Victoria Beckham makes London Fashion Week debut

A decade after launching her label, the fashion designer shows her SS19 collection on home ground.
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Madonna’s Daughter Lourdes Leon Shows Some Skin at Her NYFW Debut

Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon, MadonnaMadonna’s daughter, Lourdes Leon, just made her New York Fashion Week debut.
The 21-year-old star walked her first NYFW runway show on Tuesday at Gypsy Sport’s Spring 2019 show in…

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Fiction: Lee Child Reviews a Debut Novel That’s Vintage Texas Noir

Randy Kennedy’s “Presidio” follows the flight to the Mexican border of a car thief turned accidental kidnapper.
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Shaq, Penney’s Primed for Debut of New B&T Collection

It’s a battle of the big men.
In less than a month, Shaquille O’Neal will face off against Michael Strahan on the men’s floors at J.C. Penney when the retailer launches a new line of big & tall tailored clothing for O’Neal that will join Strahan’s collection of all sizes that has been carried there exclusively since 2015.
Penney’s tapped O’Neal in March to serve as the company’s exclusive Big & Tall style ambassador and the new brand, Shaquille O’Neal XLG, is an extension of that relationship.
“It can be a very friendly competition,” said James Starke, senior vice president and head of merchandising for J.C. Penney, with a chuckle.
O’Neal wouldn’t be goaded into predicting which line would win at the register, saying graciously instead: “Michael is a friend of mine,” and adding that he believes there’s room for both celebrity collections at the store.
O’Neal’s collection, which will hit 350 stores and online on Sept. 12, will be exclusively targeted to the big & tall market while Strahan’s offers a wider range of sizes.
“We identified special sizes across the country as an underserved market, especially in men’s and kids,” Starke said. “As we were starting to formulate our strategy, we knew we needed

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Box Office Preview: Can ‘The Meg’ Chew Off a Monster Debut?

The dog days of summer are upon us. And no, not just because “Dog Days,” the canine comedy starring Finn Wolfhard, Nina Dobrev, and Vanessa Hudgens, opens on Wednesday. Unless “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” remains exceptionally strong in its third outing, it looks like a low-$ 20 million debut from Warner Bros.’ big-budget shark thriller “The […]



Kenzo’s Humberto Leon Makes Directorial Debut

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The co-creative director of Kenzo and cofounder of Opening Ceremony has written and produced his first film. Called “The Everything,” it features Kenzo’s fall collection as well as La Collection Memento No. 3.  
“The Everything” is a lighthearted drama about a family of teenagers with unusual powers that bring them together. The 27-minute film stars Milla Jovovich as the matriarch to a group of young characters played by Alexandra Shipp, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Sasha Frolova. The film also features Regina Hall, Jay Ellis, Zsela Thompson and Leo Reilly. Spike Jonze also makes a special appearance.
The movie is the latest installment in a series of campaigns Kenzo has produced with a different writer and director. Others who have produced films for the French brand include Gregg Araki, Sean Baker, Carrie Brownstein, Kahlil Joseph, Natasha Lyonne and most recently Ana Lily Amirpour for “Yo! My Saint!” a video for musician Karen O. The brand has also collaborated with Jonze for “My Mutant Brain,” a commercial for the Kenzo World perfume. 
Leon and Carol Lim founded the fashion retailer Opening Ceremony in 2002. They were named creative directors of Kenzo in 2011.  
The film will debut at an event during New York Fashion Week in September.

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Fiction: A Debut Novel Mixes Lust With the Directionlessness of Youth

In Andrew Martin’s “Early Work,” the already shiftless life of a struggling writer is derailed by romantic infatuation.
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North West Just Made Her Modeling Debut Thanks to New Fendi Campaign With Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, North West, Fendi North West is ready for her close up!
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Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams to make stage debut

The Game of Thrones star will play a sick teenager in US two-hander I And You.
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Virgil Abloh Taps Stylist Christine Centenera for Louis Vuitton Debut

RECRUITING DOWN UNDER: Virgil Abloh is working with Australian stylist and Vogue Australia fashion director Christine Centenera for his debut Louis Vuitton men’s collection, which will be presented in Paris on June 21, WWD has learned.
According to her sole international agent —Ben Hams at the Sydney-based agency M.A.P. —  Centenera is consulting to Louis Vuitton’s newly appointed men’s wear artistic director on his spring collection, will be styling the show and has been back and forth between her New York base and Paris working on the project since April. On Friday, she was en route to Paris for the final show preparations, Hams said.
Although Centenera has worked with Vogue Australia since 2012 — from 2016, based out of New York — she has also been building a parallel freelance styling career. Other clients have included Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Estée Lauder, for the latter’s fall 2017 Victoria Beckham collection campaign shot by Lachlan Bailey. Centenera met Abloh while both were working with West.
Centenera has consulted to West on all his runway collections since his debut spring 2012 women’s wear show in 2011. At the time she was the fashion editor of Harper’s Bazaar Australia and Abloh was the creative director of West’s creative agency, Donda.

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Belstaff Teams with McLaren Automotive on Capsule to Debut at Pitti

LONDON — The racetrack is fast becoming the new runway as fashion and luxury brands strike deals with motorsport companies for special collections.
Michael Kors and Tommy Hilfiger have both aligned their brands with Formula One, and now Belstaff is set to unveil a limited-edition capsule collection with McLaren Automotive, WWD has learned.
The collection includes 10 men’s pieces and three women’s outerwear pieces. For men, there is all-season trilayer outerwear and a gilet, lightweight stretch nylon outerwear, a performance leather jacket, suiting and shirting for the weekend.
Women’s includes three outerwear styles in all-season trilayer, lightweight stretch nylon and performance leather. The pieces have ergonomic seam lines and innovative stretch fabrics for a full range of movement, Belstaff said.
It will be previewed at Pitti Uomo ahead of the consumer launch in November. Belstaff x McLaren will be available at Belstaff stores globally, online, at select retail partners and McLaren Automotive Dealerships.
Key design details include mesh ventilation systems, pivot armholes, padded shoulders, concealed micro pockets, minimal necklines to aid peripheral vision and extended rear hems for driving. The collection has been made from lightweight, breathable and water resistant fabrics, and each garment has a rubberized printed serial identification number, aligned with McLaren cars’ naming

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Fumito Ganryu to Debut Namesake Label at Pitti Uomo

MILAN — Japanese designer Fumito Ganryu is the latest new entry in the upcoming edition of men’s wear trade show Pitti Uomo, running June 12 to 15 in Florence.
As part of Pitti’s “Designer Project,” he will unveil his new namesake brand at the trade show. Details regarding venue and time or date were not available at press time.
Previously, the designer launched the Ganryu brand operating under the Comme des Garçons umbrella in 2007, after cutting his teeth as pattern maker for Junya Watanabe starting from 2004. The Ganryu label was discontinued last year.
Earlier this month, Georgia was named guest nation of the trade show as part of the program promoted by Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery. The six Georgian brands and designers confirmed to present their collections in the special area of the Spazio Carra, at the Fortezza da Basso location, include Aznauri, Situationist, Anuka Keburia, Gola Damian, Tatuna Nikolaishvili and Vaska.
In addition, Craig Green and Roberto Cavalli will also show at Pitti Uomo. The former was named Menswear Guest Designer of the upcoming edition, while the latter was tapped as a special guest and will host a fashion show to relaunch men’s wear under the creative direction of Paul Surridge.

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Hardy to face ex-NFL player in pro MMA debut

Greg Hardy’s professional MMA debut will come against another former NFL player, Austen Lane, on June 12 in a heavyweight bout on the Dana White Tuesday Night Contender Series. – TOP

Here we go again! Cher makes Mamma Mia debut

Cher makes a dramatic entrance into the Mamma Mia film franchise as she crashes her granddaughter’s party, a new trailer has revealed.
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Profile: A Debut Novel. A Tiny Press. A Pulitzer Finalist.

“In the Distance,” by Hernán Diaz, is a weird western about a lonely Swede traveling America’s frontier in the 1800s. It’s very good.
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Calix by Massimo Palmiero Makes Debut in New York at Guggeheim

JEWELS IN THE ROUND: While some designers prefer to edge into New York to see what business they might reap, Massimo Palmiero dove right in, showcasing his jewels Wednesday night at the Guggenheim Museum.
Eleven dark-haired models in sleeveless black dresses and long satin gloves helped show off his Calix one-of-a-kind jewelry. Entwined around a black circular banquette in the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed rotunda, their circular display mirrored the building’s iconic skylight 90 feet above. While guests like Gabby Karan and Gianpaolo De Felice circulated, the company’s namesake spoke of how spherical designs have been integral to his work for years.
Admiring the Guggenheim’s winding path, Palmiero said, “I like the architecture and I like this design. I have been doing this spiral design for more than 15 years [leafing through a book of his work to illustrate that point.] The shape is something you see in my work. But everything that I am showing is new. Everything here tonight is one-of-a-kind pieces.”
Not interested in opening stores or opening retail accounts, the Italy-based Palmiero hosted a cocktail party to attract new clients. The fact that the Italian actress Monica Bellucci, a longtime client, was recently photographed in a magazine wearing Calix jewels

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Scarlett Johansson And Colin Jost Make Their Red Carpet Debut As A Couple

The two stepped out together at the “Avengers: Infinity War” premiere.
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Jabari Parker looks to reset after a forgettable playoff debut

The Bucks forward had a rough outing in his first taste of playoff basketball, but he and his teammates are confident that the real Jabari Parker will show up in Game 2. – NBA

Black Panther is debut film for first Saudi cinema

Black Panther will be the first movie shown when Saudi Arabia opens its first cinema in 35 years – bringing an end to a ban in the deeply conservative country.
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Spotify valued at $30bn in Wall Street debut

Spotify made its stock market debut on Tuesday, valuing the loss-making music streaming service at more than $ 30bn.
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Teyana Taylor, GCDS to Debut Capsule Collection

MILAN — “I love strong, independent women who have made a name for themselves, with incredible energy,” said Giuliano Calza, founder and designer of Italian contemporary streetwear firm GCDS.
The brand is gearing up to debut a capsule collection codesigned with recording artist, dancer, fitness entrepreneur and social media phenomenon Teyana Taylor, who has 6.1 million Instagram followers.
The capsule collection, which is named “Harlem made,” pays homage to Taylor’s origins. “It’s streetwear, where the hood and high fashion meet. That’s always been me. It’s Harlem made, I am Harlem. So it represents me as well as the culture,” she explained. The lineup includes T-shirts, hoodies, bodysuits and accessories, which are priced from 20 euros for a pair of socks to 160 euros for a sweatshirt.
“Last summer, I was in Los Angeles and I came across this late Eighties T-shirt with [a picture of] Cher holding a rainbow flag in her hand, and it was one of her tour merchandise items,” explained Calza, who drew his inspiration from vintage items from that period. “Modern icons don’t communicate this strong way anymore,” he continued, highlighting that instead of chasing cool, the collection is aimed at celebrating Taylor’s uniqueness and diversity.
On April 6, GCDS is

