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Thursday, December 20, 2012

stars, sex and nudity buzz : 12/20/2012

It's going to be a great start to the year thanks to Showtime and Cinemax courtesy of Banshee. The first 3-episodes will have softcorish-like sex scenes with nudity (but with Alan Ball involved temper your expectations to deal with possible low lighted-hued crap and fucked-up angles).
BANSHEE 01: PILOT
Rated: TVMA for NUDITY, ADULT CONTENT, GRAPHIC VIOLENCE, STRONG SEXUAL CONTENT, ADULT LANGUAGE
Time: 55

A recently paroled master thief assumes the identity of Lucas Hood, sheriff-in-waiting of Banshee, Pa. Keeping his history a secret, Lucas befriends boxer-turned-bartender Sugar Bates, and settles into his new life as Banshee’s sheriff. Lucas inadvertently gets tangled up in the rampant corruption of shunned Amish gangster Kai Proctor, while keeping a vigilant eye out for Mr. Rabbit, the New York mob boss who wants revenge against Lucas and former partner and lover Carrie for the jewel heist that landed Lucas in prison.
[Carrie Hopewell played by 38-years old Ivana Miličević in her first nude scene, 29-years old Wendy Michelle?] 

BANSHEE 02: THE RAVE
Rated: TVMA for ADULT LANGUAGE, NUDITY, GRAPHIC VIOLENCE, STRONG SEXUAL CONTENT, ADULT CONTENT
Time: 55

Proctor’s desperate underling Hanson decides to hold a rave in an Amish barn, selling homemade E pills stolen from Proctor to Banshee youth including Deva, Carrie’s rebellious daughter. Catching wind of the plan, Lucas and his team orchestrate a raid, but the effects of a tainted batch of pills send many revelers into convulsions, with one notable fatality. 

[Not certain who is going to show T-and-A but I'm leaning on Ivana Miličević but hopeful for one of the Amish girls to get nasty from mini-Rumspringa fever]

BANSHEE 03: MEET THE NEW BOSS
Rated: TVMA for NUDITY, STRONG SEXUAL CONTENT, RAPE, ADULT LANGUAGE, GRAPHIC VIOLENCE
Time: 55

A mixed martial arts title bout is being planned at the local Kinaho Moon Casino, run by tribe leader Benjamin Longshadow and his son Alex. Huge profits are anticipated for Banshee investors, but the enterprise is threatened when the champion angers Lucas.

[Spoilers Alert: It's a rape scene so use your own discretion
First nude scene for 29-years old Leslea Fisher. Claire Bronson could be topless playing the wife of the town mayor but I can't vouched for it]

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Ben Affleck Gets Out Of 'Focus' With Kristen Stewart

With an Oscar-contending feature film making the rounds with "Argo," the press obligations that come with it, not to mention the many projects vying for his attention as an actor and director that are too numerous to name here, Ben Affleck is busy. And dude has got to sleep sometime, and it looks like he's taking one project off his plate.
Affleck has taken himself out of "Focus," the heist romance/comedy picture that he would've co-starred in with Kristen Stewart. The Warner Bros. movie tells the story of a veteran con-man (the role Affleck would have played) who becomes romantically involved with a newcomer (Stewart) and finds the relationship challenged by their illegal activities. When they meet again down the line, the complications have long-lasting effects. "Crazy, Stupid, Love." team Glenn Ficarra and John Requa wrote the script and will direct, and the studio wanted to get this one going soon, so presumbly they'll trying to find a replacement fast.

* wonder if Jenni Garner had something to do with Ben pulling out? She might have been more worried about hubby porking trampire for real than the supposed sex scene(s) in the movie. Like many child-stars, Kristen is bit fucked in the head. They claimed to hate the spotlight but will do everything to be the center of attention. With Ben being the man of the moment, Kristen would been all over him in no time. Having said that and I'm not being malicious here (adores to death Jenn girl), Ben will stray at some point. He is a nice dude and super-smart but that cockiness will attract the typical skanks that permeates Hollywood in various guises. Who knows even clean-cut Garner may want to explore her wild side after all the years of living like a Disney princess.

