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  1. The erotic, S&M-laced 'Fifty Shades' sequel is doing better than projected, although 'Lego Batman' is still expected to pull ahead Saturday and win the weekend crown; 'John Wick: Chapter 2' a win for Keanu Reeves. read more View the full article
  2. Big Sean gets introspective in an open letter he wrote to his 18-year-old self. View the full article
  3. Leave it to DJ Khaled to turn an album announcement into a flashy, over-the-top experience. The invitation was cryptic. The hip-hop producer, Snapchat star and Grammy nominee had faux crystal plaques engraved with details of Thursday’s event sent to reporters. Held at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the... View the full article
  4. When you watch a movie like Fifty Shades Darker -- the much-hyped sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey, and the second installment in a trilogy to conclude with Fifty Shades Freed next year -- you expect a lot of the conversation to revolve around the hotter moments between Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) and Ana Steele (Dakota Johnson), or the delicious romantic intrigue that permeates every corner of the film. Curious fans, however, are very interested in a much smaller part of the film -- a throwaway moment in Christian's childhood bedroom where we see a Chronicles of Riddick poster hanging on the wall. The Chronicles of Riddick, like Fifty Shades Darker, is the second film in a three-part series, and it stars Vin Diesel as a highly skilled predator and member of a warrior race... Read More View the full article
  5. Phoebe Waller-Bridge is in talks to join the cast of the upcoming Han Solo movie, according to Variety. Reportedly, the role will be a "CGI-driven" performance, with comparisons made to Alan Tudyk's supporting role as security droid K-2SO in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. If things work out with Waller-Bridge, it's exciting news for a couple of reasons. First of all, she's a tremendously talented actress, as anyone who's had a chance to see her series Fleabag (above) on Amazon can testify. She wrote the six-episode series, based on her own, award-winning play, and stars as the titular character, a young woman dealing with the many challenges of living in modern-day London, while also harboring complicated, unresolved issues concerning a recent... Read More View the full article
  6. Desiigner finally drops his new single, ‘Outlet’ View the full article
  7. Terms of Endearment: Oprah Winfrey will star in a new version of Terms of Endearment. Lee Daniels is in talks to direct; the two previously worked together on The Butler (above). The 1983 Academy Award-winning version, based on a novel by Larry McMurtry, starred Shirley MacLaine and Debra Winger as mother and daughter in a family drama; Winfrey will play the role originated by MacLaine. [The Wrap] St. Agatha: Darren Lynn Bousman, best known for helming three installments of the Saw franchise (Saw II, above), will direct St. Agatha, described as a female-driven psychological horror movie. No other story details have been revealed; production begins this week in Atlanta. [Deadline] Bad Girl Gone: Music star Iggy Azalea and her production company have... Read More View the full article
  8. For example, they’ve done a 1920s-style version of “Gangsta’s Paradise,” they got an extremely sad clown to sing a Lorde song, and they recreated “Welcome to the Jungle” on the harp and cello. Well, for reasons unbeknownst to everyone, their latest video features an Isley Brothers-style rendition of Haddaway’s “What Is Love,” AKA the song from the “Roxbury Guys” SNL sketch/movie, and in the middle of it, The New Day’s Xavier Woods Honor Rolls in to play the tambourine and, of course, the trumpet. View the full article
  9. There’s new life at the former Liquid Kitty in West LA, as the understated drink spot on Pico Boulevard flips into a new concept called Neat. Wen Yeh, the backer at spots like BRU HAUS, West End, and The Belmont, is behind Neat, and says the place is looking to be a moodier neighborhood drink destination for a slightly pricier clientele. View the full article
