I'm sure there's a perfectly reasonable explanation
Altho I’m not usually a fan of posting items about North West‘s mother, the video above is something that I SIMPLY have to share with all y’all. As you can see by clicking the embed above, North‘s mother made her way out of Le Royal Monceau hotel to her awaiting car and only realized that she forgot her baby inside when she got to the car. The look on her face at the :16 minute mark (O_O) really says it all. AFTER she realizes that she forgot to bring her baby with her, she goes back into the hotel to retrieve her infant … who might’ve been left in the hotel room, the elevator, on a luggage cart … who knows. And while I’m certain there will be denials that she forgot her baby inside the hotel, this video seems to be all we really need to see. You just KNOW that North West wasn’t having any of this bullshizz. SMH, indeed.
"Bow down to the goddess"
A week ago we got to see the first teaser video for the forthcoming Lifetime made-for-TV biopic Aaliyah: Princess of R&B and today we get to see the TV movie’s first official trailer. Honestly, this trailer is painfully short and it doesn’t really so much actual footage from the movie but it is longer than the quick teaser we got to see last week and it does show us how much actress Alexandra Shipp looks almost exactly like Aaliyah … so I think it’s worth your time. Click below to see this minute-long trailer and see what you think. More »
Whitney, Janet, Madonna and OMG Samantha Fox FTW!
I’m at this point in my life where it feels like all of my friends, co-editors, and fellow school moms are about 7-10 years older than me. It’s a very cool feeling, because they all talk to me like I’m, like, 17 and I think being friends with older people exposes you to/makes you interested in other music. ’90s kids—we’ve had some great stuff. Britney, Beyoncé, Jay Z-those guys are cool. But we also missed out on a whole, bizarre,amazing, 80s universe. Now, I was born in ’85, so I had no real way of appreciating any of these songs when they first came out. But now that I’m all grown up, I’m amazed at how much fun these some of these classic jams still are. Click inside for more!
Posted under: Madonna, Whitney Houston
Pixar has a new animated feature film coming our way next summer and they are already teasing us with what’s to come. Inside Out will tell the animated tale about the emotions that live inside a little girl’s head … which will likely turnout to be a huge hit at the box office. As you can see in the embed above, Pixar has enjoyed much success exploiting our emotional welfare with the movies they have released thus far. Can you imagine what they are going to do to us with a movie solely about emotions? Check out the teaser video above and then click below to read the official movie description for Pixar‘s Inside Out. More »
Posted under: 'Inside Out'
The TV Guide
Last night I made the 1 1/2 drive up to Santa Barbara, CA to see Ryan Adams live in concert and it was one of the better decisions I’ve made all year long. It had been a few years since I’ve seen Ryan in concert and I almost opted out of seeing him live this time around. Ryan is one of my favorite singer/songwriters and I’ve been going to his shows for many years now. In recent years, tho, it has been a bit painful to listen to Ryan‘s music and the thought of seeing him live has stung me for longer than I care to admit. Where music is concerned, my ex and I didn’t really share much of the same interests (if truth be told, his taste in music is generally pretty horrible) but the music of Ryan Adams was one thing that was pretty important to the both of us and, sadly, I’ve been avoiding Ryan Adams ever since my break up. I decided I would not sacrifice my love for one of my favorite musicians for anyone … and I’m happy to share that last night’s concert was really wonderful and really healing for me. More »
Posted under: 'Run To You', Ryan Adams
Yes, you will cry again
In early August, we got to see the first trailer for the forthcoming Stephen Hawking biopic film The Theory of Everything and, as you may recall, that first trailer was a stunning look at what promises to be a powerfully emotional film. Today we get to see the just-released second trailer for The Theory of Everything, which is just as wonderful as the first trailer. I made it about a minute into this new trailer until I felt the tears well up in my eyes but by the end, full blown crying. I’m just blown away by Eddie Redmayne‘s performance as Hawking IN JUST THESE TRAILERS. If the two trailers we’ve seen thus far are truly representative of the entire film, I predict awards glory come awards season. Check out the trailer above and see what you think. The Theory of Everything opens in theaters on November 7.
Do try to NOT lick your computer screen
A couple of days ago, Nick Jonas gave us an early look at his new cover photo for Flaunt magazine and, as you may recall, it was quite a sight to see. Nick promised that we would get to see more later in the week and today, we get to see a couple of the photos that will be featured inside the new issue of Flaunt. As you can see below, Nick is just as shirtless inside this new issue of Flaunt as he is on the cover of the magazine … but this time, the photo is in color. And there’s the booty shot. Would anyone care to have another look at Nick Jonas‘s mostly nekkid bod? Have a look below. More »
Dear Joss Whedon, bring this to life
I’ve been meaning to post this video for a few days now but better late than never. A very talented Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan named Stephen Byrne has created an opening title sequence for a fiction TV series titled The Animated Adventures of Buffy. As you can see above, the animation is really expertly done … so much so that it really makes me wish the TV series really existed. Sigh. I’ve watched this video clip over and over for a few days now and I never get tired of watching. If only Joss Whedon could find a way to bring this animated series to life … then all of my dreams could come true. Buffy fans, watch this video and fall in love.
"I remember the whole thing as one big favorite moment"
Last week we saw video of composer Danny Elfman doing a reading from The Nightmare Before Christmas in front of The Haunted Mansion ride at Disneyland and today we get to see another Danny Elfman in Disneyland video. If you can believe it, Danny had never ridden the Haunted Mansion Holiday ride before last week so he was interviewed about the ride afterward, which is the video above. I love HalloweenTime at Disneyland mainly because I am a HUGE fan of the Halloween revamp The Haunted Mansion ride gets each year. Click the embed above to hear Danny talk about his thoughts on the ride and then make your plans to get to Disneyland immediately! Maybe I’ll see you there!!
Go Go Go, Moses
Back in July we got our first look at the first trailer for the new Biblical epic Exodus: Gods and Kings. Today we get to see the just-released second trailer for the film in the embed above. Because it’s a Ridley Scott film and because it stars Christian Bale as Moses, I’ll probably be seeing this movie in theaters. My fear is that the movie may be a snoorefest until Moses and God unleash the CGI plagues on the people of Egypt (kinda like how Titanic is boring as heck until the ship hits the ice berg and the CGI destruction of the ship gets underway). Check out the trailer and see if it looks like a movie that you would like to see. All I know is that if the parting of the Red Sea scene isn’t handled properly, I’m going to be really bummed out.