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Manuel here to share a rather beautiful coming out story from the Orange is the New Black set that has been spanning salacious headlines for the past twenty-four hours.
The longer version: Morelli, who had married her longtime boyfriend months before starting work on Orange's first season, found, in writing Piper and Alex's relationship, "a mouthpiece for my own desires and a glimmer of what my future could look like." It was in working on the show that she came to terms with her sexuality and is no happily dating Wiley. What I love about these news is that in true Orange fashion, it comes armed with a fascinating take on sexuality and the power of artistic expression. »
- Manuel Betancourt
David was a harsher reviewer overall than Margaret, and only six films achieved a five-star rating from both
Following news that At the Movies will end on 9 December, Ive collated every score theyve given to a film since they moved to the ABC in 2004.
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- Nick Evershed
Alongside a photo of Taylor Swift standing on a New York City sidewalk holding a bunch of red balloons, Us Weekly included the caption, "Taylor Swift carried 12 red balloons for some reason while walking through NYC." For some reason? Well, we're sure she had a good one. Maybe it was one of these?11. Some not-so-subtle shade to Katy Perry's failed Song of Summer entry, "Birthday." (Thank you, Dan D'Addario.) 10. Her next music video is an almost-shot-for-shot remake of The Red Balloon. 9. She's on her way to a birthday party, and she will not be overshadowed. 8. Because inflaters gonna flate-flate-flate-flate-flate. 7. Peer pressure. 6. Up. 5. Because she just saw this viral video and was super into it. 4. It's an homage to the red balloon emoji. 3. She's emulating this Sex and the City promo video? Taylor just moved to NYC, and while she's more of a Shoshanna, that »
- Lindsey Weber
As the air gets a little colder, our sangria buzz wears off, and tan lines fade, we prepare to say goodbye to summer and hello to autumn — and more importantly, to the return of our favorite TV shows. You know you’re excited to have your friends from Homeland, Scandal, and New Girl back in your life. Like there’s anything else this entertaining to look forward to during your week? (We think not.)
Lucky for you, we’re here to help dust off your remotes and refresh your memory on where your favorite shows left off. Kerry Washington notoriously keeps her lips sealed about what we can expect from Scandal, as you can see in the video below, but will Olivia Pope and Jake Ballard return to D.C.? Will Nick and Jess really make it as “just friends”? Only time will tell. Because those cliffhangers are killing us, »
- Taylor Ferber
Reese Witherspoon kicked it into high gear on Thursday, going for a smiley run in La. Elsewhere, Victoria Beckham got everyone's attention without even trying, Kourtney Kardashian's growing baby bump was on display, and Nick Jonas commanded the stage. Earlier in the week, Sarah Jessica Parker looked straight out of an episode of Sex and the City and Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro filmed a confusing movie scene. Keep reading to see all that and more! »
We hold these truths to be self-evident: Girls is this generation's Sex and the City. So says Taylor Swift, anyway, who also told Rolling Stone that she identifies as a Shoshanna. (Lena Dunham thinks she's more of a "Hannah, minus the horrid sexual behavior.") Vulture spoke with Zosia Mamet, who plays Shoshanna, at a Cantor Fitzgerald 9/11 charity event, where we asked the actress about Swift's self-diagnosis. "I don’t know her, like, on a day-to-day basis. I don’t know what the hair regime is like, so I couldn’t say," said Mamet, who was there raising money for the Atlantic Theater Company and Acting School. "But I was thrilled to hear that, and for Shoshanna, I was extra thrilled, because I think that she would wet herself and then happily die if she heard that." »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
The latest "Sesame Street" music video features the wondrous Janelle Monáe, and it's just what you need on a Friday afternoon. Bert's bumming, Cookie Monster is burning his snacks, Big Bird can't dunk a basketball, and the Two-Headed Monster can't seem to find the beat. It's easy to be discouraged, but just as they're all about to toss in the towel, Monáe appears in a stylin' tuxedo to teach them about "The Power of Yet." It's catchy, groovy, and completely adorable - and the perfect song to go with the 45th anniversary of the long-running show!
