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Kim and Khloe Kardashian Epically Attack Mom Kris Jenner With Cake -- Watch! (Exclusive)

Kim and Khloe Kardashian Epically Attack Mom Kris Jenner With Cake -- Watch! (Exclusive)
Kim and Khloe Kardashian are out for sweet revenge -- literally.

Et has your exclusive first look at Sunday’s all-new episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which finds the sisters plotting against their mom, Kris Jenner. Kim and Khloe are gathered in Kris’ pristine kitchen, armed with two identical cakes from the family’s favorite bakery. One cake is topped with cookies that read, “Sweet Revenge” and “How Does Payback Taste?” Cryptic!

Khloe calls Kris into the kitchen, much to Kris’ surprise. The sisters then tell their mom that they wanted to “truly thank” her for “just being you.” That’s when Kim grabs her mom for a hug -- and chaos erupts. As soon as Kim has Kris in a tight embrace, Khloe lifts up one of the cakes and drops it directing on the 62-year-old matriarch's head!

Khloe, what is wrong with you?” Kris screams out. “What the hell are
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‘Big Brother’ Season 19 Episode 6 Recap: House Gets Sweet Revenge On Cody

It was sweet revenge for the house guests of Big Brother‘s 19th season this week, when a “Candy Crush”-themed Head of Household competition ended Cody Nickson‘s reign. Last night’s episode of CBS’s long-running surveillance competition show began with a HoH challenge centered around falling candy and silver tickets. House guests first had to find the silver tickets […]

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Now Casting: 2-Part Feature Film ‘The Show’ and More Projects

Today in Backstage casting notices, talent is sought for several roles in the ambitious project, “The Show,” a two-part feature film which will pay up to $4,000/week. We also have three other fantastic on-camera opportunities which you don’t want to miss! “The Show”“The Show,” a two-part feature depicting “a talented musician... [who] leaves his girlfriend behind to take over an upstart band program in Durham, North Carolina,” seeks talent for lead, supporting, and day player roles. The gig, which will pay up to $4,000/week and include travel, housing, and food, is set to begin shooting in April 2017 in Daytona Beach, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; and Durham, North Carolina. “Checking Out The Allen’S”Talent is sought for supporting, background, and day player roles in “Checking Out the Allen’s,” an upcoming series. Following “an African-American family [made up of] a loving father and his wife who raise their family in a local community,
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Halloween 2016: 10 Devilishly Fun Drinks to Raise Your Spirits this October

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While Halloween is certainly all about kids having fun, that doesn’t mean adults can’t enjoy themselves as well. And what better way to have some fun this October than by making some festive cocktails and spirits that are sure to liven up any party and help you get into a more macabre-minded mood all month long? Even if you’re not an accomplished bartender, these ten drink recipes are easy enough for anyone, and will surely help raise your spirits throughout the Halloween season.

The Devil’s Due

This concoction has been known by many names over the years, but I like to call it “The Devil’s Due,” as once you take a sip, you’ll certainly be ready to give ol’ Lucifer the devil horns. If you want to be super classy, try serving these in champagne flutes, but really, any glass will do.

Ingredients (per
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Major Crimes Season Three DVD Giveaway

The third season release of Major Crimes is hitting May 26th, and I’ve got your opportunity to win one of three copies of the DVD!

The show, a spin-off of The Closer, has been doing well since it premiered, and the third season was the #3 scripted drama on basic cable.

Moreover, despite not kicking off all that well, it’s a show that has grown into itself, and found a more solid base of existence. The quality has grown in many respects, and the cases were far more interesting in the third season.

Mary McDonnell seems more comfortable, due in large part to the writing giving her a broader base of character to work with.

If you aren’t caught up, now is the perfect chance to get ready for the fourth season.

Take a look at more info on the season, and enter to win your copy!

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Movie Review: All Cheerleaders Die

Movie Review: All Cheerleaders Die
Release Date: 7/22/14 on Blu-ray and DVD

Written By: Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson

Directed By: Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson

Starring: Caitlin Stasey, Sianoa Smit-McPhee, Tom Williamson

Review by Daniel Xiii.

Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge…and Zombies?

Based soley on the title of Lucky McKee’s (May, The Woods) All Cheerleaders Die, I had a kind of preternatural premonition that I would be enjoyin’ this one. Hell, based on that title, I can’t believe ol’ Lucky himself didn’t call yours cruelly and have him introduce the film like some sort of sexy William Castle (which totally could have happened if I was available, but of course my duties to the House that Fearsome Forry built have kept me too busy to make cameos).

So was my uncanny ability to completely judge whether I’ll like a movie or not based solely on its title still the stuff of legend,
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Major Crimes Scoop: Meet Raydor's Son! (But What's His Take on Rusty?)

