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stars, sex and nudity buzz : 06/25/2012

32-years old Laura Prepon perfect puppies on display in Lay the Favorite 


* I said it before and I said it again, Prepon should have gone naked in a movie she headlining and not in a bit-part role. Just a minor carp. Kudos to the British director convincing the nudity-shy actress to take her top off.

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In another news 32-years old Olivia put-in-my-ass Munn is topless in Magic Mike. Yep. They stuck to the original script. Thank god my prayers were answered : http://battyfornudity.blogspot.com/search?q=Munn

For more details go
here - one of the best (if not the best) sites when it comes to celebs nudity and news.


Reviews:
[1] http://www.craveonline.com/film/reviews/190977-laff-review-magic-mike
Mike has a bit more chemistry with his booty call Joanna (Olivia Munn), who does a completely unnecessary topless scene because it’s a Soderbergh movie, so thank you for that. 
We then wake up with Mike (Tatum), the club’s headliner, who’s just had a threesome with psych major/fuck buddy Joanna (played by Olivia Munn, whose desperation to play edgy and doff her top for art is at an all time high). 
There’s some cheesecake for husbands and boyfriends too (Olivia Munn topless! Commence collective nerdgasm!)


Look how her face change when ask about nudity in  Magic Mike


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Camilla Belle in Open Road : Trailer 
(no volume/sound after few seconds)



* The sex and nude scene was edited out from the final cut. Bound to happen when Camilla came aboard as a producer in January 2012(?) after some funding issues. In exchange she made sure Marcio Garcia canned the nudity. 3-editors worked on the movie. First it was Daniel M. Turcan and his cut was the one with Camilla full-frontal. He removed the racy segments. Then Nathan Cornett the pot-head was hired but both the star and director was still not satisfied. So in comes Erik Lundmark to stream-line the movie in order to appeal more to US-audience. Camilla's nude scenes could be restored for DVD release if the road flick fails to get limited theatrical run.

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On the cover: Newcomer Allison Williams talks about Girls, her famous family and saying no to nudity

