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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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Watch Ryan Reynolds continue his Hugh Jackman 'feud' with angry birthday message

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 17:53

  Ryan Reynolds sent Hugh Jackman an angry birthday message over the weekend as their ‘feud’ continued — watch the Deadpool actor’s video greeting below. Although both Marvel actors are actually friends, they’ve poked fun at each other in interviews, on stage and on social media in the past few years. For example, Reynolds surprised Jackman at a press junket for the latter’s film Eddie The Eagle in 2016 and made fun of his acting career. Reynolds kept up the joke on Sunday (October 13) by wishing Jackman happy birthday on Instagram. The message, though, came as a pointed response to Jackman recently telling the audience at one of his ‘The Man. The Music. The Show’ gigs “let’s see Ryan Reynolds do that” after finishing one of his songs.       View this post on Instagram At first I thought – Ugh, now I have to actually apologize. But then … A post shared by Hugh Jackman (@thehughjackman) on Oct 12, 2019 at 7:07pm PDT In the clip which you can see above, Reynolds says that he’d been meaning to wish Jackman happy birthday but “then I saw what you said [at the show]. In a word? Hurtful. Enjoy the show, Hugh Jackman.” Reynolds then dramatically performs the happy birthday song before yelling: “AND I’M NOT EVEN FUCKING PROFESSIONAL TRAINED JACKMAN, YOU PIECE OF SHIT!” before flipping his middle finger at the camera.  Last November, Jackman kept up the ‘feud’ by publicly denouncing Reynolds’ idea of a Deadpool and Wolverine crossover film. The post Watch Ryan Reynolds continue his Hugh Jackman 'feud' with angry birthday message appeared first on NME.

Aaron Paul and Vince Gilligan reveal two alternate endings to 'El Camino'

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 17:39

  Aaron Paul and Vince Gilligan have lifted the lid on two alternate endings to the new Breaking Bad movie El Camino which didn’t make the final cut. The Netflix film was released last Friday (October 11), depicting what happened to Jesse Pinkman (played by Paul) immediately after the events of the Breaking Bad finale. Spoilers for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie are posted below El Camino concludes with Jesse successfully making it to Alaska thanks to the efforts of people smuggler Ed Galbraith (played by the late Robert Forster), with the final shot showing the character smiling as he drives forth to start his new life after assuming a fresh identity. Paul and Breaking Bad creator Gilligan — who wrote and directed El Camino — have now revealed two alternate endings to the movie. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Gilligan explained that one idea he had for the film’s conclusion saw Jesse winding up in police custody after meeting “a young woman who needed some help” by the Canadian border. “Jesse goes into the process of saving her, knowing full well that he’s going to suffer for it, he’s going to get caught for it, but he does it anyway,” Gilligan said. “And the last scene would be maybe him in a jail cell but at peace for the first time since the movie began. I think there was going to be this component where he couldn’t sleep. He wouldn’t get a single night sleep for a week or so upon escaping. The police are looking for him and he’s too haunted and he’s too adrenaline-charged. “And at the end of the thing, he’s in a jail cell, and ironically he can fall asleep like a baby. And I thought, ‘Ah, that’d be kind of cool.’” Aaron Paul as Jesse in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Gilligan didn’t get too far with that idea, though, as he said when he pitched it to various people — including Breaking Bad‘s executive producer Peter Gould, the writers and his girlfriend — “everybody looked at me like I was absolutely insane”. “‘You can’t have Jesse back in a cell at the end of the movie! People will tar and feather you!’ I’m glad I listened to them. I think there is a version of that movie that if perfectly executed would work, but I don’t know that I was the guy to pull it off. I’m glad I wound up doing it the way I did it.” Paul, who said that Gilligan never shared that idea for the ending with him, also spoke about another idea for the ending which would involve Jesse reciting his letter to Brock, the young son of his slain ex-girlfriend Andrea. “That letter to Brock was the very first thing that Vince wrote when writing this script,” Paul said. “Once he completed that letter, he started the script. Originally the voiceover of that letter was how the movie ended — just driving through Alaska and you could hear what was inside of that letter…. It’s heartbreaking, it’s beautiful, just honest. “But Vince just thought, ‘You know what? Maybe it’s best left unknown.’ And we don’t need it. He was right. But I love knowing what was in the letter.”  Elsewhere in the EW interview, Paul confirmed that he’d be up for playing Jesse in a future episode of the Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul. The post Aaron Paul and Vince Gilligan reveal two alternate endings to 'El Camino' appeared first on NME.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel hits the long, bumpy road to stardom in season 3 trailer

