So I am no professional photographer, but I managed to get some awesome shots of My Chemical Romance (and Neon Trees!) at the Showbox! Check it out!
Amber Pacific stopped by the studio to chat with Izzie and Danielle! Check out the photos of the interview and performance!
THE AUDITION took the stage before This Providence at Saturday's Private Performance. Check out the photos!
Carrie Underwood starred in a LIVE TV production of 'The Sound of Music' the other night (one of my favorite movies of all time, btw) on NBC. I was skeptical about how she would pull off the lead role (which was made famous by the incredible Julie Andrews)... I watched a few videos of her performance... and I can't say I'm impressed.
One big question I have is - why did they do this live? Just because? I think it would have been better if the singing was done in a studio (sorry!), and if it was shot more artistically... Overall, was a little weird in my opinion.
Critics are weighing in and are a little split on Carrie's performance, while one of the original cast members wasn't pleased at all...
Kym Karath, who played Gretl Von Trapp in the original movie production, took to twitter to express how she felt about it. "Mystified & disappointed so far by SOM special. So far only happy with Stephen Moyer,” she wrote. Later, she added: “Must admit some scenes are actually painful to watch." At the end of the night, she wrote, “Love Carrie Underwood but this role is just not right for her. She is lovely her voice is beautiful but acting is wrong." She DID add that she liked the scene with the Captain, Herr Detweiler and Baroness, and she loved Laura Benanti's performance. Clearly, it was Carrie she had a problem with.
What did YOU think? Did she pull it off? Check out Carrie's "Do-Re-Mi," and then Julie Andrew's version below!
Ch-ch-check it out!
Hard to see much at all... but looks like it'll be good!
The Fast & Furious YouTube channel posted an official Tribute to Paul Walker yesterday. It includes scenes from all of the Fast movies (see it below). Get the tissues ready if you plan to watch it.
On top of that, there are now plans for an organized memorial meet-up to honor Paul Walker and Roger Rodas as the site of the crash that took both their lives. The Facebook event page was created by SoCal Car Meets, but they clearly say in the event info that "This memorial meet belongs to all the fans... it is NOT organized by us.. we are just the medium that transfers the information...."
A church near the crash scene has opened its doors to offer water, coffee, and hot cocoa, as well as use of their restrooms, etc. Darric Baxwar Newman will be bringing a blue Skyline that was driven by Walker in the 4th Fast & Furious movie. At noon on Friday, over 5,900 people had said they would be attending the event. It's awesome to see fans and car enthusiasts coming together to remember these two.
(PHOTO: Getty Images, Ernesto Ruscio)
Wonder Woman has official been cast! In the untitled Superman sequel movie in the works (starring Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman), producers have cast Israeli model and actress Gal Gadot for the role of Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman is in this movie!? Sheesh, it is PACKED!
“Wonder Woman is arguably one of the most powerful female characters of all time and a fan favorite in the DC Universe,” director Zack Snyder said in a Warner Brothers news release. “Not only is Gal an amazing actress, but she also has that magical quality that makes her perfect for the role. We look forward to audiences discovering Gal in the first feature film incarnation of this beloved character.”
He biggest role to date has been playing Gisele Harabo in the Fast & The Furious movies. (PHOTO: Frazer Harrison, Getty Images)
What do YOU think? Did they pick the right woman?
Every year DJ Earworm puts out an incredible mashup of the year's biggest pop hits. Check out 2013, "Living the Fantasy"!!! (and check out other year's mixes on his YouTube channel HERE).