A new promo image for final installment of The Hunger Games film franchise, Mockingjay – Part 2, has been revealed today thanks to the help of the film’s loyal fanbase. A microsite for Mockingjay – Part 2 was launched and fans were tasked with tapping the hidden image so that the promo photo could be revealed. In just one hour, fans from around the world successfully tapped all parts of the image, unlocking the promo photo below. The image, titled Fallen Snow, features a triumphant Katniss Everdeen (played by Jennifer Lawrence) standing atop a toppled statue of President Snow (played by Donald Sutherland). Katniss‘s District 13 allies stand with her in the full-size image, which you can see below. More »
As the premiere date for The Walking Dead season 6 draws closer, the promo stuff from the new season is coming with more frequency. Back in July, we got to see the first trailer for The Walking Dead season 6 after it was debuted at San Diego Comic-Con. Entertainment Weekly magazine gave us an inside look at the new season in a cover story feature on the new season just a few weeks ago. Today, we get to see a moody new promo video titled We Are One that showcases the characters that know and love (and still live). Additionally, a clip of footage from the season 6 premiere episode was debuted on The Talking Dead last night, which you can watch in full below. Click the embed above to watch the moody promo clip then click below to watch actual episode footage and feed your need for The Walking Dead. More »
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Yesterday was day 2 of the FYF Fest here in LA and I had another great day of live music with about 30K Los Angelinos at the LA Coliseum park. Before I made my way to the fest, I met up with Eileen for a late brunch hang — which was fun — and then I was off to meet up with some peeps at FYF. As much as I enjoyed myself at the festival on Saturday, I was really excited for day 2 yesterday because Morrissey was the headline performer. Before Moz, I got to see really great sets by Spiritualized, Mac DeMarco, HEALTH, Death Grips and FKA twigs. Each performance was really great so I’d be hard-pressed to pick the best one … but I will say that I enjoyed everyone so much that it would be unnecessary to pick a fave … which was probably Morrissey for me :D More »
Sooooo, there has been some speculation lately about who rapper Drake is dating these days or, at the very least, who he might be smooshing up on. Today, we learn from TMZ that Drake is undoubtedly doing the do with tennis champion Serena Williams. Drake has been following Serena around lately, showing up in the stands at some of her tennis matches and over the weekend, after she won the WTA tournament in Cincinnati, OH, the couple were spotted making out hardcore at a celebratory dinner afterward. And while it should be noted that this hook-up might be a one time thing, it actually appears more likely that the couple’s secret romance has been uncovered. Behold. More »
Back in June, Demi Lovato‘s smash summer hit Cool For The Summer made its debut online just a few weeks before the official music video was unleashed … almost immediately making it my fave song of the summer. Today we get our first listen of Demi‘s next offering, a song titled Confident which has made its early debut online (eg. it leaked). As I understand it, Confident was originally meant to be the song that Demi was going to release this summer (which was replaced by Cool For The Summer) so it makes sense that it would be the next song to come from her forthcoming new album. Click below to hear Confident and get your first listen of Demi‘s next HIT song. More »
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A new report out of the UK, from the British tabloid The Sun, is reporting today that the members of the hugely successful boy band One Direction are planning to “go their separate” ways and pursue solo careers after the release of their next (and final?) album next year. As you should be well aware, former 1D member Zayn Malik already left the group earlier this year to pursue his own solo career and this new report maintains that the rumored forthcoming 1D break-up has been in the works for some time now, before Zayn left on his own. At this point, this report should be considered rumor because there has been no official confirmation of the split BUT when reached for an official statement on this report, the PR team for One Direction gave an suspicious “no comment” rather than a flat out refusal. HMMMM. More »
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The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards are going to be a big night for Taylor Swift who is not only nominated for some of the biggest awards of the night but also because that is the night that she will world premiere the music video for her the next single from her album 1989. The music video for Wildest Dreams will be released in full during the pre-show on VMAs night but, in order to tide us over until then, Taylor has released a very short snippet of the music video on her official Instagram profile. As you can see below, this video preview features short flashes of scenes from the video … which appropriately teases what’s to come. Have a look below and get your first tiny taste of Taylor Swift‘s Wildest Dreams. More »
There’s nothing more frustrating than getting little glimpses here and there of a celebrity beef, but never really getting the full story (okay, there are, like 72 other things more frustrating, but this is pretty annoying). I am really aching to know what happened betwixt Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic because, damn. This is some seriously bad blood. Osbourne quit E!’s Fashion Police a while back, but she’s not done fuming about her former co-star. Click inside for more!
In about five months you won’t be able to find me because I’ll be racing to the theatres, about as swiftly as I did for Django Unchained, to bear witness to Quentin Tarantino‘s latest, The Hateful Eight. Tarantino recently spoke to Vulture about the production and I was happy to see that he’s willing to draw connections between the white supremacy prevalent during the post-Civil Rights era his film is set in, and the white supremacy that still plagues this country today. Click inside for more.