Thursday, January 30, 2014

Anna Kendrick Super Bowl Commercial For Newcastle Beer (VIDEO)

Anna Kendrick stars in a Super Bowl spot for Newcastle beer which is not actually a Super Bowl commercial.  



The ad is part of the brewery's campaign, based on the premise that it can't afford one of the pricey big game commercials, so instead it displays a "behind-the-scenes" clip of Kendrick discussing how the spot fell through at the last minute.

Kendrick, 28, figures out how "hot" she is in the amusing commercial.

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Mila Kunis New Face Of Jim Beam (VIDEO)

Mila Kunis is the new face of Jim Beam. 








Kunis, 30, is the spokesperson for the popular bourbon's new Make History campaign.

"As a fan of bourbon and a huge proponent of making history, I am thrilled to be the newest member of the Jim Beam family," Kunis was quoted as saying, who tours the brand's Kentucky distillery in a new clip.

TV commercials for Jim Beam featuring Kunis are expected.


Check out the video of Mila Kunis at Beam headquarters below...


 

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Ramona Singer Files For Divorce

Ramona Singer has filed for divorce.


"The Real Housewives of New York City" star and husband Mario are going their separate ways after 27 years of marriage.



Their separation comes after rumors that Ramona caught Mario cheating on her last weekend.


On Wednesday, Singer, 57, tweeted: "Thank you all for the love & support! For my daughter's sake, I would appreciate everyone respecting our privacy during this difficult time."




"Look for something positive about today. Even if you have to look a little harder than usual, it still exists. ~ Anonymous," Singer added.

The next "Real Housewives" season premieres in March.


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Zac Efron Sings Birthday Song For Ellen DeGeneres (VIDEO)

Zac Efron stopped by Ellen DeGeneres' show this week and had a special gift for her birthday.  





"Zac told me during the break that he actually doesn't play the guitar but he learned to play guitar and wrote a song for me for my birthday," DeGeneres, who turned 56 on January 26, said to the audience, adding: "And so I'm going to hear a song that he's gonna sing."


"I kind of thought like, what do you give somebody on their birthday that kind of has everything like you do," Efron was quoted as saying, admitting: "I don't really play guitar, and where's Taylor Swift when you need her, but I kind of just figured out how to play this last night."

The crowd clapped along.




"Well, that is sweet!" DeGeneres gushed once Efron was done playing. "Thank you so much."

"You didn't write that song," Ellen joked, to which Efron responded: "I know, that's Stevie Wonder."


Earlier in the show, DeGeneres showed some lovely childhood pictures of Zac.




"Ten years ago?" Zac replied when asked about his High School Musical days. "Geez. Oh my…are you showing embarrassing pictures of me?"

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"A Million Ways to Die in the West" First Trailer

"A Million Ways to Die in the West" has its first R-rated international trailer.

Seth MacFarlane (who is also the director) portrays some average dude in the Old West who connects with a new girl in town (Charlize Theron). Theron is a gunslinger who tries to teach him how to shoot to impress his ex-girlfriend (Amanda Seyfried).

Liam Neeson, Neil Patrick Harris and Sarah Silverman are also included in the project.


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Tina Fey On "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee" (Full Episode Video)

Tina Fey teams up with Jerry Seinfeld for the latest "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."  



The two comedians talked about driving, food, poop, comedy, ugly people, children and more.


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GLAAD Awards Nominations Full List

The GLAAD Media Awards nominees were revealed on Thursday.

They honor journalism, entertainment and personalities who display phenomenal images of the LGBT community.


Television shows such as "Pretty Little Liars" and "Orange is the New Black" gained nominations, while movies like "Dallas Buyers Club" and "Blue is the Warmest Color" also received nods.

Lady Gaga and Elton John are among the celebrities to gain recognition.

Two ceremonies will take place - one in Los Angeles on April 12 and one in New York on May 3.


