A lost, self-produced The Doors documentary is set to be released on DVD and Blu-Ray later this year (Nov14). The 1968 tour documentary Feast Of Friends was shot over a five-month period by Paul Ferrara, the group’s official photographer.
Footage from the film has surfaced over the years in videos and other documentaries, but this is the first time it has been officially released in its entirety.
The Feast Of Friends package will include the remastered original film, a compilation of outtakes and the 1968 documentary The Doors Are Open.
You hear the name Sophia Bush, and your first thought is probably: One Tree Hill. If that’s true, than you’re already on the right track. Sophia played Brooke Davis, everyone’s favorite character on OTH. But when OTH ended two years ago (still crying about it) that didn’t mean she was gone from TV forever. Right after OTH, she was on the show Partners (but it only lasted 1 season) before she reclaimed her badass throne on Chicago P.D. as Erin Lindsay.
Brooke was the first starring character that Sophia played on TV:
Originally, she was a little too much of a party girl. She was the head cheerleader, most popular girl in Tree Hill, and the Queen B. But anyone who watched OTH knows that the ditzy side of Brooke Davis didn’t stick around for long.
Brooke was not going to ever let bullying and self-consciousness get her down:
I mean, how could Brooke Davis even be self-conscious? She was Brooke Davis.
She was an advocate for positive body image:
She also hated double standards and would not stand for them:
Whenever she cried, we cried (not as beautifully):
That is power.
She always cared about her friends, even if they were fighting, and even if it almost killed her:
No really, it almost killed her. But Brooke Davis could kick some ass:
No psycho, not “Derek” or Xavier could break Brooke. Even after becoming the victim of vicious attack:
She could throw shade better than anyone else:
She was a business mogel when she was still a teenager:
She was an independent woman who didn’t need a man and would not take any shit:
But, when she decided she was ready to settle down, she landed one of the sexiest guys to ever grace the show:
Even then, she never let her hubby give her shit. Ever:
And she was the cutest, best mother ever. The end:
Now, Sophia plays detective Erin Lindsay on Chicago P.D. and she actually kicks ass:
Erin is not someone to be messed with:
She also makes the uniform look really, really good:
If you haven't already, bow down to the queen. We love you Sophia, may your TV reign never end.
You can catch her ruling the channels on Chicago P.D., which comes back Wednesday September 24th.
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Actress Aisha Tyler has revealed she struggled with drug abuse as a teenager in high school. The star opened up about the troubles she experienced as a student in a new school in California during a candid chat on her daytime show The Talk, revealing her struggles eventually led to her expulsion.
The former Friends regular says, "I started at a new school where I was only one of two black kids and the only kid who was poor... and I felt really isolated... I just felt really different from all those kids. I was big, I was gawky and I was nerdy and I felt really alone and I started to rebel quite a bit, which was a new thing for me...
"I really started to go into (the world of drugs) quite a bit and got caught up in alcohol and drugs when I was a freshman and it started to affect my school work. I stopped showing up on time, I would leave school to get high and I got thrown out of my high school... When you're young you feel bulletproof and you feel like nothing can hurt you and I engaged in so much risky behaviour back then that now would terrify me..."
Tyler eventually confessed to her parents about her drug use after she was kicked out of school, and explains the incident proved to be a wake-up call for her.
She continues, "I floated that next year, I didn't get into another school, so for a little while I just floated around really lost.
"I finally got into a good school about halfway through my sophomore year and I slowly turned things around. I didn't stop cold turkey, I mean I had to work back from what I had been doing... (I quit) on my own, I just realised it wasn't for me; it wasn't what I wanted for myself."
"I sent my congratulations already because I'm friends with (Prince) Harry. I think I may be seeing them all this week depending on how Kate is feeling... I just think it's beautiful. They're an incredible couple and I'm sure they're incredible parents. I'm just very happy for them." British pop star Ellie Goulding is hoping to meet up with Prince William and Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge following her pregnancy announcement. The singer performed at the couple's wedding.
New Zealand rocker Peter Gutteridge has died.
The musician, who was believed to be in his early 50s, passed away in Auckland on Monday (15Sep14). No further details about his death had been released as WENN went to press.
