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Video Premiere: Kanye West's 'Flashing Lights' (Part 3)

May 30, 2008 02:19:45 GMT


The third part of Kanye West's music video for his single "Flashing Lights" has just been premiered on May 29. The new clip, which is planned to be the final video for the single, is directed by Martin de Thurah.

The clip, which employs scenes of a dinner in an eerie mansion, presents Kanye chasing a woman whom he got curious at. One of the frames where the woman was running in the middle of the street has been unveiled in a still that Kanye posted on his blog before the first video was premiered.
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'Sex and the City' Received Bad Editing


May 29, 2008 09:47:43 GMT


With the anticipation of "Sex and the City" theatrical debut is hyphening every seconds, it seems that many critics are taking the positive side of the Michael Patrick King's romantic comedy. Some said that the movie is indeed worth the wait, some others claimed that it is sweet and appealing. Still, despite the rave reviews it gathered, a number of fans that have watched the women flick unveiled one crucial flaw of the adapted movie.

Allegedly, several scenes in the much awaited tidbit contain unedited footages resolving moviegoers to be able to see a microphone hanging down at the top of the screen. In one particular scene where Carrie and Big discuss their wedding vows, the mic appears for the whole section. Whether the appearing of the mic in the big budgeted movie is intended or caused by the careless editing have yet to be explained by those who are involved.
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Sammy Hagar Taps Chad Smith and Joe Satriani for a New Band


May 29, 2008 09:31:20 GMT


Rock fans are about to witness the coming of a super new band formed by ex-Van Halen vocalist, Sammy Hagar. Accompanying Sammy for the band's line up are great names in the music scene, such as guitar legend Joe Satriani, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer, Chad Smith and ex-Van Halen bass player, Michael Anthony.

The star studded affair plans to give their collaboration act, Chickenfoot as its name. Revealing the story behind the forming of the new band, Chad told media that the reason he was involved in the project saying, "If you're in Cabo, of course you know Sammy' cause he rules the joint. He's a really nice man, he's a great guy actually. Somehow he's taken a liking to me, and we played in Vegas, and we played some cover songs-we're a good cover band now."
News > Celebrity Gossip

Britney Spears Heading for Broadway, Tipped to Play in the Stage Version of 'Grease'

May 29, 2008 09:12:56 GMT


Got positive reviews for her starring role on the TV sitcom "How I Met Your Mother", Britney Spears is attempting to go to a higher level. She, as claimed by various media reports, is heading for Broadway, being tipped for a role in the stage version of "Grease".

Spears is said to be still in talks to take part in the hit musical "Grease." "The producers were bouncing around the idea of casting Britney in the role of Sandy," British newspaper Metro quoted a source as saying. "They're recasting the roles in July and they thought that Britney looked like a Sandy. She would be terrific."
News > Movie News

'Beverly Hills Cop' Gets Fourth Film, Brett Ratner to Direct

May 29, 2008 09:06:43 GMT


The arguable success of "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" in collecting gold at the box office can be said to be inspiring filmmakers on bringing other memorable '80s films to the big screen. Following the release of Indy movies' fourth installment, Paramount Pictures are said to be on track on resurrecting the award-winning "Beverly Hills Cop" series to the big screen through its fourth film.

Like Indiana Jones who brings back its original actor Harrison Ford to reprise his iconic character, "Beverly Hills Cop IV" has Eddie Murphy attached to portray Detroit cop Axel Foley once more. Still, unlike Indy which maintained to have director Steven Spielberg for all of the four movie series, BHC will be having yet another helmer. It is reported that "X-Men: The Last Stand" filmmaker Brett Ratner may follow the footsteps of directors Martin Brest, Tony Scott and John Landis as he is negotiating to helm the latest BHC film.
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Video Premiere: G-Unit's 'Rider Part 2'

May 29, 2008 09:02:28 GMT


Rap group G-Unit have just premiered a new music video for their single "Rider Part 2" on May 28 . The clip was the follow up for their first clip "I Like The Way She Do It", that has just been outed on May 12.

The new clip only features the three remaining members of the group, 50 Cent, Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks. The video at first actually also sees another rapper, Young Buck, but for some reasons Buck's involvements on the clip and on other G-Unit's songs have been excluded by the group.
News > Celebrity Gossip

Paula Abdul and J.T. Torregiani Going Strong Despite Split Rumors

May 29, 2008 08:37:35 GMT


Paula Abdul, 45, and her restaurateur boyfriend J.T. Torregiani, 33, are still together despite rumors to the contrary. The pair were seen getting cozy during his birthday celebration on May 19 at Beso restaurant in Hollywood.

Paula and J.T., according to an eyewitness, were seen cuddling and snuggling. "When Paula arrived, J.T. had an ear-to-ear smile, and they hugged for a long time before she planted a kiss on his lips," the onlooker told OK!
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Red Carpet Coverage: 'Zohan' Making Its World Premiere

May 29, 2008 08:21:55 GMT


About two weeks before Judd Apatow's next comedy film makes its debut in the theaters across the U.S., "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" held its world premiere on May 28, 2008. In the celebration of the film's first exclusive screening, red carpet was rolled down at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California.

