Showrunners Sound Off: Judd Apatow, Ryan Murphy and Ava DuVernay on Empire-Building, Pigeonholing and Saying No
Twelve star producers — also including Kenya Barris, Noah Hawley, Jenji Kohan, David E. Kelley and David Mandel — open up about writing scripts based on their own lives, how Trump is affecting their shows and getting put into creative boxes. Says DuVernay, "I get the first black everything. Every first black doesn't need a movie."
Musically Challenge?

Thanks @Obv10usly for tagging me for this challenge! Love ya! Basically you put your music on shuffle and put the first 10 songs that come up.

1. Move- Little Mix
2. Down By The Lake (Anthology tour live)- McFly
3. Falling for You- Busted
4. The Modern Age- The Strokes
5. Broccoli- McFly
6.Fireproof- One Direction
7. I See Red- McBusted
8. Stolkholm Syndrom- One Direction
9. Things Are Looking Up- R5
10. Silence is a Scary Sound- McFly
I don’t really have anyone to nominate so…just do this if you want!


At the very closing part of the film where Bender raises his fist in defiance, that was actually ad libbed. He was supposed to just walk into the sunset, so to speak, and John Hughes asked him to play around with a few actions. When he was done and they were finishing up, Judd Nelson threw his fist up without running it by anyone. Everyone loved it, and it has become an iconic symbol of the 1980’s.

Breaking news! We’ve confirmed the identity of the furry creature seen previously in both video footage and the recent Testfire event! Ready for it? Everyone, meet Li’l Judd!

Okay, I’ll be the first to admit he’s adorable, but from what we’ve been able to observe, he’s gunning for Judd’s spot as premier Turf War judge like a bloodthirsty tiger crouching in the jungle underbrush. The details of his origins are still shrouded in mystery, but rest assured our research on this fuzzy subject will continue.

Pretty In Pink (‘86)