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 17:32

Susie cautions Midge in the glitzy first trailer for season 3 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. After the second season ended with her accepting an offer from Shy Baldwin to hit the road as his opening act, Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) and her trusty manager (Alex Borstein) hit the road together. And in the new trailer, we see the duo coping with the ups and downs of life on tour. There are airplane rides, fans begging for autographs, USO dancing girls, yachts, film sets, costumes, flashing lights, courtrooms, conga lines, and for Susie, networking. Lots of networking. We also learn the difference between a prostitute and a comedian (one gets paid more)! Newcomer to the series Sterling K. Brown makes an appearance here as well. While we don’t know much about Brown’s role in the season, he’s been vocal about his excitement for joining the award-winning comedy. Back in April, he announced his casting by saying, “The Palladinos were kind enough to write a little something for your boy, and I said yes … I’m getting together with Midge and it’s going to be awesome.” (The Palladinos being Maisel creators Dan Palladino and Amy Sherman-Palladino.) And eagle-eyed Gilmore Girls fans will spot Liza Weil — who played Paris Geller on the beloved series — in a first look at her still-mysterious Maisel role. The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning Amazon series will return later this year, and it won’t just be Midge who’s embarking on a new adventure. In the season 2 finale, Susie was offered a new gig, managing superstar comedian (and one-time Midge adversary) Sophie Lennon (Jane Lynch) — an opportunity that’s bound to be as challenging as it is lucrative. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel seasons 3 hits Amazon Dec. 6, 2019. This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown joins The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 3 Revlon just launched two Mrs. Maisel-inspired lipstick sets The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 1 recaps

Watch Robert Downey Jr. talk to animals in first Dolittle trailer

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 17:26

The former Marvel star is taking on a new role with the upcoming vivid reimagining of Dr. Dolittle, the classic tale of the man who could talk to animals, with Dolittle. And you can get your first look at the epic adventure with the first trailer featuring a star-studded lineup of voice actors bringing all of Dr. John Dolittle’s (Downey) animal friends to life. Previously titled The Voyage of Dr. Dolittle and adapted from Hugh Lofting’s 1920s children’s book, the big-budget film picks up seven years after Dolittle’s wife’s death, when the eccentric and famed doctor and veterinarian of Queen Victoria’s England hermits himself away behind the high walls of Dolittle Manor with only his menagerie of exotic animals for company. But when the young queen (Jessie Buckley) falls gravely ill, a reluctant Dolittle is forced to set sail on an epic adventure to a mythical island in search of a cure, regaining his wit and courage as he crosses old adversaries and discovers wondrous creatures. Dolittle also stars Harry Collett as Dolittle’s young, self-appointed apprentice who joins the doctor on his quest. But it’s the voice cast who bring the film to life as the raucous coterie of Dolittle’s animal friends, including Rami Malek as anxious gorilla Chee-Chee, Octavia Spencer as enthusiastic but bird-brained duck Dab-Dab, Kumail Nanjiani as cynical ostrich Plimpton who constantly bickers with John Cena‘s upbeat polar bear Yoshi, Emma Thompson as headstrong parrot Polynesia who serves as Dolittle’s most trusted advisor and confidante, Selena Gomez as a giraffe named Betsy, Ralph Fiennes as a tiger named Barry, Craig Robinson as a mouse named Fleming, Carmen Ejogo as a lioness named Regine, Marion Cotillard as a fox named Tutu, Downey’s former MCU costar Tom Holland as a dog named Jip, and Frances de la Tour as a Ginko-Who-Soars. Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen, and Jim Broadbent also appear in the film. With Dolittle, Downey is now the third actor to play the iconic doctor on the big screen. Previously the role was inhabited by Rex Harrison in 1967’s Doctor Dolittle and Eddie Murphy in a 1998 reboot. When EW spoke to Downey last year about shooting Dolittle, and he teased that he’s “having a good time, though I decided to give myself, like, 40 additional challenges, like a Welsh accent — which even Welsh people say is hard to do.” Directed by Stephen Gaghan, produced by Joe Roth, Jeff Kirschenbaum, and Susan Downey, Dolittle was initially slated for an April 2019 release but has since been pushed to Jan. 17, 2020. Robert Downey Jr. unveils Dolittle voice cast Tom Holland reunites with Robert Downey Jr. in pics while Spider-Man’s MCU fate was in flux