Though the special event wasn't as star-studded as the "Sex and the City" New York premiere, it still made noteworthy with the coming out of the comedy movie's stars, naming some were Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider, Lainie Kazan, Emmanuelle Chriqui and Nick Swardson, and the filmmakers, including co-writer Apatow and executive producer Robert Smigel. The red carpet was also made unique with the existence of barber chair on a section of it with the background of wig shelves.
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Duffy Backs Up Jay-Z's Glastonbury Performance

May 29, 2008 08:18:43 GMT


Welsh singer Duffy hinted his admiration to Jay-Z as she shout out her support over the rapper's disputed upcoming appearance at the Glastonbury festival. The pop singer refuses to follow some musicians who rejected Jay-Z's addition to headline the event and stated that she thinks that it would be great to see the rapper performing at the annual event.

Stating her support to the rapper, speaking to the Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk, Duffy said, "I genuinely think he's a great musician. I was quite intrigued by it. It hadn't really crossed my mind that his appearance might be a problem. I've seen him live and it was one of the best shows I've ever been to."
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Ice Cube's 'Longshots' Debuted First Trailer

May 29, 2008 07:19:40 GMT


She is a young girl having trouble fitting in her school. He is a former high school football star. Together, they are going to make history. That is the highlights of "The Longshots" first trailer. The over-two-minutes video footage helps moviegoers to get good and touching glimpses of the forthcoming Ice Cube-starring sport drama.

Focusing on the rise to glory the two leading characters going to experience in the tidbit, the trailer manages to also show the difficulties they have to face in challenging the society's stigma. All and all, it successfully presents the inspiring story of a young girl who become the first female to play in Pop Warner football tournament with the help and support of her uncle.
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Jonas Brothers Pick 'Burnin' Up' as First Single


May 29, 2008 07:15:21 GMT


Preparing the release of their new album "A Little Bit Longer", the Jonas Brothers have confirmed the lead single to be spawned from the band's upcoming set. The trio have picked the track "Burnin' Up" to lead the album's promotion and planned to officially drop it via radio outlets on June 20.

Beside "Burnin' Up", the band actually already have three other songs that they have debuted recently. Those singles are "Little Bit Longer", "Pushing Me Away" and "We Rock". The first two songs have been sung along with "Burnin' Up" at their recent tour, while the last song was released as the first single for the soundtrack of Disney-channel movie "Camp Rock".
News > Celebrity Gossip

Nicole Kidman Expecting a Boy

May 29, 2008 07:14:36 GMT


A claim has just emerged that Nicole Kidman is pregnant with a baby boy. Quoted a source close to the movie beauty, gossip blogger Perez Hilton announced Wednesday, May 28 it can "reveal exclusively" a baby boy is on the way for the Academy Award-winning actress and her country singer husband Keith Urban.

"The Australian actress is expecting a boy," so it was written on Perez's site. "Congrats to her and dad-to-be Keith Urban!"
News > Celebrity Gossip

Jonas Brothers' Behind-the-Scenes Book to Be Released This Fall

May 29, 2008 06:43:36 GMT


Jonas Brothers have become the other Disney stars who are expanding their empire with a planned-book in addition to fellow Disney star Miley Cyrus who's been confirmed late last month to have signed a seven-figure book deal to write a tell-all memoir. The chart-topping trio have signed their first ever book deal with Disney Book Group, it's been reported.

Jeanne Mosure, the senior vice president and global publisher of Disney Publishing Worldwide, confirmed Thursday, May 29 the Disney Book Group will be publishing an exclusive behind-the-scenes book from the chart-topping band on tour. The book will consist of never-before-seen photos and some very exclusive commentaries.
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'Spider-Man' Recasting Speculation Ruled Out

May 29, 2008 06:41:22 GMT


Less than 48 hours after the speculation about the replacing of Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker/Spider-Man created media frenzy on the Internet, the rumor has been quickly toned down. On Thursday, May 28, Sony Pictures came out and threw water to the escalating fire stating that the reports about the recasting of Spider-Man role is a mere rumor.

The studio have sent an e-mail to Cinema Blend through which they denied any truth to the casting speculation. "The information is unsupported and not true," parts of the e-mail read. "This rumor is ridiculously untrue." Adding to the rumor dismissal, IESB reported that Steve Elzer, the head of Media Relations for Sony/Columbia Pictures claimed that the reports about the replacing of Maguire with Patrick Fugit is completely false. He also insisted that Maguire is still Spider-Man saying, "No one is being considered for the role but Tobey. Period."
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David Cook Strikes Major Record Deal

May 29, 2008 06:30:35 GMT


David Cook is set to fulfill his musical career dreams after the American Idol Seventh Season winner has finally signed a major record deal. Cook will release his debut LP under 19 Recordings/RCA Records and it is being set for release this fall. The rock singer reportedly will start his album's works over the summer, taking up the empty dates from his upcoming Idol Tour which will starts on July 1.

Commenting about the deal, the 25-year-old rocker said to the press, "Signing this deal is truly a dream come true. I am looking forward to the recording process...The support I have received from America has been overwhelming, and I can't wait to hopefully do right by them." Meanwhile, Cook's current label through their vice president, Tom Corson, also shout out their praise on the rocker saying, "David Cook is an extraordinarily versatile and talented artist. He is a natural performer and a true star. We are thrilled to welcome him into our family."
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