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This is what ‘Anaconda’ sounds like as a bluegrass foot-stomper

If you thought Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” was perfect except for a missing banjo, look no further than Postmodern Jukebox’s twangy take on the booty-popping hit.

This time around, Postmodern Jukebox goes bluegrass with the hit record and gives “Anaconda” an Appalachian makeover. That includes a few key lyric changes to fit the bluegrass feel, for example, “he growing crops like his name is Romaine” instead of the more NSFW original lyrics about salad. While our favorite tambourine guy may be absent for this video, there is an adorable puppy in the mix.


FIRST LOOK: The ‘Angry Birds’ Movie

Rovio and Sony Pictures Animation unveiled the first photo of ‘Angry Birds,’ showcasing (from left to right) ‘Frozen‘ star Josh Gad as the speedster Chuck, Jason Sudeikis as Red, “a bird with a temper problem,” and ‘Eastbound & Down‘ funnyman Danny McBride as Bomb, the volatile one of the group.

In addition, ‘SNL‘ vet Bill Hader will portray one of the villainous piggies, Maya Rudolph will voice a character named Matilda, and ‘Game of Thrones” own Tyrion Lannister, Peter Dinklage, will play the legendary Mighty Eagle. Keegan-Michael Key of ‘Key & Peele,’ ‘SNL’ star Kate McKinnon, Tony Hale of ‘Veep‘ and ‘Arrested Development,’ Ike Barinholtz, Hannibal Buress, Cristela Alonzo, ‘22 Jump Street‘ standout Jillian Bell, Danielle Brooks of ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ Grammy nominee Romeo Santos, and YouTube stars Ian Andrew Hecox and Anthony Padilla (known as Smosh) also join in supporting roles.


Netflix and Amazon outstrip TV on LGBTQ diversity

The latest version of GLAAD’s Network Responsibility Index focused on 15 networks that produced content during the 2013-2014 programming year—and for the first time in the report’s history, three different networks earned “Excellent” ratings for their commitment to diversity.

HBO, ABC Family, and MTV are all leading the pack in satisfying increasing consumer demand for diverse media content.

And Fox became the highest-scoring network in television history, with 42 percent of its programming hours featuring positive LGBTQ representations. 

But now that this goalpost has been reached, GLAAD is upping its standards. Next year, in order to receive an “Excellent” rating, networks must feature “significant transgender content”—a move the organization is making in direct response to the overall lack of representation of trans characters, something this year’s report focused on significantly.

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RE: The Shahs of Sunset Strike


To my creative colleagues who make unscripted television,

I’m sure you’re aware of the recent labor dispute between the sixteen editors and assistants and Ryan Seacrest Productions. Since the post-production crew walked off the job three weeks ago to collectively bargain for better working conditions that include employer-paid health care, sick & vacation days, & employer pension contributions there has been a sense that this is really a larger action. One between the talented and nearly completely freelance workforce in unscripted tv and the large corporations that we ultimately work for (in this case Comcast, who owns NBC/Universal and Bravo).

Bravo/Comcast confirmed that sense on Friday when they fired all the striking editors and assumed control of the production from Ryan Seacrest Productions. They will attempt to finish this season with replacement workers. To that end, Bravo’s latest tactic is to not tell Post Supers and Editors what project they’re calling about. Loosely referencing “projects in progress” or “other projects”. IF you get a call for a Bravo job, ask A LOT of questions. ACCEPT the job to get the info about where the cutting rooms are, then share that info either with me (DM, email, phone call, at lunch, whenever, wherever. I’m available) and THEN let them know you’re not interested after all.

Know this; we have long careers and the industry both here in LA and beyond is small. The longer you’re in it, the smaller it gets. Crossing a picket line to take someone’s job that was standing up for an ideal that would ultimate help a large portion of an entire industry of television workers isn’t something to be taken lightly and isn’t something that gets forgotten when you do.

There are other jobs and you have a future to consider.

*NOTE:You may not also realize that some members of the production crew have also walked off the job. Work shooting pick-up scenes and interview shoots have also been stopped.

Morning with Juggan 2nd October 2014

Morning with Juggan 2nd October 2014

This is latest episode of Morning with Juggan that you can watch on PTV Home. This PTV Home Morning Show is hosted by Pakistani and Canadian actress, model, and television host Juggan Kazim. She also did fabulous job in many drama serials of Pakistan television to entertain us. She is Offerings Different Entertaining Segments and Invite numerous Celebrities.

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VIDEO: Recapping the Giants Wild Card Win Over the Pirates

VIDEO: Recapping the Giants Wild Card Win Over the Pirates

Gabe and Eric break down the Giants Wild Card win.


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PlayStation Plus Free Games Instant Game Collection Offerings For the Month of October

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