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Milo Ventimiglia plays TV’s favorite husband on This Is Us.That said, many fans have been curious about the actor’s personal life, and whether or not he’s in a relationship. Milo Ventimiglia on Ex Hayden Panettiere and Dating in the Public Eye: 'I'd Never Do It Again' this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. Milo Ventimiglia is rumoured to have hooked up with Emmy Rossum (2007).. About. Milo Ventimiglia is a 43 year old American Actor. Born Milo Anthony Ventimiglia on 8th July, 1977 in Anaheim, California, USA, he is famous for Jess Mariano on Gilmore Girls. Milo Ventimiglia is simply amazing. There, I said it. You might know him as the rebellious Jess from Gilmore Girls, the powerful Peter from Heroes or America’s favorite dad in This is Us.. The California native’s big break came when he was cast as Jess Mariano, Luke’s nephew, in the hit CW series Gilmore Girls. Milo Ventimiglia and his former rumored girlfriend Diane Guerrero Source: Zip.news. Their dating rumors sparked when Milo and Diane were spotted having dinner at Mexican restaurant Escuela Taqueria, in Los Angeles.The two also went on to take an ice cream at The Milk Shop.But according to the People, they’re just close friends.. Milo Ventimiglia previously dated ex-girlfriend Kelly Egarian ... On 8-7-1977 Milo Ventimiglia (nickname: Milo) was born in Anaheim, California, United States. He made his 5 million dollar fortune with Dirty Deeds, Gamer, Walter. The actor is currently single, his starsign is Cancer and he is now 43 years of age.
Who is Hayden Panettiere? Hayden Panettiere is an American actress, model, and singer. She is famous for her role in the series, Heroes, as Claire Bennet from 2006 to 2010. Also, she gained international fame from her role in Nashville, as Juliette Barnes from 2012 to 2018. She first appeared in a commercial at the age of 11 months. She appeared in over 50 commercials. Besides, active in the industry since 1994 as her professional career in the screen, she has appeared in numerous films and TV series. Her some of the notable TV shows includes One Life to Live, Guiding Light, and Kingdom Hearts. Likewise, she had her appreciable works in the films like, Remember the Titans, Raising Helen, Racing Stripes, Ice Princess, I Love You, Beth Cooper, Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy, Scream 4, and Custody. When and To Whom She Was Born? Hayden was born on August 21, 1989, as the name Hayden Lesley Panettiere, in Palisades, New York, US. She was born to her father Alan Lee “Skip” Panettiere who is a fire captain, and her mother Lesley R. Vogel who is a former soap opera actress. Following her mother's footstep, she came into the industry. Besides, she grew up along with her younger brother, Jansen Panettiere. The 30 years old actress has the star sign of Leo. https://preview.redd.it/dda3f02vxof51.jpg?width=700&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e8c30a52f8600114b1def0b0e357b2e06fea9595 Nationality, Ethnicity, and Religion Hayden holds an American nationality, and as per ethnicity, she belongs to White. She follows the religion, Christianity. Height and Weight Standing at the height of 5 feet 2 inches (1.57 m), and weighing around 53 kg, the actress has been able to maintain her body fit and healthy. Likewise, along with the body measurements of 34-27-34 inches, she has her body in perfect shape. Hayden is pretty with her beautiful pair of green eyes and blonde hair. Relationships Hayden Panettiere started dating her costar from Heroes, Milo Ventimiglia in 2007. However, after two years, they broke up. Then, she was in a relationship with a former heavyweight world champion boxer, Wladimir Klitschko. Having on and off a relationship, they engaged in 2013. Moreover, the couple also has a daughter together, Kaya Evdokia Klitschko. However, in 2018, they split. Net Worth Along with gaining name and fame, Hayden Panettiere has been able to make a handsome amount of money. She has an estimated net worth of about $15 million, as of 2020.
I've been marathoning GG while in quarantine, which means having to explain things to my fiance. While explaining that Chad Michael Murray left because he was cast in the OC, and Jared Padalecki was, yes, also on supernatural, and that Alexis Bledel (hispanic, with Spanish as her first language) and Milo Ventimiglia dated irl for a few years, I ran into a problem. I can't tell him any trivia about Logan's actor because I have no idea how to pronounce Czuchry. I have never heard it said aloud. Does the 'Cz' make a 'ch' sound? Is it 'chuck-ree'? Please help.
2019.12.06 14:49 WrAIter[WP] A comedy about a professional sports player who gets caught in the middle of every scandal possible, but ends up completely innocent
A comedy about a professional sports player who gets caught in the middle of every scandal possible, but ends up completely innocent of any wrongdoing. Directed by: Paul Dano Written by: Peter Bogdanovich Starring: Jason Schwartzman as the professional sports player David Stern as the commissioner (with a twist) and Jason Sudeikis as the star (as his friend who he doesn't want to think about) The Adventures of Sharkboy will be directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Daniel Handler. In the film, a professional surfing champion's life is turned upside down after he falls into a mysterious coma and is subsequently possessed by a mysterious creature. The film, which will explore the relationships between the shark and its animal friends, was written by Rob Zombie and based on the book Sharkboy: The Legend of Jason the Shark and His Long-Lost Friends by Brian Grazer. The script was described as a love letter to the character of Sharkboy; where "the true love of Jason's life is the great white shark," Zemeckis and Handler will explore him via long-forgotten footage from the 1970's. Additionally, the story will be a "classic case of the shark and its friend," where Jonah is forced to confront some familiar characters. The film will be filmed over two years at the Shark Tank. Directed by: Noah Baumbach Based on: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Directed by: Jason Reitman Written by: Paul Haggis and David Letterman Set in 1960, this film is a musical about a New York City school teacher who decides to make a change in the world of one of his students, who has a serious heart condition. Set against a backdrop of an interracial couple, a man (Milo Ventimiglia) who struggles with his love and a mother struggling with her grief, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty centers on the love and pain of children as they struggle to survive in a world that's run on drugs and violence and lies. With the help of his best friend, he struggles with the decision for he and his friend are about to meet their father, who is not who he seemed. And it's not that they are different, but both they are different, but they both are the same. David Z. Miller (The Last Exorcism) is directing. In the film, the father (Z.M.) wants nothing more than to get back to his job. He's not a hard worker and is not in the least interested in being a father, but he is a decent person. He believes in his kids and wants exactly what his kid wants: to be loved. However, the father finds himself in the middle of a nightmare. He's being stalked by a violent demonic creature and there is nowhere that he can turn to escape it or save his daughter. The actor who is playing the father is a fantastic fit, as is the voice of the demon himself. The horror of the story will be a good fit for the director, as well as the actor and the script. It's a unique story that will leave you wondering "what would it take to get me to believe that?" Directed by: Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg Based on: Get Out Directed by: Alex Witt (Maniac) Written by: Paul D. Auster Set in the world of '99, the story centers on a group of friends who all have to deal with growing up before the age of twenty. They're all struggling with issues of identity, dating, friendships and friendship. The film will follow the kids as they make friends, develop relationships, begin to understand their parents and ultimately form their own sense of self, the only one that matters in this world of ours. Paul D. Auster will executive produce along with his writing partner Alex Witt and they will produce the film as well. Written by: Ryan Murphy Based on: The Purge Directed by: Sam Raimi Based on: The Purge Directed By: Sam Raimi Based on: The Purge Directed By: Sam Raimi Written by: Dan Trachtenberg and Michael Schur From director Dan Trachtenberg and screenwriter Michael Schur, comes a fresh spin on a classic horror-comedy trope. Following two strangers – Jake and Alex – on a bizarre road trip, the characters embark on a violent, unpredictable journey into a mysterious world. In The Purge, Raimi and Schur introduce the most brutal and terrifying version of the classic slasher film while at the same time giving them a deeper meaning and a darkly twisted twist. This is the film that's going to make this film become a movie, and is going to bring that slasher movie back to life and make it look as cool as it
2019.09.11 20:31 GooglyEyesMcGeeIs the Jess/Rory passion (partially!!!) due to Alexis/Milo? (GG repost)
Milo Ventimiglia and Alexis Bledel dated for 4 solid years (2002-2006). They only knew each other for a years before that. It makes sense that they'd have liked each other romantically before that, so for every single one of Jess's appearances, there was legitimate romance going on between the actors. I personally think that Jess/Rory had the best chemistry compared to the other two main boyfriends. Anyone think that the real life attraction is why so many people feel that way? https://www.reddit.com/GilmoreGirls/comments/bthstis_the_jessrory_passion_partially_due_to/
2019.08.26 10:01 crissychantalleI've taken too many tests and I'm almost every type -- please help!
