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‘Agt': 15-Year-Old Singer Slays Some Demi Lovato, Earns Heidi Klum’s Golden Buzzer (Video)

‘Agt': 15-Year-Old Singer Slays Some Demi Lovato, Earns Heidi Klum’s Golden Buzzer (Video)
Well, that’s one way to get to the live shows. On Tuesday’s “Agt,” 15-year-old singer Makayla Phillips belted out Demi Lovato’s “Warrior” — and she absolutely owned it.

The Canyon Lake, California teenager earned the “America’s Got Talent” studio audience’s appreciation and Heidi Klum’s Golden Buzzer.

“I love you,” the model and TV personality told the high schooler. “I think you are absolutely incredible.”

Also Read: Simon Cowell Finally Got the Singing Dog He Always Wanted on 'Agt' (Video)

“I love the whole package,” Klum continued. “I love your smile, how you project to everyone, your voice is incredible — you know what I’m gonna do for you?”

By now, you guys know what came next: Golden Buzzer, confetti, P!nk song, crying, hugs from family, etc.

“I think I just found the winner!” a confident Klum declared.

Also Read: 'Agt': 13-Year-Old Singer Gets Simon
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Which ‘America’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer act do you want to win Season 13 of ‘Agt’?

Which ‘America’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer act do you want to win Season 13 of ‘Agt’?
After the last of the “America’s Got Talent” audition episodes aired on July 10, we knew five of the nine acts that got the Golden Buzzer and a ticket straight to the live shows in Hollywood. Heidi Klum was the last of the four judges to find an act that deserved this special treatment. She pressed the button for 15-year-old singer Makayla Phillips on this sixth episode of “Agt.”

Her rivals on the judging panel — Mel B, Simon Cowell and Howie Mandel — had already singled out their favorites as had host Tyra Banks. In the upcoming judges cuts episodes, each of the four guest panellists — Ken Cheong, Chris Hardwick, Martina McBride and Olivia Munn — will also get to bestow this honor on an act.

Which of the five Golden Buzzer acts that we’ve seen so far do you want to win the million grand prize and a stint as
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Heidi Klum presses ‘America’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer for 15-year-old singer Makayla Phillips [Watch]

Heidi Klum presses ‘America’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer for 15-year-old singer Makayla Phillips [Watch]
Makayla Phillips may have been the last act to perform on the July 10 episode of “America’s Got Talent” but she was the first (and only) one to get the golden buzzer, which sent her straight through to the live shows. Before performing the Demi Lovato hit “Warrior,” this soft-spoken 15-year-old girl admitted she was nervous, having watched every season of “Agt.” (Watch her audition video above.)

But when she sang, all trace of nerves was gone. Phillips sounds like a singer who has been performing for years. Her confidence even overwhelmed head judge Simon Cowell, who was grinning throughout her show-stopping number which ended with the crowd giving her a standing ovation.

Poll Which ‘America’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer do you want to win Season 13: Amanda Mena, Courtney Hadwin, Michael Ketterer or Zurcaroh?

Before any of the judges could vote, Heidi Klum slammed down the Golden Buzzer,
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Jam Out to These '80s Hits From Glow Season 2 - Perms Optional

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We adore Netflix's Glow for its depiction of female friendship, its powerhouse cast, and of course, its unapologetically '80s soundtrack. Season two opened with Patty Smyth's energetic anthem "Warrior" playing to the electrifying neon pink title sequence. The nostalgic '80s music was here to stay. In fact, the show even blessed fans this season with original kitschy '80s-inspired music videos, which showcased, besides ludicrous lyrics, songstress Kate Nash's (who plays Rhonda) vocals.

While not all of season two's songs are from the '80s - Aretha Franklin's emotional '70s ballad "You're All I Need To Get By" is in the mix - most featured tracks pay homage to the neon-covered decade. There's something about moody lyrics set to drum machines and poppy synths that puts you in a sing-along mood, you know? From Run-dmc's upbeat "It's Like That" to Starship's "Nothing's Going to Stop Us Now,
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Jam Out to These '80s Hits From Glow Season 2 - Perms Optional

We adore Netflix's Glow for its depiction of female friendship, its powerhouse cast, and of course, its unapologetically '80s soundtrack. Season two opened with Patty Smyth's energetic anthem "Warrior" playing to the electrifying neon pink title sequence. The nostalgic '80s music was here to stay. In fact, the show even blessed fans this season with original kitschy '80s-inspired music videos, which showcased, besides ludicrous lyrics, songstress Kate Nash's (who plays Rhonda) vocals.