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Miss USA Olivia Culpo is crowned Miss Universe

By Hannah Dreier and Michelle Rindels

LAS VEGAS -- A 20-year-old beauty queen from Rhode Island was crowned the new Miss Universe on Wednesday, beating out 88 other women during a televised competition at the Planet Hollywood casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

Olivia Culpo took the crown from Leila Lopes of Angola after strutting in a purple and blue bikini and a red velvet gown.

In the final stages of the competition, she answered a question about her regrets by saying she wished she hadn't picked on her siblings.

Miss Philippines, Janine Tugonon, came in second, while Miss Venezuela, Irene Sofia Esser Quintero, placed third.

Contestants from 89 countries on six continents spent the past two weeks in Sin City, where they posed in hardhats at a hotel groundbreaking, took a painting lesson, and pranked hotel guests by hiding in their rooms.

The beauty queens took the stage in tight, pleated mini-dresses with glittering sequin bodices and sky high platform shoes, strutting to the hit "Live While We're Young," by English-Irish boy band One Direction.

Later in the two-hour show, they walked a stage decked with white Christmas trees and snow flurry effects, throwing off gauzy white wraps to show off tie-dye bikinis in purples, pinks and blues.

For the third elimination round, they strutted in evening gowns as band Train and Australian singer Timomatic performed. Miss Venezuela's straight-cut, emerald-colored gown was perhaps the most distinct, its long sleeves virtually invisible but for the navy blue, garland-like trim encircling them. Miss USA's red velvet number was full-skirted and wintery, except for the deep, plunging neckline. Miss Australia's gown evoked a wedding dress -- pure white with sparkles at the waist and a corset-style bodice.

Culpo, from Rhode Island, was trying to end a long losing spell for the U.S. in the competition. An American had not won the right to be called Miss Universe since Brook Lee won the title in 1997.

The contestants voted to give the Miss Congeniality crown to Miss Guatemala.

The pageant aired live on NBC and was streamed to more than 100 countries.

Andy Cohen of the Bravo network and Giuliana Rancic of E! News returned to host the pageant, which was back in Las Vegas after being held in Sao Paulo last year.

The panel of 10 judges included singer Cee Lo Green, "Iron Chef" star Masaharu Morimoto and Pablo Sandoval of the San Francisco Giants.

Asked on the red carpet whether he found playing in the World Series or judging the beauty pageant to be more difficult, Sandoval said both were hard.

Angola sported a low-cut sequined gown and said she expected this night to be the worst part of her year. The 2011 winner offered some advice to the women vying for her crown.

"Be calm and smile," she said. "Smiling helps a lot. Even though they are not relaxed, the judges will think that they are."

Sharply dressed women and men, including a large contingent from South America, held banners and cheered on their favorite contestants.

"I've seen them and they are absolutely gorgeous," said Donald Trump, a co-owner of the Miss Universe Organization. "They're very nervous and they should be. It's a billion people (watching)."

Organizers had considered holding the 61st annual Miss Universe in the popular Dominican Republic tourist city of Punta Cana, but Miss Universe Organization President Paula Shugart said that country's financial crisis proved to be too much of an obstacle.

Contestants in the pageant cannot have been married or have children. They must be younger than 27 and older than 18 by Feb. 1 of the competition year.

The winner of the crown receives an undisclosed salary, a wardrobe fit for a queen, a limitless supply of beauty products, and a luxury apartment in New York City.

The pageant started as a local revue in Long Beach, Calif., organized by Catalina Swimwear. It is not affiliated with the Miss America pageant and unlike that contest, does not include a talent section. 


