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Video Premiere: N.E.R.D's 'Sooner or Later'

December 17, 2008 01:48:30 GMT


A music video supporting N.E.R.D's song "Sooner or Later" has been debuted. According to Emmett Malloy, one of The Malloys who directed the video, "It's really about the market kinda going down and it ends in a pretty hopeful way."

Starting with scenes showing worried faces of people working in a stock market following the crashing down of the business, it also captures the band's members Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and Shay Haley cleaning floors and windows of the building as janitors. Nearing the end, professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek is seen approaching them with two small paper bags full of money.
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'Bedtime Stories' Gets Five New Clips

December 16, 2008 09:26:36 GMT


"Bedtime Stories" theatrical release is fast approaching and in support of the family comedy's debut, five clips from the movie have been laid out. Compiled into one player, the snippets serve up to be the extended version from some of the scenes in the trailer, like the one entitled "I am a Nerd".

Other clips present more sneak peeks into the movie. "You Did Not Just Do That", for example, displays the time Skeeter slams the door while Jill is still talking to him. Another one, "Incinerated", previews how the kids twist the story's ending planned by Skeeter, causing Skeeter to be in fear of his life.
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T.I. Will Not Release 'Swing Ya Rag' Music Video


December 16, 2008 08:21:29 GMT


In an interview, T.I. revealed that he will not debut "Swing Ya Rag" music video after Gucci and Louis Vuitton, two companies mentioned in the song's lyrics, are not happy that they may be full-on visuals for the record. According to MTV, the "Live Your Live" singer also said that he has no intention to film another video to replace the pulled-out one.

"We spoke to them. The video, it's done. But I guess it's one of those corporate things where they don't wanna be associated or affiliated with a certain type of brand," T.I. said in a statement. "A T.I. video ain't the best look in their eyes right now. No harsh feelings."
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Three Intense Clips From 'Valkyrie' Released

December 16, 2008 08:08:07 GMT


Three "Valkyrie" fresh clips have been put forward by IESB. Entitled "Plenty of Time", "Not All Like Him" and "North Africa", each of the clips presents a scene with main character, Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg played by Tom Cruise, as the center of attention.

While the "Plenty of Time" clip focuses on the time von Stauffenberg and his fellow resistance member assemble two bombs in his office, the "Not All Like Him" clip shows him demanding a certainty that the dangerous operation has the chance of success. The last one, "North Africa", follows von Stauffenberg in North Africa where his troops is being attack from the air.
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Ben Barnes and Michael Copon Eye 'New Moon' Roles


December 16, 2008 07:44:59 GMT


As soon as Summit Entertainment came out with the official release date of "New Moon", casting reports for the first "Twilight" sequel rushes in. In the latest update of the sequel, MTV News has confirmed that both "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" star Ben Barnes and "The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior" actor Michael Copon are on the run to star in the movie.

27-year-old Barnes reportedly is eyeing to join the vampire drama series as a mind-reading vampire named Aro whose encounter with Edward and Bella in the movie helps to shape their destiny together. Meanwhile, 26-year-old Copon is campaigning to play the new Jacob Black the studio are looking for in replacement of Taylor Lautner.
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Two Sneak Peeks of 'Heroes' Volume 4: Fugitives


December 16, 2008 07:14:56 GMT


The third volume of "Heroes" has just ended and the show will return with the fourth one on February 2. A promo introducing the new volume which is titled "Fugitives" has been released along with a preview of the first episode of the new chapter. The "Fugitives" sneak peek was played during the final minutes of episode 3.13 that wrapped up the third volume on Monday, December 15.

No title has been suggested for the first episode of "Fugitives" but from the clip, it looks like there would be a large scheme to have all the superheroes gathered in a sanctuary where they are considered harmless to the public. In the "Fugitives" clip, it is shown that Nathan is in a secret meeting with the president of United States, to seek his help in having all the heroes including Claire, Hiro and Matt, captured.
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Video Premiere: Perry Farrell's 'Go All The Way (Into The Twilight)'


December 16, 2008 07:11:54 GMT


A music video in support of "Twilight" soundtrack "Go All The Way (Into The Twilight)", which is performed by Perry Farrell, has been outed. The video is reportedly directed by Andrew Bennett, who also helped Nickelback shooting "Rockstar" music video.

Beside featuring Perry Farrell's "Go All The Way (Into The Twilight)", "Twilight" theme song LP also includes Paramore's "Decode" and "I Caught Myself", Muse's "Supermassive Black Hole" as well as Linkin Park's "Leave Out All the Rest" among others.
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'Transformers 3' Possibly Having a Summer 2011 Release


December 16, 2008 06:50:30 GMT


Rumor has it, the third "Transformers" movie has been given its release schedule. Unveiling several film release schedules, Dark Horizons reported that an upcoming release schedule for Germany has uncovered that a second "Transformers" sequel has been set to be debuted in theaters on June 29, 2011.