Check out the nominees below…


OUTSTANDING FILM - WIDE RELEASE


Blue Is the Warmest Color (Sundance Selects)

Dallas Buyers Club (Focus Features)

Kill Your Darlings (Sony Pictures Classics)

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (Sony Pictures Releasing)

Philomena (The Weinstein Company)

OUTSTANDING FILM - LIMITED RELEASE


Concussion (RADiUS-The Weinstein Company)


Geography Club (Breaking Glass Pictures)

Out in the Dark (Breaking Glass Pictures)

Reaching for the Moon (Wolfe Releasing)

Yossi (Strand Releasing)

OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES


The Fosters (ABC Family)

Grey's Anatomy (ABC)

Orphan Black (BBC America)

Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family)

Shameless (Showtime)

OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES


Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox)


Glee (Fox)



Modern Family (ABC)

Orange is the New Black (Netflix)

Please Like Me (Pivot)

OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL EPISODE  (in a series without a regular LGBT character)


"Bride and Prejudice," The Soul Man (TV Land)


"LARP and the Real Girl," Supernatural (The CW)

"Secret Lives," Drop Dead Diva (Lifetime)


"Snow Angels," Elementary (CBS)


"There's the Door," Necessary Roughness (USA Network)

OUTSTANDING TV MOVIE OR MINI-SERIES

Behind the Candelabra (HBO)

In the Flesh (BBC America)

OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARY


Bridegroom (Virgil Films / OWN)

Call Me Kuchu (Cinedigm)

God Loves Uganda (Variance Films)

The New Black (Promised Land Films)

Valentine Road (HBO)

OUTSTANDING REALITY PROGRAM

Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce (Fuse)


Cyndi Lauper: Still So Unusual (WE tv)


Dream School (Sundance Channel)

Project Runway (Lifetime)

Small Town Security (AMC)

OUTSTANDING TALK SHOW EPISODE

"Are Gay Parents Different?" The Ricki Lake Show (syndicated)


"First Openly Gay NBA Player Jason Collins and his Family", Oprah's Next Chapter(OWN)




"Fred Rosser," The Ellen DeGeneres Show (syndicated)

"Laverne Cox," Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (FX)

"Modern Family Values," Raising McCain (Pivot)

OUTSTANDING TV JOURNALISM - NEWSMAGAZINE


"Chris to Kristin: A Navy Seal's Secret," Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN)



"India's Third Gender," The Stream (Al Jazeera America)

"The Rebounder: The Kenneth Faried Story," E:60 (ESPN)


"Transgender at 11: Listening to Jazz," 20/20 (ABC)

"The Welcoming Movement," To the Contrary (PBS)

OUTSTANDING TV JOURNALISM SEGMENT

"Gay Rights at Work," MSNBC Live (MSNBC)


"Portman Reverses Position on Gay Marriage," Starting Point (CNN)


"Pride & Prejudice," Melissa Harris-Perry (MSNBC)

"Scouts Dishonor," The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell (MSNBC)

"Wild Blue Yonder: Scott Hines," The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC)

OUTSTANDING NEWSPAPER ARTICLE


"Boy or Girl? Gender a New Challenge for Schools" by Martha Irvine (Associated Press)

"Gay Ex-mayor Who Fled U.S. Awaits Immigration Change" by Jeremy Roebuck (San Antonio Express-News [San Antonio, Texas])

"LGBTQ in the Capital" (series) by Melissa Griffiths (Juneau Empire [Juneau, Alaska])


"Poor Black and Hispanic Men Are the Face of H.I.V." by Donald G. McNeil, Jr. (The New York Times)

"Why Bisexuals Stay in the Closet" by Emily Alpert (Los Angeles Times)

OUTSTANDING MAGAZINE ARTICLE

"The Hidden War Against Gay Teens" by Alex Morris (Rolling Stone)

"Owning the Middle" by Kate Fagan (ESPN The Magazine)


"The Perfect Wife" by Ariel Levy (The New Yorker)





"What's Wrong With Exxon?" by Antonia Juhasz (The Advocate)

"Why Gay and Lesbian Couples Pay More" by Carolyn M. Brown (Black Enterprise)

