Bryson Tiller Drops New Album, ‘True to Self, ’ a Month Earlier

At 12: 03 a. m. ET on Friday a press release arrived from RCA calmly stating “ BRYSON TILLER’S BRAND NEW ALBUM ‘ TRUE TO SELF’ AVAILABLE NOW AT ALL DIGITAL SERVICE PROVIDERS! ” — a month ahead of schedule. The fast-rising R& B singer/rapper had announced just two weeks ago that the project would be arriving on June twenty three. The album… Read more »

Adam Sandler at Cannes: ‘I Do not Want to Let Anybody Down’

Adam Sandler rocked Cannes a few years ago with “Punch Drunk Love, ” proving to the world that he really can act. On Sunday in the South of France, he returned in order to character-actor mode with Noah Baumbach’s “The Meyerowitz Stories. ” In the Netflix comedy, Sandler plays one of two brothers (alongside Ben Stiller) inside a dysfunctional New… Read more »

CANNES: Filmax International Takes Paul Urkijo’s ‘Errementari’ (EXCLUSIVE)

CANNES — Barcelona-based Filmax International has taken many rights to fantasy horror “Errementari – The Blacksmith and the Devil, ” the feature debut of Basque country-born Paul Urkijo Alijo. The new acquisition will be presented in order to buyers for the first time at the Cannes Marché du Film. “ Errementari” is godfathered and created by celebrated Spanish director Álex… Read more »

Blink-182’s Travis Barker Buys Second Home in Calabasas (EXCLUSIVE)

BUYER: Travis Barker LOCATION: Calabasas, CA PRICE: $2, 825, 000 DIMENSION: 7, 196 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Even though he already is the owner of a significantly larger and far more expensive mansion in the guard-gated plus celeb-stocked Oaks development in Calabasas, property records reveal Blink-182’s rock and roll star drummer Travis Barker coughed up $2. 825 million for a… Read more »

‘Icarus, ’ ‘Year of the Scab’ to Open, Close AFI Docs

Netflix’ s “ Icarus” and ESPN Films’ “ Year of the Scab” will be the opening and closing evening films at this year’ s AFI Docs. The 2017 event is planned to be held from June 14-18 in Washington, D. C. plus Silver Spring, Md. “ Icarus, ” pictured, is Bryan Fogel’ s documentary as he sets out to discover the truth about doping… Read more »

5 Things to Know About the Next Battle Over Net Neutrality

The last period that net neutrality was one of the raging policy debates in Deb. C., protesters routinely appeared outdoors FCC headquarters, demonstrators blocked the particular FCC chairman’ s home driveway to prevent him from getting to work, and John Oliver helped ignite an outcry that led to almost 4 million comments to the agency. Based on the… Read more »

Tribeca Film Review: ‘The Public Picture Is Rotten’

A good music documentary is more than a footnote to a band’s career — it can station, and heighten, the excitement that made the band memorable. For the reason that spirit, there is much to be mentioned for “ The Public Image Is Rotten, ” which casts its eye back over the sprawling, tempestuous, gnarly, ever-mutating career of General public… Read more »

Uncommon Atmospherics at Beijing Festival Starting

The opening ceremony of the seventh edition of the Beijing International Film Festival took place Sunday night time amid a tight security cordon at Huairou, and the wind blowing white lint from the poplar trees that will surround the city. As well as a spectacular long term theater, the far-flung Beijing region is home to China Film Group’s… Read more »

Every day Mail Apologizes to Melania Trump, Pays Damages in Defamation Situation

Melania Trump has have scored a victory over Britain’ s Daily Mail, which apologized towards the first lady Wednesday and decided to pay damages over an article that suggested she once worked as an escort. Trump sued the paper and its Mail Online website in February over the article, which appeared last August. A settlement was announced in… Read more »