stars, sex and nudity buzz : 07/03/2012

http://www.vitadamamma.com/38458/sara-tommasi-sta-male-non-e-scappata-e-non-si-e-persa-in-autogril.html
Sara TommasiSara Tommasi mother : Sara is not missing. She is with us and recovering after undergoing drug therapy.
Sara Tommasi did not take part in an evening planned and organized around her appearance as a porn character. 
It happened on June 30.
Sara TommasiSara Tommasi's mother - Cynthia Cascianelli is concerned about the twisting of real facts regarding her daughter.
Below is the statement of Mrs. Cynthia:
It's false statement by Frederick De Vincenzo claiming my daughter Sara will appear at the show. She was with us and was in right mind. Frederick have been persistently phoning her despite Sara already told him she was unwell.
Sara Tommasi is possibly a victim of the modern mania of achieving celebs status by any means. Sara thought her body was the main selling gimmick like Paris and Kardashian and doing degrading stuff on-cam    will bring her success.
Sara suffering and downfall will be a lesson for all women that they have a vital role to play in today's society including in the arts and television. Embrace moral values balanced with solid temperament will make sure women are not exposed to easy manipulation.
Sara Tommasi











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Meat-Grinder Gore and Crotch Shots In Extremely NSFW ‘Paura’ Trailer
by MrDisgusting
On Saturday, August 25th, the UK Film4 FrightFest will premiere Manetti Brothers’ Paura 3D, which we teased in one of our preview pieces. The trailer is extremely NSFW with the most horrifying imagery being a Lebron James jersey.
When mechanic Ale overhears a conversation between a wealthy customer and the garage owner, he knows what he and his two best mates are going to do for the next few days. Marchese Lanzi wants his car serviced while he goes on a short holiday. and before long the trio move into his Rome villa intent on having a wild weekend in total luxury. But something is about to happen that will change their lives forever. Tender and savage, shocking and brutal, the Manetti Brothers pile on the Fear!
Paura 3D stars Peppe Servillo, Francesca Cuttica, Lorenzo Pedrotti, Domenico Diele and Claudio Di Biagio.



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Watch out for sexy screen siren Rachel Nichols and stunt queen turned actress Zoë Bell to go toe to toe in the new hard hitting film from director Josh C Waller, Quincy Pictures, and Cosmic Toast Studios.
Raze will be a full on action/horror fest, with much violence and bloodshed. The Movie is billed “as a female Fight Club Meets Hostel!
The film focuses on two women abducted and forced to fight for survival. Raze follows their lives along with 50 others, in deadly bare knuckle duels, while rich socialites watch. The slogan for Raze is “Fight Or Die”.
I adore nudity-dodger Rachel Nichols. Statuesque with icy countenance, fierce blue eyes and blessed with impressive mams. Conservative Rachel firmly believes her tits should only comes out for her partner and not for strangers to ogle at them. She finds on-screen female nudity exploitative. This Maine-native hates doing sex and nude scenes and avoids them at all costs. Remarkably her first real love scene was in Conan the Barbarian with body
double and all (according to IMDB). The Capricornian turned 32 in January and I have to say she is looking ravishing as ever. Hoping Raze turns out well. Nothing turns me on like chicks in wife-beaters beating the living shit out of each other.

Zoë Bell and Rachel Nichols answer fan questions

Another dream babe of mine Nicole Steinwedell  is also in the movie with outstanding female cast. Used to watch The Unit and later Breakout Kings just for her. So far the tall and gorgeous Nicole have resisted performing nude scenes but got a gut feeling she is one of those gals that surprises you by going full frontal in an indie flick or on a cable series. Keeps her age well-hidden but my best guess : 28-to-30.

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Kristen Stewart Admits Wanting Nude Sex Scenes in 'On The Road'--Robert Pattinson Shocked?

