Thursday, February 28, 2008

Rihanna performing in Dublin,Ireland

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Rihanna performs on stage in a red and black outfit at the RDS Arena on Wednesday in Dublin, Ireland.

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Hayden Panettiere on the cover of Seventeen Magazine

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Hayden talks to Seventeen Magazine in their April Issue about her life and wanting to save the world.She talks about her fight against whalers in Japan, why voting matters and her very personal crusade to find the right guy!

Enjoy some interview snippets:

On breaking up with Stephen Colletti:
“I just knew I wanted to breathe. I wanted to be single at the time. It just hit me like a ton of bricks: This is the time I need to be with myself. It takes such a secure person to be with someone like me—it takes so much confidence; it takes so much trust.”

On wanting to be girly and just have fun:
“If I was a wonderful person, I’d run around in whatever clothes and have one outfit – and then I’d donate the rest of the money to charity. But no one is perfect, and no one is saying you have to give up everything in your life to change the world.”

On what it was like fighting whalers in Japan:
“It was great! There’s very little that scares me. I’ve always been a physical person. And I feel like a lot of time in this industry, a lot of people loan their face to a cause, which is great, but it doesn’t do as much as getting out there and actually physically doing something.


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Ashley Tisdale Justin Stephens People Magazine photoshoot

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Taylor Swift on TRL and a preview of Taylor's new video "picture to burn"

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Behind the scenes of Semi Pro video

Behind the Scenes of SEMI-PRO

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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Mary J. Blige Ft. Lil Mama Just Fine remix video





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Sean Astin's miniseries The Colour of Magic Tv Spot



Sean is the one with the glasses and orange shirt.


The Colour of Magic is a comic fantasy novel by Terry Pratchett. It is the first one of the Discworld series and was published in 1983.The Mob Film Company and Sky One are producing a miniseries, combining both The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic to be broadcast over Easter of this year in the UK.


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Estelle video "American Boy" featuring Kanye West




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Full Hilary Duff Disney Mobile commercial

Monday, February 25, 2008

Happy Birthday Sean Astin!!

Happy Birthday Sean!!

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Movie to see in Theaters : Semi Pro

Each week I recommend a movie you should see in theaters.I will show you the trailer, plot, reviews and more.

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Jackie Moon is one-hit wonder who used the profits from the success of his chart-topping song "Love Me Sexy" to achieve his dream of owning a basketball team. But Moon's franchise, the Flint Michigan Tropics, is the worst team in the league and in danger of folding when the ABA announces its plans to merge with the NBA. If they want to survive, Jackie and the Tropics must now do the seemingly impossible -- win.

Genres: Comedy and Sports
Release Date: February 29th, 2008 (wide)
Distributors:
New Line Cinema
Stars of the film : Will Ferrall (Jackie),Woody Harrelson (Monix) ,
André Benjamin (Clarence)

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Will Ferrall

MySpace Celebrity interviews Will Ferrell for Semi-Pro

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André Benjamin

MySpace Celebrity Q&A with Andre Benjamin

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by NewsBlaze

Equal parts mockudrama and Saturday Night Live 'skits'-ophrenia with lewd tendencies, Semi-Pro pays pretend tribute of sorts to the defunct American Basketball Association during its 1967-76 heyday, before being nearly swallowed whole and corporatized into the NBA. Debut director Kent Alterman, a former small screen scribe for Michael Moore's TV Nation, flexes his spectator sport skills for Semi-Pro, with mixed results. While a knowledge of basketball or the ABA is not a must to get this movie, a strong stomach for gross-out locker room humor is decidedly helpful.

Will Ferrell is Jackie Moon in the testosterone-steeped Semi-Pro, the fancy 'fro-sporting owner, coach and over-the-hill beer-gut player on the low rent Flint, Michigan Tropics of the ABA, a team in the process of spiraling into incompetent oblivion. When an entourage of NBA corporate suits and their lawyers show up to terminate the team, Moon frantically gets into a different kind of game plan to save the Tropics by training and wish-fulfillment winning of some upcoming competitions. Among his last chance hopefuls are the rude and unpredictable Monix (Woody Harrelson) and flashy Clarence 'Downtown' Withers (Andre Benjamin).


The the point of Semi-Pro seems to be an affectionate if incessantly foul-mouthed off-court defense of the regional, mostly flabby abs homeboy team concept counting all sort of eccentric, nutty and deeply lovable players before sports went commercial and big time with a prioritizing of commercial interests. But these oddly high-minded sentiments tend to get buried under piles of lame gutter humor and really bad etiquette. Read more of the review here


by EmanuelLevy.Com

If you liked "Talladega Nights" and "Blades of Glory" you will like Will Ferrell's new vehicle, "Semi Pro," an intermittently raucous comedy that repeats (recycles?) basic elements of the funny man's former films.

Directed by Kent Alterman, and written by Scot Armstrong (who had penned the remake of "Starsky and Hutch"), "Semi-Pro" concerns a down-and-out basketball team that give the National Basketball Association a run for its money. Like Ferrell's other flicks, it's about dreaming big and playing low, except it's set in the swingin’ and stylin’ 1970s, when the hairdos were huge.

Occasionally rowdy but mostly dominated with good-natured laughs and butt-slapping camaraderie, based on the on-screen chemistry between Will Ferrell and Woody Harrelson, "Semi-Pro" is a movie fantasy that should please anyone who has ever had a really big dream, and really really bad hair.

Will Ferrell (call me Wilf) plays Jackie Moon, a man who made a fortune when “Baby Who Wants To Love Me Sexy,” a one-hit-wonder he wrote topped the charts. Knowing his talents weren’t in songwriting (he actually stole the song from his mother), Jackie invested his not-so-hard earned cash in his real love--basketball.

Jackie is now the owner, coach and star player of The Tropics, a semi-professional basketball team in Flynt, Michigan, which is the same town where Michael Moore based his seminal docu, "Roger and Me". The Tropics are a rag-tag bunch of crazies, like Clarence, who knows more about smoking pot than dribbling, and Bee Bee, who’s better at turning cartwheels than making baskets. Read more of the review here


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Aly Michalka on the set of the movie Will

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Rihanna Suki Dhanda photoshoot and in Hair Hype Magazine

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Miley Cyrus at the Oscars

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Miley looks beautiful in a red Valentino dress.

Jewels by Neil Lane, clutch by Mary Norton.

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Saturday, February 23, 2008

Fergie at Milan and Italy Fashion Week

Versace fashion show - Italy

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D&G fashion show Milan

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Avril Lavigne on ET Canada



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Ashlee Simpson Live at The Underground and Ashlee's new song" little miss obsessive"

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The Guy singing is the lead singer of the Plain White T's.

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Photos of Rihanna Bowling

Gordon Smart for The Sun (UK) said : I took the alarmingly attractive Rihanna out bowling to celebrate her birthday and she told me about her secret new addiction – collecting art.

The Umbrella singer turned 20 this week and over a few rounds at London’s Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes she revealed she’s just splashed out tens of thousands on a piece by Rolling Stones lord Ronnie Wood.

She gushed: “I’m not a big spender, but I do like to buy art.

“My favourite canvas is a Ronnie Wood one. He painted a portrait of BOB MARLEY and as soon as I saw it I knew I wanted it. It’s very rare that you get a painting of a legend painted by a legend, so I had to get it.”

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Hayden Panettiere at Hyde Lounge celebrating Candies

Hayden celebrates her Spring 2008 Candie’s Campaign at Hyde Lounge in West Hollywood on February 21.

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