FASHION Magazine | August 2012 | Allison Williams



It’s 26 minutes and 11 seconds into the third episode of HBO’s Girls. A struggling writer named Hannah Horvath, played by the show’s 26-year-old creator/star, Lena Dunham, is in her bedroom staring at a laptop. She’s just endured the most hellish month of her adult life: Her parents have stopped paying her rent, her doctor has diagnosed her with HPV and her former college boyfriend has let her know that her “handsomeness” helped him realize his attraction to men.
Instead of having a breakdown, Hannah decides to throw down. She double clicks an MP3 of Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own,” jumps off her bed and swings her tattooed arms to the gunning beat. Her impeccably put-together roommate, Marnie, played by 24-year-old Allison Williams, catches Hannah’s impromptu dance party and joins in. Together in their tiny Brooklyn apartment they hair-flip the pain away, share a hug and make the tragic magic. The credits roll.
That right there is my all-time favourite scene of the season,” Williams says, sipping a bowl of latte in a café in New York’s Chelsea district. “Lena and I cried our eyes out after we did it because it was so beautiful. That song has a deeper meaning for the four of them,” she adds, referring to the quartet of twentysomething girlfriends the series focuses on. There is Hannah—the show’s sardonic, forever-at-a-crossroads heroine—and her best friend/flawless foil, Marnie, a posh gallery assistant whose life is seemingly all worked out. Then there is Jessa, a British drifter/jetsetter who serves as the show’s girl-gone-wild, and her cousin, Shoshanna, a sheltered NYU student who is obsessed with losing her virginity. “It seems all the young female characters on the show have moments when they feel like they’re kind of unwanted by the world, so I think ‘Dancing On My Own’ is their song,” says Williams. “It is so unabashedly about being vulnerable and rejected and having the strength to keep going, to keep fighting to get noticed.”
In contrast, the show—and Williams—has had no trouble getting noticed since the series debuted on April 15. In fact, Girls is the only new HBO project that has been able to heartily feed the 24-hour news cycle; its comical, taboo-riddled scripts are laden with enough issues and tissues to keep pundits laughing, weeping and, sometimes, raging. Even VanityFair.com has three critics (Bruce Handy, Juli Weiner and Sarah Ball) debating the show’s characters as if they were a UC Berkeley women’s studies panel. Yet the show’s main hook is really the lives of these four extremely dissimilar New York gal pals. Stop yourself if you’re thinking this sounds remotely like Sex and the City. There are no Carrie Bradshaw–esque shoe-shopping expeditions, no diner brunches and no dishy relationship questions answered on a Mac Powerbook, wrapping up the message of each episode with a silk bow. Watching a scene Dunham has written is like listening in on a private conversation, which is probably why Judd Apatow—the man who produced Bridesmaids and wrote and directed Knocked Up—signed on as executive producer. “It’s not at all like most television out there,” Apatow says via phone from Los Angeles. “It’s not easy and it’s not safe. Lena is not afraid to show women—warts and all. Their beauty, their madness, their ridiculousness, their stupidity, their strength. That’s why some people get thrown by it. It is controversial because it’s really frank.” 
Part of the discussion is how Marnie has become one of Girls’ most popular—and polarizing—characters. Working in a trendy art space in Manhattan, Marnie wears the chicest, most ladylike outfits of the bunch, furthering the gap between her polished, attractive life and Hannah’s often slovenly, haphazard one. Marnie is the Mary Tyler Moore to Hannah’s Rhoda.
Williams says that she, like Mary and Marnie, is a classic A-type personality. “She has this instinct of keeping everyone protected—she needs control and she needs to know that her friends are OK at all times. She’s like a sheep dog, trying to safely herd everyone around her. I was able to connect with that. On the other hand, she’s a deeply scared and insecure perfectionist, which is so not me. Marnie hasn’t yet realized that perfection isn’t a real, attainable goal.”
Christopher Abbott, who plays Marnie’s sheepish ex-boyfriend Charlie, says there is a method to Williams’ persuasive performance. “Allison filled in all the blanks,” Abbott says. “She wanted to talk out what Charlie and Marnie’s relationship would be like before hitting the set. She wanted all the answers. It was like studying for an exam sometimes!”
 When she’s dissecting Marnie’s quirks, you get the feeling Williams is talking about a close friend rather than a role. “There was a line in the pilot that was scrapped in editing that I loved. It’s a scene where Marnie opens the fridge and she eats half a yogurt and puts it back into the fridge. Lena’s character says, ‘How could you put away a half-eaten yogurt? That is so foreign to me,’” Williams says, laughing. “I immediately liked the character more because of that small thing—anyone who can rationalize doing that, I want to get to know.”
Williams’ taste for the limelight came early, when she saw The Wizard of Oz at four years old. Her famous father, NBC news anchor Brian Williams, and her mother, TV and radio producer Jane Gillan Stoddard, sat her down to explain that the Cowardly Lion, the Tin Man, the Wicked Witch of the West and Dorothy were not real people and were played by actors who had more than one role in the film. “I got the idea that I could play all of the characters in Oz—and sing everyone’s parts,” she says. “By the age of seven I had told them I wanted to be a movie star but when Oz came up in the school play, they made me the mayor of the munchkins. I couldn’t get any of the [good] parts. I totally needed an agent.”
Although she had an agent when she was going for Girls, Williams already had an in before the audition. She had met Apatow at what he calls “a strange dinner party at the Nantucket Film Festival with news anchor Chris Matthews, Allison’s mom and Meg Ryan” and he was floored by how funny she was. He was later reminded of her charm when he saw a YouTube video that cast Williams as a supper club chanteuse, singing “Nature Boy” while a jazz orchestra played the theme song to Mad Men.
Apatow’s hunch was partially superficial. A slim five foot five, Williams is just as refined and elegant as her Girls character—she names Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan and Victoria Beckham as her go-to red carpet designers. Her beauty is reminiscent of the top American models of the 1980s—the Stephanie Seymours, Carol Alts and Kathy Irelands of the world. The show, which does a great job of jabbing at her good looks, has characters comparing Marnie to “a young Brooke Shields,” “J.Lo at the Grammys” and “a Real Housewife.”
In conversation, Williams comes off as a well-read, beyond-her-years Manhattan socialite (she loves Chaucer, quotes Joan Didion, does the charity circuit) but once in a while she slides into goofy tween territory (she watches The Bachelor and American Idol religiously). However, when she talks about studying toward her English degree at Yale (she graduated in 2010), working as a personal assistant for Tina Fey and contributing to Apatow’s and Will Ferrell’s Funny Or Die website (she played a geeky Kate Middleton in a web series that debuted post–royal wedding), she glows.
The best part of her trajectory so far? Meeting the Hollywooders she most respects, including Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and director Rob Marshall. “Everyone says you never want to meet your heroes but the ones I met have all been just as gracious and smart as I could have imagined. These people live quiet lives and make smart choices with their scripts,” she says, adding that Meryl Streep tops her list. “I got to know Meryl relatively well as we were around each other every day while I was an assistant on [Robert Altman’s] A Prairie Home Companion and I recently watched her give Hillary Clinton an award. She is so much more than an actor. I met her daughters too. They are the biggest testament to her. She has talented, smart, driven, normal children. The fact that one of the most famous actresses in the world can have a good family life means so much.”
When it comes to Williams’ own successes—including her first talk show booking on The Late Show with David Letterman—she says her career is a team effort. “My parents were the first people I talked to when I got offered Marnie. They’ve both been exposed to the business so that’s helpful. I always ask for their opinion.”
Asked how her parents have reacted to Girls’ risqué scripts, Williams laughs. “We’ve watched it together three times and they are fine. I’m the one that gets giggly and awkward,” she says. “When it first came time to come home and tell them, ‘You’re gonna see me having fake sex on the show,’ they said something like, ‘OK, what do you need?’ and that was it.”
Those sex scenes won’t get too graphic though. “Right now, I don’t see myself ever doing nude scenes,” she says. “Once you do them, you can’t take it back because of the ugly way Google Images works. I also think that unfortunately nudity seems to overshadow some of the more brilliant things that are going on.” In the unlikely event that she is offered the lead for one of Tinseltown’s most buzzy about-to-be-made films, Fifty Shades of Grey—the steamy best-selling novel currently on her nightstand—Williams says she would decline. “I wouldn’t take it. It is just too much for me but I applaud whatever actress steps up to the plate and I can’t wait to watch it.”
Aside from filming the second season of Girls, Williams has a few plates spinning in the air. She is sifting through a stack of movie and TV scripts that have come her way (“They are totally different—I’ve always played comic relief but that is changing”) and is in the throes of recording an album of covers from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. Although the disc’s release date is not set, Williams does hint at who her dream production team would be: “I’d love to work with Mark Ronson and I am obsessed with Don Was—he is such a genius. I would give a limb to work with them.”
With regards to the ongoing hoopla surrounding Girls, Williams feels all the chatter—both negative and positive—is productive. “Any show that gets girls talking about STDs, boyfriend insecurity, roommate problems and friendships with other women is going to make noise. [Girls] can open doors for other young female filmmakers to feel like their voice is relevant. If these conversations are happening as a result of the show, I think we’ve done our job.”