The Great British Baking Show recap: Everybody shut up!

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 17:20

This week on The Great British Baking Show, the bakers are tackling “festivals,” a theme I’m hoping will reveal itself to be at least mildly interesting as the episode plays out. Festival food, to me, usually means something on the spectrum between a town’s best food trucks (one barbecue, one vegan, one with instagramable ice cream, one with a food item 200% its normal size) and that one tent shilling gigantic sausage and peppers sandwiches between the Dad Humor T-shirt tent and the Learn More About Pet Adoption tent. But I’ll be happy to be wrong here because last week’s episode did so much to set the ship straight and it would be a real shame to lose that momentum. We said a long-overdue later, gator to Priya and crowned Steph Star Baker for a third week in a row. Luckily, it’s Festival week, so it’s just a flower crown, which will hopefully relieve some of the weight she’s starting to feel. Alice was very close on Steph’s tail last week, but will she have what it takes to snatch the daisy chain from Steph’s fringe thus ending her magnificent winning streak? Will our bakers be forced to deep fry something on a stick? Will anyone take club drugs and spend an entire challenge trying to find the water bottle tent? Let’s find out… Signature Challenge: Festival Buns 24 yeasted festival buns Turns out you can just put the word Festival in front of any baked good and call that a theme. Okay, sure, let’s do this. Steph is making classic Easter hot cross buns filled with cranberries and sultanas. Prue loves the balance of flavors. Paul calls the texture “perfect” and extends his hand for a shake, the absolute least he could do for our three-time winner. Alice is also making hot cross buns, but with a twist. She’s filling her buns with fresh and freeze-dried blueberries and topping them with a lemon curd glaze. Alice also had to mark 150 papers and write 150 reports this week so she’s either riding so high on adrenaline that she’ll be unstoppable or we need to keep a close eye on her potential collapse from exhaustion. I was preparing myself for some slanderous remarks from Prue on the topic of blueberries but none arrive. In the end, Paul and Prue point out that the buns vary in size and color and Prue suggests that Alice’s candied lemon peel could have been candied for a bit longer. Michael’s vertical stripe shirt of the week is an assortment of rainbow colors on a white field. Michael’s buns are honoring the last two occasions on which most people attend church anymore, Easter and Christmas. His hot cross buns are flavored with lemon and orange zest and chock-full of brandy-soaked dried fruit and decorated with marzipan holly berries. Paul and Prue love the flavors but offer a sad knowing smile in regards to the uneven sizes and messy results. David is pulling inspiration yet again from his family ties to Bulgaria with his Kozunak, a traditional Bulgarian Easter bread. It is flavored with malt powder, filled with raisins, and topped with flaked almonds. Paul points out that they may have been a little too long in the oven but everything else about the bun gets high marks. Rosie’s Finnish Mardi Gras buns will be filled with raspberry jam and namelaka and decorated to look like proud peacocks. The judges are very impressed with the avian design and Prue really enjoys the light airy texture. Should You Make This At Home? Yes, it seems there is a bun for every holiday so, why not? Technical Challenge: Sicilian Casatelli 12 pastry crescents filled with smooth and creamy ricotta flavored with chocolate and orange and fried until crispy and golden These Italian Carnevale treats look like the refined third cousin of the American fair food classic, the fried ravioli. While ours is savory and dipped in marinara, theirs is sweet and dusted with icing sugar. The bakers all get very weirded out by the process of pushing the ricotta through the sieve, a step that ensures a smooth and creamy cheese filling. The pasta machines also prove to be a bit challenging for some. Rosie, David, and Michael are clearly experienced with the incremental rolling out process, but Henry, Steph, and Alice struggle a bit. Once in the frier, Alice’s and Michael’s pastries lose their seal completely and open right up. Henry’s split open a little, Steph’s is worried about a lack of uniformity, and Rosie’s deems hers “Ok”. David maintains a consistently eerie calm