Showing posts with label Movies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Movies. Show all posts

Sunday, August 7, 2022

What Is The Streaming War All About?

 


Media companies have launched direct-to-consumer video services to compete with Netflix. All of them have been following category leader Netflix with global expansion and investing billions of dollars in content.


To be competitive, industry analysts expect an increase in mergers, such as Discovery and Time Warner or partnerships, such as the recently announced SkyShowtime between ComcastCMCSA and ViacomCBS.


Television’s “streaming wars”—a term that’s been used for nearly a decade to characterize competition in the music and entertainment industries—will reach a critical juncture in the next few months. Apple TV+ and Disney+ will debut. NBCUniversal’s Peacock and HBO Max will likely announce monthly price points. Netflix will continue to premiere new projects from creative heavyweights like Ryan Murphy and Shonda Rhimes.

Celebrity Legacies - Whitney Houston

 


Whitney Houston’s fortune bounced from sky-high to significant debt.  What did this mean for her estate?  And was it money — or something else — behind Whitney’s ugly legal battle with her “step-mother”? 

Monday, August 1, 2022

Disney Increases Diversity in the Entertainment Industry

 


Disney is once again taking big steps in the movement toward increased diversity and inclusion in the entertainment industry: The Disney Channel recently introduced its first-ever transgender character in Raven’s Home, the reboot of That’s So Raven.


Actress Juliana Joel plays Nikki, a recurring character who serves as the assistant to Raven, the show’s titular character. Joel is openly trans and an advocate for the LGBTQ community. She shared this Instagram post to express her gratitude toward the staff and cast of Raven’s Home.

Monday, July 18, 2022

Jennifer Lopez and Ellen DeGeneres Play "Never Have I Ever"

 


On a recent episode of the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jennifer Lopez was enlisted for a little soul-baring game known as “Never Have I Ever.”

Rihanna Plays "Never Have I Ever" With Ellen Ellen DeGeneres

 


Find out who has taken a nude selfie, swam naked, hooked up in the back of a car and more.


Who's more daring: George Clooney or Rihanna?

Sunday, July 3, 2022

Why Did Tom Cruise Turned Down Playing Iron Man?

 


From the beginning, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been loaded with incredibly talented actors playing its most iconic superheroes, as well as those unforgettable and nuanced villains. That all started back in 2008 when Iron Man blasted its way into theaters and launched the franchise, while also giving its star, Robert Downey Jr., a shot an even bigger career. Even though Downey’s Tony Stark has become one of the most beloved heroes in superhero movie history, another icon of the industry was once attached to portray the genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist…and that man was Tom Cruise.

Friday, June 24, 2022

Beyonce Misses the Mark with Fashion Police

 


The singing diva's fashion choice for the 2013 Grammy Awards didn't quite live up to her usual fashion-forward style. Check out her demure look. Joan Rivers and the Fashion Police give their ruling on Beyonce style.

Friday, June 10, 2022

Ellen DeGeneres and Jennifer Lopez Hidden Camera Pranks

 


Jennifer Lopez joined the ranks of Ellen's hilarious hidden camera moments when she met with two potential assistants. They had no idea Ellen DeGeneres was telling Jennifer exactly what to say and do!

Monday, April 25, 2022

Will Marvel Replace Chris Pratt?

 


Chris Pratt's Christianity is once again at the center of a debate on social media, following calls for Marvel to replace him with Patrick Wilson.


The discussion appeared to stem from the release of a clip from the upcoming movie Thor: Love and Thunder on 18 April, which showed Pratt's character Star-Lord, also known as Peter Quill, giving his team a pep talk.

Thursday, April 21, 2022

Jennifer Lopez - Fat Butt and Pancake Head

 


"Fat Butt and Pancake Head" (also known as "Jennifer-Lopez-Mania") is the fifth episode of the seventh season and the 101st overall episode of the Comedy Central series South Park. It was originally broadcast on April 16, 2003.


In the episode, Jennifer Lopez is enraged to learn that a new Latina singer also named Jennifer Lopez (but in actuality is just Cartman's hand) has stolen her record deal and her boyfriend Ben Affleck.