* My cousin works at top Hollywood casting agency and just like Allison - the widespread image of top female stars in the buff on the Net (guilty as charged) is scaring off many newcomers and established actresses (Americans) from doing nude scenes. One well-known nudity dodger told him to google 'Emma Rossum nude' with Safe Search Off (or even On at recommended setting) and of course her nude scenes are prominently featured. The ND is scared if she does nudity then it will be all over the Net. She is scared younger brother and parents will always have to look at her naked body whenever they wanted to find out any latest news about her using search engines.
But I want to assure you guys don't worry. 2012 is already poised to be one of the best year in terms of nudity and 2013 will be even better. Why? Because a new generation of girls insensitive to sex/nudity thanks to sexting and web-cam culture. I always maintained the babes are really shy when they're in early 20's but once in threshold of 28-35 nudity is not a big issue. When tits starts to sag and career is going nowhere, it's time to bring out the gazongas before all goes south. Soon to join the nudity club : Miss Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is going to be another bomb for poor MEW. I putting my money on Mary going nude next year. Just feel it in my boneless cock.

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* linked from another blogspot
Jessica Marais went to drama school after her dad died
sundaymag jessica
In 2012 I started watching a series on Starz network called Magic City. Trying to figure out why I love the show so much, I thought: Is it the clothes from the 50's? Is it the location of Miami Beach? Is it the mob violence of the butcher? No its the beauty and danger of someone I have never seen before. A young Australian named Jessica Marais. Originally from Africa, but when her dad died, her mom moves the family to Australia.


Jessica attends acting school, because at some point in her young life she really wants to act.
"It’s funny because, before, I was the classic ideological little artist – a drama school graduate who wanted to go out and change the world with theatre. But now, because I’m a girl who presents herself as bubbly and happy – and blonde – people love to think of me as a bright, shining network girl with not a lot of substance. But I don’t care. I just hope the work speaks for itself."

In Magic City, Jessica is a brunette, but the colour of her hair makes no difference to her beauty, as there is some other star quality in here.
She looks like a slightly dishevelled cross between Scarlett Johansson and Cate Blanchett, but the minute a camera fixes on her, she amps up to 100 per cent pure starlet.

When I watch Jessica, I sometimes see the actress Rebecca Grant or at least some similarities. When I see a blond Jessica, I think of a California beauty or maybe even a Victoria Secret model. From various Australian press articles, I learned that as a teen, Jessica was very rebellious and did not follow the path her mother was trying to instill in her. The actor talks at speed, clutching a takeaway latte, laughing that famous husky laugh (the product of “too many concerts and too many drinks when I was a naughty teenager”) and using her entire, albeit tiny, frame to illustrate her stories.