confidence. Alice’s too-thick pastry and split seams earn her sixth and last place. Michael’s exploded pastries come in fifth. David’s tactic of drawing on his experience with filled ravioli land him in second place and after a string of consistent fifth-place finishes, Rosie’s perfectly filled, sealed, and fried pastries put her in the top spot. Should you make this at home? Deep frying anything at home can be daunting, but rolling, filling, and frying these cuties would make a super fun group project for you and some mates. Show Stopper Challenge: Kek Lapis Sarawak A colorful cake originating from the Sarawak region of Malaysia and often used in religious and cultural celebrations. The cake should be grilled under the broiler and display even and precise layers arranged in intricate patterns. As an homage to her hometown carnival, Alice is crafting a chocolate, orange, and salted caramel kaleidoscope cake. The cake will be decorated with colorful sugar fireworks and chocolate marzipan stars. Henry is making a yellow and green layered lemon and lime cake filled with raspberry and mint jam and topped with raspberries. Michael’s Jamaican flag-inspired cake is flavored with spiced rum and ginger, layered with rum and lime marzipan, and topped with a royal icing swirl pattern. Steph is honoring her Step-Gran with an orange liqueur syrup that will weld together her red, yellow, and green chai and orange spiced layers, which will then be decorated with marzipan roses and piped royal icing. In keeping with her avian theme for the week, Rosie is making a lemon and mixed spice sponge layered with nectarine jam and topped with piped royal icing and blown sugar glass birds. After one whole successful cake, Rosie scorches the bright pink first layer of her second. She appears genuinely perplexed and disappointed as it was only under the broiler for two minutes. My best-educated guess is that having the broiler on for so long made the oven way hotter than she was accounting for. At the judging, Paul and Prue like Steph’s cake just fine despite some gapping between the layers. Paul likes the flavors of the sponges and Prue calls the marzipan “brilliant”. Rosie’s attempt at a triangular pattern rendered the cake “messy” which isn’t helped by the fact that Paul can’t recognize the nectarine flavor. Paul and Prue find Henry’s cake very impressive, noting, in particular, the perfect texture. Michael’s layers lack definition and Paul calls it “ very claggy”, “very stodgy”, and “rubbery”. The rum drizzle caused the layers to run together. Paul describes Alice’s cake as “extremely neat”, remarking particularly on her beautifully layered patterns, lovely painting, and sparkling sugar work fireworks. Paul and Prue love the almond flavor and nice texture and Prue says is “really works”. After having to toss half of his cake in the bin, Paul and Prue notice that David’s cake is rather small. However, his nice layer definition and “neat” presentation are not enough to make up for a lack of sweetness and rubbery texture. I’ve said it for weeks but I’ll say it again, this man is style over substance at every step and it will one day be his downfall. Should you make this at home? Sure, if you feel like it, but please do manage your expectations. Off-camera, Steph breathes a sigh of relief as this week’s Star Baker is awarded to Henry. Henry kicked off the weekend with handshake worthy Swedish buns, move on to some very passable casatelli, wrapped it all up with a perfectly layered cake, and wowed at every turn with his consistently smart sporting of a necktie. Henry has really grown in confidence since week one and his comfort in the tent is really showing as he’s been turning out better and better bakes each week. This late-blooming surge of talent makes him a dark horse to keep an eye out for in the run-up to the final. Going home this week is Michael, who’s dedication to the stripy tee lifestyle was not enough to carry him through a very tough stripy cake show stopper. Michael first struggled with uneven buns in the signature, then after a bottom half finish in the technical, found the end of the very colorful line with a claggy and undistinguished cake. In his memory, I suggest we all find the time this week to take a very difficult spin class with all of the lights on. The Great British Baking Show recap: Double, double, toil and trouble The Great British Baking Show recap: Dear Dairy… Hide your soggy bottoms! Great British Baking Show gets season 10 teaser trailer

