Perfecting the pose: Kylie Jenner showed off her plump pout as she attended her friend Justine Skye’s brithday bash at Katana in Hollywood, California on Monday
Kylie Jenner has mastered the art of striking a pose – Kardashian style.
Showing off her full pout and trendsetting style, there was no mistaking the 17-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star as she attended singer Justine Skye’s birthday bash at Katana in Hollywood on Monday.
Taking after her sisters, such as Kim and Khloe Kardashian, the reality TV star opted for a serious expression as she partied with the Atlantic Recording Artist.
Making a fashionable entrance, Kylie donned a low-cut silky beige blouse with uber thin straps.
She knotted the shirt above her hips and also sported a pair of extremely distressed denim trousers.
Going with her grunge glam look, the reality show star wore black motorcycle boots, matching her thin black belt and Birkin bag
Sister act: Just like Kim: Kylie Jenner’s pose and pout resembled sister Kim Kardashian
And she accessorised with a cross necklace, chunky wristwatch and bracelets.
Meanwhilem, Kylie’s long locks were styled straight, flowing past her fully made up face.
Kendall, 18, was also spotted at the party but was far more dressed down.
She won’t crack! The TV personality kept a sombre expression throughout the shoot
Kylie debuted her lengthy extensions on Monday.
And though she’s a fan of faux hair, the TV personality has denied any rumours of having actual work done.
The star slammed plastic surgery and lip injection claims back in April after the Australian edition of OK! Magazine alleging the then 16-year-old star has had a nose job, lip fillers and Botox.
She tweeted, ‘these plastic surgery rumours hurt my feelings to be honest and are kinda insulting,’ she continued, ‘Just in case anyone forgot.. I’m 16.’
Sister act: Kendall Jenner, second right, was there too, with pals Machine Gun Kelly, Karen Civil, and Tyga
Last night the 2014 Emmy Award winners were announced with “Breaking Bad” taking home top honors with five wings including Outstanding Drama Series, followed by “Modern Family” with three wins including Outstanding Comedy Series. FX programs “American Horror Story: Coven” and “Fargo” each took home two awards including an Outstanding Miniseries win for “Fargo”.
Meanwhile, new shows such as “Orange is the New Black” and “Silicon Valley” went home empty handed and for all the fanfare it received in its first season, including 12 Emmy nominations, “True Detective” only took home one win, that being for director Cary Joji Fukunaga“.
Personally, I don’t give a lick about the Emmys, it’s right there with the Grammys in terms of worthless awards shows for me. It’s a show wherein people must nominate themselves and while most award shows are no better, this one is down there near the bottom for me.
So, with that said, here are the winners including wins for Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston, who were certainly great in “Breaking Bad”, but given their competition, as someone who doesn’t even watch TV that much, I know there are better out there.
OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES
Breaking Bad Downton Abbey Game of Thrones House of Cards Mad Men True Detective
OUTSTANDING COMEDY SERIES
The Big Bang Theory Louie Modern Family Orange Is the New Black Silicon Valley Veep
American Horror Story: Coven Bonnie and Clyde Fargo Luther Treme The White Queen
OUTSTANDING TELEVISION MOVIE
Killing Kennedy Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight The Normal Heart Sherlock: His Last Vow The Trip to Bountiful
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom
Jon Hamm, Mad Men
Woody Harrelson, True Detective
Matthew McConaughey, True Detective
Kevin Spacey, House of Cards
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Lizzy Caplan, Masters of Sex
Claire Danes, Homeland
Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
Kerry Washington, Scandal
Robin Wright, House of Cards
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock: His Last Vow
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dancing on the Edge
Idris Elba, Luther
Martin Freeman, Fargo
Mark Ruffalo, The Normal Heart
Billy Bob Thornton, Fargo
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Helena Bonham Carter, Burton and Taylor
Minnie Driver, Return to Zero Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Coven
Sarah Paulson, American Horror Story: Coven
Cicely Tyson, The Trip to Bountiful
Kristen Wiig, The Spoils of Babylon
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Louis C.K., Louie
Don Cheadle, House of Lies
