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    Just a week after Walt Disney Pictures and Marvel Studios revealed release dates for two mystery projects in 2016 and 2017, a new update has set a third mystery Marvel film for release on July 8, 2016. What's more, Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella has been dated for March 13, 2015.

    This past May saw the release of Iron Man 3 and the official launch of "Phase Two" of the ongoing Marvel Cinematic Universe. On November 8, the universe continues with Thor: The Dark World and, in 2014, we'll get Captain America: The Winter Soldier on April 4 and Guardians of the Galaxy on August 1. Marvel's The Avengers 2 then concludes Phase Two on May 1, 2015 with "Phase Three" launching later that year when Ant-Man hits theaters November 6.

    The current 2016 lineup calls for the first mystery Marvel entry on May 6 with the just announced project following two months later. A third unknown Marvel project has already been targeted for May 5, 2017.

    It has been hinted in the past that Marvel has plans for new characters in Phase Three like Doctor Strange and The Black Panther. Either of those could take on these future release dates as could a Marvel's The Avengers 3 (likely for 2017), another sequel to an existing film or even a completely new surprise. Only time will tell, so check back for updates as they become available.


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    When Bonnie decides to go back to beauty school, Ben needs to find a daycare for Emma in a brand new episode of "Baby Daddy," airing Wednesday, June 26th, at 8:30pm ET/PT on ABC Family.

    Grace Phipps from Disney Channel's upcoming 'Teen Beach Movie' is a guest star. She was also in 'Nine Lives of Chloe King'.


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    "Lucy Hale is wearing the girliest San Francisco Giants hat ever: white canvas with faded pink and green letters. From underneath its brim comes a smile as bright as a porch light, the flutter of long lashes and saucer-size green eyes. Unquestionably a star’s face. The outfit, however—white T-shirt, baggy sweats, purple and green Nikes—is that of your basic 24-year-old. As we line up for ice blendeds at a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in the Toluca Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, Hale smiles, shrugs and lets it be known that anyone who was expecting a pair of jeans with one cheetah-print leg and one black should know that she and Aria Montgomery, the trendsetting lead character she plays on ABC Family’s teen drama Pretty Little Liars, don’t share a fashion agenda."


    On her low-key life: “[I'm always hearing that I have a] small-town vibe. I walk around in my gym clothes and my baseball cap.”


    On living the single life: “I’m single for the first time since I was 16. [For now] I like being single.”

    On looking good for the cameras: “I only dress up when I have to. I have a great collection of heels but I always wear flats. Obviously you always want to look your best. But at the same time, you don’t want to be that person who’s trying too hard, you know? It’s hard to be a girl.”


    SHIRT: Silk, $218, Equipment, HAT: “Emmanuelle,” $375, WATCH: Leather strap, $175, Seiko, macys​.com. BAG: Leather “Sofia Coppola,” price upon request, Louis Vuitton, 866-884-8866 for locations

    Lucy's August cover hits stands on July 2nd.

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    RIP the black hair.

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    Debby Ryan

    Stefanie Scott

    'The Way, Way Back' premiere during the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live in Los Angeles.


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    Miley accidentally sent out a round of her saved twitter drafts tonight on twitter. A few of them were promotional, one promoting her single with Snoop Dogg Ashtrays & Heartbreaks.

    Another tweet referenced her recent reunion with boyfriend Liam Hemsworth, "#datenight ended early and some stupid fucking paparazzi made alot of $$$".

    The strangest tweet sent out? One directed to her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus."Since you won't reply to my texts I'm giving you an hour to tell the truth or I'll tell it for you," Miley tweeted with a photo from last November of herself posing with Dylis Croman, a woman who co-starred with Billy Ray Cyrus last year in a production of Chicago.

    Miley quickly deleted all evidence of the tweets, sending out a cryptic explanation: "Wtf? My twitter was just actin all types of cray!"

    These tweets came hours after candids of Miley's parents, Billy Ray & Tish out with her youngest sister Noah. Tish Cyrus filed for divorce from Bill Ray earlier this month.

