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SHOCKING TWIST! Kevin Spacey Is Free of Charges
 2019-07-18 02:53:37 ET by Jack Anderson

In a shocking twist, prosecutors have dropped the charges against Kevin Spacey in the case where his accuser was stating that Spacey allegedly groped him in a Massachusetts restaurant in 2016.

One of the key element from the case was a phone chat discussion between the accuser and his girlfriend. But during the trial, he was asked why some of the messages had been deleted. His answer? Pleading the Fifth Amendment.

This lack of evidence made the court think that he actually manipulated evidence in order to seek money from the successful actor.

Seeking "mental distress and emotional injuries", the accuser went home with nothing and Kevin Spacey is free of charge. Some could say that the charges fell... like a house of cards.

What will that mean for the career of Spacey? Obviously, the actor wants to come back, as he showed in a rather bizarre but popular video he sent on YouTube six months ago:

Do you think Kevin Spacey should come back into the Hollywood lights? Do you think a 7th season of House of Cards should be produced? Tell us below.

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Listen to an Exclusive New Song by... Freddie Mercury!
 2019-06-23 09:05:15 ET by Jack Anderson

Twenty-seven years after his death, Freddie Mercury just released a new song! Yes, you read it right.

For the first time ever, after four decades buried deep in the vaults, a previously unreleased version of ‘Time’, recorded in 1986 by Freddie Mercury for the concept album of the hit musical of the same name, has finally emerged after two years of work by the globally successful musician, songwriter and producer Dave Clark, a long-time friend of Freddie’s, using the song’s full title, ‘Time Waits For No One’.

‘Time Waits For No One’ shows Freddie Mercury at his most compelling; a completely stripped-down performance, accompanied by just a piano, showcasing one of music’s most beloved and show-stopping voices.

Listen to it below:

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Listen to Taylor Swift's New Single, 'You Need To Calm Down'
 2019-06-16 10:17:11 ET by Claire Cooper

Taylor Swift has released this week a brand new single.
Titled 'You Need To Calm Down', song is the second single from her upcoming seventh studio album, 'Lover', which will be released in August.

Check it out below:

In only a couple of days, the song has already been listened to more than 10 million times on YouTube alone.

Her previous single, 'ME!', is clocking at 200 million views in less than two months.

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Madonna Releases 14th Studio Album Madame X
 2019-06-15 11:40:54 ET by Claire Cooper

Madonna released this week her and fourteenth and latest album. Titled Madame X, the 56-minute album contains 13 tracks.

Logically, Madonna is currently on a media frenzy, doing many interviews, such as this 20-minute one with NBC's Harry Smith:

If you haven't heard it yet, here are some tracks released on YouTube.

Crave, featuring Swae Lee:

Dark Ballet:

Future, featuring Quavo:

I Rise:

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JUST MARRIED! Chris Pratt & Katherine Schwarzenegger
 2019-06-10 06:14:31 ET by Claire Cooper

Movie star Chris Pratt just sent a new message on Instagram, revealing that he and Katherine Schwarzenegger have gotten married over the week-end.

The star of Jurassic World went on to explain that he married the daughter of Terminator during an intimate, moving and emotional ceremony.

Here is the message he sent on Instagram:

"Yesterday was the best day of our lives!
We became husband and wife in front of God, our families and those we love. It was intimate, moving and emotional. We feel so blessed to begin this new chapter of our lives. We are so thankful to our families and our friends who stood with us and grateful to Mr. Giorgio Armani who created a once in a lifetime dress for Katherine to wear and for me, the perfect suit. This morning we feel nothing but blessed."

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Special Evening with Vladimir Cosma In The Eldorado Theater
 2019-06-08 03:49:58 ET by Gruic

This Wednesday, the Eldorado theater in Dijon (France) had the privilege to present music composer Vladimir Cosma, for an event evening dedicated to his career. A talented violinist himself, long-time collaborator with filmmakers Yves Robert, Claude Zidi or Gérard Oury, Cosma has signed the soundtracks from many timeless classics, from The Party to The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe, Knock on Wood or The Dinner Game.

Organized by Philippe Gonin, Senior lecturer in musicology, the evening begins with a short concert. Indeed, four musicology students, Katie, Anne-Elisabeth, Elodie and Adèle, made their instruments speak in order to replay some cult pieces from Vladimir Cosma's career. The composer then returned to the room to the applause of the audience.
The latter was then lent to an exchange hosted by Séverine Abhervé, Doctor of Cinema. Tvore has detached for you the synthesis and analysis below.

1) Arranger for Michel Legrand
Upon his arrival in France, Vladimir Cosma began as an arranger in the service of the renowned professional and composer Michel Legrand, who lacked the time to do all the work that was entrusted to him. The young Vladimir Cosma will thus work as a good second for 5 years, accumulating a varied experience with a man he loved very much. A positive experience that he advises all young people entering the profession: learning alongside someone from the community brings knowledge that cannot be learned on the school bench.