It’s been nearly three years since she was cast in Packed to the Rafters, Seven’s soap-meets-sitcom that resonated immediately with Australian audiences, earned Marais two Logies in the first season and continues to pull in record ratings. "It’s a show about people with all the normal faults and flaws who love each other and band together and have hope," she explains, "which is why it struck a chord, I suppose." Jessica became even more famous when she married someone more famous than her. (James Stewart) her co star on the Australian TV show "Packed to the Rafters".

Developing a similarly unbothered attitude to the attention that comes with fame is a work-in-progress for the star, who inadvertently upped her tabloid pull by falling in love with co-star James Stewart. "It was a bit overwhelming, the amount of interest that got," laughs Marais. "I mean, it was lovely and I can appreciate why people are interested, but there have been a few moments when Jimmy and I have looked at each other and thought, why is this news?"

The answer: because there’s nothing quite as intriguing to fans as an onscreen love story that turns into the real deal. So how did the couple come to realise their chemistry was not just of the manufactured television variety? "We had a little catch-up outside work and he bought me a coffee. We had a good chat and then he gave me a kiss, and that was that."

Eighteen months later, Stewart proposed with a 1.12-carat diamond ring, which, Marais jokes, "made it impossible to say no".

Now she’s blissfully betrothed, will the producers need to write in a pregnancy for Rachel Rafter next season? "Hopefully, I’ll have a beautiful family – that would be amazing," she says, "but there’s no plan. I just want to live my life with a lot of love and compassion. I want to be happy and make the people I love happy. That’s all that matters to me."

Jessica admits the attention is forcing her to become a little more cautious. "Life is too short to be cagey and take yourself too seriously," she begins, before pausing in thought. "I’m becoming a bit more savvy and, of course, there’s an intensely private side of me that I just keep private."

Perhaps it’s only to be expected after a few years in the game, particularly with the added media scrutiny on her relationship with Stewart. "We’ve both learnt to take the attention with a grain of salt," she says. "They could turn on us tomorrow, or take a photo of me with a male friend and concoct an entire affair. Still, when you have a big heart, it’s a hard lesson to learn, and I’m still learning it."

So what’s next for the girl next door with the big heart, the big diamond and the even bigger work prospects? "I used to think career and financial stability were the big things. They’re important but, as I get older, I appreciate little things so much more. I value love and the people who really know me and who will call me on it if I ever stop being myself."

Central to her coterie is her mum, Karen, a literature teacher with whom she discusses every script and scene. "She’s my yay or nay on anything racy," says Marais, who credits her mum with instilling in her a healthy attitude to body image. "There’s a lot of pressure and images of supposedly perfect women, but I don’t think it’s just an actor thing – that’s being a woman. I try to ignore it as much as I can."
Besides, she adds, "I’m one of those people whose weight fluctuates depending on how stressed I am, how much I’m doing. As long as I’m healthy, I only care about how I feel about myself and how my partner feels bout me."

If last year’s 'suburban goddess' photoshoot for GQ is anything to go by, Marais has a lot to feel good about. Styled as Brigitte Bardot, she wore little more than a bed sheet. "Mum’s encouraged me to be careful about how much of myself I give away, and my body and sexuality is included. She’s wary of me being made into a piece of meat or a sex symbol for no good reason. But if it’s important to a story and tasteful, we’re not prudish about it."

Born in South Africa, Marais was 10 and her sister, Clara, now a medical student, was nine, when their father died, shortly after the family arrived in Perth. "It wasn’t until I moved to Sydney and left the nest Mum had created that I realised the sacrifices she made. She showed you can be a great mother, a wonderful provider, an inspirational professional and have the best sense of humour. She has such soul."

That doesn’t mean Marais didn’t put her through the usual teenage torment, including the tattoo – a Hindu symbol on her hip – she had done, aged 14. "We were on holiday in Bali and I went with a friend to get it," she giggles. "For two years, I told Mum it was henna and that I kept reapplying it. One day, she saw it while I was in the bath and said, ‘That’s not fake, is it?’ She dragged me to the doctor to get blood tests to make sure I didn’t have hepatitis."

Now "out the other side" of her rebellious years, Marais says she feels somewhere between "a seven-year-old girl and a wizened old nanna – not in my mid-20s at all. And, actually, I still do things that make Mum want to wring my neck."

