Photography by Emilie Elizabeth
My good friend and photographer Emilie Elizabeth was in attendance at San Diego Comic-Con this year with her trusty camera and she snapped some of the best photos that came out of SDCC this year … and she is graciously sharing some of her photos with us. Emilie was in San Diego all weekend long shooting many of the major events and as you can see in the gallery presented here, she really captured the fun of Comic-Con. She snapped photos of the Batman cowl/cape exhibit, she ran into folks like George RR Martin and Norman Reedus from The Walking Dead and she snapped lots of really amazing photos of many of the attendees all dressed up in costume. This gallery is just a sample of the photos she took all weekend long at SDCC — I think you will love them all. You can see more of Emilie‘s work on her official website HERE. Enjoy.
The TV Guide
Last month, the singer POE surprised fans by announcing out of the blue that she was performing a show at The Sayers Club in Hollywood, CA. Because I’ve been a huge POE fan since the mid-90s, that show was a MUST SEE for me. Last week, POE quietly announced that she would be performing at The Sayers Club again this month and last night, she dazzled the crowd with TWO performance sets. I was, once again, lucky enough to attend her shows last night and was able to record another new song that she debuted live last night. Click below to see photos of POE in action last night and watch video of her performance of a new song titled Not Jane. More »
Posted under: 'Not Jane', POE
The TV Guide
I successfully made my way home to Detroit yesterday and was very pleased to see that actress Amy Adams and her family were on my flight from LA to Detroit. The upcoming superhero sequel film Batman V Superman: The Dawn of Justice is filming here in the Motor City and stars of the film are slowing making their way to town. Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot are already here and now Amy is here as well. All of that is well and good but this trip to Detroit is really all about spending some time at home with family and friends … but it doesn’t hurt that some celebs are spending time here as well :D More »
Posted under: Amy Adams
The TV Guide
Last night, I was extremely fortunate to be able to see the singer/songwriter POE live in concert at The Sayers Club in Hollywood, CA after many, many years. My love of POE goes back to the mid-90s and the last time that I saw her perform live was in the early 00s when she played a special show at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH. Since that time, for various reasons, POE has been pretty much off the radar. I found out that she would be performing at Sayers this week and called in every favor necessary to gain entry to the show. People, let me tell you … POE is still the amazing singer that we know and love. She performed a short set of old and new songs to a delighted audience and gave me new hope that we will be seeing and hearing more from her very soon. I managed to get video of a few songs performed last night (including the two new songs) and I was able to chat with POE for a bit after the show to find out what she has planned next. Read on for all the goods. More »
A PITNB Investigative Report
In the wake of the odd behavior actor Shia LaBeouf has been exhibiting in public recently, including his decision to walk the red carpet of his new movie while wearing a paper bag over his head that read I Am Not Famous, we learned earlier this week that Shia opened a performance art installation project thing here in LA at a gallery called #IAMSORRY. In a blatant rip-off/homage to Marina Abramović‘s performance art piece The Artist Is Present, LeBeouf is making himself available to the public by sitting in a room so that people can sit across from him and do whatever they like (within reason) as he sits there. At the urging of a few PITNB readers, I decided to head down to the gallery and check out Shia‘s #IAMSORRY project for myself and report back to all y’all. Yesterday afternoon, my friend Ollie and I made our way to the Cohen Gallery on Beverly Blvd. to see what we could find. Click below for my full report on #IAMSORRY. More »
Posted under: #IAMSORRY, Shia LaBeouf
Plus Interviews With Tamar, Trina, Traci, and Towanda!
As many of you know by now, I recently had the most amazing Thursday night ever when I attended the Gain Pre-Grammy Music To Your Nose party hosted by all of the Braxton sisters in NYC. Not only did I get to snap some fabulous pictures with all of the ladies (and Tamar‘s hubby Vince), but I also had the pleasure of interviewing them all– I even got some one-on-one time with Toni and Tamar. And let me tell you, the hotel where the event was held is officially my favorite spot in the city. It’s called the Empire Hotel, and when I walked in I immediately recognized it as the same place where I met and interviewed French film star Audrey Tautou (AKA Amélie) a couple of years back. So yeah, the Empire Hotel makes life happy… and so do the Braxtons! Click inside for PITNB‘s exclusive interviews!
We all know by now that the new movie The Legend Of Hercules is going to be all kinds of epic. Kellan Lutz will be playing the lead role, and while that gives us plenty to get psyched about, this new clip shows us that the women in this film won’t be playing second fiddle to anyone. Gaia Weiss is taking on the role of Hebe and PITNB has an exclusive clip from a rough cut of the film; suffice it to say, you don’t wanna cross this goddess if she’s carrying a spear. Check out the video for more!
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Back in June I had the great fortune of seeing Beyoncé live in concert at the Staples Center here in LA on the first US leg of her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. As you may recall, I snagged SWEET seats up against her stage and had the most amazing time. When tickets went on sale for the second leg of her tour, I couldn’t resist and purchased the same seats right up next to her stage for her show here in town last night and, once again, I had THE time of my life. If you follow me on Instagram, you already know that I took and shared a lot of photos and videos from the concert. I’ve collected a few of my faves for sharing below. Have a look, won’t you? More »
Watch a clip from the film below
Last year I came upon a You Tube video that was made by a man named Shane Bitney Crone titled It Could Happen To You. In the video, Shane explained how the love of his life, Tom, was killed in an accident and because Tom‘s family doesn’t approve of homosexuality, Shane was barred from seeing his partner in the hospital nor was he allowed to attend the eventual funeral (which never would’ve happened had Shane and Tom been allowed to marry). Shane‘s original video spread all around the world and found so much support that a documentary was made to further tell Shane and Tom‘s tragic story. Click the embed above to watch the trailer for this new documentary titled Bridegroom (which is out on DVD and digital today) and then click below to watch a clip from the film made available to PITNB readers. I can honestly say that Bridegroom will be one of the most important, one of the most emotional films you’ll see all year. More »
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After I ran my 5K race in Hollywood yesterday morning, I spent much of my afternoon at home resting up for the rest of my day head. In the early evening, I made my way to the Arclight for a showing of the film Dallas Buyers Club and then later in the night, I made my way to the Fonda Theater to see Johnny Marr (of The Smiths) live in concert. The movie was excellent as was the concert so I had a really fun day full of awesome entertainment. More »