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US version includes one exclusive ‘hidden’ bonus track, ‘You Know I’m No Good’ (featuring Ghostface Killah). ‘Back To Black’ is the second album from London-based chanteuse Amy Winehouse. Although her 2003 debut was a success, her rowdy offstage behavior became the focus of tabloids and critics instead of the music. Because of this, Winehouse stepped out of the spotlight and concentrated on putting the focus back on her music. Three years later, her sophomore release has surprised critics and excited her fanbase. Combining a strong, Jazzy vocal style with often frank lyrical content recounting tales of love and loss, Winehouse is a truly talented songwriter with a good ear for melody, making this album an essential purchase. Includes the single ‘Rehab’. Universal. 2007.
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Just days since we all saw that Paddington is going to have its title character shove ear wax in its mouth, Colin Firth has decided that maybe that’s not the kind of bear that should sound like Colin Firth. So, the actor has all at once dropped the project, telling EW that he’ll no longer provide a voice for the film–which is still on schedule for a winter release.
“After a period of denial, we’ve chosen ‘conscious uncoupling,’” the actor said in a statement.
As is usual when he makes big-screen drama out of his awkward refusal to just speak into a microphone, Firth is now frontrunner for Best Actor.
The guy who made that Lincoln movie has finally settled on what he’ll make as his follow-up effort. Though director Steven Spielberg (Lincoln) has been attached to numerous project over the last couple years, it seems the next film he’ll tackle will be that Cold War drama the Coen brothers are writing for Tom Hanks to star. Spielberg’s own DreamWorks has given the still-untitled film an October 16, 2015 release on their calendar. An adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The BFG will then follow that up as Spielberg’s next project; that’s scheduled to open less than nine months later, July 1, 2016. This guy is really going to make us wait fur Lincoln: Resurrection.
Answering why Ben Affleck was moping so hard beside his Batmobile, it’s being reported that Wonder Woman, Shazam, Sandman, Green Lantern and The Flash are all getting movies before Batman gets another solo project. Nikki Finke claims to have a Warner Bros. schedule we weren’t supposed to see until Comic Con, on it a list of all the studio’s planned superhero releases up to summer 2018. Here, have a look:
May 2016 – Batman v Superman
July 2016 – Shazam
Xmas 2016 – Sandman
May 2017 – Justice League
July 2017 – Wonder Woman
Xmas 2017 – Flash and Green Lantern team-up
May 2018 – Man Of Steel 2
It’s already known that Joseph Gordon-Levitt will direct and star in Sandman, and Justice League is old news, but who knew Warner’s nearly decade-old plan for a Shazam movie was still on the table (with or without long-attached star Dwayne Johnson)? Also moderately surprising: the invisible jet of a Wonder Woman movie–always seemingly right there but never quite visible–is finally happening. And since no one wanted to see Ryan Reynolds, now Green Lantern has to bring a cool friend if he’s going out.
After all this? Then it will be nearly 2020, and we can finally do the live-action Golden Girls-esque Super Friends sitcom we’ve been stupidly putting off.
Kenny Fuckin’ Powers is headed back to school, sort of. HBO has just picked up a new series from Danny McBride and his Eastbound & Down co-creator Jody Hill, giving the pair an 18-episode commitment for the comedy Vice Principals. McBride will also star in the series, playing one of the titular vice principals. Andrew Daly has not yet been officially typecast to come back and be the main principal again.