We almost don’t want to accept that The 100 is actually coming to an end, but it’s going to be pretty hard to stay in denial much longer. Especially considering we now officially have a series finale date. The 100 showrunner Jason Rothenberg tweeted in anticipation of the show’s return from a short hiatus that there would
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Whether it’s coming out of Nashville, New York, L.A., or points in between, there’s no shortage of fresh tunes, especially from artists who have yet to become household names. Rolling Stone Country selects some of the best new music releases from country and Americana artists. Regan Stewart, “Drop Dead Gorgeous” Regan Stewart calls to mind “Merry Go
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Versus, Godzilla: Final Wars, The Midnight Meat Train and Nightmare Cinema director Ryûhei Kitamura is back with The Doorman, Lionsgate’s new action-thriller starring Ruby Rose. In the film that’s being described as a “punishing action-thriller,” Rose plays a former Marine turned doorman at a luxury New York City high-rise who must outsmart and battle a
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By John Greenewald, Jr. – The Black Vault – Originally Published August 24, 2020 Official DOD / Navy press release of three Unidentified Aerial Phenomena videos on April 27, 2020. In April of 2020, the Department of Defense (DOD) shocked the world by releasing three videos they considered Unidentified Aerial Phenomena or UAPs. Although the
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Like many DIY artists, it wasn’t long before Bartees Strange started trying to recreate the magic he heard in other people’s music. Inspired by the flourishing emo and hardcore scenes of the Midwest and the Deep South, he began producing songs for friends in a small studio equipped with a Tascam 388, his family’s computer,
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It’s somehow been more than two decades since the Chicks (then known as the Dixie Chicks) released their iconic sophomore major-label studio album, Fly, on Aug. 31, 1999. The album produced an astounding eight singles, four Grammy Awards nominations, two Grammy Awards victories and some of the country trio’s most iconic songs. From “Goodbye Earl” to
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BTS gave their first English language single ‘Dynamite’ its live debut last night (August 30) at the MTV VMAs 2020. Marking their first-ever appearance at the VMAs, the K-pop superstars performed in front of a green screened backdrop depicting different New York locations, including the Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square, the Empire State Building. Towards the
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Considering that LeAnn Rimes shot to country music stardom at the fresh age of 14, she’s managed a pretty remarkable amount of longevity. With crossover hits from country to pop to gospel and back, she’s established her place in the country music history books while exploring her own musical ambitions — and it’s been a pretty
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With the exhibition reopening of New York and Los Angeles still unclear, despite California Governor Gavin Newsom laying out a road map this afternoon, Paramount has opted to reschedule some of its fall releases, and date some new titles. The Melrose Ave. lot’s G.I. Joe spinoff Snake Eyes will not open this year on Oct. 23, 2020, rather will
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GABRIEL BOUYSGetty Images Jil Sander has rekindled her relationship with Uniqlo. This October, the celebrated German designer will release a new collection for men and women under +J, a line that the Japan-based retailer produced from 2009 to 2011. Indeed, it has been a little less than a decade since Sander lent her talents to
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Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Fred and Daphne are in mourning … ‘Scooby-Doo’ co-creator Joe Ruby has died. The animation writer and TV executive who co-created the famous cartoon series “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?” died Wednesday in Westlake Village, CA of natural causes … according to his family. Joe, along with his animation partner Ken Spears, worked
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Leonard Cohen‘s estate is “exploring legal options” following the unauthorised use of ‘Hallelujah’ during the Republican National Convention on Thursday night. The hit song was featured twice: first, after Donald Trump’s acceptance speech for the Republican nomination, where Tori Kelly’s recorded cover version played during a fireworks display, followed by a live operatic version performed
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