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Hear Betty Who Preview Third Album With Tender Single ‘Between You and Me’

Hear Betty Who Preview Third Album With Tender Single ‘Between You and Me’
Betty Who is preparing the release of her third album Betty with the tender new single “Between You and Me.” It will be the first album released by Who as an independent artist.

On the acoustic-pop tune, Who wonders where she stands with a flirtatious friend. “Just between you and me/I can feel something here/Wondering if you do too,” she sings on the infectious hook. The verses detail close encounters between the two and her desire for them to make the spark a full-fledged fire.

“‘Between You and
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Watch Panic! At the Disco Cover Weezer Classic ‘Say It Ain’t So’

Watch Panic! At the Disco Cover Weezer Classic ‘Say It Ain’t So’
Panic! At the Disco delivered a scrappy and endearing cover of Weezer‘s “Say It Ain’t So” during a session for SiriusXM Hits 1.

The band performed a faithful rendition of the tune, with frontman Brendon Urie’s acoustic strumming creating a foundation for guitarist Kenneth Harris to recreate – with a few clever tweaks – the song’s tumbling riff and solos. While Panic! At the Disco didn’t inject the “Say It Ain’t So” chorus with its quintessential distorted crunch, Urie’s massive vocals gave the performance a potent extra kick.
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Panic! at the Disco’s Brendon Urie Comes Out as Pansexual

  • Variety
Panic! at the Disco’s Brendon Urie Comes Out as Pansexual
Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie is giving new meaning to the band’s queer anthem “Girls/Girls/Boys.” In a new interview with Paper magazine, the musician opened up about his sexuality, identifying as pansexual.

“I’m married to a woman and I’m very much in love with her, but I’m not opposed to a man because to me, I like a person,” Urie said. “I guess you could qualify me as pansexual because I really don’t care. If a person is great, then a person is great. I just like good people, if your heart’s in the right place. I’m definitely attracted to men. It’s just people that I am attracted to.”

“I guess this is me coming out as pansexual,” he added.

Urie has been recognized as an advocate for the Lgbt community since Panic! dropped “Girls/Girls/Boys” in
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Amazon Gets Into Ya Game With Trio of Pilot Orders

  • The Wrap
Amazon is getting into the Ya business.

The Jennifer Salke-run studio announced Thursday it has greenlit three pilots in the young adult genre: “Panic,” from writer Lauren Oliver based on her The New York Times best-selling book, “The Wilds” from Sarah Streicher (“Daredevil”), and drama “College” from creator Marja-Lewis Ryan (“6 Balloons”).

The trio of orders boasts a roster of big-name executive producers, including Channing Tatum, “Transparent” creator Jill Soloway, Jamie Tarses and Lauren Oliver.

Also Read: 'Game of Thrones' Producer Vince Gerardis Lands First-Look Deal at Amazon Studios

“We see Ya programming as a big opportunity to expand our entertainment offerings for Prime Video and we are actively pursuing projects that spark conversation and co-viewing,” said Albert Cheng, co-head of television, Amazon Studios.

“We’re excited to explore the point of view of Lauren, Sarah, and Marja who are fresh and distinct voices in Television,” said Nick Hall,
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Here’s Everything You Can Watch With Your Amazon Prime Membership in June

  • The Wrap
Before we get to your Amazon Prime June updates, the streaming service has a special surprise for its members: every season of “Dawson’s Creek” is available now, and you don’t even have to wait until next month.

Starting June 1, stream “All or Nothing” which follows the New Zealand rugby team the All Blacks throughout their 2017 season. On June 3, you can stream the Oscar-nominated “Lady Bird,” followed by Amazon Original series “Goliath” Season 2 on June 15.

See below for the complete list of titles hitting Amazon next month.