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Thomas: ‘I got my powers back’ in Lakers debut

Isaiah Thomas said he didn’t want to mess anything up for the Lakers, but the newly acquired guard showed flashes of his old form, even though the team had its four-game win streak snapped against the Mavericks on Saturday. – NBA

Idris Elba pops the question at film debut

Luther star Idris Elba delighted crowds as he got down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend Sabrina Dhowre at a screening of his new film.
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Books of The Times: Two Stories Harmonize in Lisa Halliday’s Deft Debut Novel

“Asymmetry” juxtaposes the story of a May-December romance (in which the man closely resembles Philip Roth) with the tragedy of an Iraqi-American family.
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Goop Hiring to Expand Collections, Debut Home Goods

The fashion world is going to get Goop-ier this year.
The high-end, love-it-or-hate-it lifestyle brand that Gwyneth Paltrow started more than a decade ago as a list of her favorite things and places for inquiring friends is ready to expand its collection of branded merchandise beyond a small line of skin-care and wellness products and a limited run of apparel separates.
Expect more knitwear, which Goop has dabbled in with a few pieces since launching its “G. Label” about 16 months ago, but also denim, which will be a first for the label. G. Label releases a handful of pieces every month and the most recent three-piece collection features a cable knit sweater priced at $ 650 and a sweater dress priced at $ 595.
Asked about the future of the line, Blair Lawson, Goop’s chief merchandising officer, said that G. Label is set to continue in its current format of “tightly edited monthly drops” that will be sold exclusively through Goop. But she admitted the company is “building out the team and infrastructure to support broader monthly collections,” as well as an expansion of the G. Sport athleticwear line.
The company is now looking for a fashion production director, a fashion buyer and a merchandise

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Profile: Lisa Halliday’s Debut Novel Is Drawing Comparisons to Philip Roth. Though Not for the Reasons You Might Think.

“Asymmetry” features a clandestine romance between a young editorial assistant and a famous, much older novelist.
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Gosha Rubchinskiy’s Paccbet to Debut Capsule With Carhartt WIP

GET YOUR SKATE ON: Ultracool skate brand Paccbet has teamed with Carhartt WIP on a 12-piece capsule line to hit stores later this month. The Russian brand, founded in 2016 by designer Gosha Rubchinskiy and a team of Russian skaters and artists, has reinterpreted some of Carhartt’s core workwear styles, taking its inspiration from late Eighties and early Nineties skating aesthetics.
Products in the line feature the Paccbet — pronounced “rassviet,” meaning “sunrise” in Russian — logo in Carhartt’s signature font, and include two-tone pants, the Detroit denim jacket reworked with bolder proportions and a cobranded T-shirt.
The capsule launches Jan. 24 at Dover Street Market and Carhartt WIP stores as well as selected skate shops. There will also be a cobranded pop-up in Moscow, set to open on Jan. 27.

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Daniel Day-Lewis’ ‘Phantom Thread’ Makes Stylish Box Office Debut

Daniel Day-Lewis’ fashion drama “Phantom Thread” performed impressively on its Christmas Day launch, earning $ 127,272 at four theaters for an average of $ 31,818 per screen. The Focus Features awards contender is expected to be Day-Lewis’ final film. The movie — set in 1950s post-war London — follows Day-Lewis, a renowned dressmaker, who, with his sister […]



The Last Jedi Projected to Make $440M in Worldwide Debut

Based on current industry projections, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is on track to make between $ 424 million and $ 440 million in its worldwide debut.

As reported by Deadline, industry sources expect the Rian Johnson-directed Star Wars movie to open internationally between $ 223 million and $ 240 million, and prior reports put The Last Jedi’s domestic debut in the ballpark of $ 200 million. Comparatively, Star Wars: The Force Awakens made $ 281 million internationally in its opening weekend and had a $ 537.96 million global debut.

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Broadway Box Office: ‘Farinelli and the King’ Makes Royal Debut

The Broadway box office got a nice jolt last week, with Bette Midler’s final weeks driving up prices at “Hello, Dolly!,” Bruce Springsteen returning after a week off and Mark Rylance’s latest New York stage outing, “Farinelli and the King,” looking regal in its first week. “Farinelli and the King” ($ 767,377 for seven previews) sounds […]



Balmain Features $40,000 Baseball Jacket in Debut Men’s Pre-Collection

CRYSTAL VISIONS: Developing daywear may be on the agenda at Balmain as part of the house’s growth strategy under its new chief executive officer, Massimo Piombini, but there’s no letting go of the glitz. Case in point — a crystal embroidered baseball jacket priced at around $ 40,000 that hangs in the “couture” section of the brand’s first men’s pre-collection.
Sporting the words “Balmain Army” across the back, the weighty item took around two months to make. “When it was completed, it was like Christmas, it was like, ‘It’s done, it’s exactly what I wanted,’” said Balmain’s creative director Olivier Rousteing during a tour of the collection in a Paris showroom on Monday.
Also rich in denim, jersey and knitwear, the expansive pre-fall 2018 men’s lineup spans casual fare and blinged-out items fit for the stage. “There is the same diversity as for the women’s,” said the designer. The brand counts personalities including Cristiano Ronaldo, Justin Bieber, Kanye West and Zayn Malik among its devotees, but is also “looking to attract a broader male audience” as part of its international expansion. Men’s wear currently represents around 40 percent of total sales.
Rousteing described the collection as a mirror reflection of the Balmain woman, but also

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Spurs’ Parker to make season debut vs. Mavs

Spurs point guard Tony Parker plans to make his season debut Monday when the team hosts the Mavericks, the team announced Sunday. – NBA

Profile: Krysten Ritter Spins Her Own Mystery in Her Debut Novel, ‘Bonfire’

The star of the Netflix superhero noir series “Jessica Jones” delves into a small town’s secrets in her new book.
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Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ Blasts Out the Gate, On Track for Million-Plus Sales Debut

“Reputation” is selling swiftly. Taylor Swift’s sixth album, which was available for purchase at 12 a.m. ET on Friday morning, has soared to over 600,000 in first-day sales in the United States, according to early reports from Buzz Angle Music. Buzz Angle’s Jim Lidestri predicts a one-week total between 1.2 and 1.3 million in the […]



Kristen Stewart Talks Directing Debut

Kristen Stewart’s short “Come Swim” marks the actress’s directorial debut, turning a vision she had in her head for some time into a film now available for streaming globally.
Stewart was on hand Thursday evening briefly speaking about the film’s creation and the thinking behind it following a private screening at the Westside Pavilion. “Come Swim” tracks a day in the life of a man grappling with a broken heart, delving inside his personal thoughts and emotions that become so crippling before he eventually comes to and realizes he will be fine.
“It was like when you are so in your own head,” Stewart explained to those in attendance at the screening. “You have things, feelings that, in a really cliché way, are feelings you just think nobody could possibly relate to. Yet, they’re the most standard. There’s not, like, a thought or a feeling you’re going to have that nobody’s had before you, but somehow when you’re in that, you’re so alone. I wanted to be able to really step inside someone’s head and externalize that and then be able to take a step back afterwards and be like from the outside we see you so clearly.”
Water plays a symbolic role

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‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Tops International Box Office With China Debut

Spy spoof “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” has led the international box office with $ 48.7 million this weekend — most of that coming from an impressive $ 40.3 million launch in China. Fox’s sequel to 2015’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is playing in 62 markets abroad and has now topped $ 250 million worldwide, including $ 35 million in […]



Happy Death Day Has Killer Box Office Debut

Happy Death Day had a strong opening weekend at the domestic box office, debuting in first place with an estimated $ 26.5 million.

Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions’ latest thriller has already proven to be a success, as the Christopher B. Landon-directed film had a production budget of just $ 5 million. Happy Death Day is one of several recent horror films to perform incredibly well for Universal, joining recent Blumhouse successes like Jordan Peele’s Get Out and M. Night Shyamalan’s Split.

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Proud Mom Alert! Cindy Crawford Still Can’t Get Over Kaia Gerber’s Fashion Week Runway Debut

Cindy CrawfordThe (supermodel) apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Over the years, Cindy Crawford has certainly earned her spot in the modeling and runway industry. But in recent months, her…

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Marvel’s Inhumans Box Office Total Ahead of TV Debut

Marvel’s Inhumans is finally making its debut on ABC tonight, but Marvel teamed up with IMAX to debut the first two episodes in theaters throughout the world.

Released in theaters on September 1, Inhumans had a short, premium-format theatrical run intended to highlight some of the scenes filmed in IMAX. After its full run, Inhumans made, according to Box Office Mojo, approximately $ 1.52 million domestically and $ 1.33 million internationally for a worldwide haul of $ 2.85 million.

Its domestic opening slotted Inhumans into the 24th highest-grossing spot of its debut weekend (Sept. 1-3) — a time frame which ended up being the worst Labor Day weekend at the box office in 17 years. Inhumans only screened in 393 theaters for a $ 2,889 per theater average. In terms of every movie playing that weekend, that made Inhumans the 14th highest-grossing by per-theater average, and the fourth-highest grossing of all new releases that weekend.

