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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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The Sandlot Turns 25 and Is Back in Theaters — Where's the Cast Now?

Thursday, 19 July 2018 18:15

It’s hard to believe that the beloved coming-of-age baseball classic is two and a half decades old, but to celebrate the occasion, the film is coming back to select theaters and PEOPLE sat down with the cast to reminisce about making the film and what the former child actors are up to now. Tom Guiry (Scotty Smalls) Guiry, 36, made his big screen debut as the film’s greenest ball player, Scotty Smalls. He’s had small roles in TV and film (like: Lassie, Black Hawk Down, Mystic River, and The Revenant) and currently resides in Trenton, NJ where he balances work and family and acting when he can. “I have three kids and I work overnight at a Whole Foods,” Guiry tells PEOPLE. “If I’m lucky enough to act I still act.” Mike Vitar (Benny Rodriguez) Vitar, 39, played the film’s super slugger, Benny ‘The Jet’ Rodriguez, and continued acting for several years. After Sandlot, Vitar appeared in the two Mighty Ducks sequels, (D2: The Mighty Ducks and D3: The Mighty Ducks) and his final role in a 1997 episode of Chicago Hope inspired him to become a firefighter in Los Angeles. Patrick Renna (Hamilton ‘Ham’ Porter) Although his wisecracking Ham was Renna’s first major movie role, the actor, 39, has worked steadily since Sandlot‘s 1993 premiere, popping up in dozens of TV series and films (CSI, Bones, The Closer). He recently celebrated a happy first — becoming a father. “I’m a new dad,” Renna tells PEOPLE. “I’m a little behind some of these guys [his Sandlot cast mates] but I’m an actor. I’m on Glow, did a couple episodes of the second season. I like to let them get good and jump on the bandwagon,” he jokes. Chauncey Leopardi (Michael ‘Squints’ Palledorous) After his scene-stealing role as sneaky pool lothario Squints, Leopardi, 37, continued acting on TV and in film. He had recurring roles on Freaks and Geeks and Gilmore Girls. These days, he spends most of his time working outside Hollywood. “I have a family as well,” he tells PEOPLE. “I spend most of my time being a dad and a husband, a business owner, just working hard doing my thing.” Marty York (Alan ‘Yeah-Yeah’ McClennon) York, 37, juggles occasional acting gigs (Boy Meets World, Hey Arnold!, The Eric Andre Show) with focus on his fitness. “I personal train on the side and I still do acting,” he says. “I did an episode of the Golden Globe-nominated show Smilf last year.” Brandon Quintin Adams (Kenny DeNunez) Adams, 38, was a prolific child actor well before Sandlot. He appeared in Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker, on A Different World and The Mighty Ducks. He’s still dabbling in acting, branching out into voice acting for a couple video games, but he’s also a family man. In Adams’ words: “I’m still acting and am a Dad forever,” he says. Grant Gelt (Bertram Grover Weeks) Gelt, 38, stepped away from acting in the ’90s and currently lives and works in Nashville, TN. “I do business development and run a creative agency for a tech company,” he says. Victor DeMattia (Timmy Timmons) DeMattia, 37, worked steadily as a child actor and booked small roles in dozens of TV shows (Punky Brewster, Designing Women, Married with Children). He’s still acting and is also trying his hand/voice at podcasting. “I’m still doing some acting, a little bit of writing,” he says. “I do a podcast called Vic in a Box, check it out!” Shane Obedzinski (Tommy ‘Repeat’ Timmons) Before Sandlot, Obedzinski, 35, appeared in the movies My Girl and Matinee, but transitioned away from acting as he got older. He now lives and works in Florida. “I own a restaurant in Tampa, Florida and am trying to do [acting] stuff on the side while I can.” Looking for more Sandlot goods? Watch the video above to hear more from the cast and director David Mickey Evans, who share a little-known story about a key scene that was cut from the original film. Those looking to catch the film again on the big screen can do so via anniversary screenings set by Fathom Events and Twentieth Century Fox, in association with Island World. The Sandlot will be in more than 400 movie theaters on Sunday, July 22 at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., and Tuesday, July 24 at 2 p.m and 7 p.m. (all times local).

