That’s a lot of money, but not the kind of cash that Leonardo DiCaprio, Will Smith and Sharon Stone used to hustle out of wealthy oligarchs in a star-studded gala that topped off Cannes. This
Think of it as “Ready Stoner One,” as it wrangles a rather overwhelming compendium of references, easter-eggs and winks to some of the foundational texts of contemporary millennial culture and offers them as clues in a Galaxy Brain conspiracy.
Channeling Shaggy from “Scooby-Doo,” Andrew Garfield stars as Sam, a grade-a underachiever living the dirtbag dream in (where else but) the city’s Eastside hipster neighborhood of Silver Lake. Rent is long past due and the threat of eviction looms alarmingly close,
This has been a surprisingly boo-free Cannes, but von Trier seemed to be a lock to get a theater full of derision from the notably cantankerous press corps. And when you see the reports that 100 people walked out of the Monday night premiere, from which the vast majority of press were excluded, it came as a real surprise that the end of the long, violent, gleefully transgressive film was met with polite applause and only the smallest sprinkling of naysayers.
But the reaction fit the film — because in between various killings and vivisections, “The House That Jack Built” is kind of a bore. As much as von Trier loves to
Both men numbered among the Top 5, with each of them singing a selection from the songbook of season 4 “Idol” winner Carrie Underwood and another in honor of Mother’s Day. In a first for the franchise, these final episodes are airing live nationwide. America got to vote for their favorites in real-time, with the results revealed by host Ryan Seacrest at the end of the episode.
The Top 3 finalists — Gabby Barrett Caleb Lee Hutchinson and Maddie Poppe — will sing again live in two more coast-to-coast broadcasts beginning May 20. (Who will
The top three vote-getters — Gabby Barrett, Caleb Lee Hutchinson and Maddie Poppe — will contend in the final next week. And the bottom two — Cade Foehner and Michael J. Woodard — were bounced from the competition. (Who will win season 16?)
Which of this pair do you think was robbed of a place in the Top 5? Take a look at the list of songs they’ve sung throughout the competition and then cast your ballot for the artist you will miss most
However, Poppe is not assured of her place in the final. While she has 19% of the vote so far, Michael J. Woodard is right behind at 16%. The one contestant in the Top 5 who appears to be out of the running is Caleb Lee Hutchinson who registers a mere 8% to date.
Do you agree with these results? Which of the Top 5 do you think will be crowned winner of “American Idol” on May 21? If you haven’t voted in our poll yet,
Virtually tied for second are Foehner’s rendition of the Bob Dylan classic “All Along the Watchtower,” which was his Top 24 solo, and his first Top 14 song, Fleetwood Mac‘s “Black Magic Woman.” Surprisingly, his version of Kaleo‘s “No Good,” which won over judge Katy Perry in the Top 50, merited a mere 9% in our poll. Do you agree with these results?
Take a look at Foehner’s set list below and then weigh in with your pick. And be sure to
The film, which won the Palme d’Or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, has grown 50 minutes of new branches — although roots might be a better metaphor, since the additional material focuses primarily on the lives of the O’Brien family (characters played by Brad Pitt and Jessica Chastain) and the backstory of Jack (Sean Penn), whose search for meaning in the wake of his brother’s death drives a transcendental quest unlike any previously depicted on film.
“Terry doesn’t see this as a director’s cut,” says Criterion president Peter Becker, who insists that the 139-minute theatrical version is the official “director’s cut” and remains the centerpiece of the Blu-Ray edition.
On the May 6 show, the Top 7 sang two songs: one from year they were born and the other from the back catalog of the late singer/songwriter Prince. Ryan Seacrest revealed that the results of the public vote meant elimination for
The film opens with a group of girls entering a gig backstage, up ladders and fire escapes via the men’s loos. We could be almost anywhere, at any time, the black-and-white taking us back to the 1960s. So far, so global. But once inside the venue, we are soon made aware of the differences between audiences on either side of the Iron Curtain: everyone is seated, toes are surreptitiously tapped, and standing up or waving posters are strictly policed and forbidden. Welcome to Leningrad circa 1981.
The band on stage is led by the charismatic Mike (Roman Bilyk). He loves Marc Bolan, Bob Dylan, Lou Reed and of course David Bowie. New music is seeping into the
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Do you think that Foehner’s finest performance was one of the two tunes he sang on the May 7 episode that saw the Top 7 reduced to the final five? Those songs were written by Prince (“Jungle Love”) and Jewel ( “Who Will Save Your Soul”). Or was it his first time in the spotlight when he won over judge Katy Perry with his version of “No Good” by Kaleo? Perhaps you
Which of the final five do you think will be crowned winner of “American Idol” on May 21? After reviewing the rundown of all the songs they’ve sung to date in this reality competition, cast your vote in our poll. And be sure to sound off with your thoughts on this revival of “American Idol” in the comments section.
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Of the other five artists still in contention, three — Maddie Poppe, Catie Turner and Michael J. Woodard — earned double digit support. Poppe is at 12%, Turner has 13% and Woodard is fifth with 11% of the total tally. Jurnee Siani managed just 7% while Caleb Lee Hutchinson is last at 6%.
If you haven’t voted in our poll yet, do so at the bottom of the post. Before casting a ballot for your favorite, take a closer look at each of the remaining artists in the photos above and scroll down to review the songs that the Top 7 have sung throughout the competition.
Which of these lucky seven do you think will be crowned winner of “American Idol” on May 21? After reviewing the rundown of all the songs they’ve sung to date in this reality competition hosted by Ryan Seacrest, cast your vote in our poll. And be sure to sound off with your thoughts on this revival of “American Idol” in the comments section.
See ‘American Idol’ Winners: Where Are
The new weekly podcast will see the two long-time friends inviting some of the biggest names in television, film, theater, music and more to join them revealing conversations and an actual free lunch. One of their first guests will be comedy legend Carl Reiner, pictured above with the two hosts. The series, launching this summer, will be available across multiple platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, iHeart, Stitcher, TuneIn and more.
“The show is called ‘Naked Lunch’ because we will all be completely naked,
If you haven’t voted in our poll yet, scroll down to review the songs that the Top 7 have sung throughout the competition and then cast a ballot for your favorite. And be sure to sound off on this ABC revival of “American Idol” in the comments section.
Of the other five artists still in the competition, only two — Catie Turner and Maddie Poppe — merited double digit support with the former at 14% and the latter with 12% of the total tally. Michael J. Woodard is at 9%, Jurnee Siani has 8% and
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