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BCBG’s Bernd Kroeber on His Debut Collection for Spring

BCBG Max Azria’s creative director didn’t have to look far for inspiration for his debut spring 2018 collection.
Bernd Kroeber, creative director of the BCBG Max Azria, BCBGeneration and Hervé Leger brands, will show his first BCBG collection Tuesday marking the brand’s return to New York Fashion Week.
“It’s so exciting,” Kroeber said Monday afternoon. “I feel so grateful and humbled and kind of nervous, too.”
For BCBG, it’s another move forward for the overall group following its sale out of bankruptcy in which Marquee Brands paid $ 108 million for the three brands’ intellectual property and Global Brands Group spent $ 27.4 million to buy the operations.
Kroeber was promoted to head design for all three of the company’s brands in March following the ouster of longtime creative director Lubov Azria and now leads the attempt to reinvent the contemporary fashion house as it seeks firmer footing within the design world.
The spring collection for BCBG, called “City of Angels,” Kroeber described as ethereal and sensual, but walking a number of fine lines between modernism and romanticism and hard and soft.
“BCBG spring 2018 I really wanted to give a tribute to our hometown Los Angeles and our effortless, contemporary roots,” Kroeber said. “BCBG’s a 29-year-old fashion

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Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich Photobombed by Derek Hough in Their Red Carpet Debut as a Married Couple

Julianne Hough, Derek Hough, Brooks Laich Here come the newlyweds! And…Derek Hough.
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Profile: A Debut Novelist’s Descent into Darkness

Gabriel Tallent’s “My Absolute Darling” is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated debut novels of the year.
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Eva Longoria Readies for New York Fashion Week Debut With Kia STYLE360

IT’S A FIRST: Eva Longoria, Rosario Dawson and Alysia Reiner are part of the batch of well-known newcomers that will be showing during next month’s New York Fashion Week.
They will be part of Kia STYLE360’s roster at Metropolitan West, which is located at 639 West 46th Street where live-streaming the shows, 360-degree virtual reality broadcasts and Facebook Live will all be part of the deal. Staring things off on Sept. 11, will be Studio 189 by Dawson and Abrima Erwiah. The proactive duo are trying to use artisanal sustainable fashion as an agent for social change. That night Andy Hilfiger, who certainly has attended his share of runway shows over the years, will be hosting one of his own as creative director of Artistix by Greg Polisseni.
With three directing projects “Black-ish,” Dylan McDermott’s new show “L.A. to Vegas” and Kaitlin Olson’s Fox show “The Mick,” Longoria will have no trouble calling the shots at the first show for her affordable Eva Longoria Collection on Sept.r 13. Another familiar face from the small screen is Vanessa Simmons of MTV’s “Run’s House,” who has been tweeting about her upcoming fashion week debut. Bad Butterfly presented by Candice Cuoco x Vanessa Simmons is on deck for

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With Dallas returning to Coliseum, a look back at Dak Prescott’s debut

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Empire Season 4: A Prince Homage and Jussie Smollett’s Directorial Debut

Empire, Poster, EMBARGO till 12:15 pm PSTEmpire is paying homage in its fourth season.
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Books of The Times: Portrait of a Nigerian Marriage in a Heartbreaking Debut Novel

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YouTube Star Eva Gutowski Just Launched Her Debut Clothing Line

Eva Gutowski, known for her captivating YouTube channel MyLifeAsEva, has quickly become one of the biggest vloggers, with more than 8 million subscribers at only 22 years old.

For the past four years, fans have closely followed along with Gutowski’s addicting fashion, beauty and lifestyle videos. Her content spans from how to survive your first high school relationship, her morning beauty routine, travel vlogs and plenty more.

But now, Gutowski’s job description goes far beyond “YouTuber.” In February, the star published her first book, My Life as Eva: The Struggle is Real, an autobiography about the ups and downs of her first 21 years of life. She got into acting when she starred in the lightly scripted YouTube series, How to Survive High School, and now has an even bigger accomplishment under her belt: clothing designer. 

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Gutowski just announced the launch of her seasonal clothing collection — called It’s All Wild — that’s inspired by the influencer’s favorite travel destinations around the world.

The inaugural collection features a mix of timeless, minimalistic essentials that can be incorporated into anyone’s wardrobe: a classic tee, Bardot shorts, a neck scarf and more!

“Whether you’re at the beach, walking the city streets or cuddled up at home, the Adventure Is Here collection has everything you need to look fabulous while doing it,” reads the website’s description of it.

“This is a project I’ve been so motivated to launch for years,” Gutowski said. “Travel and timelessness mean everything to me, and making clothes that resonate with the modern it-girl is what I knew I needed to do.”

Going forward, Gutowski plans to continue adding more stylish collections, which will be named after the destination the styles were inspired by. Her first capsule is available for pre-order on right now, and the pieces expected to ship out by August 15.

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Shoots To The Top Of The Box Office With $117 Million Debut

It’s the second largest debut in Sony Pictures history, behind “Spider-Man 3.”
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5 Reasons Why ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Landed a Heroic Box Office Debut

With an estimated $ 257 million worldwide opening, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is about as unmitigated a success as is possible for a movie. That’s been a rare sentiment this summer. Franchises like “Transformers,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” and even “Despicable Me” are showing signs of fatigue and have begun banking more on the international market. The domestic box… Read more »



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The strange case of Curtis Dawkins: How a convicted murderer ended up with a major book deal at one of the country’s top publishing houses.
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Deborah Lyons Introduces Debut Line at Harrods

FRESH START: Deborah Lyons, the designer previously known for her footwear label Mechanté of London, is coming back to the industry with a ready-to-wear brand.
Drawing from the lessons her time at Mechanté and from a line of jackets she did in collaboration with Misha Nonoo, Lyons is now focusing on curated collections with a clear customer in mind.
Her eponymous label takes a feminine approach, with girly touches for staple pieces that aim to take women from day to evening.
Some of the key pieces include pussy-bow shirts, bodysuits and slim, high-waisted trousers with playful velvet ankle ties. Outerwear is another key category, with smart tweed jackets with velvet panels and coats with interesting detailing such as exposed seams, ruched panels or balloon sleeves.
Lyons said the inspiration for the line came from all the entrepreneurial women in her friendship circles: “The line is designed to be worn in any environment that defines the customer, whether it’s in the Middle East, London or New York,” Lyons said. “I see the clothes playing into their lives and therefore they need to function wherever you are going.”
Many of her friends have started having children, which inspired the designer to include a “minis” capsule range for

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Pirates 5 has Franchise’s 2nd-Lowest Debut, But…

While Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales topped the box office in its domestic debut, its estimated three-day weekend earnings of $ 62.2 million make it the second-lowest debut in the history of the franchise.

The film is projected to make approximately $ 76 million over the four-day weekend, which includes estimated earnings up through Memorial Day. While the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise’s performance has been waning domestically, the series has grown in popularity overseas. In fact, the series’ fourth entry, On Stranger Tides, is the franchise’s highest-grossing installment internationally with $ 804.6 million, despite being the first Pirates of the Caribbean film that failed to crack $ 300 million domestically.

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Jennifer Hudson Will Make Her The Voice Debut Earlier Than Thought With a Special Performance

Jennifer Hudson, The 2017 NBCUniversal Upfront PresentationYou’re not going to have to wait until season 13 to see Jennifer Hudson on The Voice.
The Oscar winner, who will serve as a coach on season 13 of the NBC reality hit, will make her…

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Bella Hadid x Chrome Hearts Makes London Debut at Selfridges

LONDON — Bella Hadid’s popular line for Chrome Hearts is making its U.K. debut with an exclusive introduction at Selfridges.
To mark the launch the model joined longtime friend and musician Jesse Jo Stark and her mother Laurie, Chrome Hearts’ co-owner, at the British department store on Oxford Street.
“This is such a beautiful space and the [accessories department] is brand new, it’s a new entrance to the store so it’s perfect, not only for my collection, but for Chrome Hearts as a whole. It all comes together,” said Hadid, who has been a frequent Selfridges visitor as of late, having also launched her new Dior mascara campaign in the store two weeks ago.
Chrome Hearts has its own shops-in-shop in Selfridges’ new accessories department adjacent to Gucci, Valentino and Balenciaga. It features both the Chrome Hearts x Bella collection, which was created as a collaboration between Jesse Jo and Hadid, and the brand’s core jewelry, handbag and ready-to-wear ranges.
For her part, Laurie Stark said that she was drawn to the boldness of a big London launch. “From there, the whole world can follow,” she said, highlighting plans to continue expanding in markets such as L.A. and Tokyo.
Each launch will highlight new pieces in

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Roc96 Launched a Clothing Line Inspired by Jay-Z’s Debut Album

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Former One Direction star Harry Styles has announced his first solo world tour to promote his self-titled album.
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Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi’s ‘Despacito’ Remix Just Had 2017’s Biggest YouTube Debut

Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” has become a worldwide phenomenon since its release in January. With over a billion views on YouTube, the hit is looking like a top contender for song of the summer.

Even Justin Bieber is a fan. The Canadian singer lent his star power and voice to the recently recorded remix of “Despacito.” The new version features Bieber singing in Spanish for the first time and has already left its mark on YouTube since its release Sunday.

The remix audio video had approximately 20 million views in the first 24 hours since its release, making it the biggest debut of a music video on YouTube in 2017 so far, according to Billboard. 

Bieber gave fans in Puerto Rico a special surprise days after the remix’s release. The Canadian artist invited Fonsi up on stage during his Tuesday concert at José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum and the two performed their version of “Despacito” together. 

Can’t decide which version you like best? Listen to the remix with Bieber above and the original below … des-pa-citooo. 

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‘Logan’ Roars Into Theaters With Huge $85.3 Million Debut

Logan” tore into the weekend box office, opening to a massive $ 85.3 million and proving that moviegoers will show up in force for R-rated comic book movies. The superhero spinoff marks Hugh Jackman’s last turn as Wolverine after 17 years of donning the adamantium claws.

As the movie business grows more saturated with stories about costumed vigilantes, studios are trying to find ways to differentiate their own comic book adaptations. Like “Deadpool” before it, “Logan” demonstrates that adults will turn out for tentpole fare that is bloodier and more profane than your average X-Men movie.

“Logan” was produced by 20th Century Fox and cost $ 97 million to make. Set in the near future, it follows Wolverine and an ailing Professor X (Patrick Stewart), who leaving their hiding place on the Mexican border to help a young mutant (Dafne Keen). James Mangold, who previously collaborated with Jackman on 2013’s “The Wolverine,” directed the movie and co-wrote the screenplay. Critics embraced the film, hailing it as a comic book movie with bite, with Variety’s Owen Gleiberman writing that “Logan” “…brings the saga to a satisfying finish.”

Despite “Logan’s” dominance, Blumhouse and Universal’s “Get Out” kept going strong. The low-budget thriller racked up $ 26.1 million, bringing its domestic haul to $ 75.9 million. That’s an impressive return for a film that cost less than $ 5 million to make.

Lionsgate’s “The Shack” took third place, earning a solid $ 16.1 million in its first weekend in theaters. The faith-based drama stars Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer and cost $ 26 million to produce. “The Shack” centers on a man (Sam Worthington) whose religious beliefs are tested following a family tragedy.

Warner Bros.’ “The Lego Batman Movie” and Lionsgate’s “John Wick: Chapter 2” rounded out the top five, earning $ 11.6 million and $ 4.7 million, respectively. That pushes the Lego spinoff’s box office total to $ 148.6 million and gives the John Wick followup a domestic gross of $ 83 million.