Monday, April 18, 2022

Ellen DeGeneres and James Corden Play 'Finish the Lyric'

 


The Late Late Show host appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Wednesday and plays a game of "Finish the Lyric" with Ellen DeGeneres. James Corden made a surprise appearance on The Elle DeGeneres Show, airing Wednesday, where he played a game of "Finish the Lyric" with the host.

Monday, April 11, 2022

"The Hate Is Real" | A Jacktown Film

ShotbyChambers: "A hood movie about 2 friends name Tyree and Hiram who was petty hustling and Tyree found another plug so that he can have a strong come up. Hiram gets jealous and kills Tyree daughter in the midst of him robbing Tyree stash spot. That's when things gets crazy! Jackson, Mississippi Hood Film!" Be on the lookout for more short films and hood films from Chambers in the near future.

Monday, April 4, 2022

Ellen DeGeneres Helps Jennifer Lopez Prep for Her Las Vegas Show

 


What happens in Vegas goes on TV. Watch as Ellen visited J.Lo at her residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and helped the superstar prep for her show.


Watch as Ellen DeGeneres, wearing a hilarious costume, visits Jennifer Lopez in her dressing room to inform the "Jenny From the Block" singer that she's going to be her go-to gal in case of emergency.

Friday, April 1, 2022

Jennifer Lopez and Ellen DeGeneres Play ‘Danger Word’

 


In honor of her new movie “Marry Me,” Jennifer Lopez and Ellen played a game of “Danger Word: Couples Edition” with longtime couple Daniel and Kelsey. However, Kelsey had no idea that it was a set-up since Daniel proposed at the end of the messy game! Ellen DeGeneres then surprised the couple with a honeymoon trip to St. Lucia!

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

Jennifer Lopez Plays Who'd You Rather?

 


We never would have taken J.Lo for a Harry Styles fan. The singer was cornered into a game of “Who’d Your Rather” while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

"No Time To Play Fair" (Chicago Hood Movie) | @Fairplay_2333 @SSDFPodcast

This is the highly anticipated full movie of the Chicago film "No Time To Play Fair". Chicago rapper FAIRPLAY 2333 writes and directs his first movie depicting the harsh realities of growing up in Chiraq, where a GREAT day can turn bad and a bad day can turn deadly. So take a journey with Fairplay as he gives you the real reality of growing up in Chicago.

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

How Jennifer Lopez scored the role of Selena

 


The former In Living Color Fly Girl beat out thousands of other young hopefuls when she was cast as slain Latinx singer Selena Quintanilla-Pérez in the 1997 biopic, Selena, which premiered in theaters a quarter-century ago on March 21, 1997.


"I remember Marcella gasping and saying, 'Oh, she dances just like Selena,'" Nava recalls. "And we went, 'She's the one. She is the one.' She has the talent, the ganas [desire] and the passion to really channel the spirit of that beautiful young woman."

Monday, March 21, 2022

Jennifer Lopez and Ellen DeGeneres - ‘5 Second Rule’

 


Watch the extended version of Jennifer Lopez and Ellen DeGeneres playing a game of “5 Second Rule”! Find out what J.Lo’s nicknames are for her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, and what she cooks for her kids.

Sunday, March 20, 2022

Kanye West vs Ellen DeGeneres - 5 Second Rule

 


Kanye West also played “5 Second Rule” with Ellen DeGeneres, but in an equally hilarious turn of events, he kind of refused to participate. The premise of the game is that you have five seconds to give three different answers to one question. But instead of playing by the rules (because what’s the point of that), Kanye just did his own thing.

Jay-Z to Coproduce two Projects for Netflix

 


JAY-Z and "The Harder They Fall" director Jeymes Samuel are teaming up again! This time, it's for Netflix's adaptation of the comic-book series "Irredeemable" and its spinoff, "Incorruptible." While the release date hasn't been revealed yet, we do know that Samuel is set to direct the upcoming films and JAY-Z will coproduce both projects. Meanwhile, Keith Powers, who's also known for his work in 2020's "Soul" and the upcoming "Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse," is handling the scripts.

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