So I posted yesterday, but didn't get any responses (I figure it was lost in the void?), so I'm trying again today. Long story short, I've tried several different tests and garnered several different answers. I convinced myself this is my fault because I have zero personality and don't fit into any mbti, which is why I can't be typed. This time I will try answering the suggested questions instead of writing an essay about myself. Here goes: • I'm a 33-year-old female. • I'm probably depressed and/or anxious, with suspected body dysmorphia, but I do not have a formal diagnosis. • I have a huge family, I'm the oldest of seven. We're Italian. I was obsessed with church from a young age and sang at weekly masses until I was 19. I don't know what happened or when this shift occurred, but I'm practically atheist now. • I'm a high school teacher. It's a job. It's not my passion, it's not really where I want to be, but it's something secure and stable. I would rather be in the performing arts -- acting, singing, doing musical theatre -- or even writing the next hit YA novel. But I went into teaching in order to stay connected to music. The logic was I'd be happier doing something music-related than not. Which is fine, except I've been relocated to English and Hair instead. So now I feel like I'm having this giant mid-life crisis where I'm questioning why I'm in this profession at all since I'm no longer teaching my passion. Anyway, what I like about my job is getting to know the kids and being able to relate to them. They always say I "get" them more than the other teachers. I use memes and gifs in my lessons. Sometimes I'll use clips from Friends or The Simpsons, and I'll almost always relate something in our lessons to Harry Potter or Disney. The kids know I'm their number one fan, the proud mom who's always rooting for them (some of them call me "mom"), and their biggest supporter. This is so important for creating a safe space and building a rapport, which I think I do well. What I dislike about my job is dealing with parents, dealing with some of my coworkers, and the amount of take-home work (marking). Even though I get the summer off, I just don't have the energy to pursue a career in acting or writing a novel -- I need that time to recharge. • If I had to spend a weekend alone, I don't think I'd feel lonely; I'd binge-watch Netflix, read a book, and practise piano and singing. I think I'd definitely have a couple phone conversations with friends, but I wouldn't need to see them. I mean, unless I suddenly start hearing weird noises in the house. That's when I convince myself it's a ghost (spoiler alert: it doesn't take much convincing) and then I'm either crying for company or need to leave my house. And of course, if there isn't a chance of a home intrusion at night, I'll be fine (there was a murder on my street just last year). But if the house behaves like all houses should, I'll have a fine weekend. I may be slightly neurotic. Let's back up a sec -- if I were alone, in my dorm room in university all weekend, I'd binge-watch TV, I'd read a book, I'd sing my heart out, and probably talk on the phone a bit. All would be well. • I am not an outdoors person nor am I an active person. I like to read, write, sing, play piano, bake, act in musical theatre productions, paint -- anything artsy, really. Even though I'm pretty sure I'm trash at being artsy. I also like puzzles. I'm pretty much obsessed with crosswords (and mighty good at them, if I do say so myself), and I enjoy logic grid puzzles and sudokus. The only type of exercise I like is brain exercise! • How curious am I? I don't know...I'm extremely curious about which mbti type I might be! I've researched pretty much every type and feel like I don't fit anywhere. I spend a lot of time analyzing and over-analyzing anything to do with my very limited love life. I'm always looking at the behaviour of people and what the driving force behind their actions might be ("What was the real reason Gina removed me from that Whatsapp groupchat?" and then I'll hypothesize and create a bunch of different scenarios). I'm curious about different things, pending on what I'm watching on TV or reading about, and that often leads me to research, where I wind up down some kind of rabbit hole learning about said thing. For example, if I heard something on the news regarding x political party, I'll research what occurred, and then if I disagree, I'll become wildly passionate to the point that I may rant about it to a friend or two. Or I might watch a bunch of hair tutorials and then convince one of my sisters to let me try that style on her. I loved university (not high school) and have three degrees (psychology with a minor in English, vocal music specializing in jazz performance, and education). I even went to school for journalism and hair. I'm sort of the jack of all trades, but the master of none; I dabble in a lot of different areas. If it weren't so expensive, I could probably be a professional student. I like learning, and I like that I never really had to try in school -- things came easy. • I don't think I'd want the responsibility of being a leader. I know that as a teacher, I'm already a leader of sorts, but I don't think I'd actively search for a leadership position. For example, I am not interested in being a department head at this moment in time -- so much extra work with so little compensation. But I mean they often say that those who don't want to lead are often the best leaders...so who knows? Maybe I'd be good at it. I tend to survive anything I attempt -- doesn't mean I do it well -- I just survive. • I'm klutzy as hell. I walk into walls and fall up the stairs. Yet I do musicals, where I'm forced to perform choreographed dance numbers. I actually succeed in doing that. Even though I have all the moves, I think I appear kind of stiff. It's funny because I can draw and paint, I can cut and colour hair, and I can play piano (I have my Grade 8 RCM, which I think is equivalent to Grade 10 ABRSM), yet I can't pat my head and simultaneously rub my stomach. • As mentioned before, I sing. My style is primarily musical theatre, but I am also well-versed in jazz and classical. I don't think I'm anything special (I wish I were special), but I get complimented nonetheless. And I do know what I'm talking about in regards to how the voice works and where to place your sound. All about healthy vocal production here. I play piano as well and am fluent in reading music. Do I think I'm great at it? No. I wish I were better. But I've been paid to play in community theatre productions, including a production of Les Misérables where I was brought in last minute and wound up sight-reading the music during the show. Not my finest playing, that's for sure. So maybe I'm decent? Sometimes I paint for fun. Not at paint-night events, but as gifts for family and friends -- usually Disney images. Sometimes I use characters to create an imaginary scene. Do I know anything about visual art? No, because I never took it in school. I don't really know the theory or the proper way of doing things, but I guess I manage. I like to bake as well. Sometimes I even come up with my own recipes. But I don't like decorating. I suck at decorating. Besides, I'd rather the baked goods taste good instead of look pretty. I also like writing. I think I'm a pretty good writer in the sense that my "voice" is fairly developed and somewhat engaging. I just always feel like I have a constant case of writer's block. I may start with a great idea, but then somewhere along the way, the idea dies and I have nothing left to continue. And then I'm so afraid of getting rid of stuff earlier on and/or changing the initial plan because what if it wasn't as good as what I just did? Then I've gotten rid of it for nothing! So instead the work sits, unfinished. • I'm great at reflecting on unpleasant things from the past. I'm good at being nostalgic about the past too. Recently, I came across a Care Bears episode I used to love when I was a kid. I wound up in tears though, because it brought me back to a simpler time, and I wish I were there again. I feel like I can't really foresee the future -- my future always looks black to me, but I'm really great at coming up with imaginative scenarios that will likely never happen. Many times, instead of focusing on the present, I will instead make up scenarios in my head (i.e. what would happen if I met Milo Ventimiglia -- I'd have to make sure I say x, y, and z to make him fall madly in love with me). • When my friends ask me for help, I generally do so without question. When it comes to my family (brothers and sisters, parents), they're going to need to ask me a hundred times because I'd rather be lazy than help, and I'm going to complain to no end, but I'll almost always wind up helping. For example, my sister usually drives me nuts when she asks for help. She'll need help curling her hair or putting on makeup. She'll need someone to make appointments for her. She's 20 and lives abroad for school, but when she's home she acts as though she's helpless and useless. And it drives me INSANE. I don't understand why she does that, and then I get extra irritated when she needs help. How does she manage to do herself up when she's living on campus? How does she manage anything when she's living on her own, but can't at home? Insane, I tell you. So yes, I get irritated, I may even yell at her, but I'll help (ever so grudgingly). I think in the end I wind up helping because I think I know better than everyone else and I'm afraid everyone else will do the task wrong. • Sometimes I'm logical in decision-making. There are times when an outsider (friend, coworker, family member) is ruminating about something, but for me, that decision is a no-brainer. For example, when my sister was accepted to every university she applied to, she didn't know whether to stay local, or move abroad. For me, it was simple: the programs she got into at the local universities were your basic science programs. The non-local one she got into was an elite, specialized program that accepted very few people, and is designed to help streamline their graduates into medical school. She was having a hard time deciding, but I didn't have to think twice to tell her she needs to go away for school. I just can't seem to find logic when it comes to having to make my decisions. • In terms of marking, I have no choice but to be efficient and productive pretty much all of the time. During summer vacation, not so much. But at the same time, to go a whole summer without doing anything seems kind of awful and a waste of two months, no? Like this summer. I haven't done a thing because I was too busy recovering from a back injury, and school starts next week. I don't have time for myself during the school year, so summer is the time to have an adventure or do SOMETHING for myself. For example, last year, I went to Fan Expo with a close friend. I know it's not a grand adventure, but it was something interesting and something I had never done. • Do I control others? Well, I control a classroom. Three classrooms a semester, actually. So when I'm off work, the last thing I want to do is assume control. I don't want to plan time with friends, I don't want to plan time with family. I just want someone else to make the decisions. At the same time, if a friend or family member comes to me with an issue they're having or a decision to make that they're unsure of, I try to convince or steer them in the direction I think is the correct one. Is that controlling, even indirectly? Maybe. • I've mentioned before that I like the arts. Why? Because it's a form of creativity, I suppose. I think I value creative expression above anything else. When I see people who are ridiculously talented at their craft, I'm immediately envious and jealous. I want to be ridiculously talented. And so I delve into the arts, even though it's likely I suck. Sometimes engaging in the arts is a stress reliever. It's strange though, because when I'm not in a good place, I struggle with being creative and I find I lack in inspiration. It's like the spark disappears, and then I feel useless. Yet that's exactly when I especially feel the NEED to be creative. It's kind of as though writing that song or painting that picture makes you something special -- because you created something special, something that can be left behind even after you're gone. I'm not sure how to explain it. • I'm more of a visual learner. I'm able to keep a picture in my mind for a longer period of time than most people I know. If I read something, and then later on was still thinking about that one passage I read, I could easily go back and find it because I can picture exactly where on the page it was written. I think this is why cramming always worked for me. Aural learning doesn't work as well...unless I somehow have subtitles (back to needing visual stimuli). If I were learning something lecture-style, I wouldn't be able to recall the exact wording of a sentence, but I generally would if I had read it. But if this learning is through a song, I'm golden. • When it comes to projects or tasks, I often make a list (I'm thinking of this in terms of my school work). I work diligently, and often without rest. I don't really improvise, I always have a plan. Even though I work tirelessly, I sometimes don't make the deadlines I've created for myself. For example, I may say I want to hand those 60 essays back in two weeks, but my brain turns to mush after six straight hours of marking. And in those six hours, I may have only gotten through 12 essays. Why? Because I give so much feedback and focus on the details of each individual essay. Most of my department will take no more than ten minutes per paper, but I spend around a half-hour...and then the longer I'm working, the more my brain slows down, and the longer it takes per paper. When it comes to personal projects or tasks, such as cleaning my room, I just wing it. When it comes to going out, I like knowing ahead of time so I can plan accordingly. For example, if I'm watching a musical at 8, I know I'll want to get to the theatre no later than 7:40, which means I need to finish dinner by 6:30 (assuming I'm eating by the theatre). This means I need