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Ariana Grande: God Is This Woman

Ariana Grande: God Is This Woman
When Ariana Grande first showed up on the radio, she came off like the ultimate teen-pop robo-princess, a bubblegum diva wearing a pair of kitten ears. She relished the role of the coy starlet, flashing her Mini Mariah pipes, Bardot ponytail and Edie Sedgwick fashion sense. In her videos, she kept trying to sing with her fingers in her mouth. Her smizing never stopped, even when delivering the kind of dippy lyrics only Swedish producers could write. (“I only wanna die alive” — really?) Yet she was so great at this role,
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Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman To Star In ‘Spiral’; Tony Todd Joins ‘Streetwalkers’; Christian Isaiah Cast In ’17 Bridges’

  • Deadline
Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman To Star In ‘Spiral’; Tony Todd Joins ‘Streetwalkers’; Christian Isaiah Cast In ’17 Bridges’
UnReal star Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman has landed the lead role in Spiral, an indie film from Digital Interference production company. The narrative follows a same-sex couple raising a 16-year-old girl in a small town where nothing is as it seems. Kurtis David Harder is directing the film based on a script by Colin Minihan and John Poliquin. Chris Ball and Minihan are producing, while ICM Partners is handling worldwide sales. Bowyer-Chapman, repped by Innovative Artists, can be seen as a guest-star in FX’s American Horror Story: Apocalypse.

Tony Todd, the character actor who is best known his role in the Candyman slasher films, has signed on to join horror film Streetwalkers from Night Fox Entertainment. John Beasley will also co-star in the film, which is being directed by Benjamin Louis (State’s Evidence) based on a screenplay by Jonah Kuehner(Good Luck Charlie). The plot
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Friday’s best TV: The 2000s; Stand Up to Cancer 2018

  • The Guardian - TV News
An eight-part pop history beginning with the decade’s TV; the annual charity telethon returns, featuring the Muppets and Liam Gallagher.

Do we really need an eight-part pop history of the 2000s, a decade that feels as if it ended last week? Apparently so, although at least this Tom Hanks-produced CNN series, which has previously covered every decade from the 60s onwards, has proved itself a consummate teller of such tales, albeit with an overly American focus. As with previous outings, we begin with a look at the television of the decade, encompassing “platinum-age shows” such as The Sopranos and Breaking Bad as well as the rather less celebrated rise of reality TV. Gwilym Mumford
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‘Her Smell’s Elisabeth Moss Goes Down Rabbit Hole Of Manic Self-Destruction As ’90s Punk Rocker – Toronto Studio

  • Deadline
‘Her Smell’s Elisabeth Moss Goes Down Rabbit Hole Of Manic Self-Destruction As ’90s Punk Rocker – Toronto Studio
In Her Smell, Elisabeth Moss’ third film with writer-director Alex Ross Perry, the Emmy and Golden Globe winner trades in dystopian hopelessness for a different kind of darkness, throwing herself entirely into the anarchy of the ’90s punk rock world.

Starring alongside Cara Delevingne, Amber Heard, Ashley Benson, Dylan Gelula and more, Moss is Becky Something, the brilliant and brilliantly self-destructive front woman of ’90s rock band Something She, struggling with sobriety and alienating everyone in her path in the years of her creative decline. Clearly something of a muse for Perry, Moss is drawn to the “really great female roles” the director has written time and time again. “[He] makes movies that other people aren’t making, very unique,” the actress told Deadline, appearing with Perry, Delevingne, Heard, Benson and Gelula. “That’s the kind of stuff that I want to do.”

Prepping for the film—which focuses, atypically, on
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Ariana Grande Breaks Down Crying Talking About Manchester Bombing

  • TMZ
Ariana Grande Breaks Down Crying Talking About Manchester Bombing
Ariana Grande broke down crying as she opened up about the impact the Manchester Arena bombing has had on her life ... and TMZ has the emotional interview. Ariana was on Ebro's show on Beats 1 Radio Friday when he asked about her track "Get Well Soon" from her "Sweetener" album, and the importance of it to her in relation to last year's terror attack. The singer's instantly overcome with emotion, but manages to get into how
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Ariana Grande’s ‘Sweetener’ Includes Hidden Tribute to Manchester Victims

  • Variety
Ariana Grande’s ‘Sweetener’ Includes Hidden Tribute to Manchester Victims
A year after the terrorist bombing at her concert in Manchester, Ariana Grande is paying tribute to the 22 victims of the attack on her new album, “Sweetener.”

