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'Hide Away' Singer Daya Explains How She Managed Pop Stardom with High School

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'Hide Away' Singer Daya Explains How She Managed Pop Stardom with High School
Rising pop star Daya will kick off the People Now Concert Series Presented by Toyota Music on Thursday, with a performance that will stream live on People.com and other Time Inc. digital platforms at 4 p.m. Et. But before the 17-year-old brunette beauty takes the stage, she's returning to the bowling alley-setting of her "Hide Away" video with People Now - and opening up on how she managed her pop stardom with high school. "It was really insane," she said. "I felt like I was living the best of both worlds, like a little Hannah Montana-action there. "I
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'Hide Away' Singer Daya Explains How She Managed Pop Stardom with High School

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'Hide Away' Singer Daya Explains How She Managed Pop Stardom with High School
Rising pop star Daya will kick off the People Now Concert Series Presented by Toyota Music on Thursday, with a performance that will stream live on People.com and other Time Inc. digital platforms at 4 p.m. Et. But before the 17-year-old brunette beauty takes the stage, she's returning to the bowling alley-setting of her "Hide Away" video with People Now - and opening up on how she managed her pop stardom with high school. "It was really insane," she said. "I felt like I was living the best of both worlds, like a little Hannah Montana-action there. "I
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3Lau Channels Fetty Wap, MØ And Daya In “Lean Away”

It’s been a while since a good mashup really made its rounds, and it looks like 3Lau decided to take matters into his own hands and do something about it. The Las Vegas-based DJ/producer was clever enough to find a common thread between Fetty Wap’s “679,” Daya’s “Hide Away” and Major Lazer and DJ Snake’s “Lean On” featuring MØ, weaving them together in an unexpected synthesis that would yield “Lean Away.”

Underscored by the beat for Fetty Wap’s “679” (and thankfully none of the vocals), the top line alternates between the acapellas for the other two tracks. While 3Lau had to bump MØ’s vocal contributions to “Lean On” into a higher key to work with the other elements of the track, the whole of the mashup still works as an arrangement that’s greater than the sum of its parts.

While 3Lau still has yet
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Josh Lucas on The Mend and the Challenges of Microbudget Moviemaking

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Josh Lucas on The Mend and the Challenges of Microbudget Moviemaking
One of the best performances of the year so far comes from Josh Lucas, in the excellent, disturbing new film The Mend. In it, the actor plays the angry, rudderless Mat, who shacks up in his brother’s apartment after finding himself homeless. John Magary’s film avoids the pitfalls of typical odd-couple movies by playing with narrative and rhythm, and Lucas’s performance — alternating between aggression and avoidance — is a key part of the film’s unique effect. This is also an interesting development for the actor, who has had a career that spans big movies like Hulk, Poseidon, Sweet Home Alabama, and smaller ones like Undertow, Wonderland, and Hide Away. The Mend might be the smallest film he’s ever done, and certainly one of the most personal. He spoke to us recently about how he wound up in a microbudget movie, the challenges of doing such parts,
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Hear Mastodon's Ode to 'Game of Thrones' Villain 'White Walker'

Hear Mastodon's Ode to 'Game of Thrones' Villain 'White Walker'
Winter is almost coming to Westeros as the fifth season of Game of Thrones draws near, but before George R.R. Martin's fantasy series returns on April 12th, HBO will drop the second volume of their Catch the Throne: The Mixtape, a mix of hip-hop and heavy metal tracks inspired by the show. The first cut off the compilation was Talib Kweli's "Lord of the Light," and today Mastodon premiered their Throne track "White Walker," an ode to the terrifying frostbitten undead that sulk beyond the Wall.

Mastodon's foreboding
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Horror Round-Up: Ouija Seance Event, Burying the Ex, The CW’s ‘Dead People’ Pilot, New Tales of Halloween Images

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We’re back with another horror news round-up, this time focusing on a recent seance event that took place in Hollywood ahead of Universal’s home media release of Ouija. We also have acquisition details on Joe Dante’s zom com, Burying the Ex, as well as news on another supernatural pilot order from The CW, and new images from Epic Pictures Group’s upcoming horror anthology movie, Tales of Halloween.

