Kelley Li's Interracial Fiction & Fan-Fiction

TALK TO ME   39. Black. American. Multi-cultural Heritage.Bisexual.Anomaly. Unique. Single Mom of Biracial Autistic Tween Son.

Supporter of all kinds of interracial relationships (IRL or Fiction).

Supporter of:
Asexual.Bisexual.Heterosexual.Homosexual.Polysexuality.Pansexuality.Transgender. Any Sexual orientation.

I love all genres of music. From Acapella to Zydeco and in between, even Country. I just don't like everyone who makes an album or calls themselves a 'musician' or a 'singer'.

This is a blog where I ship Amber Riley, Roughley,Mercedes Jones, Samcedes,All the Cedes ships,All the Riley ships, Interracial Relationships of all kinds-whether real or fictional relationships.


I still ship and will forever ship SAMCEDES & AMBER RILEY!

WARNING: AND THIS IS NOT A SPOILER-FREE ZONE OF ANY KIND!

AND THIS IS AN AMBER RILEY /MERCEDES JONES/SAMCEDES/BLACK WOMEN IN INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS (WHETHER FICTION OR NON-FICTION) WORSHIP BLOG AS WELL!

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    George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin’s Venice, Italy, wedding weekend is over, but now comes the fun part: the first pictures!…..click the pic for more…

    George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin’s Venice, Italy, wedding weekend is over, but now comes the fun part: the first pictures!…..click the pic for more…

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    whiteboysdatingblackgirls:

    "The heart of the piece is this love story between Alan and Constance which defies all of the prejudices of his mother, and although he’s not religious he respects Constance’s religious passion."

    "Their love is colour-blind and classless; it’s about these two people who love each other.

    "It’s almost like Romeo and Juliet. It’s right up my street - I’m a romantic at heart. "

    -Andrew Lincoln on Canterbury Tales: The Man of Law’s Tale


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    this movie is for you Belinda.

    Yeah, nastynat76, I’m definitely gonna check it out…

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    There’s no doubt about it, Liam Gallagher is the cutest of all the Gallagher’s.

    but have you seen ian/??? 

    Of course we’ve seen Ian & while there is no denying that Ian, along with Lip & Fiona, are supremely good looking, Liam is without a doubt the most adorable Gallagher.

    With that being said we love all the Gallaghers.

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    ABC’s black-ish Casts Jenifer Lewis as Anthony Anderson’s Mother

You can’t spell “smother” without “mother” — a lesson that will be abundantly clear now that Jenifer Lewis (Meet the Browns, Strong Medicine) has boarded black-ish in the recurring role of Dre’s (Anthony Anderson) overbearing mom. Lewis’ character Ruby is described as follows: “She smothers pork chops with gravy, Dre with love, and would like to […]

    ABC’s black-ish Casts Jenifer Lewis as Anthony Anderson’s Mother

    You can’t spell “smother” without “mother” — a lesson that will be abundantly clear now that Jenifer Lewis (Meet the Browns, Strong Medicine) has boarded black-ish in the recurring role of Dre’s (Anthony Anderson) overbearing mom. Lewis’ character Ruby is described as follows: “She smothers pork chops with gravy, Dre with love, and would like to […]

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    Jennifer Love Hewitt’s “Fearless” Agent and a Jane Lynch Return? 7 Teases for Criminal Minds Season 10

Erica Messer can’t think of a more perfect day for Criminal Minds to turn 10.

"Episode 10.1 airs on 10/1. How cool is that?" Messer tells TVGuide.com. "It wasn’t planned. We didn’t know that until we started back up and we were well in the swing of things, and [CBS] mentioned that the premiere would be a little later than usual because of Extant and Survivor. So it’s great timing."


But for Messer, “seven” is the magic number for Season 10. After Jeanne Tripplehorn left the series in the Season 9 finale, Messer told TVGuide.com at the time that she wasn’t sure if they would replace her or just stick with the remaining six BAU members. “It was a really big, long conversation with the network and the studio, and they said, ‘Let’s go ahead and try to find someone new,’” she says.

Enter Jennifer Love Hewitt as Kate Callahan. The actress was not only on the top of the network’s list because of her days on Ghost Whisperer, but she and Messer go way back to Party of Five.

