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  1. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  2. A key strategy of the entertainment industries is to repeatedly warn pirating Internet users of their illegal behavior in the belief they will change their ways. However, co-chief of movie company Village Roadshow has just admitted that he's been caught breaking the law numerous times - and he still hasn't learned. As 2015 hits its mid-point, a handful of key strategies are clearly favored by the world’s largest entertainment companies. Perhaps the most prominent this year thus far have been efforts to have sites blocked at the ISP level. Most recently Australia went through the months long process of introducing the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2015 and last week the Bill passed the Senate. Earlier today the legislation received Royal Assent, meaning it is now firmly cast into local law. With attention now turning to which copyright holders will bring the first site-blocking action (hint: movie industry, within six months), another anti-piracy strategy is almost ready to fly. After the introduction of the United States’ “six strikes†program, in the coming months Aussie citizens are likely to be subjected to a similar “three strikes†regime. The idea is that after receiving an “educational†notice and then a “warning†notice, local Internet pirates will finally comply with the law before receiving a scary “final noticeâ€. This type of regime has the backing of some of the world’s largest entertainment companies, including the co-chief of Aussie movie giant Village Roadshow. However, despite giving the scheme his backing, Graham Burke has revealed that even people of his stature can be completely immune to government-backed educational efforts. In an interview published by SMH this morning in which he again calls for action against piracy, Burke notes that society wouldn’t say “Hey we’re not going to have legislation against drunken driving or high-speed driving or legislation against stealing.†Indeed, for driving offenses, Australia runs a demerit system, whereby each logged offense accumulates a set number of points. Get to 12 points and you’re at risk of getting your license suspended. But of course, the idea is that people will wise up before then and, more importantly, before they end up killing someone. At its educational core the demerit program is similar to the “three strikes†system, albeit with much higher stakes. Trouble is, it doesn’t work on Burke. In fact, he appears completely immune to the numerous opportunities granted to him by the government. “I got a note last night saying I’d been photographed by a camera in my car exceeding the speed limit and I’ve lost three points,†he told tech editor Ben Grubb. “As I’ve already lost nine points it’s rather worrying.†While Burke faces having his license suspended for failing to heed the warnings, three-time piracy offenders face having their details handed over to copyright holders who may decide to sue. Of course, Village Roadshow are the major Hollywood-affiliated movie company in Australia, so Burke himself will almost certainly have a hand in who gets sued and when. Fortunately, it seems that his company won’t make a habit of taking legal action. Burke says that they won’t be afraid to sue people “that act in a criminal way†but hopefully Village Roadshow “won’t have to sue too many peopleâ€. Indeed, Burke will hope that ‘pirates’ take their warnings more seriously than he has done, even though he will have faced fines for his transgressions and they will not. He would’ve preferred some punishment, he reveals, but is satisfied with the direction of the scheme. “A good agreement is when both sides are not deliriously happy but both sides are happy,†Burke says. “Am I thrilled? No. Do I think it’s a good code? Yes.†So now all eyes turn to September 1, when the new “strikes†code is set to begin. Will the public respond to the warning notices? Or will they bury their heads in the sand like Burke has done until it’s too late?
  3. Vanessa Lachey's life has 'changed for the better' since having children. The TV host and model welcomed her second child, daughter Brooklyn, with husband Nick Lachey in January. The couple are also parents to two-year-old son Camden, and Vanessa says that becoming a mom has transformed her life. 'It's changed my priorities and it changed everything for the better. Everything now is about my kids and my family,' she told People magazine before grinning. 'She's starting to do the facial recognition, the smile, and it's killing me. I say, 'Hi Brooklyn,' and she smiles back and I love it. I love it because I know she knows she sees me.' Vanessa and former singer Nick married in July 2011 after becoming engaged the previous November. Camden was born in September 2012, and the 34-year-old revealed her little boy is adjusting well to being a big brother. 'I've heard some horror stories,' she joked when asked about how her eldest had found welcoming the new addition into the family home. '[but] he's the best. He's awesome.' While Vanessa and Nick are loving being parents to their two little cherubs, the beauty isn't sure if they will add to their brood in the future. '[You] never know!' she laughed. Vanessa spoke to the outlet at a celebratory event for Dr. Michele Hakakha's book, Expecting411: Clear Answers & Smart Advice for Your Pregnancy. The tome was something she kept close to her during her pregnancy, and the star was happy to explain why it's such a good read. 'She makes you feel like such an amazing, confident, wonderful woman,' she said. 'She talks to you like a girlfriend, but she's also a very knowledgeable doctor.'