A Blumhouse Productions and Platinum Dunes film from Universal Pictures, Ouija comes out on Blu-ray and DVD today and to celebrate the film’s home media release, Universal recently hosted a get-together in Hollywood that included Jason Blum and real life Ouija guru Robert Murch (an advisor on the film), who showed those in attendance how to conduct a proper seance:

“CEO of Blumhouse Pictures Jason Blum, director Stiles White, actress Bianca Santos, and Ouija historian & expert Robert Murch
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The HeyUGuys Instant Watching Guide – 14th October 2013

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God bless Lovefilm, they seem to know what their customers want and act accordingly.

Every time the summer holidays or half term roll around they add a bunch of kids entertainment and now as we are in October and it’s coming up to Halloween they add a whole load of horror films for your viewing pleasure.

Cinema distributors could learn a thing or two from this model, exactly how many horror films are being released in cinemas this Halloween? Oh that’s right only one, The Haunting in Connecticut 2, which doesn’t even make sense as its set in Georgia.

Django Unchained (2012)

Quentin Tarantino’s most recent film is not his best as some have claimed. Tarantino really milks people’s love of his dialogue in the mid-section which means that the pace drags massively for about 30 minutes. It’s not like in Inglorious Basterds where the pace of
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5 Reasons to Go to the Movies: Bradley Cooper, Ghosts, Bikes and More

Need a reason to see a movie this weekend? Not to worry, Casey Messer has five. The host of Naked Trailers previews this week's new additions to movie theaters and home video, which include ghosts, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a bike messenger, and a dread-locked Bradley Cooper.

More Reasons to go to the movies Saturdays 10:00a Et / 7:00a Pt

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Naked Trailers | Bradley Cooper | Casey Messer | Hit and Run | Bernie | Hide Away | The Apparition | Premium Rush
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The Work Is The Reward: Chris Eyre On “Hide Away”

It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly 15 years since filmmaker Chris Eyre burst onto the indie scene with 1998’s Smoke Signals, based on a short story by fellow Native American Sherman Alexie, who also wrote the screenplay, and starring Native Canadian Gary Farmer (probably best known for Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man). Since then the Portland homeboy has seamlessly shifted from the big screen, to PBS fare, to franchise TV and back again, most recently with Hide Away, an existential drama featuring Josh Lucas and James Cromwell. Earlier this year, Chris was tapped for an entirely different gig, chairing the Moving Image Arts Department at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, which is where I first met him when I arrived in town as the new director of programming for the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival. (Full disclosure: the second time I ran into Chris
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In Theaters: 'Snow White And The Huntsman,' 'Piranha 3Dd,' 'A Cat In Paris' & More

Another Memorial Day weekend come and gone, and here we are: summer has begun. Temperatures are rising all over the place, and you might have trouble finding comfort, let alone sleep, with all the humidity. You could make like the olden days and take to the air-conditioned cinema houses to beat the heat. With fairy tales, horror flicks, historical epics and more, there’s plenty of material to keep you in that ice-cold seat, eyes glued to the screen. Take note, however: the gore/scare factor is high this week; these movies probably won’t help you sleep at night.

The second Snow White flick of the year hits theaters this weekend, offering a much darker, gothic take on the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale than its predecessor. Rupert Sanders helms “Snow White and the Huntsman,” in which the titular Snow White (Kristen Stewart) and Hunky Hunter (Chris Hemsworth) join forces
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New to Theatres This Weekend: Snow White and the Huntsman, Battlefield America, Piranha 3Dd

There's just one major film hitting theatres to challenge Men in Black 3 this weekend, and that is Snow White and the Huntsman starring Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth. Reviews are looking mediocre to unfavourable so far, but that doesn't mean it won't potentially pull off a win. Also hitting theatres this weekend is the long-awaited Piranha 3Dd, but considering that it's opening on just 75 screens I can only assume it really is as bad as everyone says it is. Also in select theatres we have the dance flick Battlefield America (which, sadly, has nothing to do with the Battlefield video game franchise), the Oscar-nominated animated film A Cat in Paris, Australian horror flick The Loved Ones, and stoner comedy High School starring Adrien Brody and Colin Hanks. What will you be watching this weekend? Snow White and the Huntsman Battlefield America (limited) For Greater Glory (limited) Piranha 3Dd
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Josh Lucas and James Cromwell Weather Some Storms in Exclusive Clip from ‘Hide Away’