Tim Robbins reflects on the enduring legacy of The Shawshank Redemption, 25 years later

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 17:18

Those two and a half decades have been kind to the movie, which was a box office disappointment during its initial run in the fall of 1994, earning just over $16 million. But thanks in large part to repeat showings on television and a strong push on rentals, the film slowly achieved cult classic status, as evidenced by its No. 1 ranking on IMDB’s user list of the most popular films of all time. Based on Stephen King’s novella Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, the film follows Robbins’ Andy Dufresne, a banker who is wrongly imprisoned for the murder of his wife and her lover, as he strikes up a lifelong friendship with Morgan Freeman’s Red, who is serving a life sentence. Ahead of the 25th anniversary of the film’s wide release on Oct. 14, Robbins talked to EW about what it’s like to be part of such a beloved film, the weirdest ways people have messed up its name over the years, and why he thinks the movie’s themes still resonate with viewers. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: When you hear that this film is still the No. 1 most popular film of all time on IMDB, what comes to mind? ROBBINS: It’s really been a great blessing. When you’re in a film that is the most popular film of all time, you can scratch that one off the bucket list. For perspective, when you’re in this industry, oftentimes people are in a constant quest to outdo themselves. If your new film doesn’t outperform your last film, you’re on your way out. And I’ve never really bought into that philosophy because the kinds of films that I participated in, I was looking at whether they were going to last rather than whether they were going to make a brief splash. And I think the testament of a great film is that it still resonates with people years and years after it was made. And so to be part of a film like that is such an honor. Why do you think it’s resonated with audiences so much? I’ve thought various things over the years, and I think they’re all valid. One is that there are very, very few films that are about the relationship, the friendship between two men that doesn’t involve car chases or being charming with the ladies and those kinds of buddy movies. This one is about a true, deep friendship that lasts. And part of me thinks that people want or need that kind of story to be told. But in the larger picture, I think it’s a film that is about hope, and about transcending whatever challenges or obstacles are in your life to become a better person. To overcome those obstacles and know that somewhere, if you have patience, and a belief, and you live your life with generosity, that there might be a spot on the beach in Zihuatanejo [Mexico, where Andy and Red meet up at the end of the film] for all of us. We all have various things that imprison us in our lives. Sometimes it’s a job you hate but you have to go to. Sometimes it’s a relationship that you’re trying to make work that is hurting you in some way. Sometimes it’s the circumstances you’re born into. Overcoming trauma, overcoming past traumatic experiences, all of these things are things that factor into what eventually is a lack of freedom in our own lives. And something about that film talks about freedom as being something that is inside of us, and that with the proper approach to life, regardless of your circumstances, freedom is possible. And I think that is another theme that’s deeply resonant with audiences. Since you’ve had 25 years to digest this film, is there anything about it that you look at now and wish you had done differently? I usually would say, yes, with most films. But no, not with this one. I think we all understood going into it that the script was very special, and that this story was very special. And we were in a creative environment where we had a passionate connection to what the roadmap was, this beautiful script that [director] Frank Darabont had written. And I think a lot of us felt our job was to not get in the way of the script. Our obligation was to find the truth of that script. So everyone, every actor, every crew member, had similar connections to the material. Cinematographer Roger Deakins was really instrumental in realizing the scope of the film. And I remember Morgan and I would often speak about the scenes we were going to do, and holding on to what truth it inspired in us and fighting for that on the set. Your new documentary 45 Seconds of Laughter documents the work of the Actors’ Gang Prison Project, which is something you’re heavily involved in. Did your work on Shawshank influence your interest in helping incarcerated men and women, or how did that come about for you? Well, a number of things. First of all, you have to go back to childhood, when I was growing up in New York City. I saw friends of mine that I used to hang with and that I grew up with enter into the system, that got arrested and put in jail. So I never felt that far removed from the people that we were incarcerating. Then you add into that what happened with the criminalization of marijuana in the ’60s and ’70s, and the ever-increasing prison population, mostly people of color, for nonviolent crimes like drug possession. Being someone that was a pot smoker, again, I didn’t feel that far removed from people that had fallen into the system. I didn’t view it as them and us, I viewed it as I’m incredibly fortunate in this society to have not fallen into that system. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. The Shawshank Redemption is returning to theaters for its 25th anniversary The 10 best Stephen King movies Morgan Freeman performs Shawshank-style voice-over of Graham Norton Show

