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Kristen Stewart: I’m Sexually Assertive Like In ‘On The Road’

26 December 2012 9:26 AM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Kristen has been shocking us with many admissions and transformations this year — from her scandalous infidelity to her style evolution, we are finally getting a glimpse of who the once ‘closed off’ star truly is!

Kristen Stewart sometimes appears awkward — she’ll even admit it! It’s almost uncomfortable to watch her speak in front of large crowds, and on top of that, hard to grasp the fact that she can preform so well on screen when she seems so shy otherwise. The On The Road actress admits that she shares a lot of the sexual qualities her character MaryLou possesses. 

While Kristen, 22, admits that she can find a piece of her inside every one of her characters, including Bella Swan of Twilight, she goes on to tell Kyle Buchanan of that as surprising as it may seem, in her new free-spirit role in On the Road, she »

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Madonna Gets "Naked"

9 December 2012 2:44 PM, PST | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Sneak Peek a print campaign for Madonna's second fragrance "Naked", from her "Truth or Dare" collection.

The ad is similar to another pose by the singer for her notorious book "Sex", published 20 years ago.

"Naked" is a woody floral scent.

The top notes are honeysuckle, peach blossom, neroli, vanilla orchid, cocoa flower, lily of the valley, cedar and sandlewood.

The singer collaborated with perfume maker Stephen Nilsen on the new scent, distributed by Coty, Inc.

Click the images to enlarge »

- M. Stevens

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Madonna Goes Nude For Fragrance Ad: Just Like Her ‘Sex’ Book Circa 1992

21 November 2012 7:08 AM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

The singer, no stranger to controversy, has taken inspiration from her her racy coffee table book, Sex, released 20 years ago, for her new perfume campaign Truth or Dare: Naked. Do You think the ad is too racy? Sound off below! Madonna, 54, poses nude in a similar pose to the one she did for her Sex book nearly 20 years ago, and really looks hotter than ever! The photo features a black bar across her breasts with the words 'Naked: a new fragrance' on the front, replacing the jeweled pasties and panties from the original image. Madonna looks nearly identical to her 34-year-old self in the ad for the fragrance. The perfume is the second in her Truth or Dare collection and contains a woody floral scent with notes of honeysuckle, peach blossom, neroli, vanilla orchid, cocoa flower, lily of the valley, cedar, benzoin, oud accord and sandlewood. The scent was »

- Jennifer Tzeses

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Review: Free Pass for "The Sessions"

29 October 2012 7:30 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

This review was originally published in my column at Towleroad...

When Madonna's "Sex" book turned twenty last week, a common thread of blog coverage was 'tame by today's standards' and I wondered which new standards other people were living by that I wasn't privy to? I'm not talking about private culture -- people have been seeing strangers naked long before Grindr or easily clickable pornography -- but about mainstream entertainment. Which mainstream female celebrity has been running around aggressively in her birthday suit lately? We've hardly made great strides at accepting female sexuality since then. Proof positive: the current political debates. The male body has, on the other hand, become more commonly objectified two decades on but penis sightings are still as rare as they were in the "Sex" book and people continue to make a big flaccid point of being shocked whenever they're visually reminded of their existence. »


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c'mon. take another little piece of my link, babe

24 October 2012 7:11 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Next Movie Evan Rachel Wood & Juliette Lewis would rather they play Janis Joplin than Amy Adams! Agree?

Hark! A Vagrant stops for Quiz Time with Queen Elizabeth. If only Elizabeth: The Golden Age was this (intentionally) funny!

Stale Popcorn loves the costumes of Argo (as do I) 

Playlist will we see a Fincher-helmed sequel to The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. So many questions. So few answers but I am going to say a hard "yes" on my guesswork on this one. I have my reasons. 

Salon wonders if horror has reached a new golden age and whether European (Spanish to be precise) cinema is to blame. 

i09 Wally Pfister, the Oscar winning cinematographer of Chris Nolan's filmography will direct his own feature now. Johnny Depp to star.