Miss USA Olivia Culpo won the coveted diamond nexus crown and her court of beauties as announced were Miss Brazil Gabriela Markus (4th Runner-Up), Miss Australia Renae Ayris (3rd Runner-Up), Miss Venezuela Irene Esser (2nd Runner-Up) and Miss Philippines Janine Tugonon (1st Runner-Up).
Here's the official result of Miss Universe 2012 held at the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada:
FINAL RESULTSCONTESTANT
Miss Universe 2012
  •  USA - Olivia Culpo
1st Runner-up
  •  Philippines - Janine Tugonon
2nd Runner-up
  •  Venezuela - Irene Esser
3rd Runner-up
  •  Australia - Renae Ayris
4th Runner-up
  •  Brazil - Gabriela Markus
Top 10
  •  France - Marie Payet
  •  Hungary - Agnes Konkoly
  •  Mexico - Karina González
  •  Russia - Elizabeth Golovanova
  •  South Africa - Melinda Bam
Top 16
  •  Croatia - Elizabeta Burg
  •  Kosovo - Diana Avdiu
  •  India - Shilpa Singh
  •  Peru - Nicole Faverón
  •  Poland - Marcelina Zawadzka
  •  Turkey - Çağıl Özge Özkul
SPECIAL AWARDSCONTESTANT
Miss Congeniality Guatemala - Laura Godoy
Miss Photogenic Kosovo - Diana Avdiu
Best National Costume China - Ji Dan Xu
And the live telecast judges were Nigel Barker, Diego Boneta, Scott Disick, Brad Goreski, Masaharu Morimoto, Ximena Navarrete, Pablo Sandoval, Lisa Vanderpump, Kerri Walsh Jennings and Claudia Jordan.
 

Miss Universe: 10 Things It Taught Us About Pageants

By Aly Semigran , Hollywood.com Staff
 
If aliens ever crash land on Earth, there's going to be a lot of things we are going to have a tough time explaining: the continued success of Adam Sandler, Crocs, and Black Friday mania. But none may seem more strange to our cruel intergalactic overlords than the Miss Universe pageants. Not only are we going to have to explain why we didn't let them compete in this bizarre tradition (Earthlings win the Miss Universe competition every year) but we're going to have to explain the competition all together. Heck, even mere mortals have a hard time wrapping their heads around this outdated practice. 

But that doesn't mean that there aren't plenty of universal truths that we can all understand from the Miss Universe pageant. Here's what we learned from the 2012 competition, which aired on Wednesday night on NBC: 

Miss Universe Contestants Only Do Things in Montage Form: They go to spas in Las Vegas, they do the "Gangham Style" dance, they eat at Buca di Beppo (hope you got the Pope room, ladies!), they hawk products in a way that slightly looks like a poorly made infomercial or late night phone sex commercial. Usually set to elevator music, the most beautiful women from around the globe (see, watching Animaniacs paid off) can do anything, so long as it's in a well edited montage. 

Like Buddy the Elf, Smiling Is Their Favorite: For two hours, the women competing not only have to stand perfectly poised, half naked in high heels, but they have to do it while smiling. The entire time. Unblinking, void smiles that they must continue doing even when you lose. You have to smile while your dreams are dashed and you have to smile while someone like Scott Disick judges you. 

The Swimsuit Competition Makes You Feel Terrible: You can tell yourself the Miss Universe is a sexist, archaic institution (because it is) that you are above (you are) but watching lithe, beautiful women in bikinis while you watch in your sweats in the wintertime will make even the most headstrong women feel bad. Not only about themselves, but about the fact that this is still a way women are judged in the year 2012. 

One of the Contestants Will Say Something That Reinforces Every Stereotype About Beauty Queens: For every beauty pageant competitor that is a smart, focused woman (this year alone, there was a woman who graduated at the top of her class) trying to squash the stereotypes that they are just Barbies being paraded around with no substance, there's one that swoops in and kills the whole thing for everyone. While Miss South Carolina set the standard during the Miss Teen USA pageant back in 2007, Miss Venezuela gave her a run for her money during the 2012 Miss Universe competition, with this gem of an answer when asked if she would create any new laws: "I think that any laws in constitution or in life are already made. I think that we should have a way to go in our or similar in our life…for instance, I am a surfer, and I think that the best wave that I can take is to wait for it so, do our only load that we can do."