The final song, “Get Well Soon,” includes 40 seconds of silence that makes the song’s duration exactly 5:22 in length — the date of the Manchester bombing in 2017.

In an interview with Ebro Darden for Beats 1, Grande discussed the importance of the song’s message to “help each other through scary times.” “There’s some dark s— out there, man, and we just have to be there for each other as much as we can,” she said.

She continued, “[But] it’s not just about that. It’s also about personal demons and anxiety and more intimate tragedies as well. Mental health is so important. People don’t pay enough mind to it because we have things to do, we have schedules, we have jobs,
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Dave Grohl Talks Cal Jam Dream Lineup, Iggy Pop, Nirvana and Giving Back

  • Variety
Dave Grohl Talks Cal Jam Dream Lineup, Iggy Pop, Nirvana and Giving Back
If one thing is abundantly clear to anyone who’s ever spent time with Dave Grohl, it’s that he’s an even bigger music fan than he is a rock star. Whether talking about his favorite Van Halen album (“Fair Warning”) or getting to play drums as a teenager with Iggy Pop at a record release show in Toronto, he is as animated as he is on stage.

So Grohl and his Foo Fighters bandmates were the perfect people to resurrect Cal Jam, the massive festival held in 1974 and 1978, and last year when Grohl and the Foos flew the flag again, alongside Queens of the Stone Age, Cage the Elephant, Liam Gallagher and many more.

“Talk about bringing the party,” he says of the original festivals. “When I look at that lineup, I think about the musicianship. To see a band as funky as Earth, Wind & Fire, and then
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Emilia Clarke's Goodbye to Game of Thrones Will Have You Reaching For Some Tissues

  • Popsugar
Emilia Clarke's Goodbye to Game of Thrones Will Have You Reaching For Some Tissues
Fans have a year before the final season of Game of Thrones begins, but for the cast, the end is already here. On Sunday, the Mother of Dragons herself, Emilia Clarke, posted an emotional goodbye that paid tribute to the show's well-known filming location in Northern Ireland as well as the HBO fantasy series itself. The actress had attended the London stop of Beyoncé and Jay Z's Otr II Tour on Friday before heading back to Ireland, where things got real.

"Hopped on a boat to an island to say goodbye to the land that has been my home away from home for almost a decade. It's been a trip @gameofthrones thank you for the life I never dreamed I'd be able to live and the family I'll never stop missing."

A post shared by @emilia_clarke on Jun 17, 2018 at 12:23pm Pdt

Clarke also spent time with castmates Conleth Hill
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Emilia Clarke's Goodbye to Game of Thrones Will Have You Reaching For Some Tissues

Fans have a year before the final season of Game of Thrones begins, but for the cast, the end is already here. On Sunday, the Mother of Dragons herself, Emilia Clarke, posted an emotional goodbye that paid tribute to the show's well-known filming location in Northern Ireland as well as the HBO fantasy series itself. The actress had attended the London stop of Beyoncé and Jay Z's Otr II Tour on Friday before heading back to Ireland, where things got real.

"Hopped on a boat to an island to say goodbye to the land that has been my home away from home for almost a decade. It's been a trip @gameofthrones thank you for the life I never dreamed I'd be able to live and the family I'll never stop missing."

A post shared by @emilia_clarke on Jun 17, 2018 at 12:23pm Pdt

Clarke also spent time with castmates Conleth Hill
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Showmances and sculpted pecs! Seven things to expect from the return of Love Island

Adele and Jeremy Corbyn’s favourite dating show is back. The people behind the phenomenon talk villains, meta constructs and marriages on the horizon

Modern Toss on Love Island

We get very precious about the concept of love but I think we can all agree that adding a competitive element to it improves it manifold. That’s why ITV’s Bafta award-winning Love Island was so good last year: as well as having some special alchemy in the cast, there was just something about the third series that made it the most addictive, talked-about show on summer TV.