/Film Zero Dark Thirty and Stand Up Guys have adjusted their release plans to barely show in 2012 but still be Oscar players. »


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Bond-a-Thond #20: 'Die Another Day' (2002)

24 October 2012 1:22 PM, PDT | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

MTV Movies Blog is earning its license to kill with a feature we call the Bond-a-Thond. Every Wednesday we're taking a look back at a single (official) Bond film, giving you the vitals and seeing how it holds up, right up until the release of "Skyfall" on November 9. Feel free to watch along with us and share your thoughts or just kick back and enjoy the Bond.

Die Another Day (2002)

Plot: When Bond's cover is blown in North Korea, resulting in his capture and torture, he must uncovered the mole within MI6.

Title Meaning: Bond speaks the line to Gustav Graves after figuring out his true identity.

Song: "Die Another Day," performed by Madonna

Bond: Pierce Brosnan in his final appearance as Bond

Villains: Gustav Graves, a British diamond magnate, played by Toby Stephens, and Zao, some dude with diamonds in his face, played by Rick Yune

Bond Girls: Jinx Johnson, »

- Kevin P. Sullivan

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AfterElton Briefs: Cher Leaks, "Arrow" Gets a Full Quiver, and Behind The Alan Turing Movie

22 October 2012 4:08 PM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Birthday shoutouts go to Jesse Tyler Ferguson (above), who is 37, Marc Shaiman is 53, Bill Condon is 57, Catherine Deneuve is 69, and Annette Funicello is 70.A Day in Gay America 2012: Are You Ready? Towleroad has a leak of an unfinished Cher track, and apparently she's not happy about it.

After two airings, The CW has given a full season order for Arrow. In ratings news, The Walking Dead slipped just slightly from its monstrous debut.In more ratings news, Once Upon A Time, Revenge, and 666 Park Avenue were all up from last week.Madonna's Sex Came Out 20 Years Ago.Codebreaker: Why I Made a Film About Alan Turing, the Gay 'Father of Computer Science'

Below you can see "Runaway Love," the new release from Diamond Rings.

Below you can see CNN anchor Carol Costello respond to Bryan Fischer and his "Gay Gestapo" accusation.

Below you can see the Nsfw episode »

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At the Linkies

8 September 2012 5:23 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Devine Wrath fills out our summer report card with love for Brave and Cosmopolis among others

The Many Rantings of John also shares his summer movie crushes: Charlize's eyes, Jeremy's arms, Channing's everything...

Boy Culture Madonna endorses Obama, wears her politics on her sleeve back

PopWatch a Sex & The City for gays* called Hunting Season. *As if the original wasn't?

Cinema Blend Katey's Operation Kino podcast takes on Bachelorette. They all hated it but the discussion is interesting... the way they're forced to really grapple with their negative feelings.

Movie|Line thinks Rebel Wilson (Bachelorette, Pitch Perfect) is the most interesting person in Hollywood right now

Pajiba "the first five people I'd audition for a film about Amy Poehler & Will Arnett's marriage"

Hollywood Elsewhere Joe Wright calls Anna Karenina "a ballet with words" and claims influence from the great filmmaking team of Powell & Pressburger (The Red Shoes / Black Narcissus »


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Morning Meme: "It Gets Better" Gets An Emmy, "Husbands" and The Straightening, and Matthew Mitcham's "Twists and Turns"

30 August 2012 5:36 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

A couple of notes. First the above picture doesn’t really show it, but the animal park at Hershey, like the amusement park, is in the center of the city. That monstrous elk is 20 feet from the back decks of some houses. I can just imagine dinner parties – "What's that smell?" Oh, just the elk in the back yard.

snicks has personal business today and will not be able to liveblog Days of Our Lives, but he will have a wrap up tomorrow..

Country star John Rich got into a Twitter argument with Clay Aiken about some tweets from Aiken that he felt were racist. Aiken had tweeted “Playing drinking game with my brother now. We drink every time we see a black person on screen at the Rnc convention. #soberasamormon.” Did Aiken cross the line?

Collector's Weekly has a stunning read on turn-of-the-century artist J.C. Leyendecker, whose homoerotic »

- lostinmiami

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Straight Up: The 10 Greatest Winners of MTV's "Best Female Video" Award

27 August 2012 12:52 PM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

So, get this: I have reverence for the MTV Music Video Awards. If you check their history of winners (and ignore some key, depressing anomalies), they routinely honor the correct people. Since this year's ceremony on September 6 is just a couple of weeks away, we're celebrating with a new celebration of the VMAs' past: a list of the best 10 winners of the coveted "Best Female Video" trophy. For a refresher course in the history of the category, check this out. For a definitive list of the best lady videos' of the past 30 years, check below.

