James Franco has proven himself recently as a force to be reckoned with. His immense talent reflects with every role he plays as he takes on a variety of parts and genres. The man has so many projects in the works at the moment, and...
Guillaume Canet, one of France’s top actors, will have a new film coming out to the public in late March. Blood Ties focuses on the dynamic between two siblings in 1970s New York who couldn’t be any more different. With Chris (Clive Owen) being freshly released from...
The dark mythology of vampires is one that people have been fascinated with for centuries. While the popular Twilight saga may have caused many to believe that these blood-sucking fiends are merely a “fad” for fictional works today, they would be shocked to know that...
Arcade Fire contributed to the score for Spike Jonze’s latest film, Her and an early audio impression arrives with the latest movie trailer, which can be seen above. The soundtrack is set to feature instrumental versions of Reflektor cuts "Porno" and "Supersymmetry" with the latter having been written for the film. In conversation with HitFix, Jonze explained that the band simultaneously worked on the score for his movie and Reflektor:
“Win [Butler] and I started talking about the score about two years ago, and then it kinda seemed like the record sort of informed the soundtrack and the soundtrack informed the record a little bit, and there’s like a song on [Reflektor]—the last one, ‘Supersymmetry’—that he wrote for the movie, but then it sort of became something else. It’s actually the last song in the end credits.”
The band collaborated with composer Owen Pallett on the score, and the soundtrack also features an original song by Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O. Her arrives in theaters on January 18.
Since signing in 2011 to Cash Money, Busta Rhymes has been back on his game, jumping on tracks with some of the hottest artists out, old and new. One of the more exciting project announcements to come out in awhile, Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip recently released plans for an upcoming collaboration mixtape titled, The Abstract & The Dragon. No word yet on who is who from the title, but expect plenty of heat to come when a pair of the top hip-hop artists/producers in the history of the genre get together for a project. Today, they released a video trailer for the project, available December 12. Check the trailer out below and check back to RH for the full download, coming soon.
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Earlier this month, Lana Del Rey shared a much-too-brief visual impression from her upcoming mini-film Tropico. Today, the singer gives us a better look into her upcoming project, which now seems to be more promising than ever. According to the latest trailer, we can expect a whole lotta guns, strippers, drugs and much more. Directed by Anthony Mandler and co-produced by Rick Rubin, Tropico will arrive officially on December 5, 2013 via Vevo.
Alright, I’m officially on board with Charlie Countryman. The first trailer was an intriguing look at the Shia LaBeouf-led film about a man’s dangerous romance in the underbelly of Romania. However, this new Red Band trailer for the film has me hooked on the film. We’ve already briefed readers about Charlie Countryman‘s plot about a young man traveling to Romania as the result of a vision he had, only to fall into conflict in Romania’s dangerous underground.
While the new trailer features some scenes we’ve already previously scene, the extra shots it shows were enough to win me over. Considering the nature of Red Band trailers, more violence, more sex, and more drugs are showcased. Indeed, Charlie Countryman appears to capitalize on as much edginess as it can. Hell, any chance to catch Evan Rachel Wood topless is A-OK in my book. Yes, I’m still worried about the overuse of genre, and the early reviews of the film have me a bit cautious, but I’m ready and willing to throw caution into the wind when Charlie Countryman hits theaters and VOD on November 15th.
With their upcoming album on the way, R&B group TLC were in full effect at this year's VMA's. Not only could they be spotted walking the red carpet and introducing Drake's performance but also during the award ceremony's commercials, which premiered the trailer for VH1's upcoming movie CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story. The film will chronicle the rise of TLC and star Drew Sidora as Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins, Keke Palmer as Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas, and Lil Mama as Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes. Tune into VH1 for the premiere on October 21.
Today is the big day. Earl Sweatshirt finally has an album available that you can buy. So what's a better way to convince you to purchase the album than have the artist himself breakdown the album track by track? Well, Earl doesn't do that. Before he begins going through the tracklist, he gets nervous, runs away and hides. You can stream Earl Sweatshirt's debut studio album Doris here. If you like what you hear, support Earl by buying a copy of the LP on iTunes.
Lady Gaga will make her acting debut in filmmaker Robert Rodriguez's sequel to 2010's Machete. Like Machete, Machete Kills will star Danny Trejo as Machete Cortez. He will be backed by a cast that includes Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, Jessica Alba, Amber Heard, Michelle Rodriguez and Cuba Gooding Jr., among others. Lady Gaga will play the role of La Cameleón, which appears to be the counterpart of Gooding Jr.'s role as El Cameleón. Catch the two glimpses of Gaga at the 1:21 and 1:35 mark of the trailer above and view her poster for the film below. Machete Kills arrives in theaters October 4.