Monáe isn't the first musician to visit Sesame Street, and she surely won't be the last. Check out some of the other stand-out appearances from years past, »
- Jenni Miller
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Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s unsuspecting newlywed will invite Johnston’s coworker character “to spend the night, because she is going through a tough time…but he »
After seven seasons, the battles between vampires and humans in the small Louisiana town of Bon Temps came to an end with the series finale of True Blood. For many fans of the show, it’s been difficult to say goodbye, but a return to the vampiric community is possible with HBO’s upcoming release of True Blood: The Complete Series and True Blood: The Complete Seventh Season to Blu-ray and DVD.
HBO will release both True Blood: The Complete Series and True Blood: The Complete Seventh Season to home media on November 11th. The Complete Series Blu-ray box set can be purchased for $299.99, complete with 33 discs and all previously released bonus features from past seasons, including 40 audio commentaries.
The Complete Seventh Season Blu-ray will include behind-the-scenes bonus features of the bittersweet last days during the show’s 10-episode final season. We have the official press »
- Derek Anderson
There are so many perfectly Swiftian moments in Rolling Stone's cover story on Taylor Swift, but none more perfect than this one. Thanks to her brand-new Tribeca apartment, Swift swears by Bff (and NYC native) Lena Dunham's Girls as "her Sex and the City." And in case you were wondering, she's a Shosh:As a recent New York transplant in her mid-twenties, Swift says Girls is like her Sex and the City. "I could label all my girlfriends as Shoshannas, Jessas, Marnies or Hannahs," she says. And which would she be? "I've thought about this a lot," she says. A pause. "I'm Shoshanna." She seems resigned to this. "Shoshanna gets excited about things, she's really girly. And when she was in a relationship that was very comfortable, she made the decision to get out and go experience new things on her own. And now she's becoming more sure of herself »
- Lindsey Weber
Summer movie season is a magic time of year when Hollywood traditionally rolls out its most appealing merchandise. It’s true that some summer movie seasons are better than others. This is our ranking of all the summer movie seasons since 1980 from worst to best.
On January 20th, 1975, Steven Spielberg and Universal Studios released Jaws. The movie landscape would be forever changed from that date. Jaws is widely credited as being the first blockbuster film because it was the first movie to make over $100 million (non-adjusted). The fact that the film had a meager $8 million budget meant that it was a huge cash cow for the studio and rocketed Spielberg to the the forefront of a new generation of filmmakers for a new era of movie mass-consumption. George Lucas and Spielberg followed up in 1977 with Star Wars, which became a sensational and very profitable hit. It helped to convince production »
- email@example.com (G.S. Perno)
Boardwalk Empire begins in 1920. Its lead character, Nucky Thompson, is on top of the world. History is bending in his direction. He has established an elaborate criminal conspiracy that will funnel an addictive drug (alcohol) directly into the mouths of its consumers (most of America), all of it untaxed. What could go wrong?
Boardwalk Empire began in 2010. Its network, HBO, was on top of the world. It was coming off a decade which you could, with only a bit of hyperbole, referred to as the HBO decade. The Sopranos redefined what television could be; so did Sex and the City, »
- Darren Franich
Watch out, Roy! Austin Butler has landed a major recurring role on the CW's Arrow, E! News has learned, and he'll waste no time in finding a love interest when he makes his debut in Starling City! Butler, who was last seen wooing Carrie Bradshaw on the network's shortlived (but critically adored) Sex and the City prequel series The Carrie Diaries, is set to play Chase, a charismatic DJ whose talent and wiles will catch the attention of Thea (Willa Holland). And their professional relationship will quickly blossom into a romance after he makes his first appearance in episode seven. Hm...something tells us Chase had better watch his back, seeing as how Thea's ex- boyfriend Roy (Colton Haynes) »
Fox is getting into business with Carrie Underwood.
The network is developing a six-hour limited event series based on the singer’s hit single “Two Black Cadillacs,” our sister site Deadline reports.
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The project explores a murderous love triangle, featuring two scorned women, in the modern South.
