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sabato 29 agosto 2015

GOSSIP - "La mia vita dopo Cory": Lea Michele parla per la prima volta su "Flare" del ritrovato amore dopo la scomparsa di Monteith 
Lea Michele takes the cover of Flare magazine’s October 2015 issue, which was provided exclusively to JustJared.com.
Here’s what the 28-year-old Scream Queens actress had to share with the mag:
On finding love again after Cory Monteith‘s death: “I wanted to make sure that I was okay with me, feeling strong and feeling happy on my own. I didn’t want anybody to fill any holes for me—that sounds sexual! I wanted to make sure that I was a whole person again and that no one was coming into my life to put me back together. I needed to do that on my own. I worked very, very, very hard and I got back to that place where I was genuinely happy and strong and ready to live again and see the world and, you know, bring in more beautiful experiences. And that’s when someone miraculously came into my life.”
On her BFF Emma Roberts: “Emma speaks up for herself, she stands up for herself, she takes care of herself, and those are the kinds of girls I want to be around.”
On triumphing over haters: “I’m so proud of my success. I’m really proud of the life I’ve built and created for myself. I’ve kept my head on my shoulders to get to where I am. You’re always going to run into critics. The only people I care about are the people that are close to me. It’s a tough business, it’s a tough town, and you really have to have a thick skin. I’m constantly learning, but I’m really proud of where I am.”
The full interview is available now on Flare.com, and will be available on Next Issue on September 1 and on newsstands September 14.

venerdì 28 agosto 2015

NEWS - Clamoroso al Cibali bis! 
Due "story"-bomb lo stesso giorno: 
1. Nel 2016 forse addirittura ben 2 "AHS" (non solo "Hotel")
2. Non è detto che Jessica Lange dia l'addio

News tratta da "Entertainment Weekly"
The appetite of American Horror Story has grown from year to year in terms of ratings and awareness, with last year’s Freak Show garnering the biggest audience and most Emmy noms than any iteration preceding. So, it’s not altogether surprising that Ryan Murphy and his writing team are considering doing two iterations of the series going forward. “Next year we might do a fall American Horror Story and a spring,” says Murphy. “We have to decide.” He adds, “We’re doing something that we’ve never done before on the show where we’re doing two different groups of writers rooms. Some of our writers will be bouncing around but a whole different group coming in late August. The next thing we’re crafting up is very, very different than this. Not smaller. But just not opulent. More rogue and more dark.” To continue reading more about the upcoming season of American Horror Story, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on newsstands Friday, or buy it here.

News tratta da "Vulture"

When Jessica Lange announced that she wouldn't be appearing in American Horror Story: Hotel, fans were distraught. She's been an integral part of the show since its inception, first appearing in a pivotal supporting role in Murder House and then taking the lead with bravado in Asylum. In Freak Show, she basically performed showstoppers exclusively, including her super-uncomfortable versions of David Bowie's "Life on Mars?" and Lana Del Rey's "Gods and Monsters." She's starring in the road-trip comedy Wild Oats this fall, opposite Shirley MacLaine and Demi Moore, and will return to Broadway next year for a revival of Long Day's Journey Into Night. But Lange isn't gone from American Horror Story for good. Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, series creator Ryan Murphy said:
"It’s always possible. I’m trying to deal with her play schedule. Jessica is always about the character. She’ll be back—she’s not gone forever. But that’s the fun and fresh thing about the show: sometimes somebody has to go away before you realize how much you miss them. She wants to come back we just have to come up with something."
So while we'll certainly enjoy Lady Gaga's Countess and her bloodlust and that "drillbit dildo" on Hotel, we can take solace knowing that Lange will one day return to chew scenery with glorious gusto. Considering that Murphy told EW there might be two AHS seasons next year, she'll have double the chance.

giovedì 27 agosto 2015

NEWS - Non dire gatto (rognoso) se non ce l'hai sul palco! Ieri sera Taylor Swift e Phoebe Buffay di "Friends" (aka Lisa Kudrow) hanno duettato intonando il tormentone della sit-com cult, "Smelly Cat"
 
L'EDICOLA DI LOU - Stralci, cover e commenti sui telefilm dai media italiani e stranieri