Ricky Gervais, Derek
Matt LeBlanc, Episodes
William H. Macy, Shameless Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Lena Dunham, Girls
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Melissa McCarthy, Mike and Molly
Amy Poehler, Parks & Recreation
Taylor Schilling, Orange Is the New Black
OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES
Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
Jim Carter, Downton Abbey
Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
Josh Charles, The Good Wife
Mandy Patinkin, Homeland
Jon Voight, Ray Donovan
OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES
Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Joanne Froggart, Downton Abbey
Lena Headey, Game of Thrones
Christine Baranski, The Good Wife
Christina Hendricks, Mad Men
OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Colin Hanks, Fargo
Jim Parsons, The Normal Heart
Joe Mantello, The Normal Heart
Alfred Molina, The Normal Heart
Matt Bomer, The Normal Heart Martin Freeman, Sherlock: His Last Vow
OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR MOVIE
Frances Conroy, American Horror Story: Coven Kathy Bates, American Horror Story: Coven
Angela Bassett, American Horror Story: Coven
Allison Tolman, Fargo
Ellen Burstyn, Flowers in the Attic
Julia Roberts, The Normal Heart
OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES
Andre Braugher, Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Adam Driver, Girls
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family Ty Burrell, Modern Family
Fred Armisen, Portlandia
Tony Hale, Veep
OUTSTANDING SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES
Mayim Bialik, The Big Bang Theory
Julie Bowen, Modern Family Allison Janney, Mom
Kate Mulgrew, Orange Is the New Black
Kate McKinnon, Saturday Night Live
Anna Chlumsky, Veep
OUTSTANDING WRITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES
Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad Moira Walley-Beckett, Breaking Bad
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, Game of Thrones
Beau Willimon, House of Cards
Nic Pizzolatto, True Detective
OUTSTANDING WRITING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A DRAMATIC SPECIAL
Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, American Horror Story: Coven
Noah Hawley, Fargo
Neil Cross, Luther
Larry Kramer, The Normal Heart Steven Moffat, Sherlock: His Last Vow
David Simon and Eric Overmyer, Treme
OUTSTANDING WRITING FOR A VARIETY SPECIAL
The Beatles: The Night That Changed America Billy Crystal: 700 Sundays
The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles
67th Annual Tony Awards
OUTSTANDING WRITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES
David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik, Episodes Louis C.K., Louie
Liz Friedman and Jenji Kohan, Orange Is the New Black
Alec Berg, Silicon Valley
Simon Blackwell, Tony Roche and Armando Iannucci, Veep
OUTSTANDING DIRECTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES
Tim Van Patten, Boardwalk Empire
Vince GIlligan, Breaking Bad
David Evans, Downton Abbey
Neil Marshall, Game of Thrones
Carl Franklin, House of Cards Cary Joji Fukunaga, True Detective
OUTSTANDING DIRECTING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A DRAMATIC SPECIAL
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, American Horror Story: Coven Colin Bucksey, Fargo
Adam Bernstein, Fargo
Stephen Frears, Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight
Ryan Murphy, The Normal Heart
Nick Hurran, Sherlock: His Last Vow
OUTSTANDING DIRECTING FOR A VARIETY SPECIAL
Glenn Weiss, 67th Annual Tony Awards
James Lapine, Six By Sondheim
Gregg Gelfand, The Beatles: The Night That Changed America
Louis J. Horvitz, The Kennedy Center Honors
Hamish Hamilton, The Oscars
Beth McCarthy Miller and Rob Ashford, The Sound Of Music Live!
OUTSTANDING DIRECTING FOR A COMEDY SERIES
Iain B. McDonald, Episodes
Paris Barclay, Glee
Louis C.K., Louie Gail Mancuso, Modern Family
Jodie Foster, Orange Is the New Black
Mike Judge, Silicon Valley
OUTSTANDING REALITY – COMPETITION PROGRAM
The Amazing Race Dancing With the Stars Project Runway So You Think You Can Dance Top Chef The Voice
OUTSTANDING VARIETY, MUSIC OR COMEDY SERIES
The Colbert Report The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Jimmy Kimmel Live Real Time with Bill Maher Saturday Night Live The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
In the genre-subverting apocalyptic thriller Maggie, which Lionsgate just acquired for North American distribution, Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a father grappling with his daughter’s imminent zombie-ness.
