"And I don’t think I was the only one to feel that..."
#ALLMYMOVIES made Shia LaBeouf have love for himself. The actor watched 30 films in total over three days so it could have either gone really good or really bad! Luckily for him, he walked out of the experience loving himself. ”Coming out of there, it’s the first time I’ve actually felt part of this —it was very humanising for me,” he told New Hive. “I walked out loving myself. And I don’t think I was the only one to feel that.” More »
Did you feel that? Yeah, I’m over here full of goosebumps! Adele just released the full, live version of her new single, “When We Were Young,” and it literally made my heart come out of my chest. She has gifted us all with another song from her upcoming third album, 25, proving that she can do no wrong. To think that nine more songs are on the way (when her album is released on Friday) makes our Tuesday feel like the freakin’ weekend! The song was co-written with Tobias Jesso Jr. and in the video we see Adele performing it at The Church Studios in London. The single is signature Adele of course — slow and melancholic – where she sings about looking back on lost love. Watch above — and listen to the sound of yet another smash hit!
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Coldplay paid tribute to the people of Paris with an acoustic performance of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” Friday was supposed to be a big evening for the band, since they were scheduled to preview their new album, A Head Full of Dreams, live at Los Angeles in a livestreamed event for TIDAL. But, as the horrific attacks in Paris unfolded that evening, Coldplay cancelled the livestream and performed a few songs for the fans in attendance. “We’ll play a short set of old material so that your journey isn’t wasted. We send our love and prayers to the people of Paris,” they said in a statement head of their Belasco Theatre show. Coldplay’s cover wasn’t the first time Lennon’s song has been used to honor Paris. In an equally emotional tribute, a German pianist — named Davide Martello — set up outside Le Bataclan over the weekend to play “Imagine” on a piano he reportedly biked over from Germany. Watch Coldplay’s beautiful dedication to Paris above.
"F--k these a--holes"
John Oliver opened his show, HBO’s Last Week Tonight, addressing the Paris attacks with “moment of premium cable profanity” — and he did not hold back. He seized the opportunity to comment on the tragedy that occurred on Nov. 13, 2015, which left more than 120 dead and many more wounded, and basically says what we’re all thinking! John ripped into the attackers with a profanity laced monologue: “Here is where things stand,” he starts. “First, as of now, we know this attack was carried out by gigantic f–king a–holes. Unconscionable, flaming a–holes, possibly working with other f–king a–holes, definitely working in service of an ideology of pure a–holery. Second, and this goes almost without saying, f–k these a–holes. F–k them, if I may say, sideways.” Watch the rest of his monologue above — you know you want to.
With only five days left before the arrival of Adele‘s much-anticipated new album 25, Demi Lovato covered the smash single “Hello” during her performance at Seattle’s Kiss FM Fall Ball festival on Saturday. We doubt that anyone will ever be able to upstage Adele and her record-breaking song, but the “Cool for the Summer” singer comes pretty close! Though the video quality isn’t the best (it was taken from someone’s phone), we can hear the pain in every note — and it’s pretty magical. Demi’s upcoming Future Now tour with Nick Jonas doesn’t start until next June, but we really hope she continues performing covers like this. Watch above!
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As Han Solo says, there’s “no match for a good blaster at your side.” Which is why he hands one to Rey in the latest TV spot for Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens. Every time a new teaser or trailer comes out, the internet collectively loses its shit and then we all realize that we still have no idea what is going on. If you read all the articles in the latest issue Entertainment Weekly, then at least you have a little bit of an idea. There was nothing about eyes in this trailer, but it did feel like we saw more from The First Order. Also, I love Kylo Ren’s voice. I love that it’s a proto Darth Vader voice and since we know Kylo Ren was a name the character gave himself, it’s such a cool insight into who he is. But I still have one very important question: Where is my Luke Skywalker?
"Thank you [Julia Roberts] for the fabulous life"
LOL! Only Jimmy Kimmel can pull something like this off. On last night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, his guest, Julia Roberts, had the privilege of meeting nine other women named Julia Roberts. She had the opportunity to have an interesting chat with nine versions of herself. How many people can say they’ve done that? “I guess I am self-centered and it never occurred to me that anybody else would be named Julia Roberts,” the actress said. “I didn’t think no one would be; I just never thought about it.” Watch the nine women — whose locations ranged from Canada to Texas — reveal the perks of sharing a name with an Oscar winner in the video above. Who wouldn’t want to share the same name as the original Pretty Woman!?
Christmas Eve has never looked this crazy...
Columbia Pictures has released a new red band trailer for the Christmas comedy The Night Before, and its the perfect gift to get us excited for the holidays! Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Anthony Mackie star as childhood friends who get together for a final night of holiday craziness before Seth’s character becomes a father. And boy do they go crazy. The three of them basically put the “high” in high holidays in the new NSFW trailer for the Christmas comedy. The Night Before hits theatres Nov. 20, but make sure to watch the trailer above just to see what you’re in for! It’s definitely not the conventional holiday film we’re used to!
You better Belieb this is happening...
It was only a matter a time before Justin Bieber announced a world tour to support his new album Purpose, and the time has come! Can you Belieb it? He announced the news on Wednesday’s episode of Ellen, and of course when Ellen DeGeneres asked the singer when the world tour will begin, he couldn’t recall. “This was the only thing I had to remember, and I don’t remember it,” he said. “You can go to my website. What am I doing? I’m here to promote an album and a tour.” Oh Justin! Thankfully Ellen’s people were prepared and revealed that the Purpose World Tour kicks off March 9, 2016, with tickets going on sale next week. More »