Rock is alive and well, at least it was during the celebration of the classic Doors album, ‘Morrison Hotel’.
Ben Ratliff breaks music down into atomic particles in his erudite “Every Song Ever”
Check out our interview with Dondraico Johnson, one of the entertainment industry’s best choreographers.
He’s the man. I mean, who else would go up to someone and tell them that “No one will believe you” ? Who else will crash a game of kickball on Roosevelt Island? Who else will crash SXSW and serve drinks behind the bar? Who else will crash—
Ok we get the point. Bill Murray really wanted to be in Wedding Crashers but the part went to Will Ferrell instead. But nonetheless, only Bill Murray would be in A Very Murray Christmas, a Netflix film set to release on December 4, 2015, which was written and directed by Sofia Coppola.
These are the kinds of movies that people can only dream of. The film will star a bunch of people– as themselves, with Murray playing himself as he worries that no one will show up for his Christmas party because of the snowstorm outside rampaging through New York City. Well, if the storm is anything like last year, I can tell you personally, Mr. Murray, that New Yorkers don’t care about curfews and they’ll show up nonetheless.
Anyhow, the comedy will feature George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Miley Cyrus, Phoenix, Michael Cera, Jason Schwartzman, Maya Rudolph, Chris Rock, Paul Shaffer, and more — all as themselves. Check out the newest trailer below, and hold your horses until December 6 rolls around.
The album is the result of a unique collaboration with Indie Rock legend Wayne Coyne.
Stacy Barthe is ready for the world. The syrup-voiced Motown Recordings artist dropped her first full length last month, and it’s a lush, expansive look at depression and self-medication.
The foundation for AIDS Research raised a whopping $1.5 million last night at their 6th Inspiration Gala in New York. The foundation awarded Miley Cyrus and Andy Cohen for raising HIV/AIDS awareness. Cyrus partnered up with MAC Cosmetics VIVA GLAM on a campaign and has helped raise over $25 million since January for the disease.
Laverne Cox hosted a portion of the benefit in conjunction with event producer, Josh Wood, by allowing guests to text to pledge. This activity raised about $50,000 which Miley Cyrus generously matched later that night.
The evening commenced with various auctions such as signed copies of Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover, a Mr. Brainwash painting from Kate Moss’ personal collection, and items donated from the event sponsors, Harry Winston and Moet Hennessy. The auctions raised about $250,000 altogether.
The evening also featured a menswear fashion show with custom looks made by the world’s top menswear designers, such as Alexander McQueen, Ralph Lauren and Valentino, to name a few.
A performance from nine-time Grammy Award winner, Mary J. Blige concluded the evening with a bang as she sang a set of her classic hits, “Real Love”, “Just Fine”, and “Family Affair”.[slideshow post_id=””]