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McFly have announced details of a UK arena tour. The 'Party Girl' group, who recently played five sold-out intimate gigs, will now play 13 arena dates across the UK throughout March next year. The shows marks the band's first UK-wide jaunt in two years. They kick off at Nottingham's Trent FM Arena on March 12 and wrap up at London's Wembley Arena on April 1. McFly recently released their fifth studio album Above The Noise, which spawned the top ten hits 'Party Girl' and 'Shine A Light', which features (more) »
- By Robert Copsey
We all know Kim Kardashian would show up to the opening of an envelope if she's getting paid. But now she's lending her star power to open a bathroom.
Yes, a bathroom. Party girl turned potty girl Kim Kardashian was on hand for the unveiling of the Charmin Restrooms in Times Square for a fifth year, cutting the toilet paper ribbon and posing for pictures with the Charmin bears.
Charmin called on Kardashian, the ultimate girl-on-the-go who might have to go while in the city, for the occasion. The new New York resident even released a statement about the new bathroom locations.
"With my recent transition to New York, I've been checking out all the gifts the City has to offer visitors and New Yorkers alike," says Kardashian. "During the holiday shopping season, I'm happy to join Charmin as they give the gift of the Restrooms near Times Square."
McFly want life-size sex dolls of themselves. The group, comprising Tom Fletcher, Harry Judd, Danny Jones and Dougie Poynter, think it would be "funny" to create raunchy replicas that their male and female fans could buy.
"We want McFly sex dolls! I think it would be really funny. I'd buy one," Danny said. "They should definitely be suitable for both guys and girls though."
While the "Party Girl" hitmakers want their own range of sex dolls, the band won't be following in the footsteps of chart rivals Jls and releasing a range of condoms, as they think their line would probably be "too small" and unsafe for the general public.
Harry joked, "Our condoms wouldn't be very safe. They would be too small for everyone else to even use!" Danny added, "It's not a good move for anyone if we branch out into condoms."
Meanwhile, Dougie, who has been dating »
Will Smith's daughter Willow has one of the hit songs of the year, and Jay-z says she's at the start of an 'incredible journey'. But is it all still too much too young, asks Caroline Sullivan
Willow Smith only turned 10 in October, but you'd hardly have guessed it from watching her on the Ellen DeGeneres show on Us television last week. It was the debut TV performance of her first single, Whip My Hair, and she pulled it off with the unsettling poise – and
voice – of someone twice her age. DeGeneres accurately called the track "one of the hottest songs of the year" – it sold 137,000 downloads in the Us in its first week and is expected to be a hit here, too.
Whip My Hair is an energetic pop/R&B tune in which Willow cocks a snook at "the haters" and urges "all my ladies" – this probably means »
- Caroline Sullivan
McFly no longer care about chart positions. The "Party Girl" hitmakers recently launched a pay-to-use website "McFly Super City", which allows fans access to exclusive content, as well as downloads of their music for free, and insist they are not concerned about the impact giving their tracks away through the site will have on their sales.
"Chart positions have become less and less important," singer Tom Fletcher said. "Unless you are number one, no one pays attention to whether you are number two or number 15 and no one really cares. We'd prefer fans to sign up to our super site than give us a number one single. It means a hell of a lot more than someone just downloading the song."
McFly Super City costs 6 pounds sterling per month or 40 pounds sterling per year, compared to an average price of 0.79 pounds sterling per song on other download sites.
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McFly are going to be remixed by Roger Sanchez. The "Song For the Radio" group, who unveiled a new pop-dance influenced sound on their latest album "Above the Noise", met the dance superstar at a London hotel in August, and singer Danny Jones said he was instantly reminded of Dallas Austin, who produced tracks on their new LP.
"Roger got in touch, so I met him when we were in America. He reminded me a lot of Dallas Austin but with a sentimental side," he said. "He's got family and hangs out with his kids, whereas Dallas would be like 'Wahey, let's go out and get some birds'."
