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Calvin Harris and Big Sean might not seem like they have much in common, but one thing they both share is a disdain for their exes- Rita Ora and Naya Rivera respectively. The 26-year-old rapper threw massive digs at Rivera on “I Don’t Fuck With You” earlier this year. It appears he’s not done taking shots at his ex-fiance.

“All my exes are owin’ me, wishin’ they could X and O me / I’m on the edge and I’m hangin’ all off, on a ledge and we danglin’ off / and if I let go I won’t fall off, if we set a wedding date don’t call off,” raps Big Sean on the track. Forget a woman scorned, hell hath no fury like a rapper scorned.

Open Wide” is the latest track Calvin has shared off his forthcoming album Motion in stores November 4. If the beat sounds familiar, Harris previously used it on a track titled “C.U.B.A.” With Sean’s rap though it elevates the track to official club banger status. Check out the newly-released video below which features two gangs at war in the desert while a female dancer avoids flying bullets.

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You’ll never picture “My Heart Will Go On” the same way ever again. No longer will you envision Leonardo DiCaprio holding Kate Winslet at the bow of the Titanic. Instead, you’ll see Captain America, Iron Man and all your favorite Avengers engaging in slow motion battle.

Some clever fan ingeniously dubbed the soaring ballad over the recently-released The Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer. It’s insane how some of the footage perfectly lines up to some key moments of the song.

Chris Evans knocking down the door while the diva wails the lyrics, “once more you open the door” is almost too good to be true. Another highlight is when Elizabeth Olsen dramatically lets out a cry at the onset of the song’s bridge.

For the next film, producers should really consider enlisting the 46-year-old singer. Her voice would make everything more emotionally epic as evident in this spoof. Definitely check it out below. It’s truly something to behold.

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Universal Pictures Teases Furious 7

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In anticipation of the first trailer for Furious 7, previously titled Fast & Furious 7, Universal Pictures has debuted a new retrospective of the popular franchise. The Road to Furious 7 pays tribute to Paul Walker while whetting fans’ appetites for the next installment.

Walker’s brothers Caleb and Cody stepped in to film Paul’s remaining scenes so that production could finish. Furious 7 races into theaters on April 3, 2015. Check out the teaser below.

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Based on looks alone, it appears that Rob Marshall has another hit musical on his hands. As the old adage says though, don’t judge a book by its cover. The 54-year-old director’s 2009 big budget Nine looked fantastic but was a snoozefest and bombed at the box office. Here’s hoping he has a reversal of fortune with Into The Woods.

Bringing the beloved 1987 musical didn’t translate easily to film and the huge creative challenge fell upon Rob’s shoulders. In a recently-released behind the scenes featurette, the cast praises Marshall’s vision and hard work for bringing the hit Stephen Sondheim masterpiece to the big screen.

Check out the entertainingly informative clip below which features snippets of some of the casting singing. Meryl Streep (the Witch) sings her beautiful ballad “Stay with Me” to Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy). Additionally, we hear the opening song “I Wish” sung by Emily Blunt and James Corden (as the Baker’s Wife and Baker), as well as Anna Kendrick (Cinderella), and Daniel Huttlestone (Jack). If that wasn’t enough, Johnny Depp (The Wolf) shows off his howl. Into the Woods hits theaters on Christmas Day!

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Rita Ora Is ‘Grateful’ On New Ballad

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Is Rita Ora making herself over as an adult contemporary artist? If so, she certainly has the pipes for it. The British Rihanna premiered a track titled “Grateful” on Billboard.com. The ballad was specifically recorded for the soundtrack of the upcoming romantic-drama Beyond The Lights starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Nate Parker.

The soaring composition was written by none other than Diane Warren. If you’re going to take on an epic ballad for a movie, Warren is your woman. The 58-year-old legendary songwriter has been nominated a whopping six times for an Academy Award. “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing,” “How Do I Live” and “Because You Loved Me” are just a few examples.

Surprisingly, she’s never grabbed the big prize. She’s the Susan Lucci of the original song category at the Oscars. Perhaps Rita is her ticket to Oscar glory. Give Ora and Warren’s collaboration a listen below.

“I’m so proud of it and Rita Ora did an amazing vocal,” said Warren. “I am so happy she had me write this song. I think it can be a career song for her. It shows a whole different side to her and I’m hoping we get to hear it all over the radio and see her sing it on the Oscars next year!”

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FOX Developing Series Based On Hitch

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Somebody stop the madness!!! The remake revolution of 2014 is getting out of control. The list of remakes in the works during this development season is growing too rapidly each day.

Rush Hour, In Good Company, The Illusionist, Bachelor Party, Marley & Me, Problem Child and The Money Pit are just a few series being developed based on feature films. FOX already has Monster-In-Law and Big in the works. Now, it can add Will Smith’s hit 2005 film Hitch to the list. The film generated nearly $370 million.

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Year in, year out Air New Zealand manages to throw the gauntlet down when creating the most entertaining safety videos. Being a frequent flyer myself, I tune out when the flight attendants do their schtick. Taking a creative approach certainly goes a long way to holding my attention.

Taking inspiration from The Lord Of The Rings cinematic franchise is hardly new for the airline company. I don’t blame them. People are obsessed with all things LOTR-related. Plus, they are the official airline of Middle Earth.

To celebrate the third and final film in The Hobbit TrilogyThe Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, the Air New Zealand flight crew has once again donned pointy ears. Director Peter Jackson returns to make another cameo in the clip. This time however, they managed to convince Frodo himself, Elijah Wood, to make an appearance. Check out their self-proclaimed, “Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made,” video directed by Taika Waitit below.

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As many of you know, I’m inexplicably infatuated with Mr. Worldwide. Maybe one day, I can get to the bottom of it. Until then, expect to see anything Pitbull-related on the site.

The 33-year-old rapper is usually seen accompanied by scantily-clad women in his music videos. He trades in his trademark video hos in his latest visual for some adorable animated penguins. Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private to be exact.

Celebrate” is a family-friendly pop jam for the new animated movie Penguins of Madagascar. It’ll also appear on his forthcoming album Globalization due out November 24. As you’d expect, the video is a tad cheesy but appropriate given its purpose. With that said, I can still see it being a club anthem at every club down on South Beach. Give it a view below.

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