Cast member Candice Accola recently spoke with the people over at TV Guide to share some updates for the upcoming seventh season of The CW's hit supernatural TV drama series "The Vampire Diaries."
You may have heard of a little hashtag that went awry this week on Twitter regarding E.L. James: #AskELJames, where the author and her PR team planned a Q&A to coincide with the release of her latest novel Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian. Show More Summary
Post by Michele Zipp. All eyes on Dakota Johnson... and that hair. The Fifty Shades of Grey star has the most enviable bangs since Zooey Deschanel, but she's also gorgeous without them. Or blonde. Or a mix. Dakota is quite the hair chameleon, and able to effortlessly look stunning no matter what hairstyle she has. Show More Summary
Post by Lisa Fogarty. After taking on a bit role as Mia Grey in Fifty Shades of Grey, Rita Ora is eager to appear in the sequels — but the singer has yet to receive a formal offer. EL James, are you listening? Ora seems to be a double threat these days. Show More Summary
This was not a good week on social media for writer E.L. James of Fifty Shades of Grey and would-be Presidential candidate Gov. Bobby Jindal. Both took to Twitter to answer fans’ questions. But both are controversial figures, and the majority of Tweets were delightful take-downs that burned so good. Read more...
These burns were so severe they had to call the paramedics.
It didn’t take long for the Twitter Q&A with author E.L. James to turn into an opportunity for critics of Fifty Shades of Grey to make their opinions heard loud and clear. James’s publisher asked her to participate in the online chat where Twitter users were invited to ask the Fifty Shades author questions using E.L. Show More Summary
E.L. James, the massively successful author of the 50 Shades of Grey series of books, recently held a question and answer session on Twitter. It did not go well. As reported by quite a few news outlets, legitimate questions for James were overwhelmed by tweets from those who were, let's say, less than enthused by James's work
“Readers, as their buying patterns have suggested for some years, do not need a critical imprimatur to select their next read.”
Ever since EL James' new masterwork "Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian" became a runaway bestseller, everyone who can read has been clambering for more! Luckily, these upcoming titles have just been leaked to me. (Caution:...Show More Summary
Are you ready for some Red Room scoop? E L James is making the publicity rounds for her latest book, Grey, a retelling of Fifty Shades of Grey from Christian's perspective. The latest stop? A Twitter Q&A with fans, which got a little out of hand when Twitter users questioned her ability to write and the series's possible promotion of sexual abuse. Show More Summary
By now I’m sure you’ve heard about yesterday’s twitter fiasco. E.L. James had a Q&A to help commemorate the release of her new book, ‘Grey,’ which is the re-telling of her hit book, ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’ from Christian Grey’s point of view. Well, the twitter talk didn’t go so well when the haters came […]
In a move that should have surprised exactly no one, E.L. James’ Monday afternoon Twitter Q&A went horribly off the rails almost immediately. Although the chat didn’t quite reach R. Kelly levels of awkwardness, the tweets piggybacking...Show More Summary
With the hashtag #AskELJames, a can of worms was opened on the Internet. Mon 29 Jun at 6pm UK time, @E_L_James will be doing a live chat with @TwitterBooks. Use #AskELJames to ask a question pic.twitter.com/Ixu9fPo31v — fiftyshadesUK (@fiftyshadesUK) June 23, 2015 It's hard for me to personally to get worked up about E.L. Show More Summary
Twitter is a scary place. Trolls and bullies and public shamers are lurking in every dark corner. Everyone knows that — well, everyone except celebrity publicists, who keep throwing their clients to the wolves. The latest casualty: “Fifty Shades of Grey” author E.L. James, who encouraged a Twitter chat yesterday with #AskELJames. The questions she […]
alongside the serious queries came a deluge of questions that made fun of James’s much-criticised prose style, including jibes such as “Do you get paid per adjective?”, “Have you ever held a dictionary?” and “Did you ever consider using a thesaurus, or did that sound too much like hard work?”
Post by Jenny Erikson. Oh man. EL James volunteered to do a Q&A session on Twitter to promote her latest book Grey, the Fifty Shades of Grey rendition told from Christian Grey's perspective, and the haters came out in droves. Using the...Show More Summary
The controversial author of Fifty Shades of Grey, E.L. James, opened herself up to a world of abuse when she agreed to do a Twitter Q&A and take questions from strangers on the internet. The attempt to connect with her fans backfired horribly. Show More Summary
E.L. James was thrown a curve ball on Monday when critics of her "Fifty Shades of Grey" erotica series crashed her social media event, using the hashtag #AskELJames to challenge the author for writing books they allege perpetuate rape culture and sanction domestic violence. The social media event...
NEW YORK (AP) — Twitter had a bit of fun Monday at the expense of EL James. The hashtag "AskELJames" trended nationwide as the "Fifty Shades of Grey" writer took questions, including some not-ready-for-prime-time doozies, but surelyShow More Summary