team fights for victory”) but it is an unique film in many ways. It deals with issues such as sexism, street harassment, the legacy of the partition of India, ethnic and regional prejudice.Though it stars the biggest star in Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan, its focus is actually solidly on the girls who make up the ragtag hockey team and the challenges they face in order to become a “real” team, including the Indian Hockey association’s lack of faith and their own prejudices and competitiveness. Chak de India is a truly inspiring and satisfying feminist sports movie (and it also gave us this badass scene). Oh and did I mention that SRK has never looked hotter? Talk to me about gender equality all day, babyy.If you like this, try: Swades (2004); Bend it like Beckham (2002)

    Chameli (2004)
    Kareena Kapoor plays the unglamourous street walker Chameli in this drama - a bold move for the then-Bollywood princess (and now irl royalty). Chameli has a sad and very familiar past - she was sold to a brothel by her uncle as a child - and a bleak present - we see her try to dodge a man with AIDS who has purchased her services ahead of time. But still she is a tough, street-smart, witty individual who tries to make the best with what she’s got (“I'm nobody’s bitch”, she says). This interesting and well-acted indie not only showcases a day in the life of a prostitute and deals with the plight of AIDS, it also highlights police corruption and prejudice against hijras.If you like this, try: Chandni Bar (2001).

    Gif sources:over the cut (from Meri Brother ki Dulhan) 123456

    Source: written by me.

    What's your favourite, ONTD?

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    - Sotnikova hasn't competed at any international competitions since the Olympics and she's going to take off the rest of the season. Coach hasn't said why.
    - Russians still expected to slay
    - Carolina Kostner still out for doping
    - Gracie Gold, Ashley Wagner and Polina Edwards will continue to make attempts

    source: Skatings Fanclub twitter

    skating post?

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    Between the clubs, bullies and exams, school can be a fantastic or terrifying place in anime. Charapedia explores the subject in their latest 10,000 reader poll, asking anime viewers which anime (or manga) school they wish they could attend. Elementary, middle, high schools were university and vocational were eligible. So were co-ed and single gender.

    253 schools were suggested by a pool that was 52.6% male and 77.9% in their teens and 20s.

    You can find places 6-30 at the source.

    5) Raira Academy (Durarara!!)

    4) Tokiwadai Middle School (A Certain Series)

    3) Teikou Middle School (Kuroko’s Basketball)

    2) Karasuno High School (Haikyuu!)

    1) Otonokizaka High School (Love Live!)

    Sorry for shitty formatting.

    What anime school would you wish to attend? What school had the coolest characters? The prettiest/most handsome ones? Best teachers?

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    Spider-Man: Six web-slinging reasons why Taron Egerton would ace the webbed wonder

    As we all now know Marvel finally got the green-light from Sony to allow Spider-Man to come home and make a cameo along with Captain America in Robert Downy Jr's upcoming film "Iron Man: Civil War" out next year but who is going to play the role of Peter Parker since Andrew Garfield got fired cuz the movies really sucked and Toby McGuire has been done since emo Spider-Man?

    Upcoming actor and future ONTD loveTaron Egerton is perfect for the role and here is why:

    1. He's a bonafide Spidey fan:
    When asked about who his favorite superhero is Taron has said,“My favourite is Spider-Man and I think Andrew Garfield is wonderful in it to the point I couldn’t play it.

    “But he is my favourite.”

    2. He’s a wanted man:
    Rumors started spreading a few weeks ago that he was going to play Cyclops in X-Men: Apocalypse but he denied it all. Let's be real though some of the people behind Kingsman are involved with X-Men reboots so who knows what can happen.

    3. He’s got skills:
    In "Kingsman" he SLAYED the stunt sequences and was an overall badass .

    4. Comic Book Writers Back Him:
    Mark Millar wrote 'Civil War' and he wants Taron to be Spidey

    5. Experts love him too:

    Cardiff-based Josh Wilding, who writes for Spider-Man says: “Kingsman showed that Taron is not only amazingly talented, but also that he’s one of the most likeable young actors out there today.

