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Mom-to-be Tanya Ryan opens up to explore love and self-discovery with first album
Tanya Ryan figures she was seven years old when she wrote her first song. It had to do with a young girl whose father goes off to war. The girl’s mother later informs her that he has died and isn’t coming back. It was a little . . . morbid, ...
Block Heater: Son Little cedes a little control on record, Aloha
The story of Son Little’s third album, Aloha, is destined to be forever linked to an unfortunate accident involving the Philadelphia musician’s demos and a crashing hard drive. Promotional material surrounding the album tells the cataclysmic ...
Billie Eilish releases theme to forthcoming James Bond film 'No Time to Die'
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - American teen pop sensation Billie Eilish, fresh off her big Grammy Awards victory and an Oscar night performance, has released her much-anticipated official theme song to the forthcoming James Bond film "No Time to Die." The ...
Weinstein's lawyer assails accusers' credibility in New York rape trial closing argument
By Brendan Pierson NEW YORK (Reuters) - A lawyer for Harvey Weinstein on Thursday took aim at the credibility of the women accusing the former movie producer of sexual assault and urged jurors in the closing arguments of his New York trial to acquit ...
Leadership of 'French Oscars' resigns amid Polanski controversy
PARIS (Reuters) - The management of the "French Oscars" resigned en masse on Thursday after weeks of controversy centered on director Roman Polanski, whose latest film "An Officer and a Spy" leads nominations ahead of the 2020 awards ceremony. The ...
For Downhill, remaking a classic is uphill work
Can you imagine what it would be like if someone took a popular, beloved movie and churned out an inferior remake in another language? Well, you don’t have to, because it’s been done. Ever heard of È già ieri ? It’s a 2004 Italian comedy. ...
Sonic the Hedgehog offers something old, something blue
When the first trailer for Sonic the Hedgehog was released last April, Internet users fell into a collective uncanny valley at the horror of it. Weird musculature! Furry fingers! Nostrils! Human teeth! So the filmmakers put the movie’s ...
Banksy plays with violence and innocence in Valentine's Day graffiti
LONDON (Reuters) - British street artist Banksy is thought to have given a Valentine's Day gift to his home town of Bristol in western England with the appearance of a new mural showing a small girl with a catapult and a splatter of red flowers. ...
Model Arizona Muse urges fashion industry to change in climate fight
LONDON (Reuters) - Model Arizona Muse urged the fashion industry to become more environmentally sustainable and use its power to help combat climate change, as she joined forces with campaign group Extinction Rebellion ahead of London Fashion Week. ...
Bill Wyman's Rolling Stones audition amp goes up for auction
(Reuters) - Former Rolling Stones bass guitarist Bill Wyman is selling off part of his vast archive of music memorabilia, including the 1962 amplifier that helped him clinch his audition for the British rock band. Wyman, 83, who quit the Stones in ...