At its peak, 2.9 million viewers tuned in to Love Island, a show that, at its core, is a simple format where a series of evil producers mess relentlessly with very horny Instagram models. Last year it became a national conversation about horny Instagram models, though, and pulled in everyone from Stormzy to
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Concert Review: Rolling Stones Return to London for First Hometown Show in Five Years

  • Variety
The Rolling Stones returned to London for the band’s first hometown show in five years on May 22. It was the second stop on the “No Filter” tour and the usually football-ready London Stadium, where West Ham United Football Club plays, was converted to a Ga floor so fans were able to get close to the front. Good thing because it was a stripped-down affair, with no fancy stagecraft or giant inflatable women.

Mick Jagger will turn 75 in July, and while many marvel at the immortal genes of Keith Richards, you’d be hard pressed to find anyone 25 years away from 100 who has the energy, style, grace and, yes, voice of Jagger. That he can still sing is impressive in and of itself, but the fact that Jagger can run across the stage, and up and down a runway that jutted out into the crowd is mind-blowing.

Richards, on the other hand,
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Britain Marks First Anniversary of Ariana Grande Concert Bombing

Britain Marks First Anniversary of Ariana Grande Concert Bombing
Updated: Britain stopped Tuesday to mark the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack that left 22 people dead as they exited a joyful concert by singer Ariana Grande in the city of Manchester.

A nationwide minute of silence was observed at 2:30 p.m. local time, while a memorial service began half an hour earlier in Manchester Cathedral. “There is a land of the living and a land of the dead, and the bridge between them is love – the only survival, the only meaning,” said Rogers Govender, the dean of the cathedral, before the congregation launched into a rendition of “Amazing Grace.”

The service was attended by municipal and national leaders – including Prime Minister Theresa May and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon of Scotland – and clerics of different faiths. Prince William, second in line to the British throne, read a passage from the Bible. Outside the cathedral, hundreds of people watched the service on a giant screen,
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Foo Fighters Announce Cal Jam 18 Lineup: Iggy Pop, Billy Idol, Tenacious D, Greta Van Fleet, More

  • Variety
Foo Fighters Announce Cal Jam 18 Lineup: Iggy Pop, Billy Idol, Tenacious D, Greta Van Fleet, More
Foo Fighters will curate and headline another installment of their Cal Jam festival, with the 2018 edition costarring Iggy Pop, Billy Idol, Tenacious D, Garbage, Greta Van Fleet and many more Dave Grohl-endorsed artists. The festival will feature more than 20 artists across four stages, October 5-6, 2018, again at the Glen Helen Regional Park and Amphitheater in San Bernardino, Calif. The festival is promoted by Live Nation; the full lineup to day appears below. (Read Variety’s review of last year’s festival here.)

One-day tickets cost $99 (plus taxes and fees), according to the announcement. Saturday ticket holders have the option to buy a Friday night ticket for $30 (plus taxes and fees). All camping packages include free entrance to the Friday night Party. Tickets and camping packages go on sale this Thursday, May 17th at 10Am Pst.

The festival kicks off Friday night with Billy Idol, comedian Bridget Everett and Mexico City’s Mexrrissey,
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Eva Husson's 'Girls Of The Sun' heading to UK & Ireland with Altitude (exclusive)

Eva Husson's 'Girls Of The Sun' heading to UK & Ireland with Altitude (exclusive)
Drama stars Golshifteh Farahani as the commander of the all-female battalion of soldiers in Kurdistan.

Altitude Film Distribution has secured UK and Ireland rights to Eva Husson’s Cannes competition title Girls Of The Sun from sales agent Elle Driver.

The Kurdistan-set drama stars Golshifteh Farahani as the commander of an all-female battalion who is preparing to liberate her hometown from the hands of extremists. Cannes best actress winner Emmanuelle Bercot co-stars as a French journalist covering the attack.

Girls Of The Sun receives its world premiere at Cannes today (12 May).

Husson’s previous film was 2015 debut Bang Gang, which
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Microwave feature 'Sick(er)' rounds out cast, shoot underway (exclusive)

Lucy Brydon’s debut feature looks at the mother-daughter-grandmother dynamic through an anorexic protagonist.

Filming is underway on Sick(er), the family drama commissioned through Film London’s low-budget Microwave scheme.

Principal photography began on April 30, filming will take place on location in London and Essex.

Cast include Sian Brooke (Sherlock), Amanda Burton (Silent Witness), Fabienne Piolini-Castle (2: Hrs) and Nick Blood (Babylon).

