Daily Archives: February 12, 2018

Jennifer Lopez, Carrie Ann Inaba, Jim Carrey & More: 7 Behind-the-Scenes Stories About 'In Living Color' Stars

In Living Color shifted the landscape of sketch comedy. Over the course of five seasons, the half-hour show created by Keenan Ivory Wayans pushed boundaries, tested censors and was unabashed in its approach to racial and social issues, often making it fair game for critiques from black leaders and celebrities alike.  

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Courtney Barnett Teases New Music: Watch

Courtney Barnett has shared a new video, featuring the Australian singer-songwriter trying out various musical instruments. Picking up an acoustic guitar in one moment and sitting before an upright piano the next, Barnett sings what are ostensibly bits and pieces of new songs she’s been working on. Watch that below. The video ends with text that reads, “Tell Me How ...

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Weinstein Co. Acquisition Deal on ‘Life Support’ Following N.Y. Attorney General Intervention

In a surprise turn of events that mixes New York politics and an epic showbiz scandal, a $ 500 million deal to acquire the Weinstein Co. is now on “life support” because of the lawsuit filed Sunday by the state attorney general against the company and its founders, Harvey and Bob Weinstein. Sources close to the situation said the prospects ...

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Alex The Astronaut & Stella Donnelly Announce Co-Headline National Tour

NewsWritten by Emmy Mack on February 13, 2018 Alex The Astronaut and Stella Donnelly are joining forces for an Aussie co-headlining tour of huge proportions. The indie singer-songwriters will be lugging their guitars cross-country for a whopping 12-date trek, hitting venues in Byron Bay, the Gold Coast, Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, Sydney, Fremantle, Margaret River, Adelaide, Hobart, Melb… Music Feeds

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Inside Every Recent Oscar Best Director Winner

Photo Source: YouTube / Oscars The Academy Award for Best Director is one of the most coveted prizes in Hollywood, shining the spotlight on the visionaries behind the camera. The distinction has been a part of the Oscars since the ceremony’s inception in 1929 (originally split between comedy and dramatic categories, it merged one year later). But in spite of ...

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The 10 TV Shows New Netflix Users Are Most Likely To Binge-Watch

8. American Horror Story Nobody does TV horror quite like Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, whose American Horror Story anthology series has turned in a bonanza of strange and depraved moments. And those are just the kind of bonkers moments that Netflix subscribers eat up seasons like Roanoke‘s Polk family eats up…other things. Binge-watching American Horror Story can a… CinemaBlend ...

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'Double Lover' Review: French Thriller's Two Sides of Same Steamy, Kinky Coin

French filmmaker François Ozon can tackle subjects of the utmost gravity (see Under the Sand, Frantz and a host of other solemn dramas). But my favorite Ozon movies are the ones that blend seriousness with erotic mischief – works like 8 Women, Swimming Pool and In the House. Just as irresistible is the dangerously sexy and perversely funny Double Lover, ...

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Bat for Lashes Directs and Scores New Short Film: Watch

Bat for Lashes’ Natasha Khan has written and directed “Light Beings,” a new short film starring Margaret Qualley (“The Leftovers”). Khan also provided the score, in collaboration with the Haxan Cloak’s Bobby Krlic. Watch the “tale of magnetic attraction” below, via DITA. Recently, Khan also soundtracked “Requiem,” a new BBC show. Her latest album,

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