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Enchanted Sequel Picking Up Steam

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Amy Adams charmed movie goers in Enchanted as Princess Giselle trying to survive in modern-day Manhattan. Fans have been craving a sequel ever since. Eight years later, it appears the sequel might actually becoming to fruition.

A sequel was first planned in 2010 but nothing has been announced since. Finally some significant news has emerged. Collider reveals the sequel has been renamed from Enchanted 2 to Disenchanted. The news outlet also reports Disney “is now in the process of punching up the script with the hopes that it will be in greenlight-ready shape very soon.”

The film’s original director Anne Fletcher will reportedly return to the director’s chair. No word on whether Amy Adams, James Marsden, Patrick Dempsey, Idina Menzel or Susan Sarandon will reprise their roles. Hopefully, at least Adams does. You can’t have an Enchanted sequel without her. Relive below some of Amy’s memorable musical numbers from the film

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In my next life, I’ve decided I’m coming back as Fred Goudon. Or at the very least, someone like him. He’s the one who’s immortalized those sexy French rugby players in those steamy calendars. The French photographer has now shifted his focus to hunky firemen. Tough life… NOT!!!!

From working out in the gym to lounging around in the locker room, the nation’s sexiest firefighters show off their fine physiques. The proceeds from the calendar go to the charity, Firefighters Without Borders. The organization operates worldwide in humanitarian crisis due to natural disasters or armed conflicts. Check hot preview pics and video teasers below.

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Is Brooklyn Beckham trying to become the fifth member of the British group The Vamps? Probably not. Victoria and David’s eldest son and Vamps guitarist James McVey are buddies and often appear in each other’s social media accounts. #BFFS It was only a matter of time before Beckham would pop up in one of the band’s clips.

After firing off a flare gun on his rooftop, Brooklyn jumps off, joining the group while they walk through a suburban neighborhood. Who knew the 16-year-old had such parkour skills? The Frank Borin-directed clip eventually leads to an epic rooftop party in Los Angeles.

Considering Beckham doesn’t do much else, he sure gets plenty of screentime. Check out the “Wake Up” music video below.

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For their last HBO series, Boardwalk Empire, it was all about mobsters and politicians in Atlantic City during the Prohibition era. Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter time travels to the 1970s this time around to put the spotlight on the New York music scene during that era. As with several of Scorsese’s previous work, the mob and organized crime play a factor.

Vinyl finds Scorsese and Winter teaming up with Mick Jagger for the period piece about sex and rock ‘n roll. Bobby Cannavale headlines the cast, playing Richie Finestra, a record executive trying to resurrect his label American Century. Olivia Wilde and Ray Romano play his wife and confidant respectively.

Vinyl’s ten-episode season begins in January 2016. Check out the latest trailer below.

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Writing’s On The Wall” hasn’t made much of an impact stateside (yet) unlike it’s predecessor “Skyfall” by Adele which do so immediately. Admittedly, I didn’t instantly fall in love with Sam Smith’s 007 track, but it’s slowly growing on me. The recently-dropped music video is pitch perfect and makes me appreciate the single more. Exactly what a music video is supposed to do.

Luke Monaghan who directed Smith’s “I’m Not The Only One” films the 23-year-old singer visiting various spots throughout Rome. In between clips of Sam dramatically lip syncing, footage from Spectre are shown. More specifically, scenes of Daniel Craig bedding his new Bond Girls- Monica Bellucci and Léa Seydoux.

Fittingly enough, the “Writing’s On The Wall” visual premiered today on Global James Bond Day– the theatrical release anniversary of Dr. No. Check out the clip below which perfectly captures the mood and drama of Smith’s soundtrack contribution.

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Austria is one of the remaining countries left to visit on my travel list. As a hardcore musical nut, you can pretty much guess why it’s on my bucket list. I really want to know if the hills are indeed alive with the sound of music ;)

After checking out this striking black-and-white editorial for FTAPE.com, I might have to bump up Austria on my priority list. These Austrian-bred hunks are leaving me speechless yet eliciting plenty of dirty words.

Check out below Julian SchneyderPatrick KafkaDomenique Melchior & Oliver Stummvoll (left to right) smoldering for the creative lens of photographer Kosmas Pavlos. If you can choose, weigh in on which of the handsome quartet is your favorite.

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To celebrate the release date of her eleventh studio album, Unbreakable, on October 2, Janet Jackson debuted the official lyric video for the Missy Elliott-assisted tune “BURNITUP!”

Since, the 49-year-old legend premiered the track during her tour kickoff in Vancouver, it’s only fitting the entire tour entourage participate in the lyric video. Jackson’s backup dancers, tour DJ, crew members and even concert goers hold up placards with the song’s lyrics.

Normally, I’m not a fan of artists using concert footage for clips, but since this is technically just a lyric one and not an official video, I’ll let it slide. Plus, I adore Janet and the woman can do no wrong. Check out the fun visual below.

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It’s October 3rd, Happy Mean Girls Day!!!

In: Donovan, Music

If you’ve seen the film as many times as most gays have, you know October 3 is the day Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett) asked Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) what date it was. It’s one of the memorable lines from the extremely quotable comedy.

Check out the scene below to refresh your memory. And as an aside, don’t you think Aaron Samuels, does in fact, look better with his hair pushed back? I’m definitely watching Mean Girls for the umpteenth time this weekend.

Also worth watching, is Todrick Hall’s hilarious parody Mean Gurlz.You won’t regret it. Happy Mean Girls Day everyone. And even though it’s not Wednesday, might I suggest a little pink today.

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