"I had to learn that not everyone in the industry cares about me for me. I used to take a lot of things at face value, but I’m a little less naïve now. Sometimes I have to look at myself as a commodity. It’s a harsh reality to face."
In real life, I feel that committing adultery is wrong and very offensive. It destroys the marriage, the family and the future lives of the children. In make believe, and under the stressful conditions its portrayed in Magic City, we almost cheer for the bad guy to find out, the husband who keeps threatening her, that if she ever cheated, she would be murdered.

The season 1 finale of Magic City just ended, and Jessica's character managed to stay alive. I can't wait to see Jessica Marais in the second season. I hope they wrote her in, as it could go either way.

American TV the new United Nations

The first time Oxford-born actor Hugh Laurie, star of "House," accepted an award without using his American accent, many people wondered why he was using a bad British accent. Laurie's not alone. You would be surprised how many actors from other countries are landing roles in American films and TV shows.
It's not just viewers and critics who get caught off guard by an actor's foreign background.
Mitch Glazer, creator of the wonderful Starz series "Magic City," was having a tough time casting the role of Lily Diamond. He auditioned hundreds of actresses but none brought the magic he needed for this character who heats up the Miami area in the early '60s.
"I had written this character to be kind of an Ava Gardner kind of character. But, Jessica Marais came in and she was blond, But she was so great. Her voice was just wonderful. At the end, she said good-bye with an Australian accent. I thought she was an American just doing an Australian accent and just figured she was just really good at doing accents. That's when I was told she was Australian," Glazer says.
All they had to do was change her hair color.

* With her dead-eyes gaze, perpetual frown etched on that broadish face like she smelling something really nasty and blessed with unique honkers, Jessica Marais will be certainly on my top-10 nude scenes of 2012. The talent from Australia shines even brighter when she is naked and writhing in the bed. Her acting skills is evident when she is getting doggied from behind and tits-sucked for good measure. Now hoping for a permanent stay in America. She is willing to go all the way in next season of Magic City. Yep. Full-frontal requires lots of focus and craftsmanship. Jess wants to lead the way for other young Aussie girls to succeed on raw talent alone. But she shouldn't worry. Hollywood are astounded by consummate professionalism shown by the Oz female artists in baring their soul and everything else.
Jess will be a star. But before she becomes the next Charlize Theron I want her to be on top ten nudes list for years to come. Feel sad for her future cuckolded husband James Stewart. When your woman claims she was shocked with the pregnancy and you're guilt into becoming stay-at-home day so she can realize her Hollywood ambition.....the relationship is pretty much doomed, bro. Give and take couple of years before Jess is humping some famous celebrity (please don't let it be Danny Huston. Jess seems to have Daddy issues though) and poor Jamie goes home dejected, rejected and ultimately liberated. Stay-at-home thingy is not for us men. The woman will eventually lose respect and sexual interest in you. No woman wants to fuck a guy holding a mop or clad in apron all the time or just lounging around the house all day. Worse case scenario she starts sleeping with perceived alpha male on-set (Jeffrey Dean Morgan will dump Hilarie Burton for Jess if Magic City goes beyond season two. The asshole oracle inside me keep projecting that visual of Jeff and Jess intertwined and very nude in the bed).
I truly feel Jess must and will tipped the balance back to American man when it comes to sex and love and marriage. We been romantically battered and somewhat embarrassed seeing so many of our female artists falling for the pretentious English-accent and annoying Aussie-slang. Anyway Jess pouty lips will soon wrap around an American cock. This Aussie pussy likes Yank junk. You been warned, James.
Don't forget to catch Jessica Marais in all her mummy-approved nude-glory in season two of Magic City coming in April 2013.


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Olympic swimming golden girl Stephanie Rice tweets racy bikini photos to celebrate her 24th birthday
IT may have gotten her into some hot water over the years but it seems the lure of social networking is just too strong for full-time swimmer and part-time poseur Stephanie Rice who has shared yet another racy image - this time in her birthday suit. Well sort of. 
Rice posted this image on Instagram earlier today, thanking her friend and swimwear designer Ellie Gonsalves for the bikini - a 24th birthday present (even though her birthday was June 17).
Initial fear that the spruiking of a alternative swimwear brand to Speedo might be a conflict of interests for Rice were laid to rest by her management, who informed us that; "No, Stephanie isn't an ambassador for Ellie Gonsalves, she just loves their stuff. She doesn't have any relationship with Speedo anymore so there are no restrictions there.'' Phew.
Rice's latest self-portrait follows a string of similarly revealing posts over the years - her most-famous remaining that policewoman's costume unveiled on Facebook back in 2008 and, more-recently her red cozzi, post-break-up portrait posted in Twitter soon after her split from Wallaby Quade Cooper.
Clearly the medley swimmer and Olympic hopeful subscribes to the motto of `If you've got it....''


