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Gli Evergaze Eternity iniziano la loro storia nell'ottobre del 2007, quando Giovanni, Michele e Irene decidono di dar vita ad una band che fosse sintesi delle loro molteplici influenze musicali, aventi tutte come comune denominatore una distaccata vena intimistica, onirica e malinconica. La prima formazione stabile si ottiene con l’ingresso di Stefano alle chitarre e Andrea alla batteria ed è con questa line up che gli Evergaze Eternity registrano, presso i Syncropain Product di Marco Ribecai a Pisa, il loro primo Ep “Incompatible Existences” e la cover di Red Stars dei The Birthday Massacre, in due sessioni distinte iniziate rispettivamente il 6 giugno e il 14 dicembre 2008. Durante le registrazioni della seconda sessione, Stefano lascia la band e la registrazione delle chitarre viene terminata dallo stesso Marco Ribecai. A sostituire Stefano alla chitarra arriva Nicola e la band inizia l'attività live. Nel frattempo Incompatible Existences riceve recensioni positive ovunque, arrivando ad essere Top Demo sulla rivista Metal Maniac. Infatti, nelle quattro canzoni che compongono l’Ep, la band interpreta, nel segno dei The Gathering, un gothic rock con arrangiamenti eleganti, ricco di riferimenti musicali che vanno dal gothic/doom metal al dark/pop, all’elettronica, al rock alternativo, alla psichedelia. Su tutto l’incredibile voce ed il fascino di Irene, dal timbro lirico ed etereo, vicino a quello di Anneke. Nel luglio 2009 ad affiancare Irene entra nella band Valeria che, con la sua splendida voce dal timbro più orientato al rock/pop, le risulta naturalmente complementare, permettendo così alla band di sperimentare nuove strade e di esprimere al meglio le diverse sfumature della propria musica. Con questa nuova formazione la band è attualmente impegnata nella composizione del primo album ufficiale la cui uscita è prevista per il 2010.

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Giovanni: Synthesizers/FX/Programming



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Ramy Youssef on bringing a Muslim American story to Hulu's new comedy Ramy

Martedì 23 Aprile 2019 16:52

he never dreamed of a career in Hollywood. In fact, he never dreamed about much of anything when it came to his future. “I was in school for a little bit at Rutgers for political science, but it was very loose,” Youssef, 28, says of life before getting into comedy, spending three seasons on Scott Baio’s Nick at Nite sitcom See Dad Run, and playing security analyst Samar Swailem on USA’s Mr. Robot. “I got a camera at a very young age, but I always kind of thought of it as a hobby. I never really did figure out anything else I could do, so this really was out of a lack of options.” His unique perspective as an Egyptian-American millennial — even one lacking in ambition — was enough to fuel his early stand-up and inspire his new comedy series, Ramy, on which he stars as a first-generation Muslim-American who is trying to find his way. “I knew I wanted to make something about Arab Muslims,” says Youssef, whose twentysomething character works at a start-up and still lives with his parents in New Jersey. “I try to be as specific as possible when saying ‘Arab Muslims’ because there are a lot of different Muslims. I’ve never really seen stories about us in America, at least where you had versions of our characters that weren’t framed by violence.” So he set out to tell stories about a kid from an immigrant family who wants to hold on to his culture. In one Ramy episode, Ramy struggles to observe Ramadan (a holiday during which devout Muslims fast and refrain from sex from dawn to sunset) while trying to keep a girlfriend. “It’s a lot about personal responsibility,” says Youssef, who insists the real Ramy is not quite as “stripped and confused” as the fictitious one. But he couldn’t imagine naming his comedy anything else. “I never wanted the expectation that this represents all Muslims,” he says. “That, by nature, is offensive. I [named] it Ramy because it’s my point of view. That’s really all the show claims to cover.” To see Youssef in the pages of Entertainment Weekly pick up the Avengers: Endgame issue of the magazine. You can buy all six covers, or purchase your individual favorites: Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, Hulk, and Ronin. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. Hulu’s generous, profound Ramy is a must-see new sitcom: EW review Hulu announces four new Marvel animated shows: Howard the Duck, M.O.D.O.K., more