to arrive at the restaurant by 6:15, which means I need to be on the subway by 5:00, which means I need to leave my house by 4:30, which means I better shower at 3:00. So yes, I often plan to the minute. • In terms of aspirations in life, I want to make a difference; I want to be known and recognized. I live for praise. And building off of one of the previous questions, I want some kind of legacy left behind. • I fear a lot of things. I fear what would happen if I suddenly dropped my career to seek out something that was more authentic to me -- I'd never hear the end of it from my family (Italian parents) and I don't know what I'd do if I failed. That's a whole other fear, which would mean I wasn't good enough. I also fear not being loved and never being loved. I have virtually no love life, I'm almost always single, but I don't want to be. But I'm extremely picky -- not by choice, I just am. I can't fake feelings for someone. There's always been some kind of chemistry with the men I've been interested in, and it's hard to find with most men I meet. I also fear living a boring life where I made nothing of it. If I died tomorrow, there'd be nothing left behind. At least when you're a successful performer you're voice or face is immortalized. I can't stand the thought of being ordinary, but I'm pretty sure that's what I am. What makes me uncomfortable? Dealing with conflict, especially with people I don't know well or people of real and/or perceived authority. I'm also uncomfortable when I'm in large social gatherings. But I put on such a good face most of the time, it's unlikely you'd know. I don't like most people; I think a lot of people are annoying and so unless you're one of my good friends, there's a good chance I don't really want to be around you (no offense). I'm uncomfortable meeting a lot of new people at once. For example, my brother's girlfriend's family invited my family over their house for dinner. I didn't understand the point or purpose: my brother isn't engaged or married, why do I need to be at this random event? I was told it's polite to be there and it'd be nice to get to know her family. But my response was "I don't care to get to know them." Obviously I was told I was rude, but it was true. When I learned that it wouldn't just be my brother's girlfriend's parents in attendance, but also her sister, her grandmother, her cousins and their partners, I started to panic. I don't like making small talk, I don't feel like having a conversation about work or anything to do with me. So what did I do when I was there, at this social gathering? I shut down. But I was okay at a friend's engagement party last week, where there was no one new to meet. And it's kind of strange, because I never used to be opposed to meeting people, yet I always felt a little shy around someone new, which I think is odd for someone who likes to perform. • I don't have very many "highs" in my life, but I suppose on the rare occasion they happen, I'm on cloud nine. I become bubbly and confident, feeling like everything I do is golden. Which really isn't realistic, because the highs never last. • I almost always feel like I'm on a "low". I'm the eternal pessimist. In fact, when someone asks me, "how are you?", my go-to response is never "I'm good" unless I'm on a high; it's usually "I'm okay". Maybe I'm being dramatic. When I'm on an actual low, I'm in my head. I feel worthless, I feel ugly, I refuse to go out in public. I can't stand myself. I withdraw from everyone. I'll delete social media, I won't respond to friends' calls or messages; I just cry a lot. I lose my appetite, I'm apt to have meltdowns. I get hung up on the fact that I have nothing going for me and that I'm a failure (career is not fulfilling, no husband/boyfriend or kids, friends who are absent when I need them, no real talent, if I were pretty life would be different, etc.). It usually feels like the world is over. • I do daydream a lot. Mostly while driving. I often don't remember the ride home, but I guess I'm unconsciously aware of my surroundings, like I'm on autopilot. I talk to myself during car rides, in the shower, when cleaning my room -- almost always imaginary conversations for imaginary situations. Or reenacting how a conversation should have gone. • "Imagine you are alone in a blank, empty room. There is nothing for you to do and no one to talk to. What do you think about?" I'll start by making up pretend scenarios -- how the audition I have coming up will go and how the directors will react to me. Or maybe I'll imagine I was at the store and ran into my last love interest and imagine the ever-so-dramatic-telenovela-worthy exchange of dialogue. Then when I've exhausted those scenarios, it'll turn depressive and into one of my lows, where I'll start focusing on my shortcomings. • "How long do you take to make an important decision? And do you change your mind once you've made it?" I'm not sure how long I take. I can't even think of an example. But I do know that once I make a decision about something, I won't change my mind because I just want it over and done with, and not want to think about it anymore. So maybe in retrospect, I tend to agonize over decisions. • I think I'm pretty emotional and fairly in tune with my emotions. I feel emotions pretty intensely. I'm also one of those people who gets chills when listening to music. Sometimes though, I can't articulate why I'm feeling a certain way. But often if I talk with one of my close friends, they help me figure it out. Two people in my small circle are usually great at finding the exact right words as to why I'm feeling/reacting the way that I am in that moment -- it's like they know me better than I know myself. • "Do you ever catch yourself agreeing with others just to appease them and keep the conversation going? How often? Why?" It depends. If it's criticism, I don't take it very well. I may feel attacked. That's not to say I don't take criticism at all -- there's a way to talk to people, that's all. If I don't agree with someone (and this happens a lot during any conversation revolving around politics) and it's someone I don't know well, I'll just keep quiet and let them talk until they've rambled off a point I agree with, and then I'll join the conversation. If it's someone I do know well, I either argue back and become intensely and passionately angry, or I get frustrated that they can't see their stupidity and/or understand my point, and I walk away from the conversation. • I don't really see myself as a rule-breaker. I have done questionable things when I was younger (i.e. forged my report card so my parents would let me stay in ballet), but for the most part, I jump through all the necessary hoops and don't really believe in shortcuts. When I hear someone is trying to make a quick buck by either performing illegal operations or through gambling or some other questionable method, I just think they're better off putting in hard work that's tried, tested, and true instead of trying to find the easy way out. Just to add to this (not like it isn't long enough), my best friend says that I'm pessimistic to the point of being unrealistic -- but I'm convinced that the way I think is entirely realistic. She also says I hold myself to a high standard, but expect little from the people around me (people are apt to disappoint you if you have expectations). She also says I'm like a male peacock in the sense that if I'm around someone that I'm interested in and I want them to be interested back, I "turn it on" and sort of command attention, but the sole purpose of that is to obtain one specific person's attention. Otherwise, I'm uncomfortable with attention that's not performance/arts related. What I mean is I don't like being called on to share thoughts or ideas in meeting, and I don't really like attention on myself unless it's about how great I was in that show or if it's coming from the guy I want to date. It might be worth noting that I prefer talking on the phone over texting, but I typically wait for people to reach out to me. I also have the hardest time getting over a failed relationship. I blame myself and obsess to no end. It takes me a really long time to get over someone. Sometimes I feel I'm intuitive. I get gut feelings (always to do with my love life and it's never a good thing when this happens), sometimes with zero proof, and then I manage to jump to an unfavourable conclusion...but in then end, it always turns out I was right. I'm so sorry this is so long! If you made it to the end, I applaud you! Obviously if you have any further questions, please let me know. And please tell me what you think my type is :)
Joe Lewis Bandat The Roof – August 8 from 6 – 9 p.m. at The Roof at The Broadway Hotel. Enjoy live music that will make you want to dance and a beautiful view from The Roof! No cover and an evening of fun await you! Sideline Jokes – August 9 at 7 p.m. at Sidelines Sports Bar. Sidelines Sports Bar presents ‘Sideline Jokes’with Caleb Wright and Kovoski George as hosts. This is a stand up comedy show featuring 7 comedians, including hosts, from Columbia, St. Louis, MO, and Chicago, IL. Featured comedians are Ricky Royal, Johnny Lane, Purvis Hunt III, Joie Krack, and Richy James. The entrance fee is $5, and must be 21 years of age or older to attend this show. Food and alcoholic beverages are served at this venue. Come out and enjoy yourself. The address is 701 Big Bear Blvd Columbia, MO 65202.
Movies in the Park: Ralph Breaks the Internet – August 9 from 8:30 – 10:30 p.m. in Cosmo Park, 1615 Business Loop 70 W. Video game bad guy Ralph and fellow misfit Vanellope must risk it all by traveling to the World Wide Web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope’s video game. In way over their heads, Ralph and Vanellope rely on the citizens of the internet to help navigate their way through viral videos, online auctions, spam, search engines, clickbait and more. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy a movie on the large, inflatable screen under the stars. No rain dates. Concessions and food trucks available: Kona Ice and Eats & Treats. Columbia Farmers Market– August 10 from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the MU Health Care Pavilion. Fresh vegetables and fruit, meat, farm-fresh eggs, cheeses, honey, cut flowers, plants, artisan items & more. As a producer-only market, everything sold here is offered by farmers and artisans who help sustain our region. SNAP (food stamps) are accepted at all markets. Live music, gardening workshops and children’s activities are featured at every market! Join us in rain or shine! Columbia Coin Expo – August 10 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Knights of Columbus Hall, 2525 N Stadium Blvd. A coin collecting event for the novice through professional with various items to purchase. Coins, Currency, Tokens, Medals, Foreign, Ancient, Bullion, Gold, Silver and Platinum will be available. If you are looking to sell or need assistance with collecting then stop by. Dealers from Missouri and surrounding states will be there. Center for Missouri Studies Grand Opening – August 10 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., 605 Elm Street. August 10, 1821, marked the first official day of statehood, and 198 years later, a new chapter in the preservation and exploration of Missouri’s eventful past will begin with the August 10, 2019, opening of the State Historical Society of Missouri’s new Columbia headquarters, the Center for Missouri Studies. Save the date, and make plans to join the celebration! Perseids Meteor Shower – August 13 from 4 – 5 a.m. at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. Come watch the Perseids Meteor Shower at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket to sit on. Staff will be available to answer any questions and can be met on the lawn next to the playground at the picnic area. Parking is available nearby. For more information, call 573.449.7400.
August Exhibit – July 30 – August 31 at Sager Braudis Gallery. Featured works byJennifer Belair Sakarian, Josh George, Lita Kenyon, Elise Kirk and Kensuke Yamada. Faces Found: Boone County Portraits 1886 - 1940 – March 20 – November 10 at the Boone County History & Culture Center. Two years ago, volunteers in the Henry J. “Hank” Waters III Digital Imaging Lab began the work of digitizing our 500,000 piece vintage photography collection. This exhibit, running through early November, 2019, features more than 50 newly-digitized glass plate negatives that are the work of four early Columbia photographers. Some of the 50 enlarged prints are 5 feet in height. The exhibit also includes historic photography equipment and vintage textiles from our collections.