10. Cyndi Lauper, "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"

She's so unusual, indeed -- Cyndi Lauper whipped her block into a swishy, she-bopping frenzy in "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," and while her punky chutzpah certainly warranted MTV award credibility, she deserved every award for out-snarling Elvis and offering killer pipes, to boot.

9. k.d. »

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Madonna Faces $10.5M Lawsuit for 'Moral Damage'

17 August 2012 3:27 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

It's another day, another threatened lawsuit for pop legend Madonna. Members of multiple activists groups in Russia said Friday that they are filing a $10.5 million lawsuit against the former Material Girl, claiming that Madonna's recent concert in St. Petersburg caused "moral damage" to the city's residents. A spokeswoman for the Union of Russian Citizens, one of the groups threatening to sue the singer, told the Russian news agency Ria Novosti that Madonna's views, as expressed at the concert, "contradict the Russian culture." Also read: Madonna, Author of "Sex" and Singer of "Erotica," »

- Tim Kenneally

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Morning Meme: When Chris Hardwick Met Nph, Shia Labeouf Explains Why He Got Naked For that Video, and Did Chick-fil-a Keep Adam Lambert From Winning "American Idol?"

15 August 2012 5:01 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

I'll be filling in for Ed today and tomorrow while he continues his journey of self-discovery.

What happens when a Broadway star supports Chick-Fil-a?

Remembering Sister Boom-Boom, divine hell-raiser.

There's good news in the kidnapping case of Isabella Miller-Jenkins. "A Mennonite minister was found guilty on Tuesday of aiding and abetting international kidnapping by helping a woman flee to Nicaragua with her daughter to evade court orders giving visitation rights to her former lesbian partner." I've been following this case since it started, and hopefully this is just the beginning of prosecutions.

Inside The Rapidly Growing World Of Cat Fashion Modeling.

Squee! Raiders Of The Lost Ark is set to be released for an exclusive one-week engagement in select IMAX theaters beginning September 7th.

Don't kill the messenger: Are anal tattoos the next big thing?

Did Chick-fil-a keep Adam Lambert from winning American Idol? "While every measurable indicator favored an »

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LatinoBuzz: Interview with Marialy Rivas

8 August 2012 3:21 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Who wins the World Cinema Screenwriting Award at Sundance and accepts it with: “I don’t speak very well English, but I want to say thanks and have a lot of sex”? Marialy Rivas does. That’s how dope she is. Marialy is part of a new generation of Chilean filmmakers such as Pablo Larrain, Cristian Jimenez, Dominga Sotomayor and Alicia Scherson, that are a re-birth in the country’s cinema much like La Nouvelle Vague. It’s provocative, daring, exciting and it’s especially non conforming. Her feature debut, the hyperactive and sexy ‘Joven Y Alocada’ (‘Young And Wild’)(Isa: Elle Driver) had its New York premiere recently at NewFest.

LatinoBuzz:How can you best describe the wave of young daring filmmakers that are coming out of Chile? Where did it come from? And is it a result of a generation of artists that were born under the dictatorship?

 Marialy Rivas:I think that we had great Chilean filmmakers during the 70's that where killed during the dictatorship, only a few like Raul Ruiz or Patricio Guzman survived but they were exiled or they move to other countries in fear for their lives. All Cinema Schools were closed. Somehow, after more than 20 years of democracy, finally there is a new wave of filmmakers able to reconnect with those voices that were erased from our lives. The support of the State through grants (that mostly seeks a strong art proposal), the fact that we are all first timers and that there is no "industry" in the country has two consequences that I guess are resulting in a good mix; in one hand we are very free because we have no proper training or the pressures to answer to any kind of industry standard and at the same time because our country is small and so far away we are very conscious that we have to have a loud and clear voice to speak to the world. 

 LatinoBuzz: Why film?