See Will Smith jaw-droppingly de-aged in Ang Lee's Gemini Man trailer

Martedì 23 Aprile 2019 16:50

Gemini Man‘s first trailer sees the Oscar-winning Life of Pi filmmaker setting the Hollywood superstar loose in an effects-driven spectacle that follows an aging assassin (Smith) fighting an unseen enemy he later discovers is a younger version of himself. “Twenty-five years ago, they made you from me!” Smith says to his cloned counterpart, sent to kill him by the very agency that employs both men. “They chose me because there’s never been anybody like me. We have to end this right now!” In line with Lee’s penchant for pushing the boundaries of movie technologically (recently, his 2016 film Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk was the first film to be shot at 120 frames-per-second), Gemini Man used complex digital effects to de-age its 50-year-old star by nearly three decades. “I’m 50 years old now, and I don’t know that I would have had the experience to play a 23-year-old me [earlier in my career],” Smith said via pre-recorded message at April’s CinemaCon event, per Variety, while Lee added: “If you’re a director and you get to work with Will Smith, you should consider yourself lucky — and thanks to new technology, I get two.” Gemini Man has reportedly been in development since 1997, when Walt Disney Studios purchased the concept, with the late Tony Scott (Enemy of the State) attached to direct. Who will save you from yourself? Check out the official poster for #GeminiMan in theatres 10.11.19. pic.twitter.com/jDAUwKrRGW — Gemini Man (@GeminiManMovie) April 23, 2019 Will Smith surprises Coachella to perform ‘Icon’ with son Jaden Will Smith conjures a fresh Genie singing ‘Friend Like Me’ in new Aladdin clip at CinemaCon Jurassic Park, Brokeback Mountain added to National Film Registry

Was the Michael Scott Paper Company the most successful business in history? An EW investigation

