Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Movies and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on October 20, 2017

“Margot Robbie looks just like disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in the first teaser for I, Tonya.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Celebrity and TV and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on October 20, 2017

“It’s time to dust off our hats and get ready for another royal wedding.

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Posted in: Breaking News by Chris Tew on October 19, 2017

LOS ANGELES - AUG 27: Demi Lovato at the MTV Video Music Awards 2017 at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, CA

LOS ANGELES – AUG 27: Demi Lovato at the MTV Video Music Awards 2017 at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, CA

Singer Demi Lovato is in a new documentary called Simply Complicated. The documentary is available on YouTube Originals and spans 78 minutes in length. The documentary gives fans a look into the singer’s complicated life highlighting her battle with drugs at a young age.

The documentary, filmed over a seven-month period in 2017, talks about Lovato’s first experience with cocaine.

The singer remembers being bullied in school before a “popular kid” convinced her to use cocaine for the first time. Lovato, 17 at the time, was working on the Disney Channel and was already drinking alcohol and smoking pot when she tried cocaine.

She recalls her mom telling her that cocaine could cause her heart to stop.

Lovato states “I loved it. I felt out of control with the coke the first time that I did it.” She explains to fans that she comes from a family that is known for their addiction to substances. The Jonas Brothers tried to help her by staging an intervention.

Nick Jonas helped Demi and thought that he helped her get her life back to normal when she punched a backup dancer named Alex “Shorty” Welch on a plane ride. The incident was the result of Welch telling on Lovato after she threw a wild party at a hotel.

Lovato mentions her stints in rehab and that the first time, in 2010, didn’t work. She recalls going on a two-month bender using drugs daily. She states that she did interviews about her sobriety while being high and remembers promoting her “new life” while thinking she was such a hypocrite.

She states that she went through over 20 sober companions because she was always on drugs or craving drugs.

Lovato opens up about the time she spent in a psych ward, life with her ex Wilmer Valderrama, sexuality, her struggles with eating disorders and her sex life.

Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Cool Tricks & Pranks, News and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on October 19, 2017

Bullying is rife these days. Whether in person or online through social media. But how many of us would help a child being bullied?

Burger King decided to find out by bullying a High School Jr. and a Whopper Jr.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Celebrity and TV, Music Videos, News, News Videos & TV and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on October 19, 2017

Gord Downie, the lead singer and songwriter of The Tragically Hip, has died from an aggressive form of brain cancer at the tender age of just 53.

Downie was a big deal in Canada, and often cited as the unofficial poet laureate of the country. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau led the tributes.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, News Videos & TV and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on October 19, 2017

It’s not just Hollywood.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Celebrity and TV and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on October 19, 2017

“Allegations that Melania Trump is using a body double have been shared widely online, although they appear to be unfounded.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Comedy TV & Video, Drama, Movies, News, Video On Demand and Violent Videos by Dave Parrack on October 18, 2017

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 is a pretty dumb movie. If you liked the first film you’ll like the sequel, but the rest of us have better things to do.

However, what if Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 wasn’t a silly, throwaway comedy, and was instead a horror about a serial killer?

This is Mallcopalypse Now: Blart of Darkness

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Posted in: Breaking News by Chris Tew on October 18, 2017

NEW YORK-SEP 13: Actress Jennifer Lawrence (L) and director Darr

Speaking at Elle’s Women in Hollywood event, actress Jennifer Lawrence opened up about being objectified early on in her career. Other females in Hollywood delivered speeches about the hurdles they faced in their journey to the big screen, but Lawrence’s speech was the most memorable and timely.

Lawrence recalled being asked to lose 15 pounds in two weeks when she first started out in Hollywood. The producer for that film asked her to do a nude lineup for the part, and use the naked photo as inspiration to lose weight.

The actress, who was an honoree at the L.A. event, said the experience made her feel “trapped.”

“When I was much younger and starting out, I was told by producer of a film to lose 15 pounds in two weeks,” she said. “During this time a female producer had me do a nude line-up with about five women who were much, much thinner than me. We stood side-by-side with only tape on covering our privates.”

That’s when the female producer said she should use the naked photos of herself as inspiration for her diet.

“I’m still learning that I don’t have to smile when a man makes me uncomfortable,” she added. “Every human being should have the power to be treated with respect because they’re human.”

In a statement to People, Lawrence also addressed the allegations against Harvey Weinstein. The actress recalled working with Weinstein, but said she never experienced any form of harassment.

“My heart goes out to all of the women affected by these gross actions,” she said. “And I want to thank them for their bravery to come forward.”

Dozens of women have come forward to accuse Weinstein of sexual harassment, including Ashley Judd, Cara Delevigne and Angelina Jolie, in a New York Times report. Weinstein allegedly came to a settlement with eight women, including Rose McGowan.

Posted in: Breaking News by Chris Tew on October 18, 2017

LOS ANGELES - JUL 30:  Corey Stoll & Skeet Ulrich arrive at the

Actor Skeet Ulrich, who rose to fame in the 1990s with the film Scream, commented on the allegations against Harvey Weinstein in a recent interview with Cosmopolitan.

Over the last few weeks, several women have stepped forward to accuse Weinstein of sexual harassment. A few have accused him of rape.

Rose McGowan, Ulrich’s Scream co-star, was one of the first women to come forward with allegations. Weinstein has denied engaging in non-consensual sex.

“I knew,” Ulrich told Cosmopolitan. “Most people knew. I had dinner with someone who is one of the most famous women on the plat – I won’t say who it is – who has not come out, who told me similar things.”

The magazine pressed Ulrich on why he didn’t come forward sooner. His response was the same as most others in Hollywood: He didn’t want to lose his career.

“I can’t step up, certainly then, on allegations,” he explained. “Honestly, and I think it’s what most people faced: How do you cut your livelihood from a very powerful corporation on something that you don’t know what the facts are?”

Ulrich said he’s glad more people are stepping forward.

“Because one person stepping up and making allegations is gonna hurt that one person and not help anyone, especially [against] someone with that power,” he added.

Sallie Hofmeister, Weinstein’s rep, issued a statement regarding the allegations.

“Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein. Mr. Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances. Mr. Weinstein obviously can’t speak to anonymous allegations, but with respect to any women who have made allegations on the record, Mr. Weinstein believes that all of these relationships were consensual.”

Weinstein is reportedly in counseling and “pursuing a better path.” The statement from his rep says he hopes he can be given a second chance if he makes enough progress.