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Archives for April 2017

Father John Misty’s Bonkers New “Total Entertainment Forever” Video Stars Macaulay Culkin as Kurt Cobain

Father John Misty has released the video for his Pure Comedy song “Total Entertainment Forever” (you know, the one that starts with “bedding Taylor Swift every night inside the Oculus Rift”) and it is… absolutely bananas. Macaulay Culkin (yes, Macaulay Culkin) plays Kurt Cobain stuck inside a VR game played by George Washington (portrayed by musician / “Spinning on Air” radio host […]

Tony Vinciquerra Advances as Lead Candidate for Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Post (EXCLUSIVE)

Industry veteran Tony Vinciquerra has advanced through the Sony Pictures Entertainment job search process and is now the lead candidate to succeed Michael Lynton as the top executive at the studio. Vinciquerra would come to the job with decades of TV experience, albeit little exposure on the film side. Sources said Sony Corp. chief Kazuo […]

Disney Movie Release Schedule Update: Episode IX, Indiana Jones and More!

The Disney movie release schedule has updates on Star Wars: Episode IX, Indiana Jones and more! There’s a major update today to the Disney movie release schedule with official release dates for Star Wars: Episode IX, the new Indiana Jones movie and lots more! Read on for the full list of changes. Star Wars: Episode IX, […]

9 Movies You Need To Watch To Understand Old Hollywood

Now that Feud: Bette and Joan has aired its haunting finale, you’re left with an Old Hollywood-shaped hole in your viewing schedule and heart. But if the secret, hidden and/or forgotten histories of early Hollywood are of interest to you, then you’re bound to already have Karina Longworth’s You Must Remember This in your podcast […]

Why Jonathan Demme Was One of the Greatest Concert Movie Directors Ever

Jonathan Demme’s death at the age of 73 prompted an outpouring of online memorials from film lovers who remembered the Oscar-winning director for his varied career: everything from the chilling, intelligent thriller The Silence of the Lambs to the brittle 2008 indie drama Rachel Getting Married. But for music fans, those highlights don’t even scratch […]

Channing Tatum’s 20 greatest moments: Movies, fan encounters and more

Happy birthday, Channing Tatum! In celebration of the Cullman native’s 37th birthday, why not look back on some the actor’s greatest moments since earning his place in the Hollywood spotlight? Whether you’re a fan of his movies or just as a person, Tatum has become a beloved celebrity known around the country for his dancing, […]

Melissa Etheridge Driven To Write Music About These ‘Very Inspiring Times’

For the Grammy winner, there’s no time like the present to write music with impact and meaning. After all, so far in 2017, we’ve seen a new president in the White House, the Women’s March rally in D.C., and plenty of pending changes on the horizon. Article source:

Jocelyn, Chris Arndt balance school, music

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Shania Twain opens up about making music on her own without ex ‘Mutt’ Lange

When Shania Twain’s marriage to producer Robert John “Mutt” Lange came to an end after he allegedly had an affair with her best friend, she didn’t just lose her husband — she also lost her longtime collaborator and songwriting partner. At that time in 2010, she told Billboard that she didn’t know whether she’d ever […]

Boston Hassle Joins Push For All-Ages, Mission-Driven Music Venues In Greater Boston

Ideally, the promise of such a venue will appeal to artists, too. “A legit, nonprofit, [DIY-like] space would be awesome,” says Mali Sastri, who fronts the Boston art-rock band Jaggery and is a resident of the Boston artist collective and live/work space known as the Cloud Club. “What is appealing about DIY spaces is you take […]