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She’s baacccckkk. Our girl Rachel Antonoff will be taking over the 2014 Video Music Awards Red Carpet Report for MTV.com once again, and we couldn’t be more pumped! On August 24, she’ll be hittin’ up all our faves right here in Inglewood to get the low-down on their killer ensembles. She said, “I am SO... Read more »

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Sony Pictures Entertainment has tapped “Iron Man 3″ director Shane Black to helm its adventure-action movie “The Destroyer.” The project is based on the book series of the same name originally written by Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir. Jim Uhls (“Fight Club”) and James Mullaney are writing the screenplay. The series centers on a New... Read more »

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Categories: film, news, iron man 3, shane black, sony pictures entertainment

“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has found a new supervillain. Brian Patrick Wade (“Teen Wolf,” “Generation Kill”) will debut as Carl “Crusher” Creel — better known to comicbook fans as his all-consuming alter ego Absorbing Man — in the ABC drama’s season two  premiere on Sept. 23, according to Marvel.com. The character is an antagonist to Clark Gregg’s... Read more »

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Categories: tv, news, brian patrick wade, marvel's agents of s.h.i.e.l.d.




Season two of HBO’s critically-acclaimed drama “True Detective” won’t be quite as dark as the first, according to HBO programming president Michael Lombardo, who spoke at the Guardian International Television Festival in Edinburgh Thursday. The second season (again scripted by creator Nic Pizzolatto) will feature a new story and cast of characters, led by three... Read more »

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Categories: tv, news, hbo, michael lombardo, nic pizzolatto, true detective, true detective season 2

MADRID — In the run-up to the Toronto Festival, where the fantasy drama plays in the Vanguard section, Media Luna has acquired worldsales rights to “Luna,” the latest film by U.K. artist-director Dave McKlean (“MirrorMask”). A celebrated illustrator of graphic novels (“The Sandman”), CD covers (for Machine Head, Fear Factory, Alice Cooper) children’s picture books... Read more »

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Categories: film, festivals, global, markets & festivals, news, dave mckean, luna, media luna, toronto festival

Charm is a relatively scarce commodity among this year’s new comedies, and “A to Z” has it. A slightly cryptic narration says the show will follow Andrew and Zelda (get it?) and offer “the comprehensive account of their relationship.” Perhaps appropriately, “How I Met Your Mother’s” Cristin Milioti stars opposite Ben Feldman, since this feels... Read more »

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Categories: tv, reviews, a to z, fall tv, nbc, warner bros. television

LONDON — Liam Neeson is to present his latest film, the crime drama “A Walk Among the Tombstones,” in the Gala Premieres section of the Zurich Film Festival. Based on Lawrence Block’s bestselling series of mystery novels, the pic stars Neeson as Matt Scudder, an ex-NYPD cop who now works as an unlicensed private investigator... Read more »

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Categories: film, global, news, lawrence block, liam neeson, zurich film festival


Independent Filmmakers Project — the New York-based nonprofit that runs the Made in NY Media Center, the cross-industry hub that opened in October — has appointed former Focus Features executive Gordon Ampel as the center’s new managing director. In his new gig, Ampel will oversee everything from programming and creative operations to marketing and engagement to... Read more »

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Categories: film, news, focus features, ifp, made in ny

“Harry Potter” filmmaker David Yates apparently has a few more tricks up his sleeve. Sources tell Variety that Yates, who directed several Harry Potter movies including the final “Deathly Hallows” pics, has agreed to return for the first installment of the Harry Potter spinoff trilogy “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” No deal has... Read more »

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Categories: film, news, david yates, fantastic beasts and where to find them, harry potter

By the fall of 1990 Simpsons mania had swept the country, even though the show had been on the air for less than a year. Bart was the breakout star and merchandise featuring the slingshot-wielding delinquent flooded stores, though schools across the country banned his "Underachiever and Proud of It"...

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Entertainment One Films has acquired the North American distribution rights to romantic comedy “Take Care,” five months after its debut at South by Southwest. “Take Care” stars Leslie Bibb and Thomas Sadoski and is directed, written and produced by Liz Tuccillo. eOne is planning a theatrical release in late 2014. Marin Ireland, Betty Gilpin, Nadia... Read more »

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Categories: film, news, leslie bibb, liz tuccillo, south by southwest, thomas sadoski

The Academy of Country Music has announced the list of performers and presenters for their 8th Annual ACM Honors, set for September 9th at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium. The event, which is open to the public, celebrates the non-televised special honorees and winners from the 49th Annual ACM Awards, which...

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Foo Fighters have shared a first look at the HBO series Sonic Highways – which chronicles the making of the band's upcoming LP of the same name – set to begin airing on October 17th. "I really believe that the environment in which you write or record an album influences the...