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    If you want to help us requesting the song use these pages:

    - click here for mediabase (this is so important)

    - click here for radio stations

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    If a recent photo is any indication, Miley Cyrus's family is in a good place following the news of her parents' divorce.

    The pop star's 13-year-old sister Noah was photographed stepping out of Little Toni's eatery in North Hollywood on Sunday with both parents in tow – after Miley, 20, recently told a radio host that she wasworried about Noah in light of Billy Ray, 51, and Tish Cyrus's divorce proceedings.

    Noah – who Tweeted, "Please pray for my family," shortly after news broke that her parents were calling it quits for the second time– strolled alongside her mom and dad, who hung close to each other.

    Tish, 53, even appeared to be leaning on Billy Ray's shoulder as an unidentified young woman joined them.


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    "Jonas Brother, Nick Jonas, heads to a local cafe in NYC for brunch by himself and eats his meal all alone, the only time he looked happy was when he stoped to take pictures with some female fans."

    Make sure to buy the Jonas Brothers new single 'First Time' on iTunes!


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    "Bella Thorne gets a ton of hugs from orphans in these photos from Sparrow Village, a Place of Hope and Caring for Children Suffering from the Effects of HIV/AIDS, in Roodepoort, South Africa on Monday afternoon (June 24).

    The 15-year-old actress, with brother Remy and his girlfriend Bella Pendergast, stopped by the orphanage after wrapping filming on Blended for the day.

    “These children are my life.i can’t even begin 2 describe the pure joy that comes from their hearts,” Bella tweeted after her visit with a Mobli video."

    Check out pics from Bella's visit behind the jump!

    more pics @ the source

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    Selena Gomez on the set of ‘Dream Out Loud’ 2013 Spring Collection on May 12, 2013.




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     Slay Queen!


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    Switched At Birth 2x14

    Source: Youtube

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    What the "Blurred Lines" video gets (kind of) wrong, the "We Can't Stop" video gets (completely) right
    "To my homegirls here with the big butts/Shaking it like we at a strip club/Remember only God can judge us, forget the haters, 'cause somebody loves ya."

    This is how Miley Cyrus chooses to begin the second verse of a crucial song in her career reboot... offering a paean to, and defense of, ladies with larger posteriors, who are unafraid to shake it and should not be dissuaded from doing so. On the surface, it's a patently silly sentiment -- big booty discrimination is not, thankfully, plaguing social gatherings across the globe -- but Cyrus delivers the vocal with a blinding earnestness that underlines the fact that she is very much not kidding around.

    Listen to the way she straight-up croons the word "butts" with boundless emotion, as if fighting for the right to twerk was Cyrus' personal priority. In one heart-torn melisma about rear ends, Cyrus shifts into a power stance, deflects blanket criticisms of promiscuity and encourages her sisters to dance however they damn well please. And that "somebody" who loves the uninhibited listener? That's implied to be Cyrus herself, rather than some male figure that her fan is trying to impress.It's a weird, glorious statement to deliver midway through a party anthem, and the more times it's digested, the more it can be understandably interpreted as a potent sucker-punch against slut-shaming and sexual straightjackets. Sir Mix-a-Lot fought for the homegirls with the big butts 20 years ago, but not with such focus and efficiency.

    "We Can't Stop," the hit lead single to Cyrus' forthcoming fourth studio album, might become the song of the summer, a title it will have to win over Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" (featuring Pharrell and T.I.), which has thus far spent two weeks in the top spot of the Hot 100 chart. Both songs will be inescapable in the coming months, and, curiously for the year 2013, both songs are tied intrinsically to their official music videos, which currently reside in the top two spots in VEVO's "Top Videos" section on its homepage (the family-friendly "Blurred Lines" video has 62 million views on the site in three months, while "We Can't Stop" has 31 million clicks in a little less than a week) and were both directed by Diane Martel. Thicke and Cyrus have gotten pop fans to watch and re-watch their latest visuals by presenting images that are sexually provocative -- until you look closer, and realize that they're part of an all-encompassing joke. Interestingly, each video's individual successes and failings are largely determined by how hard the average viewer has to squint.

