Monday, April 15, 2013

Bad Day

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Our thoughts are with the injured and departed in Boston, the real world where humans hurt humans is much more terrifying than any fantasy could be. Stay safe, be kind and may peace of mind find you all. The week isn't getting better, this show news is the only thing distracting me from RL right now.
                                 Joe M tweeted this pic of him and Paul Reubens (PeeWee!)
                                                   OTAY! Ryan from a shoot , trying to find out more.

From the MTV Awards-Joe Manganiello, and Pitch Perfect actress Anna Kendrick were catfished by, of all people, Mark Wahlberg. Sure, he may not be Rebel Wilson (sorry, Joe and Josh) or Channing Tatum (condolences, Anna), but finding out you've been mistakenly dating Mark Wahlberg isn't exactly the worst thing in the world.

Meekus talk.
From Saturday's NewNowNext's Awards where Carrie was a presenter. It is on LOGO Sunday at 10pm.

Kristin Bauer van Straten, who plays Pam on True Blood, stops by our LA studio to discuss the show, Alexander Skarsgard, and her passion for saving wildlife with Entertainment Reporter Matthew Rodrigues.
From Eonline's Spoilerchat- Alicia R.: We haven't heard a peep aboutTrue Blood from my bb Ryan Kwanten. What's he doing?
He's probably doing sit-ups somewhere. God bless him. But for real, we did just chat with him about the new season of True Blood, and he delivered some harrowing news. "There are more deaths," he tells us. "Some favorite characters may not last." We did not like that piece of scoop (don't you dare touch Lafayette, TB writers!), but we did like it when Kwanten said that the show was getting back to the supernatural elements and madness that it's famous for.
Spoilers from Ausiello-
Question: There are rumors that True Blood is going to kill off the gorgeous and sexy Eric Northam! Please tell me this isn’t true. He is one of the main reasons I watch. —Kelly
Ausiello: I can neither confirm or deny the rumors, but I can offer you two pieces of evidence that suggest such a twist is in the realm of possibility. The first one comes care of Joe Manganiello, who tells TVLine, “We’re getting to the point in the season now where people are starting to die. The table reads are starting to get smaller, and I’m sure they will continue to do that.” Exhibit B, meanwhile, arrives in the form of Episode 7′s title — “The Funeral.” Sorry I don’t have better news for you Kelly.
Question: Any serious True Blood scoopage? —Colleen
Ausiello: I suppose that depends on how you choose to interpret this additional, equally provocative tease from Mr. Manganiello: “I think [the producers] looked at some things that went on with Alcide last season, and thought, ‘How can we top that or how can we get even racier?’ And I think they’ve succeeded… Right out of the gate, it’s really juicy.”
More photos of filming at the Spoilers Part 3 page from Skarsgardfans and Wenn
More from E's Spoilerchat-  
Sarah P.: You are rocking the True Bloodspoilers! More more more more more…more?So less? Kidding. Sharpen your fangs on this juicy (but sad) piece of scoop. Episode seven is called "The Funeral," and it may or may not have to do with what Anna Camp recently told us about the new season. "There's a lot of death. I've had sad read-throughs recently," she told our own Marc Malkin at the MTV Movie Awards. "It's too sad. Like, some people cried." Uh-oh. Who would the T.B. powers that be dare take away from us?!

Latest Promo for What Maisie Knew, cuteness overload.

Sam looks adorable as usual but too bad Eva Longoria is in it, she is like the kiss of death to films. 

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