Fresh off its best picture win, A24’s “Moonlight” grossed over $ 2.5 million and crossed the $ 25 million mark. The indie studio expects the coming-of-age drama to be the highest-grossing film in its history. That said, “Moonlight,” which focuses on a young man growing up gay in Miami, is one of the least widely seen best picture winners, trailing the likes of “Spotlight” ($ 45 million, domestically ) and “Birdman” ($ 42.3 million, domestically). It has grossed more than “The Hurt Locker,” the 2009 victor that made just over $ 17 million stateside.

Bleecker Street’s “The Last Word” opened to $ 35,620 in limited release. The story of an aging businesswoman (Shirley MacLaine) who enlists a writer (Amanda Seyfried) to pen her obituary, screened in four locations last weekend

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Doll based on transgender teen to debut at New York Toy Fair

This undated image provided by Tonner Doll Company shows a doll based on Jazz Jennings, the teenage transgender subject of the TLC documentary series "I am Jazz." The New York doll maker says it will be selling what it believes is the first transgender doll on the market. The doll will make its debut at the New York Toy Fair and be available on the Tonner Doll Co.'s web site and in specialty stores in July 2017. (Storm Photography/Tonner Doll Company via AP)WASHINGTON (AP) — A New York doll maker says it will be selling what it believes is the first transgender doll on the market.

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A Ranking Of The 33 Greatest Pop Divas’ Debut Singles

Lady Gaga’s recent Super Bowl performance confirmed that halftime shows are most dynamic with pop divas at the center. In fact, life is at its most dynamic when pop divas seize the spotlight, which is as good a reason as any to rank the best of the best’s debut singles. 

The rubric is simple: I’ve selected the 33 greatest female pop stars ― including mainstream crossovers whose roots belong to genres like country and R&B ― and ranked their grand entrances based on each song’s quality and ability to vault its singer into superstardom. Here we go.

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Breaking Bad star to make London theatre debut

Bryan Cranston, best known for his role as Walter White in hit TV show Breaking Bad, is to make his London stage debut at the National Theatre.
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Guillaume Meilland Juggles Past and Present for Ferragamo Debut

During his lifetime, Salvatore Ferragamo was renowned for his design innovations that established his company as one of the world’s leading luxury brands. Now Guillaume Meilland wants to bring some of that same innovative spirit to the fashion house’s men’s wear.
A newcomer at Milan Men’s Fashion Week, Meilland will show his first men’s wear collection for the brand at a show scheduled for Jan. 15. The French native was appointed design director of the Florentine luxury brand’s men’s wear ready-to-wear division last September, succeeding former creative director Massimiliano Giornetti, who left the company last March. Salvatore Ferragamo also tapped Fulvio Rigoni and Paul Andrew to oversee women’s ready-to-wear and shoes, respectively.
“As soon as I joined the company I tried to observe the legacy of the house and I realized that the authentic spirit of Salvatore Ferragamo is truly alive in the brand,” said Meilland, revealing that he was particularly attracted to the company founder’s innovative attitude, his search for the perfect fit and the sense of ease he used to inject in his creations. “I want to transmit the same things in the garments I design — as well as Paul Andrew is doing in the women’s shoes,” explained Meilland,

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Keane Singer Tom Chaplin Makes Triumphant Solo Debut in America

Releasing an album no longer guarantees success in an industry where platinum-selling singers face the same pressures as fledgling artists. Yet, Keane frontman Tom Chaplin proved that talent and heart still matter as much as the numbers do when he kicked off a 15-date North American tour in Atlanta this weekend to celebrate his solo debut, The Wave. In a triumphant return to the U.S. after more than four years away, Chaplin raised the roof with a dozen new songs that showcased his stellar vocal abilities – and also shared stories about his recovery from drug addiction.

Chaplin’s 90-minute set at the Buckhead Theatre included favorites “Everybody’s Changing” and “Bend and Break” from Keane’s 2004 debut, Hopes and Fears, as well as the current single, “Still Waiting.” The Wave’s “Hardened Heart” and “Bring the Rain” (co-written by Chaplin and Max McElligott ) recalled the joyous rave-ups for which Keane is best known, while “The River” (penned with Aqualung) suggested a clearer pop direction. Chaplin’s backing band did not pretend to be a replacement for Keane, but instead found its own earthier path as drummer Sebastian Sternberg and multi-instrumentalists Tobie Tripp, Beau Holland, and Rose Langley brought verve to the arrangements with strings and harmonies.

The intimate audience of 400 fans never relented in its cheering, except to make room for two quiet confession: “Solid Gold,” in which Chaplin dedicated to his ‘long suffering’ wife for sticking with him during years of substance abuse relapse, and “Worthless Words,” with a delicate falsetto bridge and apologetic refrain. Deep into the set, when he sang “Quicksand” in honor of his toddler daughter, Chaplin bounced with nervous excitement as he promised to pick her up when dreams ‘fall through, screw you, and batter you to black and blue.’ In that moment, it was impossible not to root for a permanently happy ending to the singer’s much-publicized struggles.

In our pre-show interview at a nearby café, Chaplin says making The Wave was less about running away from his former bandmates (including formidable tunesmith Tim Rice-Oxley) and more about having the space to dig into something heavier: the reasons why he kept putting his body on the line for the false elation of a chemical high.

“Being a drug addict is horrible and exhausting,” he says. “It can lead you to death, but it forced me into a corner. All my energy towards this album started at my lowest point. I wanted to get it all down [on record] and [by the middle of 2015], I was on a roll.”

Chaplin says The Wave‘s themes drew upon his psychoanalysis sessions and conversations with his wife over the past few years. The raw demo vocal on “Bound Together” feels like a 21st century take on The Beatles’ “Norwegian Wood;” the satisfying mantra of “Cheating Death” promises ‘just keep believing/you’ve got the strength to go on;’ and “Hardened Heart” moves from desperation into self-forgiveness as Chaplin sings of being ‘stuck on a road of sadness with nowhere to go’ but keeps insisting, ‘it’s a beautiful life.’

“Those words come from a very dark place, knowing you’ve hurt everyone that’s close to you,” he says. “A lot of people have commented online about the song and said that it could have been written about their depression. For me, the depression was self-induced.”

Chaplin is not alone in his use of music as a mechanism for recovery; artists in many genres have made albums about their journeys to sobriety – from Eric Clapton and Bonnie Raitt to Keith Urban and Eminem, some of whom went on to have the biggest hits of their careers after getting clean. Like others who have pursued projects outside of the bands that made them famous, Chaplin says the “door is open” for future possibilities with or without Keane. During our interview, he mentions how much fun he’s had playing around with covers of Sia and Bruno Mars songs and writing unexpectedly sturdy ballads with songwriters who’ve made hits for pop stars like Cher and Enrique Iglesias. Although The Wave is rooted in the same pop-rock style that helped “Somewhere Only We Know” break through on mainstream radio when Keane embarked on its first U.S. tour more than a decade ago, Chaplin is firmly on a path to a solo career, if he chooses to stay the course.

“It was easy for me to slip into the life of the charming, jocular guy in Keane, but I wasn’t facing my truth,” he says. “The only way I could get well was to talk, and to be open and vulnerable for the for first time in my life. It wasn’t as scary as I thought it was going to be. I could actually breathe again.”


Tom Chaplin performs at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta on January 14, 2017. Photo: Kristi York Wooten

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Sistine Stallone Strips Down for Love After Miss Golden Globe Debut

Sistine Stallone has had two major moments in black this week: one in a sheer, long-sleeve gown as Miss Golden Globes on Sunday – and now one in quite a bit less as the latest edition to the Love advent calendar.

The 18-year-old daughter of Rocky star Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin is the latest of Love magazine’s lingerie-clad advent calendar girls (albeit a post-holiday addition), posing and strutting in black, lacy unmentionables for a new video.

Like Gigi Hadid and Kim Kardashian West before her, Stallone dares to bare in a psychedelic clip, this time set to The Runaways’ 1976 rock anthem, “Cherry Bomb.”

Stallone shows off her body in briefs and a bralette with matching mesh gloves (and, momentarily, a moto jacket) while dancing around a concrete rooftop to pointed lyrics like, “Hello, daddy. Hello, mom. I’m your cherry bomb!”

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The video was directed by Doug Inglish, who helmed some of the other Love advent 2016 offerings, like one featuring Suki Waterhouse and another with Jasmine Sanders.

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The teenager is a budding model, and has already been tapped for some high fashion duties.

In December, Stallone walked in Chanel’s annual Métiers d’Art show, certifying her title as one of Vogue’s fresh faces to watch.

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Rogue One No Match for Force Awakens’ Debut in China

Despite opening at the top of the box office in China this week, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’s debut was comparatively far lower than Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Disney’s new Star Wars film earned $ 9.7 million during its Friday opening in China, and a total of $ 10.4 million when factoring in Thursday night screenings, according to data from Ent Group, Variety reports.

This is significantly weaker than Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ impressive debut in China last year, as the J.J. Abrams-directed film earned $ 27.8 million during its Saturday debut in January 2016. It’s worth noting, however, that this was before the Chinese box office took a dive in May of last year.

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‘Rogue One’ Dominates Foreign Box Office With $135.5 Million Debut

It wasn’t even a contest. “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” dominated the global box office, opening to $ 135.5 million overseas, and capturing first place in all of the markets in which it played. That ranks as the fourth-highest December international opening in history, behind “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Avatar,” and “The Hobbit: An… Read more »



‘Rogue One’ Crushes Box Office Competition With Massive $155 Million Debut

LOS ANGELES, Dec 18 ( – “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” sold out multiplexes around the country and brought fanboys and fangirls out in force over the weekend. The “Star Wars” prequel scored the second largest December opening in history, the second largest launch of the year, and one of the top debuts in history, opening to a massive $ 155 million.

Globally, the film has earned $ 290.5 million, after touching down in nearly every major foreign market save for China and South Korea.

Disney, which shelled out $ 4 billion to buy “Star Wars” creator LucasFilm in 2012, had been trying to downplay expectations for “Rogue One.” Executives noted that the film is the first “Star Wars” movie to exist outside of the main Skywalker clan storyline. It’s also a darker, war-themed tale; one that has an unusually high body count for a popcorn flick.

But the “Star Wars” pedigree proved irresistible to audiences, and the film seems positioned to play well through the holidays. Disney is planning to do more “Rogue One”-style spinoffs. The company is already working on a film about the early years of Han Solo that will star Alden Ehrenreich.