BRIAN BANKS - The inspirational true story of Brian Banks (Aldis Hodge), an All-American high school football star committed to USC who finds his life upended when he is wrongly convicted of a crime he didn’t commit. Despite lack of evidence, Banks is railroaded through a broken justice system and sentenced to a decade of prison and probation. Years later, with the support of Justin Brooks (Greg Kinnear) and the California Innocence Project, Banks fights to reclaim his life and fulfill his dreams of playing in the NFL. DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD – Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle, nothing could prepare Dora for her most dangerous adventure yet -- high school. Accompanied by a ragtag group of teens and Boots the monkey, Dora embarks on a quest to save her parents while trying to solve the seemingly impossible mystery behind a lost Incan civilization. FAST & FURIOUS PRESENTS: HOBBS & SHAW - Ever since hulking lawman Hobbs and Shaw first faced off, the duo have swapped smack talk and body blows as they've tried to take each other down. But when cyber-genetically enhanced anarchist Brixton gains control of an insidious biothreat that could alter humanity forever - and bests a brilliant and fearless rogue MI6 agent, who just happens to be Shaw's sister - these two enemies must partner up to bring down the only guy who might be badder than themselves. ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD - Actor Rick Dalton gained fame and fortune by starring in a 1950s television Western, but is now struggling to find meaningful work in a Hollywood that he doesn't recognize anymore. He spends most of his time drinking and palling around with Cliff Booth, his easygoing best friend and longtime stunt double. Rick also happens to live next door to Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate -- the filmmaker and budding actress whose futures will forever be altered by members of the Manson Family. SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME – Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, SpiderMan must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever. STUBER – A quick-tempered cop who's recovering from eye surgery recruits a mild-mannered Uber driver to help him catch the heroin dealer who murdered his partner. The mismatched pair soon find themselves in for a wild day of stakeouts and shootouts as they pursue violent criminals through the seedy streets of Los Angeles. THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN – Based on the best-selling novel by Garth Stein, THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN is a heartfelt tale narrated by a witty and philosophical dog named Enzo (voiced by Kevin Costner). Through his bond with his owner, Denny Swift (Milo Ventimiglia), an aspiring Formula One race car driver, Enzo has gained tremendous insight into the human condition and understands that the techniques needed on the racetrack can also be used to successfully navigate the journey of life. The film follows Denny and the loves of his life - his wife, Eve (Amanda Seyfried), their young daughter Zoe (Ryan Kiera Armstrong), and ultimately, his true best friend, Enzo. THE KITCHEN – “The Kitchen” stars Oscar nominee Melissa McCarthy (“Can You Ever Forgive Me?” “Bridesmaids”), Tiffany Haddish (“Girls Trip”), and Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) as three 1978 Hell’s Kitchen housewives whose mobster husbands are sent to prison by the FBI. Left with little but a sharp ax to grind, the ladies take the Irish mafia’s matters into their own hands—proving unexpectedly adept at everything from running the rackets to taking out the competition…literally. THE LION KING – Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his own royal destiny on the plains of Africa. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub's arrival. Scar, Mufasa's brother -- and former heir to the throne -- has plans of his own. The battle for Pride Rock is soon ravaged with betrayal, tragedy and drama, ultimately resulting in Simba's exile. Now, with help from a curious pair of newfound friends, Simba must figure out how to grow up and take back what is rightfully his. TOY STORY 4 – Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with Bonnie and a new toy named Forky. The adventurous journey turns into an unexpected reunion as Woody's slight detour leads him to his long-lost friend Bo Peep. As Woody and Bo discuss the old days, they soon start to realize that they're worlds apart when it comes to what they want from life as a toy. CHECK EACH THEATER FOR SHOWTIMES REGAL STADIUM 14 THEATER – 2800 Goodwin Pointe Drive 844-462-7342 GOODRICH FORUM 8 – 1209 Forum Katy Parkway 573-445-7469 RAGTAG CINEMA – 10 Hitt Street 573-443-4359
2019.08.08 03:06 CDaNadminA long list of actors, directors and musicians and their victims (from She the People on FB)
UPDATED LIST Let's start back in 1919. Charlie Chaplin, who would become one of the most famous and celebrated movie stars of all time, was 29 when he married 16 year old aspiring actress Mildred Harris. Their marriage only lasted 2 years. In 1924, Chaplin repeated the pattern with another 16 year old, Lita Gray. He met Lita when she was just 6 and began taking her on dates around the age of 12. 1954 -- Sam Cooke meets a 12-year old Aretha Franklin and brings her to his hotel room. Before her father interrupted, Aretha said the conversation "took another turn." In 1957, 23 year old Jerry Lee Lewis married his cousin, 13 year old Myra Brown. She still believed in Santa. Also in 1957, 16 year old Anna Mae Bullock met 24 year old Ike Turner. He quickly took her into his band, helped make her a star, and began to treat the newly christened "Tina" as if he owned her. They married 6 years later. Tina once wrote that she was afraid not to accept his proposal. In 1959, Elvis Presley met his future wife. He was 25 and she was 14. They stayed in touch via phone and letters for the next 2 1/2 years. At that time, Elvis took her on a drug romp to Vegas, followed by moving her into his Graceland mansion. They didn't marry until 1967. While both parties claimed that Priscilla was a virgin on her wedding night, biographer Susan Finstad makes a strong case that this could not be true. Priscilla herself has admitted that she & Elvis slept in the same bed and that Elvis "taught (her) other ways to please him." Elvis reportedly had a predeliction for 14 year old girls, both before and after his marriage to Priscilla. Chuck Berry was arrested and found guilty of transporting an underage girl across state lines for immoral purposes, spending two years in jail in 1960. In 1969, Sable Starr, queen of the so-called "baby groupies", had a brief relationship with Iggy Pop. She was 13. He later wrote a song about it. Starr had sexual relationships with many other band members, including encouters with David Bowie, Mick Jagger, and Rod Stewart. It's 1972 and Rock stars are stil having sex with little girls and everyone knows it, but no one does anything about it. Lori Mattix tells of losing her virginity at age 14 to David Bowie. She went on to start "dating" Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page that same year, a relationsihp that began when Page's manager kidnapped her and brought her to Jimmy's hotel room. Page kept Lori essentially locked up in his house for most of their 18 months together. The "baby groupie" also reports a sexual relationship with Mick Jagger when she was just 17. In 1973, married singer Marvin Gaye met and pursued 17 year old Janis Hunter. He wrote "Let's Get it On" as a tribute to his lust for her. Marvin took his teen date to dinner shortly after they met, where he bribed the waiter to bring her alcohol, then had sex with her later that night. They had a baby by the time she was 18, and married in 1977. The marriage lasted just 3 years. In 1975, Steven Tyler purchased the guardianship of a 16 year old girl (Julia Holcomb) from her mother when he was 27 so that he could legally take her with him across state lines while he was on tour. In 1978, Ted Nugent also purchases the guardianship of a teenager from her parents. He was 30, Pele Massa was 17. Years later, Ted reportedly received oral sex from a 12 year old Courtney Love. March 10, 1977. One of the most well-known cases. Director Roman Polanski drugs and rapes 13 year old Samantha Gailey. Allowed to plead guilty to a lesser charge, Polanski nevertheless fled to France before sentencing and remains exiled from the United States. He has not been exiled, however, from Hollywood and continues to make movies and win awards to this day. Eagles drummer and vocalist Don Henley was arrested in 1980 in Los Angeles after paramedics were called to his home to save a naked 16-year-old girl who was overdosing on cocaine and Quaaludes. Colored over as a a "grand romance" and a "decades long relationship", Celine Dion was 12 years old when 38 year old Rene Angelil became her manager. They went public with their relationship when she was 19. In 1984, Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman started dating Mandy Smith. She was 13. Although they did not marry until she was 18, Mandy says she was 14 when they first had sex. Mr. Wyman has never been investigated, much less prosecuted. Red Hot Chili Peppers' lead Anthony Kiedis readily admits to having sex with a 14 year old girl when he was 23. According to him, once he confirmed her age he "had sex with her again." In 1986, the 24-year old musician began dating 16 year old Ione Skye. In 1990, 16 year old Mayte Garcia's mother sent a video of her belly-dancing to Prince. He arranged to meet her, confirmed she was 16 and a year later moved her into his house. When she was 19, he initiated a sexual relationshi by informing her it was time to go on birth control. They married when she was 22 and he was 37. Before Mayte, Prince met "Anna Fantastic" when she was 15. At 17, she moved into his compound where they had a two year long relationship. In 1991, 32 year old director Luc Besson met and eventually married model Maïwenn Le Besco when she was 15. Their relationship inspired his movie Léon: The Professional (1994), which followed an emotional relationship between an adult man and a young girl. In 1993, Jerry Seinfeld picked up a high school student in a public park. He was 39 and she was 17. He and Shoshanna Lonstein dated for four years -- through her college years. Also in 1993, MC Ren of N.W.A. was accused of raping and impregnating a 16 year old girl in the group's tour bus. The case never went to trial, however a paternity test showed that he was the father of the girl's baby. Noted pedophile R Kelley secretly married R&B singer Aaliyah in 1994 when she was 15 and he was 27. They met when she was 12 and he later helped write and produce her first album -- "Age Ain't Nothing but a Number." In 1995, teen star Brandy (age 16) started dating 21-year-old Boyz II Men member Wanya Morris. Keeping their relationship under wraps due to her age proved too stressful for the couple and they broke up soon after. In 1997, Woody Allen should have become notorious when he married his de facto step-daughter. Though she was 21 at the time of the wedding, the two met when she 8. No matter the spin, the facts are stark. This wasn't the only time Allen dated a much younger woman. Actress Babi Christina Engelhardt began a years-long love affair with Allen when she was 16 and he was 41. When Allen was 42, he romanced 17-year-old actress and high school senior Stacey Nelkin. It's the early-mid 2000s and "That 70s Show" actor, Wilmer Valderrama, continues to date teenage girls in an effort to deny that he is now over 30. He dated 16-year-old Mandy Moore despite being four years her senior. At age 24, Valderrama dated 17-year-old Lindsay Lohan though they kept the relationship a secret until her 18th birthday in 2004. In 2010, the 30-year-old began dating 17-year-old Demi Lovato. In 2001, Fast & Furious star Paul Walker (28 at the time) was dating 16-year old Aubrianna Atwell. This was not Paul's last time to date a teenager. His girlfriend at the time of his death, Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell, was 23 to his 40. They met when she was 16. Back in 2004, 26 year old Joel Madden and Hilary Duff did the familiar dance of being "just friends" until her 18th birthday in 2006. When asked about whether she was intimate with Madden or not in a 2015 interview with Cosmopolitan, Duff stated, "I had a 26-year-old boyfriend. So everyone can make their own assumptions about what I was doing." In 2005, clean cut TV heartthrob Chad Michael Murray begins dating a girl in high school. They get engaged when she turns 18 and Murray calls her a "little sweetheart" and says they have been together "for awhile." Similarly, in 2006, co-stars Hayden Panettiere and Milo Ventimiglia began dating. She was 17. He was 12 years her senior. Actor Doug Hutchison married 16-year-old Courtney Stodden in 2011, when he was 51 years old. The dysfunctional pair became famous as reality stars, with Courtney undergoing extensive plastic surgery to maintain their image. Rapper Tyga and Kylie Jenner began "hanging out" an awful lot beginning in 2014 when she was 16 and he was 24. They dated on and off after that, though they became a lot more openly "on" after her 18th birthday in 2016. In late 2018, 44 year old Leonardo DiCaprio publicly reveals that he is dating 21 year old model Camilla Morrone. It's not the age gap that puts Leo on our list, it's the fact that he's known Camilla since she was 11. 2018 -- 14 year old Millie Bobby Brown innocently revealed that rapper, Drake, age 31, has been close friends with her, for the last year giving her advice about boys. He texts her, "I miss you." This is the same Drake who has, more than once, skated around that "just friends until she turns 18" line -- most recently with 18 year old model Bella Harris. Guys, this isn't a friendship. This is GROOMING. No one will stop it. They'll "date." He'll have sex with her, probably in a couple of years. No one will care because he's a man and a star. NO ONE WILL CARE UNLESS WE START MAKING PEOPLE CARE. Make them care. No free passes. No 2nd chances. A ruined career is the least they deserve. It's not cute. THIS IS NOT OK. ~ Verity Violet
2018.09.14 13:52 IdgibIkirDMy Emmy's 2018 predictions in Drama categories (Long)
Hi guys, my few predictions about upcoming Emmy's. I think that there is a lot of value in betting on entertainment events because bookmakers don't have so much precise statistical models, which they use to predict sports events. Emmy's winners are choosing by Television Academy members, so we must include many factors to predict winners.
technical quality (craftsmanship) of the series - should be the most important factor when choosing THE BEST series, and probably it is. But there are much more factors which affect results.
Some of them:
with which TV stations are Academy members professionally connected. As far as I know, HBO has a majority in Academy, but this year Netflix's 'The Crown' is the most nominated series, with 20 nominations.
real popularity of the series - members are busy people, and many of them can't watch every good series because of lack of time. There's a bigger chance they will vote for a series which they really know.
Personal anecdote - I have a similar job, which requires a lot of watching and reading content. The more I watch, the better is quality of my job, but still, I just can't watch and read everything I want - I'm up-to-date with crucial things and watch 'extras' only when I have time.
the subject matter of the series - if a topic of the series is personally important/interesting for the member.
Emmy's campaigns - events about a series, sending e-mails to the Members etc.