Major Crimes Scoop: Meet Raydor's Son! (But What's His Take on Rusty?)
Major Crimes fans will at long last meet one of Captain Sharon Raydor’s children — and suffice to say, he’s got something to say about her inkling to expand their family tree!

Related The Walking Dead’s Laurie Holden Joins Major Crimes‘ Potential Spin-Off

TVLine has learned that Ryan Kennedy (Hellcats, currently on Defiance) will guest-star on the TNT drama in Season 3′s ninth episode, titled “Sweet Revenge,” as Ricky Raydor, a Stanford grad and software engineer who is on the verge of his first buyout (for a company he started with his friends). Described as “smarter than he is wise,
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7 Amazing Songs The Biggest Bands Never Play

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You know how it is. You’re 15 years old, you buy Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge by My Chemical Romance for £8.00 in HMV and it becomes one of your favourite albums of all time, making itself a crucial part of your formative years. You miss the tour that promotes the album because of Gcse’s (thanks mum), and you end up waiting until Leeds Festival 2011 before you see them live. By then they only play two songs of that album, because it’s 8 years old and (some) people have moved on.

It’s more often than not the case with all-conquering musical juggernauts, simply because they’ve matured as people and musicians, and they want to play the stuff they’ve just written. But sometimes you end up losing an incredible album track, or debut single, for the sake of a newer album track that sucks. Unless you wait
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'Oldboy' Soundtrack: Listen to Three Full-Length Tracks (Exclusive)

Spike Lee's "Oldboy," which opens next week, features Josh Brolin as a character who is mysteriously imprisoned and, 20 years later, just-as-mysteriously released. It's then that he's got to figure out who locked him away (and why) and exact merciless revenge on the perpetrators. And one of the way the story drives forward comes courtesy of its propulsive score by Spanish composer Roque Baños. And we've got three exclusive tracks that will fling you through the darkened, blood-splattered corridor that is "Oldboy."

'Oldboy' Soundtrack - Track 6 - 'I Will Find You'

'Oldboy' Soundtrack - Track 9 - 'Closing In'

'Oldboy' Soundtrack - Track 17 - 'Destiny'

Earlier this year Baños composed the score for his first American movie, the gore-stained remake of "Evil Dead," proving that he could make the transition seamlessly. (The score was one of the few great things about that movie.) As you can hear in these tracks,
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Simon Cowell Opens Up About His Future Fatherhood

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Simon Cowell Opens Up About His Future Fatherhood
After weeks of baby news making headlines, Simon Cowell has addressed fatherhood rumors, saying, "I'm proud to be a dad." The music mogul will be a first-time father now that he's having a baby with Lauren Silverman, a 36-year-old Manhattan socialite who recently divorced his friend Andrew Silverman. On Aug. 14, it was confirmed that the Silvermans reached an "amicable" divorce settlement. Following the separation, Andrew Silverman said in a statement, "As I've said all along, my priority was resolving this quickly for the sake of our son." His words echoed the sentiments in Lauren's statement: "I am committed to sorting things out with Andrew as amicably as possible to ensure the well-being of our son. I would hope for some space and privacy in order to work through this." It will be the first child for the X Factor judge, and although Simon hesitated about having kids in the past,
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'Arrested Development': Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Tony Hale on the Bluth brothers and new episodes

'Arrested Development': Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Tony Hale on the Bluth brothers and new episodes
A megalomaniacal magician who makes a lot of huge mistakes. A hook-handed, shoulder-rubbing stay-at-home son who suffers from panic attacks. A well-intended, sensible yet slightly superior martyr/father who’s trying to keep his freaky family from falling apart. Together they represent the Bluth brothers, and though they don’t always see eye to eye, Gob (Will Arnett), Buster (Tony Hale), and Michael (Jason Bateman) are hermanos to the end. Now, their adventures begin anew as Arrested Development, the revered cult comedy that was cancelled by Fox in 2006, offers up 15 new episodes that will be released on Netflix tonight at
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Gary Barlow for 'X Factor' return, ends feud with Simon Cowell?

Gary Barlow and Simon Cowell have reportedly ended their rumoured feud.

The X Factor judge is said to have not spoken to the executive producer of the show since last February. However, the pair have held recent meetings to bury the hatchet, according to The Mirror.

The Take That singer is now tipped to return for a third series, despite rumours that he wanted to concentrate on his music in 2013.

"Simon and Gary are in a good place now – and Gary looks a good bet to be back on the show this year," an insider said.

Cowell has been quoted as saying that he blamed Barlow for the dip in The X Factor's ratings.

In Tom Bower's biography Sweet Revenge, Cowell stated that he found Barlow "wooden" on the show.

Back in December, Barlow appeared to hint that he wouldn't be returning to the show in 2013.