While not all of season two's songs are from the '80s - Aretha Franklin's emotional '70s ballad "You're All I Need To Get By" is in the mix - most featured tracks pay homage to the neon-covered decade. There's something about moody lyrics set to drum machines and poppy synths that puts you in a sing-along mood, you know? From Run-dmc's upbeat "It's Like That" to Starship's "Nothing's Going to Stop Us Now,
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Gal Gadot And Chris Pine Are On The Run In New Wonder Woman 1984 Set Pics

Of the various DC movies to arrive before the current decade expires, it may be safe to say that Wonder Woman 1984 is the most eagerly anticipated. After all, not only was the first film a smashing success at the box office, but it was just so damn good as well.

Helping to sate our appetites in recent memory have been the official unveilings of the Amazon Warrior’s new costume, as well as her next nemesis, the Cheetah. Well, technically, director Patty Jenkins has only yet to show off Kristen Wiig as Barbara Minerva, the human side of the equation, but we’re guessing we’ll see what she looks like in bestial form before long.

As for what’s to be discussed today, the latest exhibits to be witnessed are that of some set photos showing Gal Gadot and Chris Pine reprising their respective roles as Diana Prince and Steve Trevor.
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‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Writer On The Oprah Surprise And June’s “Warrior” Evolution

It’s been another dramatic ride this season on the Emmy-winning “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Series creator Bruce Miller and his writing staff have forged their own path after the first season mostly followed Margret Atwood‘s classic novel and, in so doing, have found inspiration from the darkest timeline many Americans are now experiencing. The events depicted often seem too close to home, but there have been rays of hope here and there that make you believe that June/Offred (Elisabeth Moss) and the other Handmaids may escape the nightmare of the former mainland United States, now an extreme authoritarian regime known as Gilead.

Continue reading ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Writer On The Oprah Surprise And June’s “Warrior” Evolution at The Playlist.
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Here’s Your First Look At Kristen Wiig As Barbara Minerva In Wonder Woman 1984

With all the hoopla surrounding the reveal of Wonder Woman 1984‘s official title a couple weeks back – not to mention the first image showing Gal Gadot in full costume being released days later – it’s important that we not experience sensory overload and remember what else the picture has to offer.

That said, one of the biggest talking points surrounding any superhero flick is that of whom the main villain will be. In this case, it’s the Cheetah, who’ll be played by Kristen Wiig. Though not perhaps the first person who’d spring to mind for this particular gig, we can’t rule out the famed comedian from churning out a memorable dramatic performance like, say, the late Robin Williams did in films such as One Hour Photo or Insomnia.

So, while rumors begin circulating that we’ll see Wiig as the full-on Cheetah in some sort
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2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards: How to watch live stream online on Monday June 18

2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards: How to watch live stream online on Monday June 18
The 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards will air nationwide from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica on Monday, June 18 from the beginning at 5:00 p.m. Pt/8: 00 p.m. Et. The freewheeling ceremony, which was taped on Saturday, is hosted by Tiffany Haddish. This breakout star contends in four categories for her role in Girls Trip: Best Comedic Performance, Scene Stealer, Best Musical Moment, and Best Movie.

Looking to watch the MTV Movie and TV Awards without a TV? The show will be available to cable and satellite TV subscribers on the MTV family of channels as well as Bet, Comedy Central, Spike and TV Land. Behind-the-scenes interviews will be available online at the official MTV Movie and TV Awards website, which will also feature a live stream.

Presenters and attendees at the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards included Kristen Bell, Common, Michael B. Jordan, Mila Kunis, Lady Gaga,
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Most Anticipated Movies of 2019

Most Anticipated Movies of 2019
Nearly two full decades into the New Millennium, 2019 promises to deliver the conclusion of the brand new Star Wars trilogy kicked off with The Force Awakens, the 25th installment of the James Bond franchise, and more sequels, reboots, superheroes, and video game based properties than we can shake a Godzilla at. Here we'll take a look at the 10 most anticipated movies of 2019.

