“Singing has always been important to me but I never thought I would end up singing, I would be a singer,” the late singer says in the haunting teaser trailer for the Amy Winehouse documentary. This summer get to know the girl behind the name in the documentary aptly titled Amy.
“Amy was a once-in-a-generation talent who captured everyone’s attention; she wrote and sung from the heart and everyone fell under her spell,” producer James Gay-Rees as well as Kapadia said in a statement on the film’s official Facebook page. “But tragically Amy seemed to fall apart under the relentless media attention, her troubled relationships, her global success and her precarious lifestyle. As a society we celebrated her huge success but then we were quick to judge her failings when it suited us.”
Directed by Asif Kapadia, the film chronicles the early years of the “Rehab” singer’s tragic life all the way to til her untimely death and beyond. The film will show unseen footage and reveal unreleased tracks.
Amy is scheduled to hit theaters in the UK on July 3, roughly around the fourth anniversary of the singer’s death. Check out the trailer below.
Someone stop the madness!!! Am I the only who think this is getting ridiculously out of control. Walt Disney just announced plans to produce another live-action adaptation of an animated classic. This time around it’s Winnie The Pooh.
Deadline reports the movie will follow “Christopher Robin as an adult, which brings him back to A.A. Milne’s famous bear and the Hundred Acre Wood.” Sundance darling Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Phillip) has been tapped to pen the screenplay.
This latest remake comes on the heels of the Mulan live-action which the studio announced earlier this week. Production for Beauty and the Beast is already underway with The Jungle Book and Dumbo on the horizon.
Which beloved animated film is next? Who would you cast in the live-action Winnie The Pooh film? Sound off below.
Another Sia music video, another highlight reel of Maddie Ziegler doing her thing. Not that I’m complaining since I adore the 12-year-old dance sensation. But I’m ready for the Aussie singer to switch things up. Hopefully, when her 1000 Forms of Fear era ends, she does exactly that.
Unlike “Chandelier” and “Elastic Heart,” the “Big Girls Cry” visual is even more stark and minimal. It focuses solely on Ziegler’s face and upper body against a black backdrop. A tall order to convey the song’s passionate lyrics using only her expressive face but girl does it. Check out the clip below which was directed by Daniel Askill and Sia herself.
What better way to enjoy hump day than by salivating over some delicious rumps.
aussieBum recently released promo images for several of their swimwear lines. Bring out your wild and fiery side with their Animal series. Maybe navigate your next underwater adventure by rocking out their scuba-inspired Neoprene swimsuit line. Perhaps you want to make a colorful and bold statement with their Splash offerings.
If you’re not a beach bum, check out their Daintree collection inspired by the eco-system. Whatever your flavor, the Aussie brand has something for you. Summer is just around the corner.
Even if you’re not in the market for new swimwear or underwear, it doesn’t hurt to window shop, especially when the windows are impeccably chiseled mates. Check out more images below.
Everyone knows teenagers have raging hormones. Even with that in mind, this isn’t your typical prom. It’s one full-on orgy at the high school gymnasium.
You might recognized Charlie Puth from his appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The daytime talk show host signed the YouTube sensation to her eleveneleven record label but nothing ever came to fruition. Atlantic Records then swooped in to sign the 23-year-old singer.
“Marvin Gaye” is the lead cut off Puth’s forthcoming album. Wisely, his team enlisted Meghan Trainor to duet with him on the old school-tinged track. Like her or not, but Trainor seems to have the Midas touch these days.
The “All About The Bass” singer also joins Charlie in the accompanying video directed by Marc Klasfeld. Their performance on stage sexually arouses the students and even the teachers, leading everyone to ‘get it on’ Marvin Gaye style. Check out the clip below.
April Fool’s Day is always tricky. One never knows what’s real or simply a prank. At first glance, I thought this was a joke, but it seems legitimate. Unless of course, FOX and Kellan Lutz went to extreme lengths to punk everyone.
The network announced a new one-hour unscripted challenge series for the ultimate weekend warrior. Four men and four women each episode will test their their bodies and brains in three ultimate challenges that ask nothing more than for them to hit the BULLSEYE- literally. At the end, the last person standing walks away (if they still can get on their feet) $50,000 richer.
“I am a huge fan of extreme sports, and for me, nothing beats an adrenaline rush, which is why I am so excited to host this series,” Lutz said in a statement. “I love the concept of physicality and strategy combined with the most awesome challenges that will blow your mind. I am looking forward to watching these competitors push themselves out of their comfort zones and I’ll be on the sidelines cheering them on.”
Comedian Godfrey co-hosts alongside Lutz. Bullseye debuts on Wednesday, May 27. Check out the promo below where individuals transform themselves literally into human cannonballs. It’s Wipeout meets Fear Factor meets American Ninja Warrior.
It’s not a typical prank you’d expect on April Fool’s Day, but bravo to Google for this fun little stunt. To celebrate the special day, the search engine is allowing its users to transform their maps functionality into one huge Pac-Man maze.
Feel like chasing Blinky on the Champs-Élysées? How about eating Pinky at the Taj Mahal. Or play hide and seek with Inky and Clyde in your hometown? Wherever suits your fancy, Google can convert practically every location on planet Earth.
Simply head over to Google Maps and click on the Pac-Man icon to spend countless hours playing the iconic 80s video game. I’m sure your boss will appreciate it.
On a side note, Google’s stunt reminded me of Bud Light’s epic Super Bowl commercial this year where one lucky mofo got to play a life-sized version of the classic arcade game. If you missed it, check it out below.
Stephen Amell just can’t stop playing comic book characters. The Arrow star trades in his bow and arrow for hockey sticks for his new gig.
The 33-year-old actor just signed on to appear in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sequel. He’ll play vigilante Casey Jones who eventually becomes a love interest for April O’Neil (Megan Fox). Someone’s gotta clean her pipes and Leonardo and company aren’t exactly up for task ;)