8, 2013by: Droz 7 Comments What the hell is it with twins? Double the fun? Some twisted fantasy in the heterosexual male mind that finds cajoling sisters into getting it on with each other endlessly fascinating? Whatever is happening there, it endures even with the likes of Kristina and Karissa Shannon, despite their obvious drawbacks as fake, skanky-looking delinquents. These two have done every scuzzy thing from shacking up with Hugh Hefner as part of his live-in harem, doing sex tapes with the likes of Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, having other sex tapes released by porn studios and getting arrested for assault outside clubs. <br>Source: http://www.joblo.com/hollywood-celebrities/gossip/you-like-big-assed-fake-looking-cornrowed-twins-then-youll-like-the-shannon-sisters
'I feel disrespected': Tearful Playboy model Karissa Shannon threatens to quit Celebrity Big Brother after Denise Welch pulls her trousers down
I'm p***ed off.' Too upset: Kristina joined Karissa in the diary room and comforted her sister who was reduced to tears Sisters in arms: The twins embraced and hugged after the difficult night they had just experienced Her sister, Kristina, joined her in the diary room later on and managed to calm her down before telling her that she was 'acting immature'. But Karissa also told Big Brother she wanted to take action against Frankie Cocozza, accusing him of sexual harassment. She said: 'I'm done with Frankie's sexual harassment, he sexually harasses me every day, and I want to go home.' Party time: The twins and Denise started to sing and dance after a night of drinking but things soon turned ugly One of the girls: Denise lifts her top up and flashes the world yet again on Celebrity Big Brother The bombshell came as a shock to viewers who had earlier heard the twin sisters state that Frankie was harmless and he was acting like a typical 18-year-old boy. The Playmate had, however, been left disgusted by Cocozza's comments to her over the past couple of weeks that have become more and more lewd. Earlier this week he told the sisters that he wanted to sleep with them and waved condoms at them in the bedroom. <br>Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2090853/Celebrity-Big-Brother-2012-Karissa-Shannon-threatens-quit-Denise-Welch.html
Playboy twins Kristina and Karissa Shannon enter Celebrity Big Brother 2012 wearing see through tops
Kristina and Karissa Shannon enters the Celebrity Big Brother house Well, well, well, this is going to heat things up somewhat - Playboy twins Kristina and Karissa Shannon have just entered the Celebrity Big Brother house. The girls told Brian that Hugh Hefner was watching the show and that they were "freezing" in their tiny outfits. To help the public to tell them apart, Kristina said that she was "a tiny bit taller" than her sister. The 22 year old twins looked amazing in tight outfits and told the other housemates they were "sh*tting themselves" on the way in. The girls, who are unsurprisingly glamour models, became incredibly famous in the States after they moved into the Playboy Mansion in 2008 and twins became two of Hugh Hefners three new girlfriends. <br>Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/playboy-twins-kristina-and-karissa-shannon-170941
An inside look at Greg Bautzer, 'The Man Who Seduced Hollywood'
"The work is expected to take about two months to complete." Storey said the city is being proactive with the project. "[The bridge] is structurally sound for traffic," she said. "The repairs are mostly to maintain the stability of the side slope conditions of the bridge, so there is no concern that the main bridge structure is in danger of being structurally unsound or that the road is in any jeopardy." The city has been trying to secure a contractor for the project since late last year. A bid of $147,520 by H.A. Contracting was rejected by the city. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/broward/hollywood/fl-cn-sherman-0714-20130712,0,6543196.story
Hollywood Hunks That Work the Hardest for Their Bods
our editor recommends NBC Orders Competition 'Hollywood Game Night' to Series The Glee star, currently starring in Annie on Broadway, will look to the game show hosts of yesteryear as she hosts NBC's Hollywood Game Night, a competition series featuring teams of celebrities and contestants competing for prizes and bragging rights. Whether it was the wit with which Bert Convy hosted game shows including The Match Game, Password or even Win, Lose or Draw or the snark that made Hollywood Squares' Paul Lynde so amusing, Lynch remembers watching her predecessors walk the fine line between letting the players shine and maintaining order. Here, the former host of the Emmys and Do Something Awards talks withThe Hollywood Reporter about bringing a bit of the past -- and Glee's Sue Sylvester -- to the game show based on Sean Hayes' popular game nights. PHOTOS: Summer TV Preview The Hollywood Reporter: What have you learned from your previous hosting gigs at the Emmys and Do Something Awards that you've brought to this? Jane Lynch:They're different animals, but hosting is incumbent on you to allow everybody to have the freedom to express themselves and have a good time, just like you would do at a party. This is a party atmosphere, so really all I'm in charge of is making sure that the rules are followed and moving the games along and allowing those wonderful moments of the life of the party, but not me explaining the rules but what happens between the contestants and the celebrities. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/jane-lynch-glee-hollywood-game-night-578711
Hollywood rebounds, but family-friendly offerings still limited
So how'd they do it? Mark Wahlberg might have a buff bod now, but getting there wasn't so simple. The 42-year-old told Men's Health magazine in April, "I'd wake up at 4:30 every morning, have a nice big breakfast a preworkout igniter and then I'd hit the heavy weights, depending on the day and the routine for the day. But it always involved lifting heavy, and mostly just lifting weights. And then a protein shake right after the workout. And then chicken, steak, fish, a little bit of pasta here and there. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://omg.yahoo.com/blogs/celeb-news/hollywood-hunks-hardest-bods-164710211.html
But in a lot of ways, Zack Snyders more realistic take on Superman hasnt quite been the home run fans had hoped for. Its current Rotten Tomatoes score sits at just 56 percent (compared with 2006s much-maligned Superman Returns at 75 percent ). Critics and moviegoers took issue with the wholesale destruction on display in the films final third an action-packed throwdown between Superman and General Zod that leaves most of downtown Metropolis in ruins and, presumably, untold thousands dead or buried alive under the rubble of skyscrapers. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865582678/Hollywood-rebounds-but-family-friendly-offerings-still-limited.html?pg=all