"I knew her many, many moons ago at Party of Five,’" Messer says with a laugh."So it was sort of, ‘Well, she just had a baby. We don’t know if she wants to go back to work or not.’ I sat down with her and caught up and it was like no time had passed. I then told her that the show is different from what she’s been doing because what she’s been doing is being No. 1 on the call sheet, having to be there 14 hours a day every day. … I think it was the combination of the actors on the show and the idea of doing something different. She has never fought crime like this. She’s an amazing addition. She’s laughing it up with the cast and crew and certainly believable as an FBI agent on screen. It’s been a breath of fresh air for us."

But just who is Kate Callahan? What’s her secret? Get the scoop and more from Messer below.

1. Undercover boss
Kate is not who you think she is when we first meet her. That’s because she’s undercover collaring a perp before she heads to the BAU to interview with Hotch (Thomas Gibson), who hires her on the spot. “You see her interacting with a criminal in a way you don’t see our team doing it, which is she has to act like she enjoys being with this person before turning the tables on him,” Messer says. “One of the things she says to Hotch is, ‘It takes me a couple of months to catch one offender. You catch a new one every week. How do you do that and how do you not let it take over your life?’ She’s got to adapt to that skill set, which we’ll see throughout the season.”

2. Kate’s secret
Like the introduction of Blake (Tripplehorn), Kate has a mysterious backstory that viewers will get a peek at when we follow her home at the end of the season premiere. But unlike Blake, hers won’t be tied to an unsub or even keep you guessing that long. Hotch and Rossi (Joe Mantegna) already know her secret, which involves a plane crash, and she will tell Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) in the third episode. “Something pretty tragic happened in her life, but she wasn’t a victim necessarily,” Messer says. “Her secret is not like Blake’s at all. She’s been dealt a hand that most people aren’t dealt. There’s no secret in that, but she also doesn’t want it to be what defines her, certainly to the rest of the team.” The event is also partially what spurred Kate on to become an FBI agent. “She was on her way there with her psychology degree, but this happened at a very important time in her life,” Messer says. “It was her trigger, so to speak, and it informs why she’s as strong as she is. She’s very tough, smart and fearless.” 


3. The long road to recovery
As we previously reported, Garcia (Kristen Vangsness) will be suffering from PTSD as a result of shooting the pseudo-nurse who tried to poison Reid in the season finale. In the second episode, she will meet with the guy in prison and get some closure, but look for it to pop up again. “[Meeting him] will certainly help, but I don’t think you move on from traumatic events completely, so it will come up here and there,” Messer says. “Morgan and Hotch really try to help her.” In better PTSD news, Reid will not fall back on Dilaudid after his brush with death in the finale. “He becomes even wiser,” Messer says. “You see how he’s dealing with it, but there’s nothing tragic. That’s definitely by design. He’s had a lot of tragedy, so maybe the surprising thing is we don’t go there.”

4. Jane Lynch is (maybe) back!
It’s been six years since we last saw Reid’s schizophrenic mom Diana, but now that Glee is ending — with a shortened season at that — chances are looking very up for her to finally return. “We’ve been teased throughout the years that we could have her. We don’t want to get our hopes up again, but we’re starting to think of ideas,” Messer says, adding that a return would not occur until the second half of the season. Diana was most recently mentioned last year, when Reid learned that she’s been doing well and went on a supervised trip to the Grand Canyon. Because of that, Messer wants her return to be in a similarly positive vein. (Maybe she’s released from Bennington Sanitarium?) “The thing that brings her back can’t be sad and heartbreaking. We’ve seen that already,” she says. “We need to have a big splash to bring her back and we want to arc out what that could be.”

5. Don’t scratch
The season’s still young, but Messer promises that the fourth episode is the show’s “grossest episode yet.” There’s not much in the way of blood and gore, but the hour, titled “The Itch,” will be heavy on creepy crawlers, as it follows an unsub who believes he has cockroach larvae in his body. “He tortures people with live cockroaches because he wants them to believe him,” Messer says. “We had 1,500 live cockroaches on set. The psychological torture of this one is victim and audience alike! I kept squirming and closing my eyes when I watched it. It will creep people out!”


6. A love letter for you — yes, you!
To celebrate the big 1-0, Messer is planning a major midseason episode — similar to last season’s 200th episode — that will have many callbacks and possibly old faces from the last nine years. “I can’t talk about it yet, but I’ve got an idea. It’s going to be a giant team episode because those are my favorite,” she says. “It’s going to be a love letter to fans who’ve been with us all 10 years.”