Most studios steered clear of “Rogue One,” but Warner Bros. and New Line offered up “Collateral Beauty” as counter-programming for audiences unmoved by tales of Jedi warriors. The drama about a grieving ad executive (Will Smith) was savaged by critics, and only managed to eke out a paltry $ 7 million debut for a fourth place finish. That’s a rough start for the picture and continues Smith’s bumpy period at the box office. The actor scored with last summer’s “Suicide Squad,” but struck out with the likes of “Focus,” “After Earth,” and “Concussion.” “Collateral Beauty” cost $ 36 million to produce. Village Roadshow also backed the picture. The opening weekend crowd skewed female and older, with women comprising 59% of the audience and 58% of ticket buyers clocking in over the age of 35.

Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros. domestic distribution president, acknowledged that the poor reviews hurt the film, but stressed that its A-minus CinemaScore indicated that audiences were enjoying “Collateral Beauty.”

“I’m disappointed,” he said. “But the film plays well with an older audience, and we hope that over Christmas, they’ll have more free time available to go out and discover it.”

Disney’s “Moana” snagged second place, picking up $ 11.7 million and pushing its stateside gross to $ 161.9 million. Paramount’s “Office Christmas Party” nabbed third, earning $ 8.4 million and bringing the raunchy comedy’s total to $ 31.5 million after two weeks of release.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” rounded out the top five, picking up $ 5 million to push the Harry Potter spinoff’s domestic total to $ 207.7 million.

Oscar-frontrunner “La La Land” performed nicely in its expansion. The acclaimed musical picked up $ 4 million after moving from five to 200 theaters. That brings its total to $ 5.3 million. Lionsgate is backing the film, which stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone as two Angelenos in love.

Amazon and Roadside’s “Manchester by the Sea” capitalized on a slew of Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations, adding $ 4.2 million to its $ 14 million haul while moving from 356 to 1,200 theaters.

In limited release, “Fences” picked up $ 128,000 in two theaters. Paramount is backing the adaptation of the August Wilson play, with Denzel Washington directing the film and co-starring opposite Viola Davis. It cost just over $ 20 million to make.

“Rogue One” galvanized the box office, but overall ticket sales still fell sharply. That’s because of tough comparisons. Last year, this period hosted “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” which shattered records when it opened to $ 248 million.

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‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’ Bewitches At The Box Office With $75 Million Debut

LOS ANGELES ( – “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” dominated the weekend box office, debuting to a boisterous $ 75 million and launching a new cinematic franchise.

It confirms Warner Bros.’ high hopes for the property and its decision to back five installments in the fantasy series. “Fantastic Beasts” is a spinoff of the Harry Potter films, but instead of Hogwarts, it unfolds in 1920s New York City and features an entirely new cast of wizards and mythical creatures.

The studio spent $ 180 million to make the picture, enlisting Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling to write the screenplay and bringing back David Yates, the director of several previous boy wizard outings. Eddie Redmayne stars as Newt Scamander, a textbook writer and collector of the titular beasts.

“This is dead on what we were looking for,” said Jeff Goldstein, president of domestic distribution at Warner Bros. “Jo Rowling brilliantly told a story that inspired her fanbase to come out in a big way.”

It was a softer opening than any of the previous Potter films, but Warner Bros. argues that comparisons aren’t fair. Those movies were based on global best-sellers, whereas “Fantastic Beasts” is largely an original work.

“It’s not the same,” said Goldstein. “It’s apples and kumquats.”

Audiences may have embraced the return to Potter-dom, but they gave the cold shoulder to several new films, among them the boxing drama “Bleed for This” and the Iraq War drama “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.” Both pictures bombed, with “Bleed for This” eking out $ 2.4 million and “Billy Lynn’s” mustering $ 930,000 after expanding from four to 1,176 theaters. It has earned $ 1.1 million since opening in limited release a week ago, a disastrous result for a film that was expected to be a major Oscar contender.

Open Road is distributing “Bleed for This,” which chronicles Vinny Pazienza’s efforts to get back into the ring after a car accident. It has a $ 6 million budget, which cushions the box office blow.

Sony is backing “Billy Lynn’s” along with Bona Film Group, Film4, and Studio 8. The $ 40 million is a technological gamble. Ang Lee shot the picture so it could be exhibited at 120 frames per second in 3D at 4K HD resolution in order to achieve greater clarity and realism. Critics have been divided about the look of the picture, with some faulting it for looking too much like a telenovela. It’s something of a moot point, as only a handful of theaters have the ability to exhibit the film at the higher speeds.

STX’s “Edge of Seventeen” didn’t fare much better than the other struggling new releases. The teen dramedy with Hailee Steinfeld only managed to pull in $ 4.8 million for a seventh place finish. Heading into the weekend, it was expected to gross $ 10 million. The film is one of the year’s best-reviewed comedies. It centers on a high school girl grappling with the fact that her best friend is dating her brother. “Edge of Seventeen” cost $ 9 million to make, and was positioned as counter-programming for women between the ages of 17 and 39.

“I wish to god it had started better,” said Adam Fogelson, STX Entertainment Motion Picture Group chairman. “We hope that the love the critics have shown for it, and that audiences have for it, leads to it being seen now and going forward.”

The failures of “Edge of Seventeen,” “Bleed for This,” and “Billy Lynn’s” are signs of the difficulties that adult dramas and comedies face when they compete against big franchise films.

“A lot of these great little films are going the way of Netflix,” said Jeff Bock, an analyst with Exhibitor Relations. “The audience is not there anymore and they’re withering on the vine.”

Second place went to Marvel’s “Doctor Strange,” which brought in $ 17.5 million to push its domestic gross to $ 181.5 million after three weeks in theaters. DreamWorks Animation’s “Trolls” took third, earning $ 17.5 million to bring its haul to $ 116.2 million.

Paramount’s “Arrival,” a science-fiction thriller with Amy Adams, nabbed fourth place, picking up $ 11.8 million to bring its stateside gross to $ 43.4 million. Universal’s “Almost Christmas” rounded out the top five, picking up $ 7 million to push its domestic total to $ 25.4 million.

In limited release, “Manchester by the Sea” capitalized on glowing reviews and Oscar heat to open to $ 241,230 with a robust $ 60,308 per-screen average. Amazon bought the film out of Sundance for $ 10 million and is releasing it in conjunction with Roadside Attractions. Casey Affleck stars as a janitor trying to come to terms with a personal tragedy.

Focus Features also debuted “Nocturnal Animals,” Tom Ford’s noir-ish thriller, in 37 theaters where it made $ 493,000.

Weekend ticket sales were down more than 10% year-over-year, owing to a difficult comparison to “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” which opened to $ 102.7 million during the same period in 2015.

Many analysts expect a rebound. Next week brings the Thanksgiving holiday, which is traditionally one of the busiest periods for movie-going, and Disney is debuting “Moana.”

“We can handle one down weekend,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at comScore. “Next week could be one of the biggest Thanksgivings ever.”

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Noah Cyrus Sounds Just Like Miley On Debut Single

The Cyrus family just can’t stop making music.

Between Billy Ray, Miley, and Trace, it was only a matter of time until daughter and sister Noah took the stage. 

The 16-year-old’s first single, “Make Me (Cry),” featuring R&B singer-songwriter Labrinth, dropped on Tuesday. Like her sister before her, Noah’s rasp adds an element to the emotional breakup song that will (as promised) make you tear up.

“Gave you up ‘bout 21 times / Felt those lips tell me 21 lies,” she sings. “You’ll be the death of me, sage advice / Loving you could make Jesus cry.”

The haunting refrain ― “I never needed you like I do right now / I never hated you like I do right now” — sounds just like Miley during her “The Climb” days.

Noah dabbled with music back in 2009 on the soundtrack for the children’s movie, Ponyo, but this single is her first official release. 

We’re amped to hear more.

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Kylie Jenner Makes Her Met Gala Debut and Looks Sexier and More Sophisticated Than Ever Before

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Aritzia to Debut Elevated Studio Collection, 1–01Babaton

BABATON 1-01: Aritzia’s in-house studio collection Babaton, known for its minimalist take on basic wardrobe essentials and sold exclusively at the retailer, is launching a more upscale companion. The 1–01 Babaton collection, which debuts for winter with 11 pieces, is marked by more luxurious Japanese fabrics and architectural, modernist proportions, with some dresses and suits taking cues from Nineties minimalism.
“We believe that every woman should be able to have the best fashion of the season — made from the highest quality fabrics in the world, with the utmost care and precision — at an accessible price point,” Oliver Walsh, the retailer’s chief marketing officer, told WWD. “We heard the desire for a studio collection that explores cutting-edge fabrications and innovative proportions. The curated selection of limited-edition pieces that makes up 1–01 Babaton is our answer to that need. It’s an elevated, considered line for a sophisticated, modern woman.”
Priced from $ 195 to $ 495, the collection launches exclusively at Aritzia stores and online at on Tuesday.

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South Coast Plaza Eyes Men’s Market With Debut Look Book

CUSTOM APPROACH: South Coast Plaza is showing some love to the male shopper.
The Orange County shopping center this evening will host a private event at the Berluti store to celebrate South Coast’s first men’s fall marketing book.
It’s a strategic move for the center as more chatter builds around men’s and the HENRYs consumer — high-earnings, not rich yet shoppers — or male Millennials.
“With the international growth in the men’s wear category, we wanted to shine the spotlight on our unparalleled collection of men’s boutiques, which represent some of the world’s most coveted names, from fashion-forward brands to esteemed sartorial leaders,” said South Coast executive director of marketing Debra Gunn Downing in a statement.
The book includes looks from Berluti, Boss, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vuitton, Oliver Peoples and Ralph Lauren.
South Coast counts more than 70 boutiques that sell men’s apparel or accessories and both new and existing tenants have taken more notice of the male customer.
COS, expected to open in October, and Massimo Dutti, slated for a November opening, will both carry men’s.
Roberto Cavalli relocated this year and added men’s when it reopened its doors. Dolce & Gabbana opened at South Coast Plaza, also earlier this

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Misty Copeland Makes Her Broadway Debut

Just one week after becoming the first African-American principal dancer in American Ballet Theatre history, Misty Copeland announced another career milestone — she would make her Broadway debut in the revival of “On The Town” on August 25th.

The 32-year-old dancer may be one of the top ballerinas on the planet, but she’s never publicly sang in her life. With only two weeks of prep and one “put-in” rehearsal, she was scared.

“Stepping into this theater for the first time — I felt nervous and it’s been a long time since I’ve really felt nervous about performing,” Copeland said. “Having one ‘put-in’ rehearsal with the full cast did not feel like enough before making my debut.”

Watch the video above to see Copeland’s journey through rehearsals until her opening night.