So now it's time for my predictions, looking for a value in this year Emmy's betting. Odds are European and taken from European bookmaker's site. An easy method to convert odds to % by yourself: 100/odds = chances in percent Example (I don't know much about this year comedy series, so remember that's just an example to show how it works): Bookmakers think that Atlanta will be chosen as Best Comedy Series 62.50% of the time (European odds 1.6; we convert this to %: 100/1.6=62.5) and Glow has only 2% of winning with European odds 51 (100/51=~2%). For some reason we think that Atlanta has a chance of winning 62.5% indeed, but... Glow is so amazing that it will win 10% of the time! If we have right, it's profitable to bet some money in Glow. For those of you who aren't familiar with probabilities, my predictions aren't 'a sure thing'. I will explain the profitability of betting. If our predictions are correct, and we will bet 100$ in similar situations in one hundred Emmy's events, then we will make a nice profit: - 90 times we will lose $100 - 10 times we will win $5,100 ($100x51) Outstanding Drama Series The Handmaid's Tale - 1.25 Game of Thrones - 4.00 The Americans - 15 The Crown - 21 Westworld - 26 This Is Us - 34 Stranger Things - 51 The Handmaid's Tale is a huge favorite in this category (Bookmakers predictions: 80% chances of winning). Acting in THT is really great, also it's 'anti-Trump' and feminist manifest, so for sure it has a big ideological advantage. I still think that THT's odds in this category are much, much overvalued. I would reduce those chances, and redistribute %-points to other series. Also, I would not bet on GoT. There's a huge chance, that GoT will be the biggest loser of this year Primetime Emmy's. This season was just a prelude before a Great Finale, and we will see A LOT of Emmy's in important categories (outstanding series, acting) for GoT next year, but not this one. The Americans were always undervalued by the Academy, but this year we saw a finale. And it was great! So I see a little (A LITTLE) bit of value here, chances for winning are little bigger than ~7% predicted by books. It's a long shot bet basically. The Crown - great series, but in 'craftmanship categories' (visual effects, costumes). In most important categories (best tv series, best actors/actresses) not so much. I think that most undervalued series in this category is Westworld - 2nd season was maybe a little too complicated for a casual viewer (but Members are not casuals), but in the same time bring us much more philosophical subjects, and was even better technically than in the 1st season. Also, it's also a little bit of dystopia (like THT) and topics (AI) are very valid now. Chances of winning for WW are bigger than 4%, in my opinion. So I invest in Delos Corp. stocks in this category. Lead actors and actresses in drama series Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Sterling K Brown (This Is Us) - 1.75 Matthew Rhys (The Americans) - 2.2 Milo Ventimiglia (This Is Us) - 9.00 Jeffrey Wright (Westworld) - 21 Ed Harris (Westworld) - 26 Jason Bateman (Ozark) - 34 Outstanding Leading Actress in a Drama Series Elisabeth Moss (THT) - 1.33 Claire Foy (The Crown) - 5 Keri Russell (The Americans) - 7.5 Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) - 8.50 Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld) - 26 Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) - 34 Biggest value I see in a bet on Keri Russell in The Americans. Elisabeth Moss in THT is fantastic, and there's a huge chance that she will win, but it's not 75% chance. Keri Russell did a BRILLIANT, OUTSTANDING, AMAZING etc. job in last season of TA, especially in the last episode and bookmaker prediction is undervalued a lot. Without a spoiler: with Matthew Rhys, who is by the way Keri's life partner, in the last episode they both had many dramatic scenes in which they played great, including a phone scene in which they show a lot of emotions, only by their voices. But the most memorable was a 'one-shot' scene, without reshoot opportunity. A scene was heartbreaking and they both did a great job. This was extremely hard to shoot, so I'm guessing that producer used this info in promotion materials to the Members, and they should appreciate the craftsmanship skills of their colleagues. Also this episode is Matthew's submission to Emmy's, so we are sure that voters will see this performance. In Leading Actor category I would bet on Jeffrey Wright, even if I'm cheering Matthew Rhys (but odds aren't OK - I think that he has a little less chance of winning than books predict). Jeffrey performance in WW was very good, and if someone can beat actors from 'This Is Us' and Matthew Rhys, that person is Jeffrey - his chances in my opinion are bigger than 5%. Supporting Actors/Actresses in Drama Series Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Ann Dowd (THT) - 2.2 Yvonne Strahovski (THT) - 2.7 Thandie Newton (Westworld) - 5.5 Lena Headey (GoT) - 8 Vanessa Kirby (The Crown) - 15 Alexis Bledel (THT) - 26 Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) - 51 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series David Harbour (Stranger things) - 1.4 Peter Dinklade (Game of Thrones) - 3.5 Joseph Fiennes (THT) - 7 Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (GoT) - 34 Matt Smith (The Crown) - 51 Mandy Patinkin (Homeland) - 51 In Actress category it's very hard to find some lady who really outstands the crowd... so this means that betting on underdogs should be profitable - favorites are overvalued (same as in Outstanding Drama Series category). But if I must choose the most profitable bets, I would say that Thandie Newton can have a much bigger chance of a win, that those predicted by books. Also young Millie Bobby Brown as a winner can be a huge (but pleasant) surprise - she has much bigger chance that 2%. Millie's performance in Stranger Things was memorable and her acting skills are fantastic, especially for a someone in her age. Bet on Millie - real longshot this time, and few bucks on Thandie as a backup. In Supporting Actors category I would bet my money on Joseph Fiennes (THT), this is my first choice. But also a few bucks (as a longshot backup) on Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (GoT). Yes - at the beginning I wrote that GoT can be the biggest loser of this year Emmy's but anyway, I think that Nikolaj has a bigger chance for an Emmy that those predicted 3%. Odds from other categories for those of you, who know more about different genres: Outstanding Comedy Series Atlanta - 1.6 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel - 2.2 Barry - 15 Black-ish - 34 Curb your Enthusiasm - 34 Glow - 51 Silicon Valley - 51 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt - 51 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Donald Glover (Atlanta) - 1.25 Bill Hader (Barry) - 3.50 Ted Danson (The Good Place) - 21 Anthony Anderson (Black-ish) - 34 Larry David (curb Your Enthusiasm) - 34 William H. Macy (Shameless) - 34 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) - 1.1 Tracee Ellis Ross (Black-ish) - 7 Allison Janney (Mom) - 12 Issa Rae (Insecure) - 26 Pamela Adlon (Better Things) - 26 Lily Tomlin (Grace and Frankie) - 34 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Kate McKinnon (SNL) - 2.2 Alex Borstein (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) - 2.50 Laurie Metcalf (ROseanne) - 5.00 Megan Mullally (Will & Grace) - 15 Betty Gilpin (Glow) - 34 Leslie Jones (SNL) - 34 Zazie Beetz (Atlanta) - 51 Aidy Bryant (SNL) - 51 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Henry Winkler (Barry) - 1.45 Tony Shalhoub (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) - 4.5 Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) - 7.00 Tituss Burgess (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) - 9 Alec Baldwin (SNL) - 11 Kenan Thompson (SNL) - 51 Louie ANderson (Baskets) - 51 Outstanding Limited Series The Assassination of Gianni Versace - 1.08 Godless - 8 Patrick Melrose - 21 The Alienist - 21 Genius: Picasso - 26 OK TV Series lovers, tell me what are your predictions in all those categories? Did I miss something in my predictions?
Way more of you guys participated in round one of this offseason shitpost than I ever expected. So in keeping up with this madness and finding our boy Mitch true love, here are the results from round one: Roses were given to: Kay Adams Matt Nagy Daisy Ridley Aubrey Plaza Emilia Clarke Karlie Kloss Rachel A DeMita Those unfortunate enough to be sent home were: Katie Ledecky Lorde Rihanna Kay Adams was unsurprisingly the top vote getter by a large margin while Rihanna and Lorde were a virtual tie for dead last. It appears many of you do not think our QB should be romantically involved with those in the music industry, which I understand. The Karlie Kloss fan club (u/left_handed_violinist, u/hawksfan81, and u/Guhonda) have all reminded me that Karlie Kloss is currently dating Jared Kushner’s brother. However, given that she is the last remaining Taylor Swift bff in this competition I have decided to keep her in the running. So that the parity of this series does not rival that of the nba, i wanted to make a case for the underdog of the first round (Rachel A DeMita) and against that of the frontrunner (the wonderful Kay Adams). We’ll start with the positives and focus on the beloved star of 2k TV, Rachel A DeMita: Rachel is 27 years old and hails from the land of Ohio (not unlike our man Mitch). She attended Old Dominion on a full ride basketball scholarship where she received All American honors for her play. She currently posts youtube videos and has over 200k subscribers. She has a fluid jumpshot and would probably make a great amateur duo with Mitch. From what I have gathered in a thirty second google search while watching the French Open, she seems like a nice lady and Mitch would be lucky to have her. Now to play the devils advocate and show you all the skeletons in Kay Adams closet: I’ll admit, when researching her it was very difficult to find anything wrong with her. That was, until I found this. What you’ll find in this link is a tweet from Kay herself expressing embarrassment towards fellow GMFB member Kyle Brandt exposing Kay’s love for Milo Ventimiglia. A lot of you may think to yourself “oh its just a harmless celebrity crush goodpizzahunting, there’s nothing to worry about.” Well you would be wrong. Milo Ventimiglia is best known currently for his role on the TV show This Is Us. However, before that he played a love interest for Rory Gilmore (Alexis Bledel) on the Oscar Winning TV Show Gilmore Girls. We all remember this beloved series and we all remember the close relationship between Milo’s character, Jess Mariano, and Luke Danes (played by Scott Patterson). Stay with me here. Luke Danes owns a diner in this series that is frequented by both Lorelai and Rory. A diner that a Milwaukee cafe commemorated itself for during Gilmore Girls 16th Anniversary. The paper that published this story? The Green Bay Gazette. Now I don’t know much, but I would have a hard time believing that this does not link Kay Adams to our rival Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers himself. I think Kay is wonderful but we should definitely all be careful about linking her with our young and impressionable franchise quarterback. For even the mighty Theoden allowed his mind to be twisted by a trusted confidant. Anyway, in the interest of keeping this brief, you can vote for which THREE candidates you would like to move onto the FINAL ROUND of The Bachelor: Mitch Trubisky edition below. Feel free to discuss your favorite candidates and all things Gilmore Girls in the comments below. Second Round Voting: https://www.surveymonkey.com/2H72RGX
2018.04.14 02:14 AutoModerator[Rewatch Discussion] Season 4 Episode 12 'A Family Matter'
A Family Matter - Luke (Scott Patterson) is wary when his ditzy sister Liz (guest star Kathleen Wilhoite, "ER") shows up for an unexpected visit. Lorelai (Lauren Graham) promises Jason (Chris Eigeman) that she will tell her parents about their relationship, but changes her mind after Emily (Kelly Bishop) jokes about how laughable it would be if Lorelai and Jason began dating. When Paris (Liza Weil) confesses to Rory (Alexis Bledel) that her affair with the professor is becoming serious, Rory reminds her how badly she is treating her boyfriend Jamie (guest star Brandan Barash), so Paris breaks up with him. Finally, Luke discovers Jess' car is missing and reports it stolen, but discovers that Jess has come back to town to pick up the car. Rory comes upon Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) sleeping in his car but walks away without speaking to him.