The story follows the anorexic Stephanie (Brooke), who balances relationships with a mother preparing to marry and a teenage daughter in the context of her eating disorder.

Sick(er) is the first feature from writer/director Lucy Brydon,
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Cannes: Tina Turner Film to Document Rock ’n’ Roll Icon’s Life

  • Variety
Cannes: Tina Turner Film to Document Rock ’n’ Roll Icon’s Life
Tina Turner’s tumultuous rock ‘n’ roll life will be told in feature-documentary form for the first time, with buyers being introduced to the project at the Cannes market.

“Tina Turner” (working title) hails from Dan Lindsay and Tj Martin, the filmmakers behind the Emmy Award-winning “La 92” and Academy Award-winning “Undefeated.” They are reuniting with Simon Chinn (“Man on Wire”) and Jonathan Chinn (“La 92”) at Lightbox.

Erwin Bach, record producer and Tina Turner’s husband, will executive produce alongside Tali Pelman of Stage Entertainment, which launched “Tina Turner the Musical” in London’s West End last month. The film will feature Turner herself as well as friends and collaborators. It promises previously unseen footage of the star. Production starts later this year.

Altitude has international sales and will also distribute it in the U.K. and Ireland. Will Clarke, Andy Mayson and Mike Runagall will serve as executive producers for Altitude.
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Liam Gallagher Documentary ‘As It Was’ On The Way

Fans of Oasis and their outstanding documentary Supersonic should look out for a new feature coming to screens in the near future. Screen is reporting that Liam Gallagher: As It Was is on the way and will focus about the legendary Britpop frontman tell his story in his own words – as only he can – how he went from fronting Oasis to “living on the edge, ostracised lost in the musical wilderness of boredom, booze, and bitter legal battles”.

The trade says that the movie will head to the buying market at Cannes next week.

The feature documentary will reportedly contain footage from Gallagher’s performances at Reading, The Ritz, One Love Manchester and Glastonbury, as well as his sell-out gig in Finsbury Park.

Gallagher is quoted as saying: “As It Was is a documentary about my musical comeback. It covers the writing and recording of my first solo album,
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New 'Liam Gallagher: As It Was' feature doc heading to Cannes with Altitude

Altitude Film Distribution and Lorton Entertainment will co-distribute in the UK and Ireland.

A new feature documentary about Liam Gallagher’s solo career has been announced.

Altitude Film Sales has boarded Liam Gallagher: As It Was for international sales, and will introduce the film to buyers in Cannes.

Altitude Film Distribution and Lorton Entertainment will co-distribute in the UK and Ireland. Lorton were also involved in distributing 2016’s Oasis: Supersonic.

Liam Gallagher: As It Was is directed by Charlie Lightening, whose previous films include the Sandy Hook benefit concert film 12/12/12 and films for Robbie Williams, Bjork, and Kasabian.

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'Liam Gallagher: As It Was' feature doc heading to Cannes with Altitude

Altitude Film Distribution and Lorton Entertainment will co-distribute in the UK and Ireland.

A new feature documentary about Liam Gallagher’s solo career has been announced.

Altitude Film Sales has boarded Liam Gallagher: As It Was for international sales, and will introduce the film to buyers in Cannes.

Altitude Film Distribution and Lorton Entertainment will co-distribute in the UK and Ireland. Lorton were also involved in distributing 2016’s Oasis: Supersonic.

Liam Gallagher: As It Was is directed by Charlie Lightening, whose previous films include the Sandy Hook benefit concert film 12/12/12 and films for Robbie Williams, Bjork, and Kasabian.

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Cannes: Liam Gallagher Doc 'As It Was' Landing in Market

Cannes: Liam Gallagher Doc 'As It Was' Landing in Market
Liam Gallagher is heading to Cannes.

A documentary about the former Oasis frontman,<em> Liam Gallagher: As It Was</em>, will be making its market debut, with Altitude looking after international sales. Altitude will also co-distribute in the U.K. with Lorton Entertainment. The news comes just two years after the release of the doc <em>Oasis: Supersonic</em>, which Lorton also helped distribute.

Currently in production, the film is directed by Charlie Lightening, renowned in the music and live-entertainment industry having made films with artists such as Noel Gallagher, Robbie Williams, Bjork and Kasabian. He also produced the live concert 12/12/12, featuring Paul McCartney, The ...
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