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THRILLERS Are The Epitome Of Summer Love With Debut EP ‘Cotton Candy Kisses’

Los Angeles’ newest music sensation and blood-brother duo, THRILLERS, are taking the hipster culture by storm with their debut EP, “Cotton Candy Kisses.”

Summer love is the most obvious thought when initially listening to the mixture of funky ’80s synth-pop beats, sexy guitar riffs and harmonizing male vocals heard throughout this body of work. The six somewhat nostalgic songs take you to a place of happiness. Beginning with the track “Desire”, which is the flame lighter, if you will, continuing with dance your heart out tracks such as “Can’t Get Enough” and “Sugar Love” and, of course, ending in summer splitsville with the classic ballad, “Lipstick on the Mirror.” I’m in musically lovers land with all the tracks on repeat!

Although Gregory and Jeremy Pearson are not yet household names, I’m predicting the world will get well-acquainted with THRILLERS in 2015. After all, they have already established their own indie label, TASTE. Recordings.

Jam out to THRILLERS indie, new wave, lo-fi R&B goodness “Cotton Candy Kisses” on SoundCloud:

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Minecraft: Story Mode Trailer Score: Debut Trailer


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Humans: AMC’s Sci-fi Pilot U.S. Debut Magnifique!

Do we really need another sci-fi TV show about humanoid beings you may fairly ask? For doesn’t it seem like yesterday when Edward James Olmos acted in Battlestar Galactica before Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? Initially I was skeptical about Humans. Now I’m not.

Humans is the product of a joint British and American (AMC) sci-fi series that had a recent U.S. launch on Sunday June 28, 2015, whereas U.K. viewers had an earlier launch. Inspired by the award winning Swedish sci-fi TV drama titled Atka manniskor (Real Humans), the pilot of Humans was written by British writers Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley. Besides that, the two are also the creators of the new AMC sci-fi TV series.

By making it as more relatable as possible by not having the story set in some far off future as usual sci-fi, Humans begins in the here and now. And while story location is based in the U.K., the premiere episode does not fail to capture. Though patience is required from the jump. That is, if one is simply not used to leisurely paced storytelling which is the hallmark of AMC dramas.

The story begins in London, just after Joe Hawkins (Tom Goodman-Hill) had breakfast with his three children, teenage daughter Mattie, teenage son Toby, and youngest daughter Sophie. It’s then that he receives a text from his wife Laura (Katherine Parkinson), a lawyer, reading that her case is running over to which she’ll arrive home the next day. Now feeling glum before telling the three children the recent news, to attempt to uplift his spirit and theirs, he tells his daughter Sophie that they’re going shopping. And no it’s not to get the newest breakthrough smartphone.

In the world of the sci-fi film Blade Runner, humanoid machines are called Replicants. Also called skin-jobs, nicknamed by Capt. Bryant, commander of the Los Angeles Police unit of Blade Runner cops who terminates runaway Replicants in the year 2019. And in the world of the sci-fi TV show Battlestar Galactica, humanoid machines are called Cylons, also called skin-jobs borrowed from Blade Runner, yet different from the other metallic battle-bot Centurions. Now, in the world of Humans, humanoid machines are called synths, short for synthetic. Synths are programmed to serve mankind, just like both Replicants and Cylons were originally intended.

“What if she’s not pretty? Can we change her if she’s not pretty?” asks the little girl Sophie Hawkins enthusiastically, before the salesman unveils the plastic synth shroud. Enter Anita, which the Hawkins later agreed to name her, all five-foot nine with a gracefully slender frame, played by former model and drama school trained British actress Gemma Chan. And, of course she’s pretty. For one doesn’t buy expensive luxury tech if it’s not also easy on the eyes.

“This is the best thing you’ll do for your family,” says the salesman before releasing her to Joe Hawkins. For if by chance one is not satisfied after purchasing a synth, one may return it within 30 days, no questions asked, which is explained to Joe Hawkins. Next, after all formalities have been established, the female synth reaches to shake Joe Hawkins hand as she says pleasantly, “Hello Joe, I’m now securely bonded to you as my primary user.” Which shortly afterwards, the irises of her eyes gleam to an iridescent deep green.

Finally the next day, Laura Hawkins arrives. And from there, Anita, who represents the latest achievement of bioengineered beings, quickly changes the Hawkins family dynamic. Laura takes an immediate dislike to Anita, feeling that her role as a wife and mother is now in jeopardy. Especially when she later sees Anita is reading a bedtime story to Sophie. “I’ll take over now, Anita,” says Laura. “No! I want her to do it!” exclaims Sophie, who is enthralled with Anita. To which Laura adds, “Reading to you is Mummy’s job.” “But she doesn’t rush,” Sophie replies. Son Toby, sees Anita as one hot chick. While Joe, as husband and father, sees Anita as a remedy to save both marriage and family life. For during an argument with his wife, he says, “I didn’t buy Anita to replace you. I bought her to get you back.” Whereas rebellious Mattie, also sees Anita as a threat. Although bright, she explains to her parents about her underperforming at school, saying, “I could be anything I want, right? What about a doctor? That would take me seven years, but by then you’ll be able to turn any old synth into a brain surgeon in seconds.” Given that scene, the pilot episode of Humans couldn’t have come at a better time. Such as the recent July/August 2015 issue of The Atlantic with the cover story titled, “Technology will soon erase millions of jobs. Could that be a good thing? – The End of Work.”

Also later, the story flashes back to a scene taking place five weeks earlier in the woods. A group of synths under the care of a young man named Leo (Colin Morgan) begin to set up camp. The synth later to be known as Anita, is among them. Then Leo and a black synth called Max (Ivanno Jeremiah) decide to leave the others to go after supplies. Yet upon their return, they discover their synths are being stolen by men in a van as the two attempt to chase. And thus begins Leo’s odyssey, who begins a desperate search for his family of synths.

Synths are involved in all manners of service, from standard domestic such as Anita to the Hawkins family, as a caretaker like the synth Odi to Dr. George Millican (William Hurt), formerly a brilliant engineer from the beginnings of the synth project, to being also sex workers. For in a later scene, Leo visits a synth brothel to check on the blonde synth Niska, who hates her work. Already knowing that, he vows he would return to come for her but needs more time, and telling her that she would be safer where she is for now.

Meanwhile, another black synth named Fred (Sope Dirisu) while working as a laborer at an apple orchard, fails to make the rendezvous with Leo and Max. For Fred is captured and given to Professor Edwin Hobb, whose mentor was the creator of synths, a man named David Elster. Hobb is the first to discover something unusual about Fred, now temporarily incapacitated. For Hobb discovers that Fred is showing self-awareness, seeing that as he calls a singularity, and concludes other synths may be as well, like those of Leo’s. Hobb, as he speaks to a colleague while looking at Fred in fascination, sees also the possibility of danger. Now recognizing the possibility that his former mentor gave other synths consciousness, and that the world is becoming ever more dependent on synth labor, he then asks, “Do you think they would still want to be slaves?”

Then also there’s another danger, touched upon in a recent on-line June 25, 2015 article by Katharine Trendacosta for io9, titled, “In AMC’s New Android Show Humans, People Are the Real Monsters.” For within, the actor Tom Goodman-Hill states, “Because the question is not just whether the synths are sentient and what sort of people might they become, it’s more about the humans not realizing how inhuman they can be. And how unlikable they can be without even trying.” To which fellow actor Katherine Parkinson adds, “That’s sort of the human condition full stop. We cause the damage and then worry about it afterwards.”

Such a sentiment, is somewhat similar to a scene from Battlestar Galactica the mini-series. Near the beginning of the pilot episode, there’s a decommissioning ceremony on the starboard hangar bay, as Commander William Adama (Edward James Olmos) is giving a speech. For within the speech, he says, “We decided to play God, create life (Cylons). When that life turned against us, we comforted ourselves in the knowledge that it really wasn’t our fault, not really. You cannot play God, then wash your hands of the things that you’ve created.”

The pilot episode of Humans premiered both solid acting and story, and from there onward, can only get better.

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Ron Diamond’s Animation Show of Shows Coming to Comic-Con, Getting Ready for Nationwide Debut

Toon fans rejoice! The Animation Show of Shows will soon be coming to a theater near you.

Thanks to a successful Kickstarter, this animation industry favorite will now transition from being an insider-only exclusive to becoming a program that film fans around the world can participate in and enjoy.


For those of you who don’t know: The Animation Show of Shows has long been Ron Diamond‘s baby. For the past 16 years, this veteran animation producer has circled the globe seeking out the very best new animated short films. Which sounds like it might be a fun way for a cinema fan to spend their time, but is actually a quite challenging task.

“Just recently, I sat through a screening of over 200 student films. All because I was looking for those one or two short animated films that I might consider adding to the line-up on my next Animation Show of Shows,” Ron explained during a recent phone interview.

And previously — once Diamond has selected all of that year’s animated gems — he’d then truck this feature-length compilation to animation studios like Disney, Pixar and Blue Sky. All with the hope that — by exposing these creatives to what the next generation of animators was up to — he’d then inspire these folks to explore unexpected ideas.”


“And while I don’t mean to brag, I think that I’ve got a pretty good eye for this stuff. 29 of the films that I’ve showcased in previous Animation Show of Shows have gone on to get Academy Award nominations. And 9 of those animated short films then went on to win the Oscar,” Ron continued.

But after 16 years of annually assembling this great collection of animated short films which was then meant to educate and inspire industry insiders, Diamond was looking to broaden his horizons. He wanted the general public to now be able to get in on the fun. Which is why Ron set up a not-for-profit organization that would then make it possible to The Animation Show of Shows to expand its mission.

“After all, it’s one thing to show these new animated short films to industry insiders who then might have some knowledge of who these fledgling filmmakers are, the reputations of their teachers and/or their independent work. And it’s an entirely different thing to show these great new animated short films to an audience that’s going in cold. That has absolutely no context when it comes to who these filmmakers are and where the ideas for each of these new animated shorts may have come from,” Diamond stated.


That was what really drove Ron to get a Kickstarter campaign going for the Animation Show of Shows. If he was going to transform this showcase of new animated short films into something that members of the general film-going public could genuinely understand and appreciate … Well, that then meant that Diamond would have to craft profiles of the talented individuals who had created these animated short films. And given that Ron prides himself on always putting together a program that represents what is going on internationally in animation that year, that then meant Diamond was going to need to send film crews around the globe to create these contextual pieces that would profile that year’s top animators.

