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5 Things to Know About Jordin Sparks' Model Husband Dana Isaiah

5 Things to Know About Jordin Sparks' Model Husband Dana Isaiah
Jordin Sparks is officially off the market!

The “Double Tap” singer, 27, just revealed she’s married to Dana Isaiah — and they’re expecting their first child. Sparks, who started dating the model earlier this year, didn’t hold back in expressing her newfound love for him on Instagram this past July on International Kissing Day.

The American Idol winner, who previously dated Jason Derulo, seems to have met someone who she shares plenty of things in common with. Here are five things to know about her new beau.

1. He’s a family man.

Like Sparks, who has two nieces she posts about frequently,
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We Just Found A Brand New Logan Image, And It's Pretty Intense (Photo)

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Our very own Kellvin Chavez attended a special 20th Century Fox press event last night, where he was treated to exclusive footage from two of their 2017 blockbusters: Logan and Alien: Covenant. What a lucky duck. I'm more than a little jealous.


While at the event, he spied a new official image from Logan that actually hasn't yet been released via the production's official Instagram. Fox's PR department has been wisely using that social media account to unleash all kinds of dramatic, cinematic imagery from the X-Men offshoot starring Hugh Jackman in his last hurrah as Wolverine.

Being the guerrilla film reporter that he is, Kellvin passed the Logan photo over to me and told me to share it with you, our amazing Lrm readers:

Pretty bad ass new photo from the upcoming final Wolverine movie, #Logan is here. Photo shows Wolverine about to kick some serious ass. Double Tap if you like it.
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Preview of Red Team: Double Tap, Center Mass #1

Garth Ennis and Craig Cermak reunite for a brand new Red Team series this week entitled Double Tap, Center Mass, and we’ve got a preview of the first issue for you here…

One year after the catastrophic events that ended the first series, Red Team survivors Eddie Mellinger and Trudy Giroux are in the doldrums. Considered a political liability, the two are kept busy on small-time cases by their suspicious NYPD commanders… but a chance encounter in the ghetto gives them a chance to get back in the game. Trouble is, it means going far beyond the law… which is what almost got them killed last time around.

Red Team: Double Tap, Center Mass #1 is out on July 20th, priced $3.99.
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Jordin Sparks and Sage the Gemini Break Up: What Went Wrong

Jordin Sparks and Sage the Gemini Break Up: What Went Wrong
Looks like it just wasn't in the stars for Jordin Sparks and Sage the Gemini. The "Double Tap" singer and the "Gas Pedal" rapper have broken up after about nine months of dating, sources confirm to E! News. According to one insider, their relationship started off great in the beginning but as time went on Sparks was having trust issues—and Sage wasn't helping the matter any with his behavior. They had previously been able to work things out, but not this time. Having gone through a rough breakup with long-term boyfriend Jason Derulo, Sparks just didn't want to go there again with Sage, the source says. Sparks and Sage, whose real name is Dominic Woods, were first linked...
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Meet Andreja Pejic, The Other Stunning Trans Woman Making History This Week!

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It's a big week for transgender women everywhere. First, Caitlyn Jenner made her big debut on Vanity Fair, then "Orange Is the New Black" star Laverne Cox slayed on the cover of Essence ... now, Andreja Pejic is making history for being the first trans model to sign a makeup deal. Make Up For Ever released their first photos of Pejic as the face of the brand this week -- and she looks absolutely stunning. "It’s the first time a major cosmetics company has taken on any trans woman, it’s incredible, for me, it’s obviously a huge success in my career," Andreja tells Extra. "I feel like we’re doing something very brave, and I feel like a lot of companies should follow their example." We are thrilled to announce our #BeMAKEUPFOREVER campaign that celebrates individuality & self-expression! We are partnering with 3 incredibly talented influencers: transwoman and supermodel @andrejapejic,
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How Jordin Sparks' Split With Jason Derulo Influenced Her Album—Plus, Would She Ever Appear on The Bachelorette?

How Jordin Sparks' Split With Jason Derulo Influenced Her Album—Plus, Would She Ever Appear on The Bachelorette?
Jordin Sparks fans, rejoice: The 25-year-old singer has dropped a new single!  On Tuesday, the American Idol winner released her latest song "Double Tap" featuring 2 Chainz, and just hours after the super-catchy tune debuted on iTunes the brunette stunner stopped by the E! News studio to chat about her forthcoming album, Right Here, Right Now. She shared how her past (and very public breakup) with ex Jason Derulo influenced her studio sessions and even revealed whether she would ever want to appear on The Bachelorette!  "The song 'Double Tap' is definitely inspired by Instagram and the times right now," she shared. "So you double tap to 'like' a picture, so there are...
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Don’t Worry, Xbox One Will Get Its July Update Very Soon

Xbox One owners won’t have to wait long to download the console’s July update. That’s because, according to Microsoft, the update will become available “in the coming days,” which is good news for achievement fanatics.

