Jennifer Lopez & Bad Bunny, “Te Guste”
Sounds like: A trap-pop gamechanger
Perfect for: Reminding your partner why they like you in the first place
J. Lo and Bad Bunny knew how hard it would be to dislike their first collaboration, so they cut to the chase with the title: “Te Guste.” The trap-pop rom-com of a duet has the pair playfully competing over who has the most likable qualities while recalling a romantic meet-cute. Spoiler alert: it’s a tie.
“Está Rico” moves between gliding, airy passages and the hammering trap sound that has made Bad Bunny a star. In the track’s final third, a piano vamp nods to salsa, the genre that transformed Anthony into a household name. Smith functions like the track’s hype-man: As the recording comes to an end, he says, “you gotta play that again.”
He served a similar role in Las Vegas,
The deal marks the first time that the late-night talk show will be available in China with with current and past episodes available on demand.
Corden started hosting the CBS series in March 2015 and has secured a raft of A-list guests including Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Arnold Schwarzenegger, David Beckham, Julia Roberts, George Clooney and Will Ferrell. In addition to massive success on YouTube, the show’s Carpool Karaoke segment has gone viral and spun off into its own format with stars including Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, Stevie Wonder, Gwen Stefani, Elton John and One Direction appearing.
The Late Late Show with James Corden is produced by CBS Television Studios, with Fulwell 73. Ben Winston and Rob Crabbe serve as executive producers. The series is distributed worldwide by CBS Studios International.
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“Te Guste” is Bad Bunny’s latest collaboration with a well-known pop star, following singles like “Mia” with Drake, “I Like It” with Cardi B and J Balvin
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In one respect, this is not surprising. Over the course of a lengthy career, the 60-year-old Bocelli has sold a shit-ton of albums — at least 21.5 million in the U.S. alone, according to the RIAA — with a voice that makes wealthy grandmas weep. That means he can still play arenas here,
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Housed in a 14,000-square-foot facility in the San Fernando Valley, No Other Way also will have a separate production arm focusing on development and production of original content for scripted, unscripted and digital projects. The facility is housing Season 3 of NBC’s Jennifer Lopez-fronted World of Dance and the upcoming second season of Making It, with Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman.
“Mandy and I have both spent over a decade working as producers and are acutely aware of how beneficial it is to provide an all-in-one shop for post-production needs,” Katz said. “We also wanted to create a place for the creative community to develop ideas from inception to final delivery.”
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Chopra, 36, called the decision to wear one of Chapman’s gowns “women supporting women.”
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Described as being in the tone of “Fame” meets “Chorus Line,” the series is set at the most competitive and prestigious university dance department in the country and focuses on the dancers and the teachers who are all struggling to define themselves, find their voices and pursue their dreams.
The network has given a script sale commitment to “Major,” which will be written, executive produced and directed by Graff. Lopez will also executive produce, along with Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Kristel Laiblin and Benny Medina.
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The series hails from Universal Television in association with Nuyorican Productions.
“Major” would be the most recent in a string
Written by Graff, Major, said to be in the tone of Fame meets Chorus Line, is set at the most competitive and prestigious university dance department in the country. It focuses on the dancers and the teachers who are all struggling to define themselves, find their voices and pursue their dreams.
Graff executive produces and also is set to direct. Lopez, Goldsmith-Thomas, Kristel Laiblin and Benny Medina executive produce for Nuyorican. Universal TV produces in association with Nuyorican.
This is familiar territory for Graff, who wrote and directed music-themed features Joyful Noise, starring Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, and Bandslam starring Aly Michalka and Vanessa Hudgeons. Additionally, he is a Tony-nominated Broadway actor.
This is Nuyorican’s second recent broadcast sale.
Stx blamed rocky market conditions. The Hang Seng Index is down 24% since April, and tech, media and telecommunications stocks have been particularly hard hit amid a changing regulatory environment. Even with the backing of local investors and production partners such as Tencent and Alibaba, the money-losing studio’s Ipo may have appeared a risky bet.
If the studio succeeded in being listed, Stx would have been the first U.S. entertainment company to appear on the Hong Kong exchange.
“Given that we have a strong balance sheet, we have the benefit of time to wait out the volatility and unpredictability, and accordingly, have allowed our application on the Hkex to lapse,” said Stx Chairman and
Bryce McGuire’s “The White Room” also made the list, which currently has Rod Blackhurst attached to direct with Evan Hayes producing. Other film projects that made the 10th annual BloodList are Christy Hall’s “Get Home Safe,” Michael Voyer’s “The Broodmare” and Robert Zappia’s “The Devil’s Flame.” Vertigo Entertainment’s Roy Lee is attached to produce “Cobweb.”
Pilot scripts selected for this year’s list include Holly Brix’s “The Wake” and Alan Van Dyke’s “Amaranth.”
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