* Wow. She oozes sensuality. It's obvious the Aussie missy is an attention-seeker, needy, confident about her body and comfortable in front of cam. Stephanie Rice could find herself in Hollywood after the end of an illustrious swimming career. The Aussie should be a hot property in America judging by the poses.



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Rita Hayworth, Gilda and The Real World
Before Audrey Hepburn captivated the nation with her waif like girl next door quality, and Marilyn Monroe dominated the role of "sex goddess" for the decade of the 50's, all eyes were on Rita Hayworth. She projected grace and sensuality. Her glorious red hair was on the scene at the perfect time for technicolor was rapidly becoming standard use in order to compete with the new medium, television.

Her real name was Margarita Carmen Casino. Born in 1918 to theatrical parents, Margarita learned to dance and toured with her family's dancing team. The Casino's were eventually lured to California by their interest in the movie industry, and Margarita began receiving small parts and sometimes was cast in large dance scenes.

In the glory days of Hollywood there was the fabulous studio system. Stars were paid weather they made a movie or not. This allowed studios to hire dancing teachers, singing professors and dialogue coaches. While the stars were not making a movie they were attending classes to better themselves as an actor. Through their long time theater connections the Casino's were able to have Margarita signed with 20th Century Fox. She was now appearing in "B" movies while taking acting, singing and dancing lessons that would prove to be valuable to her in years to come. She married Edward Judson, who by all accounts was an opportunist who wanted to fuel his own ambitions by riding Margarita's coat tails.

While the talent coaches at the studio worked on Margarita, the glamour experts were working their magic on transforming Margarita into Rita. It was decided that she have electrolysis done because her dark hair was very low and unrefined. To give her more of a forehead she had painful treatments for approximately one year until she emerged with a perfect hairline.

Once she had the right look Rita Hayworth was used for many publicity stunts, photos and promotions, while at the same time she was given a variety of roles in order to further develop her talent and poise.

She divorced her first husband in 1942, and married Orson Wells in 1943. He brought something new into her life. He had been hailed as a 'boy genius" and Rita was captivated by his intellect. They soon discovered that they were total opposites. Orson craved being surrounded by people, and Rita liked peace and quite. After having one child, Rebecca Wells, Rita filed for divorce.

By the early 40's she had good roles such as The Strawberry Blond, and Angels Over Broadway and Cover Girl. Then there was Gilda. The single movie that Rita Hayworth is best remembered for. She played a sexy, vampy, yet naive woman caught in a love triangle.

After Gilda was released, Rita was riding high with a succession of box office sensations, and took a trip to France. It was there that she met Prince Aly Khan. He was filthy rich, charming, and extravagant. Aly's relationship with Rita quickly became major news headlines, and they were quickly married in France with an Arabian Nights event. Rita's beautiful blue wedding dress was copied and sold thrughout the U.S.A.

Aly cheated on Rita, and never had any intention to be faithful to her even on their wedding day. Rita now longed for American values and the privacy that always eluded her. She divorced Aly and moved back to America.

Rita now had two children, Rebecca Wells, and Princess Yasmin, and she made the terrifying discovery that in the couple of years she was out of the country playing wife to Aly, Hollywood had changed drastically. It was the early 50's and Television was going strong, while the good old studio system was going bust. She felt out of place and insecure.

Winding Down 
Whereas in the past Rita was electric on screen, she often seemed dull now. She was past her prime, and lacking energy. During this treadmill time in her life she caused much confusion to the public and her family when she married Dick Haymes. This was to be a stormy marriage from the beginning, and it was not long before it was all over.

In the 60's she made several "B" movies and began having trouble memorizing her lines. She called her father in tears stating that she was unable to continue with stage performances because she could not easily recall her lines. Her sweet and professional father said "you have nothing to apologize for, you have had a long and successful career." Rita made only made guest appearances because she knew she was not up to working full time.
Rita Confused in Heathrow Airport
Rita Hayworth had a drinking problem throughout most of her life, and her Daughter Yasmin has stated that she witnessed her mother drinking often. Rita had always been emotionally insecure, and when the movie business would give her a hard time, a long drawn out drinking binge would follow.This was the cycle, when anything happened that could cause upset in her life, she would turn to drink. Yasmin was witnessing her mother flying into rants and belligerent outbursts, and she was shocked at witnessing what she thought to be her mother's alcoholic dementia so evident when she was actually only in her late 40's and early 50's.

In 1974 her two brothers died within one week of each other. This sent Rita spiraling into a drinking depression. Very little of Hayworth was heard from publicly until 1976 when Rita Hayworth was a major headline again. This time it was for being drunk and belligerent in a London airport. It was reported that Rita did not even know where she was, and had trouble remembering her name.