John Scott 3’s Black List script imagines a world overtaken by a zombie virus, but focuses the trauma on the relationship between a father and his daughter (Abigail Breslin) as she slowly devolves into one of the cannibalistic undead. Henry Hobson, whose main credits are for designing title sequences for video games, television shows, and films such as The Help and The Walking Dead, directed the film, which also stars Joely Richardson.
“Maggie has all the ingredients that spell commercial excitement—a compelling script and an ‘A’ list superstar surrounded by a world-class cast,” said Lionsgate’s Co-Chief Operating Officer and Motion Picture Group President Steve Beeks. “We’re delighted to continue our relationship with Arnold Schwarzenegger, who turns in a performance that marks a dramatic departure from his action persona, and partner with our friends at Lotus Entertainment on a film that will resonate with thriller aficionados everywhere.”
Lotus co-chairs Bill Johnson and Jim Seibel, who produced and will handle international sales, added: “Maggie takes the zombie genre in exciting new directions, and it offers something for everyone—star power, horror, suspense, and riveting performances that will keep moviegoers on the edge of their seats.”
Maggie does not have a set release date yet, but it’s expected to arrive in theaters in early 2015.
Unless they surprise, neither film is tracking to make much noise over the long Labor Day holiday
An adult-minded espionage film starring Pierce Brosnan and a found-footage thriller targeting younger moviegoers are closing out the troubled summer season at the North American box office, where revenue could hit an eight-year low.
Director Roger Donaldson‘s The November Man is getting a jump on the long Labor Day holiday by opening Wednesday and is projected to make $12 million in its six-day debut. The $20 million-plus movie was made by The Solution Entertainment Group, Palmstar Media Capital and Merced Media Partners, with Relativity Media acquiring U.S. rights for a reported $3 million.
The holiday’s second new nationwide player is Legendary Entertainment’s micro-budgeted As Above, So Below, about a team of explorers who confront their past sins while caught in the twisting catacombs that lie beneath the streets of Paris. Universal is releasing the film per its deal with Legendary.
Labor Day is never a big moviegoing weekend, although this year could be slower than usual. It’s also possible that holdover Guardians of the Galaxy could stay No. 1.
Despite gains made in August, thanks in large part to Guardians and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, domestic summer revenue is still down down nearly 15 percent from last year, and isn’t likely to get much past $4 billion by the end of Labor Day. That’s the lowest number in eight years.
November Man will rely on adults interested in seeing Brosnan play a James Bond-like character. He stars opposite Olga Kurylenko and Luke Bracey in the action title, about an extremely dangerous ex-CIA agent who is lured out of retirement to protect a witness. The assignment makes him the target of his former friend and CIA protege.
The movie is based on Bill Granger‘s bestselling November Man book series. Irish Dreamtime and Das Films produced the movie.
As Above/So Below, which begins rolling out in select theaters Thursday night before opening everywhere Friday, is tracking to open in the $8 million to $10 million range. The movie cost a modest $5 million to make, minimizing Legendary’s risk. Moreover, the company and Universal relied almost entirely on a digital marketing campaign designed to win over younger moviegoers, versus television ads. Hollywood will be watching to see if the unconventional approach works and the movie overperforms.
John Erick Dowdle directed the psychological thriller from a script he wrote with Drew Dowdle, his brother. Ben Feldman, Perdita Weeks and Edwin Hodge star.
The digital marketing campaign included a partnership with YouTube’s biggest talent, PewDiePie, to create a series of custom videos in the Paris Catacombs that generated more than 15 million views of content and trailer. There was also a heavy Hispanic media campaign on major TV networks and digital outlets with customized spots.
As Above/So Below has already begun rolling in French, Belgium and French-speaking Switzerland, grossing $900,000 for Legendary and Universal. It opens in additional territories this weekend, including the U.K.
The ancient wonders of the world have long cursed explorers who’ve dared to uncover their secrets. But a team of U.S. archaeologists gets more than they bargained for when they discover a lost pyramid unlike any other in the Egyptian desert. As they unlock the horrific secrets buried within, they realize they aren’t just trapped; they are being hunted.
Director: Gregory Levasseur
Writers: Daniel Meersand, Nick Simon
Actors: Ashley Hinshaw, James Buckley, Denis O’Hare, Christa Nicola, Amir K.
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