It’s been a long season and now it’s officially A W*R*A*P! Work hard, play soft… cause we are tired! Be sure to check out my friend and mentor #lelarechon on CBS - Training Day the tv series And congratulations @ajanaomi_king on your #vanityfair cover.
Wow. I’m just… There are no words. Alex Ritchie decided to make a picture of The Castle, and it’s just blown me away. He’s used the same restrictions as I have, but the results are so much better than anything I could accomplish. And it’s re-affirmed my belief that this four-colour art-style could work. Just look at the difference between the image above and the one below:
Paramount’s adaptation of “Looking for Alaska” will go before cameras early next year rather than this fall...
Paramount has decided to push its adaptation of John Green‘s “Looking for Alaska” to January 2016, after struggling to find the perfect actress to play Alaska Young.
Anya Taylor-Joy and newcomer Autry Haydon-Wilson (a 17-year-old model) were considered the frontrunners to play Alaska, but it appears that Paramount, director Rebecca Thomas and producer Wyck Godfrey were unable to agree on a choice. They wanted to make sure they found the right actress for the charcater rather than rush a decision to make a fall start date.
It’s possible that Paramount will seek out a more established actress now that production has been pushed to the start of next year.
Charlie Rowe (“Red Band Society”) and Logan Miller (“Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse”) were the clear-cut choices to play Miles and Colonel, respectively, but it’s unclear whether they’ll still be available early next year.
In other news I wanna wrap Takumi up in a blanket and brush his hair. And since he suggested it, make him some Miso Soup and maybe hopefully grab his retainers so he feels nice and safe and comfortable.
Madonna Gave the World a Glimpse of New Twins, Stella and Esther, 7 Months Ago
Madonna at Billboard Women In Music in December. (Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for A+E)
Madonna didn’t want people to know she was adopting twins from Malawi until it was official, but she actually posted a picture of the girls — for the whole world to see — seven months ago on Instagram.
The Material Girl adopted the orphans on Tuesday — two weeks after branding a report that she was planning to adopt “untrue.” However, while she may have wanted to keep the news under wraps until the deal was done, she actually shared a photo of the pair — with their new big sister Lourdes — back in July. That was when she took all four of her children — including Rocco and Malawi-born David and Mercy — to visit the country, for which she has long been doing charity work.
A photo posted by Madonna (@madonna) on Jul 8, 2016 at 6:49am PDT
“3 Beauties!,” Madonna captioned the photo, which was posted July 8. “Lola spends time with twins, Stella and Esther at Home of Hope Orphanage.” The lookalike, wide-eyed beauties stare right into the camera lens almost in a telling way. In a story we did at the time, we wrote, “Lola, who recently finished her sophomore year at the University of Michigan, snuggled two beautiful siblings.”
On Tuesday, judicial spokesman Mlenga Mvula said, “I can confirm that Madonna has been granted an adoption order for two children.” She noted that Esther and Stella are 4 years old.
Ahead of the ruling, Madge arrived at the High Court in the capital Lilongwe with a large number of private security guards and police. According to the Associated Press, Madonna was asked “uncomfortable questions” by a judge prior to the adoption being signed off on.
“The petitioner is a professional performer and I guarded myself against the danger of her merely reciting a well-rehearsed speech by asking her some rather uncomfortable questions to which she gave very candid answers,” Judge Fiona Mwale said in her ruling. “There is no doubt that the petitioner can offer the infants not only the best education money can buy, but also guidance with a high likelihood of ensuring that the two infants grow to be self-sufficient adults.”
She established her charity, Raising Malawi, in 2006 and adopted David from there the same year and Mercy three years later after a legal battle. The charity is currently funding a surgical unit for kids at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Blantyre.