The Announcers Will Go Overboard With Their Pronunciations: Brazil isn't Brazil during the Miss Universe pageant, it's Brraaaaazzzeeeeeeel!

The National Costumes is the Best Part: Imagine if Carnivale or a drag queen competition went overboard with their costumes, then you might just come close to the outfits that are worn by the contestants that represents, in excessive fashion (literally), their country. So why, oh why, did NBC choose not to air this gaudy, over-the-top, vaguely racist segment? Why?!

Co-Host Andy Cohen Is Actually The SNL Parody Of Himself: When Taran Killam did his hilarious impression of the Bravo host earlier this year, it had to be an exaggeration of his bubbly personality and utterly ridiculous existence on television, right? Wrong! Cohen, who co-hosted the evening with Giuliana Rancic, actually exclaims things like "Okay, this is fun!" and congratulates Miss China, winner of the National Costumes, "Mazel!" 

We, As A People, Let Train Happen: It was bad enough that we let them be famous back in 2001, but we have given them a comeback. We're letting Pat Monahan and his actually insane lyrics back into the national consciousness and we let them perform on our bizarre televised rituals. We can't wash our hands of this, people of Earth. 

Donald Trump Is A Goon: Is it ironic that we let someone who looks and behaves like he does run a beauty competition or just plain sad and frustrating? 

If It's Held in America, C'mon, Of Course Miss USA Is Going to Win:  Even though she was dressed in a velvet, sleeved gown and said the one thing she wouldn't do in her life again was pick on her siblings (despite the fact that she said she didn't regret it) Miss USA Olivia Culpo (pictured) won the Miss Universe pageant during a year it was held in America and when Miss Australia probably should have won, because of course.


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'Sushi Girl' Director Kern Saxton Reasonably Confronts Pirates On Torrent Site Downloading His Movie

by Kevin Jagernauth

The discourse around piracy thus far hasn't exactly been nuanced, with copyright holders pushing harder than ever to impose harsh penalities for anyone who downloads music or movies. All this while ignoring data that suggests that, in some instances, piracy can act as promotion for a film: with those hearing chatter about the movie choosing to seek it out, often by buying a ticket or a DVD. 

The argument could go round and round forever, but there's at least one director out there who has approached the whole thing quite reasonably.

Kern Saxton, the man behind the low budget crime flick "Sushi Girl" featuring Mark Hamill, Michael Biehn, Danny Trejo and Jeff Fahey among others, surfed over to a torrent site recently and confronted those who were making the movie available to download. And his reaction? Pretty level headed. He basically says that while he appreciates the attention they are giving his film, indie movies like his need every dollar they can get, and he hopes that if viewers enjoy it, they purchase it when it comes to DVD and Blu-Ray in February (and he notes it will have a better sound mix than what's floating about online).

Basically, he's taking the if-you-sampled-it-and-liked-it-please-buy-it-approach. And again, that's more than fair.

See his full statement below after the red band trailer for the movie. "Sushi Girl" is now on VOD and open in limited release on January 4th. [Reddit]



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21-years old French-Canadian model Anais Pouliot : OYSHO WINTER


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Nude Model Exhibition : Glorious Tits



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DODGE CITY USA


December 17, 2012 - NEW YORK – After the massacre of 28 people at a Connecticut school– 20 of them children – Americans are bitterly asking themselves what has gone wrong in their country. School and work place shootings have become almost as common as sports events. What can be done to halt this plague?

Not very much, at first glance. Americans love firearms: there are some 150 million in circulation. Half of all Americans own weapons. Welcome to Dodge City. In Puritanical America, it’s ok to show people being sawed in half and skinned alive on TV but illegal to show the nude human body.
Attacks on schools are not just an American problem: they have occurred in Europe, Canada, Pakistan, and, last week, China.

The Second Amendment of the US Constitution, enacted in 1791, guarantees: “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” This basic right was reaffirmed by Supreme Court decisions in 2008 and 2010.