Two things about Kristen Stewart: Although she seldom really shocks, she never disappoints; and sometimes she actually pleasantly surprises. Recently, Robert Pattinson's lady admitted that she didn't mind doing the controversial nude sex scenes in her Cannes Film Festival nominated movie, On The Road. In fact, she confessed, she'd looked forward to filming the "racy" parts of the script. What's more, she'd already decided before shooting started that she didn't want to "stay safe" by doing "fake sex scenes." Yikes. Did Robert Pattinson know?
In a recent interview with Istoe Brazil as part of her On The Road Cannes press junket, KStew dished on what it felt like to strip down and get busy in front of the cameras. When asked about the totally nude scenes required of her as the uninhibited, sexually liberated Marylou, Kristen's replies were unhesitatingly honest and surprisingly mature. When asked if she "had some fear" about the sex sequences, she replied:
"On the contrary, I wanted to do the sex scenes. I like films that test my limits. It's a way to challenge myself, to leave the comfort zone. I confess that I have lived most interesting experiences in those four weeks of filming On The Road than in my normal life."
Yikes. Does that mean her reel life sexual experiences in On The Road were more exciting than her real life with RPattz? Oops.
Although La Stewart, as always, refused to dish on her relationship with the Cosmopolis man, she didn't hesitate to reveal how she felt about the fact that OTR's nudity wasn't actually full frontal. Interestingly enough, the possibility of having to expose her genitals on camera never bothered Stewart. In fact, she thought it would have made the sex scenes more authentic.
"I see actresses do ridiculous fake sex scenes in movies and then declare that they felt safe on the set," scoffed the Twilight heroine. "In most cases, the sequences sound fake, you can see that they are using strips of skin color to cover the breasts. I did not want to feel safe. It is much more interesting to see genuine sex scenes than a thing we realize that...is false. [I] always wanted to be closer to actual experience as possible."
So, there you have it. Kristen Stewart really is a refreshingly non-prudish actress determined to be true to herself and her craft.
Whether he knew about her feelings about on-camera nudity or not, Robert Pattinson should be proud.
You go, KStew girl.
© Hope Carson 2012


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Kandyse McClure Joins Cast Of ‘Hemlock Grove
Kandyse McClure has joined the cast of Hemlock Grove for Netflix. McClure will play Dr. Chausser, an animal behaviorist with a PHD with a history of self destruction. Netflix has exclusive rights to the 13-episode series, which tells the tale of a young girl’s murder set in a ravaged Pennsylvania steel town, and whose killer could be any one of several odd and frightening people – or creatures. Based on a novel by Brian McGreevy, Hemlock Grove stars Famke Janssen and Bill Skarsgard and is being produced by Gaumont International Television. Eli Roth is credited as both director and exec producer. Also exec producing are McGreevy, Lee Shipman Eric Newman and Michael Connolly. McClure was a series regular on NBC’s Persons Unknown and most recently wrapped a lead role in Brett Ratner’s Mother’s Day helmed by Darren Lynn Bousman. She can currently be seen on CBC’s Arctic Air. McClure is repped by Lucas Talent in Canada and managed by Kritzer Levine Wilkins Griffin Nilon.

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Five theories to explain Fifty Shades of Grey success
Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James

Do women love porn anyway and just needed something stronger? Does it reflect a world still dominated by men?
THERE were desperate attempts all round this weekend to explain the phenomenal success of Fifty Shades of Grey following the news that the S-and-M "romance" had become the fast-selling paperback of all time. Why are so many women buying - and apparently enjoying – a book in which the young heroine, Anastasia, falls for an older man who wants to spank and whip her?

Theory No 1: public were ready for something stronger
Marina Warner, the feminist writer and academic, believes the book's appeal suggests people now find it difficult to feel aroused in an era when the media have made sex and nudity so commonplace. She told The Observer: "There has been a general unveiling of the body in our culture and there is a connection between prohibition and arousal. It is in some way linked to our feelings about the sacred and the profane."
Fiona Davis, a director of the Ann Summers sex shop chain, says Fifty Shades "just proves what we know to be true – that the UK loves sex and wants more. We think erotica has always been bubbling under the mainstream surface and actually it is incredibly popular."

