Anyone who’s seen ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ can understand how in love we all are with its adorable little star, nine-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis. Now known as the youngest Best Actress Oscar nominee, she covers the special Oscar issue of Entertainment Weekly.
Today Justin Timberlake has used the official lyric video for “Suit & Tie” to announce March 19, 2013 as the official release date of his long awaited third studio album ‘The 20/20 Experience,’ and we over here and Sinuous are very excited!
Popcaan links up with Jamaican motorcycle crew, Crazy Bikerz, for his Dre Skull-produced “So We Do It” official video, filmed on location in Kingston.
As criticisms fly back and forth over ‘Django Unchained,’ the move’s lead actor, Jamie Foxx, has finally responded to Spike Lee’s diss, calling the director “shady” and “irresponsible.”
Kid Cudi, who may be known as a rapper, record producer and part-time singer, also has a few acting credits under his belt. The troubled musician is now ready to make his way to the big screen, joining Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul in DreamWorks’ racing action film, ‘Need for Speed,’ which is based ion the Electronic Arts video game.
‘Scandal’ and ‘Django Unchained’ leading lady Kerry Washington graces the cover of Arise Magazine issue #18, which is out now in the UK and will be out worldwide late January/early February. In her exclusive interview, entitled “Off The Chain,” the star reveals the emotional experience of filming Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django’ and much more.
On January 12th, Harlem’s Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture will hold the historic neighborhood’s first Black Comic Book Festival. The full day of activities includes a film screening of ‘White Scripts and Black Supermen: Black Masculinities in Comic Books,’ a pop-up art exhibition in honor of legendary comic book artist Jack Kirby, discussions, workshops and more!
While some may feel Django Unchained’s biggest attribute is its White director, the bloody Pre-Civil War era “spaghetti Western” film is way more than “a movie about a Black slave killing White people.” And who better to make it?
Enjoy the latest video for “Latch,” an infectious garage/house tune from British producer duo, Disclosure. Incorporating a little pop into an old school house feel, “Latch” features robust vocals from UK crooner Sam Smith. The track’s amorous visuals include scenes of various couples who can’t keep their hands off of each other.
Following a New York City opening this month, Victoria Mahoney’s critically-acclaimed film, ‘Yelling To The Sky,’ released to iTunes, Amazon, Roku and all other video on demand outlets, and will be available on DVD and Blu-ray February 5, 2013.
After a year of attracting both accolades and controversy, Quentin Tarantino’s pre-Civil War western film, ‘Django Unchained,’ has exceeded expectations in the box office — with just over $15 million in ticket sales. The film is the director’s highest start ever ahead of Inglourious Basterds ($14.4 million), and set a new record for a R-rated Christmas Day opening.
Well fellow Monsters, it looks like mother Gaga has some good news for us. While we patiently wait for the ARTPOP era to begin next year, it has been announced that she and past collaborator Terry Richardson will be making a documentary film, which will document the creation of ARTPOP, her life, and we, the fans.
In this Aris Jerome-directed film clip, actress and model LaRayia Gaston is a dejected young woman attempting to cope with unrequited love. As she puffs away at a cigarette in the bathroom mirror, she practices her speech before engaging in a humiliating phone call. Set to an instrumental of Frank Ocean’s “Crack Rock,” heartbreak never looked so gorgeous.
Staying true to its Cleveland roots, iLTHY has picked up shop and moved to a perfect new location — the city’s bubbling arts district — Gordon Square. The streetwear/arts brand will hold its grand opening on December 15th, offering special edition live silk screened shirts to the first 50 customers with an apparel purchase.
Fueling overwhelming anticipation for her Def Jam debut, Jhené Aiko — an admitted lover of horror films — takes on a haunting, emotive interpretation of Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan (2010) for her new music video, “Mirrors.” Directed by Topshelf Junior, the video is a beautifully gritty black-and-white piece.
Yelling To The Sky, the highly-acclaimed Victoria Mahoney film, opened in New York City on December 14th, and will soon release to iTunes, Amazon, Roku and all other video on demand (VOD) outlets. The film is still playing in two theaters: Cinema Village (22 East 21st Street) and Imagenation (2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd).
The gorgeous Kerry Washington covers UPTOWN Magazine’s December 2012/January 2013 issue. The ‘Scandal’ star speaks on her very controversial new film — ‘Django Unchained,’ her multi-cultural family, taking career risks and more. Check out interview excerpts and photos from the stunning shoot by Nino Muñoz.
Jay-Z gives us a sincere behind the scenes look at the days leading up to his eight-show Barclays Center concert and stadium opening with a short film titled, ‘Where I’m From: JAY-Z Barclays Center Documentary.’ The film documents everything from the construction site, to stage preparations and band setup a year later, to the frenzy Jay caused by riding the subway to his last show.
Beyoncé will be giving her fans an intimate look inside her life in her feature-length documentary, which is set to premiere on February 16th on HBO. The film will feature never-before-seen footage of the pop superstar, including home videos from her childhood and candid moments offstage with her family.
It’s finally looking like A$AP Rocky is well on his way to establish his much deserved mainstream career. After breaking onto the scene last year with ‘Peso,’ the Harlem emcee shared the official release date and cover art for his long-awaited debut studio album Long.Live.A$AP.