Meanwhile, Liam revealed last week his new solo single is "coming". Responding to a fan's tweet, asking when new music would be released, he said: "It's coming me lion patience no rush it's not like there's much competition out there you just relax brother (sic)." … [Read more...] about Liam Gallagher creates Sgt. Pepper clothing line to honour Beatles anniversary
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Last month, the news came out that NBC is working on a Rosemary’s Baby miniseries set in Paris. Today, NBC announced that they’ve found their Rosemary: Zoe Saldana. It’s an interesting move for Saldana, a film actress who has been in a few huge movies (namely Avatar and the two latest Star Trek films) — though she often finds herself in smaller, supporting roles, which this part definitely is not. Time will tell whether she’ll be more of a Mia Farrow or Don Draper Rosemary? … [Read more...] about Zoe Saldana to Star in
Press reports have linked him to a long list of glamorous singers and actresses, including Selena Gomez, Taylor Schilling, Taylor Swift, and his former co-stars Rebecca Ferguson and Halston Sage. Both Taylors quickly denied the rumours, and Zac remains tight-lipped about his romantic life at the moment. … [Read more...] about Meet Down to Earth star Zac Efron: his family, girlfriend, films and more
Which points to one of the great dilemmas of modern movies and TV: Just how do you make anything computer-related look remotely interesting? You can go the Blackhat route — a few CGI POV shots that take us swooping over circuit boards — or the Halt and Catch Fire route, which boils down to distracting us with funny ’80s hair. But either way, you ultimately end up with TV shows and movies about people … looking … at screens. (Or, if you want to expand out to include the audience, people looking at screens looking at people looking at screens.) Ironically, the more sophisticated we, the audience, get about technology, the harder it is for movies to cheat by using far-fetched visual conventions to goose the action. The talking, tic-tac-toe-playing computer in WarGames and the fantastically silly graphically rendered “hacking” in Weird Science both look totally ludicrous to modern eyes, but at least our modern eyes have something to look at. … [Read more...] about In the Age of Hacking, Is the Con-Artist Movie Genre Dying?
The Office (US) Yet another comedy we had to add to the list, the entirety of The Office US is available on Amazon Prime, and follows the lives of the office workers at Dunder Mifflin as they go about their working lives in a office that should be boring but is actually anything but. Watch to see Steve Carell as the irritating yet loveable boss Michael, John Krasinski as one of the only voices of reason as Jim, and Mindy Kaling as the hilariously annoying customer service rep, Kelly. … [Read more...] about 17 brilliant Amazon Prime Video TV shows to watch