Martedì 23 Aprile 2019 16:39

What do you get when you put three employees, two computers, and one giant container of cheese balls in a free, closet-sized office? You get the Michael Scott Paper Company, which, despite having the deck stacked against them, quieted all the doubters and had a meteoric rise in the paper industry. Tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of the scrappy underdog company being sold to paper titan Dunder Mifflin, marking the end of a wildly productive (and short) era, while also begging the question: is the Michael Scott Paper Company the most successful business of all-time? Before we can answer that, let’s start at the beginning. Tired of being overlooked and disrespected, long-time regional manager of Scranton’s Dunder Mifflin branch Michael Scott quit his job, eventually deciding to start his own paper company. It made sense considering he “knows everything that there is to know about paper.” And even as his Dunder Mifflin employees refused to join him and attempted to discourage him, he forged on: “This is a dream that I’ve had…since lunch and I’m not giving up on it now.” The resolve of a true entrepreneur. And in a true Jerry Maguire moment, he’s able to bring one loyal associate — Dunder Mifflin assistant-turned-Michael Scott Paper Company salesman, Pam Beesly. Then, it was time to build the Dream Team. Move over, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Larry Bird, because we’ve got Pam, intern-turned-arrested executive-turned-bowling alley blonde Ryan Howard (“He’s everything I’m not and everything I am,” Scott said of his protégé), and telemarketing wiz Vikram. And their mission is simple: “I will not beat. I will never give up. I am on a mission. That is the Michael Scott guarantee.” Chills. Yes, there were early bumps, such as Grandma Scott refusing to invest and the subsequent resignation of Vikram, but the resolve was there. “I do my best work when people don’t believe in me,” declared Scott (just ask his high school math teacher about how many goals he scored). And that soon proved to be the case as he scored a free office “right in the middle of the paper belt.” Admittedly, it was a small space and it’s not ideal to hear everything happening in the bathroom above, but Apple started in a garage, so they were already a step above that. Dare I say that Scott is the Bill Gates of the paper game? I actually don’t have to, since he basically said it himself. Once officially up and running, Scott really began to shine, showing why a “World’s Best CEO” mug needed to be commissioned. The man just knows how to connect with people, which is on full display with his wooing of big fish like Mr. Scofield and putting on charming pancake luncheons. In what should be no surprise, our Dream Team’s work quickly paid off, with young upstart Beesly securing her first career sale and the first for the Michael Scott Paper Company. And then they were off to the races, stealing 10 major clients from Dunder Mifflin through low prices and “unparalleled customer service.” But success didn’t change them; still, every morning, they’d hit the streets at 4:30 a.m., armed with just a mug of milk and sugar, making deliveries in an old Korean church van. And yet, that quick success looked like it might be the cause of their downfall. Apparently, their prices were so cheap that they’d eventually put them out of business (maybe they should start charging for those church rides?). With his blood, sweat, and tears poured into this company, Scott declares this the worst day of his life — at least until Steve Martin dies. But as all of this is going on, Dunder Mifflin is in crisis mode, prompting an emergency visit to Scranton for CFO David Wallace. After hours of strategizing, the brain trust decides that the cheapest option is to make Scott a buyout offer. Good luck with that considering you’re going up a master negotiator who definitely won’t tell them that his company is going broke. Scott plays hardball, rejecting the first offer before even hearing it. Wallace says MSPC is only four weeks old and that they can’t keep this rate up. With a strong counterargument from Scott, Dunder Mifflin comes back with an offer of $60,000. Scott, Howard, and Beesly talk in private, with Scott deciding that they need consistent money, so he demands that Wallace give him his old job, parking space, and Sebring back, in addition to banning new exec Charles Miner from Scranton and also bringing Howard and Beesly on as salesmen. “Your company cannot be worth that much,” argues Wallace, explaining how salary and benefits for three people would make this a multimillion dollar buyout. “Our company is worth nothing,” responds Scott. “Business isn’t about money to me, David. If tomorrow my company goes under, I will just start another paper company. And then another. And another. And another.” He’s not lying, with plenty of possible company names at the ready, including “Michael.” With their balls now in Wallace’s court, he concedes, agreeing to the unprecedented demands. Now, with full knowledge of the history of the Michael Scott Paper Company, let’s once again ask the question if its the most successful business in history. 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Marvel Studios is making a behind-the-scenes video of Stan Lee's cameos

Martedì 23 Aprile 2019 16:36

and his reign as the cosmic cameo king is drawing to a close, but the creator of so many classic superheroes has one more surprise for fans. The footage dates back to the origins of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008’s Iron Man, when Lee appeared on the the red carpet outside a concert hall for a Stark event and is mistaken by Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) for Hugh Hefner. It will also include “the deleted cameo, the first cameo he did on Avengers, when you two were in the cafe outside,” Feige said, indicating Chris Evans, whose Captain America takes flak from the old-timer. Each of the actors had a story about meeting Lee on the set or at the premiere of these movies. “The amazing thing is, just as you’ve all said, he said the right thing to the right person at all times,” Feige told them. ” Every interaction was what one’s dream interaction with Stan Lee would be.” Feige even has his own. “He left me a voicemail once, in 2004 or something,” he recalled. “I’d never gotten a voicemail from Stan Lee, and I kept it for years until I think the phone disintegrated. But it was: ‘Fearless Feige! Stan Lee here….’ I listened to it over and over and over. That’s what he was always like — always supportive.” For more on Avengers: Endgame, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands now. You can buy all six covers, or purchase your individual favorites: Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, Hulk, and Ronin. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. A Smashing Good Time: How star Mark Ruffalo crushed it as the Hulk Tour of Duty: Visit the set of each Captain America film with Chris Evans All for One: EW’s epic and emotional sit-down with the Avengers who started it all

BTS and Halsey's 'Boy With Luv' becomes highest Billboard Hot 100 debut for K-pop group