You may remember that this July update was outed during Microsoft’s E3 2014 presser, with its big draw being the ability to Snap to the system’s achievement tracking app during gameplay. Being able to do so will not only make the device more user-friendly, but it will also allow gamers to figure out how close they are to unlocking specific achievements on the fly. Gone will be the need to momentarily exit game sessions in order to look up said information.

Going further, it’s also been mentioned that this month’s Xbox One update will allow for:

Double tap Snapping – Gamers can Snap and Unsnap without needing voice commands, or
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Khloe Kardashian’s Adorable Curls — Get The Look

Celeb hairstylist Jen Atkin posted a pic via Instagram on July 9 showing off the bouncy and fun curls she created for Khloe Kardashian! We are absolutely loving the wild look, which she paired with a cute red bandana. Read on for details on how you can get Khloe’s look!

Khloe Kardashian has been having lots of fun lately, playing with different hair colors, styles, and do’s. On July 9, hairstylist Jen Atkin Instagramed a pic of the reality TV star rocking a wild and untamed curly mane! Want to find out how you can get this adorable curly look? Keep reading for the details!

Khloe Kardashian’s Curly Hair — Get Her Wild Look

Double tap if you’re feeling @khloekardashian kind of Wild today! Makeup @robscheppy Hair @atkinjen,” was the caption on Jen’s photo of Khloe’s cute curls. The TV icon has experimenting quite a bit recently
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The Walking Dead: Top Ten Scenes from Season 2

The Walking Dead: Top Ten Scenes from Season 2

Written by: Dana Fredsti

As a long time zombie aficionado and fan of The Walking Dead comics back when the first one was published, you can bet I’ve seen every episode of The Walking Dead on AMC. And, like all fans, I definitely have my favorite moments, although not always for obvious reasons. Here, in no particular order, is my top ten list of favorite scenes from season two:

Zombie Herd in Episode One

While not exactly the action packed season opener fans hoped for, episode one had some cool moments, including the first appearance of a zombie “herd” on the move. There was genuine tension when our heroes hid under cars (and bodies) to avoid detection, and we got to see Daryl overcome his racist upbringing and rescue T-Dog (who actually had a few lines!). We also saw the
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Save The World: Thoughts On The ‘Mass Effect 3′ Demo

In a couple of weeks, Mass Effect 3 will be hitting store shelves. There is a good amount of pressure riding on the third entry because it is a follow up to one of the greatest games of this generation. Mass Effect 2 wowed audiences with its complex narrative and deep fiction. While there might be those who do not care for the franchise, you still have to respect the technical accomplishments that BioWare (the developer) has made with the series. Mass Effect 2 is not perfect, the mining sequences are tedious and felt mechanical compared to the seamless narrative; and the combat, while enjoyable, is not the best part of the game. My love for Mass Effect comes from the deep character development and how my companions react to the choices I’ve made in the game. The fiction is engrossing as well, not since the Elder Scrolls games have I cared
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Ten Best Horror Comedies to Haunt You Over the Holidays

The horror-comedy. Perhaps the most difficult sub-genre of film to perfect. Most attempts at horror-comedy don't come off well. Either they're too scary without enough comedy or (more frequently) mostly humor with not enough horror. A lot of times they just come across as trying too hard and cheesy. But every once in a while a movie gets it just right. And when that happens, audiences embrace and celebrate the brilliant and elusive successful horror-comedy.

That being said, in celebration of the upcoming release of Trent Haaga's Chop, we did our best to put together a list of 10 horror-comedies (in no particular order) that we feel are the most impressive efforts in the field. Wocka, wocka, wocka!

Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil (2011)

We've seen quite a few attempts at horror-comedy over the past few years, but recently none has been better than Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil. Starring Alan Tudyk
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Event Report: The 2011 Undead Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey

The 2011 Undead Festival took place last weekend (October 21-23) in Asbury Park, New Jersey, and Dread Central was on the scene. We've returned with an overflowing image gallery and the following day-by-day event report. Read on to see what you might have missed so you can make your plans to be there next year!

New Jersey is becoming a veritable melting pot in which we appropriate anything awesome anyone does around the U.S. (or even the planet in some cases). As is the NJ tradition, we see something we like, we make it Ours!! In recent years this has included roller derby, burlesque events, Dr. Sketchy and the all-important Zombie Walk. Last year the Asbury Park Zombie Walk drew crowds of over 5 thousand shambling undead, all counted by the Guinness Book of World's Records, shattering the previous record. This year the promoters of this event, led by an overworked
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365 Days, 100 Films #65 - Zombieland (2009)

Zombieland, 2009.

Directed by Ruben Fleischer.

Starring Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin, Amber Heard and Bill Murray.


North America is now the United States of Zombieland. Only a handful of people are still alive, and they’re all looking for their place.

Rule #1 of Zombieland: Cardio.

You’ve got to be in peak physical condition to survive a zombie holocaust. Well, only if they’re the running sort. You could just take a nice stroll otherwise.