2) Beginning of solo career
One day, Michel Legrand received a call from Yves Robert who offered him to work on his next film, but he refused because he was about to leave for several months to work in the United States. Desperate, Yves Robert asked him if his "little young man" would not be available, but Michel Legrand replied that no, he was going with him to the United States. Vladimir Cosma is saddened by this missed opportunity and insists on joining Michel Legrand, promising him that he will join him in the United States as soon as the project is finished "I would love to make this film". Finally, his mentor answers the phone, calls Yves Robert and says, "I'll give you a gift." Thus Vladimir Cosma obtained his first soundtrack signed for the film Very Happy Alexander.

3) Finding your way
Vladimir Cosma did have his style, but it had been put at the service of Michel Legrand and could thus be assimilated to him. In fact, how do you find your way? How can we ensure that the public would never say "he does Michel Legrand?” The young composer's idea was to propose musical themes revolving around a solo instrument. A strong instrument, which stands out from the crowd, producing a melody that remains in memory. He imported the pan flute from his native country to compose the main theme of the film The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe. But here it is, originally, he was asked for a toupee of the James Bond theme and he was then particularly out of the scope of the request. When the film was shown in camera to the bigwigs around the film, the atmosphere was gloomy, and scriptwriter Francis Veber felt that the problem came precisely from this pan flute. Shot down, Vladimir Cosma did not sleep at night. The next day, the director Yves Robert called him to discuss the famous theme and asked Vladimir Cosma what he thought of it. The composer didn't deny it "If you want me to make you a James Bond toupee, I will, but according to me it's with the pan flute that the film works". After reflection, Yves Robert took the side of his composer and left the tape unchanged. When it was released, the film was a huge success and its music marked the history of soundtracks. Obviously, this did not affect the agreement between Vladimir Cosma and Francis Veber either, since they would collaborate again on other films later.

4) Music in freewheel mode
For Vladimir Cosma, it is obvious that music can have a life beyond the film for which it was composed. Some films may be forgotten as their soundtracks survive. They then acquire a life of their own.

5) Giving depth
Vladimir Cosma has always refused to be seen as a humorous film composer. He hates the term "comedy music" and has never sought to create this kind of music. Whatever scene he had to accompany musically, even if it was a funny scene, the composer systematically sought to develop depth. No crazy, no burlesque, always with feelings.
Despite everything, prejudice is hard to overcome. Vladimir Cosma remembers being mediated as making "Prisunic music". Despised, never serious enough.
Fortunately, time transcends stereotypes and its work is now recognized worldwide. Played in concerts, his music has conquered new generations, confirming Vladimir Cosma's status as a master of the genre.

Our next news on music will be focused on Paul Misraki.

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Bradley Cooper Splits with Girlfriend Irina Shayk
 2019-06-07 11:17:10 ET by Jack Anderson

It's now official, actor Bradley Cooper has split with his longtime girlfriend Irina Shayk, four years into the relationship.

Earlier this year, many fueled speculations about Bradley Cooper possibly having an affair with pop singer Lady Gaga, following their very intimate relationship in and after the movie A Star Is Born.

Today, the Internet is running wild with many hoping that the imaginary romance will come to fruition, but inside sources are saying that Gaga has "nothing to do with it."

In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Lady Gaga had already confronted the rumor by saying "Yeah, people saw love, and guess what? That’s what we wanted you to see. (...) I’m an artist. I guess we did a good job. Fooled ya!"

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DEATH STRANDING: Release Date Revealed With A Huge Trailer
 2019-05-29 15:40:15 ET by Gruic

At last, the mysterious and attracting Death Stranding is presented to us as a 2019 game. The new born of Hideo Kojima, dad of Metal Gear Solid, will be release november 8, 2019, on PS4.

Watch below the huge trailer and strip away the veil of one of the most secret gameplay of the history of the Playstation 4.

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Kit Harington Checks Into Treatment Facility
 2019-05-29 12:52:51 ET by Jack Anderson

Game of Thrones has just ended, with a bold ending that many fans did not expect, and many are struggling to deal with the end of the series, just as they would with losing someone dear. Game of Thrones was that big and that emotional for some.

But fans are not the only ones who struggle to let go. Now, Kit Harington, the actor behind Jon Snow, has just checked into a treatment facility, in order to focus on some personal problems, we learned today.

When talking about the final shot of his character in the series, he said "they called, 'Wrap!' And I just f---ing broke down. It was this onslaught of relief and grief about not being able to do this again."

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Peggy Lipton Passes Away at 72
 2019-05-12 03:31:54 ET by Jack Anderson

She was 72. Margaret Ann "Peggy" Lipton, born August 30, 1946 passed away yesterday.

An American actress and model, Lipton became an overnight success through her best-known role as flower child Julie Barnes in the ABC counterculture television series The Mod Squad (1968–1973) for which she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama in 1970.

Her fifty-year career in television, film, and on stage included many roles, including Norma Jennings in David Lynch's Twin Peaks. Lipton was formerly married to the musician and producer Quincy Jones and was mother to their two daughters, Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones, who also became actresses.

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