Martedì 23 Aprile 2019 16:35

“Boy With Luv” featuring Halsey, the lead single from the Korean boy band’s new album Map of the Soul: Persona, debuted at no. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This makes it not only BTS’ highest-charting single, but the highest-charting song by a K-pop group ever. (Group, not artist — Psy’s ubiquitous “Gangnam Style” peaked at no. 2 in 2012.) A second BTS song, “Make It Right,” also made the chart, making them the first K-pop group to score at least two simultaneously-charting hits. BTS landed in the top 10 for the first time in 2018 with the song “Fake Love,” which peaked at no. 10. Lil Nas X held down the top spot on the Hot 100 for a third week with “Old Town Road,” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus. They become the first K-pop act with at least two simultaneously-charting hits. — Billboard Charts (@billboardcharts) April 22, 2019 The Greatest Showmen: An exclusive look inside the world of BTS BTS’ RM and Suga talk mental health, depression, and connecting with fans The essential BTS member guide: What you should know about K-pop’s biggest band

Harry Potter and Vans to collaborate on Hogwarts themed shoes

Martedì 23 Aprile 2019 16:31

  Vans has confirmed that a Harry Potter collaboration is on the way, after sharing a cryptic post on social media. On Monday (April 22), the footwear giant teased a “magical collaboration” with the Wizarding World – marking the first time that the two brands have worked together. “Something magical coming soon: vans.com/harrypotter,” they wrote across Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. When fans visit the website, a message reads: “Vans and HARRY POTTER collaborated to conjure up a magical collection of footwear, apparel, and accessories for witches, wizards, and muggles alike.” Something magical coming soon: https://t.co/Ug5xKWJXTD pic.twitter.com/fwYXJ3U3bz — Vans (@VANS_66) April 22, 2019 While little information beyond the initial posts has emerged, the website shows four patterns representing the four houses of Hogwarts – complete with their mascots. With that in mind, we’re expecting designs that are inevitably themed around the different colors of Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff. Vans’ latest collaboration with a cultural giant comes after they unveiled their David Bowie collection earlier this month.  Among the special edition shoes released was the ‘Slip-On 47 VDX’ which pays tribute to Bowie’s 1971 album, ‘Hunky Dory’. The ‘Sk8-Hi’ LAO has a design paying homage to Bowie’s ‘Ziggy Stardust’ era thanks to a lightning stripe on the side panel of the sneakers. Earlier this year, rock titans Led Zeppelin also announced a new collaboration with Vans as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations. The post Harry Potter and Vans to collaborate on Hogwarts themed shoes appeared first on NME.

Avengers: Endgame stars sing Marvel-themed 'We Didn't Start the Fire' with Jimmy Fallon

Martedì 23 Aprile 2019 16:10

Jimmy Fallon assembled some of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes — Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Brie Larson, Danai Gurira, Karen Gillan, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, and Paul Rudd — to sing a Marvel-themed version of Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire” on The Tonight Show. Some of the actors seemed more enthusiastic about concept than others. Evans, expectedly, was super into it. The comic book-style musical bit is essentially a quick run-through of everything that happened in the Marvel Cinematic Universe leading up to Avengers: Endgame, the culmination of said cinematic universe. Remember when Thor had long hair? Remember that movie The Incredible Hulk? It’s all here. With Avengers: Endgame coming out this Friday — this Thursday if you count late-night screenings — a refresher can’t hurt. As with most Marvel films, this musical number also has a Stan Lee cameo. The grand finale sees all the comic book panels assemble to form the image of the late Marvel comic creator. Excelsior! The Avengers: Endgame cast shared these emotional words after the premiere Here are the (spoiler-free) first reactions to Avengers: Endgame Kate Beckinsale and Jimmy Fallon go nuts feeling up a foot in mystery box game

‘Game of Thrones’ season 8 episode 2 review: Goodbyes abound as Winterfell braces for untold deaths

