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We all must wait until Sunday before True Detective‘s finale reveals that the entire mystery was but a viral campaign for Lone Star beer. So, to tide you over, here are a couple dumb but sort of brilliant True Detective-related things to fill just over a minute of the time left to go. Though, really, time is just a flat circle, etc.
(Thanks, Kevin Tomorrow!)
There were so many television pilot orders, series orders, and cancelations today. Here are most-to-all of them.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill are officially not the only ones with a hip hop series in development. Fox has reportedly picked up Empire, a “Jay Z story”-like family drama series from Lee Daniels and Lee Daniels’ Lee Daniels’ The Butler writer Danny Strong.
Fox also reportedly ordered four comedies to series or pilot. They are: Weird Loners, a sitcom about four relationship-phobic people thrown together in a Queens townhouse. With Kevin James, one would hope. Sober Companion takes a new spin on the odd couple genre, pairing a self-destructive but charismatic attorney with an unconventional, court-appointed sponsor. Dead Boss, based on a UK series, sees a woman wronfully-imprisoned for murdering her superior. Here’s Your Damn Family has Malcolm in the Middle‘s Jane Kaczmarek attached to star as a single mom putting up with the 30-year-old son still living with her. This will probably not be her Breaking Bad.
NBC, meanwhile, has ordered a pilot for the single-camera comedy The Pro. Free of his Parks and Recreation smiling duties, Rob Lowe will reportedly star as a former tennis pro who reunites with his former partner at a country club.
Bad news for Family Tree and Hello Ladies. HBO has canceled the series after their wholly underwhelming first seasons. We can all go back to pretending Christopher Guest and Stephen Merchant quit on top after making game-changing mockumentaries.
ABC has reportedly picked up a few pilots, too. Forever centers on New York City’s most experienced medical examiner. (Note: he is most experienced because HE IS IMMORTAL.) Based on a Scandinavian show, Exposed follows “an investigative journalist who will stop at nothing to uncover the truth — including making questionable alliances.” And those are the most thrilling kind of alliances! Thirdly, The Visitors is based on the Ray Bradbury short story Zero Hour, and it involves children being manipulated by aliens to gain control of Earth. Kids! Gotta love ‘em.
Following the breakout success of Ride Along, ABC also reportedly added a Kevin Hart pilot to be based on his life and standup, teaching the comedian that there’s no skipping steps in this business. You may be a movie star now, Hart, but that doesn’t mean you just get to avoid the requisite tepid, semi-autobiographical, multi-camera sitcom.
Not only is he totally adorbzies with that perfectly square jaw line, but Josh Hutcherson has a heart of pure gold!
He really IS like his dreamy Hunger Games character, Peeta Mellark!
The actor took a break from his ULTRA busy promo schedule for Hunger Games: Catching Fire to partner …
Bill Compton’s about to take on duel roles…
Because Stephen Moyer is set to direct season 7′s premiere episode of the hot HBO vampire driller (drama-thriller) True Blood!
The seksi actor will hopefully start the final season off with a bang—since he’s had some practice sitting in the camera’s driver’s seat before!
- Madonna (remasterizado) – True Blue (bonus Track)
CD > POPULAR MUSIC > ROCKA quintessential ’80s pop artifact, Madonna’s third album was a huge musical leap forward and ranks with Like a Prayer and Ray of Light in the top echelon of her works. Only the title track (a bit too obviously a ’60s girl-group homage) and the fine-but-nothing-special “Jimmy Jimmy” slightly lower the quality bar. Most of the songs share a jittery dance-pop sound, edgy, distracted, and nerve-jangling but simultaneously invigorating and exhilarating and almost dangerously giddy–a perfect soundtrack for the mid-’80s. Highlights include the hedonist’s credo of “Where’s the Party,” the subtle and pretty Latin pastiche “La Isla Bonita,” and, towering above all, three stunning mega-hits. “Papa Don’t Preach,” with its gorgeous pseudo-classical strings intro, is a sumptuous airwaves banquet, as Madonna wrestles with the have-the-baby-or-give-it-up dilemma (abortion’s not in the picture) in newly gritty tones. “Open Your Heart”‘s marriage of jitter-pop and wistful melody underscores the singer’s yearning but forceful stance (“You better open your heart to me, buster”). And “Live to Tell” is a riveting ballad, lushly melodic yet spare and haunting–a place, as the song says, where beauty lives. –Ken Barnes
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Showing off her hard work after giving birth to twins in the fall, Anna Paquin donned lacy lingerie in this Sunday’s episode of “True Blood” (July 14).
In the hit HBO series, the 30-year-old actress strips down in the fifth episode along with her co-stars, Rob Kazinsky, Ryan Kwanten, and Anna Camp.
Back in September, Ms. Paquin and husband/co-star Stephen Moyer welcomed fraternal twins Charlie and Poppy to the family.
As for how she’s lost the baby weight, Anna revealed routine eating habits in Self magazine in 2010, saying, “I don’t want to be one of those actresses who says, ‘I eat cheeseburgers all the time.’ I don’t! I eat a lot of fruit and vegetables.”
Question by rockskater: Is it true Jennifer Aniston used her influences to deleted the Emily character of Friends?
I liked Rachel, but I think she was a slut when she ruined Ross’s marriage. I heard Jennifer Aniston was jealous with Emily’s character.
Answer by ♥Rachel♥
Not that I’ve heard
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