( picturesCollapse )On her recent vacation:
“I was at a resort, and I thought, I should be loving this—but I wasn’t getting anything done, and that terrified me. When I feel like I’m not accomplishing something, I feel like I failed the day. I guess I missed work.”On kissing Megan Fox for Jennifer’s Body:
“We kissed really well together. We have similar kissing styles! If I watch the scene, it’s actually really sexy…We got it done for the masses, and, sadly, the masses didn’t show up.”On her fame:
“It may be that I’m older, and it may be that social media is everywhere now. I don’t think I was really famous until last year—and I felt like no one paid much attention to what I was doing. That was good. But Les Mis was an international hit, and that changed things. Before, I was a little more anonymous.”On her beloved dog Finn:
“When I landed in Korea recently, there were people holding up pictures of Finn. In the past year, people just learned how to pronounce my last name correctly, but they all know everything about my dog.”
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Pixar’s director of 3D reveals that a re-release of The Incredibles and Ratatouille is in the pipeline.
The Incredibles, the animated feature about a family of undercover superheroes, looks set to be re-released in 3D.
Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios is working a 3D retrofit of the film, which took more than $630m at the worldwide box office when released in 2004 and won two Oscars including Best Animated Feature.
Speaking at the 3D Creative Summit in London, Pixar’s director of 3D production Josh Hollander said: “Right now we’re working on The Incredibles, which is a lot of fun in 3D. I’m not sure what the release strategy for it will be.
“It’s been an interesting challenge to work on technology because - while the film was released 10 years ago - the technology is even older as it took four years to make.”
Hollander also revealed that Ratatouille, which like The Incredibles was directed by Brad Bird, also looks set for re-release in 3D.
“We have a version of Ratatouille, which works really well in 3D and we’re trying to figure out exactly what the release strategy for that will be,” he told delegates.
They would follow 3D re-issues of Toy Story and Toy Story 2 as well as Finding Nemo and Monsters Inc.
Hollander’s teams are also working on the 3D for Inside Out, the animated feature set inside the mind of a young girl, which is the next film from Up and Monsters Inc director Pete Docter.
“The movie is just pure magic,” said Hollander of the film, set for a June 2015 release. “We’re looking at how translucency and opacity is used, which plays really well in 3D.
“There’s not much more I can share about it but it will build upon our use of 3D, supporting ‘emotions’ and emotional moments.”
Hollander, who joined Pixar in 2000 as a modelling coordinator on Finding Nemo, has been working on 3D for the animation studio since 2008. The first film released by Pixar in 3D was Up, in 2009.( The two BEST Pixar movies invite you inCollapse )sourceSure it's not a sequel to either one. Still cool.
Opening up about Swifty to Cosmopolitan, Karlie spilled: “She is the coolest girl, she’s so sweet. That [the Victoria's Secret show] was really the first time I got to meet her, although we’d crossed paths a bunch of times... I really got the chance to get to know her.”
When asked what sorts of stuff they talk about together on their gal pal sleepovers and bezzie mates road trips, Karlie revealed: “She’s a normal girl. She’s not that much older than me, like two years older. Normal girl stuff like boys, dancing...”“She’s a really, really nice girl and someone that I’ve really gotten to know. She is perfect and nice and never says anything mean”, she added.
And answering the question that we’ve all ALWAYS wanted to know, Karlie admitted that Taylor Swift is a gramatically correct texter. Of course she is. She spilled: “She does ‘y-o-u’ rather than ‘u’, she’s a true writer. But I’m better at using emojis. Hashtag bombshell.”src2014: the year tay/sel died so tay/hot tall models could happen 🐙
“We have to go back.” That’s what Dr. Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox) says after returning home from the island in the third season finale of ABC’s epic drama Lost. And this Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, several of those castaways — as well as executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse — did indeed come back, to discuss the pivotal series as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of its premiere.
In addition to Lindelof and Cuse, the panel included Josh Holloway (Sawyer), Yunjin Kim (Sun), Jorge Garcia (Hurley), Ian Somerhalder (Boone), Maggie Grace (Shannon), Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond), and Malcolm David Kelley (Walt). The cast and producers reminisced about their magical time on “The Island” and, naturally, still left us with a few unsolved mysteries. (Meanwhile, the panel’s moderator, comedian Paul Scheer, awkwardly urged audience members not to ask about another mysterious plane crash because it would “be in poor taste.” Yes; yes it would.) We did, however, learn these five things:( WE HAVE TO GO BACK KATECollapse )srchow do you feel about this mess 10 years later, ontd?
Lorde's making plenty of friends in Boston.The 17-year-old singer-songwriter, who was in Massachusetts to perform a Friday night concert at the Orpheum Theatre, headed to the New England Aquarium earlier in the day where she had a rendezvous with Kit the fur seal pup, who was born last summer.
Dressed in a black knit Boston Bruins hat, shorts and a green military-style coat, Lorde got up close and personal with several animals during her visit, which included a tour of the facility.
She fed penguins some lettuce during a live presentation and took snapshots of the jellyfish in their tank.
"Jellies at the New England Aquarium, where we took a tour this morning – staff are lovely/knowledgeable and all the sea life looks really well cared for," she wrote on Instagram
Despite having fun with the penguins and seals, it looks like the frosty weather in Massachusetts wasn't quite to Lorde's liking.
"This is the coldest place I have ever [been]," she wrote in a text that she shared on Instagram
.PeopleThat seal pup is not feeling her. Run for your life little guy...
Jason Bateman lets the profanity fly in his new film Bad Words. And it turns out the father of two is a bit of a swear word aficionado in real life, too – with limits. "I tend to use as many as I can think of," he tells GQ for its latest issue. "I don't do it around my 7-year-old, but I do around my 2-year-old, because she doesn't know what the hell I'm saying yet."
His favorite curse word? Hint: It begins with the word "mother." ( MoreCollapse )SourceDo you swear a lot? Fave curse word?
The Marshmallows turned out in droves this weekend to check out the theatrical debut of Veronica Mars. The Kickstarter-funded, cult TV show adaptation opened to a cool $2 million from 291 theaters (265 in the U.S.)
, earning the pic a spot on the top 10 according, to initial estimates.
The PG-13 pic was also released simultaneously on VOD — free for Kickstarter backers who’d contributed $35 or more to the record-breaking campaign, but also available for purchase or rental through digital download services such as iTunes or Amazon. The industry has not gotten into a mode where they share VOD earnings, but the multi-platform availability clearly did not dissuade fans from making the trek to the theaters. But, is it a success?( Is it a success?Collapse )I'm so excited! Given the box office numbers and the success of the movie on iTunes we have a good shot at a sequel! I also read somewhere that WB was expecting $1m for the opening weekend, and the movie got that on opening day, so things are looking good if that's true! I don't want to get too hopeful though. The movie just made me want more Veronica Mars.source