BTS to broadcast one of their concerts at Seoul's Olympic Stadium live in cinemas

Tuesday, 15 October 2019 17:08

  K-pop sensations BTS will broadcast one of their upcoming stadium shows in Seoul, South Korea live in cinemas in select countries. The concert film has been titled Love Yourself: Speak Yourself [The Final]. BTS’ October 27 concert at Seoul’s Olympic Stadium – one of three ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ shows at the venue – will be broadcast simultaneously in cinemas across several Asian countries, including Singapore, Thailand and Japan. It will also be screened across the United States, but at a delayed timing due to time differences. Tickets for the one-night-only events are available here. “This momentous event will unite fans around the globe in celebrating the group’s most loved hits and unprecedented international fame,” distributor Fathom Events said in a press release. Watch the film’s teaser below. Earlier this year, Fathom and BTS launched Love Yourself in Seoul, a concert film of the boyband’s 2018 ‘Love Yourself’ world tour, in cinemas around the globe. The movie grossed over $11 million and broke the record for “biggest worldwide one-day box office ever for a cinema event,” according to Forbes. Love Yourself: Speak Yourself [The Final] is the latest concert film from the septet, following August’s Bring the Soul: The Movie. Unlike the upcoming concert film, Bring the Soul: The Movie combined live performances, interviews and candid footage of the group.  BTS recently returned from a well-earned “extended period of rest,” putting to rest rumours that the boyband was breaking up. During their break, member J-Hope teamed up with Latin pop singer Becky G on the song ‘Chicken Noodle Soup.’ Last week, BTS performed a controversial concert in Saudi Arabia. The boyband defended their decision to perform in the country in an earlier interview, with member Jimin explaining, “To put it simply, if there’s a place where people want to see us, we’ll go there. That’s really how we feel.” The post BTS to broadcast one of their concerts at Seoul's Olympic Stadium live in cinemas appeared first on NME.

