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sabato 1 ottobre 2016

GOSSIP - Ariel Winter di "Modern Family" si difende su "Rogue", con un tris di foto tettoniche, dalle accuse di volgarità su Instagram e fuori dal set: "è lo show-business , bellezza, se mi critichi sei sessista!" 
Ariel Winter is no stranger to criticism. The Modern Family star has been at the center of numerous controversies involving her wardrobe and body, but she explains that this is unfortunately just something that happens in Hollywood when you're a female. When asked about her sometimes-racy Instagram photos and the backlash that she would receive from it, Winter tells Rogue magazine, "It's called being a woman in the industry. It's complete sexism. It's really degrading, annoying and sad that this is what the media puts out, it's disgusting to me".

venerdì 30 settembre 2016

NEWS - Clamoroso al Cibali! Frank Darabont chiede risarcimento di 280 milioni di dollari al network AMC per essere stato fatto fuori da "The Walking Dead"
News tratta da Slashfilm.com
The legal drama playing out behind the scenes of AMC’s The Walking Dead is getting almost as ugly as the bloody battles on the show itself. Back in 2011, original showrunner Frank Darabont was pushed out in the middle of production on the second season. Not long afterward, he sued AMC over the show’s profits. Now we’ve learned exactly how much he is seeking in damages: a jaw-dropping $280 million
Darabont was with The Walking Dead from the beginning, and was a huge part of its early success. But a few months before the second season debut — after work had already begun on the new season — Darabont was pushed out and replaced by Glenn Mazzara. (Mazzara himself dropped out after season three, and was succeeded by Scott M. Gimple who remains showrunner to this day.) Much back-and-forth ensued over why exactly Darabont had been fired, but the one thing that’s been crystal clear is that Darabont is still hopping mad about the whole debacle.
Darabont and his agents at CAA filed their lawsuit against AMC in 2013. Since then, the case has shuffled forward at a walker’s pace. Finally, this week, the plaintiffs officially indicated they were ready to go to trial and revealed they were seeking over $280 million from AMC. However, it’ll still be a while before the whole matter is settled. Even if the judge allows the case to move forward, she’s already said her 2017 calendar is full, and therefore that the earliest the trial can take place is 2018. Naturally, AMC maintains it’s done nothing wrong. “Plaintiffs’ damages claim has no basis in reality and we will continue to vigorously defend against this lawsuit,” they said in a statement to THR.
As for how Darabont and CAA reached that $280 million figure, here’s where we get a little technical. Darabont’s contract entitles him to up to 10% of certain Walking Dead profits. But the figure isn’t necessarily based on an assertion that The Walking Dead has raked in billions of dollars in pure profit. Rather, Darabont’s team is arguing that AMC Studios licensed The Walking Dead to its own network affiliate (i.e., AMC the channel) for well below market value in order to ensure that The Walking Dead would never make enough money to pay people like Darabont, who are owed a cut of the profits. AMC argues that it had the right to set that license fee.
Darabont is additionally arguing that AMC further reduced that payday by cutting him out of profits for the second season. Darabont maintains he worked on all of the episodes of The Walking Dead season two, but AMC is saying that doesn’t count because he had to be working full-time on The Walking Dead through the end of season two to be considered a profit participant for that season.
While Darabont is far from the first disgruntled TV producer to sue his former employer, the Walking Dead case is getting particular attention because of the massive amount of money at stake. The twists and turns of the lawsuit may be a little less viscerally satisfying than the spectacular kills carried out by Rick Grimes and company, but it’s an interesting peek at a side of the business we don’t tend to think about all that often.
Anyway, while all of this is happening The Walking Dead remains as lively as ever. The show’s seventh season premieres October 23.
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Arriva da oggi "Luke Cage", super-eroe super-iore di "Daredevil" e "Jessica Jones"
Dopo Daredevil, il vendicatore cieco di Hell's Kitchen, vigilante di notte e avvocato di giorno, e Jessica Jones, investigatrice a tempo perso, ex-eroina ora ritiratasi a vita privata, tocca a Luke Cage: eroe sì, ma per caso. La sua storia inizia in galera (lo scopriremo dopo le prime puntate, in flashback studiati e precisi) e finisce ad Harlem. Tra i due estremi, una serie infinita di sparatorie, inseguimenti, tensione e scazzottate. Action come si deve. E anche qualche effetto speciale che, rispetto a Daredevil e a Jessica Jones, funziona molto meglio. La nuova serie tv di Netflix, in arrivo oggi, è una delle più politiche: i protagonisti sono tutti neri; Luke Cage incarna la riscossa, l'onestà e la voglia di fare di una comunità intera. Picchia, ma solo perché costretto. Non vuole visibilità, ma alla fine cede: è la chiamata dell'eroe. Luke Cage, il primo supereroe nero della Marvel. Una rivoluzione. E uno (di quattro) dei Difensori. Protagonista assoluto è Mike Colter: nero, enorme, muscoloso. Ha esordito sul piccolo schermo nel 2002, nel primo episodio di E.R. Alle musiche ci sono AG Shaheed Muhammad e Adrian Younge: è importante ricordarli perché Luke Cage non è solo una serie recitata, ma anche - e in un certo senso soprattutto - musicata. Ogni episodio (e in totale sono tredici, ciascuno lungo circa cinquanta minuti) è intriso di note: pop, rap, classica, leggera, rock. Le scene hanno il loro ritmo; e dopo i momenti - che pure ci sono - di sospensione, si riprende a tutta velocità. Inspira ed espira. Stringi i denti. Picchia duro. Luke Cage è l'ennesima serie sui supereroi, che usa i superpoteri come pretesto; quelle che racconta, alla fine, sono persone qualunque: con problemi qualunque. Proprio come prescrive Stan Lee, padre- padrone della Casa delle Idee. C'è Harlem, più che New York. I grattacieli lasciano il posto alle case popolari. Mattoni rossi e strade asfaltate. I proiettili rimbalzano. Luke Cage è invulnerabile. Ma sotto una pelle così dura, si cela un'anima spezzata: è il destino dell'eroe. E dietro la serie, c'è l'uomo: in questo caso Cho Hodari Coker, che ha abbracciato totalmente il progetto e che l'ha riadattato - perfettamente - ai tempi e al piccolo schermo. Il risultato (male è una serie accattivante e appassionante, con una storia intensa, di un uomo contro tutti, e di un quartiere e di una comunità intera. L'attualità c'entra e non c'entra. C'è qualche richiamo, certo. Ma l'ossatura è finzione - pura, bellissima e fumettosa. Tredici episodi, solo tredici: è la nuova hit di Netflix; preparatevi al binge watching". (Gianmaria Tammaro)

