An adaptation of Jean Hanff Korelitz’s book You Should Have Known, "The Undoing" centers on Grace Sachs (Kidman), who is living the only life she ever wanted for herself. She’s a successful therapist, has a devoted husband (Grant) and young son who attends an elite private school in New York City. Overnight a chasm opens in her life: a violent death, a missing husband, and, in the place of a man Grace thought she knew, only a chain of terrible revelations. Left behind in the wake of a spreading and very public disaster, and horrified by the ways in which she has failed to heed her own advice, Grace must dismantle one life and create another for her child and herself.
The reboot returns star Kristen Bell, Enrico Colantoni and Jason Dohring to the series that ran for three seasons on Upn and the CW from 2004-2007. In the revival, spring breakers are getting murdered in Neptune, thereby decimating the seaside town’s lifeblood tourist industry. After Mars Investigations is hired by the parents of one of the victims to find their son’s killer, Veronica (Bell) is drawn into an epic mystery that pits the enclave’s wealthy elites, who would rather put an end to the month-long bacchanalia, against a working class that relies on the cash influx that comes with being the West Coast’s answer to Daytona Beach.
Simmons will play Clyde Prickett, an
According to Childs, “We’re rebooting and starting over and we’re going to try and find the perfect guy.” For anyone familiar with the novels and the Jack Reacher character, then you know that Cruise didn’t fit the physicality for the role.
That doesn’t mean Childs didn’t like working with the actor, though. He told the BBC, “Cruise, for all his talent, didn’t have that physicality,” and then noted that actor’s smaller size threw off some of the core fans:
“I really enjoyed working with Cruise.
Starring opposite Michael Pena, Hale will play one of the guests at a mysterious island where people can live out their fantasies — for a price. The movie is based on the television series, which ran for seven seasons from 1977 to 1984 and often dealt with dark themes and the supernatural.
Pena will portray Mr. Roarke, a role originated by Ricardo Montalban in the television series. The TV show became best known for Mr. Roarke’s sidekick Tattoo (played by Hervé Villechaize), who would ring a bell in a bell tower and shout “Ze plane! Ze plane!” to announce the arrival of a new set of guests at the start of each episode.
This is not the first time Drexler has triumphed for Record of the Year: He also won in 2014 for “Universos Paralelos,” a collaboration with Ana Tijoux. In addition, he was nominated in
The new Ep is a slim collection: six songs, none of which are longer than 2:30. Santigold shows up on the cheerful “Lights On,” which is full of shiny synthesizers and “Jingle Bells”-like swing. Ryan Beatty adds layers of falsetto vocals to “When Gloves Come Off,” which meanders prettily like an old Beach Boys record. And Tyler raps about
Contrary to what far too many filmmakers seem to believe, people of color didn’t just drop from the sky in the past few decades. We have been here all along; we’ve fought in wars, built cities, have been part of royal courts, and lived in lands as peasants, soldiers and laypeople all over the world. And women have always been a spectrum of personalities, opinions and lifestyles, muted only for the comfort of the male gaze.
“Mary, Queen of Scots” acknowledges both the struggles of women and the fact that people of color
And yet, the dream casting of peerless Irish-American actress Saoirse Ronan in the title role (her first time playing so far back from the 20th century) ought to be reason enough to justify another look at Mary’s torrid early years, when she returned from France following the death of her first
Fittingly, for a song that rebukes a doltish ex, the Colombian singer performed with all-female instrumentalists and female dancers. Her band added funk and playful swing to the tightly programmed recording, and before the song closed, Karol G’s guitarist reeled off a spirited solo as fireworks erupted nearby. But the key to “Mi Cama” is the wordless hook
The band opened with “En El Muelle De San Blas.” Lead singer Fher Olvera delivered his vocals with raspy fervor and the crowd hurled every word back at him. Then they moved into “Labios Compartidos,” a strum-heavy tune made for swaying and arena sing-alongs. The band closed with “Clavado En Un Bar,” which swings between sweet reggae and driving, slashing rock.
Asked by host Trevor Noah if Amazon opening up a NYC HQ is bad, Young-White said “It’s more than bad… it’s cliched. Amazon has been around for 24 years, and now they’re doing what, like, any 24 year old does: Move to New York, and gentrify a neighborhood.”
“They could have at least spent a year teaching English in Bangladesh,” he added.
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Noah countered with Amazon’s promise to invest $2.5 billion into the city. “Ok, but New York is already giving Amazon three billion dollars,” said Young-White. “Who wouldn’t take that deal?
He began with “Sensualidad,” which was originally recorded as a collaboration with J Balvin and Prince Royce. The single adheres closely to the formula of a previous Balvin and Bad Bunny record, “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola;” in turn, Cardi B may have been influenced by both songs when she made “Be Careful.” But during the Latin Grammys, the bleeping hip-hop beat was mostly indistinguishable,
“X” is a great duet with J Balvin, but initially Jam took the stage alone in Las Vegas. Luckily, Balvin showed up in time to sing the second verse, leaning casually against a massive, revolving cast of the letter X. The stage set-up could have been improved — there were awkward moments when both performers were hidden from view as the “X” rotated slowly away from the crowd.
Billed as a “Clerks for a new generation,” Everything Must Go is among several J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot-produced films that are in the works. Among the forthcoming films are The Slate from Hell Fest writer Blair Butler, an untitled female-fronted horror allegory from The Good Place executive producer Megan Amram, who will write the script, and The Seven Sisters of
Ozuna opened in an unexpected setting: Seated with two acoustic guitarists and a cajon player, he reimagined his trap hit “El Farsante” — a version with Romeo Santos reached Number 49 on the Hot 100 — as a pretty, yearning ballad. But he didn’t stay subdued for long. His next song was the slick pop reggaeton single “Unica,” and the programmed drums kicked in forcefully behind him.
Ozuna was nominated at the
Mexican singer Carla Morrison opened the performance — just as she opens Vibras — crooning the title track. On the album, her vocals serve as a perfect segue into the insta-classic “Mi Gente.” But in Las Vegas, Balvin turned instead to a different track, the smooth, bouncy “Ambiente.” The singer wore an iridescent sweatsuit and sauntered across a stage covered with similar material.
Balvin earned eight Latin Grammy nominations, more
Also in the feature film categories, a team from Avengers: Infinity War topped the VFX category, a team from The Shape of Water claimed the sound trophy and A Quiet Place editor Christopher Tellefsen won the editing prize.
Games of Thrones and The Crown were among the TV category honorees.
During the ceremony, Victoria Alonso, producer and executive vp production at ...
The Album of the Year category was typically stacked this year, with worthy entries from J Balvin, Monsieur Periné, Jorge Drexler, Natalia Lafourcade and more.
Trafalgar Releasing has reported more than $3.5 million in box office revenue in one day for the Coldplay documentary “A Head Full of Dreams” from director Mat Whitecross.
Trafalgar said the film sold more than 300,000 tickets in over 70 countries worldwide and across 2,650 movie theaters on Nov. 14. It was the no. 1 title in the Netherlands, no. 2 in the UK, Australia and Italy and no. 5 in the Us.
The release was in collaboration with Coldplay’s management team at Warner Music, Parlophone and Dave Holmes Management. The film showcases live performances and backstage footage from the global stadium tour A Head Full of Dreams, alongside archive material captured over 20 years.
Coldplay manager Dave Holmes said,
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