We checked IMDb to see which 2019 movies are generating the most interest from users browsing their pages and combined it with MovieWeb's own data.

[10] Suicide Squad 2

It may not have been a critical darling, but Suicide Squad made plenty of money, which all but ensured this DC Comics super villain team-up would get a sequel. News of various movies in development involving breakout Suicide Squad star Harley Quinn and other projects involving different incarnations of the Joker have flooded sites likes ours in recent months. As we're making this video,
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Review: A Wrinkle in Time

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Much has been made of the budget allotted to the big screen adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s classic novel A Wrinkle in Time and how Director Ava DuVernay was a woman tackling something so massive. That’s a lot of press and pressure on a risky venture considering the novel may be beloved but not in the public consciousness. Thankfully, there have been other hits and misses to take attention away from the fact that this entertaining effectively flopped.

The movie, out today on Blu-ray from Walt Disney Home Entertainment, is a solid if flawed adaptation, that somehow missed the magical touch to enthrall younger viewers. As a result, the film is hovering near the $100 million domestic gross with prognosticators estimating it will lose the studio at least that much.

And that’s a shame because it deserves to be seen. The movie is colorful, visual treat that fully realizes L’Engle’s worlds,
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Demi Lovato Defends Her Las Vegas Prank Involving Her Bodyguard and a "Lady of the Night"

Sorry, she's not sorry. Demi Lovato recently opened up about the funniest prank she ever pulled — but the story completely backfired on the singer. According to Demi, she hired a sex worker to "surprise" her bodyguard while they were in Las Vegas, but her followers didn't find the "joke" so funny. "I hired a lady of the night in Vegas and sent her to Max's hotel room to surprise him," she wrote in a since-deleted tweet. "She walked into his room without his permission and grabbed him hin his 'area' and he freaked the f--k out hahahahaha." Soon, fans were calling out Demi for the insensitive prank, with many believing it was a form of sexual abuse. However, the former Disney Channel star defended herself, writing, "I swear I could tweet something about craving jelly beans and it would offend someone." For all of those coming at me rn, listen
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UAE Founder Sheikh Zayed Biopic in the Works From STXfilms

STXfilms is developing a biopic based on the life of the late Sheikh Zayed, the former president of the United Arab Emirates and ruler of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

Shekhar Kapur, whose credits include “Elizabeth” and “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” has signed on to direct the film. Cliff Dorfman will write the screenplay.

STXfilms made the announcement Thursday, noting that Sheikh Zayed was instrumental in the formation of the UAE in 1971 and is credited with transforming the emirates into a modern progressive state, attempting, as the nation’s first president, to create a world of coexistence and peace.

The studio said Zayed, who died in 2004, was considered a liberal ruler for the time period and became known for promoting tolerance, universal human values, women’s rights, and environmental protection, and carried out major reforms to the UAE’s education, healthcare, public housing, and urban development. He was also one
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A List Of Possible Titles For Wonder Woman 2 Have Surfaced

I’m not nearly as harsh on the DC Extended Universe as others may be, as I think – despite some missteps – that there’s a lot to enjoy about what’s been served up thus far. Still, I must concede that its finest offering to date was that of the Amazon Warrior’s first solo movie, so I’m right there with anyone else who’s eagerly anticipating Wonder Woman 2.

Of course, it’s assumed that’s merely a placeholder title because numbering DC movies just hasn’t been the modus operandi of Warner Bros. since the days of Christopher Reeve’s Superman. Granted, not many other heroes from this brand aside from Batman have been granted sequels in the time since, but you can’t deny the pattern that’s emerged.

So, before we move on, let’s go over what we do know about Diana Prince’s next adventure.
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Nick Jonas, Mustard & Chloe x Halle will perform at the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards

The MTV Movie and TV Awards honor the best achievements on the big screen and the small screen, but it wouldn’t be an MTV event without music. The network has announced two performances for the telecast on June 18: Nick Jonas and Mustard will perform their collaboration “Anywhere” (watch the video above), while Chloe x Halle will sing a medley of their songs “Warrior” and “The Kids Are Alright.”

