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2017 Critics Choice Awards WinnersPart ½

Best Film — La La Land, dir. Damien Chazelle

Best Actor — Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea

Best Actress — Natalie Portman, Jackie

Best Supporting Actor — Mahershala Ali, Moonlight

Best Supporting Actress — Viola Davis, Fences

Best Young Actor/Actress — Lucas Hedges, Manchester by the Sea

Best Cinematography — Linus Sandgren, La La Land

Best Animated Movie — Zootopia, dir. Byron Howard, Rich Moore


World War Three 

With the threat of interplanetary war looming, the human race prepare for the end, little knowing their enemies lie at the heart of the British government. As the Ninth Doctor, Rose Tyler and new friend Harriet Jones battle for their lives in 10 Downing Street, the Slitheen family set their plans for the destruction of Earth into motion. With the world changing around him, the Doctor is powerless, and it seems only Mickey Smith can save the world…


Some references to the books:

  • Mrs. Flowers, in the novels, is a witch and she owns the boarding house where Stefan is living; in the TV series she owns the bed-and-breakfast where Katherine was staying.
  • Meredith Sulez is one of Elena’s best friends in the books, in the show she was introduced as Meredith Fell. In the books, she is a student and girlfriend of Alaric K. Saltzman but in the series, Meredith is a doctor and has a relationship with Alaric.
  • Sage in the books is a male and a vampire, but in the show, Sage is a female. In the novels Sage is a close friend of Damon, in the the TV series she used to be his mentor.
  • In the books Bonnie’s surname is McCollough, not Bennett like in the show. In the TV series she used the surname McCollough when she was under cover to get close to Virginia St. John.
Best Picture - Oscars 2017: Who Will Win, Who Should Win
WILL WIN: La La Land

What THR is saying and some of my thoughts!

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Unless you grew up in a black family with deep Detroit roots, I’m betting you’ve never heard of Black Bottom. It was a self-sustaining, all-black neighborhood that flourished on Detroit’s eastern edge at the turn of the last century. It’s largely forgotten today, replaced by a four lane highway, but back then its mile-and-a-half main drag bustled with black-owned grocery stores selling produce from local black farmers. The soda fountain at black-owned Barthwell Drugs was always hopping with customers sipping on orange pineapple floats while their orders got filled. Billie Holiday, Langston Hughes, Sammy Davis, Jr., Jackie Robinson were guests at the Gotham Hotel, a hot spot for black film stars, blues artists, and athletes who were often barred from the city’s white hotels.

By the time I was growing up in Detroit Public Schools, my teachers encouraged me to get my degree and get out of the city in search of a better job. I moved away for college in 2011, and I was hardly alone. According to the Census Bureau, Detroit lost 30 percent of its black residents ages 18 to 35 between 2000 and 2010, about 60,000 people. Overall, Detroit lost a third of its population in those 10 years. And while numbers of white and Latino people living in Detroit have gone up slightly since then, a black exodus to the suburbs continues.

That’s where an experiment called Black Bottom LLC hopes to come in. It’s an attempt to introduce young black Detroiters — and beyond — to the story of Black Bottom, a story of black opportunity and black self-determination from an earlier time of upheaval and migration in Detroit. And it wants to try to recapture some of that momentum with an interesting digital gambit: a new Black Bottom for the 21st century.