Lunedì 22 Aprile 2019 17:26

  This article contains spoilers for Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2, ‘A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms’ It’s surprising that Game of Thrones has chosen to spend the first two of its final six episodes essentially hyping a battle in its third. Were this any other show I’d be frustrated, but it’s hard to begrudge given the show’s track record for so emphatically delivering in its action scenes. Read more: Who will win Game of Thrones? Yes, the army of the dead have almost reached Winterfell, and given that no-one has thought to build a moat to repel the non-swimmers (come on guys, even a paddling pool would do, hand Davos a pump already) it looks like we’re about to get one hell of a showdown. We usually break down these episodes reviews by region, but given that episode 2 took place entirely in Winterfell, a new categorisation is required: degree to which characters have sealed their deaths by resolving their story arcs the night before battle. Extremely dead Missandei and Grey Worm There were a series of romantic pairings – mead-cutes, if you will – in Winterfell tonight. Monopolising the ‘couldn’t care less about them’ end of the spectrum were Missandei and Grey Worm, who kissed goodbye and made vague plans to hit up a beach once the wars are over. I dearly hope that one of the fake endings that Game of Thrones reportedly shot is Grey Worm sipping a piña colada during a package holiday in Naath, but I can’t see it getting used. Expect Grey Worm to die valiantly leading the Unsullied into battle in episode 3, though Missandei could live to make robotic pronouncements another day (more on that later). Ser Brienne of Tarth Jaime’s wine-fuelled knighting of Brienne was one of the more satisfying character resolutions tonight – a noble ending for perhaps the show’s most noble character. Now a respected Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, she is fated to die as she lived: unwaveringly defending the Starks. Some will criticize this week’s Brienne scenes as fan service, but I was happy to indulge them given the writers resisted a tryst with Tormund. There were a lot of aching hearts in that room, Tormund lusting after Brienne, Brienne silently pining for Jaime and, to my mind, Jaime somewhat reciprocating Brienne’s feelings in a ‘would be nice if I wasn’t hot for despotic sisters’ way. Theon Greyjoy Theon is the most certified dead character currently wandering Winterfell right now, having previously pledged to fight for the Starks and tonight volunteering for the suicide mission of defending Bran from The Night King. I can’t help but think there are soldiers better suited to the role, but he should at least serve as some fleshy chaff for the undead to have to carve through, holding them off for precious extra seconds. Theon got all he wanted in episode 2 anyway: the tacit forgiveness of a misty-eyed Stark (Sansa). Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy and Gemma Whelan as Yara Greyjoy Probably dead Beric Dondarrion, Gendry, Tormund Giantsbane, The Hound, Ser Jorah Mormont The surviving members of that foolhardy mission beyond the Wall’s days are numbered. Ser Jorah, in particular, who got one of the more unexpected send-offs tonight as he saved Tyrion from being fired as Hand of the Queen. First Mormont yielded to Jon Snow’s superior looks, now he’s deferred to Tyrion’s superior intellect. You’re one of the good ones, Jorah, and I’ll weep for you as you’re devoured by wights in episode 3, Heartsbane cutting through the sky. The fate of Beric and The Hound (aka “you two miserable old shits” – Arya Stark) is less clear. I’d still like some kind of resounding purpose for Dondarrion’s incessant resurrections, while Sandor “The Hound” Clegane is still due a final face-off with his brother, Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane. Game of Thrones enjoys cruel injustices though, so perhaps we’ll be intentionally deprived of closure on either or both. I still like the theory that Gendry will be pragmatically installed on the Iron Throne by Jon/Dany, but the chances of this took a hit over the last couple of episodes as Gendry became simply the willing instrument in Arya losing her virginity. The sex scene made sense (formerly blind assassins need love too!) but my god was it awkwardly staged. Bran Stark Let me start by saying that the logic of the Night King wanting to kill Bran over everyone else because he represents the history and memories of men, – or something – is incredibly unconvincing. That war room strategy scene was kind of embarrassing tonight; I was looking forward to a trading of detailed plans around the map, but instead we got the vague notion from Jon of using Bran as bait and then we swiftly moved on. Hopefully, we were simply not privy to more thorough plans of attack which will unfold next week. But why is Bran going to die? Simple, that curious scene in which Tyrion pulled up a chair and asked Bran to tell him his whole life Three-Eyed Raven, the unsaid subtext to which can only be ‘so someone can tell your life story after you die and after this mess is over, because Meera is narratively M.I.A.’ Jon Snow Because no-one can finish a conversation in Winterfell, we didn’t hear Jon’s response to Daenerys realising he has a better claim to the Iron Throne than her this week, but I can only imagine it was essentially a “take it, I don’t want it.” This will likely be a moot point however, as Jon feels destined to die defeating the White Walkers. His name may be Aegon Targaryen, but he’s Jon Snow through-and-through and should die on Northern soil. Kit Harington as Jon Snow in ‘Game of Thrones’ Could make it out alive Tyrion Lannister I like Tyrion’s chances of surviving next week, if just because he spent so much time tonight predicting his death. Jaime Lannister Similarly, I think Tyrion’s brother might escape Winterfell too. Jaime’s probably a goner in the long run, but the Lannister siblings are really the most compelling aspect to the show, and will carry it toward its conclusion – especially if Jon Snow isn’t around as de facto protagonist. Daenerys Targaryen Who will sit on the Iron Throne is a matter for episodes 5 and 6, and it’s hard to see Daenerys not making it that far, unless the show decides to really pull the rug from under us (which in fairness, would be quite welcome). Sansa Stark Dislikable though she is, Sansa might be the only character in the show whose judgment isn’t clouded by love nor loyalty. As such, it makes sense for her to manage to stay alive until the show’s conclusion – perhaps more so than anyone else. Anyone who can’t swing a sword Gilly, Missandei et al will remain below ground during the White Walker attack, we learned tonight. Are we about to see the mass slaughter of women and children at the hands of reanimated corpses? I wouldn’t put such a brutal scene past this show by any means, but I just can’t see it somehow. Read more: ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel: title, release date, cast, rumours and everything we know so far Non-death related but nonetheless notable elements in episode 2: “Here we are, together again” (Tyrion, to Jaime) was the most phoned-in reunion dialogue yet. “You always knew exactly what she was, and you loved her anyway” (Tyrion, to Jaime, about Cersei) however, really stung – a great exchange and you know Jaime felt it. Winterfell’s maester should be executed for interrupting that absolutely pivotal conversation between Sansa and Daenerys. The Hound and Arya have become really quite similar by this point – two lethal forces, only really loyal to themselves, and loners who don’t particularly care for other humans. Sam’s “I have stolen a considerable number of books!” was the funniest line so far this season.  Podrick’s got pipes! I’m glad he used them. What better and more traditional a way for a band of fighters to wile away the remaining few hours before a possibly fatal battle than with wine, a fire and a song? In conclusion, episode 2 – much like the season opener – felt a bit like it was going through the motions. There were some poignant and moving pre-battle farewells, but just as many that felt a little clunky. This was always going to be the way though, when you have so many characters and so few episodes in which to pay them off. Two whole episodes seems a lot for simply setting the stage, but the scenes they are preparing us for are sure to be the stuff of television history. The post ‘Game of Thrones’ season 8 episode 2 review: Goodbyes abound as Winterfell braces for untold deaths appeared first on NME.