The aptly titled Hide Away (previously titled A Year In Mooring) is a quiet film that lives up to its name and premiered at the 2011 SXSW Film Festival where I called it a “meditation, intended to be slow and dwell in the melancholy.” Telling the story of an unnamed man (Josh Lucas) who hopes working to rebuild a rundown sailboat will also work to rebuild his own life, the film takes hold of you slowly, almost like grief itself. Plagued by a serious loss and struggling through that frustrating and undefined mourning period, Lucas truly embodies a man who has seemingly lost everything, but is still working to find his way back. I have long championed the talents of Lucas and this exclusive clip features his natural ability to take a simple scene and imbue it with a sense of heart and charm despite the pain his character is clearly carrying on his shoulders. Paired
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Review: ‘Hide Away’ Has A Great Performance By Josh Lucas Nearly Suffocated By A Truly Lousy Movie

Josh Lucas is one of those actors who, mathematically at least, ought to be a movie star. He’s been a part of several high-profile projects that should have launched him into the starry stratosphere (he was the romantic lead in Reese Witherspoon’s hit “Sweet Home Alabama,” a heavy in Ang Lee’s “Hulk,” and the anchor in big-budget Hollywood movies that were supposed to be hits but ended up tanking, things like “Poseidon” and “Stealth”) and he has a laid back appeal and versatility (seek out his menacing turn in David Gordon Green’s underrated “Undertow”) that should put him in the same league as, say, Bradley Cooper. Instead, he’s stuck in projects undeserving of his considerable talents… Like the low-budget indie “Hide Away,” a truly lousy movie that does everything it can to suffocate Lucas’ very fine performance.

The movie opens with Lucas’ character (who is
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'Hide Away' Star Josh Lucas Tells Us Why 'The Firm' Was an "Extraordinary Mistake"

'Hide Away' Star Josh Lucas Tells Us Why 'The Firm' Was an
In the indie drama "Hide Away" (opening in Los Angeles and New York this Friday), Josh Lucas plays a businessman haunted by his past and unable to make peace with his demons. The character couldn't be further from the actor I meet for 20-minute chat in a cavernous SoHo office to discuss his role in the film, directed by Chris Eyre ("Smoke Signals"). Amiable, direct and remarkably candid throughout our conversation, Lucas proves to be the type who's fearless to confront past experiences (both good and bad) and move on from them. And really, can you blame him? Since first making a big impression in Frank Marshall's survival drama "Alive," Lucas came close to becoming a big-screen heartthrob to rival Matthew McConaughey thanks to a swoon-inducing turn opposite Reese Witherspoon in "Sweet Home Alabama." He then went on to appear in a number of underperforming blockbusters ("Poseidon," "Hulk" and.
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New Releases: 'Men In Black III,' 'Chernobyl Diaries,' 'Moonrise Kingdom'

This weekend, it's a face-off between intergalactic crime fighters and earth's mightiest (box-office) heroes. Friday sees the release of "Men in Black III," which reunites Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as the alien-besting duo. While the series has historically brought in big box office numbers, does it have enough power behind it to potentially knock the superhero flick from its top spot? Let's take a look at the box-office predictions, in Moviefone's Weekend Movie Preview. Nationwide Releases "Men in Black III" What's the story? The third chapter of the extraterrestrial-policing series sees Agent J (Will Smith) traveling back in time in order to right history and save the life of his partner, Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones). Box-office prediction: The first two "Mib" films brought in a boatload of cash -- over $1 billion worldwide -- however, the newest film comes a decade after its predecessor. "Mib III" has the
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Exclusive Clip From Hide Away