Coldplay rumoured to be releasing "experimental" new album next month

Monday, 14 October 2019 17:10

  Coldplay are rumored to be releasing a surprise new album of more “experimental” material next month – before another album follows in 2020. The band, who haven’t released an album since 2015’s acclaimed ‘A Head Full Of Dreams‘, were believed to be dropping a new record in 2019 after friend, director and collaborator Mat Whitecross previously told NME that they were due to regroup and that things could take a “surprising turn“. Now, a source has told The Daily Star that the band are set to follow a similar pattern to the release of ‘Ghost Stories’ before ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ and drop a more “arty” album shortly before a more “mainstream” album next year. “The first album is the more experimental side of Coldplay, they probably won’t tour until 2020 when the next one arrives,” the source said. Read more: Rows, rucks and revelations: what we learned from Coldplay’s ‘Head Full of Dreams’ film NME has contacted a Coldplay spokesperson for comment. Coldplay, live Speaking to NME about Coldplay’s new material, Whitecross said: “I’ve heard a few things and filmed a few bits of them talking about it, but I don’t think I’m allowed to share anything. It’s interesting. “They’ve been such a successful band that the narrative that gets portrayed of them in the press is ‘Oh, they must be very middle of the road. Whether you love the band or not, each album is an experimentation and markedly different from the last one. Just like a band like Radiohead. They haven’t written a ‘Kid A’ yet where their entire fanbase goes ‘What the fuck is this?’, but I feel like if you play the first one then the most recent, it’s not a foregone conclusion. They always want to be challenging themselves and surprising other people – that’s why they work with people like Brian Eno. In that sense, I’m sure whatever they do next will surprise people.” Read more: Mat Whitecross discusses his lifelong friendship with Coldplay Whitecross added: “After every album, they just feel so spent. Chris always feels like ‘Oh, we’re done now. As a band we don’t have anything else left to say’. Gradually, it all rekindles and they start to get excited about what’s happening next.”  Meanwhile, with Coldplay confirmed to perform alongside Metallica and Billie Eilish for a ‘Live Aid’ style charity gig to fight world poverty next month, the band are also among those rumoured for the Glastonbury 2020 line-up. The post Coldplay rumoured to be releasing "experimental" new album next month appeared first on NME.

'Gilmore Girls' star Liza Weil pops up in the new season 3 trailer for 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' - watch

Monday, 14 October 2019 16:59

  A trailer has been released for the upcoming third series of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – watch it below. The new teaser for the series features an appearance from Gilmore Girls star Liza Weil, who was confirmed to be appearing in the new series earlier this summer. Read more: Did you spot this heartwarming ‘Gilmore Girls’ Easter egg in ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’? The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel returns to Amazon Prime Video on December 6, and the new trailer is soundtracked by an original version of Cabaret song ‘Perfectly Marvelous’, recorded by Sutton Foster. Watch it below. This isn’t the first time the worlds of Maisel and Gilmore Girls have intertwined, what with Amy Sherman-Palladino as the brains behind both shows. At the end of 2017, a heartwarming Gilmore Girls easter egg appeared in an episode of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel picked up no less than 20 Emmy nominations earlier this year, including Best Comedy Series, after taking home five Emmys last year.  Maisel is set to be joined on Amazon Prime Video soon by Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who signed a three-year overall deal with Amazon Studios last month. Deadline reports that the agreement is “believed to be among the biggest for a female creator,” with industry speculation estimating the deal “to be in the mid-eight-figure range.” The post 'Gilmore Girls' star Liza Weil pops up in the new season 3 trailer for 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' - watch appeared first on NME.

Tom Holland reveals 'Spider-Man' MCU split was "most stressful time" of his life

Monday, 14 October 2019 16:56

  Tom Holland has discussed how Spider-Man‘s split from the Marvel Cinematic Universe was the “most stressful week” of his life. It seemed like the franchise was reportedly leaving Marvel back in August, after Disney and Sony failed to come to an agreement. Read more: Marvel Cinematic Universe phase four: everything we know so far It has since been revealed that Spider-Man is set to return to the MCU after Marvel and Sony struck a new deal, but the whole saga still appears to have taken its hole on Holland, star of Spider-Man: Far From Home. The comments came while speaking on a panel with Far From Home co-star Jake Gyllenhaal as part of the ACE Comic Con Midwest. Actor Tom Holland attends the press conference for ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Seoul premiere on July 01, 2019 in Seoul, South Korea Holland was speaking about his performance of Rihanna‘s ‘Umbrella’ as part of Lip Sync Battle, and called it the “most stressful week” of his life. However, he then changed his mind on the topic, and began speaking of the Spider-Man MCU split. “Well… maybe the whole Disney/Sony thing when that happened,” he said. “That was a bit of a stressful week. He continued: “I’m sure there’s some contractual obliged thing where I can’t say anything about anything, so I’m just going to keep my mouth shut.”  The news of Spider-Man re-entering the MCU came only weeks after Sony boss Tony Vinciquerra said that “the door is closed” with regards to Spider-Man and Marvel having a potential future together. The post Tom Holland reveals 'Spider-Man' MCU split was "most stressful time" of his life appeared first on NME.




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