7. Replicating The Replicator (story line)
For the second time ever, the series will feature a season-long unsub, who will be introduced at the end of the premiere after the BAU thinks they’ve closed the case of the week, which involves human limb collecting. Technically, they do solve the case, since the new, overarching one spans beyond chopping off some arms and legs. (Hint: It involves a wide-reaching network.) “The unsub is only part of the puzzle,” Messer teases. After touching on the case midway through the season, Messer plans to wrap up the story line in the last two episodes. “It will culminate in the finale. We try to break our last two episodes of the year as a movie. We know pretty much how Part 1 would end and how the finale would end. You’ll probably think one thing [after you see the premiere], but it’s bigger than you think.”

Criminal Minds airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on CBS.

    Jennifer Love Hewitt’s “Fearless” Agent and a Jane Lynch Return? 7 Teases for Criminal Minds Season 10

    Erica Messer can’t think of a more perfect day for Criminal Minds to turn 10.

    "Episode 10.1 airs on 10/1. How cool is that?" Messer tells TVGuide.com. "It wasn’t planned. We didn’t know that until we started back up and we were well in the swing of things, and [CBS] mentioned that the premiere would be a little later than usual because of Extant and Survivor. So it’s great timing."


    But for Messer, “seven” is the magic number for Season 10. After Jeanne Tripplehorn left the series in the Season 9 finale, Messer told TVGuide.com at the time that she wasn’t sure if they would replace her or just stick with the remaining six BAU members. “It was a really big, long conversation with the network and the studio, and they said, ‘Let’s go ahead and try to find someone new,’” she says.

    Enter Jennifer Love Hewitt as Kate Callahan. The actress was not only on the top of the network’s list because of her days on Ghost Whisperer, but she and Messer go way back to Party of Five.

    "I knew her many, many moons ago at Party of Five,’" Messer says with a laugh."So it was sort of, ‘Well, she just had a baby. We don’t know if she wants to go back to work or not.’ I sat down with her and caught up and it was like no time had passed. I then told her that the show is different from what she’s been doing because what she’s been doing is being No. 1 on the call sheet, having to be there 14 hours a day every day. … I think it was the combination of the actors on the show and the idea of doing something different. She has never fought crime like this. She’s an amazing addition. She’s laughing it up with the cast and crew and certainly believable as an FBI agent on screen. It’s been a breath of fresh air for us."

    But just who is Kate Callahan? What’s her secret? Get the scoop and more from Messer below.

    1. Undercover boss
    Kate is not who you think she is when we first meet her. That’s because she’s undercover collaring a perp before she heads to the BAU to interview with Hotch (Thomas Gibson), who hires her on the spot. “You see her interacting with a criminal in a way you don’t see our team doing it, which is she has to act like she enjoys being with this person before turning the tables on him,” Messer says. “One of the things she says to Hotch is, ‘It takes me a couple of months to catch one offender. You catch a new one every week. How do you do that and how do you not let it take over your life?’ She’s got to adapt to that skill set, which we’ll see throughout the season.”

    2. Kate’s secret
    Like the introduction of Blake (Tripplehorn), Kate has a mysterious backstory that viewers will get a peek at when we follow her home at the end of the season premiere. But unlike Blake, hers won’t be tied to an unsub or even keep you guessing that long. Hotch and Rossi (Joe Mantegna) already know her secret, which involves a plane crash, and she will tell Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) in the third episode. “Something pretty tragic happened in her life, but she wasn’t a victim necessarily,” Messer says. “Her secret is not like Blake’s at all. She’s been dealt a hand that most people aren’t dealt. There’s no secret in that, but she also doesn’t want it to be what defines her, certainly to the rest of the team.” The event is also partially what spurred Kate on to become an FBI agent. “She was on her way there with her psychology degree, but this happened at a very important time in her life,” Messer says. “It was her trigger, so to speak, and it informs why she’s as strong as she is. She’s very tough, smart and fearless.”


