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I should have heeded the very serious man’s warning ahead of the new episode of The Blacklist on Monday: “Graphic content” “viewer discretion” Blah Blah. Nbd.
But, as it turns out, his warning was not just for the pearl-clutchers of the world. The episode was rather disgusting. In one scene, for example, Red dragged a rapidly bleeding Ressler to his FBI-issued glass safety cube so he could treat Ressler for his injuries after being shot. And among the procedures he had to carry out? A wound cauterization that involved gun powder, a lighter, and my horrified screams. Then there was that execution scene… »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Kendall Jenner and her little sister Kylie are unhappy with their critics. The teen reality TV stars say they are too smart to get into trouble. The young 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' stars have hit back at their critics and finally addressed rumours they allegedly used fake IDs to get into an over-21s nightclub with topless dancers in Hollywood last week. In a lengthy rant on her Twitter page on Wednesday (23.10.13), budding model Kendall, 17, wrote: ''I am so done with everyone making my little sister and I out to be something that we are not. ''No one has fake ID's and no one's partying. ''We're smarter than that, we have goals...'' She added: ''Get over it.'' Kylie, 16, also insisted she and Kendall plan to make their family proud of them by being good role models. She tweeted: ''I'm sorry to disappoint, but »
Interactive project Get Over It wins Pixel Pitch cash prize.
Power to the Pixel has revealed that Get Over It has won the Arte International Prize for the Pixel Pitch.
The project developed by writer, director and producer Paula Schargorodsky and creative producer Rabia Williams, was awarded the $8,200 (€6,000) prize at the 7th Cross-Media Forum (Oct 15-18), run in association with the 57th BFI London Film Festival.
It saw off competition from seven other international projects that were presented before leading figures and experts from cross-media, financing and distribution backgrounds.
Get Over It is described as “a humorous, participative, ceremonial interactive experience and intimate transmedia project,” where participants and collaborating artists share their stories of disappointments in love which will become a collective mechanical installation.
The idea for the interactive website and mechanical installation, originated from the feature documentary Girl Behind the Camera.
Liz Rosenthal, CEO of Power to the Pixel, said: “We have »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
This is actually a fair-minded, democratic and only quasi-promotional snapshot of Iceland's working life – yawn
Little wonder that tactless buyers at Asda rubber-stamped the rapidly withdrawn "Mental Patient" fancy dress costume when "mental" is routinely worn as a badge of gregarious honour. However, while it used to be the office clown, the factory jester or the shopfloor livewire who boasted, "I'm mental, I am", these days a wacky workplace sign might read: You don't have to be mad to be the CEO here, but it helps. For evidence, think of "real-life David Brent" Neville Wilshire in BBC3's breakout hit The Call Centre. The loony gaffer of a battery nuisance farm in Swansea has ensured the documentary a second series, promotion to BBC1 and, for Nev himself, a book deal. Could Malcolm Walker, maverick chief executive officer of high-street value freezeporium Iceland, follow him to cult success? The makers of »
- Andrew Collins
The Vampire Diaries Episode 502
Written By: Brian Young
Directed By: Joshua Butler
Original Airdate: 10 October 2013
In This Episode...
Katherine flags down a car for help. The woman is one of Silas’ mind control zombies, and she tries to grab her. Katherine knocks her out but is surprised at how much it hurts to do that as a human. Then Matt happens along with a rifle. He and Jeremy tie up Katherine and drive out of town. When they stop for gas, Jeremy takes pity on her and unties her so she can go to the bathroom. Matt goes inside to buy some medicine for Katherine’s sinus infection, and the clerk recognizes her through the window. Katherine tries to run but Jeremy catches her while Matt neutralizes the clerk. The three of them continue out of town, but the clerk sends a text to Silas.
In an effort »
- Alyse Wax
The Fox network execs are becoming increasingly beloved here at SciFiMafia.com, as today they announced more good news: Sleepy Hollow has been renewed for a second season. It’s the first Fox show of the season to get a renewal, which shows their faith in the new show that is my favorite of the season.
There is one downside, however; their renewal now for a 13-episode Season 2 means that Season 1 will remain a 13-episode season, and won’t get a “back nine” pickup. But that’s okay, 13-episode seasons tend to be tighter, and Yay It’S Been Renewed.
Here are the deets about the pickup, the viewing numbers – they’re great – and the next episode, after this great screenshot from that next episode:
Fox Awakens Season Two Of Hit Drama Series “Sleepy Hollow” Premiere Episode Surpasses 22 Million Viewers Across Platforms Next All-New Episode Airs Monday, October 7, on Fox »
- Erin Willard
Selection of cross-media projects to compete for awards.