ComingSoon.net has your exclusive first look at the new drama, Hide Away , opening in limited theaters and On Demand on Friday, May 25th. Directed by Chris Eyre ( Smoke Signals , Edge of America ), Hide Away is a stirring drama that follows the story of a successful businessman (Josh Lucas) attempting to resurrect his life. Entering an idyllic harbor as a broken and haunted man, he buys and boards the dilapidated sailboat, Hesperus. Disturbed at night by unsettling dreams of his past, the boat becomes a beacon of hope as he begins the challenge of bringing back the shine to the tarnished vessel--and to his life. Josh Lucas, Ayelet Zurer, James Cromwell and Casey Labow star.
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Hide Away Poster And Trailer

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Hide Away

Directed by Chris Eyre (Smoke Signals, Edge of America), and an audience favorite at SXSW festival, Hideaway is a stirring drama that follows the story of a successful businessman (Josh Lucas) attempting to resurrect his life.  Entering an idyllic harbor as a broken and haunted man, he buys and boards the dilapidated sailboat, Hesperus.  Disturbed at night by unsettling dreams of his past, the boat becomes a beacon of hope as he begins the challenge of bringing back the shine to the tarnished vessel . and to his life.

Directed by: Chris Eyre (Smoke Signals)

Written by: Peter Vanderwall

Produced by: Sally Jo Effenson, Josh Lucas, Kevin Reidy

Director of Photography: Elliot Davis (Winner . 2011 SXSW Competition Award Best Cinematography-Narrative Competition)

Starring: Josh Lucas (The Lincoln LawyerJ. Edgar), Ayelet Zurer (Angels and Demons), James Cromwell (The Artist) and Casey Labow (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn
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America's Next Top Model 18.09 "Barney Cheng" Review

America's Next Top Model 18.09 "Barney Cheng" Review

Can we talk about how Laura is just the worst?

All cycle long, I rode Kyle for how vacant her modeling was and the obnoxious praise she got for being a pretty typical Midwestern white girl, but Laura, that little devil, snuck past me. Of course, she had moments of being a bit of a spaz, seemed to be trying a bit too hard, and didn't appear to be emotionally ready for primetime, but she brought some energy to cycle 18 of Top Model and I liked that. Plus, she turned it out on more than one occasion, which is the ultimate cure-all for most reality show ails. If you do what you're supposed to do (and do it well), a little hiccup in likability can be written off, though not entirely excused. Ironically, though, it took Kyle's last episode for the veil to
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Rod Stewart, Zz Top, Ronnie Wood to play at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Rod Stewart, Zz Top, Ronnie Wood to play at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood will perform a tribute to their band The Small Faces/The Faces at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction gala. The duo will reunite on stage for their band's induction, while fellow inductee Donovan is to collaborate with John Mellencamp. Zz Top's Dusty Hill and Billy Gibbons will pay tribute to 'the Texas Cannonball' Freddie King, the noted blues guitarist whose hits include 'Hide Away'. Darlene Love has been selected to salute former Rock Concert host Don Kirshner, and Chuck D and LL Cool J will also honor the legacy of the Beastie Boys. (more)
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Napa Valley Film Festival Carries On

A few weeks back I had the distinct pleasure of attending and serving on the jury of the premiere edition of Napa Valley Film Festival. I want to promote / publicize their 2nd outing later this year but first I want to use this forum to say why I think they at Napa – and events like them worldwide – are so important now.

The Problem with the Movies Today

Distribution is broke. Worldwide, not just here in the Us. This is not an attack on our many dear friends who work in that field but a statement of fact. Or, to put it another way, people cannot see the films they want and need to see. Likewise films cannot find their audiences. The ‘demographic’ that wants to see them – and pay for the pleasure to support the work and the filmmakers – are frustrated by the current chaos and disruption of the system.

There are two (relatively) small but vigorous and important areas in the Us and elsewhere where this ‘existential’ problem is being addressed, acted upon and various solutions being tried. This as the environment is shifting daily.To me the proliferation these days of festivals worldwide reflects basically a demand and hunger of the public to see what’s new, different and good in cinema.

Theaters I refer you to the good work of our friends at Art House Convergence. We attended the recent pre-Sundance Utah meeting and got to meet many friends from around the Us who are passionate about their local theaters and audiences and finding and showing those special films.