2018.02.06 19:00 autobuzzfeedbot33 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About The Making Of "This Is Us"
1) The series was originally titled 36. Creator Dan Fogelman changed it after pitching the project as a “show about us.” 2) Fogelman's original script was for a feature-length film and focused on Jack and Rebecca having sextuplets. 3) The first trailer for This Is Us broke a Facebook record when it surpassed 50 million views within 11 days of its release. 4) In 2017, the series became the first network drama to be nominated for Outstanding Drama Series at the Emmy Awards since 2011. 5) With his portrayal of Randall, Sterling K. Brown became the first African American actor to win both the Golden Globe and SAG Award for Outstanding Male Actor in a Drama Series. 6) In 2018, the show became the first network drama to win Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series at the SAG Awards since Grey's Anatomy won in 2006. 7) Milo Ventimiglia helped inspire the role of Jack. After his initial audition, Fogelman changed the original character concept to help fit Ventimiglia. 8) Mandy Moore and Ventimiglia have known of each other's work for a while. Ventimiglia first crossed paths with Moore at the premiere of A Walk to Remember in 2002. 9) In college, Susan Kelechi Watson received a $5,000 scholarship from Denzel Washington to study Shakespeare at the University of Oxford. 10) Before booking the role, Chrissy Metz worked at the casting agency that represents Hannah Zeile, who plays teenage Kate. Metz remembered seeing Zeile's headshots in the office. 11) Logan Shroyer, who plays teenage Kevin, auditioned once and booked the role the next day. 12) Before starring as Toby, Chris Sullivan voiced Geico's now-iconic Hump Day camel. 13) Ron Cephas Jones's real-life daughter, Jasmine Cephas Jones, was the original Peggy SchuyleMaria Reynolds in Hamilton. 14) The character of Kate is based on Fogelman's sister Deborah, who also struggled with her weight growing up. She's even a consultant on the series. 15) Ventimiglia said a lot of his inspiration for Jack comes from his own father. 16) Kelechi Watson actually gets to choose some of what Beth wears on screen. She also has a big say in her hairstyles. 17) It takes the makeup department three and a half hours to apply the prosthetic makeup that transforms Moore into the older version of Rebecca. 18) The first time Metz saw Moore as the older version of Rebecca she started crying. 19) Ventimiglia did 223 push-ups while they were filming the scene where young Randall (Lonnie Chavis) is on Jack's back. 20) The scene in Season 2 in which the Pearsons visit Kevin in therapy/rehab was actually filmed at Justin Hartley's real-life wedding venue. 21) That scene is the longest scene This Is Us has filmed so far. The finished product is roughly 13 minutes long. 22) Ventimiglia is responsible for getting Sylvester Stallone to guest-star on the show. Ventimiglia played Stallone's son in Rocky Balboa and called in a favor. 23) In order to film Ron Howard's guest appearance in Season 2, production briefly moved to London to accommodate his filming schedule of Solo: A Star Wars Story. 24) Ventimiglia has earned the nickname "Papa" on set. 25) Ventimiglia even studied the entire call sheet for the series so he could learn everyone's names on the cast and crew. He shows up to set on days when he's not working just to hang out. 26) The entire cast has several group messages so they can stay up to date on each other's lives. They also love sending funny GIFs back and forth. 27) Metz, Hartley, Kelechi Watson, and Moore brought the actors who play young Kate, young Kevin, teenage Kevin, and young William as their plus-ones to the 2018 SAG Awards. They wanted to make sure everyone was able to attend. 28) The Chevelle car that Jack drives on the show is actually Ventimiglia's personal car. 29) Fogelman had an idea of how Jack was going to die from the beginning. When delivering his initial script to NBC, he told them where the show was going because it was important for them to understand the arc of the characters. 30) When they filmed the big fire scenes for the Season 2 premiere and the post–Super Bowl episode, they filmed for three nights, an hour and a half outside of LA. They used a fake name for the series on signs so crew members could find the set but no fans would. 31) The cast has known about the fire and how Jack died for a year and a half now. The code word for talking about it amongst the cast was "The Marble." 32) Metz barely had enough money to pay for gas to get her to the audition for Kate. When she officially booked the role, she only had 81 cents left in her bank account. 33) And finally, Metz has an email from Fogelman's producing partner framed on her wall at home. It reads, "Just curious, who got [the part of] Kate?” It stands as a reminder of a moment that changed her life dramatically. Link to article
2018.01.04 04:07 AutoModerator[Rewatch Discussion] Season 2 Episode 13 'A-Tisket, A-Tasket'
Previous Episode - Richard in Stars Hollow A-Tisket, A-Tasket - The annual Stars Hollow Picnic Basket Auction runs into romantic complications when Jess (Milo Ventimiglia) outbids Dean (Jared Padalecki) to win a picnic lunch date with Rory (Alexis Bledel), leading to a fight between Rory and Dean and an even bigger fight between Rory and Lorelai (Lauren Graham) over whether Rory should be hanging out with Jess.
2017.04.08 04:44 ck1042017 MTV Movie & TV Award Nominees
The nominees for the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards are in. "Get Out," the horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele, earned the most nominations, with six. "Beauty and the Beast" and "Stranger Things" each racked up four nods, and "Atlanta," "Game of Thrones," "Hidden Figures," "Logan," "Moonlight" and "This Is Us" each had three. The awards show, which will be hosted by "Workaholics" star Adam DeVine, will air on Sunday, May 7, at 8 p.m. on MTV. Movie of the year (Presented by Toyota C-HR)
"Beauty and the Beast" "The Edge of Seventeen" "Get Out" "Logan" "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"
Best actor in a movie
Taraji P. Henson – "Hidden Figures" Hugh Jackman – "Logan" Daniel Kaluuya – "Get Out" James McAvoy – "Split" Hailee Steinfeld – "The Edge of Seventeen" Emma Watson – "Beauty and the Beast"
Show of the year
"Atlanta" "Game of Thrones" "Insecure" "Pretty Little Liars" "Stranger Things" "This Is Us"
Best actor in a show
Millie Bobby Brown – "Stranger Things" Emilia Clarke – "Game of Thrones" Donald Glover – "Atlanta" Mandy Moore – "This Is Us" Jeffrey Dean Morgan – "The Walking Dead" Gina Rodriguez – "Jane the Virgin"
Zac Efron and Anna Kendrick – "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates" Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone – "La La Land" Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard – "Empire" Jharrel Jerome and Ashton Sanders – "Moonlight" Dan Stevens and Emma Watson – "Beauty and the Beast"
Wes Bentley – "American Horror Story" Demogorgon – "Stranger Things" Jared Leto – "Suicide Squad" Jeffrey Dean Morgan – "The Walking Dead" Allison Williams – "Get Out"
Samantha Bee – "Full Frontal With Samantha Bee" Ellen DeGeneres – "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Trevor Noah – "The Daily Show" John Oliver – "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver" RuPaul – "RuPaul's Drag Race"
"I Am Not Your Negro" "O.J.: Made in America" "13th" "This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous" "Time: The Kalief Browder Story"
Best reality competition
"America's Got Talent" "The Bachelor" "MasterChef Junior" "RuPaul's Drag Race" "The Voice"
Best comedic performance
Will Arnett – "The Lego Batman Movie" Adam Devine – "Workaholics" Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson – "Broad City" Lil Rel Howery – "Get Out" Seth MacFarlane – "Family Guy" Seth Rogen – "Sausage Party"
Stephen Amell – "Arrow" Millie Bobby Brown – "Stranger Things" Mike Colter – "Luke Cage" Grant Gustin – "The Flash" Taraji P. Henson – "Hidden Figures" Felicity Jones – "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"
"Game of Thrones" – death of Hodor (Kristian Nairn) "Grey's Anatomy" – Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) telling her children about Derek's death "Me Before You" – Will (Sam Claflin) telling Louisa (Emilia Clarke) he can't stay with her "Moonlight" – Paula (Naomie Harris) telling Chiron (Trevante Rhodes) that she loves him "This Is Us" – Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Randall (Lonnie Chavis) at karate
Riz Ahmed Daniel Kaluuya Chrissy Metz Issa Rae Yara Shahidi
Luke Evans and Josh Gad – "Beauty and the Beast" Brian Tyree Henry and Lakeith Stanfield – "Atlanta" Lil Rel Howery and Daniel Kaluuya – "Get Out" Hugh Jackman and Dafne Keen – "Logan" Adam Levine and Blake Shelton – "The Voice" Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart – "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party"
Best American story
"Black-ish" "Fresh Off the Boat" "Jane the Virgin" "Moonlight" "Transparent"
2016.08.31 23:34 Kylestache"Leak" over at DCEULeaks. A lot of it seems very believable but take it with a grain of salt obviously
Take it with a grain of salt. I copied it quick before I clicked away and tried going back to new on the sub but I can't find it anymore. Formatted it to look nicer. Original post by QuestionManVicSage
Been seeing all these leaks lately and wow. Most of this is just bullshit. So I'm here to give you guys some real details to hype you up for September 2. You'll see some of this confirmed. Hopefully, that's enough to verify me. After Friday, if you guys want more proof, I'll try to provide some.
Cyborg is out, folks. Expect a full Titans flick with Deathstroke as the main antagonist. Nightwing is in it, though, if that's any consolation. Cyborg will be in the Flash movie. Barry and Vic knew each other in school.
Deathstroke was offered to a bunch of actors but it ultimately went to Joe Manganiello.
Sequel to Man of Steel will be released in 2020 (the name Superman will not be in the title). Villain is Braniac. They're trying to court several directors including J.J. Abrams and Duncan Jones. Other characters being considered include Supergirl and Superboy. Lex Luthor will be a key character in Braniac's new origin. I believe the origin they have planned at the moment is Lex uses Kryptonian and alien tech to enhance LexOS and it becomes Braniac. From what I've seen though, they DEFINITELY want Braniac in a physical comic book-y form, not as some AI controlling drones or machines or something.
Edgar Wright is also being courted for a DCEU project.
They're trying not to make Justice League feel overcrowded but it's very clear that there is a lot they're working with already. Looking to be a long movie. They know they can't cut out a ton of stuff and repeat past mistakes.
Justice League's villain is Steppenwolf as you all know. The League fights Parademons for a good chunk of the film. Lex is let out of prison and gets the public to love him. He tries to manipulate the public into hating heroes like Batman and Superman but it doesn't work. Lex helps Steppenwolf come to Earth in exchange for technology and knowledge. Lex is very manipulative and much calmer than he was in BvS. He's also much scarier in my opinion. There's a funny scene after the League is assembled where Joker and Harley are committing a crime and they expect Batman to show up...when the whole League arrives. It's really funny and Joker and Harley just stand there, not knowing what to do now. Kind of like a "Well...shit" moment. Later, the League get their asses kicked by Steppenwolf but then Superman returns and weakens him. The full Justice League then works together to defeat Steppenwolf in an awesome climactic fight reminiscent of the big fight scene in The Avengers. Superman has a beard, long hair, tattered/scorched-looking black suit, and is thin at first (not as thin as Flashpoint Superman but still thin). During the fight with Steppenwolf, you see his full strength return with each swing and with each second he's in the sunlight. Green Lantern shows up at the very very end of the film (may even be moved to mid/post-credit scene). There's a full Darkseid tease at the end buuuuut...
Justice League 2 may or may not use Darkseid as the villain. The biggest concern is comparisons to Thanos. They may hold off and use him further down the line once the dust has settled following Infinity War. Other villains being considered are the Injustice League, the Crime Syndicate and The Society. They really want multiple villains for the sequel for some reason. Tower of Babel is also being discussed as a possible plot.
Justice League 2 will be pushed back to the end of 2019 to make room for Justice League Dark (which will have a different title to not confuse moviegoers).
Aquaman will release August 2018. The villain is Black Manta, though as far as I know he has not been cast yet. The concept sketches do show the full suit which made me very excited. They want Black Manta to be a Darth Vader-esque character, in that his voice and presence is intimidating and terrifying even when he's not fighting. Aqualad is in it and serves his father for a good chunk of the film. He eventually switches sides and helps Aquaman. There's a cool fight scene planned where Aquaman and Aqualad fight Black Manta's army before Aquaman goes off to fight Black Manta at the end.