Also Read: Amazon Sets Awards Release for Luca Guadagnino's 'Suspiria'

Available June 1

1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992)

2 Days in the Valley (1996)

Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1987)

As Good As Dead (2010)

August Rush (2007)

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans (2009)

Beer for My Horses (2008)

Beowulf (2007)

Black Widow (Aka: Before It Had a Name) (2005)

Blitz (2011)

Blood and Glory (2016)

Blue Like Jazz
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5 Biggest Questions About This Year’s Tony Nominations

  • Variety
Harry Potter, Tina Fey, Denzel Washington, Panic! at the Disco: They could all end up sitting in the same room in six weeks, because they’re all contenders for nominations for the 2018 Tony Awards. Who’ll stand tall, and who’ll be shut out? Here are the five biggest questions about this year’s nominations, with answers set to come when nominators name their choices Tuesday morning.

1. Can any show beat “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”?

In the race for best play? Probably not. In a season that was fairly light on new plays, the sweeping two-parter “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” — beloved by critics, massively popular with audiences, and poised to run as long as “Hamilton” — is this season’s clear juggernaut. It’ll easily score a nod for best play and is already tipped to win in a category that’ll likely include “Farinelli and the King,
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'American Idol' Contestant Jonny Brenns Once Tried to Audition for 'The Voice'

He needs a miracle! Aspiring singer Jonny Brenns knew that his performance last night on American Idol wasn't his strongest, but at least he is able to take criticism. Jonny is one of the 14 contestants left on the show and even though he may be facing elimination on tonight's episode, he should feel proud of how far he's come so far in the competition — especially because he got farther than he did when he attempted to audition for The Voice! Before he got his golden ticket to Hollywood, Jonny, 19, tried to chase his dream in 2017 by uploading an audition tape for the rival competition series. Though it's unclear if he ever got to audition for the judges in person, Jonny tried to get the producer's attention with a cover of Noah Cyrus' 2016 song "Make Me (Cry)" — and his American Idol fans have been leaving him sweet messages in the
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Examining Hollywood Remakes: Invasion of the Body Snatchers

  • Cinelinx
This time we have a film which has been remade multiple times. However, we’re choosing to focus on the best of those remakes. This week, Cinelinx looks at Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978).

This often adapted story is based upon a three-part serialized story by Jack Finney which appeared originally in Colliers Magazine in 1954. It was expanded into a novel called “The Body Snatchers” in 1955.The first film version came out in 1956, and is considered one of the truly great sci-fi films. It has been remade three time, in 1978, 1993 and 2007. This article looks at the 1956 and 1978 movies because they are clearly the best of the four. Body Snatchers (1993) is just mediocre and the Invasion (2007) is just a mess. The other two are classics.

The 1956 version was written during the Cold War ‘Red Scare’, when the public was constantly reminded by our government to keep vigilant of Communist infiltration. This
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Ernest & Celestine review: bear and mouse are friends

Might be the most ridiculously cute movie I’ve ever seen, in a way that transforms adorableness into something honest and wise and deeply satisfying. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

This might be the most ridiculously cute movie I’ve ever seen. Not cute in a schmalty, sappy, insipid way, but in a way that transforms adorableness into something honest and wise and deeply satisfying, like how the best children’s picture books do. (Indeed, this is based on the series of books by Gabrielle Vincent.) An ineffable sweetness arises as if by accident from this simple story of a mouse, Celestine (the voice of Pauline Brunner), and a bear, Ernest (the voice of Lambert Wilson: Flawless), who overcome the “natural” animosity between their kind to
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Official Trailer for Oscar Nominee 'Ernest & Celestine'

I named Ernest & Celestine as the Best Animated Film of 2013 in my 2013 RopeofSilicon Awards and yet it hasn't even hit theaters here in the States yet outside of an Oscar-qualifying run late last year. Directed by A Town Called Panic helmers Stephane Aubier and Vincent Patar along with Benjamin Renner, the film has been granted an English dubbing for its Us release as it will open in Los Angeles on February 28 and New York on March 14 followed by national expansion to all major Us markets over the subsequent weekends. The story follows the two title characters, a mouse named Celestine and a bear named Ernest. In this story, based on the book by Gabrielle Vincent, the bears live above ground while the mice live below. Unlike her fellow mice, Celestine is an artist and a dreamer - and when she nearly ends up as breakfast for ursine troubadour Ernest, the two form an unlikely bond.
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How to name a character – raid your inbox!