Power to the Pixel (PttP) has named the 30 cross-media projects from around the world selected to take part in The Pixel Market 2013 (Oct 16-17), the finance and co-production market held during the Cross-Media Forum (Oct 15-18) in association with the BFI London Film Festival.
Eight titles have been selected to compete for the Arte International Prize for The Pixel Pitch, an award of €6,000 ($8,100), announced at a ceremony on Oct 17. The titles include:
Art with Mati & Dada
Giovanna Bo and Roberto Braga, Achtoons s.r.l. (Italy)
The Baghdad Station
Paula Schardorodsky, Rabia Williams - TalaTala (Argentina-Spain)
Netwars - Out of Ctrl
Saskia Kress, Filmtank GmbH (Germany)
Life and Mind of Mark LeFriest/ Breaking the Box
Soundtrack of the World
Lisa Gray, Martyn Ware, The Feds »
- email@example.com (Michael Rosser)
Battle of the Year (or as a good friend of mine has preemptively titled it, The Greatest Story Ever Danced, is in theaters for you to consume before “Oscar season” kicks into high gear. And I’m not here to talk about it at all. Or films like it. Because you expect dancing in a movie about dancing. You expect dancing in musicals. But I like the unexpected. I like it when dancing breaks out of nowhere, when it jumps out of the dark like a cat in a horror-movie closet and then disappears after a few minutes, as though every element of the film, both human and inanimate, in thought and deed, collectively agreed that it never happened. Here are some personal favorites… (500) Days of Summer There’s a blip of a teen comedy from 2001 called Get Over It...
- Dave White
Chrissy Teigen is defending her sexy naked photo with fiancé John Legend. Earlier today, the 27-year-old model retweeted a black and white pic of herself and Legend in bed. In the shot from his upcoming music video "All of Me," Teigen shows her bare breast and nipple while laying next to her man. "Literally everyone has a nipple," Teigen tweeted several hours after sharing the revealing pic with the world. "Get over it. #nipple #get #over #it #getoverit" Legend originally tweeted the photo with the caption, "Love your curves and all your edges." Pic from the video shoot (slightly Nsfw) @chrissyteigen @nabildo." Teigen then retweeted the message and racy »
Despite the 43-year-old star's exit being met with a chorus of boos, we've found seven highlights of Sophie's stay in the house below.
Louie Spence wasn't going to let it drop. After already denying it during a previous conversation, Louie accused the model of lying about having Botox injections again during nominations, which were later screened to squirming housemates.
Sophie again denied it and promptly told the dancer to "get over it", scoffing that she couldn't believe that that was the only reason as to why he had put her up for nomination.
He retorted that that was the only bit Big Brother »
They were involved in a confrontation after Big Brother screened this week's nominations to the house.
In his nomination, he accused the model of creating drama in the house and added that she has lied about having botox in the past.
Sophie appeared unhappy with the comments and later addressed the issue with Louie in the garden.
She asked him: "Why do you have to be so nasty?"
"Stop lying about your botox! It is obvious you have had it," the dancer responded.
"Who cares, and I am not lying, you need to see pictures of my mum," Sophie said, before going inside the house.
As Sophie walked away, Louie added: "Get over it you f**king botox trout-faced witch."
What do "The Breakfast Club," "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," "Mean Girls," "48 Hrs.," "Gung Ho," "The Money Pit," "Jaws," "Wayne's World," "Get Over It," "Ghost," "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure," "Stand By Me," "Duplex," "Hamlet" and "The Ten Commandments" all have in common?
Until today, practically nothing except for the small fact that they're all movies (duh!). But now — thanks again, internet — they all share in the gift to memedom that is Nicolas Cage. Any movie should be so lucky, right folks?
If you're the kind of web-fiddler who thought Cage Cats circa 2012 was all the rage of hilarity, or maybe you liked it when Nicky Nic infiltrated all those classic movies last year, then this ultimate Nic Cage mashup is just the video for you on this fine Hump Day.
In it, he and all his various Cagephrases come on as everyone from Dobby the House Elf »
- Amanda Bell
Mila Kunis turns 30 on Wednesday (Aug. 14). In order to celebrate the actress' life and long career -- she started appearing in movies and television shows as a child -- here are 30 career highlights (and lowlights) from Kunis' 30 years on this planet.
2. "Blood Ties" -- as Natalie (to be released in Oct. 2013)
3. "Family Guy" -- as the voice of Meg Griffin (1999-present)
4. "Oz the Great and Powerful" -- as Theodora (2013)
5. "Ted" -- as Lori Collins (2012)
6. "Robot Chicken" -- multiple parts (2005-2011)
7. "Friends with Benefits" -- as Jamie (2011)
9. "Date Night" -- as Whippit (2010)
10. "The Book of Eli" -- as Solara (2010)
11. "Extract" -- as Cindy (2009)
12. "Max Payne" -- as Mona Sax (2008)
13. "Boot »
To celebrate the August 19th release of brand new pop punk compilation Teenage Dirtbags, we have 3 copies of the rock-filled double album to give away to three lucky readers.