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* Lifetime has two more Flowers In the Attic films in the pipeline, per The Hollywood Reporter. If There »
Didn't get your fill of incest from Lifetime's Flowers in the Attic movie or its sequel Petals on the Wind? You're in luck, because Lifetime is revisiting the Dollanganger siblings for a third movie! The network has just greenlit the movie adaptation for author V.C. Andrews' third book in the Flowers in the Attic series, If There Be Thorns, which will premiere in 2015. And once again, both of the lead roles have been recast to star older actors. So who is set to play Christopher and Cathy Dollanganger this time around? According to THR, Sex and the City star Jason Lewis (a.k.a. Samantha's man!) has been cast as Christopher, while Rachael Carpani will play Cathy. Lewis is taking over the »
It's official: Lifetime is moving forward with its third Flowers in the Attic movie. After announcing in March that the third and fourth books in the series were in development, the female-skewing cable network has greenlighted TV movie If There Be Thorns, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The third novel in V.C. Andrews' Flowers in the Attic series, If There Be Thorns follows Christopher (Jason Lewis, Sex and the City, Brothers & Sisters) and Cathy Dollanganger (Rachael Carpani, McLeod’s Daughters) as they live together as man and wife in California with Cathy’s two sons, who are unaware of the nature of their parents’ relationship. Mason Cook (Legends) will play Cathy’s
- Lesley Goldberg
[As you probably already know, starting on Thursday, August 21, Fxx is running the Every Simpsons Ever Marathon, running through all 552 episodes of "The Simpsons," plus "The Simpsons Movie." To aid in your viewing process, Team HitFix is selecting our favorite episodes from each day, plus an episode or two that you can skip and use as a bathroom or nap break.] Day 7 of Fxx's Every Simpsons Ever Marathon goes from "Simpsons Tall Tales" (the end of Season 12) through to "The President Wore Pearls" (the beginning of Season 15). I must admit: The "Simpsons" fans on Team HitFix are beginning to drop like flies. Josh Lasser's fandom carried through the Tomacco episode, but no further. David Lewis wrote a blurb here for "Simpsons Tall Tales," the episode he says ended his active support of the show. Fortunately, Sepinwall and I had a pair of favorites apiece and Katie Hasty also had a preferred episode, so we've got some recommendations for you, plus a couple episodes you can avoid. [And while I only wrote up two episodes I love, there are at least 10 more that I'll be happy to rewatch if I'm around and another 10 more that I'd enjoy having on in the background. Possibly more. This may be the worst period for "The Simpsons" thus far, but I'll always maintain that middling-to-poor "Simpsons" is still more rewatchable than nearly anything else on TV.] Check out our recommendations for Day 7 and chime in with your own favorites... Katie Hasty Recommends: "She Of Little Faith" (3 a.m.) Episode #275 Why »
- Daniel Fienberg, Alan Sepinwall, Dave Lewis and Katie Hasty
Jeff Jensen: Melissa, for all the self-serving yet correct talk about how expansive and diverse and ambitious television has become over the past few years, the Emmys made TV seem rather small last night.
Maybe I lost my sense of humor over the summer (too much Rectify and Ferguson, I guess), but Seth Meyers didn’t work for me. The Late Night comedian—at his best when seated behind a desk, gleefully reading his sharp, tart jokes and engaging guests with smart chat—kept the show flowing and didn’t fumble. He was an effective game manager, but nothing more. »
- EW staff
Bibb portrays a character immobilized by a car crash who’s brushed off by everyone she can count on. She persuades her ex-boyfriend (Sadoski) to take care of her, much to the chagrin of his current girlfriend (Gilpin).
It’s the directorial debut for Tuccillo, who co-wrote the bestseller “He’s Just Not That Into You” and wrote on HBO’s “Sex and the City.”
- Dave McNary
Entertainment One Films has acquired North American rights to Liz Tuccillo’s Take Care, the romantic comedy that stars Leslie Bibb and Thomas Sadoski. A late 2014 release is in the works. Tuccillo, who co-wrote the bestseller He’s Just Not That Into You and wrote on HBO’s Sex And The City, served as writer and producer and made her directorial debut on the romantic comedy, which premiered at SXSW this year.
Bibb plays Frannie, who is immobilized after a car crash and she brushed off by everyone she can count on. Desperate, she persuades her ex-boyfriend (Sadoski) to take care of her much to the chagrin of his current girlfriend (Betty Gilpin). Marin Ireland, Nadia Dajani, Michael Stahl-David and Tracee Chimo co-star. Bibb and Grace Naughton also produced along with exec producers John Melfi, Sixteen19’s Jonathan Hoffman and Pete Conlin.
The deal was negotiated for eOne Films by Katharyn Howe. »
- The Deadline Team
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