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Contains major spoilers for Game Of Thrones' latest episode Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.
Even if you haven't watched the episode yet, you've probably seen some comments across social media alluding to the final scene from this week's Game Of Thrones episode Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.
The scene involved the rape of Sansa Stark, which is the core cause for concern among fans. The question being - should rape be used as a plot device in this way?
As a side-fact, some have also noted that these events are not from the books, meaning that the show's writers are the ones who brought it into being. Despite that, commenters on A Song Of Ice And Fire author George R.R. Martin's blog have asked him for a comment. Here's what he said, in full, »
Chicago – In receiving the official Badasss Award at the 2015 Chicago International Movies & Music Fest (CIMMFest), legendary rock documentary maker Julien Temple simply said, “Badass is not a phrase we use in England. I’ve never been called a badass, I prefer ‘enfant terriblé,’ with a hope toward ‘monstre sacré.’”
And so it goes with one of the most prolific and influential rock documentarians in cinema history, with the whole evolution of the music form contained in his associations with The Kinks, the Clash (through Joe Strummer), the Rolling Stones and the Sex Pistols. What began as a student obsession with the discovery of the Sex Pistols in the 1970s, fueled a lifelong pursuit of rock documentary truth, feature film adventure and music video stylings. Julien Temple has provided the sights and the sounds.
Photo credit: Patrick McDonald for HollywoodChicago. »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
From the highest highs to the humbling lows, Boy George’s life is a rollercoaster of events. Remember when Boy George was a darling of 80s New Wave, and then he got in some trouble hand had to pick up trash? Culture Club singer Boy George traded in his mascara for an orange jumper in 2006. According to The Associated Press, the musician with the name George O’Dowd on his birth certificate was ordered to pick up trash for five days in New York City. His community-service sentence was issued after he plead guilty for falsely reporting a burglary at his […] »
- April Neale
The Culture Club singer is moving from London to Los Angeles, and he believes you’ll want to follow the action. Boy George and his manager Paul Kemsley are teaming Bunim/Murray Prods and producer Cindy Cowan to develop a docuseries chronicling said relocation. The trio will exec produce along with Bunim/Murray's Gil Goldschein and Jeff Jenkins. Plans call for shooting to begin this summer when the singer arrives in L.A. "If Marge Simpson met Dolly Parton and went dancing… »
Bunim/Murray Prods. has pacted with Boy George to develop a reality series about the British 1980s pop star’s move from London to Los Angeles.
Boy George at present is an in-demand club DJ who tours the world. The series is expected to begin filming the summer when he arrives with his entourage to set up shop in Los Angeles.
In the 1980s, Boy George came to fame as the colorful leader of pop group Culture Club. More recently he has recorded as a solo artist and with his band Brando and also launched a line of vegan foods.
- Variety Staff
About Last Knight: Kiriya’s Culture Club Reimagining of the Feudal System
It’s unclear for who or for what reason Japanese director Kazuaki Kiriya decided to undertake his English language debut, Last Knights, a convoluted pseudo-revenge flick that plays like some very watered down version of the classic 47 Ronin mythos but reconstituted within a parallel universe’s sci-fi inspired Crusades tale. A gig is a gig, so we can’t blame the poo poo platter of multicultural actors portraying peoples we’re supposed to believe all resided in the same place (not to mention, fought for the same cause), each with varying degrees of accented and/or broken English. Incredibly flaccid and late staged action sequences following a baffling revenge plot don’t help matters, except maybe to say that even if the world had known an age of such incredible diversity we still wouldn’t be able to all just get along. »
- Nicholas Bell
They know what they've got! Stars including Christie Brinkley, Kevin Bacon, and Boy George took to Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday, April 1, to send positivity and prayers to beloved singer Joni Mitchell. The "Big Yellow Taxi" performer, 71, was found unconscious in her Los Angeles home on Tuesday, March 31, and rushed to a local hospital by ambulance. According to a statement on her personal website, Mitchell has regained consciousness and is "awake and in good spirits" as she undergoes tests. As news broke of the Grammy [...] »
American Idol‘s Season 14 has had more slam-dunks, fouls and rebounds than Ncaa’s March Madness — and this week’s Reality Check tries to determine who’s on their way to the Final Four.
My co-host Melinda Doolittle and I delve into rising momentum for Clark Beckham and Quentin Alexander (as well as two other finalists) and try to figure out what went wrong for the typically rock-solid Joey Cook during ’80s Week. Plus, we’ve got advice for Rayvon Owen and Qaasim Middleton — and an »
Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this.
The “Heartbeat Song” chanteuse will mentor the Season 14 Top 9 as they tackle tunes from her songbook on Wednesday’s episode (8/7c on Fox) — and now TVLine has your exclusive first look at the set list:
Jax – “Beautiful Disaster”
Tyanna Jones – “Mr. Know It All”
Daniel Seavey – “Breakaway”
Rayvon Owen – “Since U Been Gone”
Clark Beckham – “The »
You know, if this whole “football” thing doesn’t pan out for Jj Watt, the Houston Texan should really consider launching a follow-up career as a recording artist.
The three-time Pro Bowler finds himself harmonizing (sort of) with Jess and Coach in TVLine’s sneak peek at Tuesday’s New Girl return (Fox, 9/8c) after the trio is caught misbehaving at a funeral.
