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  1. Goldfrapp have shared the video for “Anymore” from their new album Silver Eye, via Dazed. In the Mary Calderwell-produced clip, filmed in Fuerteventura, Alison Goldfrapp leads a troupe of dancers in a mysterious desert ritual. Check it out below. View the full article
  2. Last night’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” welcomed Kid Cudi. Backed by a full string section, he delivered a performance of his Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’ track “Kitchen.” Watch it below. View the full article
  3. The Queen of Soul has announced plans to retire from recording this year. View the full article
  4. In November, Soulwax shared a new song called “TRANSIENT PROGRAM FOR DRUMS AND MACHINERY.” The song will appear on an album called FROM DEEWEE, which is out March 24 via Play It Again Sam. After planning and rehearsing, the band recorded the album in its entirety in one take on February 7 at Dewaele studios in Belgium. Last year, Soulwax released the original soundtrack for Belgica, on which they recorded as 15 fictional bands. See their upcoming dates here. View the full article
  5. Bob Bakish in a chat with THR explains the focus on six core brands and what will happen with "reinforcement brands" like VH1.read more View the full article
  6. In her latest music video, Lady Gaga dances while astride a motorcycle and shoots bullets from her high heels. View the full article
  7. 'Rogue One' star Diego Luna, when asked how he feels as a Mexican in Berlin during the Donald Trump era, added: "I'm here to investigate how to tear down walls."read more View the full article
  8. When it comes to sports streaming sites, Rojadirecta is one of the best known and longest standing platforms on the planet. As a result, it has gained a loyal and international following. Unlike most pirate sites that essentially lurk in the shadows, Rojadirecta is owned by a known company. Puerto 80 has been through several legal challenges over the years and Rojadirecta was even declared legal after two major lawsuits. Now, however, Rojadirecta’s life at the top appears to be on life support after a local court ordered the platform to shut down its operations. The ruling from the Commercial Court of A Coruña follows a complaint by Telefónica-owned Movistar+ against the site and its owner Igor Seoane. The company accused Rojadirecta of violating its intellectual property rights when it streamed sports content to the public without permission. According to El Pais, Seoane previously argued that certain allegedly-infringing soccer streams had been added to the site by its users. As such, Rojadirecta acted as a mere intermediary enjoying certain legal protections. The judge disagreed. “[The] cataloging and location in the corresponding sections of an index of contents was essential for the general public to access protected content,” he said. Adding that the content should have been reserved for subscribers only, the judge found that Rojadirecta facilitated infringement and is therefore guilty of breaching Movistar+’s intellectual property rights. “We did not agree on how this site was using our content and justice has been done,” a Movistar+ spokesperson said. The order to shut down, which was issued on February 1 but was published this week, covers all of Rojadirecta’s domains. The site will also be required to pay damages, pending any appeal. The broadcasters estimate the site cost them 500 million euros in damages each year. This is the second major setback for the site in recent months. Following a complaint from Mediapro and GolT, last November the Commercial Court of A Coruña ruled that Rojadirecta must cease linking to unauthorized streams of football events. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services. View the full article
  9. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A near fatal stroke couldn't take away the signature baritone of country star Randy Travis, and dozens of his friends, from Garth Brooks to Kenny Rogers, used their voices and his songs to honor the legend. View the full article
  10. Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Mashup Trailer of the Day: Surprise! It turns out Disney's live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast is actually a Harry Potter sequel about Hermione falling in love with Lord Voldemort, according to this impressive Pistol Shrimps mashup: Parody Posters of the Day: This weekend, John Wick: Chapter 2 goes up against Fifty Shades Darker, so here are some official posters for the former lampooning the latter: Actor in the Spotlight: Speaking of John Wick: Chapter 2, in honor of the sequel here's Burger Fiction with an evolution of Keanu Reeves: Filmmaker Influence of the Day: See how much Oscar... Read More View the full article
  11. A film market preview, an analysis of Donald Trump's dealmaking shadow and exclusive news of a 'Star Wars' spoof.read more View the full article
  12. In a call to investors this week, Disney CEO Bob Iger claimed he's seen an early cut of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which doesn't hit theaters until December, and called it "a great next chapter in the iconic Skywalker family saga." That revelation is likely to have whet your appetite for more Star Wars goodies, so here are a few recent updates to share: Star Wars Land We've seen the photos and the TV special, but when do we actually get to visit the Star Wars portion of Disney's theme parks? In the same call, Iger discussed the openings for both Pandora--The World of Avatar and the still unnamed Star Wars Land, the latter currently under construction at both Disneyland in... Read More View the full article