Theory No 2: it's still a man's world
Forensic psychotherapist Estela Welldon, author of Mother, Madonna, Whore, the Idealization and Denigration of Motherhood, says she's appalled by the huge appeal of E L James's trilogy.
"It is a terrible turning back of the clock for a book like this to have such enormous success," she told The Observer. "It is as if women are now trying to apologise for the success they have had in a man's world."
Marina Warner touched on the same issue, citing the 1979 essay The Sadeian Woman in which author Angela Carter suggested that the 18th century erotic novelist Marquis de Sade – who gave us the word sadism - mirrored the male-dominated hierarchy of his times. "A book like Fifty Shades of Grey can collude with the status quo, where men are still largely in charge, even though it appears to be playful," said Warner.

Theory No 3: it's a book for non-readers
Every so often a series of novels comes along – Bridget Jones is a previous example – that are bought in their millions by non-readers. In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, E L James – real name Erika Leonard – said that during a recent PR trip to the United States many fans told her the Fifty Shades trilogy were the first books they had read in years.
"That was the most extraordinary thing – the people who said they hadn't read a book in five, ten, 20 years, and they've read all my books in a week. One woman said it really made her want to encourage her children to read books. Hopefully not these books though!"

Theory No 4: it's an erotic sex manual
Despite the brutality/aggression evident in Christian Grey's demands of Anastasia, many women have told Erika Leonard that the book has helped spice up their sex lives. "People have said that to me... literally ... thank you for spicing up my love life, thank you for letting me try new things, thank you for releasing my inner goddess."
Fiona Davis at Ann Summers claims the trilogy's popularity has led to a boom in the sale of sex toys and erotic literature, with readers lining up to buy sexual aids features in the books. "Sales of jiggle balls, for example, have risen by 200 per cent," says the Observer.
According to a survey conducted for Glamour magazine, 90 per cent of British women say they can be turned on by porn, with 37 per cent admitting to going online to look at erotic images. However, the survey does not specifically investigate S-and-M.

Theory No 5: it's a substitute for housework
Craig Brown, reviewing the book for the Daily Mail, noted that the "action" only starts on page 78 – and even then it's only a kiss. "I moan into his mouth," says Anastasia, "giving his tongue an opening. He takes full advantage, expertly exploring my mouth . . . "
Writes Brown: "To me, this sounds closer to dentistry, or to a particularly demanding form of washing up, than to erotica. This is one of a number of passages in Fifty Shades which suggest that the author, chained to her typewriter, hard at work pounding out the porn, is, somewhere in the back of her mind, secretly entertaining fantasies about getting on with housework."

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Does 'Magic Mike' Prove That Female Audiences Are Now More Reliable Than Hollywood's Staple Teen Boy Targets?
by Oliver Lyttelton

For those who follow that sort of thing, this weekend was one of the more interesting in a while at the domestic box office. There were four films that broke the $25 million barrier in the same weekend, a first in history, for instance. There was the unusually precipitious drop for "Brave," a worrying sign for the once-untouchable animation factory Pixar. There was the continually impressive expansion for "Moonrise Kingdom."

But the most interesting tidbit came in the very upper reaches of the chart, with two fairly inexpensive, R-rated films:  Seth MacFarlane's "Ted," made for around $50 million, about the same amount as it took across three days in the U.S, and Steven Soderbergh's "Magic Mike," picked up Warner Bros for a mere $7 million in what's looking like the bargain of the year, took just shy of $40 million. Together, they serve as further demonstrations of what we said over a year ago -- that despite studios shying away from mid-budget movies for grown-ups, they're often smarter investments than tentpoles (something born up by films like "Safe House," "Think Like A Man," and "Contraband" all exceeding box office expectations earlier in the year).
But it's "Magic Mike" we particularly want to talk about, because it's another example of something that's become increasingly clear of late. Ever since "Star Wars," really, studios have been banking that young men between the ages of 13-25 (roughly) is where the money is, and the evidence has more than backed that up over the last 35 years, with superheroes and effects driven tentpoles being consistently the biggest moneymakers. This year, however, "The Avengers" aside (and more on that below), that hasn't really been borne out, with many of the films targeted specifically at that demographic underperforming. Indeed, of the year's top fifteen grossers so far only three -- "The Avengers," "Men In Black 3" and "Wrath Of The Titans" were targeted directly to that demographic (one could arguably include "21 Jump Street," "Ted" and "Prometheus," except that all three carried R-ratings).