A New Stephen King Show Proves His Scariest Villain Has Been There All Along

Thursday, 19 July 2018 17:52

In a franchise-driven market, the ideas, setting and aesthetic dreamed up by one creator can serve as the connective tissue for dozens of sequels and prequels. But Stephen King was in the business of creating his own multiverse long before “cinematic universes” were en vogue. The author set many of his spooky stories in the fictional town of Castle Rock, Maine, which has played host to a murderous mutt (Cujo), a corrupt prison warden (The Shawshank Redemption) and a shop offering Faustian bargains (Needful Things). Now Hulu’s new series Castle Rock, premiering on July 25, draws from King’s extensive body of work to tell an entirely new story. It can’t be easy for a writer to reach into another auteur’s toy box and figure out how to create modern stories with the same old figurines, though it has been done well. In film, Black Panther stood out from the superhero glut with an urgent message of openness and empathy; on television, Fargo found new relevance when it exposed an isolated town filled with decent people to a global world and all its threats. The recent King adaptations (It, 11.22.63, Dark Tower) have mostly worked to capitalize on audience nostalgia. But Castle Rock writers Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason, working with megaproducer J.J. Abrams, make the author’s well-worn tricks feel relevant again. In the opening minutes, a Shawshank warden takes his own life, setting off a search of the prison. Guards find a gaunt young man (It star Bill Skarsgard) locked in a cage. The prisoner will only say the words “Henry Deaver.” Henry (Moonlight’s André Holland) turns out to be a Texas-based death-row attorney who grew up in Castle Rock. He has a mysterious background himself: Henry and his adoptive father disappeared when he was a child. Henry survived; his father did not. Henry has since grown up to be a do-gooder, propelled either by a sense of justified self-righteousness or guilt. He returns to his hometown determined to file a writ of habeas corpus for the mystery man. The audience might cheer for him if only Skarsgard’s character didn’t look like the devil incarnate. All the usual components of a King story are here: religious dogma, abuses of power, creepy kids, psychic abilities. But Castle Rock sets itself apart from the rest of the King-verse, preserved in amber. The long-haunted town has aged, and so have its problems. The few young people left in Castle Rock are either inmates at Shawshank or the opioid-addicted spouses they left behind. The entire economy of the city is built on a private prison system that abuses guards and convicts alike. Townspeople sit outside boarded-up shops and eye Henry, the only black man in Castle Rock, as he walks down the street. They suspect he killed his father–their beliefs informed more by racism than evidence. The town’s residents believe Castle Rock is cursed by the devil. In fact, the evils at work are bigotry, addiction and corruption. Castle Rock’s creators know that the only thing scarier than a monster is the system that created him. That’s a mystery worth solving.

Third Annabelle film to be released next year

Thursday, 19 July 2018 17:49

The new installment in the series about the haunted doll — first featured in Wan’s 2013 supernatural blockbuster The Conjuring — will be released on July 3, 2019. The film will be written and directed by first-time filmmaker Gary Dauberman. Dauberman’s writing credits include 2014’s Annabelle and 2017’s Annabelle: Creation, and It as well as Corin Hardy’s upcoming The Nun (out Sept. 7) and It: Chapter 2. The currently untitled third Annabelle film will be produced by Wan’s Atomic Monster and the Peter Safran Company for New Line and Warner Bros. The movie will tie back directly with the Conjuring series, although the exact logline is currently being kept under wraps.

Better Call Saul full season 4 trailer revealed

Thursday, 19 July 2018 17:46

After teasing us for weeks, AMC has released the first full trailer for Better Call Saul season 4. The promo has Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) scheming to get his license to practice law back while also engaging in some not-so-legal activities in the wake of his brother Chuck’s (Michael McKean) suicide. There are also glimpses of Breaking Bad alums like Lydia Rodarte-Quayle (Laura Fraser), Leonel and Marco Salamanca a.k.a. “The Cousins” (Luis and Daniel Moncada) and of course the return of Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).  