How Hollywood bowed to Hitler: Film studios showed Nazi Germany in positive light historian claims
Then they snapped souvenir photos with their cellphones so they would have keepsakes from the big day. The Abbey opened early so people could gather to learn of the rulings live. Todd Barnes, its general manager, is a 49-year-old gay man who was married to a woman for six years and came out at 35. He said coming out to his wife was one of the most difficult things he's ever done. "To know that as a gay man I can get married again I'm happy," Barnes said. "When I find that person, maybe this time it will stick. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jun/26/local/la-me-gay-marriage-weho-20130627
Movie critic: Historian Ben Urwand has researched the reach of Nazi influence on Hollywood before the war Protest: Goebbels ordered Germans to disrupt screenings of the film All Quiet on the Western Front, above MGM also invested in German rearmament to get around currency export restrictions, the historian said. Urwand believes that filmmakers not only wanted to continue working during the build up to the war, they also thought Hitler may win the war and wanted to safeguard the future of their businesses. MGM, Paramount and 20th-Century Fox did not leave Germany until mid-1940. But even after Hollywood started making anti-Nazi films, it continued to erase reference to the Jews because studio chiefs, including Jewish refugees, wanted to 'avoid special pleading on their behalf'. Urwand said studio bosses could not claim ignorance of the atrocities being carried out against the Jews because they had been forced to fire Jewish employees. Bible inscribed by Albert Einstein who once called the holy text 'pretty childish' fetches $68,500 in NYC auction 'Hollywood is collaborating and the Nazis are having the final say on several important movies that would have exposed what was going on in Germany,' he said. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2351776/How-Hollywood-bowed-Hitler-Film-studios-showed-Nazi-Germany-positive-light-historian-claims.html
TheWrap's Inaugural Innovators List: 12 Who Are Changing Hollywood
It's a YouTube-centric technology and rights-management platform that in the early days consisted of posting movie clips online. When they saw a video someone else posted from "Dirty Dancing" that drew almost 100 million views, they realized there was a better business to be had. They built a technology that could track their videos, taking down the ones the studios don't want up and selling ads against the ones they do and giving the studios a piece of the action. "That's the cool part, that we can just bring them checks," James told TheWrap. ZEFR has since expanded to music, sports and TV, working with " Saturday Night Live ," Dick Clark Productions and most of the major record labels. They've proven so effective at making money for major media companies that they also manage a handful of top influencers' YouTube channels, though James would not disclose their partners. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://tv.yahoo.com/news/thewraps-inaugural-innovators-list-12-changing-hollywood-140253316.html
Those who work too many hours could trigger Social Security tax payments and even healthcare obligations under the new Affordable Care Act. College credit long has been a popular substitute for pay, but to be totally safe from lawsuits, Hollywood employers also have to ensure that internships provide immediate advantage to trainees instead of benefiting those who are supposedly doing the training. It's enough hassle to make Gold wonder whether production companies will just decide to end internships entirely. Ignoring the ruling isn't smart, says St. Louis University law professor Marcia McCormick. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/black-swan-ruling-hollywood-internships-570702
Could China?s growing influence in Hollywood affect Christian-themed movies?
It has over 100 million followers of various faiths,? but that doesn?t mean the Communist Party exactly embraces content promoting a Christian agenda. ?Christian-themed movies are generally shunned by the Chinese film authorities,? Robert Cain, a veteran producer and longtime liaison between Hollywood and China, told FOX411?s Pop Tarts column. ?I doubt any of the studios would bother submitting them.? That would mean turning your back on the world?s second biggest box office, and potentially the biggest in coming years, which could be hard for many producers and studios to do. ?As much as American filmmakers want their freedom of expression, it comes down to money. The film industry is a business, and with China set to be the number one in the film market in the near future, Hollywood needs to look out for themselves,? explained entertainment litigation attorney, Dr. Dariush Adli of Adli Law Group P.C. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/06/18/could-chinas-growing-influence-in-hollywood-affect-christian-themed-movies/
Hollywood Fights L.A. Bike Lane: 'It Just Ruins the Shoot'
Industry heavyweights from the MPAA to SAG-AFTRA to IATSE petition city council to change the color of the lanes through the oft-filmed Historic Core neighborhood downtown. This story first appeared in the June 28 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. our editor recommends PHOTOS: Hollywood Riding Bikes The Historic Core neighborhood is one of the most frequently filmed in California, often standing in for New York. But now SAG-AFTRA, IATSE, the MPAA and Teamsters Local 399, which represents location managers, have banded together to exert pressure on City Councilman Jose Huizar to mitigate what they consider a nuisance. "That green is so visually obtrusive, it just kills the shoot," says location manager Miles Henley, who shot Fox's Touch on Spring Street this year. Adds Veronique Vowell, who worked on ABC's Scandal: "The reflectivity -- it's so fluorescent-y that it bounces up into the lofts and the storefront interiors and the cars driving by." PHOTOS: On-Set With the Gladiators: Inside the Fast-Paced World of ABC's 'Scandal' At the urging of transit advocates, Huizar was expected to present a motion to the City Council on June 14 that would restore the 12-block-long emerald strip, which has faded only 20 months after its implementation. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/hollywood-fights-la-bike-lane-570520