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August 15th, 2018 under Hot Links!. [ Comments: none ]

 

Which Pretty Little Liar was caught kissing Cara Delevigne? – Dlisted

Kristen Bell braless – The Nip Slip

Salma Hayek in a bikini – The Blemish

Sofia Vergara is patriotic? – GCeleb

What is wrong with people? – Towleroad

Which singer lost 20 pounds? – Celebitchy

Which '80s show might get a reboot now? – ScreenRant

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This The Nun ad is too scary for YouTube
August 15th, 2018 under YouTube. [ Comments: none ]


I grew up with horror movies since before I started school, so it takes a lot to scare me. But there are a lot of people who are not like me and scream at the littlest jump scares.

Case in point a 7-second ad for The Nun streaming before videos on YouTube was deemed too scary for the site, so they pulled it. They told one of the complainers, “Appreciate you bringing this to our attention! This ad violates our shocking content policy and it’s no longer running as an ad. More info here: https://goo.gl/Yo1GHL

Maybe because I knew it was coming, but it did not terrify me. Did you get scared?

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BTWF: Molly Ringwald in Temptest
August 15th, 2018 under Before They Were Famous, Brat Pack. [ Comments: none ]


via Old School ’80s
Before Molly Ringwald was misbehaving in The Breakfast Club, she was singing Ain’t Misbehaving in Tempest. How cute was the 13-year-old in that 1982 movie?

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What is Khloe Kardashians saying about her sisters with her new show?
August 14th, 2018 under DIscovery/TLC, The Kardashians. [ Comments: none ]


Khloe Kardashian is producing a new show on Investigation Discovery called Twisted Sisters and I wonder what drew her to it?

The six-part series tells the story of sisters committed some of the most shocking crimes. Sometimes they worked together, other times they turned on the other one. The investigative series will interview immediate family members and close friends to learn what triggered the sisters’ path towards a life of crime. The show will also talk to investigators to learn more about the crime and how they were able to solve it.

Kardashian was attracted to this show because “These stories of sisterhood gone awry will surprise even the most devout ‘ID addict.’ When choosing the stories, we couldn’t believe how many untold tales there were to tell. As a true-crime fan myself, I am excited to share with viewers a new twist on the term ‘sibling rivalry’,”

I wonder if she is trying to say there is a sibling rivalry between her and her sisters? When it comes to which sister I think she would commit crimes with, I would say Kylie Jenner. When it comes to which one they would conspire against, that has to be Kim Kardashian. What do you think?

Twisted Sisters debuts September 3rd on ID. To read descriptions of the six episodes, then click here!

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Jerry O’Connell talks about his new show Carter!
August 14th, 2018 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]


Last week, we got to meet Carter, and tonight at 10p on WGN we will get to know him even better as he works on his first real case.

Jerry O’Connell plays Harley Carter, who is an actor best known for playing Harley Carter a detective on television. After some life mishaps in Hollywood, he returns home to Canada and starts using his fake detective skills to be a real one with his two best childhood friends, one who is a real detective.

Last week he worked on his first case to prove his house caretaker did not commit murder. This week, a fan approaches him to solve his mother’s murder. For years, police have said her death in a fire was accidental, but her son thinks otherwise. Not only that, her son believes that someone is after him. He might be right.

Now, Harley, Sam (Sydney Tamiia Poitier) and Dave (Kristian Bruun) are doing everything in their power to find out who killed this guy’s mother and protect him from getting murdered himself. The only problem is the police chief hates Harley and believes this case has already been solved and does not want anyone in the force to work on it. Good thing Harley has the mayor on his side and she thinks Harley solving cases is good for the town’s image.

While it is good for the image, does Harley really know what he is doing? You just have to tune in for a police procedural that is unlike anything else on TV.

I was recently on a conference with O’Connell and he talked about working on Carter.

What attracted to Jerry O’Connell to Carter?
JC – It was really fun when I read Carter because it’s about a guy who plays a cop on TV who gets a little disillusioned with that life and then finds new life in helping out his high school sweetheart, who is a real-life detective, helping her solve crimes, and it sort of invigorates him. It really made me laugh. There’s a lot of inside jokes, like trying to explain to the real cops the five-act structure of television and how we’re getting close to finding out who the real killer is.

Admittedly, it’s a lot like Castle, except Castle was a novelist. It’s almost like Castle on steroids because this guy’s a TV actor, so if you’re a fan of the Law and Order’s and the Monk’s and the Castle’s, this is going to be your show because it sort of makes fun of that world.

Is O’Connell like Carter?
JC – Man, it’s so embarrassing to say, but a lot of Carter is like me. Thankfully, I’m not as vain as the character of Carter is. He’s always worried about how he looks in situations, or that could just be my version of Garry Shandling’s old joke, “How does my hair look?” Harley Carter is a television actor. I’m a TV actor. I like to think Carter is a little more obsessed with himself than I am. I’m not wearing makeup right now and I have a feeling that Carter is always wearing, not a lot, but some form of makeup when he leaves the house, at least concealer.

What does O’Connell think about his co-stars?
JC – First of all, Sydney is gorgeous, Sydney Poitier, and she is the most important character in the show because I can be goofy and talk about TV, and how everything works in TV, and how we find a killer in TV, and how Columbo would do it, and that’s fine. If there isn’t actual stakes, if you’re not actually really invested in the show, then it just doesn’t work. Sydney’s ability to ground our show, that’s everything. That’s what makes our show, so we’re all forever indebted to her and her ability to do that.
Kristian Bruun, for you Orphan Black fans, is just so fun to work with as well. Getting to work with those two is just a dream. We have a good old time on set. We approach every scene like, let’s have fun making this, and I think it really comes across. I don’t think we had one fight, and it’s crazy because all I do is fight with co-workers.

What is it like filming on location in Canada?
JC – I will say this, where we shot in Northern Ontario, oh, man, it was almost like rehab for my soul, it’s so gorgeous. It’s just lake country in Northern Ontario. It’s a town called North Bay. It’s super gorgeous and calming and soothing, and everyone was so happy that we were shooting there. I’m just not used to that. I’m used to shooting—not to call out cities, but I’m used to shooting in the city where people are always yelling at you for shooting in front of their store or blocking their driveway with a camera truck. It was just so refreshing to film in such a non-hostile environment. It really became sort of like a character in the show, the fact that we were shooting in a small town, and North Bay is just such a cute, quaint place.

Everyone is doing a reboot, what about Sliders?
JC – Yes. Hey, there might be a reboot. There’s been a couple of phone calls made. Yes. No phone calls returned, but a couple phone calls made.

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