Batman wants to join Team Marvel in Conan O'Brien's Comic-Con parody

Thursday, 19 July 2018 17:41

Conan O’Brien took the Marvel-DC fan feud to new heights in a Comic-Con parody sketch that finds the heroes of both cinematic worlds stuck in the same cafeteria together. With the host of Conan cosplaying as a Batman who yearns for a spot on the Avengers team, the sketch kicked off O’Brien’s residency at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. At the DC table, Workaholics‘ Blake Anderson became Aquaman, You’re the Worst‘s Chris Geere played Superman, and Andy Richter played Robin, Boy Wonder. At the Marvel table, Bob’s Burgers‘ Rob Huebel was Iron Man, Keanu‘s Keegan-Michael Key was Black Panther, Anchorman‘s David Koechner was Thor, and Another Period‘s Riki Lindhome was Black Widow. Both sides fired shots at each other, but it was mostly Marvel dumping on DC. “Come on, guys. DC, Marvel, what’s the difference?” Batman says. “Have you checked the box office lately, Bruce Lame,” Black Panther, the star of a billion dollar-busting movie, quipped. They also spoofed how DC movies tend to be “sad and tortured and always soaked in the rain” (“Is Gotham City in Seattle?”), how “everyone knows” Batman’s origin story, and how there’s a lack of female superheroes in movies. Black Widow knocks out Batman with her signature leg-lock takedown after the Caped Crusader implied women can’t be fighters. Richter’s Robin got in a few jabs at Marvel, too. He popped in to mock Thor’s “Medieval Times” look, Black Widow’s “S&M spin class” costume, “richy rich” Iron Man’s “iPhone case” armor, and Black Panther’s “kitty cat suit.” “The Fantastic Four sucked,” Robin said as he walked off, even though Iron Man was quick to point out that the Fox movie wasn’t a part of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Bruce Springsteen Joins Billy Joel as Piano Man Plays 100th Show at Madison Square Garden

Thursday, 19 July 2018 17:17

Nearly 40 years after he made his debut there, Billy Joel took to the stage at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night for his record 100th show — a feat that earned him a spot in the history books as the artist with the most lifetime performances at the famed New York City venue. It was a magical evening that was made only sweeter by the presence of Joel’s longtime friend Bruce Springsteen, who surprised audiences more than halfway through the 2-hour-plus concert by taking the stage for two spirited performances. “We go back a long way,” Joel, 69, explained while introducing Springsteen, 68 — listing off the Oscar winner, Grammy winner, and Tony winner’s accomplishments. Emerging from the back of the stage dressed in a black shirt and tight jeans, Springsteen was met with chants of “Bruce” from the enthusiastic crowd. He hugged Joel and congratulated his friend on his 100th show accomplishment before leading the band in a rendition of his 1975 classic “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out.” He even jumped onto Joel’s piano, spinning around on it as it slowly rotated to give the stadium a peek at the action. Later, Springsteen strapped on his guitar to sing 1975’s “Born to Run,” trading verses with Joel on the piano. He ended his set by hugging Joel and kissing him on the forehead before disappearing into the night. Springsteen wasn’t the only special guest in the house on Wednesday night. Joel’s daughter Della Rose, who turns 3 on Aug. 12, joined her dad shortly after his opening number. Dressed in a white dress with a tulle skirt and denim jacket, the tiny tot sat on her dad’s lap as a sea of creatives from Joel’s long career took the stage to be honored. Joel later played her favorite song, “Don’t Ask Me Why,” dedicating the track to her. Wife Alexis was there too, standing by her husband and daughter’s side as a banner celebrating Joel’s 100th performance at The Garden rose to the ceiling. Earlier in the day, Governor Andrew Cuomo proclaimed July 18, 2018, as “Billy Joel Day” — his piano going on display in the front of the venue. “Pretty crazy,” Joel told the crowd early on in the show, reflecting on his achievement. “This is beyond my wildest expectations. This is wacked!” “It’s such a strange concept to me,” he later added before singing 1986’s “This Is the Time,” a special song he chose to mark the occasion. “I’ve done 100 shows at Madison Square Garden. Maybe it’ll hit me later…” Joel played a 20-song set and a four-song encore, stacked with hits from his prolific and illustrious 20-year career. The Long Island native’s music runs through the veins of those raised in the TriState area. Songs like “Big Shot,” “Movin’ Out,” “Only the Good Die Young,” “Scenes from an Italian Restaurant,” “Still Rock and Roll to Me,” “Uptown Girl,” “New York State of Mind,” “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” and of course, “Piano Man” had the crowd on their feet all night long — many singing along with Joel to every lyric. They’re just some of the 33 Top 40 hits Joel had as a recording artist, all of which he wrote and three of which landed at No. 1 on the Billboard charts. The 23-time Grammy winner has sold over 150 million records worldwide, including 1985’s Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & 2 — which falls behind Michael Jackson’s Thriller and The Eagles Greatest Hits has the best-selling album in history. Among his many accolades, Joel’s a member of the Rock and Roll hall of Fame, a Kennedy Center honoree, and a winner of The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. RELATED VIDEO: Billy Joel Welcomes Third Daughter Remy Anne: See the First Photo! Since 2014, he’s played a sold-out monthly residency at The Garden — the first (and only) arena-sized residency in music history. His first show at there was on Dec. 14, 1978. “That was a milestone,” Joel remembered in an interview with Newsday. “If someone would have projected that I would do 100 shows there, I would have laughed at them. I’d say, ‘You’re being ridiculous.’ ” “The audiences are great,” he added. “The venue is great. It’s a world-class venue. To have a residency there is a dream already. I never imagined that anyone could have a residency at The Garden. We’re a franchise. We’re like a sports team. The whole thing has just been one crazy, exhilarating night after another.” Tickets for Billy Joel at The Garden can be purchased here.

