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Adele and Iggy Azelea Made History In The Billboard Hot 100! 'Rolling In The

Adele and Iggy Azelea Made History In The Billboard Hot 100! 'Rolling In The
Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy' tops the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks and this has made the Australian recording artist land on the same spot where Adele's 'Rolling In The Deep' is standing right now. Both hit makers have surpassed Katy Perry's 'California …
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Former U2 and Adele recording studio bought by social landlord
A London recording studio that has been used by the likes of U2 and Adele has been bought by a social landlord. Westminster Community Homes has paid £4,950,000 for The Old Dairy in Queen's Park. The 10,500 sq ft complex comprises a selection of brick …
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Adele Tour 2014: Will Her Next Album Release Signal the New Tour?
Recent reports have revealed that Adele, after so many months of silence, is finally coming out with her new album entitled "25." But the issue isn't whether there is an album to release or not, but the date it is to be released. Following the recent …
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The Expendables 3 — $15.9M

Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) and his band of aging mercenaries recruit a younger crew to battle the one man capable of exterminating the Expendables in this sequel directed by Red Hill’s Patrick Hughes. When Barney and Conrad Stonebanks (Mel Gibson) co-founded the Expendables, they were positively unstoppable. Years later, Stonebanks abandoned the team to become a cutthroat arms dealer, and Barney was forced to kill the man he once called a brother. Little did Barney realize that Stonebanks survived, and… [more]

The Hundred-Foot Journey — $11M

An Indian teen in France goes to work for his father’s culinary adversary in this drama based on the bestselling novel by Richard C. Morais. Put young Hassan Kadam (Manish Dayal) in a kitchen, and he’s bound to emerge with a dish that will dazzle. When Hassan’s family is forced to move from their native India, his Papa (Om Puri) relocates to a peaceful hamlet in Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val in the south of France. Determined to give his new neighbors a little taste of home, Papa decides to open an Indian restaurant… [more]

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Dermot Mulroney Is Your New ‘Insidious’ Guy

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Bad news, Dermot Mulroney: you’re getting insidioused. As tweeted by Insidious writer and new sequel director Leigh Whannel, Mulroney has officially been cast as the new middle-aged white guy lead in Insidious: Chapter 3. Plot details aren’t known, nor is Mulroney’s exact role, but should a grinning, eerily-lurking crimson form suddenly arise from behind yet again, at least we know he’ll be ready:

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Nicolas Cage ‘Left Behind’ Remake Looks Even Worse Than That Sounds in First Trailer

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Then writer-producer Paul Lalonde said, Let Us make a religious disaster film in Kirk Cameron’s image, after Mike Seaver’s likeness: and let it have dominion over discount DVD bins, and over Walmart checkout lanes, and over weird little Christian stores in the mall, and over every two-pack bundled with The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes.

So Lalonde created Left Behind in Kirk Cameron’s image, in the image of Mike Seaver created he it; Left Behind and Left Behind II: Tribulation Force created he them.

And Lalonde wrote and produced them, and Lalonde said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, like maybe with a third film, Left Behind: World at War.

And Lalonde saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. But maybe it could be a little better if Nicolas Cage were in it, so he started over with that in mind. Thus the heavens and the earth and the Left Behind remake were finished, and they look fucking terrible:

‘Point Break’ Remake Lets Bodhi Go

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Unable to deal with the tragic alternate outcome, Point Break filmmakers have at the last moment decided against shooting Gerard Butler. Though Butler was set to replace Patrick Swayze as Bodhi in the remake–giving the film a known-name against their unknown Johnny UtahTHR reports that he’s now out of the film due to a double-whammy of scheduling problems and creative differences. It’s said that production company Alcon will recast and still make their June shoot date. Though they haven’t yet released an official statement on the matter, it seems pretty obvious that it will just be this:

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illaNoise ft. Justin Timberlake – Let Me Love You (NEW SONG MAY 2014)

illaNoise ft. Justin Timberlake - Let Me Love You (NEW SONG MAY 2014)

This is the second offical hit single has made by Rap group illaNoise featuring Pop star from NSYNC Justin Timberlake from the album illaNoise while the dubstep goes on. (C)2014 Odyssey Records.
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Follow a Boy for 12 Years, But Not in a Creepy Way, in Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ Trailer

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With Boyhood, writer-director Richard Linklater has made a real-life study of growing up to rival both The Up Series and Family Matters‘ nine-year study of Steve Urkel’s transformation into Stefan Urquelle. Shot across a dozen-year timespan, the film follows newcomer Ellar Coltrane as he progresses from first grade to high school graduation, a time-lapse of maturing from boy to guy who can buy us dirty magazines. Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette play his parents, they too visibly falling victim to time’s march and two cancelations of the television drama Medium.

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Perez Reviews: If/Then

If Idina Menzel were not so super talented, then If/Then would be such a Debbie Downer of a show – more so than it already is!

Unfortunately, this is no Wicked or Rent.

If/Then fails to serve the greatness that is its leading lady and her big Broadway return in 10 years …