OUTSTANDING MAGAZINE OVERALL COVERAGE


The Advocate

ESPN The Magazine

The New Yorker

People

Time

OUTSTANDING DIGITAL JOURNALISM ARTICLE


"How Fallon Fox Became the First Known Transgender Athlete in MMA" by Loretta Hunt (SportsIllustrated.CNN.com)


"How One Lawyer Turned the Idea of Marriage Equality into Reality" by Chris Geidner (Buzzfeed.com)

"Prime Timers: Spotlight on LGBT Seniors" (series) (Advocate.com)

"Repression and Gay Rights in Russia" by Sean Guillory  (TheNation.com)

"Sex, Lies and HIV: When What You Don't Tell Your Partner Ia Crime" by Sergio Hernandez (Buzzfeed.com / ProPublica.org)

OUTSTANDING DIGITAL JOURNALISM - MULTIMEDIA


"Bisexuals Get Their Turn in the White House" by Alyona Minkovski (Live.HuffingtonPost.com)


"Coming Out Kicking" by Cyd Zeigler (Outsports.com)



"Remixing the Trans and Hip Hop Conversation" by Marc Lamont Hill (Live.HuffingtonPost.com)

"To Get Married, They Left Ohio" by Julie Zimmerman on behalf of the Cincinnati EnquirerEditorial Board  (Cincinnati.Com)

"We Are Here: LGBTI in Uganda" by Sunnivie Brydum, D. David Robinson (Advocate.com)

OUTSTANDING BLOG


Autostraddle

Elixher

Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters

The New Civil Rights Movement

TransGriot

OUTSTANDING MUSIC ARTIST


Elton John, The Diving Board (Capitol Records)


Goldfrapp, Tales of Us (Mute)



Lady Gaga, ARTPOP (Interscope Records)

Tegan and Sara, Heartthrob (Warner Bros. Records)

Vampire Weekend, Modern Vampires of the City (XL Recordings)

OUTSTANDING COMIC BOOK


Batwoman, written by W. Haden Blackman, J.H. Williams III, Marc Andreyko (DC Comics)


Fearless Defenders, written by Cullen Bunn (Marvel Comics)

Husbands, written by Jane Espenson, Brad Bell (Dark Horse Comics)

Life with Archie, written by Paul Kupperberg (Archie Comics)

Young Avengers, written by Kieron Gillen (Marvel Comics)

OUTSTANDING NOVELA


Amores Verdaderos (Univision)


OUTSTANDING DAYTIME TALK SHOW EPISODE

"Entregando a mi nieta," Caso Cerrado (Telemundo)

"Exclusivas Declaraciones," Al Rojo Vivo (Telemundo)

"Matrimonios del mismo sexo: Entrevista con Daniel Zavala y Yohandel Ruiz," Un Nuevo Día (Telemundo)

"Rachel," Casos de Familia (Univision)

"Una pareja gay celebrara el Día del Padre luego de luchar por sus derechos," Despierta América (Univision)

OUTSTANDING TALK SHOW INTERVIEW


"Debate por la igualdad," Al Punto (Univision)





"Decisión Histórica," Sin Límites con Elizabeth Espinosa (CNN en Español)

"Homosexuales en la delegación de los EE.UU." Realidades en Contexto (CNN en Español)

"Karina Hermosillo habló de sus motivos en Nuestra Belleza Latina," Sábado Gigante(Univision)

"El Matrimonio, Asunto de Dos," Cala (CNN en Español)

OUTSTANDING TV JOURNALISM - NEWSMAGAZINE


"Locutor Policía," Aquí y Ahora (Univision)


"Lucha por la Igualdad," Panorama Mundial (CNN en Español)

"El Pastor Homofóbico," Primer Impacto (Univision)

"Rompiendo Estereotipos," Aquí y Ahora (Univision)

OUTSTANDING TV JOURNALISM SEGMENT


"El Caso Zamudio," Nuestro Mundo (CNN en Español)

"La comunidad gay hispana se siente perseguida en los EEUU," Noticias Univision(Univision)

"Decisión Histórica," Noticiero Telemundo (Telemundo)

"Mayoría de hispanos aceptan uniones homosexuales," Noticiero NTN (NTN)

"Si nos dejan: adopciones entre parejas gays," Noticias MundoFox (MundoFox)

OUTSTANDING LOCAL TV JOURNALISM


"Hasta que la corte nos una," Noticias Telemundo 51 (WSCV-51 [Miami, Fla.])