Marialy Rivas:Because I was never able to love anything else. When I was 7 years old I decided to become a filmmaker, it felt like a calling and I have pursued that calling my whole life. In retrospective I think it had a lot to do with the fact that my parents around that age kicked off the TV from the house so I started going to the movies, any kind of movies three times a weeks. I remember being 10 or 12 and going alone to watch an American blockbuster like "No Retreat, No Surrender" and the next day Andrey Tarkovskiy's ‘Offret’. It felt like a ritual, like something so personal and intimate that was only mine, it was like being in love.

LatinoBuzz:If you could re-make a film which is it and who do you cast? 

Marialy Rivas:I would do Saló all over again with American indie stars like Carey Mulligan, Fassbender, Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Gosling so they get fully naked all together once and for all.

LatinoBuzz:If two filmmakers were lovers and named their child Marialy Rivas, who are they?

 Marialy Rivas: I wish my dad was Godard and my mom Leni Riefenstahl (scary) or a fantastic mom can also be Gus Van Sant.

LatinoBuzz:What song describes you best? 

MarialyRivas: A mash up between ‘Gracias a la Vida’ by Violeta Parra and ‘Erotica’ by Madonna.

 LatinoBuzz: Is there a film from your childhood that you thought was great but in retrospect was so goddamn awful?

Marialy Rivas:I was in love with Footloose, the story of this guy rebelling against the town religious craziness just killed me. I watched again with a friend like a week ago and realized that it wasn’t as good as in my memory, specially the camera and the light work. I keep loving the story and the dance scenes though.

I also used to watch “The Sound of Music” once a week on my neighbors house, we did planed to make it as a musical with all the kids from the Neighborhood. That one I still love very much.

LatinoBuzz:When you make a film, are you thinking about receiving acceptance?

Marialy Rivas:I think the experience of cinema is not complete till it arrives to an audience, is the coronation of the experience; you are ultimately having a conversation with them. I moved to NY for a couple of years and I remember being in the middle of the street standing up between hundreds of people passing me by. I kept thinking, we are crossing each other for this split tiny second and never again, I felt like hugging each one of them. And there I thought, “I hope that when I make a movie I will be able to reach out to most of them.

Acceptance is not what I think about though, I fall in love with the stories, madly in love and I can't think or do anything else, but I do wanna connect with an audience at the end, to show them the beauty I saw in the story to begin with, to provoke them, to communicate with them in as many ways as possible. 

LatinoBuzz:What was the happiest moment in your life?

Marialy Rivas: Uff, so many. I am a very happy person I must say. If I have to summarize I can recount three:

1.    The first time I had sex.

2.    When they called me from Cannes to tell me I was being selected in the official competition with my short film ‘Blokes’.

3.    When I was driving home after my last birthday this April and this feeling of perfection suddenly hit me. It was like a state of grace. Nothing in particular triggered it, I wasn’t drunk or high, I just realized how wonderful my life was and I was so deeply grateful and in joy for it that I stay up till 10am looking at the ceiling crying and smiling (again I don’t drink or do drugs and I’m not a hippie either).

LatinoBuzz: Let’s say Pablo Neruda and Matilde invited you over to their home on La Isla Negra. Who’s your date and what wine do you take?

Marialy Rivas: I imagine taking a modern version of Amelia Earhart with the face and body of Greta Garbo (yes, I aim high) and Vino Navegado, a Chilean preparation of hot wine, orange, cinnamon and more, to be able to actually drink it.

LatinoBuzz: Five years from now people will people say about Marialy?

Marialy Rivas: Wow, I wish they were talking at least about two more movies that I have done. Ah! And: How hot and smart her wife is and such beautiful kids!

For info on ‘Joven Y Alocada’ visit:

Written by Juan Caceres and Vanessa Erazo, LatinoBuzz is a weekly feature on SydneysBuzz that highlights emerging and established Latino indie talent and upcoming trends in Latino film with the specific objective of presenting a broad range of Latino voices. Follow @LatinoBuzz on twitter.