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'Top Chef' Oscar recipes: Silver Linings Pasta, Zero Dark 'Tinis and more

'Top Chef' Oscar recipes: Silver Linings Pasta, Zero Dark 'Tinis and more
A cocktail certainly would have mellowed us out during the anxiety-inducing Zero Dark Thirty. And who didn’t get a hankering for French cuisine after the revolutionary songs of Les Miserables? If themed dishes for Oscar night are on your party agenda, check out these recipes created by Top Chef‘s season 10 cheftestants, inspired by the Best Picture nominees. But you may have to wait until next year’s show for Josh’s “Afghan Sun”, inspired by Zero Dark Thirty – it takes three weeks to cure the oranges needed!

Click through each page, or go directly to the movie of
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‘Vampire Diaries’ Scoop: Rebekah Gets ‘Somber’ News — Is Someone Dying?

New spoilers from the Feb. 21 episode reveal another tragedy is about to befall the ‘Tvd’ gang.

There’s never any shortage of bad news in Mystic Falls — usually it’s along the lines of “Your relative was killed by something sexy and supernatural” — but Rebekah (Claire Holt) is rarely on the receiving end of it. That’ll change on the Feb. 21 episode of The Vampire Diaries when Damon (Ian Somerhalder) “relays somber news to Rebekah … and is surprised at her reaction.”

I know this episode is still weeks away, and plenty will happen between now and then, but let’s try to put our heads together and figure out what “somber news” Damon could have for her. Is it that her beloved bro Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic) is dead — again? Or could it be that they’ve already given Elena (Nina Dobrev) the cure, crushing Bex’s own dreams of becoming human?
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‘Vampire Diaries’ Video: Klaus Breaks Up Stefan & Rebekah’s ‘Sordid Tryst’

After a night of passion, Stefan & Rebekah are treated to a super-awkward morning after — courtesy of Klaus. Watch!

When we last saw Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Rebekah (Claire Holt), they were getting down and dirty at Rebekah’s place — but the next time we see them, things will be considerably less sexy. Enter Klaus (Joseph Morgan), who surprises the lovers on the Jan. 31 episode of The Vampire Diaries with an intense demand.

Here’s, word-for-word, what goes down between the Mikaelsons:

Klaus: Sorry to break up your sordid little tryst, but have you forgotten our paranoid brother, Kol, is running around with the white-oak stake and homicide on the brain?

Rebekah: He tried to kill me last night; I didn’t forget.

Klaus: Well, unfortunately, he appears to have absconded with my set of daggers.

Rebekah: Poor Nic. How ever will you get your way without precious daggers? It was
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‘Vampire Diaries’: Why I’m Glad Stefan Is Moving On From Elena

Stefan’s getting over Elena by getting under someone else, and I think everyone is better off for it.

When Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) first broke up on the Nov. 15 episode of The Vampire Diaries, we all figured they’d get back together eventually. But after Stefan’s actions on last night’s episode, it’s clear he’s finally moving on — or at least attempting to move on — and I couldn’t be happier for him.

I’m referring, of course, to Stefan getting down and dirty with Rebekah (Claire Holt) in the final moments of the Jan. 24 episode after promising, “no feelings, no attachments.” Basically, it was incredibly romantic.

So why am I coming out in support of “Stebekah?” Is it just because I’m a dirty “Delena” shipper who’s glad to have an obstacle removed from their path to happiness? Believe it or not,
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Gary Barlow to disclose secrets in autobiography - Realbollywood.com News

Gary Barlow to disclose secrets in autobiography - Realbollywood.com News
London, Oct 4: Singer Gary Barlow says he will expose a lot of truth about people when he comes out with his autobiography.

Recently, Barlow was targeted by "The X Factor" judge Simon Cowell, in his unofficial autobiography "Sweet Revenge" written by Tom Bower saying the latter was jealous of the singers Order Of British Empire (OBE).

"Wait until my book comes out! It will be bloody beautiful. I'll get the lot of them," thesun.co.uk.
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One Direction earn 100m

One Direction earned £100 million in the two years since they competed on 'The X Factor'. Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik all entered the competition as solo singers but were formed into a group by the judging panel and despite coming third in the show, they have gone on to make the huge amount of money for themselves and an estimated £200 million for their management. In a new chapter in Tom Bower's biography of Simon Cowell, 'Sweet Revenge', the author writes: 'One Direction were Cowell's new Westlife - a revival of his mastery of the music business. Nothing had been left to chance by Sony Music, with the band's hit album 'Up
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One Direction earn 100m

One Direction earned £100 million in the two years since they competed on 'The X Factor'. Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik all entered the competition as solo singers but were formed into a group by the judging panel and despite coming third in the show, they have gone on to make the huge amount of money for themselves and an estimated £200 million for their management. In a new chapter in Tom Bower's biography of Simon Cowell, 'Sweet Revenge', the author writes: ''One Direction were Cowell's new Westlife - a revival of his mastery
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