Sadly, know one was aware at the time, but Rita Hayworth was suffering from Alzheimer's Disease, which progresses slowly. The minor signs she was experiencing in the 60's were the early tell tale signs of her illness. It is believed that her earliest symptoms were showing at the age of 40.

Fortunately for Rita she had Yasmin, who took care of her mother up until the day she died in 1987. Rita was 68.

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Busty actress Meng Qian poses for Trend Sports
Mainland actress Meng Qian known as goddaughter of Hong Kong famous star Chow Yun Fat recently posed for a sports magazine, Trend Sports. In this fashion shoot, Meng Qian proudly showed off her busty figure once again.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The 28-year-old Beijing-born beauty with 38C-cup breasts was molested on a top-rated talk show, “Lady Guagua,” as a male member of the audience approached to her for autograph but suddenly grabbed her breast, who was wearing a low-cut dress at the time.




Meng Qian, Goddaughter of Chow Yun Fat, Kept by a Rich Businessman as a Mistress?
 
 
 

Last month (May 2012), the actress short text messages were exposed online after she lost her mobile phone. And one of her messages about dinner invitation (quoted below) has aroused netizens’ speculation that Jin Qiaoqiao might have undergone casting couch too like other female celebrities in the entertainment circle.

“Ms. Jin, our boss likes you very much. He is just wanting to have a dinner with you, and then stay alone together for a while. Money is not a problem for us, so you can just name a price, Ms. Jin. We will never make a counteroffer.”
For this case, Meng Qian published a post at her blog, defending Jin Qiaoqiao against criticisms. Her straight, outspoken remarks have aroused the heated discussions online. Many netizens expressed their support to her, and think that the celebrities should also have the rights for social intercourse like ordinary people.
The last line of Meng Qian’s post, stating that “小女子我只卖艺不卖身 (which literally means she is an artiste who only performs and entertains the public in the entertainment industry but never make a prositute of herself)”, especially has helped her win many more followers; as a consequence, her popularity soared drastically, and she was invited many times to different shows too.
Last month, Meng Qian joined Hunan Satellite TV Station’s fashion show “I am a great beauty” twice, showing off her long hair and beautiful leg. After that, Anhui Satellite TV Station and some other stations also sent the invitation to her. All of sudden, the phone number of Meng Qian’s agent became a hotline! It was reported too that Meng Qian’s new album is going to release in this June.
However recently, Meng Qian was caught holding hands with a middle-aged businessman at Beijing Auto Show to purchase luxurious cars. From the two’s initimate relationship, we can tell it is not simply a “dinner event (which refers to female celebrities drinking along with rich or powerful men in the dinner)” thing. Some netizens even pointed out this middle-aged man is a boss of a Group in Shangdong. Soon, the news that Meng Qian, goddaughter of Chow Yun Fat is kept as a paramour by a rich businessman was spread far and wide, and Meng Qian once again became a hot topic online.


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Remy LaCroix : porn's current 'It' girl and all-round cock-hound.

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From the Porn Piracy Files: Pornhub and YouPorn Owner Manwin Funds Fight Against Cyberlockers like Oron

The company behind YouPorn and PornHub has agreed to fund an anti-piracy outfit dedicated to bringing down ‘rogue’ cyberlockers and illicit file-sharing forums.

Speaking with TorrentFreak, the Adult Content Industry United Foundation says they will be using the money to cut off funding to cyberlockers in the hope that hitting them in the pocket brings them to their knees. But are cyberlockers and so-called ‘tube’ sites facing the same issues?


Ever since the Internet touched the average home, adult industry entrepreneurs have been raking in the money from their pay-sites. Conveniently secured behind the tightest of walls, these sites were a dream come true for businesses previously tied up in expensive print and cumbersome DVDs.


Then along came P2P file-sharing, particularly BitTorrent, which in the final half of the last decade turned the whole thing on its head to become porn enemy number one. But something much more threateningly accessible was on the horizon.


‘Tube’ sites, so named due to their similarities with YouTube, appeared thick and fast offering huge libraries of content previously uploaded by their users. Some of it was amateur material but much of it was pirated content owned by existing porn companies. Paysites had their sign-up processes and credit cards while Tube sites offered everything for free, and often just one click away.


While some studios initially chose to fight these ‘Tube’ sites, these days its common to see studios advertising on them, promoting content via short clips and longer offerings via partner programs. For example, YouPorn’s program claims to have 400 partners including big companies like Vivid.


But having partnered with the Tube sites, the studios had another problem to deal with – file-sharing forums that rely on cyberlocker sites to serve up illicit content to their users.