  10. Internet backbone providers are an important part of the Internet ecosystem. These commercial Internet services have datacenters all over the world and help traffic of millions of people to flow from A to B. When the average Internet user types in a domain name, a request is sent through a series of networks before it finally reaches the server of the website. This also applies to The Pirate Bay and other pirate sites such as Primewire, Movie4k, TorrentProject and TorrentButler. However, for more than a week now the US-based backbone provider Cogent has stopped passing on traffic to these sites. The sites in question all use CloudFlare, which assigned them the public IP-addresses 104.31.18.30 and 104.31.19.30. While this can be reached just fine by most people, users attempting to pass requests through Cogent’s network are unable to access them. The issue is not limited to a single ISP and affects a small portion of users all over the world, the United States and Europe included. According to Cogent’s own backbone routing check, it applies to the company’s entire global network. No route to The Pirate Bay Since routing problems can sometimes occur by mistake, TorrentFreak reached out to Cogent to ask if the block is intentional and if so, what purpose it serves. A Cogent spokesperson informed us that they looked into the issue but that the company “does not discuss such decisions with third parties,” while adding that they do not control the DNS records of these sites. That the IP-addresses of The Pirate Bay and the other sites remains inaccessible suggests that it is indeed intentional. This is also backed up by the fact that the addresses in question have a “BGP community string” tag that prohibits it from being sent to other networks. For now, however, we can only speculate what the reason or target is. Since so many of the sites involved are accused of facilitating copyright infringement, it seems reasonable to view that as a possible cause. However, this remains unconfirmed for now. The Pirate Bay team is aware of the issue and tells us that users affected by the roadblock should contact Cogent with their complaints, hoping that will change things. In the meantime, people who want to access the blocked sites have no other option than to come up with a workaround of their own. According to various users the ‘roadblock’ can be bypassed with a VPN or Tor, and some proxy sites appear to work fine too. The websites themselves can still update their DNS records and switch to a new IP-address, which some appear to have done, but if they are the target then it’s likely that their new IP-address will be blocked soon after. — The following sites are affected by the Cogent blackhole, but there may be more. The Pirate Bay, Primewire, Movie4k, Torrentproject, Couch-tuner, Cyro.se, Watchseriesfree, Megashare, Hdmovieswatch, Torrentbutler.eu, Afdah. Movie.to, Mp3monkey, Rnbxclusive.me, Torrentcd, Moviesub, Iptorrents, Putlocker.com and Torrentz.cd. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services. View the full article
  11. The estate of Prince, who long battled the music industry, announced a deal Thursday with the world's largest label group Universal to release much of the pop icon's vast catalog. Under the deal, Universal gained rights to the fabled vault of unreleased music that Prince kept in his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota where he died in April. Universal is also taking control of 25 albums that Prince released on his own NPG Records imprint from the mid-1990s, when he wrote "slave" on his cheek and changed his name to the unpronounceable "love symbol" to fight his contract with Warner Brothers. View the full article
  12. The estate of Prince, who long battled the music industry, announced a deal Thursday with the world's largest label group Universal to release much of the pop icon's vast catalog. Under the deal, Universal gained rights to the fabled vault of unreleased music that Prince kept in his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota where he died in April. Universal is also taking control of 25 albums that Prince released on his own NPG Records imprint from the mid-1990s, when he wrote "slave" on his cheek and changed his name to the unpronounceable "love symbol" to fight his contract with Warner Brothers. View the full article
  13. The NBA is creating a brand new esports league called NBA 2K eLeague in partnership with Take-Two, the developers of the NBA 2K video games. The professional, competitive gaming league will debut in 2018 and marks the first time a traditional sports league will operate an esports league. The NBA & Take-Two are announcing a partnership forming the #NBA2KeLeague – the first competitive gaming league of its kind! pic.twitter.com/UqcSyKsnam — NBA (@NBA) February 9, 2017 NBA 2K eLeague which will mirror a typical NBA schedule with a regular season, bracketed playoffs and a championship. On ESPN's Sports Center, NBA commissioner Adam Silver said that the teams-of-five in the NBA 2K eLeague will be run by existing NBA teams and eventually every team will be represented. Read more... More about Sports, Basketball, Gaming, Nba 2k Eleague, and Nba 2k17View the full article
  14. Things have been rough for wearables of late. Companies like Fitbit are struggling, while Jawbone is apparently looking for the next big move away from the consumer category. And then there’s Pebble, which simply couldn’t survive on its own in the end. But Warren Buffett is apparently still convinced that there’s a future in the space. Berkshire Hathaway’s fittingly… Read More View the full article
