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xdecemberskies posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 14:58

Zac Efron Grabs Lunch with His Manager Jason Barrett

Zac Efron wears his hood over his hat while heading out for lunch on Wednesday afternoon (July 23) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 26-year-old actor was joined by a group of friends that included his manager Jason Barrett. Could there be a new project on the horizon that they were discussing?!
Zac was spotted out the night before hanging with fellow heartthrob Robert Pattinson and their mutual friend Ryan Rottman.
10+ pictures inside of Zac Efron heading out for lunch with his manager…


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mikasaackerman posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 14:36

Lana Del Rey Covers Complex's August/September 2014 + interview + teases Ultraviolence music video

AGAINST THE GRAIN: LANA DEL REY KNOWS WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT HER. AND SHE’S LEARNED TO LIVE WITH IT



Satin gowns, fast cars, pills, and parties are the lifeblood of American glamour. Red carpets, unbridled opulence, and the kind of elegance that looks amazing in high-contrast black-and-white photographs are its marrow. Icons like Sinatra, the Kennedys, Elvis, and Marilyn Monroe appeared to be beacons of the good life, but behind the velvet rope was a darker, less-than-pristine reality: one rife with gossip, addiction, betrayal, and violence. In 2014, no artist embraces both that world’s intoxicating glow and frayed seams more acutely than Lana Del Rey.

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TEASERS FOR ULTRAVIOLENCE MUSIC VIDEO

Lana Del Rey took her social networks to tease the upcoming new music video for her next single, ‘Ultraviolence’, while wearing a wedding dress.

‘Ultraviolence’ music video, recorded in Los Angeles, is directed by Nabil Elderkin (Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, John Legend, others) and counts with Adam Powell on the team. It is also sponsored by Vice.

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smolderhotter posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 14:33

'Arrow' Bosses Reveal Season 3 Secrets: New Romances, Dark Arcs and Big Surprises


Arrow is focusing on identity in season three, and Oliver Queen won't be the only one dealing with issues of internal strife.

"If season one was about Oliver going from vengeance to vigilante and season two was vigilante to hero, season three is about identity," executive producer Marc Guggenheim tells The Hollywood Reporter. "It's the first season where this theme of identity is not only about Oliver but is also about all the other characters."

It's a natural progression for The CW comic book drama, which has broadened its focus beyond the titular superhero over the past two seasons as it continues to expand its universe. "It has become an ensemble where it's not just about the Arrow," Guggenheim says. "It feels appropriate that we'll have a theme that will resonate with the whole group."
Guggenheim, along with executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, previews season three — which picks up six months after the season-two finale — with THR.
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just444 posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 14:17

Blind Item: She’s covering for him

He’s had his problems over the last year. He’s found himself in some sh-tty situations because of it. Why the darkness? It was stress. The stress of feeling that he can’t come out publicly.

Lately though…there’s been a turnaround. Career is in good shape. And there’s someone new in his life. What’s she doing for him? They get along well. They both party…HARD. But she’s not his lover, she’s his front. Because when she’s around, he can hook up with men. And she’s happy to cover for him. She’s playing her part so that no one’s looking at what’s really going on – which is that he’s been messing around with a wealthy older man who spoils him…with sex and drugs.

So the stress is gone. But not the habits.

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twerkbitch posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 14:12

5SOS Rock New York City, Draw Larger Crowd Than 1D on Today Show


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Five Seconds of Summer have taken over New York - the Aussie rockers packed out Rockefeller Plaza for a live performance on a US morning show.

5SOS performed their hits Amnesia and She Looks So Perfect, pulling in one of the biggest crowds the show has ever seen.

Fans from across the US had been camping out on the streets since last week to make sure they bagged a good spot in the audience for the gig, according to NBC's Today Show.

The boys from western Sydney admitted the experience felt surreal.

"Seriously, this is the most incredible thing that's probably ever happened to us. Right now. It's amazing," drummer Ashton Irwin told the hosts, who later declared the crowd was bigger than the numbers One Direction attracted in 2012.

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Don't forget to buy their album out on iTunes, NOW!

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xadyx posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 14:12

Madonna records NEW "La Isla Bonita" vocals for DIPLO!