While these are often dealt with by companies such as Takedown Piracy who remove millions of links on behalf of the industry, earlier this year another anti-piracy outfit appeared with more aggressive aims.


According to XBIZ, the Adult Content Industry United Foundation (ACIUF) was formed by paysite-owning companies with the aim of cutting off piracy higher up the branch.


“We build a program which allows us to analyze a pirate,” said Siep R. Kuppens, president of International Media Company, the paysite owner leading the ACIUF.


“With this, we can see where they take the content, say to at least 60 smaller pirate sites. Kill the big ones and the little ones go as well. For example, if we prove that file hosting companies have stolen content, we can take proper action. The hosting company will have no other option than to block the site. If they pop up somewhere else, we will repeat the action. One by one we will go after them.”


Just this week, we learned that ACIUF has a familiar name in its sights – a cyberlocker called Oron. Among its other users, this file-hosting service is a favorite among uploaders of pornographic material and is used extensively by members of several adult-orientated file-sharing sites.


ACIUF’s Madalina Manolache told TorrentFreak that they intend to put Oron out of business by cutting off the site’s revenue by restricting its ability to sell premium accounts. To this end ACIUF applied pressure to the CCBill payment processor. It worked, and then some.


“[CCBill] can no longer provide transaction services to businesses operating a file locker model,” said Gary Jackson, CCBill’s managing vice president.


This week ACIUF stepped up the battle by going after Acquiro, Oron’s latest payment processor. ACIUF say that with support of Mastercard, Acquiro has now also withdrawn its services from Oron. Oron have reportedly already moved to a new company, but ACIUF say they will keep following them. Oron did not respond to a request for comment.


ACIUF say they have big ambitions which of course will cost money to realize, but according to the anti-piracy group, funding is not a problem. That is because – and this will certainly raise eyebrows – the cost of their operations has been covered by an interesting donor.


The cash has come from a company called Manwin, the owners of YouPorn, PornHub, XTube, Tube8, ExtremeTube and SpankWire. According to ACIUF, Manwin wanted to keep their involvement quiet, but ACIUF “decided to give Manwin the credit it deserves.”


“The Adult Content Industry United Foundation (ACIUF) is happy to announce Manwin’s support in the ACIUF fight against piracy, and illegal filehosting. With no other expectation than achieving the objectives, Manwin has made a standing donation that will help cover the operational cost,” ACIUF said in a statement.


What provokes discussion here is that Oron and ‘Tube’ sites face similar issues – both are at the mercy of their users when it comes to uploaded content. There can be little doubt that both Oron and sites like PornHub and YouPorn (and indeed YouTube) contain large amounts of infringing content. But what they have in common is that they all respond to DMCA takedowns in order to operate within the law.


Not surprisingly, ACIUF’s Madalina Manolache sees a difference between Tube sites and cyberlockers like Oron.


“Oron indeed uses the excuse the (stolen) content is uploaded by their users and they have no control over what is uploaded,” she told TorrentFreak.


“But the truth well-known by everyone is that they are paying those users (at least the big uploaders) for uploading the infringed content and asking money from others to download it; they are operating using a criminal business model. They are instigating users into uploading new and desired materials and they are doing it well – because they are paying good money.”


Of course, similar arguments have been made by other content owners against sites such as Megaupload, in which they insist that the mere existence of a user upload rewards program necessarily points to a business model hell-bent on infringement. Lawyers representing Megaupload bitterly dispute that assertion.


So that brings us back to the business models of sites like YouPorn and PornHub, that at least in their early days survived almost exclusively on content uploaded by users, much of it copyright infringing.


As noted earlier though, the atmosphere has changed since Manwin started sucking up Tube sites in 2010 and 2011, with the company now encouraging other tube site owners to help the adult industry through mechanisms such as partner programs, rather than “simply aiming to make content freely available to all.”


But even now, with Manwin apparently striving for tube-site legitimacy and seeming to make a decent job of it, sites such as PornHub still carry infringing content, content potentially belonging to ACIUF anti-piracy initiative members. So is there a conflict of interest on the cards?


ACIUF say that despite the cash donation from Manwin, apparently the company “did not require immunity” from ACIUF actions, although biting the hand that feeds may not be in the anti-piracy group’s interests.


“All we can say about this is when [Manwin] donates money to ACIUF to bring down major pirate sites and major cyberlockers, we will gladly use it to bring Oron down,” ACIUF conclude.


But when it comes to Oron, the hawks are already circling. On Wednesday, adult studio Corbin Fisher filed a $34.8 million copyright infringement against the site and its operators, XBIZ reports. 


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