What's more, even the ones that did bring in grosses have underperformed. Despite a decade of inflation and a 3D subsidy, "MIB3" is the lowest-grossing film of the franchise by $20 million; although it'll close the gap before its run ends. 'Titans' took half of what its 2010 predecessor made. " Battleship" and "John Carter" are already famous disasters. Even a highly profitable film like "Chronicle" was a sleeper hit, but barely passed $60 million -- a few years ago, it might have made much more.

It's not hard to come up with reasons why teen boys may not be coming to the movies in the droves they once did -- video games, piracy, rising prices, the shittiness of the product. We covered some of this last time. But what's perhaps more interesting is that the audience that seems to be stepping in. The way-above-expectations opening of "Magic Mike" is only the latest in a series of examples of female audiences -- and in particular, older female audiences -- being arguably more reliable than young men in terms of actually turning out at the box office.
 
Of course, women have been behind plenty of box office smashes in history; we're pretty sure thirteen year old boys weren't behind the audience of "Gone With The Wind," which, adjusted for inflation, is the biggest film in history. "Titanic" was another similar success. But still these kind of films remained the outliers, and the failures of films like "Catwoman" and "Aeon Flux" led to some studio executive types declaring that any film that wasn't a rom-com led by a woman was pretty much doomed to failure.

 Last year was full of the usual sequels and superhero fare, but it was worth noting that of the three original films in the top 20 domestic grossers, two -- "The Help" and "Bridesmaids," which each took a whopping $170 million -- were aimed at women (animation "Rio" was the third). So far this year, "The Vow" and "Think Like A Man" (which connected massively with another underserved demographic, African-American audiences) have been big hits, and "Magic Mike," while frontloaded, should join them in the upper reaches of the yearly chart, and films like "Hope Springs" (which should capitalize on the same audience that made "Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" an astonishing sleeper hit), "Pitch Perfect," "Les Miserables," "The Great Gatsby" and "The Guilt Trip" all have strong chances of joining them.

And as if to prove those executives all those years ago deeply wrong, four of the biggest action-adventure films of the year -- "Brave," "Snow White and The Huntsman," "Prometheus" and the massive "The Hunger Games" -- featured strong, impressive female leads. Even "The Avengers" featured a well-rounded female character, and it converted into 40% of the audience on opening weekend being women. Assuming that carried across the film's entire run, that translates into something like $240 million worth of ticket sold. And all this while films like "Battleship" and "John Carter" have tanked.
And this week's "The Amazing Spider-Man" is a good indication of where things might be headed. Early reports when it was announced that the film was going to be rebooted were that Sony were aiming for a "Twilight" style take, and that's actually kind of borne out by Marc Webb's film, which, as our review said, fares much better with the romance than it does with the action. The comic book geeks haven't been responding especially well to the film, but anecdotally, we know that women have been more impressed. We're not sure we'd go quite as far as to say that it's the first superhero film aimed at women (marketing has been chasing kids -- and overgrown kids -- more), but it does feel like that's the film that Webb set out to make.

It would be nice if a single one of the female-driven hits was actually directed by a woman ("Brave" was co-helmed by Brenda Chapman, but she was fired halfway through the shoot), but we'll take the baby steps for now. And while the myth that female-driven event movies are box office poison has finally been put to bed, it should be noted that audiences won't tolerate being condescended to (please see the lukewarm reception to "What To Expect When You're Expecting" -- though, much of that marketing seemed overly focused on getting dudes in the theater, which also may have been an issue). And we increasingly feel that the evidence is there that if studios want to sleep a little better at night, it's worth them easing off the relentless targeting of teenage boys, and start courting the ladies. But what do you think? Is this summer merely an oddity? Are we reading too much into this all? Weigh in in the comments section.

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MBC's The Shocking Reality About Relationships With Foreigners 
This is really..a really disgusting portrayal of foreigners by MBC, the kinds of things you deal with as foreigner in Korea (sometimes). Don't shoot the messenger, I am just reposting what the station produced.