Justin Bieber joins Ariana Grande on Coachella stage

Lunedì 22 Aprile 2019 17:11

During Sunday night’s second headlining set at Coachella, the pop superstar delighted fans by inviting Justin Bieber on stage to perform with her. After kicking things off with the song “raindrops (an angel cried)” from her sweetener album, the singer transitioned into “God Is a Woman,” and various other hits from her thank u next record. Towards the end of the set, Grande brought out her surprise guest Justin Bieber. “We thought it might be fun to do something for you guys,” Grande said before the duo launched into a performance of his 2015 hit, “Sorry.” Grande and Bieber can both be heard on Lil Dicky’s new single “Earth.” “I haven’t been on stage in like two years. I came out here I had no idea I was going to be on stage tonight,” Bieber told the crowd, according to PEOPLE. “So anyways this is my first time on stage in two years. I had to get my groove back, my swag back. By the way, album coming soon.” Grande’s making a habit of wowing the crowd with guest appearance. During last week’s headlining set, she welcomed ‘NSYNC stars Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick to come out and sing their 1997 hit “Tearin’ Up My Heart” with her. Nicki Minaj also came out to perform their 2016 hit “Side to Side,” and Diddy appeared to sing “Mo Money Mo Problems,” with Grande singing Faith Evans’ verse. Ariana Grande joined on stage by (most of) ‘NSYNC during Coachella headlining set Ariana Grande reminds listeners who’s in charge on intimate Thank U, Next The sweet success of Ariana Grande, according to Troye Sivan