"But he was a lot like Dallas, he wore his shades inside and stuff, he's a really nice guy and he gave me some good advice and wants to do some McFly remixes and stuff, and he wants to help me with my dance project. »
McFly reckon they will be like ''Kiss or Slipknot'' in ten years time. The 'Party Girl' group have changed their sound dramatically over their career, going from guitar pop to rock and now having a dance music influenced sound; but singer and guitarist Danny Jones sees their long term future in either a glam rock or heavy metal. He exclusively told Bang Showbiz: ''I reckon in 10 or 15 years we'll either be like Kiss or Slipknot where we have to cover ourselves up in all sorts of makeup. That'll be the way.'' His bandmate, frontman Tom Fletcher, is a little less .. »
Heather Morris isn't on Twitter but she did hear that she was quite a hot topic after her Glee episode with Britney Spears aired last week, which she thought was "amazing". "I don't do Twitter but all the kids came on set that day and were like 'Just so you know, Britney's Tweeting about you and you're number two on the trending topics' and I got all these emails," Heather told me. And the pop star even sent Heather a special delivery after their episode... Twitter: Follow Party Girl on Twitter! "She sent me flowers saying 'Good job! Love, Britney' so I'm gonna make her something and send it to her," Heather said. In fact, the »
When it comes to impressing the ladies, forget pickup lines. If you have the technology, why not just pick 'em up? Literally. Well, that's exactly what Tony Stark does in this exclusive first look at "Flying Party Girl," a never-before-seen clip appearing on the Iron Man 2 DVD and Blu-ray, coming out Tuesday. So, what do you think? Should this moment have been part of the original theatrical release, or was the cutting room floor the proper place for it? We have a feeling we know what Pepper Potts and Rhodey would say. »
You are probably well aware that Iron Man 2 is hitting on September 28th, and I’m going to have a lot of interesting stuff for you (including a virtual roundtable interview I took part in yesterday with producer Kevin Feige), but right now I have a quick giveaway of the DVD for you.
I’ve got a lot of information below, including the rundown on the bonuses, and a clip running through Nick Fury, then we’ll get to the details on how to win your copy.
The billionaire Super Hero in the iron suit is back in Marvel Studios’ and Paramount Pictures’ thrilling sensation Iron Man 2, debuting on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download September 28, 2010. Packed with fantastic battles, stunning visual effects and an all-star cast, the new blockbuster adventure will be available to own as a three-disc Blu-ray/DVD combo pack with digital copy, as a limited »
- Marc Eastman
Hey Gang! GeekTyrant has been given two DVD copies of Iron Man 2 to give away to (2) lucky winners! The DVD and Blu-ray are set to hit the street on September 28th!
Entering to win your free copy of the film is a pretty simple process.
First things first:
You have to have a twitter account so if you don't have one yet, sign up. It's fast and it's free.
Second things second:
You just have to tweet the following...
Retweet to win: @GeekTyrant is giving away 2 Blu-Ray copies of #IronMan2, out on 9/28! Rt this msg 4 a chance to win! <link to this blog post>
Once that is tweeted, you've been entered into the contest!
The (2) Winners will be announced on Monday September 20th.
One other thing you need to know:
The contest is open to Us and Canada only (no Quebec or Mexico). To enter you have to be age 18 or over.
