Jun 23,2014

Summer Site Updates Catch Up

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Hey everyone!

Sorry I’ve been super busy in my real life this year. I am going to start working on site updates catch up this summer. I’ve been very behind since this year begun. It is not up to date as it should be! Hopefully, I will be able to get everything caught up before Kristen’s bday next month. As long as I get everything caught up by the time the site’s anniversary in August is my main goal! Thanks for your patience.

xoxo

Jasmine



Jul 15,2014

Zachary Quinto comments on Heroes Reborn return

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Today, while talking to critics at the TCA Press Tour about his new Starz reality series, The Chair (scroll down linked page for trailer), Zachary Quinto spoke about the possibility of him reprising the role of Sylar on NBC’s upcoming miniseries, Heroes Reborn.

“I’ve been in touch with Tim [Kring, creator] and he told me they were doing this and we left the door open for me to be involved, the trouble is really my availability,” Quinto said. “I don’t know that it would really even be possible. And it’s a challenge for me because that experience and role and opportunity really changed my life completely and sent me on a path that I might not have otherwise have been on, but at the same time I’m very interested in forward momentum, I’m very interested in expanding and defying people’s expectations of me.”

“I don’t know that going back to such a definitely iconic character would necessarily do that,” Quinto continued. “So it’s a larger question that I haven’t had to answer because no one’s actually given me an offer. We’ll see. I’m glad they’re doing it and I know that whether or not I’m involved that the fans will enjoy it.”

Heroes Reborn, though featuring an all-new cast of heroes, has indeed left the door open for returning members of the original series. Jack Coleman, who played Noah Bennet, is set to reprise his original role.

When asked about whether or not he’d be a part of the upcoming American Horror Story: Freak Show (as he was a part of Season 1 and Asylum), Quinto said that his schedule prevented him from being involved.

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Jul 15,2014

GeekNation: Tweet Out: Ep. 82: Zachary Quinto (video)

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Watch Zach answer twitter questions from some of his fans through GeekNation. Watch it here.



Jul 15,2014

Zachary Quinto to star in Michael

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Zach will be starring in Michael with James Franco and Emma Roberts.

Zachary Quinto and Emma Roberts will be joining James Franco in the drama “Michael,” about an anti-gay pastor who was once gay himself, Variety has learned.

Quinto will play the former boyfriend of Franco’s character. Roberts is set to reteam with her “Palo Alto” co-star as his girlfriend. Chris Zylka (“The Leftovers”) is also attached to the film as another past love interest.

The script for “Michael” is based on “My Ex-Gay Friend,” a New York Times Magazine article by Benoit Denizet-Lewis (author of “Travels with Casey”) about Michael Glatze, a Christian minister from Wyoming who was so entrenched in gay culture before he rejected his homosexuality, he founded a gay youth magazine. Justin Kelly will direct. Gus van Sant is the executive producer, along with producers Franco, Vince Jolivette, Michael Mendelsohn, Ron Singer and Scott Reed.

“This isn’t just a story about an ‘ex-gay,’” Kelly said. “It’s actually a very relatable story about the power of belief and the desire to belong.”

Added Denizet-Lewis: “I’m excited that everyone involved in this project is intent on telling a story that captures the full breadth of Michael’s unusual life, from the inspiring gay leader I knew when I was young to the Christian pastor he is today.”

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Jul 08,2014

Neutrogena Naturals: Kristen Bell at the Farmers Market (video)

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Jul 01,2014

Zachary Quinto Presents: “Independence Eve” for Newport Brown Ale

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Jun 23,2014

Kristen Bell is pregnant!

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Congrats to Kristen and Dax! Kristen is pregnant with her second child.

Kristen Bell is pregnant with her second child with husband Dax Shepard, ET can exclusively confirm!
Bell, 33, and Shepard, 39, are already parents to daughter Lincoln Bell Shepard, 1.

“I can confirm that Kristen and Dax are expecting their second child and a sibling for Lincoln,” a spokesperson for the couple tells ET. “The whole family is beyond excited.”

In February, the couple took the lead in taking action against photographers harassing celebrities’ children in order to take photographs by creating the “No Kids Policy,” rallying to get news outlets to stop sharing, buying or posting photos of celebrities’ children taken without consent.ET supported the cause immediately.

“The support of ET, the most influential national entertainment newsmagazine, is invaluable in the fight against paparazzi taking photos of the children of celebrities without consent. By creating a greatly diminished demand for these images, it is my hope that these children will no longer be subjected to being followed, yelled at, taunted and having their privacy invaded on a daily basis,” Bell said in February. “Hopefully, these children can return to their routines without having cameras relentlessly pointed at them. I am so grateful to Entertainment Tonight for helping us pave the way on this issue…”

Bell and Shepard have been married since October 2013.

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Jun 23,2014

Redbook Interview

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Your No Kids Policy calls for the media to stop publishing paparazzi photos of celebrity children. How has it affected your and Lincoln’s life?

It’s affected us quite a bit, actually. We simply aren’t followed anymore. We have peace, quiet, and the ability to be a normal family out and about in the suburbs of Los Angeles.

Were you surprised that people were so respectful of it?

The media machine can be a monster, and I didn’t know if consumers would respond to a plea like this. I’m the first to admit how few people it actually affects. But being one of them, and my child being one of them, I felt it was important and was overjoyed by how many compassionate mothers, parents, and consumers of entertainment media felt like they would draw a line at harassment of children.