"Mi niño es niña: familia en Florida cuenta su experiencia criando a una hija transgénero," Noticias 23 Univision (WLTV-23 [Miami, Fla.])

"Natalia: rompiendo barreras," Noticiero Telemundo Arizona (KTAZ-39 [Phoenix, Ariz.])


"Reportaje Especial: Derechos Homosexuales," Noticiero Telemundo Washington (WZDC-25 [Washington, D.C.])

"Undocuqueers," Noticias Univision 34 (KMEX-34 [Los Angeles, Calif.])

OUTSTANDING NEWSPAPER ARTICLE


"Critican homophobia de prelate," by Juan Matossian (El Diario La Prensa)


"Desiguales por imperativo legal," by Jose Ángel Gonzalo García de León (Diario Las Américas)



"Un nuevo panorama migratorio para miles de parejas gay," by Eloy Bleifuss Prados (Diario Hoy)

"Su esposa la hizo residente," by Virginia Gaglianone (La Opinión)

"Transgéneros: discriminados tres veces," by Belhú Sanabria (La Raza)

OUTSTANDING DIGITAL JOURNALISM ARTICLE


"Joven birracial y lesbiana es pionera en concurso de belleza de EE.UU." (CNNenEspañol.cnn.com)



"Richard Blanco: el poeta latino y gay que conquisto a Barack Obama" by Daniel Basteiro (voces.huffingtonpost.com)

"Vive en California y ya se prepara para casarse" by Maritza Díaz Alcaide (PrimeraHora.com)

OUTSTANDING DIGITAL JOURNALISM - MULTIMEDIA


"Eric y Juan, un matrimonio feliz a pesar de todo" by Fernando Mexia (EFE.com)




"Karina Hermosillo, de "Nuestra Belleza Latina", es lesbiana y no tolera la discriminación" (PeopleenEspañol.com)

"Karina Hermosillo de "Nuestra Belleza Latina" quiere ser la primera reina gay (voces.huffingtonpost.com)

"Primera pareja gay hispana gana residencia permanente"  (HolaCiudad.com)


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Kate Bosworth Quotes

1. As an only child, you either become a loner or you learn to put yourself out there, which my parents encouraged.

2. I horseback ride, so that's sort of my exercise. I'm not very good at going to the gym, it's a little too stuffy, but I love getting outside and getting some fresh air.


3. I can't deal with someone flashy. That's so not me.





4. My head was always in books.

5. The other day a friend called and told me they made a porn film using the title of my first movie. I guess you know you've made it when there's a porn parody of a movie you've done.


6. I like somebody who's not so crazy but likes to have a good time…and who is thoughtful and kind and easy to laugh with. Somebody you can just be yourself with one hundred and fifty percent.


7. The fashion world feels more normal to me when I'm with them.


8. I don't want to broadcast my personal life because I feel it's off-putting.

9. My parents were amazing and wonderful, but there was a lot of pressure to do my best and in every way possible.

10. (talking about modeling her Lois Lane performance on Katharine Hepburn) I watched a lot of Hepburn (Katharine Hepburn) to prepare for Lois, particularly "The Philadelphia Story" (1940) and "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" (1967). Hepburn (Katharine Hepburn) is a great model for how I see Lois - strong but fragile.


11. At the time, when you're being dissected and judged it's pretty brutal, but in hindsight it's great and - it sounds cliched - you do come out the other side better and stronger.


12. To put as little pressure on the relationship you're in is very important.


13. I hold theatre acting in such high esteem that it scares me.




14. I'd hate to say it, but I'm a blueblood. That's just the way I've been raised.

15. Whenever I hear that I'm on the brink of stardom, I feel like I want to run into a cave.



16. You have to have confidence. You can't be someone who's so insecure that she's a basket case.


17. (on her role of circus knife thrower called Lynne in her new movie "The Warrior's Way") Well it was certainly different! She's kind of Calamity Jane, loose cannon kind of kooky character. And there was a lot of butt-kicking as well so that was fun.

