Justin Bieber was detained at LAX Airport after arriving on a flight from Asia on Thursday afternoon (April 24) in Los Angeles.

The 20-year-old singer has been getting questioned by U.S. Immigration officials for the last two hours inside the airport’s Tom Bradley International Terminal, according to E! News.

Justin‘s bodyguards and entourage have been waiting around for him outside while he has been in the questioning room.

This new development comes a week after the White House responded to a petition to have Justin deported from the country. The letter was in response to the singer’s arrest for DUI in Miami back in January. source

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Kate Beckinsale on set of her new movie 'Absolutely Anything' on 4/23/2014:

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Emmy Rossum out and about on 4/22/2014:

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The folks behind Salem have turned to a very logical person to provide a creepy song for their witch drama: Marilyn Manson. (Sure, Stevie Nicks wouldn’t have a bad choice either, but then again, she’s aligned with a different coven, American Horror Story.) The shock rocker’s new tune “Cupid Carries a Gun” can be heard this Sunday as part of the new opening titles for WGN America’s 17th-century-set drama about the Salem witch trials.

“Cupid Carries a Gun” was the final track finished for Manson’s new album, and Salem composer Tyler Bates, who worked on the album with Manson and co-wrote the song, thought it was a fit for the show, which premiered last weekend. Apparently, the singer agreed. “The occult and witchcraft is so often used in cinema with a heinous disregard for even researching its origins,” says Manson. “However, I liked the themes of Salem. It looks at the witch trials without being cliche like most modern films.”

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Relativity Media and The Weinstein Company have set Feb. 20 as the U.S. release date for Natalie Portman’s indie Western “Jane Got a Gun.”

It’s the first title to land on the date.

“Jane” had originally been dated for Aug. 29, but was pulled from that date two weeks ago when Relativity decided to slot Pierce Brosnan’s “November Man” for Aug. 27.

Portman stars a woman who asks an ex-lover, portrayed by Joel Edgerton, for help to save her outlaw husband from a gang out to kill him. Noah Emmerich plays the husband and Ewan McGregor portrays the gang leader.

Relativity and TWC acquired “Jane” last year at Cannes. Gavin O’Connor directed, replacing Lynne Ramsay as director just before shooting was to start in New Mexico.


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NBCUniversal has optioned El Senor de los Cielos, Telemundo's highest-rated novela last season, averaging 2.3 million viewers nightly. And USA is developing the upcoming Mujer de Acero.

These are not the only example of company synergy between Telemundo and NBCUni properties. But this is the fist time that NBC and USA have optioned content from Telemundo novelas.

El Senor de los Cielos is the story of Aurelio Casillas, one of the most prominent Mexican drug lords from the 1990s, whose ambition was to be the richest and powerful men in Mexico. It generated more than 35 million views on Telemundo.com, spurring a seven-part web companion series -- El Capitulo Secreto -- that bridged the first season cliffhanger with the second season.

The telenovela is a widely popular and enduring genre. The series can run for just a handful of episodes or more than 100, airing weeknights and ending with a cliffhanger to hook audiences. In an increasingly time-shifted universe, telenovelas are still overwhelmingly viewed live.

“Developing this hugely popular telenovela allows us to not only showcase the great plotlines and stories that have captured Spanish-speaking audiences in an English-language adaptation, but it gives us the great opportunity to work hand in hand with our NBCUniversal partners at Telemundo,” said Jennifer Salke, president, NBC Entertainment.


Tatiana Maslany’s astounding portrayal of 11 incredibly diverse clones on BBC America’s Orphan Black has turned her into one of the most talked about actors — and there is one person the 28-year-old consistently cites for helping her bring this award-winning role to life: Kathryn Alexandre.

“I could cry thinking about her,” Maslany said of Alexandre, her Orphan Black clone double, during a Screen Actors Guild Foundation interview. “She’s so amazing. She memorizes all of the lines, all of my blocking, all of her blocking, my mannerisms, my impulses; she, somehow, memorizes all of that and gives it back to me with a performance I can play off of.”

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Ray Fisher, primarily a stage actor, has joined the cast of Zack Snyder's Batman vs. Superman in the role of Victor Stone, aka Cyborg. Variety has the news, reporting that the role is not a significant one, but one that paves the way for future big screen appearances by the Justice Leaguer.

Cyborg made his first appearance in 1980's "DC Comics Presents" #26. In the "New 52" continuity, he's a high school athlete who, after getting caught in a S.T.A.R. Labs explosion, is given powerful bionic abilities that lead to him becoming a founding member of the Justice League.

Fans might recall Fisher's name from recent casting rumors surrounding J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII. There is still no confirmation or denial as to whether or not Fisher may be joining that franchise as well.

Fisher joins an all star cast for the expected DC film coming May 6, 2016.

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On a cold night in January, George R.R. Martin sits inside the Jean Cocteau Cinema, a revival theater that he owns in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he has lived since 1979. The Cinema had been showing the first three seasons of HBO's megahit series Game of Thrones, which is based on Martin's still-in-the-works saga A Song of Ice and Fire. After viewing the ninth episode, "Baelor," in which the story's apparent hero, Ned Stark, is unexpectedly beheaded, with the screen falling to black, Martin sits quietly for several moments, then says, "As many times as I've watched this, it still has great effect. Of course for me, there's so much more to the books."

And much more to come: The Song of Ice and Fire cycle – first published in 1996 – currently stands at five volumes, with two more books ahead. Those final works, though, won't be anytime soon. Because Martin is a meticulous and slow writer, it is likely that years will pass before we learn the fates of Daenerys and her dragons, the recriminatory Lannister siblings and the shellshocked progeny in the Stark family. There is even the chance that the HBO series might arrive at key plot points before the books do, and though Martin once dismissed that possibility, he's now mindful of it. "I better get these books done," he tells me, on a drive through the streets of Santa Fe.

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Lord Jamar not sure if he would have been offended by a Korean person dressed in Blackface.

Brand Nubian rapper Lord Jamar was questioned by Vlad TV about a Korean man who was pictured in blackface in a photograph with Snoop Dogg, which went viral at the top of this year. While addressing the picture, Jamar first informed those watching that with his travel overseas he’s noticed that people in Asia “worship” black culture.

He then went on to state that because of their infatuation with black culture, the man who was dressed in blackface may have been paying tribute to black culture rather than mocking it.

“From going overseas and shit like that, I happen to know that Asian people—I mean, I’ve never been in Korea, but I’ve been to Japan. And I know they straight up worship some black shit,” Lord Jamar said. “So, when I see an Asian do something like that I honestly feel in my mind that it’s more out of reverence. And trying to actually salute in a way. Rather than a mockery and some sort of—as if a white person here in America did. You understand? Their whole history with it is totally different…They really might have dressed up thinking they were going to impress Snoop with that.”

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