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Ariana Grande is the new queen of Australia’s albums chart while Drake retains control of the market’s singles chart for a fourth...

Source Feed: Billboard.com Music News
Categories: chart beat


This post contains spoilers for “Game of Thrones” Season 6, Episode 6, titled, “Blood of My Blood.” To refresh your memory on where we left off, check out last week’s “Game of Thrones” recap. After the tragic death of Hodor and Summer in last week’s episode, Bran Stark was due for a win — and... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: tv, news, opinion, game of thrones, game of thrones recap, hbo

Shares of Pandora Radio rose 2 percent on Friday and are now up 32 percent in the past three weeks as rumors swirl that the streaming-music firm is...

Source Feed: Billboard.com Music News
Categories: news









Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass” topped the foreign box office, earning a respectable $65 million this weekend from nearly 80 foreign territories. However, the fantasy adventure is still staring at a write-down after bombing domestically, where it earned a meagre $28.1 million in its opening weekend. By the time it ends its run, the... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, box office, news, alice through the looking glass, the angry birds movie, x-men: apocalypse

Fox’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” opened in top spot at the Korean box office on Wednesday (May 25). Debuting on 1,258 screens nationwide, the Marvel-based superhero film earned $11.5 million from 1.63 million admissions over five days. The score is slightly lower than “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” which made $13.3 million from 1.91 million admissions in... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, asia, box office, global, news, korea, x-men: apocalypse

Hollywood movies occupied the four top spots at the Chinese box office over the weekend, but their scores and the combined cumulative performance were on the low side of ordinary by recent standards. “Alice Through The Looking Glass” opened in top spot with a three day weekend total of $26.3 million, deposing “The Angry Birds... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, asia, box office, global, news, alice through the looking glass, captain america: civil war, china


Donald Trump actually delivered a speech on energy policy this past week, but it was overshadowed by coverage of protests outside his rallies and his own invoking of ’90s scandals involving Bill and Hillary Clinton. Does a news environment of discord and disarray still work in his favor? On the latest edition of Variety‘s “PopPolitics”... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: biz, news, donald trump, gigi sohn, joe mantegna


“Top Gear,” the world’s biggest motoring show, relaunches in the U.K. on BBC on Sunday and in the U.S. on BBC America on Monday with a new lineup of hosts — led by Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc – and some fine tuning to the format, including a significant change to the “Star in a... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: tv, global, news, bbc, chris evans, matt leblanc, top gear

In a 2005 episode of “Entourage” a super-agent played by Malcolm McDowell tells Jeremy Piven’s Ari Gold that his eight-year-old daughter knew that Johnny Depp was going to be a star when she watched “Platoon.” “You showed her ‘Platoon’ when she was eight years old?” the hyper-caffinated Gold asks incredulously. The joke may be about... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, box office, news, alice through the looking glass, johnny depp, pirates of the caribbean

Often, when a film wraps and directors are asked about working with big actors, it’s all praise. It’s a different story, however, with “Begin Again” director John Carney and Keira Knightley. Carney, promoting his latest movie “Sing Street,” spoke about working with Knightley in 2013 drama “Begin Again,” saying he wouldn’t like to work with... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, news, begin again, john carney, keira knightley

It says a lot about where the James Bond series has been over the last few years that yesterday’s announcement by director Sam Mendes — that he is stepping down from the franchise after having directed two entries — was greeted by Bond fans from around the world with something less than a collective cry... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, columns, daniel craig, james bond, kathryn bigelow, sam mendes

Fox’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” and Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass” squared off over Memorial Day weekend, but both blockbuster hopefuls emerged bruised from this box office clash of the titans. The latest X-Men adventure easily topped the weekend, earning an estimated $65 million. It is on pace to pull in over $76 million over the... Read more »

Source Feed: Variety
Categories: film, box office, news, alice through the looking glass, the angry birds movie, x-men: apocalypse

"When we broke up, the group was Number One on the Billboard chart," N.W.A's DJ Yella, says. "I mean, groups don't break up at Number One. They break up at Number 1,000." "It was, like, shit – all good things come to an end," says bandmate MC Ren. N.W.A issued their...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music




Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of the release of Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment's Surf, the collective's acclaimed LP that heavily featured Chance the Rapper. To celebrate the occasion, Trumpet unveiled "The First Time," a seamless, 10-minute mix of unreleased material from the Surf sessions. "This is a collection...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music



At Billy Joel's concerts over the past year, the singer has often dedicated the performance of his 1974 single "The Entertainer" to Donald Trump, with one such shout-out occurring Friday night at Joel's monthly gig at New York's Madison Square Garden. While there is debate whether the dedication is...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music



Skrillex, who was named in the lawsuit filed against Justin Bieber over the hit "Sorry," has responded to the copyright infringement allegations. "SORRY but we didn't steal this," the producer tweeted alongside a video of how the songwriters crafted, and not sampled, the "Sorry" vocal hook at the center...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music


Every week, MTV’s writers and critics assemble and weigh in on new hotness, chart trash, and glimmers of hope in the pop music landscape. This week’s roundtable includes Meaghan Garvey, Hazel Cills, Jessica Hopper, Doreen St. Félix, Charles Aaron, Simon Vozick-Levinson, David Turner, Sasha Geffen, and Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib. Tiffany (티파니_), “I Just Wanna Dance” Embedded... Read more »

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Categories: music









Brooklyn rapper Joey Bada$$ has dropped his latest single "Devastated," which the Pro Era MC first debuted during his Coachella set in April. The uplifting, resilient cut finds Bada$$ singing on the radio-friendly chorus, "I used to feel so devastated / At times I thought we'd never make it / But...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music

Red Hot Chili Peppers unleash atmospheric funk on "The Getaway," the title-track of their 11th studio album, out June 17th. "Take me to the future," frontman Anthony Kiedis croons over Flea's minimalist bassline.  "The Getaway," available now on all major download and streaming services, arrives weeks after the release...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music

Arcade Fire's Win Butler and Régine Chassagne delivered a quirky DJ set this week during French street artist JR's exhibition "JR at the Louvre," held at Paris public garden Jardin des Tuileries. The husband and wife duo were joined by live percussionists as Butler spun tracks by David Bowie ("Oh! You Pretty...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music

Lee Brice was busy collecting songs for his I Don't Dance follow-up when he stumbled across "A Little More Love," a summertime anthem written by Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman, Natalie Hemby and Kristi Neumann. Something about the song's brotherly bounce made him reach out to Jerrod Niemann. Together, the longtime...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music

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Tom Petty kicked off an American tour this month with his old band Mudcrutch, but don't buy a ticket to the show expecting to hear "American Girl," "Free Falling" or any of his other big hits. This is a Mudcrutch tour, and they're doing Mudcrutch songs with the possibility...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music

Blake Shelton will headline a show at the Mother Church of Country Music next month. The Voice coach is Nashville-bound for both CMA Music Fest, where he'll perform at Nissan Stadium, and the Stars for Second Harvest show at the Ryman Auditorium, which will raise money for families in need...

Source Feed: RollingStone.com: Music

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