Have you gotten feedback from any other celebs on how this has affected their families?

Yes, I’ve had quite a few people say it’s quite literally changed their day-to-day lives because their child isn’t as paranoid, since they’re not being followed by groups of strangers. It’s also impacted them for the better, because they’re finally allowed to be normal during the day. Michelle Williams has told me it’s made quite a difference, which makes me very grateful because I think she’s gotten the brunt of a lot of it. Jennifer Garner has said it’s made a difference. Hearing those kinds of things and knowing how much worse their kids have gotten it makes me very happy.

When Dax wrote a Huffington Post blog about the policy, he said that before you two had Lincoln, the issue wasn’t even on your radar. How else has your life changed since becoming a mom?

Having a child has provided perspective on every choice I make. Whether it’s what I’m eating, or how I’m spending my time, or how I’m relating to other people, it occurs to me that everyone I meet is somebody’s child. And I know that sounds corny, but it makes a difference when you’re angry at someone in traffic. It makes a difference when someone has an attitude with you. You cut them a little bit of slack because you have more compassion.

Lately, we’ve been hearing a lot about attachment parenting. How do you feel about it?

I don’t know what that is, really, or the research or results behind it. But I’ve taken a very casual approach, and we didn’t co-sleep other than the first few weeks. Lincoln sleeps wonderfully on her own and likes being in her crib by herself, and I let her breastfeed until she decided she was done. I definitely value giving her alone time so that when she inevitably isn’t the center of everyone’s universe when she gets a little bit older, it doesn’t feel like the rug is pulled out from underneath her.

Last year, you tweeted about breastfeeding pumps backstage at the CMT Awards. How do you feel about everyone being up in arms about breastfeeding in public?

Get over it! They’re just boobs! Calm down. They’re under our shirt whether you’re looking at them or not.

Accurate. And since having Lincoln, you’ve gone from being a vegan to a vegetarian. Is she a vegetarian, too?

No, she’s still a baby, so we don’t know what she eats yet. But I don’t plan on raising her in any specific way. I plan on letting her make her own choices.

We have to talk about Frozen. This movie has been so huge and has exceeded everyone’s expectations. What is it that made it strike such a nerve with people?

I don’t know that you can ever really identify what the catalyst is when something is a mega-success. Malcolm Gladwell may be the only one who would be able to answer that. But I think it has something to do with it being a modernized love story. There is really no Prince Charming. It’s about modern-day girls who are quirky, goofy, have flaws, and are trying to get along. It’s a very honest battle that we all deal with every day: Do you choose love or do you choose fear?

What’s the one thing people don’t know about the movie that they should?

That “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” was pulled right after it was written, about a year and a half before Frozen came out, and only put back in by the skin of its teeth.

Why did they put it back in?

Because the way that animation is written, there is sort of a road map to where the songs fall at certain climax points. You aren’t supposed to really have more than seven or eight songs in there—this is how all animated Disney movies work. They had an opening song, “The Frozen Heart,” and they felt that “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” was another opening song, so they pulled it. But right at the very last minute, they thought it was too good and put it back in.
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Jun 22,2014

Zachary Quinto to gueststar on Girls

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Will Zachary Quinto live long in Prospect Park? The Star Trek actor is guest-starring in at least one upcoming episode of Girls, HBO has confirmed. Quinto was photographed yesterday in Brooklyn shooting a scene with Girls creator/executive producer/star Lena Dunham. The network wouldn’t release any details about his character, including how many installments he will appear in.

Gillian Jacobs and Jason Ritter are among the other recognizable faces who will pop up in the show’s fourth season, which will debut next year.

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Jun 13,2014

Kristen Bell Says No Kids Policy Has Already Changed Lives

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Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard’s no kids policy was a call to action for not just publications, but also consumers. Earlier this year the couple rallied to get news outlets to stop sharing, buying or posting photos of celebrities’ children taken without consent. Armed with friends who felt similarly and a new nickname for the paparazzi — “pedorazzi” — outlets like People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, “Entertainment Tonight” and “The Insider” jumped on board. According to Bell, only a few months have made a huge difference.

“I’ve heard from a couple different people who certainly get stalked much more significantly than we do that it’s quite literally changed their day to day lives with their kids,” Bell said to The Huffington Post over the phone. “I’m a firm believer that all we have is our collective consciousness. Moms especially, but parents and informed consumers just decided it was a line that shouldn’t be crossed. We’ve started to see the results and I’m very grateful for it. I think it makes for a more positive media monster.”

Bell and Shepard have also asked fans to boycott magazines and websites that run pictures of “celebrity children” as a way of changing the cyclical paparazzi culture. “No parent should feel like their child is being taken advantage of because of the choices they made on their career paths,” Bell said. “The basis of the issue is keeping strangers away from children, whether they have cameras or not.”

The recent CMT Awards Host said she’d so much rather focus on the “fun interviews” that ask questions about if she’ll be in the “Frozen” musical (“If they invite us!”), her new role as Sheila in “Hair” at the Hollywood Bowl (“It’s such a quick way to get back on stage”) and her new creative position at Lipton Iced Tea. As part of the company’s campaign to “Win an Extra SUN-day,” Bell helped produce a three short videos celebrating down time.

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