The album features pop punk classics, and tub-thumping guitar anthems from the likes of New Found Glory, Sum 41, Reel Big Fish and A, with 44 songs of inspired rocky goodness dedicated to celebrating the best the genre has ever offered.
The attitude-heavy compilation is a must for fans of bands like Blink 182, Smash Mouth and P.O.D. and is the perfect way to celebrate the golden era of pop punk, when jeans were baggier, hoodies were hoodier and only the people who didn’t care about being cool had tattoos.
Here’s a megamix of exactly what you can expect from the CD…
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- Simon Gallagher
One of my more memorable interview calls took place last week when I picked up the phone and heard “Thrill Me!” on the other side. Of course, Night of the Creeps fans will instantly remember Tom Atkins’ famous line and I had a chance to talk with him about “Creeps” and a number of his 80′s horror films.
Continue reading to learn about his experience on the set of Creepshow with Stephen King, find out what he thinks about Halloween III after all these years, and we have details on where you can meet him later this week:
When you starred in movies like the Fog or Halloween III, did you think that they would have such a strong following thirty years later?
- Jonathan James
A player picks up the ball near the halfway line and is only faced with one defender, he knows he’s substantially faster than him so he boots the ball a good 10 metres in front of himself and easily makes up the distance. He runs and lashes the ball from along the ground into the opposite corner of the goal, the keeper flaps the wrong way and watches helplessly as his net ripples away.
For anyone that plays football this happens about 10 times a season, but for one man from Wales it was the making of his career.
There’s no doubting that Gareth Bale has talent and it could easily be argued that he is the best in the world at his position right now, but there’s definitely no way he’s worth £100 million even in today’s market where Andy Carroll fetches £35,000,000 and James Milner is worth »
- Tom Durrant
NBA player Baron Davis has claimed that he was abducted by aliens a few weeks ago. Davis claims to have been driving from Las Vegas to Los Angeles when he met the nose-poking extraterrestrials.
The story came up when Davis was a guest on "The Champs Podcast" on Thursday (July 11). While the hosts questioned the basketball player's story, Davis stuck to the tale from beginning to end.
What exactly happened?
In Baron Davis' own words, the close encounter went something like this:
"I was on my way from Vegas here to La ... I'm a little tired and s***. And I see this light, and I think it's a big-a** truck. Then next thing you know, dude, like I was in this f***ing steel thing ... These f***ing crazy-looking people -- half-human, half-f***ing ugly mother-f*****s ... Dude, they were poking me on my nose and they were like looking me in my eyes. »
There's a reason Kanye West hates the paparazzi so much -- it's a terrible reason -- but a reason nonetheless ... and it stems from a few rotten eggs, TMZ has learned. It's no secret Kanye's been running on a short fuse since at least 2008, when he smashed a TMZ camera at Lax. After that, he vowed to have a more peaceful relationship with the media ... but that all changed in 2012. Sources close to Kanye tell »
- TMZ Staff
Every week, EW will imagine a sequel to a movie that we wish would happen — no matter how unlikely the idea really is.
There’s a great scene in the opening moments of Robert Altman’s The Player where Tim Robbins’ puddle-deep studio exec is taking pitches from a grizzled old screenwriter played by Buck Henry. “Okay, here it is…,” the hack begins. “The Graduate… Part II. … 25 years later.” It’s supposed to be funny, and it is, especially since Buck Henry himself was nominated for an Oscar for co-writing The Graduate in 1967. It became even funnier — or sadder? — in »
- Jeff Labrecque
Sometime around the mid-nineties, the classic high school-set coming-of-age movie shrugged off its emotional resonance and turned into a genre marked by nonsensical dance scenes (She’s All That), poorly-adapted takes on Shakespeare plays (Get Over It), perfectly-adapted takes on Jane Austen novels (Clueless, and no, I will never apologize for my love for Clueless), cheerleader-driven narratives (Bring It On), and embarrassing outings that even James Franco wants to expunge from his resume (Whatever It Takes). Yet, slowly, the influence of such genre heroes as Cameron Crowe and John Hughes is bubbling back up, and the possibility that the real, sweet, funny, dramatic, and honest high school film isn’t dead just yet seems stronger than ever. As someone who grew up on a steady, TBS-fed diet of Crowe and Hughes films, the resurrection of the great coming-of-age production is music (Peter Gabriel, naturally) to my ears. A recent example of the rise of the emotionally rich »
- Kate Erbland
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