10 items from 2012
Justin Bieber,Selena Gomez spotted doing more hardcore kissing,snuggling other day. According to a new report from Hollywood Life and their sources, mega stars Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted out and about in Salt Lake City,Utah this past Friday,December 21st,getting their hardcore kissing and snuggling Pda on at the airport. You guys can see their exclusive Pda snuggle fest photos at radaronline by Clicking Here. It's reported that the two love birds ,hit up a double date with country music starlet Taylor Swift and Harry Styles at the Canyon Resort in Utah. Selena was spotted ,sitting on Justin's lap,and they wrapped their arms around each other. Then Justin stuck his tongue out at Selena at one point, which she found adorable. Sources for radaronline told them, " They were very affectionate with each other. They were kissing on and off and they just sat »
Fans of the unique band Hollywood Undead are in for a treat. They have just released the official video for "We Are," the first song from their upcoming album Notes From the Underground. Come in and see it here! We also have album pre-order info and upcoming tour dates!
Check out the killer video for "We Are" below; you can pre-order the full album, Notes from the Underground, right here or from the EvilShop below. The release date is January 8, 2013.
Stay tuned to Dread Central for a special interview with Hollywood Undead member Charlie Scene to promote the upcoming album soon, and for more in the meantime visit the official Hollywood Undead website, "like" Hollywood Undead on Facebook and follow Hollywood Undead on Twitter (@hollywoodundead).
From the Press Release
Hollywood Undead have just released the official music video for the first single, "We Are," off their upcoming album Notes from »
- Doctor Gash
And so it begins. The anticipated season of Revenge starts with an underwater view of a sunken ship "Amanda" along with the remains of a dead body. A scuba diver that discovers the ship states "This was no accident". This is the first mystery of the second season. Mysteries and the dark side seems to be the theme for season 2 of Revenge. The scene switches to another underwater shot of Emily (Emily VanCamp), tied to a post, gasping for breath as the tide comes in rising higher and higher until Emily is totally underwater. The viewer is lured to the assumption that Emily is in danger and the object of a murder attempt. Emily is facing her death and is having long buried memories surfacing in her mind. Watching from the shore are two men. One a young man with a worried expression and an older man, Satoshi Takeda (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa »
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The July 19th start of Montreal's 16th annual Fantasia International Film Festival is drawing closer (it runs through August 7th), and the powers-that-be have announced the second wave of films along with a few selections from the new Axis section of the event.
Fantasia Announces The Satoshi Kon Award For Achievement In Animation + A New Section Dedicated To International Animation Cinema + Second Wave Title Announcements
The art of animation in its many forms and disciplines has always had a strong place at Fantasia. This year, the festival has decided to give the form its own permanent section: Axis. From social realism to mind-bending fantasy, all styles and sensibilities will be showcased, now on a greater scale than ever. Further, the festival is proud to be rechristening its animation jury prize as The Satoshi Kon Award for Achievement in Animation, named after the dear, departed visionary whose feature debut, Perfect Blue, »
- Uncle Creepy
Welcome back to Junkfood Cinema; even our coach potatoes are fried and covered in gravy. You have flopped yourself down on to the Internet’s second most comfy food-based movie column; damn you, Lay-z-Boy’s Overstuffed Film Blog. Every week, while barely moving at all, we rerun another bad movie that always manages to get low ratings…everywhere…from everyone. We will flip through all the reasons for its poor reception and then, interrupting our regularly scheduled snark, we turn the volume way up on our irrepressible love for said movie; hoping to make you laugh until it megahertz. Then we bring you a message from our sponsors, morbid obesity, and offer a junkfood item paired to the film. This week’s episode features a lost gem of a middling early 90s comedy: Stay Tuned. The film stars John Ritter (damn you for taking him from us, god) and Pam Dawber as a married couple whose relationship »
- Brian Salisbury
Here's something you'll never hear me say about any reality show besides So You Think You Can Dance: I'm sad that the audition episodes are over. The show handles its tryout weeks with gusto, a lot of respect for its competitors, and more celebration than mockery. (Take note, American Idol.) Even host Cat Deeley, who makes only a few short cameos in each audition episode, is wonderfully sympathetic as a contestant interviewer. The fact that she lives an Emmy-less existence is a human injustice. Let's take this crusade to the streets.
As usual, I've got the five best auditions of the week, this time from the Salt Lake City tryouts. Did anyone wear a tabernacle-like hat and jive in tribute to Brigham Young? Did guest judge Adam Shankman weep an entire great salt lake into his diet green tea? Stay tuned for the unsurprising answers.
1. Deanne "Dee" Tomasetta can't make you love her, »
While watching Rock of Ages last weekend in preparation for the movie's press junket (Stay tuned for my video interviews with director Adam Shankman, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Mary J. Blige, Julianne Hough, Malin Akerman, and Diego Boneta!), I realized that the jukebox musical is here to say. It's the perfect 21st century genre, a mix of glorified nostalgia and unapologetic bombast. I can't say that I loved Mamma Mia, but I thought the sentiment was right: Recording artists with strong, distinct catalogs (with a particular penchant for narrative songs) should be exalted in stage spectacles. Rock of Ages' mullet-tacular musicianship just isn't my thing, and I say it's time we pick nine better options for the next big jukebox musical. Some of these choices may be unexpected, but I think you'll find they're worth a second look from Alan Menken.
Title: Dirty Minds
Key Songs: "Controversy," "1999," "When Doves Cry, »
There has been a lot of viral activity on The Amazing Spider-Man front, which is all leading to a major event this Friday, May 11th, in 11 cities across America, with something big going down in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Austin, Tampa, Minneapolis, and New Orleans at noon.
What is happening in those cities? That has yet to be revealed, but its believed to involve an appearance by The Lizard, which, for those of you who grew up in the late 80s, might seem reminiscent of those big Toys R Us events, where major Marvel and Star Wars characters gathered to battle in the parking lot and sign autographs afterward. It seems likely that a choreographed fight between two men in a Lizard suit and a Spidey suit might become a reality. Which is pretty neat. That hasn't been done in a long time. »
With Smallville all wrapped up, the lovely Kristin Kreuk found herself without a show. But thankfully, her longtime home at The CW found something to keep her around on the small screen as Deadline reports she has been set to take the lead role in the network's new adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, a modern-day, procedural twist on the classic tale. In this new version, the potential series will follow Catherine (Kreuk) as a tough-minded NYPD homicide detective haunted by witnessing her mother’s murder nine years ago and the killers’ quick demise at the hands of a Beast. After years of searching, Catherine finally finds the Beast, Vincent Koslow, the survivor of a military experiment that went disastrously wrong, and becomes the protector of his secret life as a superhero. We already know Jennifer Levin and Sherri Cooper (Brothers and Sisters) are attached as the head writers, to produce alongside Paul Witt, »
- Ethan Anderton
With "Midnight in Paris," Woody Allen's comic look at nostalgia and its limitations, having earned four Oscar nominations last week (including nods for Best Picture, Allen's direction and his original screenplay), it's a good time to take a look back at Allen's 1987 comedy "Radio Days." Another comic take on nostalgia, "Radio Days" is now officially a golden oldie itself, having been released exactly 25 years ago, on January 30, 1987. A fond look, filtered through memory, of a 1940s New York childhood, the radio broadcasts that captivated audiences back then, and the behind-the-scenes gossip about the performers who voiced them, "Radio Days" may be best known today for launching the career of Seth Green -- then a 12-year-old who played the Allen-like narrator as a boy. But there's also a wealth of little-known true stories behind the film, some of them from Allen's own life, some from classic radio lore, and some »
- Gary Susman
10 items from 2012
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