How do writers come up with character names? Some raid their emails, some plunder their school days – and some take inspiration from Psycho. Stephen Poliakoff, Abi Morgan and more talk to David Jays about the hunt for the perfect moniker

"I've never had a character called Jonathan," muses Stephen Poliakoff. "I don't like the name. But I've used Richard twice." The writer of nearly 50 plays and screenplays, including last year's Dancing on the Edge for the BBC, has come up with countless fictional names in the course of a career that has spanned almost five decades – from the disaffected waifs of his early plays to figures rubbing shoulders with 20th-century history in recent work. So how does he do it? "The name comes out of the character," he says. "I often see them, but just don't know what to call them. And if I give them the wrong name, I
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56th BFI London Film Festival – Schedule Announcement

The programme for the 56th BFI London Film Festival launched yesterday under the new creative leadership of BFI’s Head of Exhibition and Festival Director, Clare Stewart, bringing a rich and diverse programme of international films and events from both established and upcoming talent over a 12 day celebration of cinema. The Festival will screen a total of 225 fiction and documentary features, including 14 World Premieres, 15 International Premieres and 34 European Premieres. There will also be screenings of 111 live action and animated shorts. A stellar line-up of directors, cast and crew are expected to take part in career interviews, master classes, and other special events. The 56th BFI London Film Festival will run from 10-21 October 2012. This year sees the introduction of several changes to the Festival’s format. Now taking place over 12 days, the Festival expands further from its traditional Leicester Square cinemas – Odeon West End, Vue West End, Odeon Leicester Square
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56th BFI London Film Festival – Line-up announced

Announced yesterday, the programme for the 56th BFI London Film Festival brings a rich and diverse programme of international films and events from both established and upcoming talent over a 12 day celebration of cinema. The Festival will screen a total of 225 fiction and documentary features, including 14 World Premieres, 15 International Premieres and 34 European Premieres. There will also be screenings of 111 live action and animated shorts. A stellar line-up of directors, cast and crew are expected to take part in career interviews, master classes, and other special events.

This year sees the introduction of several changes to the Festival’s format. Now taking place over 12 days, the Festival expands further from its traditional Leicester Square cinemas – Odeon West End, Vue West End, Odeon Leicester Square and Empire – and the BFI Southbank to include four additional new venues – Hackney Picturehouse, Renoir, Everyman Screen on the Green and Rich Mix, which join existing London venues the Ica,
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‘Argo’ & More Added To BFI London Line-Up, Plus Watch First TV Spot For Ben Affleck’s Thriller

  • The Film Stage
One of the clear victors emerging out of Telluride was Ben Affleck‘s The Town follow-up, the political hostage thriller Argo. Featuring a great ensemble including Bryan Cranston, Alan Arkin and John Goodman, the film received top-notch reviews for its mix of thrillers and comedy and now we’ve got word it’ll be showing at another prestigious festival.

BFI London Film Festival announced their promising line-up today, which includes Argo, as well as Michael Haneke‘s Amour, Martin McDonagh’s Seven Psychopaths, Michael Winterbottom’s Everyday, Sally Potter’s Ginger and Rosa, Jacques Audiard’s Rust and Bone and much more. Check out the complete line-up below, as well as WB’s first TV spot for Argo.

London, Wednesday 5 September: The programme for the 56th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express launched today under the new creative leadership of BFI’s Head of Exhibition and Festival Director,
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Full Line-Up Announced For The 56th BFI London Film Festival

I’ve just literally walked out, not in disgust I must add, of the official press launch of the 56th BFI London Film Festival at the Odeon In Leicester Square in London.

Immediate stand outs are Ben Affleck’s Argo, Bill Murray’s Oscar tempting drama Hyde Park On Hudson, Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut Quartet, Sightseers, The Sessions, The Sapphires and Robot And Frank, starring Frank Langella, all of which will debut at the festival.

I’m still trying to process the amount of films thrown at us, and indeed while I do that, here’s the full release.