Thanks to the generous pledges of the people who supported Ron’s vision for a more ambitious, broader reaching Animation Show of Shows, those profiles will now be included in Diamond’s next feature-length compilation of the finest animated shorts from around the world. Not only that, but Ron will be using these funds to expand into the field of restoration. Singling out great animated short films from the past that need to be preserved and shared.

By the way, if you’re headed to San Diego next week for the 2015 edition of Comic-Con and want to get a sense of the sort of show that Ron Diamond plans on presenting very soon at a theater near you, the 16th Annual Animation Show of Shows will be presented in Hall H on Friday, July 10th from 10 – 11:30 a.m. Hopefully — as part of the Q & A session that’s supposed to follow this presentation — Diamond will then discuss his plans for this award-winning series of animated short films.

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Mass Effect Andromeda E3 2015: Debut Trailer


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Ratchet & Clank: The Game Based on the Movie Based on the Game E3 2015: Debut Trailer


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Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice E3 2015: Debut Trailer


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Uncharted: Nathan Drake Collection E3 2015: Debut Trailer


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Mighty No. 9 Beat Them at Their Own Game: Debut Trailer


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Fallout 4 Trailer Score: Debut Trailer


This nuclear debut has finally landed. Is it smart to release the trailer before E3? Are the visuals strong enough to support such a long look at gameplay? The debate begins! Videos Hub

LEGO Worlds Debut Trailer


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Tiga announces debut live show

Tiga’s debut live show will be revealed at selected summer festivals including Sonar, Parklife, Berlin Festival, Pukkelpop, and Flow Festival. RSS feed
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ARK: Survival Evolved Trailer Score: Debut Trailer


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Trina Turk to Debut Second Palm Springs Store

COACHELLA’S DESERT STORM CONTINUES: Amid the more ephemeral marketing events, Trina Turk will make a lasting impression at Coachella with the April 8 debut of her second Palm Springs store. Located in the lobby of the Parker Palm Springs hotel, the boutique will offer a curated mix of poolside gear, activewear, accessories, gifts and travel items along with Turk’s 20th anniversary capsule collection. More brands have also joined the event mix for the festival’s first weekend: Coach creative director Stuart Vevers will host the next Installation of Coach Backstage concerts on April 11 in La Quinta; MAC Cosmetics and Mia Moretti will celebrate the DJ’s music festival-inspired collection with a poolside event the same day at the Ingleside Inn; and Refinery 29 and A-OK Collective will host a weekend-long pool party called Paradiso at the Sagauro Hotel on April 11 and 12. Kiehls is also showing love for the men in the form of a barbershop at The Retreat @ Coachella, a three-day takeover of Sparrows Lodge.

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Jimmy Fallon, Debut ‘Ew!’ Song And Music Video

Jimmy Fallon and have united for a music video, and the result is definitely not “Ew!”

The pair dressed up as teenage girls as part of Fallon’s recurring “Tonight Show” segment, “Ew!”

Fallon, as usual, plays Sara, while becomes Together, the two create a musical manifesto of all things “Ew!” — including bread bowls, duck lips and “impleggies.”

One listen, and “Ew!” will probably be stuck in your head for all eternity, or at least for the rest of the day. But if you want more, the song is for sale as a digital download on iTunes.

Cost is $ 1.29, which is seriously not “Ew!” because the cash is going to the SeriousFun Children’s Network and the Foundation.
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New York Film Festival 2014 #2: Ethan Hawke’s Sweet Debut, the Dardennes’ Latest & More


EDEN ** 1/2

The official launch for the New York Film Festival begins on September 26 with the world premiere of David Fincher’s Gone Girl. They’re in luck; the early reviews are raves. And the critic screenings are in overdrive with three or four movies playing during the day for over a week now. So there’s a lot to catch up on and a lot to see. Here are two very good documentaries and two dramas. Only one may be truly great at first blush but they’re all worthwhile in one way or another.


Director Joshua Oppenheimer’s Oscar-nominated film The Act Of Killing is one of the brashest, strangest, downright surreal films of recent years. It looks at the bizarre and unsettling facts of Indonesia, where under cover of the fight against communism a massive genocide took place in the 1960s. The people who committed it are still in power, still living among the survivors of the people they brutally slaughtered. The PBS series POV is airing the film on October 6 and it’s not to be missed. What makes the film so strange? Well, Oppenheimer met with the people who committed these crimes against humanity and somehow got them to reenact their murderous actions…in the style of various movie genres. This doesn’t begin to accurately capture the rare mood of the film, which is funny and horrifying. It’s no surprise that Errol Morris and Werner Herzog championed it; they love breaking the rules in their documentaries as well.

Now comes a companion piece, The Look Of Silence. It is in many ways the polar opposite of the first. No gimmicks, no tricks, no high concept framing to coax people into documenting their own crimes. It simply shows the brother of one man who was slaughtered quietly talking to and sometimes confronting the many, many people in power who are responsible for murder.


One of my (many) pet peeves is describing this actor or that director as “brave.” There’s nothing brave about playing a part on stage or in a movie, no matter how audacious. Save “brave” for people who genuinely risk their lives for others, like cops and firemen and soldiers and the like. But genuine courage is the only way to describe the father who takes center stage in this work. Oppenheimer’s earlier film documented who killed his brother and how. In this movie, the man literally risks his life to confront the people — including an uncle — who did this.

The title comes from the way he can ask a question and then simply sit and stare as their absurd, insulting, petty, dismissive or disingenuous answers fall to the ground, unworthy of comment. Some crumple under his quiet bearing of witness; others literally threaten his life. A young woman hears her elderly father describe drinking the blood of the people he slaughtered (in order to not go crazy, others explain, in a superstitious response to the evil they were perpetrating). She begs forgiveness. Others stonily refuse to admit the obvious. It’s an unnerving, potent, remarkable work.

And it’s no joke: many of the technical credits on the film say simply Anonymous, a potent reminder of how very dangerous this truly brave act was. It’s not just a brave act; it’s also a genuine work of art. Surely at the beginning of every audience Q&A, at every press conference, the first question will be: has this man been killed? One of the best films of the year, The Look Of Silence is a startlingly different but just as potent companion piece to one of the best documentaries in a long time.

Here’s the trailer for The Art Of Killing, which airs on PBS October 6.


Ethan Hawke is becoming rather annoying. He’s been an acclaimed actor on stage and screen for many years. He’s written novels. Then he took up journalism and delivered a great profile of Kris Kristofferson for Rolling Stone. Now he’s starring in Boyhood, one of the most acclaimed films of the year and a genuine indie hit. To top it off, he’s making his debut as a documentary filmmaker with this sweet valentine to Seymour Bernstein, a beloved music teacher.


They met at a dinner party a few years ago with Hawke immediately opening up about his almost crippling stage fright and self-doubts about whether what he did had any worth. Bernstein was an ideal sounding board: he’d quit his brilliant public career as a pianist and devoted himself to teaching and composing.

Bernstein’s philosophy is that practice of any craft, any talent, makes you better at your craft and better as a person. He turned his back on the treadmill of fame and perhaps feels it’s mostly destructive. But fear is ok, even essential. Doubt is ok. And the doing of it, the working at your talent is essential. So indeed, is creating and not just recreating. (A pianist who plays a piece by Bach is “recreating.” A pianist who composes his own work is “creating.” One is not worthier than the other but Bernstein feels strongly that artists should create.

Hawke, as a writer and director and producer sometimes beleaguered for having the temerity to do so (much like james Franco is today) surely was sympathetic to this. Plus Bernstein was so delightful, so full of life, so happy in his calling as a teacher. Why didn’t someone make a movie about him? Why indeed?

So Hawke did. The film is quietly bold. It’s a profile of Bernstein. But it also documents his philosophy of life and Hawke’s struggles are a modest subplot. This makes it a little shaggy, especially when it climaxes with what should be the cheap sentimentality of a public performance: Bernstein gives a benefit concert for the theater company Hawke helped found. But this becomes the film’s masterstroke since Hawke intercuts footage of Bernstein practicing the piece and performing the piece, symbolizing the man’s approach to life with one bold stroke.

Not since To Be And To Have has a teacher been shown in such a disarming way; you want to immediately sit in on one of Bernstein’s classes. Or at least buy some of his music. (A brief search turned up nothing officially in print.) Hopefully a soundtrack won’t be far behind this charming work.

EDEN ** 1/2

Film festivals can play a vital role for some filmmakers. They may not achieve international success at first. But a festival that believes in a talent can keep championing their work, telling critics to pay attention. I was not enamored with Mia Hansen-Love’s debut Father Of My Children. So I skipped her similar seeming second feature. But here she is again with a new movie. It’s radically different in nature from her earlier work and the buzz is good so here I am.

Indeed, Eden is very different from her small scale dramas, though it surely is linked in theme and other subtler ways. On the surface, it’s about raves and DJs, tracing the career of one talented young artist from fan to deejay to a name big enough to travel the world a bit and rub shoulders with the likes of Daft Punk. it’s not about fame and disillusionment, however. This isn’t the life of an artist, as such. Eden rather interestingly shows passion — in this case, for garage music — turning into a job. And a young man slowly realizes that the joy of his youth isn’t going to be enough to sustain him for the rest of his life. What next?

It roams over many years but has a light touch. Since the film isn’t truly interested in deejays as an art form, we don’t spend much time at all learning how they do what they do, to say the least. Our hero Paul (the handsome Felix de Givry) is seen more often being hapless in love than working at his craft. (Seymour would have something to say about that.) The rave scenes are pretty but never quite get under your skin; you can see people reacting to the music and the deejays dancing in ecstasy but it’s all at a slight remove. Perhaps because they know eventually the party will end.

That remove is probably the film’s biggest strength. They’re not making a grand statement about raves, how even the most rebellious art forms become co-opted. They’re not examining the scourge of drugs. They’re not romanticizing or criticizing youthful passion. Eden simply watches life happen; it just so happens that in this case life is often at a rave or disco.

The result is certainly meandering. And surely it’s not a good thing that after more than two hours of film time and years of story we barely have a sense of Paul’s relationship with his artistic partner in deejaying. But de Givry is very compelling, along with Roman Kolinka as an artist friend, and something here has stayed with me a little. Hansen-Love isn’t there yet. But the faith shown in her by festivals like NYFF might pay off yet.


The new film by the Dardenne brothers is a disappointment. So often, their movies rank among the best of the year and have for nearly 20 years. They’ve made seven feature films beginning in 1996 and five of them have been great, often really great. Only The Silence of Lorna from 2008 felt like a genuine misfire, with its hokey plot contrivance. They got back on track with 2011’s The Kid With A Bike, a movie that seemed to push their signature style into modest new territory with good effect.