London Erects Giant Shirtless Jeff Goldblum Statue for Jurassic Park's 25th Anniversary

Wednesday, 18 July 2018 17:26

Now TV installed a huge statue of Jeff Goldblum in a familiar pose right in front of the Tower Bridge to commemorate that Jurassic Park came out 25 years ago. The statue depicts Goldblum as Dr. Ian Malcolm in his most famous position — shirtless and reclining. CNET notes that the 331-pound statue is 9.8 feet high and almost 23 feet long and took 250 hours to create over six weeks. Goldblum has commented on the appeal of the scene in the past. In a TODAY segment, when asked if he would recreate the scene in this year’s Jurassic World, he replied, “Yes, if anybody asks, I disrobe at the drop of a hat.” During a panel discussion of the movie, as USA TODAY reported, Goldblum tried to recall what led to his iconic look. “I don’t have any memory of how—I don’t think it was in the script that I was shirtless,” Goldblum commented. “I swear, I don’t remember a conversation. Did I say, ‘Hey Steven [Spielberg], can I take my shirt off?’ What happened?” The Internet has had a heyday with Goldblum’s posture in that scene. Just a few days ago, a fan tweeted a picture of an animal in the same position as Goldblum. “When your sister tells you she saw [Jeff Goldblum] at the zoo and then sends you a picture…. Done got me all excited,” the fan wrote. In 2014, Goldblum paid homage to the classic film at a friend’s wedding, where he posed for a photograph in which he runs from a dinosaur. Last year, Goldblum welcomed son River Joe with wife Emilie Livingston. The couple also has three-year-old son Charlie Ocean. The question remains whether River and Charlie have seen their father’s 25-year-old film—and whether a trip to London may be in order.