    3. The long road to recovery
    As we previously reported, Garcia (Kristen Vangsness) will be suffering from PTSD as a result of shooting the pseudo-nurse who tried to poison Reid in the season finale. In the second episode, she will meet with the guy in prison and get some closure, but look for it to pop up again. “[Meeting him] will certainly help, but I don’t think you move on from traumatic events completely, so it will come up here and there,” Messer says. “Morgan and Hotch really try to help her.” In better PTSD news, Reid will not fall back on Dilaudid after his brush with death in the finale. “He becomes even wiser,” Messer says. “You see how he’s dealing with it, but there’s nothing tragic. That’s definitely by design. He’s had a lot of tragedy, so maybe the surprising thing is we don’t go there.”

    4. Jane Lynch is (maybe) back!
    It’s been six years since we last saw Reid’s schizophrenic mom Diana, but now that Glee is ending — with a shortened season at that — chances are looking very up for her to finally return. “We’ve been teased throughout the years that we could have her. We don’t want to get our hopes up again, but we’re starting to think of ideas,” Messer says, adding that a return would not occur until the second half of the season. Diana was most recently mentioned last year, when Reid learned that she’s been doing well and went on a supervised trip to the Grand Canyon. Because of that, Messer wants her return to be in a similarly positive vein. (Maybe she’s released from Bennington Sanitarium?) “The thing that brings her back can’t be sad and heartbreaking. We’ve seen that already,” she says. “We need to have a big splash to bring her back and we want to arc out what that could be.”

    5. Don’t scratch
    The season’s still young, but Messer promises that the fourth episode is the show’s “grossest episode yet.” There’s not much in the way of blood and gore, but the hour, titled “The Itch,” will be heavy on creepy crawlers, as it follows an unsub who believes he has cockroach larvae in his body. “He tortures people with live cockroaches because he wants them to believe him,” Messer says. “We had 1,500 live cockroaches on set. The psychological torture of this one is victim and audience alike! I kept squirming and closing my eyes when I watched it. It will creep people out!”


    6. A love letter for you — yes, you!
    To celebrate the big 1-0, Messer is planning a major midseason episode — similar to last season’s 200th episode — that will have many callbacks and possibly old faces from the last nine years. “I can’t talk about it yet, but I’ve got an idea. It’s going to be a giant team episode because those are my favorite,” she says. “It’s going to be a love letter to fans who’ve been with us all 10 years.”

    7. Replicating The Replicator (story line)
    For the second time ever, the series will feature a season-long unsub, who will be introduced at the end of the premiere after the BAU thinks they’ve closed the case of the week, which involves human limb collecting. Technically, they do solve the case, since the new, overarching one spans beyond chopping off some arms and legs. (Hint: It involves a wide-reaching network.) “The unsub is only part of the puzzle,” Messer teases. After touching on the case midway through the season, Messer plans to wrap up the story line in the last two episodes. “It will culminate in the finale. We try to break our last two episodes of the year as a movie. We know pretty much how Part 1 would end and how the finale would end. You’ll probably think one thing [after you see the premiere], but it’s bigger than you think.”

    Criminal Minds airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on CBS.

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    Yahoo Celebrity's Best Person on the Internet This Month: Why Emma Watson Won September →
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    She wasn’t just a sweet mother of three! Shirley Bennett, we will miss you.
Sad news today, Greendale fans: Yvette Nicole Brown is not returning for Community Season 6 on Yahoo Screen due to personal reasons. Her father is sick, and she’s stepping away to take care of him. Community creator Dan Harmon and executive producer Chris McKenna commented, saying: “Yvette was an integral part of Community and is irreplaceable. We are sad to see her go and wish her the very best.”

Her Jesus-loving, purse-toting, nicety-spouting character Shirley Bennett will not soon be forgotten. Here’s a look at the many faces of Shirley, from singer to 8-bit killer.

Shirley, the Jesus lover with a phenomenal voice. And we’re not talking about her “sexy” Miss Piggy voice either — any time Shirley sang (about God or just about singing in a parody) it was an instant rewind-and-see-her-in-action-again kind of moment…..

    She wasn’t just a sweet mother of three! Shirley Bennett, we will miss you.
    Sad news today, Greendale fans: Yvette Nicole Brown is not returning for Community Season 6 on Yahoo Screen due to personal reasons. Her father is sick, and she’s stepping away to take care of him. Community creator Dan Harmon and executive producer Chris McKenna commented, saying: “Yvette was an integral part of Community and is irreplaceable. We are sad to see her go and wish her the very best.”

    Her Jesus-loving, purse-toting, nicety-spouting character Shirley Bennett will not soon be forgotten. Here’s a look at the many faces of Shirley, from singer to 8-bit killer.

