Emilia Clarke Talks About Doing Nude Scenes

Emilia Clarke Talks About Doing Nude Scenes

Emilia Clarke has been pretty vocal about her nude scenes in Game of Thrones. But she’s also been relatively flip-floppy on her stance on them. After Season 4 of Game of Thrones, Clarke vowed to never do a nude scene for the show again. She told interviewers in 2015 that “sex scenes should be more subtle,” saying  that she’d be participating in fewer of them in upcoming seasons of the show. “I’m British, so I cringe…

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Fear the Walking Dead: Who Are the Vultures?

Fear the Walking Dead: Who Are the Vultures?

The Walking Dead had the Wolves, and Fear the Walking Dead has the Vultures: Season 4′s new patient, passive antagonists. Fear the Walking Dead Season 4′s second episode, “Another Day in the Diamond,” started to catch us up on what Madison Clark (Kim Dickens) and her people were up to before her kids became the highway bandits Morgan (Lennie James), Althea (Maggie Grace) and John Dorie (Garret Dillahunt) met in the premiere. The show flashed…

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NCIS’ Pauley Perrette Is Grieving Abby’s Exit as Much as You Are

NCIS’ Pauley Perrette Is Grieving Abby’s Exit as Much as You Are

Breaking up with NCIS is hard for Pauley Perrette to do. Perrette, who has played goth forensic scientist Abby Sciuto on the CBS drama since 2003, will be leaving to pursue new opportunities toward the end of the current season. And though the exit was her choice, she’s still having a hard time with the transition. “It makes me sad to imagine a world without Abby in it,” Perrette told CBS Sunday Morning. “It really…

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Lethal Weapon Is Reportedly Considering Recasting Riggs for Season 3

Lethal Weapon Is Reportedly Considering Recasting Riggs for Season 3

Lethal Weapon might be Fox’s highest-rated drama but one of its lead actors has reportedly put the show’s future in jeopardy. According to Deadline, Clayne Crawford, who plays the unhinged Navy SEAL-turned-police officer Riggs on the series, has allegedly been emotionally abusive on set — leaving Lethal Weapon’s sure-fire Season 3 renewal up in the air. The trade alleges that Crawford has a history of bad behavior and has been disciplined on several occasions. However,…

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Pacific Rim: Uprising’ is an assault on the senses

Pacific Rim: Uprising’ is an assault on the senses

Call the prosecutor! I want to charge the people behind the deafening man vs. machine actioner “Pacific Rim: Uprising” with assault and battery — on my senses. That includes my nose, which was offended by the odious odor emanating from this inferior sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s original. In the hands of director and co-writer Stephen S. DeKnight — and three more scribes — the insipid “Uprising” does nothing but pander to its Asian overseas…

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Spielberg scores a lot of points with ‘Ready Player One’

Spielberg scores a lot of points with ‘Ready Player One’

Before making “Ready Player One,” Steven Spielberg had directed 30 feature films. There were ticket-selling triumphs (“Jaws”) and box office bombs (“The BFG”). There were somber studies of social issues (“The Color Purple”), haunting historical dramas (“Schindler’s List”), and science fiction flights of fancy (“A.I. Artificial Intelligence”). But it’s been a long time since Spielberg successfully latched on to the little kid inside of him and made a film that’s simply a bunch of fun,…

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Celebrity Gossip What Is So Good About It?

Celebrity Gossip What Is So Good About It?

The United States is the home of stars, and most people that are devoted admirers of celebrities will subscribe to celebrity gossip magazines, and watch television stations and radio programs that share the stories of famous people. Gossip can destroy other people whether they are famous or not. There have been cases of friendships ending and people taking their lives because someone somewhere has been saying not too pleasant things about them. But, is there…

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The Power of Celebrity Endorsements in Social Media Marketing

The Power of Celebrity Endorsements in Social Media Marketing

Turn on the TV, check Facebook, look at an ad in print or online and there’s a good chance you’ll see a celebrity endorsing a product. This very common marketing practice has been around for decades and has only picked up more traction in today’s social media driven environment. Add to our culture’s fascination with celebrities and their lives, social media has enabled many people to connect and keep up with their favorite celebs on…

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People Magazine – The Average Person’s Reading on Celebrities Lifestyles

People Magazine – The Average Person’s Reading on Celebrities Lifestyles

People magazine started back in 1974 as a spin-off from the page known back then as the ‘People’ page in Time magazine. A huge success, the magazine evolved and issued a Spanish version known as People en Espanol (1996) and Teen People (1998) only to embody the latter into the main magazine after 2006, because of low circulation and a decrease in advertising pages. The magazine introduced a separate issue called People Stylewatch, an extension…

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Meet the mom behind #WhatBlackPantherMeansToMe

Meet the mom behind #WhatBlackPantherMeansToMe

Black Girl Nerds was on to something again. The site, a place created to give women of color a place to express themselves, was popping with chatter on its Slack channel about the “Black Panther” movie. (Slack is a virtual workspace where writers and staff of the site can talk about what to write for the site.) There, Kayla Marie Sutton, who is the director of online marketing for Black Girl Nerds (or BGN, as…

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