Good luck! »
Alexandra Burke has displaced fellow X Factor star Olly Murs at the top of this week's singles chart. 'Start Without You' landed straight in at number one, the third time that the series five winner has achieved this feat, bumping Murs's track 'Please Dont Let Me Go' down to four. Irish group The Script squeeze into the top five with their latest single 'For The First Time', while McFly's comeback single 'Party Girl' lands just behind them at six, becoming the boyband's fifteenth Top 10 release in six years. Must Be The Music semi-finalist Emma's Imagination manages to replicate the success of her fellow contestants Pepper & Piano, as single 'This Day' breaks into the Top 10 off the back of her appearance on the show. Elsewhere in the chart, former number ones 'We No (more) »
- By Daniel Sperling
Alexandra Burke is currently leading the midweek singles chart with 'Start Without You'. The song, which features rapper Laza Morgan, could become Burke's third chart-topper if she maintains her position until Sunday's official announcement. Elsewhere in the Top 10, Olly Murs slips to number three with 'Please Don't Let Me Go', while McFly are at five with their comeback track 'Party Girl'. The Script are on course for their second top ten hit, with 'For The First Time' at number six, while Must Be The Music's Emma's Imagination is at seven with 'This Day'. Further (more) »
- By Robert Copsey
Danny Jones has claimed that McFly will not be intimidated by new boybands such as Jls or The Wanted. The group released their new single 'Party Girl' this week. It is the first single lifted from their upcoming fifth studio album. Speaking to Metro, Jones was asked who he saw as their musical competition. "Nobody," he responded to the question. "I (more) »
- By Ryan Love
McFly have announced details of a seven-date tour. The 'Before The Noise Tour' will take place at the end of October, ahead of the release of their fifth studio album the following month. The group release their new single 'Party Girl' next week. The full list of tour dates are:
October 18 - Southampton, GuildhallOctober 19 - London, O2 Shepherd's (more) »
- By Ryan Love
Do you want to party with the Kardashians and the cast of Kim's new E! show, Spin Crowd? Well, tonight you can. Party Girl is live at Trousdale for all the action. I'll be interviewing the stars and possibly even asking your questions. Tell me what you want to know on Twitter. And in between the all red carpet action, check out the upcoming drama on season five of Keeping Up With the Kardashians after the jump! »
Parker Posey is a sort of NYC indie institution; in fact, she was dubbed "Queen of the Indies" in 1997 by Time, which was no small feat for a then-28-year-old. Although she made an impression with smaller parts in movies like Dazed and Confused, her lead role as Mary in 1995's Party Girl was her breakthrough. One might even argue -- or daydream -- that her role as Mary, a downtown girl who has a giant loft, an excellent wardrobe, and connections to anyone who's who in town -- could be confused with Posey herself. In any case, it's the first movie Posey carries on her own shoulders, and it's an adorable little movie and captures a corner of New York that I never got a chance to know and that's long gone by now.
Since then, Posey has become the poster girl for type of It Girl -- the »
- Jenni Miller
Craig here. It's Sunday. It's Take Three time.
Today: Rosamund Pike
Take One: An(ti) Education?
Earlier this year two great 1960s booze-soaked lushes missed out on Supporting Actress Oscar nods: Julianne Moore's Charley in A Single Man and Pike's Helen in An Education (2009). I'd personally have slotted both in the running had I sole ownership of the voting ballots. Similarly with her performance in The Libertine (see below) Pike sneaks in and very nearly scoops the film out of the hands of her co-stars. But, as with Moore, maybe her screen time wasn't quite enough to grab the Academy's full attention. No matter - Pike was the freshest and most lively presence in the film, Oscar nom or no.
Helen comes on like a Bright Young Thing - albeit dimly lit - full of the joys of life. But she wasn't all just boozy bewilderment though. She had »
- Craig Bloomfield
McFly have revealed that they were inspired by Prince and Michael Jackson on their new album. The group recently announced that the first single from the new LP would be 'Party Girl'. Tom Fletcher told the Daily Star: "We realised all the songs we’d been writing early on could have gone on the last album and that we weren’t doing anything new. "It made us decide to challenge ourselves to do something completely different. We wanted a drastic step in the other direction. "A couple of the songs in that early bunch that stood (more) »
- By Ryan Love
Chicago – Marvel Studios and Paramount Pictures sent over the cover art and all the juicy details regarding the September 28th, 2010 Blu-ray and DVD release of the smash hit “Iron Man 2.” Mark your calendars.
With over $300 million in domestic box office, “Iron Man 2” is easily one of the biggest hits of 2010 and the Blu-ray/DVD combo pack that’s been put together by Paramount looks like it will treat fans with the respect they deserve and once again deliver an amazing collection of special features. The Blu-ray for “Iron Man” was one of the best of 2008. “Iron Man 2” looks poised to take a similar title for 2010.
Iron Man 2 Blu-Ray/DVD
Photo credit: Paramount
The film will, of course, be presented in 1080p high definition with English 5.1 DTS-hd Master Audio, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and Brazilian Portuguese 5.1 Dolby Digital and English, English Sdh, French, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese subtitles. »
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