Keanu Reeves Stops A ROBBERY at a convenience store, hard to believe

Keanu Reeves Stops A ROBBERY at a convenience store, hard to believe

New Silverspot Cinema Planned in The Battery Atlanta Including 2020 Timeline

Silverspot Cinema is moving forward in The Battery Atlanta but won’t open this year as originally announced.

Films In France: The 10 Best Cinemas In Paris To See A Movie

If you’re a movie buff, then you’ll discover cinemas in the French capital that will not disappoint. Whether you want to marvel at the wonders of avant-garde filmmakers, or simply find a cosy cinema-house in which to enjoy a Hollywood blockbuster, there’s a great choice of places to go. Some of the cinemas are even on river barges! Here is our list of 10 of the best.

Intergalactic Art Cars From Burning Man Have Landed on Las Vegas Strip!

Art cars are a staple at each year’s Burning Man. But, what were once just golf carts used to get festival-goers safely around the desert landscape have evolved into something magical. Now, checking out the wild range of art cars is a highly-anticipated activity at Burning Man — these four-wheeled creations are many Burner’s favored form of artistic expression. It’s not uncommon to see fire-breathing dragons cross paths with a Game of Thrones-inspired mini-car when on the playa. But, thanks to Lyft, art cars finally had their day on the Las Vegas strip! It’s the second time the ride-sharing company Lyft has partnered with Fired Up Management, Read More

“Shallow” Is Part Of A Dying Breed Of Academy Award Winning Love Songs

“You’ll know before the dance is through that you’re in love with her and she’s in love with you.” That lyric is from the very first Best Song Oscar winner, “The Continental,” from the 1934 Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers musical, “The Gay Divorcee.” It’s a celebration of the power of dance to ignite the flames of desire. Now “Shallow,” a more clear-eyed view on matters of the heart (“Ain’t it hard keeping it so hardcore?”) from “A Star Is Born” is part of that Academy Award tradition. But the fact is, such honored love songs are becoming a rarity. It used to be that romantic tunes Read More

Grammys 2019 Nominees: This Is The Complete List Of Nominees

The 2019 Grammy nominees have been unveiled, and as always, there are plenty of surprises in the Big 4 categories and more than a few tight races that should prove almost impossible to call. On Friday’s (Dec. 7) CBS This Morning, 2018 best new artist winner Alessia Cara, Apple Music host Zane Lowe, Janelle Monae and Shawn Mendes announced select categories, with the full list being revealed shortly thereafter on Grammy.com. The announcement was pushed back from Dec. 5 due to President George H.W. Bush’s funeral. The two most-nominated people at the 61st annual Grammy Awards are both hip-hop. Kendrick Lamar leads with eight noms, and Drake Read More

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A Few Interesting Facts You Probably Don’t Know About The Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is arguably the most exciting event for football fans across the country. The Super Bowl has been around since 1967. It’s the second biggest eating day of the year for Americans. Some tickets to the Super Bowl can cost nearly $100,000. Every February, talk of the Super Bowl is pretty much inescapable. And the 2019 Super Bowl is no exception. Everywhere you turn, football fans are discussing who will win, who will perform, and which ads will have everyone talking the next day. So, what else is there to learn about the big game if it’s all anyone can talk about? There are actually Read More

How the CIA Helped Shape the Creative Writing Scene in America

In May of 1967,” writes Patrick Iber at The Awl, “a former CIA officer named Tom Braden published a confession in the Saturday Evening Post under the headline, ‘I’m glad the CIA is ‘immoral.’” With the hard-boiled tone one might expect from a spy, but the candor one may not, Braden revealed the Agency’s funding and support of all kinds of individuals and activities, including, perhaps most controversially, in the arts. Against objections that so many artists and writers were socialists, Braden writes, “in much of Europe in the 1950’s [socialists] were about the only people who gave a damn about fighting Communism.” Whatever truth there is to Read More

‘Star Trek: TNG’ Home For Sale In Malibu, Part Of ‘The Survivors’ Episode

If you are a Trekker with a spare $5.695 million, you could acquire a cool Star Trek:The Next Generation souvenir. A Malibu, CA home that was the centerpiece of a SNG season three episode called The Survivors is on the market. In the episode, a rescue party from the USS Enterprise answer a distress call coming from a seemingly deserted planet. There, they discover an elderly couple who appear to have survived a world- devastating disaster. Later in the episode, the truth behind their survival comes out. The Malibu house and its grounds were depicted as surrounded by devastation through the magic of television in the episode. The actual Read More

Deliverance Actor Still A Mountain Man Over 45 Years Later

It’s been over 45 years since Deliverance made movie theaters squeal. The actor who played a notorious hillbilly villain is still a naturally entertaining character in Appalachia. In the hills of Haywood County, North Carolina, you’ll find a gate with a sign that warns “trespassers will be shot and survivors will be shot again.” Behind the gate is the home of a real rapid-fire character by the name of Herbert “Cowboy” Coward. Now in his 80s, a white beard is a steady source of entertainment. Cowboy constantly cracks jokes while shuffling around his property with a six-year-old pet squirrel named “Angel” on his shoulder. “I love my Read More