- Juan Caceres

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Oxygen's New Series "The Face" Announces Naomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova, Coco Rocha as Coaches and Nigel Barker to Host

26 July 2012 7:09 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Oxygen Media announced that world-famous supermodels Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha will join renowned supermodel and businesswoman Naomi Campbell on “The Face,” a new reality competition series that features aspiring female models in their quest to win the opportunity of becoming “the face” for a well-known brand. This powerhouse trio of supermodel coaches will be responsible for molding, nurturing and transforming the promising contestants as they compete for the career opportunity of a lifetime.   Additionally, famed fashion photographer and former model Nigel Barker will host the series. Oxygen has also tapped Andrew Frank, a veteran showrunner (“The Amazing Race” and “Survivor”), as executive producer. Produced by Shine America, “The Face” is scheduled to air in 2013 and casting for the aspiring models is currently underway. For more information, visit and follow us on Twitter at

Oxygen viewers will gain access inside the world of modeling with “The Face,” which features three teams of models, each led by supermodel coaches Campbell, Kurkova and Rocha. The coaches will scout and choose their teams from aspiring young models nationwide before guiding them through assignments, which include photo shoots, runway shows and commercials for some of America’s best known brands. Throughout the series, the supermodel coaches will mentor these young hopefuls taking the lessons and skills they have learned and using them to guide their teams through challenges that accurately depict what it takes to have a career as a model and be the face of a brand. During the process, these young models will be exposed to the very best photographers, stylists and designers in the fashion world. In the end, one girl will be chosen to become ‘The Face’ of a well-known brand, earning a real contract as the brand ambassador. As the image of this brand, the winner will become a spokesperson for that company, representing it from all angles – in print, on-air and at brand-hosted events.

Naomi Campbell (Supermodel Coach)

One of the five original supermodels, Campbell was born in London and caught her break when she was 15 years old. She has graced the covers of more than 500 magazines during her career, and has been featured in campaigns for Burberry, Prada, Versace, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent and Valentino. She was the first black model to appear on the cover of Time magazine, French Vogue and Russian Vogue as well as the first British black model to appear on the cover of British Vogue.  The runway was her domain as she showcased the collections of top designers, including Chanel, Azzedine Alaϊa, Christian Dior and Versace.

Additionally, Campbell has appeared in countless TV shows, music videos and films, including “The Cosby Show,” “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” Madonna’s “Erotica," Bob Marley's "Is This Love" and Michael Jackson's "In The Closet."  Campbell is also responsible for an incredible amount of fundraising and charity work in South Africa and across the globe.  She began charity work with Nelson Mandela in 1993, and in 1997 he named her “Honorary Granddaughter” for endless activism.  In 2005, she established Fashion For Relief and hosted its first charity fashion show to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.  Since its conception in 2005, Fashion For Relief has presented shows in New York, London, Cannes, Moscow, Mumbai and Dar es Salaam, and has raised millions of dollars for various causes.  Additional shows and events are scheduled to take place in Beijing and Hong Kong.

Karolina Kurkova (Supermodel Coach)- @karolinakurkova

Often called one of the last true supermodels, the Czech-born Kurkova has established herself as a fashion and entertainment icon, most notably gracing best-selling covers of fashion magazines worldwide, starring in numerous high-fashion campaigns, co-starring in a hit film franchise, and producing/starring in an international reality TV series.  After becoming the youngest model to grace the cover of American Vogue at age 16, and being lauded as the "next supermodel" by its famed editor Anna Wintour, Kurkova walked the runways of haute couture fashion shows including Alberta Ferretti and Alexander McQueen.  In 2005, she was named one of Victoria Secret's Angels and subsequently received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007.  In 2009, Kurkova starred in the live action film “GI Joe: Rise of the Cobra” and went on to play guest-starring roles on NBC's TV series “Chuck” and “30 Rock.”

More than a beautiful face, Kurkova received an award from the non-profit organization "Women Together" for her humanitarian work. She continues to campaign for the welfare of children through organizations such as AmFar, New Yorkers for Children and Global Youth Action Network. She has also done work on behalf of the Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund and Wounded Warriors.  Married in 2009, Kurkova's proudest accomplishment is the role of mom to her two year-old son, Tobin Jack.

