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New Zealand reportedly really, really wants the "Avatar" sequels to film in their country. According to the New York Times, the nation's taxpayers will pay 25 percent of the budget for the three sequesls in exhange for the production bringing jobs there. Those "Avatar" films aren't cheap so we suspect that's some serious coin. [New York Times]
Calm down people. Miley Cyrus says she was just hugging her friend. She sorta said via her Twitter account that she's not dating rapper French Montana. [E! Online]
Yet another reason to love Justin Timberlake: He served as wingman for a concert goer who wanted to propose at his Louisville, Kentucky concert. We wanted to scream as loud as the audience did it was so sweet! [People]
It's so refreshing when celebs fess up immediately over those pesky nude photos that show up on the Internet. Disney star Dylan Sprouse, we salute you sir! [Us Weekly]
The "22 Jump Street" trailer with Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill and Ice Cube is here (be warned it's NSFW exactly). So enjoy that:
Well, it was definitely a season.
Wednesday night's finale of "American Horror Story: Asylum" (really, the last two episodes) served as an epic epilogue to the story of Briarcliff.
Wednesday night's "American Horror Story: Asylum" focused on the four remaining central characters: Kit, Judy, Lana and Johnny.
The story was moved forward to 1967, as Kit lived a polygamist lifestyle with the two mothers of his children, Alma and Grace.
Like father, like son.
It turns out that Johnny has mommy issues just like Dr. Thredson did.
[Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the January 2 episode of FX's " American Horror Story: Asylum."]
It's been a few weeks since we were last at the asylum, but Wednesday night's episode picked up right where we left off, with Dr. Arden discovering a pregnant - and very much alive - Grace as Kit was sent to the brink of death.
Pepper told the doctor quite clearly that she was Grace's guardian, and he would not be allowed to experiment on her as the aliens were protecting her.
The final "American Horror Story: Asylum" of 2012 followed up on the events of last week's twisted holiday episode.
We started out in the present day, where we met Johnny (Dylan McDermott, in a psychiatric role reversal from the first season), who was meeting with a psychiatrist.
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