La gallery completa di Lady Gaga in "Hotel" al link
 www.telefilmcult.tumblr.com

mercoledì 26 agosto 2015

NEWS - The Big Bang Dollar! Un podio per 4: Parsons, Galecki, Helberg e Nayyar gli attori più pagati della tv Usa secondo "Forbes" (96 milioni di dollari in 4)
Più che “The Big Bang Theory”, “The Big Bang Dollar”. L’annuale e attesissima classifica di “Forbes” che stila la graduatoria degli attori più pagati della tv americana vede per la prima volta quattro attori dello stesso show sul podio (due a parimerito). Si tratta di Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg e Kunal Nayyar di “The Big Bang Theory”, la sit-com più popolare d’America in onda su Premium Joi, capaci di guadagnare in quattro ben 96 milioni di dollari. Al primo posto Parsons incassa 29 milioni di dollari, poco più di Galecki che lo segue al secondo con 27 milioni. Più staccati, ma sul podio a parimerito, Helberg e Nayyar, che incassano 20 milioni di dollari netti ciascuno.
La 9° stagione inedita di “The Big Bang Theory” andrà in onda su Infinity e Premium Joi prossimamente. 

Ecco la classifica dei primi 15 più pagati: 
1. Jim Parsons: $29 million
2. Johnny Galecki: $27 million
3. Mark Harmon: $20 million
3. Simon Helberg: $20 million
3. Kunal Nayyar: $20 million
3. Ashton Kutcher: $20 million
7. Jon Cryer: $15 million
7. Ray Romano: $15 million
9. Patrick Dempsey: $12 million
9. Simon Baker: $12 million
11. Ty Burrell: $11.5 million
12. Jesse Tyler Ferguson: $11 million
13. Ed O'Neill: $10.5 million
13. Eric Stonestreet: $10.5 million
15. Kevin Spacey: $9.5 million
NEWS - The Big God Theory! "Essere religiosi a Hollywood non è trendy", Mayim Bialik di "TBBT" dixit

Articolo tratto da "Huffington Post"
Actress Mayim Bialik recently opened up about being the target of anti-Semitism and the difficulty of being religious in Hollywood during an interview with Fox News. "[S]imply by going to Israel this summer and saying nothing more than, 'I've gone to Israel,' I got the same amount of hatred and threats and anti-Semitism for actually making a statement trying to support people [who], whether I like it or not, are serving in an army," Bialik said about visiting a friend in the Israel Defense Forces. "That reveals the truth. It really doesn't matter what I support or believe; the fact that I'm Jewish and go there is enough -- that should be alarming to most people."
The actress, who has described herself as "aspiring modern Orthodox," said that Hollywood is not a welcoming place for religiosity.
"I think in general it's never going to be trendy to be observant or religious in Hollywood circles. There are people I know of faith and we tend to congregate together. I study Jewish texts weekly. That's something really positive to me. When you're a person of faith, it stays with you all the time," she said.
Last week's statements echo remarks that the "Big Bang Theory" star made in 2012 about the near impossibility of being observant in Hollywood, mainly because of how the industry treats modesty.
"For me, though, it's more the aspects of the 'red carpet' and needing to wear designer clothes that are strapless, and all those things that I don't do and that are actually extremely stressful and difficult to work around because it is a big part of the industry," she told the Jerusalem Post at the time. "The goal is to be competitive."

lunedì 24 agosto 2015

SGUARDO FETISH - Vendesi case di "Breaking Bad"! Walther White e Jesse Pinkman mettono in vendita le residenze cult del serial
(ANSA-AP) - ALBUQUERQUE (USA), 30 LUG - Due case presenti nella serie tv americana di successo 'Breaking Bad' sono in vendita ad Albuquerque, nel Nuovo Messico. Una e' quella in cui il coprotagonista e tossicodipendente Jesse Pinkman, interpretato da Aaron Paul, confezionava metanfetamine all'inizio della serie. La casa, due piani e quattro camere da letto, situata nella zona del Country Club di Albuquerque, viene venduta per 1,6 milioni di dollari. Nell'annuncio web compare anche la dicitura "laboratorio di metanfetamine non incluso". L'altra e' quella dove il protagonista Walter White, interpretato da Bryan Cranston, nel finale della serie minaccia i suoi ex soci in affari con due falsi sicari. Si trova nella North Valley di Albuquerque ed e' in vendita per 2,65 milioni di
dollari dollari.

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