Festivals Years back in my boyhood there were maybe 3 Festivals- Cannes, Venice, New York. When I was in college at Madison in the ‘60’s we had the Film Society. Folding chairs, 16mm scratchy prints but we saw a lot that was different and new.There are 2 kinds of festivals. The ‘big four’ (Cannes, Berlin, Toronto, Sundance) and maybe 5 if you count in Venice, which I normally do not (important, busy but small and limited in mandate). These fests generally go after a certain type of film (Berlin is huge but it really made its name – and still maintains much of its prominence – for showcasing world Glbt cinema) and have power and reach in selection. They also have very active ‘market’ segments (business activity) both de jura (Berlin, Cannes) but also de facto (Sundance, Toronto). The press goes, the trade goes but despite their great influence and reach these fests can be pretty small events, relatively speaking. Cannes – 100 films or so. Sundance – 130 or so. Toronto and Berlin are larger but these are all ‘only’ 10 day events. The other kind, are the thousands of events worldwide, film festivals that have various mandates, mainly to serve regional or local audiences or tastes

So we come to the smashingly successful (after its first year) event in Napa. Their motto?? Film. Food. Wine. Catalysts for Conversation...They really delivered on all counts.

I was impressed by their films this past year but the parties were something special. Anyone who knows me knows we go to a lot of parties for work during the year. Daytime – meetings, films. Nighttime – 2nd shift, parties, more work, eat out of your hands.

I have to say that Napa was very civilized in this regard. The food was exceptional, the wine even better and it was all so comfortable. The locals attending (there were lots!!) were interesting people with much to say. It gave me pause. Napa Valley has been an area I have come to over many years and periods in my life and I thought I knew the place but this was new and special – and impressive.

I next quote freely from their press release announcing Nvff 2012 :

'The Napa Valley Film Festival (Nvff) is now accepting film submissions for the second annual event. Showcasing the best of new independent cinema while embracing the epicurean pleasures of Napa Valley. Nvff unspools November 7 - 11, 2012 with a five-day series of events spread over four of the Napa Valley’s towns. The film festival welcomes submissions of any genre and will be selecting approximately 75 new films, including narrative features, documentaries, world cinema, short films, animation, and student works. Organizers are looking for films that will best entertain, inspire, educate and intrigue audiences.’

Nvff categories eligible for Jury and/or Audience Awards include:

-U.S. Narrative Feature -U.S. Documentary Feature -U.S. Narrative Short -U.S. Documentary Short Subject

Directors of films in competition for Best Narrative Feature participate in Nvff’s Artists-in-Residence program in partnership for the five nights of the festival and are treated to special events and workshops with their competition group and industry mentors.

Mentors who participated in the inaugural Nvff this past November included:

John Sloss of Cinetic Media (who also served as President of the Jury) Michael De Luca producer, (Butter starring Jennifer Garner also screened at the festival) J. Todd Harris, indie producer (Black Irish) James Cromwell, actor (The Artist, and Nvff Narrative Competition Selection, A Year In Mooring).

At 2011’s Closing Night Awards Ceremony, jury members Peter Belsito (Film Finders, indieWIRE) and film critic Kirk Honeycutt presented the $10,000 cash prize for Best Narrative Feature to Mamitas, filmmaker Nicolas Ozeki’s first feature. Meadowood Napa Valley will once again award the Best Narrative Feature Director with $10,000; as well, the Mt Veeder Appellation will present a $1,000 Peak Performance Award to the Best Actor in a Narrative Feature.

Filmmakers can submit films at Withoutabox.com beginning February 1. For early submission with discounted entry fees, deadline is February 29; regular submission deadline is April 16; late submission deadline is May 31; and the final extended submission deadline (for withoutabox members only) is June 28.

Visit www.napavalleyfilmfest.org for full details.

The festival's co-creators (and Cinema Napa Valley Founders) are Brenda and Marc Lhormer, producers and distributors of the feature film Bottle Shock, about the historic upset victory by Napa Valley wines over the French at the infamous 1976 wine-tasting competition in Paris. Bottle Shock premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival before going on to international theatrical distribution. The husband-and-wife team also ran the successful Sonoma Valley Film Festival from 2001 through 2008. In addition to producing the annual Napa Valley Film Festival, Cinema Napa Valley presents special film programs throughout the year and provides support to student filmmaking programs in Napa Valley schools.
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