  4. Azealia Banks penned a song about a past abusive relationship. The outspoken singer burst on to the music scene in 2011 with smash hit song 212, which featured Lazy Jay. Her first studio album wasn't released until late last year, but the star kept her name in the headlines with numerous celebrity feuds including a Twitter spat with Iggy Azalea. However behind her tough persona, Azealia reveals she has suffered at the hands of an ex. "The song Desperado? That's about when you get beaten up by your boyfriend. For the past couple of years I have been losing my mind and driving myself past several points of insanity. But it was from that insanity that I was able to write the album," she admitted to ES Magazine. 'I was dating this guy from when I was 17 years old. He was much older than me and he had a wife and he lied to me and told me he was divorced so that I would fall in love with him. And then he told me he was going to get a divorce and I was like: 'I thought you were already divorced?' Then we broke up and I went to Montreal and wrote 212.' Their problems soon turned physical, with Azealia recalling how her ex would take testosterone, steroids and antidepressants. Things came to a head when he lashed out at the 23-year-old. "We got in to a fight and he beat me up. He actually beat me up twice because I was stupid and went back. And that is really why I am f**king crazy. Because that man has driven me crazy," she said of her own behaviour.
  5. Mary J. Blige finds it "surreal" that her music has saved people. The 43-year-old singer has been open about her past struggle with alcohol and substance abuse, and her third album, 1997's Share My World, was penned at a time when she was trying to overcome her troubles. She has since moved on and is stronger than ever, with an aim to help others in a similar situation. "The most touching is when they say my music saved their lives. It's humbling. They literally tell me stories about almost committing suicide and then my song came on [the radio]," Mary told British magazine Stylist. "I've heard stories like: 'Your music saved my life, your music helped me decide to get a divorce. No More Drama helped me get out of an abusive relationship.' It's just 'wow'. It feels surreal." As well as her inspirational lyrics, Mary often posts supportive quotes on social media, and is always encouraging others via her Instagram. When asked what advice she'd give to people who are unhappy with their lives, the songstress shared some wise words. "I was in my late 30s when I realised that I could rest in the fact that I am who I am, I have what I have and I'm not going to get another body. This is it!" she commented. "When you go through so much and you have some stress, you think your stress is going to change your situation but it doesn't. It just makes things worse. And once you understand that, you realise life is really what you make it." When she does have some spare time on her hands, Mary enjoys kicking back and relaxing like everyone else. As well as escaping from reality by watching TV shows, the star enjoys reminding herself of how lucky she is. "I like Scandal a lot and I just finished Suits, which I love. I also make sure to go see my mom and spend time with her. I like to read books that teach you how to be happy with the things you have. I'm reading The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho at the moment, which is so great," she added. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  6. Nick Jonas likes to kick back with a beer and a cigar. The 22-year-old star hit the big time as part of clean living pop band Jonas Brothers alongside his older siblings Kevin and Joe. He still leads a relatively low-key life and laughs off the notion he could become the next child star who goes bad. "I love to have a beer with my friends and hang out and smoke a cigar. By no means do I have things that I use to cope to deal with the crazy life I live. If anything, it's golf. Golf and cigars that works for me," Nick smiled to British newspaper Metro. Nick and his brothers called it quits on their band last year after eight years in the spotlight. While Kevin and Joe are enjoying some time out of the industry, Nick is still as busy as ever. He recently starred in TV series Kingdom and has completed filming for new movie Careful What You Wish For. On top of acting duties, his solo music is also garnering a lot of success. "I've had four years to collect my thoughts and think about what I want to do and the steps I will take to get there. "Although it didn't come without bumps in the road or moments where I was stressed or feeling like it all too much," he admitted. A steamy shoot for Flaunt magazine also got the music star a whole host of new fans recently, when photos from the feature hit the internet earlier this month. "JLo heard my song as a result of seeing the shoot," Nick laughed. "It's all very exciting. I have always loved JLo. I saw a YouTube or Twitter video or whatever it was of her working out to my song Jealous. I thought 'This is great!'" Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  7. The feature-to-TV adaptations continue to increase with NBC today buying the rights to a primetime series pilot based on Marley & Me, the 2008 dramedy starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston and based on the New York Times bestselling autobiographical book by journalist John Grogan. Emmy-winning "Sex and the City" alumna Jenny Bicks will write the script for the project, for which the film's helmer, David Frankel, will return to direct. Deadline says that 20th Century Fox TV is behind the series. Here's how the trade describes the pilot, which picks up where the movie left off. "John and Jenny Grogan and their three kids, a 16-year-old boy and a 13-year-old and 6-year-old girls, have just moved back to Florida so that John can take up his newspaper column once again. However, when a stray puppy ends up on their doorstep, they are forced to adopt it. This dog, named Marley for the fact that they use Marley’s old leash and tags on her, is as will-full, destructive and delightful as her original namesake. And she will help shed light not only on the growing pains of the Grogan family, but also the lives of the neighbors, and fellow dog-owners, around them." The original film, which was distributed by 20th Century Fox, earned $242.7 million at the worldwide box office.
  8. The Strokes main man has revealed that olaying The Strokes old material leaves him numb.. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Casablancas revealed it was "still fun to see people react" to the old songs, but he doesn't "feel anything from it." "A little while ago, I saw someone perform a cover of some Top 40 song in an empty bar, like he probably just learned it two days ago. He was probably enjoying playing that more than I enjoy playing 'Last Nite'. I just smiled about it." That being the case he did go on to hint that new Strokes material could be on its way. "In January we might meet up and work on some ideas. Everyone is psyched. Everything is in a really cool place." Julian Casablancas & The Voidz new album is out now. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  9. Leighton Meester's old songs were inspired by "some stupid breakup". The 28-year-old star previously recorded music in 2009 and, despite never making it to an album launch, she released two songs and two others were leaked. Now she is back with new material and is busy promoting her album's eponymous single, Heartstrings. Speaking about what first inspired her music career, during an intimate Q&A and performance in New York, she said it's all thanks to failed relationships. "It used to be about some stupid breakup that I had when I was 25 or earlier," she confessed to Us Weekly. "But it was stupid, and I was like, 'I have to write a song about this!' Now, it really does have more meaning. At the time it was like, 'Screw you, I don't care about you anymore, and it's not going to happen! Joker.'" The actress is now happily married to Adam Brody, who she tied the knot with at the beginning of this year. Prior to Adam, Leighton dated her Gossip Girl co-star Sebastian Stan for two years, before breaking up in 2010. She later briefly romanced her Remember the Daze co-star Aaron Himelstein. The meaning behind her latest single is personal for the brunette beauty and she explained to her fans during her preview show earlier this week what makes it so important. "The song Heartstrings is really special to me. It's really more of a very visual: It represents the feeling of the rest of the record," she explained. "It's about hiding your feelings and smiling and pretending that you're happy when you're not. Actually, I'd say that it represents most of the record, because that's what it's about. It's about just sort of tying your heartstrings off - not allowing yourself to be vulnerable." Heartstrings is out later this month. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  10. Selena Gomez is 'OK' with not knowing who she is. The 22-year-old pop star landed her break-out role in 2007 with the Disney Channel's Wizards of Waverly Place. In a new interview, she talks candidly about growing up in the spotlight, and reveals she's accepted finding herself is a long process she's willing to take on without apology. 