    On March 31, Paula Patton, veteran actress and Thicke's wife, wrote a tweet that began with the phrase "Nudity is Beautiful!!!" That day, her husband's music video for "Blurred Lines" was officially banned by YouTube. You know the video (which you can watch in its uncensored glory here) -- it's the one with three topless women, played by Elle Evansm Emily Ratajkowski and Jessi M'Bengue, toting live sheep, banjos and seductive glares alongside Thicke, T.I. and Pharrell Williams. It's the video with "#THICKE" gouging your eyes out and subsequently clogging your Twitter feed. It's the video that has magnified the greatness of a sparse funk single and made it the biggest song in the country, while also drawing heat for its unwitting contribution to rape culture and the queasiness involved with watching unclothed women turn into objects for clothed men.

    In an interview with GQ, Thicke cited Patton's tweet as part of the reason why the "Blurred Lines" video -- which now exists in a YouTube-friendly censored form and a YouTube-restricted explicit version that can be found on VEVO -- cannot and should not be taken at face value; that is, as a showcase of exposed females and the suave-looking males that gaze upon them while repeating phrases like "I know you want it." Thicke describes the song as an ode to "two old men on a porch hollering at girls," and says that he wanted to create a video complete with "old men dances" that help amplify the ridiculousness of three men trying to master the art of catcalling.

    "Because all three of us are happily married with children, we were like, 'We're the perfect guys to make fun of this,'" said Thicke. "We just wanted [the music video] to be as silly as possible. That way, the nudity isn't taken seriously."

    Of course, nudity in music videos is usually taken seriously, especially when it's gratuitous (albeit non-pornographic in this instance) and exclusively on the female side of the coin. Surely Thicke and Martel knew that people would not be shrugging off the bare breasts that fill so many frames of the nearly five-minute clip as obvious satire, or yawn when seeing silver balloons spell out "Robin Thicke Has A Big Dick" two-thirds of the way into the video. The "Blurred Lines" clip can be viewed as a pointedly provocative piece of pop-art or a shameless marketing stunt; either way, it was carefully orchestrated to inspire chatter both positive and negative.

    It was also a flashy move that Thicke sorely needed to make, after years of being pigeonholed as a blue-eyed, mostly harmless soul singer with diminishing sales (his last album, 2011's "Love After War," has sold 202,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan, a far cry from the 1.6 million copies moved by his 2006 LP "The Evolution of Robin Thicke"). As a career shake-up, it has succeeded stupendously. "Blurred Lines" has traded in its "viral sensation" tag over the past month and a half and upgraded to a radio hit, giving Thicke his first No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart and selling 1.6 million downloads through June 16, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

    Meanwhile, the music video continues to inspire thoughtful analyses from pop culture surveyors debating the coded messages within its exalted innocence. Most of the negative criticism is lobbed at the way the song's lyrics -- ostensibly, about a man trying to convince a "good girl" to ditch her current beau and indulge in the wild sexual appetite he sees within her -- are represented in the explicit visual. "The nudity might be fine if the song was called, 'Let's All Have Some Fun,' but it's called 'Blurred Lines,' and the subject itself is enough to make some female music fans uncomfortable," writes Tricia Romano in her post "'Blurred Lines,' Robin Thicke's Summer Anthem, Is Kind of Rapey." "The song is about how a girl really wants crazy wild sex but doesn't say it -- positing that age-old problem where men think no means yes into a catchy, hummable song."

    Indeed, the lynchpin line "I know you want it" and the way it is breathlessly repeated in the song can be construed as downright creepy when paired with images of a fully dressed Thicke delivering the line to a silent, topless female as she twirls around him. "Call me a cynic, but that phrase does not exactly encompass the notion of consent in sexual activity," says Lisa Huyne in a post on her Feminist in L.A. blog.