18. (on her role of circus knife thrower called Lynne in her new movie "The Warrior's Way") Training for the film was difficult, exhausting, brutal…but pretty fulfilling. I think we all ended up wearing our bruises and scratches with pride. There was a lot of martial arts training and I wish I'd had a little bit more time to spend on the moves, but we didn't really have it so we were trying to do as much as possible. You have to have the focus of an athlete really when you're training for things like that and I think we all did. It definitely got me a little bit more toned.


19. You know what, I'm a big coward and I'm really afraid of live audiences.



20. I grew up in a small town where everyone wanted to be the same or look the same and was afraid to be different.

21. You never grow out of high school sadly.


22. (talking to Conan O'Brien about the experience of living in Sydney while shooting "Superman Returns" 2006) I love Sydney. I became really attached to the city while I was there. The atmosphere, culture and the people are just so amazing. I went for a cruise on the harbor, and the view of the city is one of the most amazing sights I've ever witnessed. Also, everyone there is in shape, you go to the beaches and everyone just looks so fit.

23. I felt uncomfortable in cliques.

24. Acting is a life experience. I'm always learning things when I'm making a movie. So the fame part of it is fine when you consider what you get out of this job.

25. I wasn't a social butterfly at all.


26. I don't really get star-struck, but I do get talent struck. If I meet somebody that I think is just wildly talented and brilliant, that's when I start getting nervous.


27. I keep everything that's private private.

28. I just think that people take me a little more seriously as a brunette. I don't know if that's just because of a societal preconceived notion that all blondes are stupid, but it's a different kind of attitude.


29. I'm a serial monogamist.

30. I used to really want to go on the stage and then the last couple of years I've done some presenting at some award shows. I was so nervous I thought I was going to be sick, so I don't think me on stage for any length of time would work too well.

31. I'm very independent.



32. It's so different when you change your hair color, you're treated so differently. It's a very funny experience. It's fun - I love changing up my hair.

33. Everybody makes mistakes, including role models, so you should just learn and grow from it. Even the best role models do screw up and learn from their mistakes, and I think it is just completely unrealistic to say that role models are perfect. Personally, I think perfection is boring, and secondly, I just think that it's okay to make mistakes.

34. I really like one-on-one, rich relationships.

35. That's the funniest thing about portraying certain things on screen, sitting next to your parents and they get to see this glimpse of me kissing another guy.

36. I actually hate shopping.


37. There are girls, people in the industry who just kind of flip through magazines and pick out guys, like: "I'm gonna date him". I could never do that. I don't think being set up works. I'm big into fate.

38. The fact that I'm very close with my past relationships is something I pride myself on. My mom is still close to her first husband. It's nice to be able to enjoy someone in a different form.


39. (on the changes that will follow her life and career after being cast as Lois Lane in "Superman Returns" 2006) I'm ready for this. I'm just glad my "breakout" wasn't a gigantic film. I feel solid in myself now.

40. I really wanted to go to high school and be normal.


41. (on the experience of living with her co-stars during the filming of "Blue Crush" 2002) Of course everybody had their own little thing. My worst thing was ice cream, I was so intense about that. I insisted that no one touch the Ben & Jerry's Half Baked. If they did, it was a full-out showdown.



42. You promote your films; it's part of your job. You do the magazine covers and stuff, and then I try to live a really normal life. I definitely don't try to make it into any more craziness than it is.


43. In this business, it's easy for either your heart or your head to be swayed, and I try to always stay true to who I am.


44. I almost envy people who say whatever they want.



45. I'm in love with what I do but it's not the only thing that fulfills me.

46. It's sort of interesting how, when you get older, things that were once so important sort of fall away.


47. I was a real loner in high school, even though people assume I was the head cheerleader.





48. Look, some people talk about their personal lives a lot; I try not to, unless it's more of a generality.

49. I think probably trying to please too many people. Sometimes I get so caught up in making other people happy that I just sort of forget about making myself happy and you obviously need to make yourself happy.


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