Mustard is a producer, DJ and rapper who has released two studio albums: “10 Summers” (2014) and “Cold Summer” (2016), both of which feature guest appearances by high-profile acts including Big Sean, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill and John Legend, among many others. As a producer he’s responsible for hits including Tyga‘s “Rack City” (2011), Rihanna‘s “Needed Me” (2016) and Lil Dicky‘s “Freaky Friday” (2018).

Nick Jonas rose to fame as a member of the sibling pop band The Jonas Brothers,
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Nick Jonas and Mustard to Perform at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards

Nick Jonas and Mustard to Perform at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards
If you could be "Anywhere" right now, it'd be in Nick Jonas' arms, right? The pop star and Mustard will perform their new single "Anywhere" for the first time in its entirety! at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards, the network announced Wednesday. R&B duo Chloe x Halle will also take the stage at the Barker Hangar in L.A. to perform a medley of "The Kids Are Alright" and "Warrior" from their debut album. Confirmed presenters include Kristen Bell, Common, Michael B. Jordan, Mila Kunis, Gina Rodriguez, Seth Rogen and Zendaya. Additional performers and presenters will be announced at a later date. Tiffany Haddish will host the show live at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on June 18. As...
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Stx Boards Alibaba Pictures’ High-Profile ‘Warriors’ (Exclusive)

Stx Entertainment has come on board to co-produce “Warriors,” one of the highest-profile movies being developed by Alibaba Pictures. “Harry Potter” producer David Heyman and Stx board member Gigi Pritzker will produce the live action-and-CGI hybrid, which is based on a series of young-adult books and targeted at children and the Ya crowd.

Award-winning Hollywood pair Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger have signed on as screenwriters. Their credits include the three installments of “Kung Fu Panda,” “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water,” and “Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel.”

Warriors” is based on books by Erin Hunter, the collective pseudonym of three U.K.-based writers – Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, and Tui Sutherland – along with an editor, Victoria Holmes. Published by Harper Collins since 2003, the books feature clans of forest-dwelling cats caught up in stories of adventure, forbidden love, and faith.

Stx and Alibaba Pictures, the film offshoot of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba,
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Jennifer Morrison on Her Directorial Debut, 'Sun Dogs'

Jennifer Morrison on Her Directorial Debut, 'Sun Dogs'
Jennifer Morrison is no stranger in front of the camera, thanks to megaroles on Once Upon a Time and House, but she pulls double duty as star and director of her new film, Sun Dogs. She sat down with The Hollywood Reporter In Studio to discuss making her directorial debut, working with stars like Allison Janney and Ed O’Neill, and the pressures of shooting the film in just 18 days.

Speaking on how she got involved with Sun Dogs, Morrison explained that screenwriter Anthony Tambakis, whom she worked with on the film Warrior, sent her the script after seeing a short...
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Artists’ Top Movie Lists #1: Toshiaki Toyoda

After asking a number of artists that appear in our reviews and interviews, both in Amp and Asian Film Vault, to list their favorite movies of their country, we inaugurate a new column in Asian Movie Pulse, where we are going to present their selections.

The first “guest” of the column is no other than Toshiaki Toyoda, director of “Pornostar“, “Blue Spring”, “Hanging Garden” and “9 Souls” among others.

Here are his top ten Japanese films, in random order.

1. The Man Who Stole the Sun

A high school science teacher builds an atomic bomb and uses it to extort the nation, but cannot decide what he wants. Meanwhile, a determined cop is catching up to him, as is radiation poisoning.

2. Knock Out

A Japanese boxer stages a dramatic and dangerous comeback after suffering brain damage in the ring.

3. Woman in the Dunes

An entomologist on vacation is trapped
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Series Mania: Christoffer Boe on ‘Warrior,’ Ideals, Experimenting with Style

Lille, France — Produced by Denmark’s Miso Film and commercial channel TV2, sold by FremantleMedia Intl., “Warrior” marks the first TV work in years from one if the leading lights of the post Dogme 95 Danish cinema, Christoffer Boe, who burst onto the scene with his 2003 feature debut “Reconstruction.”

It shows. Following Cc (Dar Salim). a Danish army war veteran who returns to Copenhagen and, at the request of police officer, Louise, infiltrates a bikers’ gang to attempt to nail its boss, Copenhagen’s biggest crime lord, its beautifully toned title credit sequence unfolds to the sound of a drum beat.
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