    “He has all of the right qualities needed for a character like Peter Parker, and as a comic book fan, I honestly can’t think of anyone better than him to deliver the definitive take on Spider-Man as he finally joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”


    Basically Kevin Feige and Amy "Why Are You Punishing Me" Pascal give the role of Peter Parker to Taron and call it a day.
    ONTD when do you think they'll announce the new Spider-Man? im thinking Comic-Con

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    While she's still working with L’Oreal, is in partnership with Code Academy, etc etc, Kloss has always said her goal is attending college. As reported in her cover story for Vogue, she's recently been admitted to NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where she'll start as a full time student in the fall.

    Ed Razek, the CMO of Victoria's Secret and executive producer of the brand's fashion show, confirms: "Karlie and I met several months ago to discuss the many things she hoped to do in her life and career," he told us. "As we talked, it became clear she would not have the time to fulfill her myriad commitments. Reluctantly, we agreed she would leave the brand at the end of her contract. Karlie is one of a kind, a very close friend, someone I truly admire and love. She is, without question, one of the best models ever. But, she is an even better person. Her future is unlimited, and I am excited to see all the good she will do. Karlie Kloss will always be an Angel to me.”

    paraphrased source.

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    Banana: Season One, Episode Six

    Cucumber: Season One, Episode Six

    Meet the Cast of Banana

    Banana Source
    Cucumber Source
    Banana (2) Source

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    - partering with luxe
    - fragrance will launch in specialty and department stores in september
    - ariana says: "I have always been obsessed with perfume. I always carried like six different scents in my bag, another three in my suitcase and another couple in my car. I’m asked so often about which fragrance I’m wearing, or if I have a signature scent. I do have favorites, but I really want to create something that encompasses everything I love…which is why I am so excited to create my personal fragrance I can call my own."

    what do you think ari's perfume will smell like? beauty/fragrance post imo

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    It's being called "possibly the worst thing to happen to Scientology since the death of founder L. Ron Hubbard." I'm ready.

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    Kristen Stewart has won the César for best supporting actress for her role in Clouds of Sils Maria. She is the first American actress to win the award.

    The last American actress to be nominated for an acting César, when Julia Migenes was nominated for Carmen in 1984.

    The only other American to win a César was Adrien Brody for the Pianist in 2002.

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    On this past episode of RHOA, Kenya was shown casting for her TV pilot, Life Twirls On.

    The original Aunt Viv, better known as Janet Hubert, was hired for the pilot. But as things often do with Kenya, it got messy. Aunt Viv says she has yet to be paid for her work on the pilot. She took to her web series titled, “Blacktress,” to explain the fallout with Kenya and spill the details.

    “I went ahead to do the pilot with Kenya Moore and we had a wonderful time. We laughed and we joked and it was amazing, and she was professional. And then when I got back, she didn’t want to pay me what I was supposed to be payed.”

    “It is now three months later and I still haven’t been paid. We’re having a bit of a war with my union about it because she doesn’t feel that the union is correct either.”

    “Kenya I was going to blast you…but I’m not going to do that. I’m going to wish you well, I’m going to wish you the best that you could possibly be because you’ve had a really hard time, and I guess you just don’t trust women at all.

    “I don’t know if you’ve got any kind of female friends but I gave you love on that set, I gave you kindness, I helped you cook. I helped you make sure that you never upstage yourself and if this is something that you so vehemently need to keep, this little bit of money, then girlfriend you know, you and my union will have to fight it out, I’m done.

    “I wish you all the best but I will not be doing a pilot with Kenya Moore, whether it gets picked up or not.”



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    They edited out that part of the interview in the YouTube upload but I guess someone recorded it. Charlemagne asks if Kanye thinks that Tyga and Kylie's relationship was inappropriate. Kanye replies "I think they're in love. You can't tell nobody--" then it cuts off. I wonder why.....? Listen to the bit at the source.


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  • 02/20/15--15:56: Free For All Friday

  • I hope everyone has a GREAT weekend!

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    Starring Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana, Infinitely Polar Bear is a film about a bi-polar father who is trying to win back his wife by taking full responsibility of their two daughters while she goes to school. Set in 1970s, the movie gives a slice-of-life view of bi-racial family living with mental illness. The movie premiered at Sundance Film Festival.

    The film will have a limited release in U.S. on June 19th, 2015 (Sony Pictures Classics).

    Source1, Source 2, my own words

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