A statement from his Flying Nun Records label reads, "We are greatly saddened to learn of the passing of Peter Gutteridge today... All of us, and so many people around the world, have been touched and affected by his music, whether it be the swirling fuzz of the guitar or haunting piano melodies, Peter was a true hero of New Zealand music, and will be deeply missed. Our thoughts and sympathies are with his family and friends at this very sad time."
Gutteridge, a singer/songwriter and guitarist, was a founding member of New Zealand bands including the Clean, the Chills and the Great Unwashed, while he also fronted Snapper in the 1990s and enjoyed a brief solo career.
Scottish actor/comedian Billy Connolly is convinced he should have done more to help troubled comic Robin Williams. The Mrs. Brown star had been friends with Williams for more than a decade and was devastated when he heard his pal had taken his own life last month (Aug14) following a long battle with depression.
Connolly admits he empathised with the Mrs. Doubtfire star's problems and wishes he had stepped in to help him.
He tells Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, "I used to be not quite like Robin Williams, but I'd find it hard to switch off. Robin was 'on' all the time. He was a joy to be around, let me tell you. In all the years I knew him I never got tired of him. He was a one-off, so warm, so human.
"In my quieter moments I do sometimes think I could have done more (to help him). It's a lonely life, showbusiness. You spend a lot of time on your own, and if you dwell on these things you can hurt yourself, as Robin proved."
Connolly was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease last year (13) and it recently emerged that Williams had also been diagnosed with the early stages of the degenerative disorder prior to his death.
Celebrated British sculptor David Wynne has died, aged 88. The artist, famed for his friendship with The Beatles, passed away on 4 September (14). No more details about his death were available as WENN went to press.
Wynne created a number of famous sculptures which are dotted around London, including a gate dedicated to Queen Elizabeth II at Hyde Park. His royal connection also included sittings with a number famous faces including Charles, Prince of Wales and the Queen herself.
He became close friends with The Beatles after creating a sculpture of the Fab Four in 1964, and he is credited with introducing the band to their guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Wynne's famous works include likenesses of late actor/director Lord Richard Attenborough and Shergar, the famous racehorse which was stolen in 1983 and never found.
Former The Hills star Holly Montag has tied the knot. The former reality TV regular exchanged vows with fiance Richie Wilson on Saturday (13Sep14) in her hometown of Crested Butte, Colorado.
Montag tells People magazine that she "married the love of my life" and the ceremony was "magical and intimate."
Montag's sister, Heidi Pratt, took to Twitter.com on Sunday (14Sep14) to congratulate her sibling, and wrote, "Yesterday was the most beautiful wedding I could imagine! Wishing you all the blessings and joy! Love you!"
Montag announced her engagement to Wilson last October (13), a day after her The Hills co-star, Lauren Conrad revealed her own engagement to lawyer boyfriend William Tell.
Ironically, Conrad and Tell also wed on Saturday in Santa Ynez, California. The happy couple was surrounded by family and close friends, including Laguna Beach and The Hills co-star Lo Bosworth, who served as a bridesmaid.
Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi has tied the knot with model Agueda Lopez. The Grammy winner exchanged vows with Lopez at a winery in Napa Valley, California on 10 September (14).
He shared the news of his big day with his fans on Facebook.com, posting a photo of himself and his new bride in her flowing wedding gown, along with the caption, "How beautiful does my wife look! 9-10-14 #JustMarried".
The intimate ceremony took place in front of friends and family, including the couple's two-year-old daughter Mikaela.
This is Fonsi's second marriage - he divorced Puerto Rican actress/TV personality Adamari Lopez in 2010. The couple was married for four years.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence and singer Chris Martin have reportedly taken their romance public by attending a dinner together in California on Thursday (11Sep14). The Hunger Games star and Martin were seen out with friends at the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, according to Eonline.com.
A source tells the website, "They seem very comfortable in each other's company - and happy!
"It doesn't seem like it's a new relationship. They seem super affectionate and at ease with each other."
The couple reportedly started dating this summer (14), after Martin separated from his wife Gwyneth Paltrow in March (14).
Lawrence split from Nicholas Hoult in August (14).