Flash's release date is March 2018. Villains are the Rogues, led by a really...creepy Captain Cold. The film is going to be really fun but Captain Cold is...strange. Creepy is really the best way I can describe it. I'm not entirely sold on the concept so hopefully it'll work better on the big screen. He wears a sleek mechanical suit that has the same color scheme and pattern as his comic book incarnation. They noticed how fan's loved the Speedforce scenes in the show and hope to put their own spin on something similar.
The Batman film (right now called The Batman though they're considering other titles) will release October 5 2018. Current plot has Black Mask as the main villain breaking other villains out of Arkham to kill Batman. Joker and Harley have a subplot involving a bomb to blow up all the inmates once Batman recaptures them all that results in Harley leaving the Joker because of the abuse and Batman trying to rehabilitate her. Deathstroke is sent in by Waller to help contain the situation so she can use them for her own means but Batman fights Deathstroke and promises Waller that he's coming for her next. Deadshot is also in it but leaves the Asylum to be with his daughter instead of getting his revenge on Batman. There's a really cool scene where Black Mask lines all the villains up and asks who will join him to get revenge (this scene will focus a lot on Deadshot's reactions, making it clear he wants only freedom). Many of the villains get away in the end, with Batman promising to hunt them all down. The film will end with Batman overlooking Gotham and seeing one of the B-List villains (has yet to be decided) committing a crime.
Luke Evans was approached to play Sinestro in Green Lantern Corp. Not sure if he agreed. The film will be lighthearted and fun. They're modeling the tone after old cheesy scifi serials. As of right now, the villain will be Sinestro with a tease of Atrocitus towards the end (subject to change however). They want to explore the various Lantern Corps with this film and the sequels.
They want to do something fresh and new to revamp Black Adam in Shazam. From what I've heard, Dwayne Johnson has been in constant communication about what they could do to make this film better. Billy is also a huge Justice League fan and he meets them at the end of the film as Shazam.
Misha Collins, Channing Tatum, Milo Ventimiglia, Steven Yeun, and Jake Gyllenhaal have been approached for various roles.
Rob Lowe was approached to play one of the villains in the Flash film. They apparently really want him to play a villain.
Emily Blunt, Rosamund Pike, Alexandria Daddario, and Jessica Chastain have also been approached.
Expect full trailers for both Wonder Woman and Justice League emphasizing the "fun" of these movies. The Wonder Woman trailer shows the villain a little. Also expect a bunch of announcements regarding casting, release dates being moved, a few new films being added to the slate, plans for DCEU shows and DCEU animated movies (no shows or movies will be announced, just that they will make stuff that tie in), and more.
Going off that last bit, they're planning on bringing the DCEU shows to HBO exclusively. Ideas being tossed around include Birds of Prey, Nightwing, The Question (heavily being considered as being the first, last I heard), The Phantom Stranger, Zatanna, and Doctor Fate.
The animated films will show what some of the characters are up to during the events of the other films.
Suicide Squad 2 will happen though after 2020, likely to be 2021. Will have a slightly altered roster. It also will not be directed by David Ayer.
The DCEU has been mapped out to about 2025.
The Booster Gold/Blue Beetle movie is up in the air right now. They're leaning on the edge of approving it after the success of Deadpool but may use it as an HBO show.
2016.08.31 23:04 QuestionManVicSavageDCEU Information Leak
Been seeing all these leaks lately and wow. Most of this is just bullshit. So I'm here to give you guys some real details to hype you up for September 2. You'll see some of this confirmed. Hopefully, that's enough to verify me. After Friday, if you guys want more proof, I'll try to provide some. *Cyborg is out, folks. Expect a full Titans flick with Deathstroke as the main antagonist. Nightwing is in it, though, if that's any consolation. Cyborg will be in the Flash movie. Barry and Vic knew each other in school. *Deathstroke was offered to a bunch of actors but it ultimately went to Joe Manganiello. *Sequel to Man of Steel will be released in 2020 (the name Superman will not be in the title). Villain is Braniac. They're trying to court several directors including J.J. Abrams and Duncan Jones. Other characters being considered include Supergirl and Superboy. Lex Luthor will be a key character in Braniac's new origin. I believe the origin they have planned at the moment is Lex uses Kryptonian and alien tech to enhance LexOS and it becomes Braniac. From what I've seen though, they DEFINITELY want Braniac in a physical comic book-y form, not as some AI controlling drones or machines or something. *Edgar Wright is also being courted for a DCEU project. *They're trying not to make Justice League feel overcrowded but it's very clear that there is a lot they're working with already. Looking to be a long movie. They know they can't cut out a ton of stuff and repeat past mistakes. *Justice League's villain is Steppenwolf as you all know. The League fights Parademons for a good chunk of the film. Lex is let out of prison and gets the public to love him. He tries to manipulate the public into hating heroes like Batman and Superman but it doesn't work. Lex helps Steppenwolf come to Earth in exchange for technology and knowledge. Lex is very manipulative and much calmer than he was in BvS. He's also much scarier in my opinion. There's a funny scene after the League is assembled where Joker and Harley are committing a crime and they expect Batman to show up...when the whole League arrives. It's really funny and Joker and Harley just stand there, not knowing what to do now. Kind of like a "Well...shit" moment. Later, the League get their asses kicked by Steppenwolf but then Superman returns and weakens him. The full Justice League then works together to defeat Steppenwolf in an awesome climactic fight reminiscent of the big fight scene in The Avengers. Superman has a beard, long hair, tattered/scorched-looking black suit, and is thin at first (not as thin as Flashpoint Superman but still thin). During the fight with Steppenwolf, you see his full strength return with each swing and with each second he's in the sunlight. Green Lantern shows up at the very very end of the film (may even be moved to mid/post-credit scene). There's a full Darkseid tease at the end buuuuut... *Justice League 2 may or may not use Darkseid as the villain. The biggest concern is comparisons to Thanos. They may hold off and use him further down the line once the dust has settled following Infinity War. Other villains being considered are the Injustice League, the Crime Syndicate and The Society. They really want multiple villains for the sequel for some reason. Tower of Babel is also being discussed as a possible plot. *Justice League 2 will be pushed back to the end of 2019 to make room for Justice League Dark (which will have a different title to not confuse moviegoers). *Aquaman will release August 2018. The villain is Black Manta, though as far as I know he has not been cast yet. The concept sketches do show the full suit which made me very excited. They want Black Manta to be a Darth Vader-esque character, in that his voice and presence is intimidating and terrifying even when he's not fighting. Aqualad is in it and serves his father for a good chunk of the film. He eventually switches sides and helps Aquaman. There's a cool fight scene planned where Aquaman and Aqualad fight Black Manta's army before Aquaman goes off to fight Black Manta at the end. *Flash's release date is March 2018. Villains are the Rogues, led by a really...creepy Captain Cold. The film is going to be really fun but Captain Cold is...strange. Creepy is really the best way I can describe it. I'm not entirely sold on the concept so hopefully it'll work better on the big screen. He wears a sleek mechanical suit that has the same color scheme and pattern as his comic book incarnation. They noticed how fan's loved the Speedforce scenes in the show and hope to put their own spin on something similar. *The Batman film (right now called The Batman though they're considering other titles) will release October 5 2018. Current plot has Black Mask as the main villain breaking other villains out of Arkham to kill Batman. Joker and Harley have a subplot involving a bomb to blow up all the inmates once Batman recaptures them all that results in Harley leaving the Joker because of the abuse and Batman trying to rehabilitate her. Deathstroke is sent in by Waller to help contain the situation so she can use them for her own means but Batman fights Deathstroke and promises Waller that he's coming for her next. Deadshot is also in it but leaves the Asylum to be with his daughter instead of getting his revenge on Batman. There's a really cool scene where Black Mask lines all the villains up and asks who will join him to get revenge (this scene will focus a lot on Deadshot's reactions, making it clear he wants only freedom). Many of the villains get away in the end, with Batman promising to hunt them all down. The film will end with Batman overlooking Gotham and seeing one of the B-List villains (has yet to be decided) committing a crime. *Luke Evans was approached to play Sinestro in Green Lantern Corp. Not sure if he agreed. The film will be lighthearted and fun. They're modeling the tone after old cheesy scifi serials. As of right now, the villain will be Sinestro with a tease of Atrocitus towards the end (subject to change however). They want to explore the various Lantern Corps with this film and the sequels. *They want to do something fresh and new to revamp Black Adam in Shazam. From what I've heard, Dwayne Johnson has been in constant communication about what they could do to make this film better. Billy is also a huge Justice League fan and he meets them at the end of the film as Shazam. *Misha Collins, Channing Tatum, Milo Ventimiglia, Steven Yeun, and Jake Gyllenhaal have been approached for various roles. *Rob Lowe was approached to play one of the villains in the Flash film. They apparently really want him to play a villain. *Emily Blunt, Rosamund Pike, Alexandria Daddario, and Jessica Chastain have also been approached. *Expect full trailers for both Wonder Woman and Justice League emphasizing the "fun" of these movies. The Wonder Woman trailer shows the villain a little. Also expect a bunch of announcements regarding casting, release dates being moved, a few new films being added to the slate, plans for DCEU shows and DCEU animated movies (no shows or movies will be announced, just that they will make stuff that tie in), and more. *Going off that last bit, they're planning on bringing the DCEU shows to HBO exclusively. Ideas being tossed around include Birds of Prey, Nightwing, The Question (heavily being considered as being the first, last I heard), The Phantom Stranger, Zatanna, and Doctor Fate. *The animated films will show what some of the characters are up to during the events of the other films. *Suicide Squad 2 will happen though after 2020, likely to be 2021. Will have a slightly altered roster. It also will not be directed by David Ayer. *The DCEU has been mapped out to about 2025. *The Booster Gold/Blue Beetle movie is up in the air right now. They're leaning on the edge of approving it after the success of Deadpool but may use it as an HBO show.
I think the doc is very intense and very authentic--we really embedded with Delon and Garrett, so i hope everyone gets a very clear sense of what it's like to live with PTS, and what it was like for them to go through the tenth cohort of Save A Warrior. I think the conversation afterwards is really informative, it includes IAVA, Team Rubicon, Natl Assn of Black Veterans, Bush Institute, Dole Foundation (for Caregivers) Adam Corrolla, Milo Ventimiglia, JR Martinez, Peter Berg, Dr Loree K Sutton (Retired Brigadier General) Dr. Brian Rees MD (retired Colonel, specializing in PTS), Pastor Gregory Brooks,
Question for you: how did you hear about the project? just curious.
I never felt pressured to slant a story a particular way. i think the biggest issue is really lack of exposure to other points of view--so the repeated narrative is the same ole same ole. there are not enough voices around the table who say--hey, here's a completely different perspective on this. so what happens is the cliched story lives on. i never thought it was because of pressure, it was more (in my mind) because the voices framing the stories are not particularly diverse--and by diverse i mean racially ethnically demographically geographically age-wise, gender wise etc etc.
Yup and i think for every working mom and dad. there are only so many hours and motherhood and career and spouse each take up a ton of time. i try to get off my own back (guilt is sorta useless) and focus on being present wherever i am. if i'm stuck at work then i want to focus on getting that done. if i'm hanging out w the kids then i try to keep work to a minimum--but really for the most part it's just all a big crazy juggle.