giovedì 29 settembre 2016

GOSSIP - Tutti a casa di Lea! Non dite a Naya Rivera che la Michele si professa "tutta casa e niente party"!
Lea Michele poses in her living room of the cover of InStyle‘s special Home and Design issue, on stands September 30. Here’s what the 30-year-old Scream Queens star had to share with the mag:
On preferring to a night-in at home: “I’m a homebody. I’m not a party girl. I’ve never been that. Trust me, I love to go out and share a nice bottle of wine with some friends over a delicious meal, but my perfect night is at home with people I love.”
On her close relationship with her parents: “My mom and dad have done so much for me and helped me along the way immensely, both logistically and emotionally. Opening my home to them and treating them to a beautiful, relaxing time makes me happy.”
On wanting to have a family: “I am so looking forward to having a big family and being a mom, though I’m in no rush. The thing that I’m the most happy about is that I wake up every day feeling content, just me. I’ve never really had that before. I think once you find that, then all the things you want in life come your way.”
For more from Lea, head to InStyle.com.

martedì 27 settembre 2016

Clamoroso al CibalHouse (White)! 
Il cast di "Stranger Things" alla Casa Bianca da Obama...

News tratta da Mic.com
The summer festival season doesn't have to end in September if the Obamas don't want it to. The White House announced the lineup for its first South by South Lawn music, film and interactive festival on Sunday, along with some special guests, including the young stars of the science-fiction hit show Stranger Things and the Oscar-winning Leonardo DiCaprio. 
Millie Bobby Brown (Elle), Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), Finn Wolfhard (Mike) and Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) will appear alongside creators Matt and Ross Duffer during the student film portion of the White House festival, where students will premiere films based around the theme: "The World I Want to Live In." DiCaprio will premiere his new climate documentary, Before the Flood, and speak with President Obama and climate scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe on "the importance of protecting the one planet we've got for future generations," the White House wrote in its announcement.
NEWS - Clamoroso al Cibali! "Will&Grace" are back! Il cast della sit-com cult si riunisce per un episodio speciale in vista delle Elezioni Usa
 

lunedì 26 settembre 2016

NEWS - Clamoroso al Cibali! "The Big Bang Theory" verso la chiusura? Lo showrunner Steve Molaro rivela che "la 10° stagione sarà l'ultima"

News tratta da "Uproxx"
Speculation began last May, after the ninth season finale of CBS’s venerable hit Big Bang Theory, that this 10th season could be the final year for the comedy. Ratings for the show continue to be stellar relative to every other comedy on television — it was seen by more than 20 million people a week last season — but it has also shown signs of aging. Last season, ratings slipped 11 percent in the 18-49 demo, although it still remained TV’s top comedy by a large margin. This 10th season, however, is a contract year, so CBS will have to decide if they’re willing to shell out a huge amount of money to keep the cast on for another season. The network pays Kaley Cuoco, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg around $5.25 million an episode as it stands, and the cast may be looking for more to stick around for an 11th season. CBS would need the sitcom to continue putting up huge numbers to justify the cost. Ratings for this week’s season premiere of Big Bang Theory weren’t exactly confidence boosting. Overnight ratings show that the CBS sitcom pulled a 3.6 rating among adults 18-49 and 15.4 million viewers overall. That’s a drop of 15 percent in overall viewers, but a whopping 23 percent in the 18-49 demographic compared to last year’s season premiere. Granted, last year’s season premiere paid off a few cliffhangers, but even still, a drop that big is probably turning some heads at the network. Rumors began in earnest that this could be last season after the spring finale. Series star Kunal Nayyar suggested that possibility, while showrunner Steve Molaro was even more definitive, telling The Hollywood Reporter that he “thinks” season 10 will be the final year for the comedy. “The reality is that maybe season 10 is the ending point. The real answer is, I don’t know and all I can do right now is go episode to episode and try to make each one the best that we can”. The network, of course, will want to keep the sitcom around as long as it can continue to make money on it, and CBS head Glenn Geller suggested over the summer that he was confident the network could resign the stars, but with ratings that continue to dwindle, the network will have to decide if the numbers justify the expense. Dwindling ratings or not, there is still something to be said for Big Bang Theory’s ability to launch new shows. Kevin James’ Kevin Can Wait premiered on Monday after Big Bang Theory to a very respectable 2.6 rating among adults 18-49 and 11.2 million viewers, which is in line with the debut of Life in Pieces in the same slot last season.
Big Bang Theory might have also taken a small hit from The Voice, which returned to NBC on Monday night with new mentors Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys. It dropped only two-tenths of a point from its 2015 debut. It also helped boost the premiere of Kristen Bell’s The Good Place to a solid 2.3 rating among adults 18-49.

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