    We Can't stop is also #2 on iTunes


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    FIRST OF ALL: Buy the song on itunes HERE
    Remember this song needs to do good on radio since I don't think they'll promote it because Joe is still in Africa and they're going on tour, so there will be probably a radio tour (fingers crossed) so:

    USE MEDIABASE to request, it's SO important.
    You can request once a day so it's like voting for an award show and it REALLY helps
    (to see them all)

    BUT focus on these radio stations:
    Just type "First Time - Jonas Brothers", then your name and the code below (if you have problems with the code, click "change code" and type the second code that shows you because the first one usually don't work) and that's all

    (REMEMBER spamming radio stations on twitter won't help AT ALL)

    AND then call and text your local radio station/s:


    If you have a question, you can read THIS LIVEJOURNAL
    or you can ask me on TWITTER

    thank you :)

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    Disney Channel Ascends to 5-Month Highs in Total Viewers, 2-11s and 6-11s and 10-Month High in Tweens; #1 Cable TV Network in Total Viewers for 3rd Straight Week; Sweeps Major Youth 2-11, 6-11 and 9-14 Demos for 4th Consecutive Week

    • Tops Nickelodeon by At Least Double Digits for 84th Straight Week in 6-11s; 86th in 9-14s

    • Sunday’s All New “Shake It Up” Hits 3-Month High; #1 TV Telecast Across Kids/Tweens

    • Lengthens #1 Total Day Streak to More Than Two Years in Kids 6-11 and Tweens

    Disney Channel: Total Day and Prime Highlights

    For the week of June 17, 2013, 24-hour kid-driven, family-inclusive television network Disney Channel boasted 5-month highs in Total Viewers (1.89 million), Kids 2-11 (1.06 million/2.7 rating), and Kids 6-11 (754,000/3.2 rating) and 10-month high in Tweens 9-14 (661,000/2.8 rating) – since weeks of 12/31/12 and 8/13/12, respectively – standing as cable TV’s #1 network in Total Viewers for the 3rd consecutive week and sweeping the major youth demos for the 4th consecutive week. Moreover, this marked the network’s 5th consecutive week growing its Total Viewer and Kid 2-11 audiences and 4th week in a row in Kids 6-11
    and Tweens.

    Disney Channel has reigned as TV’s #1 network on a weekly basis for over two years in Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14 – dates back to week of 6/13/11 – out-performing Nickelodeon by at least double digits for the 84th (+40% – 754,000 vs. 537,000) and 86th straight week (+85% – 661,000 vs. 357,000), respectively.

    In Prime, Disney Channel extended its streak as cable TV’s #1 network to 425 consecutive weeks in Kids 6-11 (1.01 million/4.3 rating – 8+ years), for 160 weeks in a row in Tweens 9-14 (871,000/3.7 rating – 3+ years), and was the #2 cable TV network for the second week running in Total Viewers (2.36 million), topping #3 History Channel by a robust 11% (vs. 2.13 million).

    Sunday’s all new “Shake It Up” (9:00 – 9:30 p.m.) delivered 3-month highs across target demos, ranking as the week’s #1 TV telecast in Kids 2-11 (1.85 million/4.7 ratting) and Kids 6-11 (1.51 million/6.4 rating) and the #1 scripted TV telecast in Tweens 9-14 (1.48 million/6.2 rating). Overall, the network delivered the Top 11 TV telecasts in Kids 6-11 and Top 24 scripted TV telecasts in Tweens 9-14.


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    Miley Cyrus flashes a big smile arriving at the soundcheck for her performance on tonight's Jimmy Kimmel (6/25).

    Earlier today, VEVO announced that Miley's video for her single 'We Can't Stop' broke the record for most views in one day.

    Jimmy Kimmel is on @ 11:30pm on ABC. Miley also will be appearing tomorrow morning (6/26) on Good Morning America.


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