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ESPN wants to grab sports fans by the wrist: The cable programmer has unveiled a real-time score app for the Pebble smartwatch. The app, launched Thursday, can track multiple games and causes the Pebble to vibrate when it receives game updates and score changes. It provides scores for all pro leagues and collegiate conferences, and... Read more »

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Categories: digital, news, espn, pebble, smartwatches






Justin Bieber and one of his bodyguards are being sued by a photographer for assault and battery, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress after a fight broke out on a Hawaiian beach last year, Billboard reports.

Paparazzo Aja Oxman was photographing Bieber jumping into the ocean on the island of Kauai when...

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Earlier this week, we learned that Aphex Twin would end his 13-year hiatus with a new LP titled Syro, but other than a usually cryptic track list, Richard D. James didn’t offer up much more information. Thankfully, Warp Records helped fill in the blanks by revealing that Syro would be...

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Country newcomer Joel Crouse, who first came to the attention of country fans by touring with the likes of Taylor Swift, Darius Rucker, Toby Keith and the Band Perry, has released his debut studio album, Even the River Runs, on Keith's Show Dog-Universal label. The 22-year-old singer has also just...

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Killer Mike and El-P will release their second record as Run the Jewels, descriptively titled RTJ2, on October 28th. The album features numerous guests, including Rage Against the Machine mouthpiece Zack de la Rocha and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, among others yet to be announced, and will be available on CD, LP and...

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Photographer Dennis Morris first captured the attention of the Sex Pistols when Johnny Rotten saw some of the work he'd done with Bob Marley. The punk singer, a huge reggae fan, quickly brought Morris into the fold when the Pistols signed with Virgin in May 1977, and for the next seven months...

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After spending two seasons as an illustration, Mr. Met made his major league debut in April 1964, and quickly became a sensation: as the first live-action mascot of the modern era (sorry, San Diego Chicken) he not only revolutionized the game of baseball, but gave Mets fans something to cheer...

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Justin Bieber's rumored new home in the Hollywood Hills is thought to have been dubbed a "party venue".

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"The Gambler" holds the jack-of-all-trades card. Even the biggest Kenny Rogers fans will likely learn something new about the multi-talented icon as they walk through his exhibit at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Kenny Rogers: Through the Years, a biographical showcase that opened last week and runs through...

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Justin Bieber is being sued...again. This time, a Hawaiian photographer claims that The Biebs and his goon squad aka bodyguards damaged his camera equipment in 2013. This case is similar to another pending 2013 case in Miami, which is actually unrelated to Bieber's now-settled DUI case. In the Miami

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Motown 25 is coming to DVD, yo! When Motown 25: Yesterday • Today • Forever aired on NBC on May 16, 1983, it was an immediate sensation and became one of the most talked about concerts and TV specials ever. In an era before social media, the show was a true water-cooler event, marking the first time

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Interpol x The Met! On September 2, those rockers in Interpol will perform at The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Temple of Dendur. It's a special concert celebrating El Pintor, the band's first new album in four years, due out September 9, as well as the launch of the Met's new flagship app. Tickets

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Dev has shared an exclusive preview to her new Bittersweet July EP with the release of her new single "Kids," which you can check out below. The EP releases on September 23 and if you pre-order it on iTunes, you get "Kids" instantly as a download. But listen to the song below and then go pre-order

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Eric Clapton released The Breeze: An Appreciation of J.J. Cale, a tribute album to the late J.J. Cale, earlier this summer and it features Tom Petty, John Mayer and Willie Nelson, among others. Check out the video for the song "Call Me the Breeze," which is posted below for your viewing and

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Starting today, August 21, Disney's Club Penguin is bringing the magic of Disney's Frozen to Club Penguin Island. From August 21-September 3, players will be able to dress up like their favorite characters from the film, decorate their own Ice Palace Igloo and dance to a special instrumental

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There are too many celeb fragrances on the market. Elizabeth Arden, which produces Justin Bieber-branded and Taylor Swift-branded scents, has said it suffered from lower-than-expected sales of Eau de Celebs this year, particularly of those two artists. WENN reports that the company released a

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Rapper Gucci Mane, 34, has been given a prison sentence of 39 months, so three years and three months. Mane –that's Radric Davis to his mama and on all legal documents-- pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in May. WENN reports that in addition to the 39 months,

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Free music is good. Free, good music is better. Today, ARTISTdirect is offering a free download of Ben Jaimen's song "Satellites" from his Through the Universe EP, out this fall. Before you enjoy your free jam, here's some intel on Ben Jaimen. Ben Jaimen's music embodies a style that uses a unique

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Experience Hendrix LLC and Legacy Recordings will reissue the first two posthumous studio albums from Jimi Hendrix, The Cry of Love and Rainbow Bridge.

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