Month: September 2021

For decades, he worked tirelessly to make himself the biggest movie star on the planet. Then he hit his “fuck-it 50s” and everything changed. Now, as he prepares a raw new memoir and a pair of films tackling racial themes, Will Smith is ready to speak his truth. By Wesley Lowery Photography by Renell Medrano
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News J. Cole Announces Dreamville Festival 2022 The Raleigh, North Carolina event is scheduled for April 2 and 3 By Matthew Strauss September 27, 2021 Facebook Twitter J. Cole at Dreamville Festival 2019 (Greg Noire) Facebook Twitter J. Cole has announced that his Dreamville Festival will return to Raleigh, North Carolina. The two-day event will
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Slight spoilers for Free Guy Free Guy will be available for digital download tomorrow (and 4K and Blu-ray on October 12th), meaning that more people will be able to see what I was screaming about back in August. To celebrate the release, we got an exclusive clip that gives a behind-the-scenes look at Molotovgirl, the thought process
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Sustainability is perhaps a newer benchmark for brands in the fashion industry—but it’s a value that has always been considered a signature of Italian style, and Umbrian-based label Fabiana Filippi is no exception. Intricate craftsmanship, careful selection of raw materials, and respect for the land (and the people who inhabit it), have become second nature
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Refresh for latest…: Warner Bros/Legendary’s Dune continued its spicy run at the international box office this weekend, adding a further $26.3M from 32 markets to lift the offshore total to $76.5M. To quote the Denis Villeneuve-directed film, this is only the beginning as the sci-fi epic is in early overseas release with many key areas
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UPDATE: As it turns out, Ben Affleck created even more goodwill with Jennifer Lopez after recently attending her latest concert.  A source tells E! News that Ben “really wanted to be there” to watch J.Lo at the Global Citizen Live event in New York City on Saturday, Sept. 25, and that the Hustlers star appreciated him making it happen. 
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Bleecker Street’s sci-fi romantic comedy I’m Your Man blasted off – relatively speaking in today’s specialty market – with a per screen average of $2,139 in 16 theaters in North America (12 U.S., four in Canada). Directed by Maria Schrader film with Maren Eggert and Dan Stevens, it was the rare specialty film of late
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You’ll want to sink your teeth into this update! Vampires were just about everywhere in the mid ’00s: The Twilight franchise dominated the box office, True Blood and The Vampire Diaries aired on television and teens devoured the Vampire Academy book series. However, at a certain point, Hollywood’s obsession with vampires began to wane. For instance, even TVD‘s first spinoff
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News Watch the 2021 Global Citizen Live Stream Featuring Lorde, Billie Eilish, BTS, Coldplay, and More Meek Mill, Green Day, Angélique Kidjo, Davido, Burna Boy, Christine and the Queens, Migos, Metallica, My Morning Jacket, and many others are participating in the 24-hour broadcast By Matthew Strauss September 25, 2021 Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter The Global
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The failure of Universal’s Dear Evan Hansen at the domestic box office with a $7.5M opening didn’t really surprise anyone after the movie was torn apart by critics post its TIFF world premiere. But the latest misfire by a feature adaptation of a Broadway musical raises plenty of questions about the sub-genre’s fate at the
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Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images Nina Garcia: Your fall collection was a tribute to Broadway. How did that love affair begin for you? Michael Kors: The first musical I ever saw was Annie Get Your Gun, with Ethel Merman. I was five years old. I had no idea who Ethel Merman was. I was knocked out—loved it.
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The Band’s Visit More and more nowadays, we’re seeing musicals being adapted from favorite movies like Beetlejuice, Pretty Woman and Matilda. The 2016 modern musical The Band’s Visit is an interesting one because it’s based on an Israeli film of the same name, sans the musical aspect. The production swept the Tony Awards, taking home
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Good 4 her. There’s no denying that Olivia Rodrigo is known for her chart-topping music and electrifying style. Since debuting her Sour album earlier this year, the pop star has continued to slay the red carpet. Whether she’s rocking a ’90s grunge look or opting for something frilly and feminine, she hasn’t missed a beat. On Saturday, Sept. 25, the 18-year-old
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