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Archives for March 2017

Love Actually is all around: Check out the sequel’s cast reunion photo

To read more Untold Stories, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands now, or buy it here — and subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. As Hugh Grant said in Love Actually‘s opening scene, “Love actually is all around.” That’s surely true for EW’s special Untold Stories issue, in which we reunited writer-director […]

Digital Disrupt: U.S. Entertainment Stocks Ride Trump Wave

Big media conglomerates saw Trump’s plans for tax reform and deregulation lift share prices in the first quarter of 2017. Donald Trump’s bad-mouthing of cable and print news giants didn’t dent share prices for big media conglomerates during the first quarter of 2017. Legislative chaos in Washington has been good for Hollywood, as its biggest […]

Movies Go to the Races

Nothing is better than watching auto racing in person and the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach will prove that this weekend. If you want to take a break, you can enjoy some movies that do a great job of communicating the excitement of racing. The movies listed below were compiled with help of IMDB, […]

‘Batgirl’ movie to be made: Will we see more superheroine movies?

March 31, 2017 —Even as “Wonder Woman” prepares for release in June, it’s expected that another superheroine – Batgirl – will soon get her own solo movie as well. Filmmaker Joss Whedon is in negotiations to write, direct, and produce an untitled Batgirl movie for Warner Bros’s DC Extended Universe, Variety reported on Thursday. The […]

6 movies open March 31: Here’s how they rate

Six movies open in Seattle-area theaters March 31. Here’s what our reviewers thought of them.   ???½??“Frantz” (PG-13; in German and French with subtitles): François Ozon’s “Frantz” is an old-fashioned movie, in the very best of ways. Shot in eloquent black-and-white (bleeding into soft color in just a few scenes) and set mostly in a […]

Stars Describe How They Lost It At The Movies As NATO Hands Out Achievement Awards – CinemaCon

With CinemaCon coming to a close tonight with its annual Big Screen Achievement Awards, many attendees were finding it difficult to get out of town as a major sand storm grounded planes and caused Las Vegas city officials to issue Do Not Travel advisories. For those driving, visibility in some areas was almost non-existent. At tonight’s […]

River Music

A conversation with Jake Xerxes Fussell “The Bells of Rhymney” began as adaptation. Idris Davies, a Depression-era Welsh poet, used an old nursery rhyme, “Oranges and Lemons,” to give his political laments a cutting veneer of innocence: “Who made the mine owner? / Say the black bells of Rhondda / And who robbed the miner? […]

In Turkey, Kurdish Singers Keep Traditional Music Alive : Parallels …

As Mistefa Bedevi sings, 1-year-old Mirhat mimics performance poses, holding his hand over his ear. Gokce Saracoglu for NPR hide caption toggle caption Gokce Saracoglu for NPR As Mistefa Bedevi sings, 1-year-old Mirhat mimics performance poses, holding his hand over his ear. Gokce Saracoglu for NPR A late March snow descends on a modest farmhouse […]

YouTube ‘exploits’ loopholes to pay artists poorly, US music body claims, as streaming hits record

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Michigan music spotlight: Lemix J Buckley

New music from Metro Detroit-based band Lemix J Buckley is in the works. The guys released their first full-length album “In Service of a Feeling” on Esque Records in August. Following the album, they hit the road and spent a chunk of the fall touring with Kurt Travis and Amarionette. Their first tour brought vocalists/guitarists Gage […]