The Curse of La Llorona scares up $26.5 million opening weekend

Lunedì 22 Aprile 2019 17:03

The Warner Bros. horror film wins the worst Easter weekend in years with an estimated $26.5 million across 3,372 theaters. It outpaced expectations to win the weekend. On a very slow box office weekend, its global total is only $56.6 million. Despite that, La Llorona easily beats the second and third place titles. DC’s Shazam! continues a third week of box office success, falling to second place with an estimated $17.3 million across 4,183 theaters. Shazam! has shown remarkable staying power, falling less than 30 percent in its third weekend and crossing the $300 million mark globally.With that second place victory, Warner Bros. wins the weekend, landing both the first and second place spots with two buzzy releases. Faith-based film Breakthrough lands in third place with an estimated $11.1 million across 2,824 theaters. This is the worst Easter weekend in 15 years, taking in an estimated $107 million total across North America, which just barely comes in ahead of 2005’s $99 million haul. In 2005, Ashton Kutcher and Bernie Mac’s Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner remake Guess Who and Miss Congeniality 2 were the biggest new releases, taking the top two spots. Made for a reported $9 million dollars, The Curse of La Llorona easily scores a profit in its first weekend out. Produced by Conjuring artist James Wan, the film is based on a figure of Mexican folklore, La Llorona (the weeping woman), who is caught between heaven and hell and comes to steal children. It’s not officially part of The Conjuring universe, but its set in the 1970s and features Father Perez (Tony Amendola) from the Annabelle films. Linda Cardellini, Patricia Velasquez, Madeleine McGraw, Sean Patrick Thomas, and Raymond Cruz star in the R-rated horror film. Michael Chaves directs. The film won the weekend despite middling reviews and a B- Cinemascore. The weekend’s other new release, Fox’s faith-based film Breakthrough, takes third place with an estimated $11.1 million. Based on the book of the same name, the inspirational film is the story of a mother, played by This Is Us’ Chrissy Metz, and her unwavering love and faith after her son suffers a terrible accident. Despite the odds, the convinces family, friends, and community members to believe in the power of prayer. The PG-rated film stars Topher Grace, Mike Colter, Chrissy Metz, Josh Lucas, Marcela Ruiz Esparza, and Alissa Skovbye. Roxann Dawson directs with NBA star Stephen Curry executive producing alongside successful faith-based producer Devon Franklin (Miracles from Heaven). Captain Marvel experiences a boost in the run-up to next weekend’s Avengers: Endgame, which is expected to break box office records. It takes in an estimated $9.1 million for fourth place in its seventh weekend. It has now officially crossed $400 million at the domestic box office, the 11th comic book adaptation to do so. Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) will return in next weekend’s long-anticipated conclusion to the MCU’s Infinity arc. Rounding out the top five is Universal’s Little in its second weekend. It scored an estimated $8.5 million across 2,667 theaters. The film stars Regina Hall as a ferocious boss who is transformed into her 13-year-old self overnight (Marsai Martin) and her employee, played by Issa Rae, must help her navigate this fantastical development. Overall box office is down 16.4 percent year-to-date, according to Comscore. Check out the April 19-21 numbers below. 1. The Curse of La Llorona — $26.5 million 2. Shazam! — $17.3 million 3. Breakthrough — $11.1 million 4. Captain Marvel— $9.1 million 5. Little— $8.5 million 6. Dumbo— $6.8 million 7. Pet Sematary — $4.9 million 8. Missing Link — $4.4 million 9. Us— $4.3 million 10. Hellboy— $3.9 million




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