  15. Going back to Berkeley with hip-hop’s James Dean Written by: Carvell Wallace Artwork by: Lindsay Farrell Video by: Joe Maziarski The hotel lobby where I am scheduled to meet G-Eazy is in downtown Berkeley, about 1,000 feet from where, a decade ago, he was a high school student named Gerald Gillum, rocking baggy pants and... Read more » View the full article
  16. Lil Wayne skateboards on a mini ramp in a studio with Nicki Minaj. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/lil-wayne-and-nicki-minaj-are-back-in-the-studio-news.28700.htmlView the full article
  17. Grab new merch from your favorite artists. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/urban-outfitters-drops-exclusive-hip-hop-merch-from-dram-mac-miller-and-outkast-news.28703.htmlView the full article
  18. After a New York sojourn in 2018, the Grammys will return to the Staples Center in 2019 as part of a multiyear extension of its most recent agreement. read more View the full article
  19. "It's about time somebody had a crack at it again," she said. View the full article
  20. "Phil Jackson is making it very difficult for him." http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/spike-lee-is-fed-up-with-knicks-ill-pack-phils-bags-for-him-news.28702.htmlView the full article
  21. About midway through his new book Universal Harvester, John Darnielle, lead singer of indie band The Mountain Goats and author of the critically acclaimed novel Wolf In White Van, drops a little nugget of wisdom: "Everybody leaves a little something behind." This may seem simple and mundane, but it is this core truth that animates Darnielle's haunting and unforgettable new novel. SEE ALSO: Listen here: 10 great podcasts for book lovers Universal Harvester follows Jeremy, a video store clerk in Nevada, Iowa, who notices that curious, shocking and sometimes violent scenes are being recorded on top of the store's tapes. When Jeremy and a few other employees at the store begin to investigate the tapes, they realize that the scenes were recorded just outside of their town, leading them down a dark and disturbing mystery that was hiding right in front of them all along. Read more... More about Mystery, Podcasts, Mashreads Podcast, Mashreads, and BooksView the full article
  22. What happens when your show is too popular? That's a perfect question for the team behind Netflix's Stranger Things. In this week's Entertainment Weekly cover story, executive producer Shawn Levy says Season 2 focuses on “quieting the cultural noise that surrounds our show.” Levy and the show's creators teased Season 2 for EW — and yes, Barb is still dead. "We saw a like slug coming out of her throat," Levy reminded CBS. "There’s no coming back from that but I will say her memory and the search for justice for her is a part of season two.” SEE ALSO: These 'Stranger Things' baseball jerseys will turn your world upside down Read more... More about Barb, Millie Bobby Brown, Entertainment Weekly, Stranger Things, and Netflix View the full article
  23. As 10-year-old Jesse knows, no day is complete without sitting in a completely empty room for at least one hour. And her truly wonderful bucket list is inspiring thousands — over 10,000, as a matter of fact — after her brother Josh spotted it on the counter at their house, then tweeted it out on Sunday. SEE ALSO: Experience true wedded bliss with the new Domino's pizza registry Behold. i found my sister's bucket list? what the hell is she on pic.twitter.com/lDAldRtw17 — Josh (@Asbronaut) February 5, 2017 The list, featuring gems like "eat a hammerhead shark, snake and bear," is impressive for several reasons. First, there's the sheer variety — imagine the wonder of a life in which you adopt a pet blobfish, then sleep for a full 24 hours. Read more... More about Twitter, Bucket List, Kids, and WatercoolerView the full article
  24. Throwback to a Big Sean x Chiddy Bang collaboration. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/big-sean-high-rise-throwback-prod-by-don-cannon-new-song.1972876.htmlView the full article
  25. What happens when Lin-Manuel Miranda, Marc Anthony and "Weird Al" Yankovic walk into a room? Minds explode, that's what. The three were photographed together and on Wednesday, Miranda blessed Twitter timelines with the picture paired with perfect realization: the three make up a human Venn diagram. SEE ALSO: Lin-Manuel Miranda teases brief 'Hamilton' return Look, a human Venn diagram pic.twitter.com/2RxqONfPqw — Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) February 9, 2017 The looks come from salsa artist Anthony, the long glorious locks clearly are from the parody king Weird Al, the scruff is all Miranda—but the cozy sweater game looks like a universal theme. Read more... More about Watercooler, Twitter, Conversations, Weird Al, and Lin Manuel Miranda View the full article
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