I read and watch everything--i think multiple sources is a good way of getting info, i think it's unwise to 'trust' a single source on anything. individuals i like? sopan deb at cbs, jamelle bouie, bomani jones, ryan lizza is awesome, everyone on hbo real sports, john oliver samantha bee, gwen ifill... list goes on and on... used to live in SF so i do love the napa valley. haven't been there in a long time!
Don't really have a favorite. love reporting on sports for RealSports, love reporting on race (black in america and latino in america docs). Very excited about my new film coming out tomorrow (one day only!) about veterans with PTS--it's beautiful and I think the conversation that follows the doc is really important. (shameless plug: go to fathomevents.com to buy tix and see theater locations)
Yeah, sure. i think the key is to not let others idiocy throw you off your game. in the moment i tend to deal w it by smiling nicely and informing them that i'm happy to get them a cup of coffee and i'm looking forward to interviewing them too. that tends to un-nerve them. for the most part i ignore people disrespecting me--it takes too much energy to focus on that crap and i have a lot to get done.
Hmm no, i never found that. i think identity is really interesting--but i'm a big believer in using studies and data as the basis of my reporting. i believe good storytelling always rules. the doc that's running tomorrow (The War Comes Home --go to fathom.com for theaters and to buy tix) is about the identity of veterans. getting and up close and authentic look i think is very helpful to the doc--it makes it much better.
We send girls to and through college--mostly girls who lack financial support. it's called the Starfish Foundation. We also hold PowHERful conferences, for girls, where we host a day long summit, in cities across the country, for high schoolers and college students looking to access info about jobs in STEM, opportunities for internships, and more!
God, so so many, in terms of really stupid live shots. once with a live fish, once w a cat, who was believed to have been reincarnated from a dead roommate (my husband said not my finest work). There are of course live shots from terribly tragic scenes--those are often the hardest to do because you're crying between shots.
Just finished my 41st doc. my faves--first Black In America doc, the one about Silicon Valley too. Loved the doc I did about female rescue workers at ground zero. love my new project--The War Comes Home following two young men, both veterans with PTS, as they go through a week long program called Save A Warrior.
Yeah, don't interview people--just talk to them. you won't get any good stories if people don't trust you. just hang out with people and when you do tell a story, whoever it features, make sure you fully feel the onus of doing a good job. having someone's story in your hands is a lot of power--respect that.
I was pretty outgoing as a kid. i think for a twenty year old (or really everyone) try stuff. do internships, volunteer, expose yourself to interesting opportunities to get a sense of what your passion might be and how that might intersect with what you're good at. informational interviews are exhausting but helpful too.
First, congrats! i started interning and immediately loved it (wbz tv in boston, which was back then an nbc station) tips? write write write. all the time. get your foot in the door. there is no question in my mind that journalists have a huge capacity to bring attention to important issues and thusly, facilitate change.
What was your experience as you were leaving the service--what programs, processes did they put you through to ensure that you were fine. some folks have told me there was not much in terms of a exit strategy out of the military. was that your experience?
Tell her to keep writing, to work on finding her style and her voice. it took me a really long time. she should also get a lot of feedback from people she respects--who will give her honest and constructive advice. she should publish her work if she can--even on a friend's blog. oh and develop a very VERY thick skin.
Aww that's so great. cliff was awesome, and completely insane, which i enjoyed. leo laporte was the best--really helpful and friendly (and as his alter-ego dev) completely awful! can you believe it's been 20 years since that show was on???
Left on my own. they wanted to take me off the morning show, but asked me to stay at cnn. i had done morning tv for a while, was ready to move on. they were my first client when i launched Starfish Media.
Be clear on what your message is--then build your speech to that point. be clear and concise--write like you'd speak, so it doesn't sound 'speechy" . i think the best strategy for sounding good is to really be prepared re: what you're talking about.
Come see our film: The War Comes Home one day only --tomorrow Tues May 24th Find theaters and buy tickets at fathomevents.com i'm watching it in Union Square NYC tomorrow. not sure about next round of screenings, but we will let folks know.
2016.02.09 03:48 gk21Everything We Know For Sure About Gilmore Girls: Seasons (Spoilers!)
UPDATE: This post has reached the character limit and can no longer be updated. Versions here and here will continue to be updated until November 25. All confirmed information is linked to the source. Most Recent Updates Italicized Returning Cast - Confirmed
Emily is a little ‘manic’ after the loss of Richard (x)
Richard is “honored so much” in the whole series (x)
“Amy has done something I was actually hoping for…[Emily] does taking a journey, she takes a journey of recovery” (x)
Emily has a nice evolutions that’s “logical and bizarre” (x)
Emily’s maid situation is “wacky”, “I was firing all these people and not I have a whole other situation” (x)
Jess is in "I would say more than two, less than four" episodes (x) Update: Milo on Periscope "I'll be back for 2 out of the 4 90-minute mini-movies" and then when asked if he was in 2 or 3 episodes he gave his previous "More than 2, less than 4" answer (x--I have this video saved if needed)
Jess is there to "push the ball forward for some folks in Stars Hollow" (x)
Jess is in "Summer" and "Fall" for sure (x, his summer appearance confirmed by being in the same episode as Sutton Foster x, x)
Jess appears to still has his cahave a similar car (x more explanation on the likelihood of this here) Note: From the look’s of that, Jess is in “Winter”
Milo was filming with Scott Patterson and Sean Gunn (x, x)
The Life and Death Brigade will make an appearance (x)
The Life and Death Brigade appears in "Fall"--actors for Colin, Finn and Robert were all present for the table read (x, x, x)
Nick Holmes (Robert): "I'm excited, very excited for the upcoming episode for the Life and Death Brigade because of the kind of indulgence that can be shown that could not be shown before. It's very exciting and very sexy and very fun" (On Periscope--I took the video off YouTube at Nick's request)
Jackie Hoffman is filming the same night as the LDB (x and Nick Holmes periscope which confirms him and Matt Czuchry the same night x)
At least one Life and Death Brigade scene involves a night shoot (x and Nick Holmes on Periscope)
"[Jared] was asked about his recent shooting for Gilmore Girls, and I don’t remember the town he specified because I never watched the show, but from what I gathered from his comments about the new footage, Dean isn’t living in the same place anymore and he ends up running into an old friend." (x)
And as to Dad, I know he did understand the impact of Spock on people all over the world. He was reminded about this many times in his life. But he was also a man of great humility and gratitude and that's why I believe he loved the fan base so much and tried so hard to give back to them when he could.
I would say to them: “Insufficient facts always invite danger.” - Spock, "Space Seed." I've been working on this project since November, and have engaged in a number of pre-production activities (research, editorial, collecting ST artifacts, firing phasers, etc). I have also had a number of production days with film crews. All of this without any outside funding whatsoever. Unfortunately, contrary to popular belief, my resources are not limitless. (Sorry to disappoint anyone!), and the making of this film is going to be expensive particularly because I'm required, just like anyone else, to license hundreds (yes hundreds!) of stills and film clips of Mr. Spock, and Leonard Nimoy in other roles. After all, what's a Spock Doc without Spock?
And back to your second question...One of my favorite experiences was directing an episode of a short-lived series entitled "The Opposite Sex" starring a young Chris Evans and a younger Milo Ventimiglia both of whom were wonderful. Everything clicked on that show it just all came together so well. It was a great time.
Yes there were many ups and downs with sharing my father with the millions of ST fans who wanted his attention. It was at times very difficult to share him with the public when I had so little contact with him during the ST years and the Mission:Impossible years when he was rarely around. But the last years of his life were all about family and that more than made up for any difficulties in our past.
One of my earliest memories of seeing Dad on TV was in the Outer Limits. The show was entitled "I, Robot" and was about a robot named Adam. I was totally engrossed in the story when Dad suddenly and unexpectedly appeared as the sympathetic reporter. Wow. That blew my eight year old mind. Dad and I remade that episode with me directing in 1995. Another blow mind.
The first time I realized that there were so many of you is when sacks of fan mail starting arriving at our home. I was ten years old and I sent away for X Ray glasses to see through girls' clothes. I waited everyday for the glasses to arrive and packages did arrive…but they were always for Mr. Spock. And when the glasses finally came, I could see through anything.
I have many favorite memories but one of the best was sitting down with Dad when I got my first directing assignment on ST: TNG and going through the script scene by scene. Dad was a fabulous story-teller and helped me understand that what's happening in the scene is far more important than where to put the freaking camera.
Like all friendships, they had their ups and downs but I can tell you this: There were a lot of good times between them and my dad was there for Bill during very difficult times. And, Bill has been one of the biggest supporters of For The Love Of Spock my documentary film about my dad and Mr. S.
JJs doing both, why can't I? Actually I am a big SW fan. This franchise came out in '77 while we were all still waiting for a ST movie. The success of SW had a lot to do with getting traction for a ST movie. And hey, Luke Skywalker and I both had very interesting fathers.
Yes we believe this is the core problem: not enough fans know about the Kickstarter campaign For The Love Of Spock. We need the fans to tell startrek.com to help spread the word and then let's see what happens. I also think people mistakenly believe that it's ok to wait til the last minute to pledge. The truth is we need your support right now.
I study Torah with my rabbi only because I'm interested in living a full and more meaningful life. I do attend services on a semi regular basis. My fondest memory of my father is when he used to read from the Book of Jonah on Yom Kippur. It was so wonderful to see him up there reading. I loved that experience so much I named my son Jonah.
I've always tried to by my own man. That's one of the reasons I went to law school. Even though I switched careers and followed some of my father's path, things have worked out well for me. I walk a much smaller path than my father, but I try to walk it well.
I do have other projects in the wings but my focus has to be on For The Love Of Spock and this Kickstarter campaign. As for the fans, I firmly believe they are the reason Mr. Spock has endured for so many years. My father LOVED the fans and tried to give back to them whenever he could. This Spockumentary is really for the fans and hopefully will bring new fans on board.
To be perfectly honest, these were my two first directing gigs and I was a little (read a lot) nervous. But the cast and crew were terrific in helping me understand what it means to be a director on episodic TV. I loved the show and it was an honor to work on it and thank you for you kind words.
See my response previously about life lessons, but most people don't know that my father had private pilot's license and flew us all over the country. He was an excellent pilot and was also an excellent sailor due to his years sailing the Charles River in Boston.
My dad was a big fan of Paul Muni and so am I. Paul was a character actor (he was the first Scarface) and played many many different characters (Check out "I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang"). This is exactly what Dad aspired to do.
Dad had a great time appearing in that video. He actually did it as a favor for my step brother Aaron Bay Schuck who signed Bruno to Atlantic records. We already have approval to use a snippet of that video in my documentary on Dad and Mr. S.
I missed that podcast and will check it out. Truth is this is a business and like anyone else, I have to pay for clips for my film. That being said, the Powers That Be are working with me to help get me what I need within the budget I have to work with.
The conventions were a way for Dad to connect directly with the fans and he loved the conventions. Our entire family was present for Dad's last convention appearance in Chicago in 2011 and it was very emotional for him and for us.
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