Check out this interactive ‘Game of Thrones’ map (with spoiler control!)

Originally posted on PopWatch:

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Few shows on television cover greater distance than Game of Thrones, which currently spreads its action to the farthest reaches of two different fantasy continents. Of course, Thrones has impressive source material: George R. R. Martin has spent the last couple of decades meticulously exploring the various cities, towns, villages, and various geographical phenomena throughout his invented world. And now, you can explore that world — without fear of spoilers!

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George R.R. Martin reacts to ‘Thrones’ adding rape scene

Originally posted on Inside TV:

Game of Thrones fans are used to being shocked by deadly plot twists — but Sunday night’s episode divided viewers in a very different way with an incestuous rape scene . In the fourth season’s third episode, titled “Breaker of Chains,” Jaime Lannister ( Nikolaj Coster-Waldau ) forces himself on his former lover/sister Cersei (Lena Headey) while they’re beside the corpse of their murdered son (Jack Gleeson).

Back in September, Coster-Waldau described the scene to EW as “a very dark encounter, [a] passionate encounter” and explained that “on a visceral emotional level, she feels disgusted by his [metal] hand. It goes from bad to worse. I [Jaime] want to help her, and finally she reaches out and needs Jaime, and she’s just disgusted with him. It’s a great scene.”

Much of the online uproar stems from the way the show altered the original Jaime/Cersei scene, which appears in George R. R…

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Gone Girl

I still haven’t read the book. I have picked it up numerous times, but for osme reason have procrastinated reading it. i want to before the movie comes out.

I liked this trailer. I liked how they showed us what it was all about in a matter of one minute and thirty six seconds. :) And they did it without excessive dialogue delivery. Hehe.

So, I will definitely be watching it when it comes out.

It will hit theaters October 3, 2014…



If I Stay

Ah, I love this book and I was so excited when Chloe was selected to play Mia. But after watching the trailer I don’t like the way she was talking. I liked her voice over but not so much during the dialogues. :/ On second thought, after seeing the trailer again, I don’t like the voice over either. :p It may just be because of the editing for the trailer. It might not be the same in the movie so that shall be seen.

As for Adam, um, I am not so sure about him yet. I didn’t like the way he delivered that major ‘…stay….’ line. I don’t like his hair, either.

Overall, I am hell excited and I hope it does well in the box office as I would love to see a movie on Where She Went real bad as I loved that book more than If I Stay.

As for the song choice, yeah, it made me go all sad.

I can’t wait to see all the cello bits in the movie, they look amazing. Chloe looks pretty. I like the parents (even for the little they were shown), I like the friend when she was at the hospital. I am worried about Chloe’s acting, though. :/

Still I am stoked.



‘Reign’ recap: For king or country

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All I can say is that I’m very happy that I live in the 21st Century, and that my future husband will likely not own a castle with some sort of lock tower. And let’s be honest: Even if he did, he’d never have the power to lock me away in it (because, you know, equality and stuff).

That being said, I’m not totally mad at Francis right now. Is he looking out for France? Of course. Is he looking out for Mary? Yes. Is he still a teenager with a ridiculous amount of responsibility? Always. Let’s dig in!

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Three Quick Tips for Better Blogging

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One of the great things about having a blog is making it your own — adding individual touches to reflect your style and personality. Today we’ll look at three blogging features: two geared to customizing your site and one to help you post when you’re away from your desk.

Scheduling posts to appear at any time you choose

If you’ve got an editorial calendar, you already know which days of the week you’ll be publishing new content on your site. Why not get ahead of the game and schedule your posts? That way, you don’t need to be near your computer to hit the publish button — your posts can magically appear on your site at the time you specify. Here’s how to do it.

When you’re finished drafting your latest post, click on the Edit link next to Publish Immediately located in the Publish box:


You can now…

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Must-See: 174 Spring 2015 Gowns From Bridal Fashion Week

Originally posted on What's Right Now:

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That’s a wrap! In the last seven days, designers, both big and small, presented their spring 2015 bridal designs during Bridal Fashion Week, and did they deliver, packing in clouds of tulle, exquisite embroidery, hand-pleated skirts, and layers of Chantilly lace.

Dreamy classic whites floated down the runway at Carolina Herrera (far right), Reem Acra, Naeem Khan, and more, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t call out the unexpected moments from the week. Non-tradition swept the collections, including (pictured above, from left) Monique Lhuillier‘s one-of-a-kind hydrangea blue ball gown, Vera Wang‘s edgy web-lace separates, and Oscar de la Renta‘s beautiful beachy bride.

Got a wedding on the horizon? Or just want something pretty to look at? We pulled each look from every single major bridal show…

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‘Scandal’ ends biggest season ever with highest finale yet

Originally posted on Inside TV:

[ew_image url="" credit="" align="none"] Scandal crushed Thursday rivals with its highest-rated season finale. The closer was up 15 percent from last year to draw its second-largest audience of all time — 10.5 million viewers and a 3.4 adults 18-49 rating. Overall this season, the soapy drama was up 43 percent in the demo to post its best season ever, at least in the ratings.

As for the rest of the broadcast lineup … well … not so great. The Community finale was down 23 percent from last season and the Parenthood finale was down 28 percent from last season. And CBS’ one-hour Crazy Ones finale was really soft for a CBS comedy, with its second episode hitting a series low — this did not help Robin Williams’ odds for a second-season renewal.

Also: NBC’s Parks & Rec sank under the 1.0 line to hit a series low, Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen

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‘Orphan Black’ season 2 review: Tatiana Maslany continues to be one of a kind

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For the women of Orphan Black, the world is an open prison, and self-determination is a tenuous contract with The Powers That Be, who view them only as property. Some take this raw deal to survive. Prim, panicky Alison sells out for security in the suburbs with a schlubby hubby who is secretly her jailer. Brainy Cosima ­bargains with a Faustian devil for a gilded cage — her own super lab — where she and her ladylove can pursue a cure for the disease that’s killing her. But woe to the one who refuses to settle: Sarah and her daughter are on the run from men who wish to exploit their bodies and all of Clonekind. Did I not mention the clone thing? Sorry. All these women are clones! Does that make a difference?

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Dawn of a New Day….


My favorites nowadays…

Twenty One Pilots - They killed it at the movie awards. Apart from Car Radio I like Holding Onto You, Migraine, Ode To You and almost every song eheh.

Lacuna Coil - Loving the new album. My favorites at the moment are Infection and Nothing Stands in Our Way. Will do another post on favorites or you can see my instagram posts. I mostly post music faves there.

Within Temptation - From the new album, i have been enjoying Let Us Burn, Dangerous, And We Run, Paradise and Edge of the World. Almost every song. xP

Have been enjoying listening to In Flames‘s Dawn of a New Day, Spineshanks‘s Smothered, Slipknot’s Snuff and Vermillion, Kill Hannah‘s Lips Like Morphine.

In Flames has their new album coming out this September. Woot.

In Flames – Siren Charms

Spinshank are reuniting after a six year hiatus. There new album is coming out this June.


I will leave now.

Happy Listening.

Thanks for reading.