As the real-life New Girl fan explains, “I’m ‘fake’ bad singing, but I’m a bad singer anyway, so I fit right in. »
Fox’s Bones on Thursday returned to 5.7 million total viewers and a 1.3 rating, up 8 percent and a tenth from its Dec. 11 winter finale.
Leading out of that, Backstrom (3.6 mil/0.9) was down a tenth.
PhotosTV’s Best & Worst Weddings — Including Bones, Grey’s and More
Elsewhere, as CBS’ March Madness coverage averaged 7.8 mil/2.4 during primetime….
ABC | Grey’s Anatomy (8.2 mil/2.2) ticked up 6 percent and a tenth, Scandal (8.1 mil/2.3) dipped a tenth to a season low and American Crime (5.5 mil/1.2) was steady.
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NBC | The Blacklist (8 mil/1.6) slipped 7 percent and two tenths, »
Douglas Booth is trying to dissuade a dog from having sex with his leg. “No humping, Barry – I knew you when you were a puppy!” Booth has evidence, too: video footage of the young actor in a vest, cradling the photographer’s whippet on a previous shoot, found its way on to the internet two years ago, its Athena poster cuteness delighting teenage girls around the world. It’s probably for the best that this sequel isn’t being filmed.
Related: Douglas Booth models menswear for spring 2015 – in pictures
‘I had a conversation with Jude Law: he told me people’s obsession with looks goes away after a while’
‘I have severe dyslexia and can’t skim a script. I have to reread every line, »
- Rhik Samadder
First off, let's take a moment to recognize this first Thursday morning in months where we weren't talking about those amazing Empire ratings dominating Wednesday's primetime. Those dizzying heights of last week's finale of the Lee Daniels- and Danny Strong-created drama already seem so long ago. What didn't seem that long ago, at least on Fox last night, was the 1980s. With appearances by Salt-n-Pepa, David Hasselhoff and a mentoring Boy George, the music of the Reagan… »
Who stood to inherit Empire‘s riches, in the wake of the well-watched Fox behemoth signing off? Would you believe, almost no one?
RelatedRatings: Empire Ends Season With a Bang, 16.7 Million Viewers
In their first outings since Empire finaled, CBS’ Criminal Minds (with 9.9 million total viewers and a 2.0 rating) dipped in audience plus a tenth in the demo, NBC’s Svu (6 mil/1.3) fell 22 and 19 percent (tying its series low) and ABC’s Modern Family (8.5 mil/2.8) slipped 11 and 18 percent. (black-ish fared a bit better, only dipping 3 and 9 percent, to 6.5 mil/2.1.)
In fact, »
Picture it: Germany, 1989. (Yes, the first four words of this American Idol recap are inspired by The Golden Girls‘ incomparable Sophia Petrillo.)
Knight Rider star David Hasselhoff is performing a partial striptease in the one country that’s embraced his pop-star aspirations as warmly as they’ve accepted sauerkraut and spätzle on their dinner tables. He’s shaking what his mama gave him and belting some of the decade’s biggest hits: “Walking on Sunshine.” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love.” “Let’s Dance.”
Except, hold up, »
We're only two weeks into this season's "American Idol" Finals and The Save is gone. The "Idol" judges opted to Save Qaasim Middleton last week. Were they protecting the entertainment factor that Qaasim brings to the show? Were they rewarding Qaasim for bringing energy to an episode that had lacked energy? Were they recognizing that America's voting has, thus far, been wonky as heck this season? Either way, Wednesday's (March 25) episode of "American Idol" is going to be a double-elimination episode, meaning that there are 11 remaining contestants, but presumably only nine are going to sing. This will change the entire architecture of the episode. Plus, Fox is boasting an appearance by Salt and/or Peppa, following last week's big Kenny Loggins appearance. Whee! 8:01 p.m. I think Nick Fradiani should have been the '80s Night mentor, since I'm pretty sure he's the only contestant this season who existed way back then. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Chris Daughtry’s already a rock star — and now he’s about to play one on TV.
RelatedThe X-Files: 16 Things We Need to See in Fox’s 6-Episode Revival
Fans of Daughtry’s original music need not worry about his acting gig getting in the way of fresh music, as he’ll also write original tunes for the potential series.
PhotosCancellation Anxiety: 9 Shows You Should Probably Start Worrying About
His ‘rents are so awesome, in fact, that Jess considers not breaking up with him in order to remain close to mom and pops.
Killam shot his New Girl episode earlier this month during his SNL hiatus.
For example, what’s up with Michele’s dated windbreaker? Unless the former Glee star is going though a retro fashion phase, could this be a hint that Scream Queens is going to be set in the ’80s or ’90s? It’s no secret »
Bubble comedy The Mindy Project closed Season 3 on Tuesday night with 2.1 million total viewers and a 0.8 rating (again leading out of an old New Girl), dipping a tenth in the demo to a new series low.
RelatedMindy Project Season Finale Recap: Danny, You da Bomb(ay)
Opening Fox’s night, Hell’s Kitchen (3.7 mil/1.3) was flat.
RelatedRenewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled?
NBC | The Voice (11.2 mil/2.7) slipped 12 and 16 percent to season lows. Undateable (5.2 mil/1.5) fell 19 and 21 percent from its season opener, while One Big Happy (3.9 mil/1.2) dropped 29 and 25 percent from its launch. A special Night Shift »
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