    Shirley, the Jesus lover with a phenomenal voice. And we’re not talking about her “sexy” Miss Piggy voice either — any time Shirley sang (about God or just about singing in a parody) it was an instant rewind-and-see-her-in-action-again kind of moment…..

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    Paris (AFP) - Wildlife numbers have plunged by more than half in just 40 years as Earth’s human population has nearly doubled, a survey of over 3,000 vertebrate species revealed on Tuesday….

    Paris (AFP) - Wildlife numbers have plunged by more than half in just 40 years as Earth’s human population has nearly doubled, a survey of over 3,000 vertebrate species revealed on Tuesday….

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    The use of online personality tests by employers has surged in the past decade as they try to streamline the hiring process……

    The use of online personality tests by employers has surged in the past decade as they try to streamline the hiring process……

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    DALLAS – A man who recently arrived in Texas from Liberia has been confirmed as having the first case of Ebola to be diagnosed in the U.S……..

    DALLAS – A man who recently arrived in Texas from Liberia has been confirmed as having the first case of Ebola to be diagnosed in the U.S……..

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    There’s a new Android and iOS app called Good2Go that aims to tackle the hot-button issue of informed consent for sex. Created by Lee Ann Allman’s company, Santon Technologies, the app’s mission is to prevent or reduce “sexual assault,” “miscommunication,” and “regretted activities.”….

    There’s a new Android and iOS app called Good2Go that aims to tackle the hot-button issue of informed consent for sex. Created by Lee Ann Allman’s company, Santon Technologies, the app’s mission is to prevent or reduce “sexual assault,” “miscommunication,” and “regretted activities.”….

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    Tracy Morgan is firing back after Walmart hinted that the June 7 car accident that left one person dead and Morgan seriously injured was in some way his fault…..

    Tracy Morgan is firing back after Walmart hinted that the June 7 car accident that left one person dead and Morgan seriously injured was in some way his fault…..

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    'Crouching Tiger' sequel stirs controversy
The news that the follow-up will be released simultaneously on Netflix and in theaters rankles some. Opposition growing
The No. 2 chain, AMC Entertainment, just joined other major exhibitors that say they won’t offer Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend on their IMAX screens next year when it simultaneously debuts on Netflix. “We license just the technology from IMAX,” AMC says. “Only AMC and [its parent company] Wanda decide what programming plays in our respective theatres. No one has approached us to license this made-for-video sequel in the U.S. or China, so one must assume the screens IMAX committed are in science centers and aquariums.”
The No. 1 exhibition chain, Regal, said this morning that it won’t show the movie. Carmike joined the fray, saying it’s “committed to an exclusive theatrical release” and therefore is “opposed to showing day and date releases at our entertainment complexes.” Cinemark also nixed the film. And Europe’s Cineworld, the continent’s top IMAX operator, joined the opposition: “We bring our customers the IMAX experience as the complete opposite of home entertainment, which can be found on all sorts of smaller, every-day screens like the TV or smartphones and devices. We believe that the theatrical experience and IMAX, as one of its cornerstones, should be kept apart from home entertainment”.
That could gum up plans to introduce additional films simultaneously on IMAX and Netflix. The companies plan for “several” more, but only if the August 28, 2015 experiment “works,” IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond tells me. “We didn’t define what ‘works’ means. But we’ll all know if it worked or not.”
Some of the theater chain responses might have been different if IMAX hadn’t let exhibitors make the choice. At several venues IMAX has a contractual right to determine what releases appear on its giant screens. But “we waived that in this circumstance because we felt it was such a novel approach that we only wanted to do it with exhibition partners who wanted to buy into it,” Gelfond says. IMAX discussed the release concept with about six domestic exhibitors as well as some international ones. “We didn’t say, ‘We’re thinking of doing Crouching Tiger with Netflix.’ We did say, ‘we’re thinking of doing a project that’s a simultaneous release. How do you feel about it?’ And we got mixed feedback. …We weren’t surprised by Regal’s point of view. They were one of the people that told us they were more cautious about the approach.”
The IMAX chief believes that critics of the deal should reconsider. “This movie is being released August 28. This year that was the worst box office weekend of the year, and Labor Day, the following weekend, isn’t much better. We would not have done this release if there were competitive Hollywood blockbusters at that time. In fact we helped to influence Netflix to release it at that time. The thought was, when you have a weak shoulder period, why not try something different?” He adds that it could benefit theaters by attracting audiences that will see trailers for coming attractions. “I just think the idea of a constant flow of good product, particularly in the shoulder period — whatever the source — is a good thing. But we’ll run a test and find out.”

