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10 best music moments from Woody Allen films

27 September 2013 3:39 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Ivan Radford 30 Sep 2013 - 07:03

Ivan gives the soundtrack from Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine a listen, and provides a rundown of the filmmaker's 10 best music moments...

You can tell immediately when you're watching a Woody Allen movie. Not just from the opening credits (Windsor Light Condensed on black title cards) but from the music. Woody loves the stuff - he'd rather play clarinet with his band than go to the Oscars. He loves it so much that he joins the list of directors such as Quentin Tarantino and Martin Scorsese who are known for using popular, pre-existing music in their soundtracks. The man has directed an astonishing 43 films in his career. Just seven of those have original scores.

Allen started his career with none other than Marvin Hamlisch, who would go on to score The Spy Who Loved Me. Working on Bananas after Take The Money And Run, »

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[The Thirteen] 13 Songs Used in Films That Take On a Haunting Feeling

13 September 2013 9:30 AM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

This Friday the 13th, we are proud to bring you a new column called The Thirteen! The Thirteen will be a Top 13 list of a topic that we choose and the column will run every 13th of the month! The Thirteen is a collaborative column where we all decide on entries that fit said topic.

The topic this month: regular songs that have now taken on a haunting feel thanks to a film that used it in a unorthodox way. Now, every time we hear the song, we not only think of the film it was featured in but also get the heebie jeebies from it as well. It was inspired by Tiny Tim’s song Tiptoe Through the Tulips which was used in the film Insidious. With Insidious: Chapter 2 in theaters now, what better way to introduce this topic.

We had a lot of great songs to choose »

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Afternoon Delight: Mila Kunis teams up with the Wachowskis for "Jupiter Ascending," Tina Fey won't helm "Saturday Night Live"

15 March 2013 12:22 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Tags: Tegan and SaraMila KunisLana WachowskiIMDb

Good afternoon and happy Friday! We made it!!! 

Happy birthday to Eva Amurri Martino, Eva Longoria and Grey’s Anatomy’s Kim Raver

Raver posing with her Grey’s Anatomy co-star Dr. Arizona RobbinsJessica Capshaw

Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images

This weekend our favorite out musical duo Tegan and Sara will host the Woodie Awards. Tune into MTV on Sunday, March 17 at 8 pm/7 C to catch all the magic.

Lana and Andy Wachowski’s latest movie Jupiter Ascending, starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis, is slated to hit theaters on July 25, 2014.  (I can’t wait that long!)

Speaking of Kunis, the Black Swan star is being wooed by a female college student. Kirsten Bledsoe, a senior at Hollins University, has created the below video-plea asking Kunis to be her date to her school’s cotillion. How could Mila possibly say no to a »

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Mila Kunis, Jennifer Lawrence, and the Delicate Formula for Becoming America’s Best Friend

7 March 2013 9:20 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

On Sunday night, newly minted megastar Jennifer Lawrence welcomed a brand-new inductee into the most-adored-actress-ever club: Mila Kunis, who unexpectedly veered off script in an interview with Chris Stark, a shy first-time interviewer from BBC radio. Instead of delivering rote answers to rote softballs with the obligatory strained smile of the Hollywood automaton, Kunis encouraged Stark to ditch the usual questions and discuss her favorite beer (Blue Moon), his favorite pub drink (the Lad Bomb, a shot of Jager in a double-vodka Red Bull), and their ideal afternoon together (hitting the pub after a soccer match, of course). Kunis's swagger, her playful tone, and her comic timing (insulting Stark's favorite drink, then ripping through her Oz-related sound bites so they could get back to more witty banter) caused the interview to immediately go viral. Celebrity journalists, bloggers, and Twitterati alike took a break from unpacking their most glowing adjectives over »

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Mila Kunis Helps "Petrified" British Interviewer Navigate Adorable Discussion of Beer, Baywatch and Football

5 March 2013 11:20 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

BBC Radio 1's Chris Stark was "petrified" to interview Mila Kunis about her new movie, Oz the Great and Powerful. So he didn't. Not really, at least. Instead, the two talked about Stark's awesomely named friends (Sir Dosser, The Convict, Chango the Beast), booze (she likes Blue Moon, he prefers Jäger shots dropped into double vodka and Red Bull) and Baywatch. Oh yeah, and he asks her out three times. But the most impressive part might be when a publicist chimes in that they really should be discussing the film and Mila rapid-fire rattles off every par-for-the-course interview answer without hesitation. Bonus: Watch an arguably even more adorable Stark analyze his »

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Mila Kunis Is The Queen Of Press Junkets In New 'Oz' Interview

5 March 2013 8:02 AM, PST | Celebsology | See recent Celebsology news »

Mila Kunis is the queen of all press junkets from here on out. And that much is clear after watching a recent interview the actress did with on-camera reporter Chris Stark for BBC Radio 1 during an Oz the Great and Powerful junket. The interview went from nervous talk to talking about Stark's local bar, a wedding invitation, and even a chicken dinner. But what makes the chat is when Kunis screams about Stark not knowing what her favorite drink is (Blue Moon) and when Kunis just repeats what she's been saying to other reporters throughout the entire junket. Michelle Williams, great. Wish I worked with her more. James Franco, love. Etc. Etc.

Check out the video of Kunis in all her glory below:


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Grammys 2013: Full winners list

10 February 2013 4:01 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

The 55th Grammy Awards have arrived, and music's biggest night promises a ton of trophies, and hopefully some great live performances by today's hottest acts. Who has the best record of 2012? How about the year's best new artist? Stick with Zap2it throughout the night, as we continue updating the list of this year's winners!

All of the award categories are below, with the winners in bold.

Record of the Year"Lonely Boy" by The Black Keys"Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" by Kelly Clarkson"We Are Young" by Fun., featuring Janelle Monáe"Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye, featuring Kimbra"Thinkin Bout You" by Frank Ocean"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" by Taylor Swift

Album of the Year"El Camino" by The Black Keys"Some Nights" by Fun."Babel" by Mumford & Sons"Channel Orange" by Frank Ocean"Blunderbuss" by Jack White

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