The right to bear arms was designed to enable citizen’s militias and to protect individuals against “tyranny.” The United States had just battled Britain for its independence and feared the rise of a home-grown monarchy.

America was not alone in arming its citizens. In Switzerland, the country of my youth, citizen soldiers keep their automatic weapons at home. As far as I know, there has been only one case in half a century of a Swiss running amok and using his military rifle against civilians.

Switzerland illustrates the claim by gun advocates that “guns don’t kill people. People kill people.” Some members of America’s mighty National Rifle Association, the leading advocate of gun ownership for hunting and self-defense, claim that the majority of gun killings are suicides, not assaults.

But the United States is not tranquil Switzerland. Nor is it the highly civilized Western Europe, where gun ownership is strictly limited. In many senses, the US remains the Wild West, a nation that is still rough and unfinished.

However, crime rates in the United States have dropped sharply over the past 20 years. The reason is uncertain and hotly debated. Gun advocates insist it is because citizens can carry arms and protect themselves. Some statistics indeed show drops in robbery and assaults in states where carrying weapons is legal.

While there are two sides to these arguments, no doubt exists that military-style semi-automatic and fully automatic arms – like AK-47 and M-16 assault rifles - have no place in a modern society. They only belong on battlefields.

Nor do such deadly weapons have any place in hunting, where single shot, high-powered rifles with scopes are more than enough to massacre helpless animals. It was noteworthy that Newtown, where the shooting occurred, banned hunting for the weekend. People suddenly felt a little of the terror that hunted animals experience.

America’s real problem is its pervasive culture of violence and the glorification of killing. Ultra-violent video games and comic books, grisly horror films, gory war movies, and endless police drama filled with gunplay infuse society. Add heavy, pro-war drumbeating and patriotic guff from the media and politicians.

Military TV stations (I watch them, too) promote a pornography of violence. America’s wars against Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen have turned war and the killing of civilians into sanitized video games were “the bad guys” are effortlessly liquidated – or, to use a newly favored euphemism, “taken out.” Ever since 9/11, America has become profoundly militarized and addicted to macho propaganda about “special ops,” Navy Seals, and CIA black ops.

The principal consumers of all this violent pornography and the cult of killing are confused teenage boys and young men who are at a turbulent age when potent hormones addle the brain, and whose place in this world has not yet been found.

Young men cannot be banned, but weapons and ammunition can – provided enough Americans become outraged. President Obama vowed this weekend “these tragedies must end.” But will he expend the huge amount of political capital need to fight America’s powerful gun lobby and hunting industry, and its pistol-packing citizens for whom guns have become the latest fashion accessory?


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Elena Todos : for C-Heads.com
Photography by Marco Michieletto and Adolfo Valente
Model: Elena Todos

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Which goddess you dream to stay through the doomsday

Dec - 20 | By:
There is a joke among Chinese netizens about the doomsday’s rumor:
If you have two tickets to board the Noah’s Yak, who in the following do you want to take together with you?

1. Aoi Sola, a Japanese adult video actress who has immense popularity in China. She was respectfully called “Teacher” by Chinese netizens, because for many of them she is their first teacher on sex.
aoi sola

2. Rola Takizawa, a new Japanese AV star, rising now in China to challenge Aoi Sola as Japan’s porn princess. She is popular in China for her half-Japanese and half-Russian look.
Takizawa Rola

3. Liu Yan, the sexiest hostess in China, known for her 36D cup boobs.
Liu Yan

4. Zhou Weitong, a super model from Guizhou, who ever caused a huge sensation after the release of her sexy pictorial books shot in Japan.
Zhou Weitong

5. Zhang Xinyu, the No. 1 beauty in the online game industry. She’s a sex fantasy to many of Otaku die-hards.
Zhang Xinyu

6. Pan Shuangshuang, a busty model, known as Little Shuqi in the entertainment circle. She shot to fame after her bed photos with Hong Kong actor Raymond Lam were leaked.
Pan Shuangshuang

