Olivia Wilde, Zoe Saldana, and Aziz Ansari were up early on Thursday morning to announce the nominations for the 2014 Golden Globe Awards. 12 Years A Slave, Inside Llweyn Davis and American Hustle were among the top films nominated, while in the TV category, shows Breaking Bad, House of Cards and Modern Family each nabbed several noms. The ceremony will be held on January 12th. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will return as hosts.
See all of the nominations HERE
Beyonce unexpectedly released her fifth album on iTunes overnight, with 14 new songs and 17 music videos. The self-titled record also features guest spots from her husband Jay-Z and daughter Blue Ivy as well as others. "Surprise!" the 32-year-old wrote in a press release, adding she was "bored" of releasing music the traditional way. The instantaneous release means "I am able to speak directly to my fans," she continued. It also means her record is one of the few major releases of recent years not to leak in advance.
Preview some of the tracks HERE
Paul Walker's death put Fast & Furious 7 production at a standstill. The studio itself has remained mum about their plans for Paul's character, Brian O'Connor. But yesterday, a rumor surfaced online that Justin Bieber will take Paul's place. It's not true, and the culprit seems to be a parody trailer that was made months before Paul's death — which seems to have convinced many people that Justin will replace him in Fast & Furious 7. The video was made afterFast star Ludacris claimed that he would try to land his buddy Justin a role in the flick last summer, but as of now, there is absolutely no evidence that this casting "speculation" is accurate. It's a good thing, too — due to Twitter's intense reaction, it looks like the Biebs would not be anyone's number one choice.
Check out the trailer:
If you haven't seen the video, watch right after Striker scores the final touchdown at Bedlam last Saturday, an OSU male cheerleader attempted to trip Striker after the touchdown.
The cheerleader told OSU deputy athletic director Dave Martin that he was playfully sticking out his foot and not actually trying to trip the Sooner. But Martin didn’t find the act funny.
Martin said in a statement to the Big 12 that Oklahoma State “does not condone, physical or verbally abusive acts toward anyone working, attending or competing in our athletic events.”
Dave Martin did not specifiy what punishment will be delt, and the cheer squad is expected to be at the Cotton Bowl on Jan 3rd.
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