Fine with me! I would love to see new movies on netflix. Especially exclusives and I really want to see this! Saves me the trip of going to movie theater and dealing with the drama  and high prices at the concession stand.

    'Crouching Tiger' sequel stirs controversy

    The news that the follow-up will be released simultaneously on Netflix and in theaters rankles some. Opposition growing

    The No. 2 chain, AMC Entertainment, just joined other major exhibitors that say they won’t offer Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend on their IMAX screens next year when it simultaneously debuts on Netflix. “We license just the technology from IMAX,” AMC says. “Only AMC and [its parent company] Wanda decide what programming plays in our respective theatres. No one has approached us to license this made-for-video sequel in the U.S. or China, so one must assume the screens IMAX committed are in science centers and aquariums.”

    The No. 1 exhibition chain, Regal, said this morning that it won’t show the movie. Carmike joined the fray, saying it’s “committed to an exclusive theatrical release” and therefore is “opposed to showing day and date releases at our entertainment complexes.” Cinemark also nixed the film. And Europe’s Cineworld, the continent’s top IMAX operator, joined the opposition: “We bring our customers the IMAX experience as the complete opposite of home entertainment, which can be found on all sorts of smaller, every-day screens like the TV or smartphones and devices. We believe that the theatrical experience and IMAX, as one of its cornerstones, should be kept apart from home entertainment”.

    That could gum up plans to introduce additional films simultaneously on IMAX and Netflix. The companies plan for “several” more, but only if the August 28, 2015 experiment “works,” IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond tells me. “We didn’t define what ‘works’ means. But we’ll all know if it worked or not.”

    Some of the theater chain responses might have been different if IMAX hadn’t let exhibitors make the choice. At several venues IMAX has a contractual right to determine what releases appear on its giant screens. But “we waived that in this circumstance because we felt it was such a novel approach that we only wanted to do it with exhibition partners who wanted to buy into it,” Gelfond says. IMAX discussed the release concept with about six domestic exhibitors as well as some international ones. “We didn’t say, ‘We’re thinking of doing Crouching Tiger with Netflix.’ We did say, ‘we’re thinking of doing a project that’s a simultaneous release. How do you feel about it?’ And we got mixed feedback. …We weren’t surprised by Regal’s point of view. They were one of the people that told us they were more cautious about the approach.”

    The IMAX chief believes that critics of the deal should reconsider. “This movie is being released August 28. This year that was the worst box office weekend of the year, and Labor Day, the following weekend, isn’t much better. We would not have done this release if there were competitive Hollywood blockbusters at that time. In fact we helped to influence Netflix to release it at that time. The thought was, when you have a weak shoulder period, why not try something different?” He adds that it could benefit theaters by attracting audiences that will see trailers for coming attractions. “I just think the idea of a constant flow of good product, particularly in the shoulder period — whatever the source — is a good thing. But we’ll run a test and find out.”

    Fine with me! I would love to see new movies on netflix. Especially exclusives and I really want to see this! Saves me the trip of going to movie theater and dealing with the drama  and high prices at the concession stand.

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    George Zimmerman’s brother wanted to turn him into a reality television star.

In a 5,000-word GQ profile of the Zimmerman family, Robert Zimmerman describes his attempts to rebrand the 30-year-old former Sanford, Fla., neighborhood watchman after he was found not guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. The case sparked an international debate about race. Martin was black and unarmed. Zimmerman is described as mixed-race Hispanic.

"I learn a lot from watching ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians,’" Robert Zimmerman told the magazine. "Like, use the s—- you’ve got."

The show, a mix between the “Kardashians,” “America’s Most Wanted” and “Candid Camera,” would have featured George punking, say, unsuspecting self-defense instructors.

Another idea Robert had for rebranding the family: launching a signature line of home-security company products aimed at women.