Coco Rocha (Supermodel Coach)- @CocoRocha

Canadian born Supermodel Coco Rocha, a muse to designers Karl Largerfeld, Zac Posen and legendary photographer Steven Meisel, has been a favorite cover girl for high-fashion magazines around the world for the better part of the last decade. One of the world’s most versatile models, Rocha has been featured in campaigns as diverse as Balenciaga, Chanel, Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, H&M, Gap and Banana Republic. The 5’10” blue-eyed stunner, represented by Wilhelmina Models in New York, is a bold-faced name.  She is as well known for strutting runways all over the world as she is for her tireless work with children's charities in Haiti and Cambodia. Rocha is an avid blogger and has positioned herself as one of the most digitally savvy models of her generation with her widely followed blog, Twitter and Facebook. She was the first high fashion model to surpass one million followers on the social media platform Google+.

Nigel Barker (Host)- @NigelBarker

Barker, best known for his participation as a judge and photographer on the reality show “America’s Next Top Model,” is an English author, spokesperson, filmmaker, fashion photographer and former model. A natural fit to host “The Face,” Barker himself modeled for 10 years in London, Milan, Paris and New York City. Because of his modeling, Barker's love for fashion grew, and in 1996 he decided he wanted to become a photographer and opened his own photo studio, StudioNB, in Manhattan. Barker's photo credits include GQ, Interview, Lucky, Tatler, Cover, Town & Country, Seventeen, Nicole MillerTed Baker, Lands' End, Nine West, Lexus, Leviev, Jordache, Beefeater, Pamella Roland, Ford and Sony. Additionally, Barker is involved with the Uso and is a celebrity ambassador for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, the Do Something organization, the United Nations Foundation and Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.

Andrew Frank (Executive Producer)

The Face” is produced by Shine America with Andrew Frank and Eden Gaha serving as executive producers.  Frank recently was the Co-Executive Producer of Expedition Impossible for Mark Burnett Productions and ABC.  Having forged a successful career in both film and Television, Frank has collaborated on such groundbreaking shows as “The Amazing Race,” “Survivor,” “The Contender,” and “Rock Star:inxs,” and has produced more than 100 hours of network television.

About Shine America

Shine America is a world leader in producing and distributing compelling scripted and unscripted television and digital content, building brands through the leveraging of its intellectual property and creating integrated marketing opportunities for advertisers. Shine America is known for popular and award-winning original hit series including “The Biggest Loser,” “Tabatha Takes Over,” “Shear Genius” and “The Buried Life;” adaptations of Shine Group formats “Master Chef,” “One Born Every Minute” and “Parental Control;” long-running scripted hits “The Office,” “Ugly Betty” and “The Tudors,” and over 20 groundbreaking original online series on MSN, Yahoo!, YouTube premium channels and other platforms, many of these produced in partnership with global brands such as Toyota, Kraft Foods, Subway and Microsoft. Through its distribution arm, Shine International, Shine America distributes its extensive library of programming to more than 150 countries.

About Oxygen Media

Oxygen Media is a multiplatform lifestyle brand that delivers relevant and engaging content to young women who like to "live out loud." Oxygen is rewriting the rulebook for women's media by changing how the world sees entertainment from a young woman's point of view. Through a vast array of unconventional and original content, including “The Glee Project,” "Best Ink," "Bad Girls Club" and "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood," the growing cable network is the premier destination to find unique and groundbreaking unscripted programming. “The Glee Project” is a winner of a 2012 Gracie Award which honors programming created for women, by women and about women for “Outstanding Reality Show.” A social media trendsetter, Oxygen is a leading force in engaging modern young women, wherever they are, with popular, award winning features online including the real time social viewing party that is also available as an app for the iPhone and iPad. Oxygen is available in 80 million homes, and can be found online and on mobile devices at Follow us on Twitter at Oxygen Media is a service of NBCUniversal.



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100 Best Things in Pop Culture: No. 67 The Madonna-Gaga Feud

18 July 2012 5:50 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Courting controversy has been in Madonna's bloodstream since the genesis of her career. From the iconic 1984 Vma performance of "Like a Virgin" that found her writhing seductively in a wedding dress to her much-maligned foray into soft-core with the release of the aptly named 1992 coffee table book, Sex, she's been ruffling feathers and challenging social conventions throughout her three decades as a pop idol. Lady Gaga is much newer to the game, and while nobody could accuse her of being a wallflower, she seems more inclined to get attention for wild wardrobe choices (meat dress, anyone?) and arty publicity stunts (her 2011 Grammy red carpet entrance in a giant egg comes to mind) than acts of moral »

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Stripper of the Day: Gilda

17 July 2012 7:45 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

[Editor's Note: While Magic Mike is in theaters we're revisiting memorable stripteases. Here's Jose to talk Gilda.]