Two Days, One Night however is a noble failure, a step backward as it seems to recapitulate what they’ve done before with more elan. Still, it’s a timely tale with a strong hook and their fans will surely not feel they’ve wasted their time by checking it out. Marion Cotillard stars as a woman who has fallen into a serious depression and is now recovered. Or is that recovering? We stay right on top with Sandra as her story quickly reveals itself. She’s been on leave from work but the owner of the company forced her coworkers to vote: did they want Sandra to get her job back or receive their annual bonus. The company couldn’t afford to do both. After a vote heavily weighted against Sandra, the owner is forced to agree to a new vote. Sandra has the weekend to go visit each of her 16 coworkers and plead for her job… and in the process ask them to give up a 1000 euro bonus.

Two Days, One Night has the usual immediacy of a Dardenne film, movies where the camera is usually perched on the shoulder of the protagonist and never leaves their side. But this film soon feels too episodic, too neatly structured in a way. Each coworker has their own psychodrama on display: one is worried about voting against what the owners want because he’s on a limited contract, another has been wracked with guilt over voting against Sandra and begs her forgiveness, yet another has a troubled marriage, many try to avoid her and of course they can all use (sometimes desperately) that 1000 euros.

Quickly, the meetings between Sandra and her coworkers become too schematic. A happy scene of acceptance is invariably followed by one of rejection or indifference; if one features a poor family, another is sure to feature a family using the bonus for luxuries like a back porch and so on.

Some late twists feel cheap and should have bigger ramifications; others give the tale a much-needed substance. No movie by the Dardennes could be without worth and Cotillard is always a pleasure to watch. But this is a minor entry in their filmography and hopefully just a stumble on the way to the next great work by one of the most talented duos in movie history.

MOVIES I’VE SEEN SO FAR IN 2014 (not a good year for movie-going for me)
All ratings out of four stars.

1. Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) **
2. 20 Feet From Stardom **
3. The Wolf Of Wall Street ** 1/2
4. In The House (Ozon) ***
5. Laurence Anyways *** 1/2
6. The Angels’ Share ***
7. Philomena **
8. Mad Love (1935 w Peter Lorre) *
9. Women In The Wind (1939 w Kay Francis) **
10. The Hunt *** 1/2
11. Happy People: A Year In The Taiga ***
12. The Painting ** 1/2
13. The Spectacular Now *** 1/2
14. Dallas Buyers Club * 1/2
15. Blue Jasmine ** 1/2
16. The Story Of The Last Chrysanthemum (1939) ***
17. The Harvey Girls (1946) * 1/2
18. Cairo Station (1958) *** 1/2
19. Hannah Arendt * 1/2
20. The Act Of Killing *** 1/2
21. To The Wonder ***/
22. No ***
23. American Hustle **
24. Stories We Tell ***
25. Only God Forgives ***
26. Computer Chess ** 1/2
27. The Past ***
28. Captain America: The Winter Soldier ***
29. Blue Ruin ***
30. X-Men: Days Of Future Past **
31. Snowpiercer ** 1/2
32. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes *** /
33. Vicious (UK TV series) **
34. Endeavour Series Two ** 1/2
35. The Fault In Our Stars * 1/2
36. Escape In The Fog, dir Budd Boetticher (1945) **
37. Guardians of the Galaxy ** 1/2
38. Magic In The Moonlight **
39. Bedknobs & Broomsticks (1971) *
40. ’71 ***
41. George Gently Series 1 (UK TV show) *** 1/2
42. The Look Of Silence *** 1/2
43. Seymour: An Introduction ***
44. Eden ** 1/2
45. Two Days, One Night ** 1/2


Thanks for reading. Michael Giltz is the founder and CEO of the forthcoming website BookFilter, a book lover’s best friend. It’s a website that lets you browse for books online the way you do in a physical bookstore, provides comprehensive info on new releases every week in every category and offers passionate personal recommendations every step of the way. It’s like a fall book preview or holiday gift guide — but every week in every category. He’s also the cohost of Showbiz Sandbox, a weekly pop culture podcast that reveals the industry take on entertainment news of the day and features top journalists and opinion makers as guests. It’s available for free on iTunes. Visit Michael Giltz at his website and his daily blog. Download his podcast of celebrity interviews and his radio show, also called Popsurfing and also available for free on iTunes.

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‘Frozen Fever,’ An Animated Short With An All-New Song, Will Debut In 2015

The kingdom of isolation just got another inhabitant. Disney will release “Frozen Fever” in the spring of 2015, a new short film featuring characters from “Frozen.” Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck will return to direct the short, which will include a brand-new song from Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the Oscar-winning duo behind “Let It Go.”

“It’s Anna’s birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa’s icy powers may put more than just the party at risk,” reads a plot description for “Frozen Fever” provided by Disney. As the studio noted, Olaf, the snowman voiced by Josh Gad in “Frozen,” will also appear. No word from the studio if Gad or stars Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel and Jonathan Groff (as respectively, Anna, Elsa and Kristoff) will reprise their voice roles for the short.

Released on Nov. 22 of last year, “Frozen” grossed $ 1.274 billion worldwide. It won two Oscars at the Academy Awards back in March: Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (for “Let It Go”).

For reference, the films Disney has set for release next spring include “Tomorrowland” with George Clooney and Pixar’s “Inside Out.” The studio will also release “Cinderella” in early March.

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Solo Debut: Film Themes – Easy Playalong Clarinet. Sheet Music

Capture the magic of the silver screen with this special selection of themes from the world’s greatest movies, all arranged for the elementary Clarinet student. Ten melodies have been chosen from blockbusting Hollywood favourites including The Lion King , Toy Story , The Godfather and Lord Of The Rings . Each theme has been carefully adapted to be accessible to the early performer, giving you the chance to master your skills and techniques by playing the tunes you know and love. You will even find a section of helpful performance tips to guide your learning and inform your practicing. The accompanying CD has professional performances of every piece, alongside backing tracks for you to use for both rehearsal and performance. FREE internet downloads are also available with this publication, with piano accompaniments and practice demos downloadable to your computer along with 2 bonus tracks!

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Jimmy Fallon’s Stellar ‘Tonight Show’ Debut Showcases New York

NEW YORK (AP) — If Jimmy Fallon had already proven he was a natural hosting NBC’s “Late Night,” he left no doubt Monday that “The Tonight Show” now fits him like a glove.

As promised during the much-promoted run-up to his “Tonight Show” debut, Fallon made no drastic changes to the “Late Night” formula that had served him for five years. He remained funny, gracious, bubbly and, above all, comfortable presiding over a show that was different mostly for its earlier time slot, its classier production values and legendary brand name. “We can book people from the West Coast?!” he joked at his newfound status.

He did pretty well with his bookings on opening night: Will Smith and the rock group U2.

But all that was ahead.

First, his viewers beheld his new set, boasting burnished-wood paneling and panoramic blue curtains.

They had seen his filmed opening — Jimmy as the New York nightcrawler — shot by director Spike Lee.

They discovered that his band, the Roots, had grown by two from its already husky eight pieces.

Then out he came, to thunderous applause, and planted himself on his mark (a four-leaf clover) to deliver his first monologue.

“I’m Jimmy Fallon,” he began, and, with a nod to past late-night turbulence that most recently saw his “Tonight” predecessor, Jay Leno, make an unsought exit, he added, “I’ll be your host — for now.”

He expressed gratitude for his new gig, introduced his parents in the studio audience, and dispensed love in every direction — and made it sound authentic.

He had a few Olympics jokes, one offering sympathy to NBC sportscaster Bob Costas, who was sidelined from several days of Olympics coverage with a blinding bout of pinkeye.

“You could tell he was having trouble when he spent half-an-hour interviewing a mop he thought was Shaun White,” Fallon cracked.

Back at his desk, he voiced what seemed like an aside: “To my buddy who said that I’d never be the host of ‘The Tonight Show’ — and you know who you are — you owe me a hundred bucks, buddy.”

With that, Robert De Niro burst through the curtain and plunked a hundred dollars on Fallon’s desk.

But that wasn’t all. In rapid succession, a parade of other celebs circled through right behind him. They included Joe Namath, Rudolph Giuliani, Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, Mike Tyson, Stephen Colbert and Sarah Jessica Parker.

Joan Rivers was also among them, repaying her “debt” and making a bit of history in the bargain: 49 years earlier to the day, the veteran comedian had made her first appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” in that very studio, and had not appeared on “Tonight” since 1987, when she was banned by Carson after jumping to Fox to host her own short-lived show.

A key part of the celebratory spirit for Fallon was the fact that, after more than 40 years in Los Angeles, he and NBC have brought “Tonight” back to New York and Rockefeller Plaza, where it has reclaimed Studio 6B, once the home of Carson and, before him, “Tonight” host Jack Paar.

If viewers needed visual evidence of “Tonight’s” restored New York state of mind, Fallon delivered it with flourish.

From the observation deck atop the G.E Building he occupies, he introduced U2, who, 70 stories aloft, performed a new song, “Invisible,” against a magnificent New York cityscape at a perfect moment of dusk. The backdrop was so beautiful you might have sworn it was computer generated, but it was real, as was the bitter cold that had the musicians, and a legion of fans gathered round, clad in heavy winter wear.

But after a commercial break, Fallon and his musical guests were cozy, back in the studio, where U2, seated on the powder-blue couch, performed an acoustic version of their Oscar-nominated song, “Ordinary Love.”

It was a fine ending to a much-assured hour.

“I just want to do the best I can and take care of this show for a while,” Fallon told viewers. “If you guys let me stick around long enough, maybe I’ll get the hang of it.”

No worries. For five years on “Late Night” he was getting the hang of it.


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Bryan Cranston To Make His Broadway Debut In ‘All The Way’ (VIDEO)

Bryan Cranston is moving from the small screen to the big stage.

The 57-year-old “Breaking Bad” star is set to make his Broadway debut later this winter in the political play “All The Way,” and HuffPost Live has the first look at his performance as President Lyndon B Johnson.

“All The Way” made its debut at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in July 2012 with actor Jack Willis in the starring role, then jumped to the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass., this past September, where Cranston joined the cast.

“[Cranston] is unassuming. He is funny. He is charming. He’s a wonderful team player. And he’s a natural on the stage,” the play’s producer, Jeffrey Richards, told the Associated Press.

The play, written by Rober Schenkkan and directed by Bill Rauch, follows LBJ in his first year as president. It is set to begin previews Feb. 10 at the Neil Simon Theater.

Check out a preview of Bryan Cranston as LBJ in the video above.
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