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Archives for September 2016

Inside the making of Lady Gaga’s Joanne

Mark Ronson can count on one hand the number of hours he’s slept in the past week. He’s been scrambling to put the finishing touches on Lady Gaga’s new album — re-doing background vocals, recording with a live band, mixing and mastering the songs. “This is what happens during crunch time,” he tells EW on […]

Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin makes aggressive moves in Hollywood

China’s richest man, Wang Jianlin, has been on a buying spree in Hollywood. His media conglomerate, Dalian Wanda Group, has aggressively expanded into the U.S. film industry. The company, which already owns the nation’s second-largest theater chain and is a major U.S. film producer, recently signed a deal to invest in Sony Pictures movies. Now, Wanda is in […]

How Jada Pinkett Smith Is Helping Kids Pursue Careers In Entertainment

Actress Jada Pinkett Smith has been a big advocate for advancing the representation of people of color in the film industry. In following her passion, she, along with her husband Will Smith, launched a nationwide “Careers In Entertainment” tour on Sept. 21 that aims to help underserved youth around America, particularly those of color, who […]

Who’s the Boss reunion: Cast reflects on becoming family | EW.com

For eight seasons, between the years 1984 and 1992, TV audiences were enthralled by the story told by Who’s The Boss?: A retired baseball player and widower (Tony Danza) decides to leave Brooklyn with his young daughter (Alyssa Milano) and become the live-in housekeeper for a high-powered executive and divorced single mom, Angela (Judith Light), […]

The Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, and Hulu in October

Every month, tons of new movies and TV shows become available to stream for free for subscribers to Netflix Instant, Hulu, HBO NOW, and Amazon Prime. With so many different streaming services, it can be hard to keep track of them all—especially if you belong to more than one service. Below, we present to you […]

New York Film Festival 2016: 10 essential movies and events to catch

With temperatures going down and sweaters and hoodies coming out, the end of September in New York City marks the beginning of the fall season. All the more reason to head inside for a few hours at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which hosts the city’s premiere movie event, the New York Film Festival. 2016’s […]

The Best Fall Movies, 201646:27

“The Girl on a Train,” “Moonlight,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” The best movies of the fall. What you can’t miss. A collection of stills from some of this fall’s most anticipated movies (Clockwise from Top Left): “Fences,” “The Girl On The Train,” “Moonlight” and “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” (Courtesy […]

Music Tastes Good Founder Josh Fischel Has Died

EXPAND The Long Beach Press-Telegram is reporting that musician/promoter Josh Fischel, creator of the Music Tastes Good festival that took place in Long Beach just last weekend, died Thursday. He was 47. A spokesman for Music Tastes Good, Mark Magdaleno, confirmed Fischel’s death to the Press-Telegram via email, writing in part, “Josh truly was a […]

Can Luke Cage fix Marvel’s music problem?

In the most recent episode of the fantastic film analysis YouTube series Every Frame a Painting, creator Tony Zhou points out the music problem plaguing the Marvel Cinematic Universe. For all of its iconic characters and fights and quips, the soundtracks for these films just aren’t that memorable. However, just as MCU Netflix shows like […]

‘Walking Dead’ Alum Emily Kinney Previews New Music – Rolling …

Emily Kinney is ready to make a new album – she even has a concept for it – but she has reached a crossroads with her creativity: she wants to experiment. “I want to work with lots of producers,” she tells Rolling Stone. “I want to write a lot of different kinds of songs and […]