"They all start with Z," Zimmerman said. "There’s the Z Bar, the Z Rock, and the Z Beam. They’re all targeted to women. One is to secure sliding doors. One is to put in the front door. The light is to carry and is designed by George. It has a little alarm — you know, ‘Help me, help me!’"
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George Zimmerman trial and aftermath
In this Monday, July 1, 2013 photo, George Zimmerman enters the Seminole County Courthouse, in Sanfo …

The Zimmerman family has been living in fear since George was identified in the Feb. 26, 2012, shooting:

    The family formalized new security protocols. They watched the movie “Argo” to learn how to live like CIA. Code names for everyone. No mail delivered to the house. No visitors. No talking to the few neighbors they had. No long phone conversations — keep it short and vague to outwit surveillance. Never discuss your whereabouts via phone or text. Keep a weapon close by at all times. Robert slept with his gun. Still does.

    And in case someone — or multiple someones — decided to mount an attack on the house, the Zimmermans pre-packed their own “go-bags” filled with everything they would need to flee in a rush, as well as what they called “footballs” — like the one President Obama has with the nuclear codes — that contained laptops, cell phones, and other essential electronics.

    They also memorized a color-coded threat-ID system. Code blue: Law enforcement at the door. Code brown: Draw your weapons. Code black: Come out guns blazing.


That includes Gladys, George’s 87-year-old mother.

"Personally, I love my .45!" she told the magazine.

According to GQ, George Zimmerman did not participate in the interview because the magazine refused to put him up for a week in a luxury hotel.

Last month, George Zimmerman told the Orlando Sentinel that he was homeless, jobless and deeply in debt due to legal bills that, according to GQ, total $2.5 million.

Beyond bankruptcy, Zimmerman’s fear is that he’ll ultimately be charged with federal civil rights violations for Martin’s killing, says his father, Bob Zimmerman.

"He’s worried that if FBI agents come and kick in his door, he’s probably gonna shoot a few of them," he said.

    George Zimmerman’s brother wanted to turn him into a reality television star.

    In a 5,000-word GQ profile of the Zimmerman family, Robert Zimmerman describes his attempts to rebrand the 30-year-old former Sanford, Fla., neighborhood watchman after he was found not guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. The case sparked an international debate about race. Martin was black and unarmed. Zimmerman is described as mixed-race Hispanic.

    "I learn a lot from watching ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians,’" Robert Zimmerman told the magazine. "Like, use the s—- you’ve got."

    The show, a mix between the “Kardashians,” “America’s Most Wanted” and “Candid Camera,” would have featured George punking, say, unsuspecting self-defense instructors.

    Another idea Robert had for rebranding the family: launching a signature line of home-security company products aimed at women.

    "They all start with Z," Zimmerman said. "There’s the Z Bar, the Z Rock, and the Z Beam. They’re all targeted to women. One is to secure sliding doors. One is to put in the front door. The light is to carry and is designed by George. It has a little alarm — you know, ‘Help me, help me!’"
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    The Zimmerman family has been living in fear since George was identified in the Feb. 26, 2012, shooting:

    The family formalized new security protocols. They watched the movie “Argo” to learn how to live like CIA. Code names for everyone. No mail delivered to the house. No visitors. No talking to the few neighbors they had. No long phone conversations — keep it short and vague to outwit surveillance. Never discuss your whereabouts via phone or text. Keep a weapon close by at all times. Robert slept with his gun. Still does.

    And in case someone — or multiple someones — decided to mount an attack on the house, the Zimmermans pre-packed their own “go-bags” filled with everything they would need to flee in a rush, as well as what they called “footballs” — like the one President Obama has with the nuclear codes — that contained laptops, cell phones, and other essential electronics.

    They also memorized a color-coded threat-ID system. Code blue: Law enforcement at the door. Code brown: Draw your weapons. Code black: Come out guns blazing.


    That includes Gladys, George’s 87-year-old mother.

    "Personally, I love my .45!" she told the magazine.

    According to GQ, George Zimmerman did not participate in the interview because the magazine refused to put him up for a week in a luxury hotel.

    Last month, George Zimmerman told the Orlando Sentinel that he was homeless, jobless and deeply in debt due to legal bills that, according to GQ, total $2.5 million.

    Beyond bankruptcy, Zimmerman’s fear is that he’ll ultimately be charged with federal civil rights violations for Martin’s killing, says his father, Bob Zimmerman.

    "He’s worried that if FBI agents come and kick in his door, he’s probably gonna shoot a few of them," he said.

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