Diplo plays Madonna on Superstar DJs. It was not a brand new track anyway. Diplo plays a dub plate of La Isla Bonita. Madonna recorded totally new lyrics to La Isla Bonita for Diplo.

Last night I dreamt of Major Lazer,” sings Madonna. Major Lazer is a Diplo project. They are going to record a brand new album soon, with a lot of artist collaborations.

What is a dub plate? Basically a DJ often is involved in battles with other DJs, so they get an artist to re-record one of their most famous songs, but changes the lyrics to include the name of the DJ, so when they play the song in the battle everyone is impressed.

This actually proves that Madonna and Diplo have got a really good working relationship.

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miwa201 posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 13:29

22 (5) All-Time Great Directors and Their Final Films



Fifteen years ago yesterday, on July 16th, 1999, "Eyes Wide Shut" was released in theaters. It's notable for a number of reasons—the last on-screen team up of then husband-and-wife A-list duo Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, being the longest continuous film shoot in history, and being an arthouse drama with strong scenes of sexuality released in the midst of the summer season that almost earned an NC-17 rating. But more than anything else, the picture is notable for having been the final picture of one of the most acclaimed and admired filmmakers in the history of the medium, Stanley Kubrick.

Kubrick had kept the film under wraps throughout the multi-year production (it had begun shooting in November 1996), but finally screened a cut to his stars and backers Warner Bros on March 1st, 1999. Six days later, he passed away of a heart attack at the age of 70, the director sadly failing to live to see the film's release four months later.

With the film back in our thoughts thanks to that anniversary, we got to talking around the Playlist espresso machine about the last films of great filmmakers. Barring a few exception who take early retirement, like Steven Soderbergh or Alan Parker, directors tend to keep on working until they drop, which is great, but has the side effect of meaning that your swan song isn't always planned: if the unthinkable happens, or if old age catches up with you, the film you just finished can be terrific, or terrible.

So, to mark the anniversary of Kubrick's final picture, we've taken a look at the last movies from twenty-two of the greatest filmmakers in history. Were they fitting endings to glorious careers? Or ignoble ways to wrap up decades of fine work? Let us know your thoughts on the movies in the comments section, and let us know your favorite, and least favorite, swan song pictures too.

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butwhyshouldi posted to ontd_glee July 24 2014, 08:49

News Dump: Kevin McHale slays the UK, Chris Colfer runs LA, Darren Criss simulates rape, and MORE!

Here's some shit you might have missed recently:

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Drop more news in the comments if I missed anything good.
asuka4eva posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 04:09

5 (3...) Movies That Start Off Good But ‘Jump The Shark’ In The End


In case you’re not up on your TV and movie tropes, or Happy Days trivia, the term “Jump the Shark” refers to a show or movie that was really good until a specific incident, or moment, at which point the show/movie sharply declines and just turns rotten. Specifically, the term refers to the outrageous Happy Days episode where Fonzie literally jump skis over a shark.

It’s so disappointing when you start watching a movie, things seem to be going great, the characters are good, the direction is well done, the plot is intriguing…and then it suddenly happens – Fonzie jumps that shark and you’re left wondering what the crap happened. Here are five movies that were promising at the start, and even better in the middle, but then just tanked at the end. I've tried to be relatively vague about the specifics of the crappy endings, but I’ll also throw down the obvious spoiler alert.

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ballsmazig posted to ohnotheydidnt July 24 2014, 04:08

Hilary Thanks Fans For Supporting Her New Single + Top 10 (5) Hilary Album Tracks




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Welcome back to another installment of Hilary Duff’s Comeback Week!
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One day and a handful of hours stand between us and Hilary Duff‘s comeback single “Chasing The Sun.” It’s already showing up quite well on iTunes (you can preorder it now) and is set to officially drop next Tues., July 29. As we inch closer to the pop explosion, we here at Popdust have been celebrating with a look back at Duff’s remarkable history-making career by digging into her catalog of albums and music videos.
Well, today, that continues as we plunge even further and handpick the Top 10 Songs That Should Have Been Singles.
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Make sure you pre-order Chasing The Sun right now on iTunes!

ONTD, what are your favorite Hilary album tracks?

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