7. Zhang Wanyou, the top showgirl. She’s another sex fantasy to Otaku die-hards.
Zhang Wanyou

8. Angelababy, a Hong Kong soft model, whose popularity surged after her romance with China heartthrob Huang Xiaoming came to light.
Angelababy

9. Zhang Zetian, an Internet celebrity, known as “Milk Tea Girl (奶茶妹妹)”. She became famous in 2009, when a photo of her holding a cup of milk tea was spread online. Netizens fell for her innocent and beautiful look. Zhang is now a student in Tsinghua University.
milk tea girl

10. Gan Lulu, a notorious model, known for her revealing attires in various events.
Gan Lulu


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Featured Female Characters


 Emily Reid

(played by Amanda Hale )

Inspector Edmund Reid’s wife, Emily, was once the happy spouse of a well-respected and ambitious young policeman, and a devoted mother to their beloved daughter. But her life has since changed dramatically. While she and her husband still love each other, their life together has been irretrievably altered by shared tragedy – and the different means of coping with this loss.
Where Emily seeks solace in church, Reid chooses only denial. Before this pain separated them, however, they were ideally suited. Emily’s intelligence and curiosity challenged and complemented Reid. Now, with an emotional gulf between them, Emily finds herself searching for new ways to channel her energies.

About Amanda Hale

Amanda Hale has appeared in the Jane Campion film 'Bright Star' (2009) and the hit miniseries drama 'The Crimson Petal and the White' (2011) starring Romola Garai. She has also appeared in shows such as 'MI-5' and 'Murderland' (2009).

Rose Erskine

(played by Charlene McKenna)

One of Long Susan’s most profitable girls, everything about Rose is seemingly designed to be of value to men (and therefore Long Susan). She is bubbly, brash and beautiful. Yet – much like Drake – she longs to break free from the role for which life seems to have marked her out. She dreams of travels, riches and a life on the stage.

About Charlene McKenna

Charlene McKenna has appeared in numerous films and in teleivision, including the film 'Breakfast on Pluto' alongside Cillian Murphy (2005) and TV hits 'Being Human' (2010) and 'Misfits' (2011).

Long Susan

(played by MyAnna Buring)

Like Jackson, Long Susan Hart is also hiding out in the neighborhood, on the run from the same incident in America. Her past is a mystery, but her well-honed skills in business and self-promotion has given her one of the most salubrious brothels in the district. Brazen and quick to anger, Susan is also well-educated and knows exactly how to manipulate the desires of men.
Though it irks Susan, Jackson comes and goes as he pleases through the brothel in which he keeps his shambolic rooms. The frequency and ferocity of their arguments often leads Susan’s girls to wonder just why they tolerate each other, but their passionate exchanges hide a shared affection that their exile hasn’t completely extinguished.

About MyAnna Buring

MyAnna has recently appeared in the first two Twilight Saga installments, 'Breaking Dawn: Parts I and II'. She has also recently appeared in the BBC Drama 'White Heat' which appeared on BBC America.

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Sick Michelle Ryan misses Cabaret shows
[20 December 2012]

Actress Michelle Ryan has taken a leave of absence from the West End production of Cabaret after falling ill.

The former Bionic Woman star plays Sally Bowles - the role made famous by Liza Minnelli in the 1972 film adaptation - in the show at London's Savoy Theatre, which also features singer Will Young.

However, Ryan has been missing from the cast since Friday due to health issues, and an employee at the venue told WENN on Thursday, "She's off today. She's off sick at the moment."

It is unknown when Ryan will resume her role, with the worker adding, "We will just have to see about tomorrow and next week."

A representative for the 28 year old refused to comment on rumours Ryan is suffering from laryngitis.

* I don't want to sound like a prick but c'mon....Michelle is no stage artist. She probably bored and tired of the constant sameness. I'm betting she'll soon be jumping on a flight to take a second crack at US by showing her rack. Financial security, baby.....

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