When I was thirteen, I found Madonna's Sex on eBay and bought it. Upon its arrival I showed my new prized possession to everyone including my father who for a while seemed enthralled by the Queen. Upon finishing leafing through the book he came over to me and quoted something he'd said to me many times before and it was this:  "I'd rather have a fully clothed Rita Hayworth than a naked Madonna".

I dismissed him. But then a few years later I watched Gilda.

This sexy noir from 1946 has Glenn Ford playing a gambler who perpetuates the classic Hollywood curse that the more you want to run away from someone, the more you'll run into them. His life becomes a living hell when he runs into his ex-lover, the title femme fatale played by Hayworth. The movie mostly concentrates on having them despise and then love each other and along with evil Germans, »

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Morning Meme: Chris Colfer's "Struck By Lightning" Gets Distribution, Adam Carolla Thinks Being Mean To Gays Is Funny, and Meet Travis Wall

20 June 2012 4:36 AM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Tribeca Films has announced that they have acquired the distribution rights for Chris Colfer's Struck By Lightning, and plan a late 2012 release for the film, with day-and-date for Video On Demand. That generally means that they don't plan a wide national opening but only select cities, but it does mean we can all see it.

Remember being told that you needed to wait 30 minutes before going swimming after you eat? Well, your mother lied to you. The Washington Post debunks that and other summer myths.

People living with HIV have a much higher risk of heart attack at a much younger age than people who are HIV negative. It's believed to be related as much to the drugs taken to survive the chronic disease as to the virus itself.

One Million Moms and other conservative groups are crowing after Jc Penney let their chief of marketing go Tuesday after »

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Emmy Watch: 'Happy Endings' EPs reveal Mandonna was almost Sex Pants None the Richer

19 June 2012 6:00 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent - Inside TV news »

Between now and June 28, the deadline for Emmy voters to return nomination ballots, is running a series called Emmy Watch, featuring highlight clips and interviews with actors, producers, and writers whom EW TV critic Ken Tucker has on his wish list for the nominations announcement on July 19.

There’s a moment in Happy Endings’ season 2 finale, “Four Weddings and a Funeral (Minus Three Weddings and a Funeral),” in which guest star Stephen Guarino (as groom Derrick) tells the show’s regulars he doesn’t have time for their endless bantering: “The back and forth, it’s exhausting. I »

- Mandi Bierly

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'That's My Boy': What the Critics Are Saying

15 June 2012 7:16 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Keeping with Adam Sandler's recent theatrical track record, That's My Boy isn't exactly being met with open arms by critics. The father-and-son comedy about an immature young dad wreaking havoc at his adult offspring's wedding, pairs Sandler with fellow Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg, Sex Driver director Sean Anders and Happy Endings scribe David Caspe. Photos: '90s All Over Again: 'That's My Boy' Premiere Draws Sandler, Spade ... and Vanilla Ice The Hollywood Reporter's Justin Lowe acknowledges that fans of Sandler's brand of comedy should be pleased, but was otherwise unimpressed. "This being an Adam Sandler comedy, crude

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Madonna On Nipple-Flashing: 'I Don't Like To Repeat Myself'

11 June 2012 10:22 AM, PDT | MTV Newsroom | See recent MTV Newsroom news »

Madonna caused quite the ruckus when she flashed her right breast during the the Istanbul, Turkey stop on her "Mdna Tour." It's nothing we haven't seen before – Her Madgesty published a coffee table photo book called "Sex" in 1992, after all – but it certainly has been a while. It was like being greeted by an old friend we haven't seen since high school!

The kerfuffle got us thinking about something we remember Madonna saying while she was out promoting her appearance at this year's Super Bowl.

We're big M fans, you see, and have a tendency to remember when she sits for a particularly fun interview, which was the case when she visited "The Tonight Show" back on January 30. She was in good spirits and was being more playful than usual when host Jay Leno asked her if there was anything the NFL had asked her not do during her performance. »

- John Mitchell

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