Perhaps running zombies are a sign of the times. Shuffling zombies captured the mindless, consumerist drive of the second half of the 20th century, particularly when ambling round a shopping centre. But people are more stretched and have things a little faster these days. You can buy online as well as the high street. Mainstream films have faster cutting rates. Adhd is a diagnosed condition. No wonder zombies are quite a bit faster.
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Something is Amiss: Us Center for Disease Control Discussing Zombie Pandemic Preparedness

I wouldn't call myself an obsessive conspiracy theorist, but I'm always willing to listen. And sometimes the clues are simply too overwhelming to ignore. Case in point: The United States Department of Health and Human Services Center for Disease Control and Prevention has recently been discussing steps to take during a zombie apocalypse. How did "Jesse Ventura's Conspiracy Theory" miss this?

Okay, maybe it's just a government agency having a little fun during the Halloween season. You know what a bunch of jokesters government officials can be. But let's take a look at the facts here. On May 16th of this year, the Cdc released this entry on their blog entitled Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse. The article references zombie history, tips on making a zombie preparedness kit and steps the Cdc would take in case of an event like this.

Now this fact by itself could easily be overlooked,
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Top Ten Tuesday: Slay It Again, Sam!

There’s a lot of evil out there! Disposing of the nasty creatures, monsters, zombies, witches, vampires and the like is a dirty job, but somebody’s gotta do it. Remakes of Fright Night and Conan The Barbarian will splatter evil blood all over screens this week when they open in theaters on Friday, August 19th, so here’s a look at our favorite monster killers from the movies.

Now, before we get started… a list like this really needs to be defined, so here are those pesky rules that govern who makes the cut and who gets cut:

You must have multiple kills! One and done is not enough. You must be a full-time monster hunter. None of this part-time, moonlighting crap! You must actually “kill” the monsters. Sorry, but The Ghostbusters don’t make the cut.

Honorable Mention: Hans, trolljegeren – Trollhunter (2010)

Do trolls really exist? Hans says so,
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Affd 2011: Triple Tap Review

Harkening back to the golden era of Hong Kong cops 'n' criminals flicks, Derek Yee's Triple Tap kicks off with not one, but two high-adrenaline action sequences before settling down to tell its story. A sequel, of sorts, to Double Tap, released in 2000, the new film again features a civilian and a police inspector who are expert marksmen. Ken Kwan (Louis Koo) is a successful investment banker who wins a shooting competition with a rare "triple tap" (three shots fired into the same spot), narrowly defeating the best efforts of Chong (Daniel Wu). But the glum-looking Kwan doesn't seem to take any joy in his victory, grabbing his trophy and heading back to his office to work overtime. On his way back, he...
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11 things to do when you’re trapped in a horror movie

Friends disappeared? Killer on the loose? It’s just possible you’re in the middle of a horror film. But follow Rory’s advice, and you may survive until the end credits…

Hearing bumps in the night? Watched a haunted video cassette? Had a phone call from raspy voiced stranger with an eerie warning? Surrounded by flesh eating ex-humans? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then the bad news is, you may be trapped in a horror movie. Worry not, we have put together a comprehensive list of dos and don'ts to keep you alive until the credits start rolling.

Don't follow your pets

Your dog has disappeared. You see an air vent with the cover left open. You approach tentatively, while all the time calling your dog's name. You hear strange scratching sounds, or possibly the whimper of your beloved companion.

Your first instinct will
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Triple Tap (2010) Movie Review

Derek Yee, currently one of the hottest thriller directors working in Hong Kong at the moment after the likes of “Shinjuku Incident” and the awesome “One Nite in Mongkok”, returns with “Triple Tap”. A follow up of sorts to the 2000 Leslie Cheung starring “Double Tap”, the film again takes place in the world of sharpshooting and men driven to the edge by the dangerous power of wielding a gun. This time around, the lead roles are taken by popular actors Daniel Wu and Louis Koo, with support from a returning Alex Fong and female eye candy in the form of Charlene Choi and Li Bing Bing (recently in Mainland thriller “The Message”). The film begins with investment banking hotshot Ken (Louis Koo) and police detective Jerry (Daniel Wu) coming up against each other in a sharp shooting competition, which Ken wins by a narrow margin. On the way home afterwards,
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I Strong Advise You to Use Rubber on Peenus | Eloquent Eloquence

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Hey hey bitches, I'm coming to you now as a newly minted Productive Member of Society. That's right, I got myself a job. Who would hire me, you might ask? I asked the same thing but clearly I put up enough of a good front to fool the little people into thinking I'm personable and responsible instead of kind of manic and prone to shoutiness. So I fooled them and got the job and now I've gots to get paid, yo. I won't get into too much detail, because really, who cares? Suffice it to say that it's messed up my sleeping schedule big time and I've been spending my afternoons in a state of half-zombiedom. On the one hand I crash by 10pm like an old lady (and my 27th birthday is in a couple of weeks--i'm practically ancient! Woe! *dodges stones from the real cronies*) and miss late night Facebook shenanigans.
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