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Audrina Patridge Finally Gets a Second Act… Sexy Pin Up (pics!)

4 July 2014 1:01 PM, PDT | TheImproper.com | See recent TheImproper.com news »

Audrina Patridge, who has been looking for a second act ever since her days on reality show “The Hills,” may finally have found one. Would you believe sexy pinup? Patridge, 29, invited Esquire’s “Me in My Place” photographer over, and well, she looks smokin’ hot at home. The popular feature has visited the pads of such Hollywood sirens as Claire Coffee of NBC’s “Grimm,” Amanda Righetti of “The Mentalist” and “The Wolf of Wall Street’s Margot Robbie. [...] »

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Claire Coffee, Star of NBC’s ‘Grimm,’ Invites You to Her Place (photos!)

12 May 2014 8:34 AM, PDT | TheImproper.com | See recent TheImproper.com news »

Claire Coffee has been appearing in living rooms across the country for the past two years in the NBC cop fantasy-drama “Grimm.” So it seems only fitting that she invites us to her place. Maybe she’ll cast a spell. Coffee, 34, posed famously for Esquire magazine’s “Me in My Place” feature in 2011 just about the time she was landing her NBC television role. She was absolutely stunning then and even more stunning now. [...] »

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Album Review: Lily Allen's 'Sheezus' is sweet and tart

6 May 2014 1:05 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Lily Allen has such a sweet voice, but as fans of the British singer know, her words are lethally tart. She may sound like she’s all puppies, rainbows and unicorns, but there’s a dark sense of humor running through almost every song. On “Sheezus,” her first album since 2009’s “It’s Not Me, It’s You,” Allen takes pot shots at her fellow female artists (or, more specifically,  those who try to divide them), online trolls, D-list celebrities, and anyone else within arm’s reach. Her trenchant, sharp social commentary often hits its bullseye, but it doesn’t always make for an album that feels like it will have a long shelf life.  In fact, “Sheezus” often feels so of-the-moment that it threatens to evaporate into thin air at times.  Having said that, few artists seem to understand their place as well as Allen: she is completely confident »

- Melinda Newman

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The Voice roars, The Killing Field strong

4 May 2014 4:57 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

The new series of The Voice trounced House Rules on Sunday night while the telemovie The Killing Field delivered impressive numbers, vindicating Seven's decision to greenlight a series.

Shine Australia.s The Voice grabbed 2.155 million viewers in the five capital cities and 736,115 in regional areas, the highest-rated launch for the year and 304,000 ahead of the show.s 2013 debut.

House Rules pulled in 1.093 million viewers in the capital cities and 1.72 million nationally, beaten by The Voice everywhere except Perth.

The Killing Field, which stars Rebecca Gibney as the leader of a task force sent to a country town to investigate the case of a missing teenage girl, drew 1.16 million in the capitals, 1.849 million nationally.

The Seven-produced telemovie was written by Sarah Smith and Michaeley O'Brien, directed by Samantha Lang (The Monkey.s Mask, My Place, Packed to the Rafters ) and produced by Bill Hughes, with Gibney as co-producer. Seven.s head »

- Don Groves

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The Voice roars, The Killing Field solid

4 May 2014 4:57 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

The new series of The Voice trounced House Rules on Sunday night while the telemovie The Killing Field delivered solid numbers, vindicating Seven's decision to greenlight a series.

Shine Australia.s The Voice grabbed 2.155 million viewers in the five capital cities and 736,115 in regional areas, the highest-rated launch for the year and 304,000 ahead of the show.s 2013 debut.

House Rules pulled in 1.093 million viewers in the capital cities and 1.72 million nationally, beaten by The Voice everywhere except Perth.

The Killing Field, which stars Rebecca Gibney as the leader of a task force sent to a country town to investigate the case of a missing teenage girl, drew 1.16 million in the capitals, 1.849 million nationally.

The Seven-produced telemovie was written by Sarah Smith and Michaeley O'Brien, directed by Samantha Lang (The Monkey.s Mask, My Place, Packed to the Rafters ) and produced by Bill Hughes, with Gibney as co-producer. Seven.s head »

- Don Groves

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How to deal with media lawyers

17 February 2014 6:30 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Don.t share your copyright with development partners. Consult a lawyer early in any negotiation. Be brutally honest with him/her. And don.t be cheap.

That.s among the advice to producers and other content creators from veteran media and entertainment lawyer Lyndon Sayer-Jones.

The attorney has just published a tome entitled Media Law for Non-Lawyers, updating a book which first came out more than 20 years ago.

.My motivation to release this 2014 edition was the realisation that since my first edition in 1992, no other such publications have come forward . not one,. he tells If.

.This is despite major changes made since my first edition such as the merger of Afc and Ffc into Screen Australia, the introduction of the producer offset tax scheme and, most important of all, the emergence of the Internet and social media.

.I don.t know why, I honestly don.t, but there are no »

- Don Groves

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Amanda Righetti Eases Out of Her Clothes at Her Place (photos!)

16 January 2014 2:12 PM, PST | TheImproper.com | See recent TheImproper.com news »

Amanda Righetti, best known for her role as Grace Van Pelt on “The Mentalist,” eases out of her clothes and kicks back at home in a new photo spread for “Me and My Place.” Could she look any sexier… or more relaxed. The 30-year-old actress and model landed on the crime drama in 2008. But TNT confirmed that Righetti would be leaving the show after the sixth season. [...] »

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