  13. Director James Foley takes the reins for the second film adapting E.L. James' best-selling S&M romance series.read more View the full article
  14. Hercules and Love Affair—the dance music project conceived by DJ and producer Andy Butler—have shared a new song with the Horrors’ Faris Badwan. It’s called “Controller,” and it’s out now on Big Beat. Stream it below (via The Fader). The song is from Hercules and Love Affair’s forthcoming album, which doesn’t have a release date yet. “The new album is a lot about spirituality,” Butler told The Fader. “Faris was happy to engage with that.” Hercules and Love Affair’s last album was 2014’s The Feast of the Broken Heart. View the full article
  15. There are few recent big screen adaptations of books that are so wildly different from the source material than World War Z. If you've only ever seen the movie and know nothing about the book, you're missing out. We're not bashing the movie, which is big budget, undead fun, just the fact that it is totally divorced from its source material. The actual book isn't about one man trekking around the globe in the middle of an outbreak. It's a bunch of different stories from survivors recounting horrors they witnessed during the apocalypse. There's a reason the book's subtitle is An Oral History of the Zombie War. So when we say that someone is making a movie being pitched as World War Z with vampires, we're not talking about the movie version of World... Read More View the full article
  16. Chad Stahelski spent most of his career being the guy filmmakers swap in when a stunt is too complex - or life threatening - for their actors to perform. Can't hit your actual star with a car? Get Stahelski. An actor can't believably fight ten guys at once? Get Stahelski. Stahelski became such a go-to secret weapon for action movies that he stepped up from stunt man to second unit director, overseeing the stunt-intensive action scenes on movies like The Hunger Games, Ninja Assassin and Captain America: Civil War. But in 2014 Stahelski and his longtime collaborator David Leitch stepped fully into the spotlight to direct John Wick. Audiences instantly fell in love with the result. So if you've been wondering why John Wick has such incredible... Read More View the full article
  17. See Rihanna's new green hair in photos posted by stylist Farren Fucci. View the full article
  18. Sometimes the toughest magic trick to pull off in Hollywood is making a "kids movie" that's also for adults. The barrier between the two has been vanishing for quite some time now, thanks hugely to Pixar, but there are still a few properties that feel like they're only for children. Lego Ninjago is one of them. Or, rather, it used to be. For those unfamiliar, Lego Ninjago started as a kids show about a wise, old master ninja who trains four young people with very different personalities in an attempt to take down an evil bad guy who is assembly an army. Basically, it was set up as the Lego version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The show, and related toys, proved to be hugely popular, and led to an evolution into all kinds of different mediums, including... Read More View the full article
  19. Migos have issued a statement addressing their comments about iLoveMakonnen's homosexuality. View the full article
  20. Anderson .Paak performs "Come Down" with a church choir in a new Grammys video. View the full article
  21. Toni Erdmann: Jack Nicholson will star opposite Kristen Wiig in a new version of German comedy Toni Erdmann. The Academy Award-nominated original follows a father who struggles to reconnect with his busy adult daughter. Reportedly, Nicholson saw the movie and enjoyed it so much that he suggested an English-language remake starring himself. It will be his first big-screen role since How Do You Know in 2010 (above). [Variety] World War Z 2: Last year, we heard that Brad Pitt wanted David Fincher (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, above) to direct the sequel to zombie epic World War Z. The project was just pulled from its planned theatrical release by Paramount, but Fincher is still "very creatively interested in directing the movie," according to one... Read More View the full article
  22. Nicki Minaj and Gucci Mane have reunited and apparently reconciled View the full article
  23. Krisha burst out of the South by Southwest film festival two years ago, a lacerating family drama revovling around a mesmerizing performance by Krisha Fairchild. The movie won both the grand jury award and the audience award at the festival; it was released in theaters last year and received further critical and popular acclaim. The movie also marked writer/director Trey Edward Shults as a filmmaker to watch. He took familiar elements -- a large family gathered for Thanksgiving dinner and disrupted by the return of a single character -- and molded them into something distinctive. The performances were raw and authentic, enhanced by Shults' ability to create a disturbing, almost otherworldly atmosphere. Now Shults' followup feature is on its way and it's a bold... Read More View the full article
  24. Fresh on the heels of Beyoncé’s epic Instagram pregnancy announcement (twins!) last week, music label Rockabye Baby has announced it will be releasing an album of baby-friendly versions of Queen Bey’s hits later this month. “Lullaby Renditions of Beyoncé,” a 13-track collection of sweet lullabies... View the full article
  25. The estate of late YouTube Messy Mya has sued Beyoncé for $20 million, alleging that ‘Formation’ uses an unauthorized recording of his voice View the full article
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