Who Fixes Detroit? Young Black Detroiters Want To Resurrect A Lost Neighborhood

Photo credits: (top) Courtesy of Justin Milhouse (bottom) Wayne State University

Aries Celebrities + Moon Signs
  • Aries Moon: Marlon Brando, Celine Dion, Nathan Fillion, Rooney Mara, Lucy Lawless, Sean Faris
  • Taurus Moon: Robert Downey Jr., Kiera Knightley, Quentin Tarantino, Elton John, Pharrell Willams, Diana Ross, William Shatner, David Blaine
  • Gemini Moon: Ewan McGregor, Jackie Chan, Bette Davis, Doris Day, Jessica Chastain, Reba McEntire
  • Cancer Moon: Heath Ledger, Miranda Kerr, Aretha Franklin, Big Sean, Natasha Lyonne, Robert Frost
  • Leo Moon: Jessie J, Maisie Williams, Brenda Song, Jesse McCartney, Sean Bean
  • Virgo Moon: James Franco, Leona Lewis, Marvin Gaye, Elle Fanning, John Schneider, Perez Hilton, Hayley Atwell
  • Libra Moon: Kristen Stewart, Alec Baldwin, Steven Seagal, Maya Angelou, Susan Boyle, Rosie O'Donnell, Akon, Austin Mahone
  • Scorpio Moon: Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, Charlie Chapman, Steven Tyler, Harry Houdini, Eddie Murphy, The Undertaker
  • Sagittarius Moon: Emma Watson, Vincent Van Gogh, Jamie Lynn Spears, Thomas Jefferson, Paul Rudd, Selena, Jim Parsons
  • Capricorn Moon: Kourtney Kardashian, Reese Witherspoon, Sara Jessica Parker, David Tennant, David Letterman, Al Gore, Kate Hudson, Billie Holiday, Maria Sharapova
  • Aquarius Moon: M.C. Hammer, Russell Crowe, Victoria Beckham, Steve McQueen, Amanda Bynes, Conan O'Brien, Ashley Judd, Bach
  • Pisces Moon: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Hugh Hefner, Lee Pace, Peter Capaldi, Kenny Chesney, James Woods, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Piers Morgan
Project 21 Company List

UPDATED AS OF 9/6/15 (10:30PM PST)

I’ve gotten a few asks for this so I made a list of people on project 21. If you know anymore people or I have mistakenly added someone please reblog or message me to let me know and I will update list. List will be under tag p21companylist if you want to find it again.
A question mark next to their name means I’m not 100% sure so if you know please confirm!!!
Raven Alanes
Perris Amento
Mackenzie Auger
Dylan Blackburn
Jordyn Blackburn ( she might go by Jay tho)
Madison Beerer
Abbey Choi
Gwen Choi
Nina Choi
Elena Dahms
Jackie Davis
Bella Dimopolous
Selena Hamilton
Brooklyn Jara
Katelin McDermott
Haley Messick
Faith Montoya
Kelly Sweeney
Kimberly Tobias
Lauren Wallingford

thank you to every who sent in names!! I’m so excited for project 21! 


New Earth

In the distant future, an order of cat-nuns cure all illnesses, but the Tenth Doctor is suspicious of their methods. He must uncover the truth and save Rose from the vengeance of his old enemy, the Lady Cassandra.


I had always loved old Doctor Who, but when the original show ended in 1989 I thought it was dead. Properly deceased. As the years passed, and TV sci-fi niched itself and became and American thing, I thought about the show less and less. Fading, like old loves do. Little ghosts remained - when I found new fantasy shows to love, it was because they echoed something of Doctor Who.
I had nothing to do with the show’s return. That was decided by in some as-yet-undocumented discussion between Lorraine Heggessey, the Controller of BBC ONE, and Jane Tranter, Controller of Drama Commissioning. Even then, I wasn’t sure it would work. I thought, if it died a death that at least I’d get 13 episodes to hug in the old folks’ home, under my rubber blanket. But the memory of the show inspired a hell of a lot of people. 
But nostalgia’s a soft thing. It was really the thought of creating something new, and getting new viewers, young viewers, which drove on that team. And the programme’s success proved, I think, that Doctor Who will never die. It’s a proper television legend, created by geniuses in 1963. And because of what happened in 2005 I know for a fact, an absolute fact, that Doctor Who, in some shape or form, will always return. - Russell T. Davies 

10 years of Doctor Who: 26th March 2005 ‘Rose’ first premiered on BBC ONE


Army of Ghosts

Rose and the Tenth Doctor return to modern-day London to find a mysterious epidemic of ghosts all over the world. As the Doctor searches Torchwood Tower to find answers, something sinister lurks in the building.