'I'd rather just tell people that they're not going to bring me down. It's OK that I don't know who I am. It's OK that I'm trying to figure out what's right and what's wrong. And I want people to know, especially my fans, girls, that I'd rather just keep going,' she told Extra. Being a role model is important to the budding star, whose had success as both a singer and actress since catapulting to fame. And rather than focusing on the negative aspects of her celebrity status, the star believes it's her chance to demonstrate to her peers how they can do good in the world. "This is me being able to use my generation and show them a whole other side,' she reasoned. Selena warns her altruistic intentions shouldn't be mistaken for softness in business, however. The star takes her career extremely seriously and wants to know the people surrounding her feel the same. 'Every decision I make is because I know that if I'm the smartest person in the room, I'm in the wrong room and I want them to feel that way,' she said. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  11. Taylor Swift is in a "full body sweat" after releasing her new single. The 24-year-old musician collaborated with fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff to record Out of the Woods, which they made available on iTunes today. It shot straight to number one, and it seems Jack and Taylor are as excited as their fans. The Shake It Off singer posted a text conversation between herself and Jack, in which he admitted to "literally" running into two walls while walking his dog with Lena Dunham, Lamby, because he couldn't stop looking at his phone. "I am in a full body sweat," came Taylor's reply. "Clearly, we are very nonchalant about the whole thing. #whereismyCHILL #outofthewoods (sic)," she captioned the screen grab. In a recent YouTube video, the blonde singer spoke about the lyrics to the tune. She's known for writing about love and relationships and this song is no different, with speculation it could be about her brief fling with One Direction's Harry Styles. "This was a relationship where I was kind of living day to day," she explained. "It was a relationship where you kind of never feel like you're standing on solid ground." Jack's girlfriend Lena is a close friend of Taylor's and it seems she couldn't be prouder of their success. She uploaded a snap of the first time the pair worked together on Instagram and also took to Twitter to share her delight. "Oh um excuse me @taylorswift13 & @jackantonoff put a song out like 11 minutes ago and it's already #1 on iTunes (sic)," she proudly told her followers. Out of the Woods is the second single taken from Taylor's upcoming album 1989, which is out on October 27. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
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  14. Now You See Me was a surprise hit for Lionsgate, banking a hefty $350 million during the summer of 2013 and launching a potential franchise out of what could have been just a castoff standalone con game. Now that the movie has whet an audience’s appetite for more magic tricks, Lionsgate is moving ahead with Now You See Me 2, and they think they found the perfect director. Jon M. Chu, who has helmed three Step Up movies and a G.I. Joe sequel, is in talks to take over the reigns of Now You See Me 2, according to Variety. The sequel plans a fall shoot, and we have been hearing that there are international locations planned for the production. Earlier this year, we spoke with Dave Franco about his involvement in the sequel, and he told us: I’ve heard a pitch of the story. It’s actually going to be really exciting. I was slightly weary, just because you never know when it comes to a sequel. But I think the first one opened up enough avenues. There are many directions left to explore. There are many places that it can go, and they really – they held true to the spirit of the first one, but it’s going to be enough of a departure that it doesn’t just feel like a complete copy of the first one." The original Now You See Me starred Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco as rival magicians and illusionists who pulled off a series of escalating capers as The Four Horsemen. Mark Ruffalo was the law enforcement agent working to take them down. A last-minute twist turned everything we thought we knew about the group on its ear, setting up several potential avenues for Now You See Me 2. No clue yet as to why the original Now You See Me director, Louis Leterrier, isn’t returning to helm the sequel. Last August, he was in the conversation to continue telling the story of The Four Horsemen. IMDB has him attached to Grimsby, a 2015 comedy with Sacha Baron Cohen, Rebel Wilson and Mark Strong. Maybe the production schedule on that kept him off Now You See Me 2? As for Jon M. Chu, he’s hard at work on the live-action Jem and the Holograms movie, which has been stacking its cast and preparing to film. If he lands the Now You See Me 2 gig, I’m assuming he’d move to it right after Jem. And seeing how he helmed the over-the-top action of G.I. Joe: Retaliation, he strikes me as an interesting and exciting choice to continue the magic in the Now You See Me storyline.