Entertainment

Sony sat out CinemaCon in April this year, but was the first major studio to present at CineEurope in Barcelona today, culminating in a screening of Apple Original Films’ Scarlett Johansson/Channing Tatum-starrer Fly Me to the Moon which Sony is releasing theatrically. Before the screening, Sony President of International Theatrical Distribution, Steven O’Dell, cautioned, “Good
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This summer has seen the rejuvenation of the aging action hero. Not Ryan Gosling. He’s perfectly fine as The Fall Guy. But the box office recently was dominated by Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, two guys who first started playing the Bad Boys in 1995. And this Fourth of July, a period that ironically once
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Iasos loves slide guitar, which allows him to create incredible sweeps and gentle flutters. The flute, instrument of his childhood, dances freely, conjuring images of satyrs wreathed in laurels. (Vista is not the only god Iasos has worked with; he claims to have received a musical scale from Pan.) The piano does not sound real
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Who else but hosts Wendy Stuart and Tym Moss could “spill the tea” on their weekly show “If These Walls Could Talk” live from Pangea Restaurant on the Lower Eastside of NYC, with their unique style of honest, and emotional interviews, sharing the fascinating backstory of celebrities, entertainers, recording artists, writers and artists and bringing their
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TriVersity Talk! is a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community. With TriVersity Talk!, the goal is to laugh and learn. TriVersity Talk! Is part of TriVersity’s ICARE Initiative. ICARE stands for Increasing Community Awareness through Relevant Education. ICARE Programs are generously funded by The
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It was an Inside Out specialty weekend, fairly quiet and with a stream of indies films and more wide releases. The schedule is starting to recover from a strike-induced slump that, however, provided oxygen to some indies. Small films have been competing for screens with majors at arthouses from Alamo Drafthouse to Landmark since theaters
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Pitchfork writer Alphonse Pierre’s rap column covers songs, mixtapes, albums, Instagram freestyles, memes, weird tweets, fashion trends—and anything else that catches his attention. Last week, we got the trailer for Piece by Piece, a quasi-documentary that tells the story of Pharrell Williams’ life in the form of a… Lego movie. That’s right. The Lego Group is
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Celebrity couples have always fascinated the public. Just look at Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce or the divorced Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. A-listers Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez know this all too well, as they made countless headlines both times they’ve been in a relationship. Recently there are rumors they’re splitting up after Lopez
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