The news came before words on a follow-up movie for "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" even make their rounds, in fact "Revenge of the Fallen" itself won't be available on the U.S. big screen until June 26, 2009. DreamWorks have yet to issue any confirmation nor denial on the proposed release date of "Transformers 3".
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Another Adaptation of 'The Phantom' Developed in Australia

December 16, 2008 06:44:32 GMT


There will be another film about The Phantom, a superhero in skin-tight purple suit who fights the evil off his African jungle. An Australian production company called Sherlock Symington Productions has secured the rights to have "The Phantom Legacy" filmed in the country within the next six to nine months with a budget of 130 million Australian dollars aka USD87 million.

Scriptwriter Tim Boyle, however, explained to The Associated Press on Tuesday, December 16 that it is not a sequel to the 1996 adaptation movie "The Phantom" that starred Billy Zane as the titular character, but rather, "a fresh look at the origins of the Phantom set in the present". In the phone interview Boyle said, "One of the things that I always questioned about the Phantom is why the Phantom legacy keeps passing down from generation to generation. To me, what would be interesting is seeing the son that didn't want to be the Phantom."
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Sneak Preview of 'I Love You, Man' Trailer

December 16, 2008 06:20:49 GMT


Before the full-length trailer of "I Love You, Man" comes out, a brief preview to the promotional video has been unveiled by Access Hollywood. Starting with a scene where Greg Moton proposes to his future wife, the sneak peek follows him as he hunts for a perfect best man for his wedding.

Paul Rudd stars as Greg Moton, a newly engaged guy in desperate need for a male friend in this upcoming comedy movie for DreamWorks Pictures. After proposing to his fiancee, Moton realizes that most of his friends are women and he has no male friend to get the honor of being his best man. Looking for the perfect best man, he finds him in Dave Negal, or so he thinks.
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Britney Spears' 'Womanizer' Voted as Fuse's Best Music Video


December 16, 2008 06:17:25 GMT


In Fuse's event dubbed "The Top 40 of 2008: The Good, The Bad & The Britney", Britney Spears' music video for single "Womanizer" has been announced as "Best Music Video of the Year". The Joseph Kahn-directed music video receives the top honor after facing off several music videos, one of which is coming from Chris Brown for his song "With You".

Previously, in the final eight, the "Womanizer" video competed such music videos as Linkin Park's "Given Up", Chris Brown's "With You", M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes", Secondhand Serenade's "Fall for You", Disturbed's "Inside the Fire", Slipknot's "Psychosocial" and Paramore's "That's What You Get". Out of the seven contenders, Britney's music video went head to head with Paramore's video in the final round.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Nick Jonas Blogs About Christmas and Eating Mom's Christmas Dinner


December 16, 2008 06:14:47 GMT


With Christmas is just around the corner, Nick Jonas takes to his blog on Nick's Simple Wins to write about embracing the spirit of the celebration and eating her mother's Christmas dinner. Also blogging about controlling the food that he consumes during the holidays, he wishes everyone "nothing but health and happiness ... throughout this Holiday Season and the New Year."

"December is a wonderful time in the Jonas Family. I personally love the holidays," Nick begins his post. "Every year my dad takes out the big box of ornaments and makes the family talk about the tradition behind each one."
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Video Premiere: Lady Sovereign's 'I Got You Dancing'


December 16, 2008 04:53:49 GMT


A music video for Lady Sovereign's song "I Got You Dancing" has been released for fans' enjoyment. Some scenes on the video feature the singer sporting tribal costume and make-up and dancing with several backing dancers in a seemingly-to-be rehearsal room, while the others present a look at her also dancing around in the same room with different costumes.

"I Got You Dancing" is an up-beat jam listed on Lady Sovereign's upcoming second major studio effort "Jigsaw". The new song has been available for stream since early December as "an early Christmas gift" for her fans.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Hilary Duff Bares Her Cleavage for January 2009 Maxim Mag


December 16, 2008 04:46:19 GMT


Former child actress Hilary Duff is featured on the cover of Maxim magazine's January 2009 issue, baring her cleavage for the camera. Her cover shoot for the men's magazine is meant to mark her new predicate as one of its Sexiest Stars of 2009.

"Hilary Duff, All Grown Up," so read the tagline that accompanies the actress-singer's Maxim cover shoot. On it, she is seen donning thin make up and letting loose her long blonde hair. She wears black outfit that exposes her cleavage and stares seductively to the lens.
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Official 'New Moon' Release Date Set


December 16, 2008 04:45:38 GMT


"New Moon" is coming out in less than a year after "Twilight" opened big at U.S. theaters. Following report that the first sequel to the vampire drama has been tentatively set for late November 2009 release, Summit Entertainment have come out with an announcement that "New Moon" will indeed be debuted in theaters on November 20, 2009, as reported by Variety.

Of the schedule, Summit distribution topper Richie Fay commented, "Same time, same place. If it's also the same gross, we'll be very pleased. Hopefully, we'll have even better results." However, unlike "Twilight" which has to face competition from another newcomer "Bolt", "New Moon" will have to be up against serious contenders since "Sherlock Holmes", "The Three Stooges" and "Planet 51" are all slated for the particular date.
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