5 items from 2016
I was so stunned by the election I just couldn’t bring myself to write a damn thing for the last few weeks. Hell, in the case of Bleeding Cool it’s been months that I blame on my depression and trying to figure out how to fix a problem no one sees yet but with depression I couldn’t care less.
Then something magical happened. Call it a Thanksgiving comic book miracle. It was no less than that. So I hope to be reset at Bleeding Cool, ComicMix and my site Michael Davis World. Mdw had an outstanding and loyal following.
I messed that up big time a week after I began talks to partner with a massive site. Shit. That was stupid.
Stupid, stupid, stupid. My depression was/is a motherfucker.
Once I become fixated on something I just kept at it regardless if I’d achieved my goals. »
- Michael Davis
She did it again!
Britney Spears became the latest superstar to ride shotgun with James Corden on “The Late Late Show’s” newest edition of “Carpool Karaoke.” The songstress took a trip down memory lane, revisiting such hits as “Womanizer,” “Make Me,” “Toxic,” and “Oops!… I Did It Again” during her “Carpool” debut on Thursday.
And if you think you’re the only who doesn’t understand the lyrics to the famous tune “Oops,” think again. Not even Brit Brit knew the meaning of the song. “I really don’t know,” she told Corden. “I think it’s just a song.”
The highlight of the ride came when the dynamic duo recreated the music video for the iconic “… Baby One More Time,” wearing schoolgirl uniforms. Aside from rocking a gray cardigan and white knot-tied button-down, Corden one-upped Spears herself with a pair of pigtails.
Spears didn’t do much singing on the segment, as »
- Maane Khatchatourian
Britney Spears was the latest pop artist to sit shotgun with current Rolling Stone cover star James Corden for "Carpool Karaoke." The pair cruised around singing Spears' hits like "Toxic," "Womanizer," "Oops!... I Did It Again" and Glory single "Make Me."
During the ride, Spears revealed that she wants to have three more kids in addition to her nine- and 10-year olds. "All that she wants is another baby," Spears sings impromptu, quoting Ace of Base. But she hasn't found the right guy yet. When asked who her ideal man is, »
Adapted from the play French Kiss by Candace Chong, the film tells the story of a woman who shares a kiss with a pastor and then files sexual harrassment charges against him. The pastor ends up losing his faith as a consequence of her actions, while the woman tries to find salvation in religion.
The film, which is scheduled for a Hong Kong release on March 24, marks the directorial debut of Lam’s husband Yuen Kim-wai, an established commercials and music video director.
Although not yet released, the film has already picked up best actress (Lam) and best actor (Cheung) nominations at this year’s Hong Kong Film Awards, which take place on April 3. It has also been selected as the »
- email@example.com (Liz Shackleton)
UniFrance has upped the ante for the sixth edition of its online festival MyFrenchFilmFestival, expanding the fest’s global reach with more partners and movies.
The prestigious launch was hosted at the Eiffel Tower before a crowd of filmmakers, actors, French industryites and international journos.
In attendance was Danish helmer Nicolas Winding Refn (“Drive,” “Only God Forgives”), who is presiding the filmmakers jury, along with his fellow members Marjane Satrapi (“Persepolis”), Felix Van Groeningen (“The Broken Circle Breakdown”), David Robert Mitchell (“It Follows”) and Valérie Donzelli (“Marguerite and Julien”).
“My FrenchFilmFestival gives young people the opportunity to see the films and understand film is a futuristic language,” said Refn on stage.
The competition roster is made up of Jérôme Bonnell »
- Elsa Keslassy
5 items from 2016
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