The Dark Knight celebrates 10th anniversary with return to IMAX theaters

Wednesday, 18 July 2018 17:20

In celebration of the Christopher Nolan-directed blockbuster’s 10th anniversary, Warner Bros. Pictures is bringing the Oscar-winning film back to four select IMAX locations for one week beginning Aug. 24. Nolan famously shot several of the film’s iconic sequences with what at the time was groundbreaking IMAX technology. In fact, The Dark Knight was first major feature film to use IMAX 70mm film. The film, starring Christian Bale as Batman and Heath Ledger as the Joker, was the top grossing movie of 2008, according to Box Office Mojo. It was also nominated for eight Oscars, winning two: best supporting actor for Ledger and best sound editing. (Ledger is the only person to receive the award posthumously). The Dark Knight was the middle film of Nolan’s Batman trilogy, taking place after the events of Batman Begins (2005), and before the final film in the series, The Dark Knight Rises (2012). Meanwhile, Nolan has continued using IMAX cameras to stunning effect in subsequent films like The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar (2014), and Dunkirk (2017). Tickets for the opening day go on sale this Friday, with showtimes only announced for Aug. 24. Theaters will list additional showtimes for subsequent dates closer to release. The Dark Knight will be playing for one screening a day at the following theaters: AMC Universal Citywalk IMAX, Universal City AMC Lincoln Square IMAX, New York City AMC Metreon IMAX, San Francisco Ontario Place Cinesphere IMAX, Toronto The film also stars Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Aaron Eckhart, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Morgan Freeman. The screenplay was written by Jonathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan, from a story by Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer.

Jennifer Lopez Gets Close to Milo Ventimiglia in Second Act — 'I Love This Is Us!'

Wednesday, 18 July 2018 17:17

Her Second Act character, Queens resident Maya Vargas, has worked at big-box store The Value Shop for 15 years, so when she gets passed over for a well-deserved promotion in favor of a candidate with a college degree, she decides it’s time for the next step. “She takes the opportunity to prove that street smarts can sometimes be more valuable than book smarts,” Lopez, 48, tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue. Maya has her heart set on succeeding in the corporate world with the support of her best friend Joan (Lopez’s real-life BFF Leah Remini). “We have an ease and natural chemistry that I think is reflected on screen,” the actress-singer says of Remini. “During filming, we’d try different things in different takes to make each other laugh, or push each other further. I’d go, ‘Do that thing you do,’ and then we’d just start riffing. We’d be totally off script, and having a ball.” Viewers will also meet Maya’s boyfriend Trey, played by This is Us star Milo Ventimiglia. “I’m a huge fan of This is Us,” Lopez admits. “He brings such depth to everything he does, and he was our first and only choice for Trey. I loved every second working with him. Besides being an incredible actor, he’s a great person.” RELATED VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez Opens Up About Juggling Work and Motherhood Lopez hopes that after seeing Second Act and witnessing Maya’s journey, fans will feel empowered. “It is a comedy for anyone who dreams big and asks, why not me?” she says. For more on Jennifer Lopez, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on stands Friday Second Act, also starring Vanessa Hudgens and Treat Williams, hits theaters on Nov. 21.

J.J. Abrams' Overlord trailer brings a World War II-set mystery box of horrors

Wednesday, 18 July 2018 17:13

Overlord is not the latest sequel to the Cloverfield movies. J.J. Abrams seems to be very adamant about that. But the first trailer brings another kind of mystery box feel to this World War II-set supernatural horror. It’s a story about what happens after a plane full of Allied soldiers are blasted out of the sky. After parachuting to safety, they stumble upon a house of horrors in the woods where they learn Nazis have been using off-the-books experiments to help win the war. “A thousand-year army needs thousand-year soldiers,” a spooky voice says. By the looks of things in the Overlord trailer, these experiments yield pretty gruesome results. There’s a guy with half a face stumbling around like the undead, super-soldiers are being bred in makeshift birthing bags, and something we’re not sure we even want to know about is hiding behind a secret wall. Early footage shown at CinemaCon revealed this all takes place the night before D Day in 1944. Overlord is directed by Julius Avery (Son of a Gun). Billy Ray (Captain Phillips, Amazon’s The Last Tycoon) wrote the story and co-wrote the screenplay with Mark L. Smith (The Revenant). Jovan Adepo (Fences), Wyatt Russell (AMC’s Lodge 49), Pilou Asbæk (HBO’s Game of Thrones), John Magaro (Amazon’s Jack Ryan series), Mathilde Ollivier (The Misfortunes of Francois Jane), and Iain De Caestecker (ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) star in the film. “It’s not a Cloverfield movie,” Abrams, who produces Overlord through Bad Robot, said in April. “We are actually developing a true, dedicated Cloverfield sequel, which will be coming to you, theaters very soon.” He did, however, tease, “This movie is bats— crazy.”




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