London, Wednesday 5 September: The programme for the 56th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express launched today under the new creative leadership of BFI’s Head of Exhibition and Festival Director, Clare Stewart, bringing a rich and diverse programme of international films and events from both established and
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56th London Film Festival 2012 Lineup Announced

  • HeyUGuys
The line-up to the 56th London Film Festival has just been announced and you can see the list of movies coming to the greatest city in the world below. We already knew that Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie and Mike Newell’s Great Expectations would open and close the festival respectively but now we have the rest of the movies coming to London Town.

Let us know your thoughts on the line-up below in our comments section.

The Festival itself runs from October 10th to October 21st and we’ll be doing our best to bring you reviews from as many films as we possibly can!

London, Wednesday 5 September: The programme for the 56th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express launched today under the new creative leadership of BFI’s Head of Exhibition and Festival Director, Clare Stewart, bringing a rich and diverse programme of international films and
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Lund International Fantastic Film Festival: First Wave Of Films Announced!

Our friends at the Lund International Fantastic Film Festival are gearing up for their 18th annual film festival at the end of September and have announced the first wave of films competing for the coveted international award, The Siren, and the best European fantastic film, the Méliès d'Argent. The winner of that award goes on to Sitges and competes for the Méliès d'Or award. What can festival attendees expect? The son of Cronenberg. The latest from the animators of A Town Called Panic. And a visit from one George A. Romero. It is going to be a good week of fantastic cinema in Lund, Sweden. Cannes-films, sensual Lithuanian Sci-Fi and Queer-Zombies in official competition at Lund Intl. Fantastic Film Festival.It's time to give you...
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Killer Mike – R.A.P. Music Review

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Killer Mike made his debut on Outkast’s legendary Stankonia album back in 2000 before appearing on one of my favourite Outkasts track a year later ‘The Whole World’. Since then he has gone on to release five solo albums on the Grind Time Official label. To some he is an Atlanta legend appearing on tracks with Outkast, T.I., Bun B, Young Jeezy and other Dirty South legends. He has often presented a more eloquent view of rapping touching on such diverse subjects as politics, religion and the plight of the poorer members of our society.

Although I usually would not take more than a passing interest in most of Mike’s catalogue, apart from a few of the more interesting songs, I immediately became interested when I heard his latest album would be produced entirely by El-p. The reason why this made it an interesting project
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Exclusive Media To Produce And Finance Agent: Century 21; Cameron Diaz and Benicio Del Toro To Star

Exclusive Media has come aboard to produce and finance the action/comedy Agent: Century 21 with Cameron Diaz and Benicio Del Toro attached to star, it was announced today by Exclusive Media Co-Chairmen, Nigel Sinclair and Guy East. The film is written by Greg Brooker (Stuart Little) and will be directed by Adam Hashemi, who will make his feature film debut.

The film will be produced by Andrew Lazar of Mad Chance (Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind) and David Greenblatt (Battle Los Angeles) with Shane Black (upcoming Iron Man 3) attached to executive produce.

Crushed by her recent divorce, Mary Kay Curly (Diaz) cannot catch a break. Desperate to protect the two most important things in her life, her kids and her real estate agent job, Mary Kay agrees to take on an unpleasant task for her boss that accidentally gets her kidnapped and tossed into the center of a Mexican drug war.
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‘Elite Squad’ Star Wagner Moura Tackles Fellini With ‘Fellini Black and White’

Playing an onscreen icon — Michelle Williams in My Week with Marilyn, for a recent example — is a real mountain for actors to climb, but how about a titan of filmmaking? As Anthony Hopkins works with the persona of Alfred Hitchcock, Variety reports that Wagner Moura (Elite Squad 1 & 2, Elysium) is signing to portray Federico Fellini in Fellini Black and White.

Henry Bromell, producer and occasional writer on Homeland, has scripted and will direct the independent feature, making Fellini his first big-screen effort since 2000′s Panic. Here, he’s zeroed in on the legendary Italian’s March 1957, inaugural trip to America; this attempt at attending the Oscars will be given a bit of fill-in-the-blank history, since he disappeared for about 48 hours and only made it in the nick of time.

If you were to ask the helmer, Fellini found himself “discovering the jazz and surf scenes and falling for a veterinarian while
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