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Raunchy lingerie collection quickens pulses at Paris show
PARIS (AFP) - A one-time call-girl got the Paris fashion pack hot under the collar with a delectably naughty lingerie line unveiled on the sidelines of the haute couture shows.
Zahia Dehar made global headlines in 2010 when it emerged the French-Algerian was offered up for sex with the footballer Franck Ribery and co-players as a birthday 'gift", aged just 16, prompting a vice probe into the French squad.
Now aged 20, the young woman has reinvented herself as a lingerie couturiere, winning high-profile support from Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld who shot the official pictures for her first collection unveiled in Paris in January.
For her second line, showcased on Monday night, gorgeous models stepped out of a giant United States-style refrigerator, their bodies adorned - barely - with crystals, minute G-strings, tiny tassels and wisps of lace on the nipple by way of bras. 
 
 
 
 
 


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A Final Farewell to Kodak Ektachrome
by Chris Gampat on July 3, 2012

It’s over. Kodak Ektachrome has been discontinued for a little while from my writing and publishing this piece. The company officially declared it the replacement for their legendary Kodachrome film. But as a guy that shot it for years, I never saw it that way. Instead, I always saw it as the sleeper hit film that no one ever paid much attention. While it wasn’t mentioned often, it was still absolutely beautiful.
Though, rolls of the film can still be bought, I’ve personally decided to not become one of those shooters that hoards loads of it in my freezer: instead giving way to chicken and other films that I have lined up for personal projects. My last two rolls of Ektachrome was spent on the Mermaid Day Parade amongst other things recently in NYC, and the images I shot will always remind me of its beautiful colors.
This post is a simple collection of my favorite photos from that roll of film. Big thanks to the Lomography company for the excellent processing and scanning job that they did.

















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Nude Photo ‘Sexts’ Sent by One in Four Teens, Study Finds

More than a quarter of American teenagers sent nude photos of themselves electronically, and those who engaged in ‘sexting’ were almost twice as likely as their peers to have had sex, researchers found.
About half of almost 1,000 students ages 14 to 19 from seven public high schools in Texas said they had been asked to send a naked photo electronically, according to a study published today in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. Another third reported asking someone else to send them a nude picture.
The study found the 28 percent of teens who exchanged nude messages were more likely to have sex. Pediatricians and other adults should ask about sexual messaging to screen for other sexual behavior, said Jeff Temple, a researcher from University of Texas Medical Branch Health in Galveston and the study’s lead author.
“These messages are really important to adolescents,” said Megan Moreno, a University of Wisconsin adolescent medical specialist whose editorial about the connection between online and offline behavior accompanies the study. “I think we’ll want to think about how do we provide education about it and how do we provide prevention.”
More boys asked for a ‘sext,’ though the same percentage of boys and girls had sent one, according to the study.
Of girls who had sent a nude message, more than 77 percent reported having had sex. For those who had never sent a naked photo, 42 percent said they had had sex. For boys, those numbers were 82 percent compared with 45 percent.
Girls’ Activity
Teen girls who sent the images were more likely to have multiple partners or use drugs and alcohol before sex, though the same was not true for boys.
“The main implications are that sexting is prevalent, that it’s common,” Temple said today in a telephone interview. “If we know that they’re more likely to have sex, then maybe that gives the pediatrician or the parent information to start a conversation,” he said.
Asking for and sending nude photos was most prevalent among white non-Hispanics and black teens, the study found.
White, black and Hispanic students each accounted for about 30 percent of study participants. All respondents were sophomores or juniors.
More older teens reported ‘sexting,’ and 16- to 17-year- olds were most likely to have been asked to send a naked photo.
Age Effect
“There is a very strong age effect. The older the person, the more likely,” said Donald Strassberg, a University of Utah psychology professor who researched sexting in a study published earlier this year.
In Strassberg’s study, which appeared in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, about 20 percent of teens at a private school reported sending text message photos of genitals or breasts. Another telephone survey published in the journal Pediatrics put the number at as little as 2.5 percent.
“Different samples come up with different results,” Strassberg said. “Part of it depends on the specific question that was asked.”
The growing number of sexting studies in the result of media attention that has sparked researcher’s curiosity, Strassberg said.
“I think it just became apparent to more researchers that ‘hey, we don’t really have a good idea of how prevalent this is,’” he said. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Jeanna Smialek in New York at jsmialek@bloomberg.net


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Too much time on my hands...........

 










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