‘Spinal Tap’: Judge Allows $400 Million Lawsuit to Proceed
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A judge denied Vivendi’s request to dismiss the $400 million lawsuit brought forth by the creators of This Is Spinal Tap. In Thursday’s ruling, U.S. District Court Dolly Gee ruled that Spinal Tap co-writer Christopher Guest’s lawsuit against rights holder Vivendi could continue to trial. However, fellow This Is Spinal Tap co-stars and co-creators Harry Shearer and Michael McKean and director Rob Reiner were dismissed due to the fact they joined the lawsuit as their respective “loan out companies” as...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s Most Badass Moments
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So as you may have heard, my muse, my flame, Julia Louis-Dreyfus has been diagnosed with breast cancer because bad things sometimes happen to amazing people.  Don’t even get me started on how much I love this woman. Like I honestly can write a dissertation or five about how amazing she is. But anyone who has even had a whiff of Julia’s presence – which you probably have because VEEP and Seinfeld are some of the greatest shows of all...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
NYC Nightlife Guide: The Hottest Spots To Party This Fall 2017
Nightlife

With every season, it seems, comes a new wave of must-go, must-Instagram, must-get drunk at hot spots boasting creative concepts, glamorous regulars, and, of course, an epic party scene. This fall, revelers are in for a vast array of watering holes, from an intimate 1970s lounge to a Bushwick warehouse sure to encourage ragers. Click through for New York’s new nightlife faves....

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Camila Cabello on Debut Album: ‘This Sounds Like Me and Only Me’
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Long before a dramatic she said-they said split from the girl group Fifth Harmony, Camila Cabello was planting the seeds for what is looking to become a fruitful solo career. She cracked the Top 20 with friend Shawn Mendes in 2015, and her collaboration “Bad Things” with Machine Gun Kelly topped off at Number Four. Following up the strong precedent set by those songs, the 20-year-old has been establishing herself as a versatile, budding pop diva with singles like “Havana”...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Victor Oladipo, 2 Chainz Call Out Trump’s Anthem Comments in New Single
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With the NBA season just around the corner, Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo has released the second single from his debut EP being released early next month. Titled “Rope a Dope” and featuring rapper 2 Chainz, the song serves as a response to Donald Trump, who recently criticized NFL players for taking a knee during the national anthem to protest social injustice. “I wanted to address what was going on and bring awareness to it, but in a positive manner,”...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Hear Drive-By Truckers’ Defiant ‘What It Means’ at Newport Folk Festival
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Patterson Hood considers himself to be a pretty cynical person. As one of the leaders of Drive-By Truckers, he’s spent the past 20-plus years channeling that cynicism into writing songs that expose the dark urges and broken promises of the American project in songs like “Putting People on the Moon,” “Goode’s Field Road” and most recently, “What It Means,” a meditative Black Lives Matter-era commentary on race and police brutality that appears on their excellent new album American Band. The...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
2017 Bluegrass Awards: Earls of Leicester Named Entertainer of the Year
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While bluegrass supergroup the Earls of Leicester (Shawn Camp, Jerry Douglas, Barry Bales, Charlie Cushman, Jeff White and Johnny Warren) earned their third consecutive Entertainer of the Year award at the 28th annual International Bluegrass Music Awards in Raleigh, North Carolina, Thursday night, the ceremony also presented honors to several first-time recipients. Musician Molly Tuttle became the first female artist in the organization’s history to earn the award for Guitar Player of the Year and singer Brooke Aldridge took home...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
‘Blade Runner 2049’ Review: Sequel to Sci-Fi Landmark Is an Instant Classic
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So what I can tell you about Blade Runner 2049 without having the spoiler police on my ass? Elvis is in it; ditto Sinatra. (I won’t say how for fear of reprisals.) I can reveal that the sequel runs 2 hours and 43 minutes – that’s 45 minutes longer than the 1982 original, based on Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? For Blade Runner junkies like myself, who’ve mainlined five different versions of Ridley Scott’s now iconic sci-fi...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
See Steve Martin Perform ‘Caroline’ With Stephen Colbert on ‘Late Show’
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Steve Martin and his Steep Canyon Rangers visited The Late Show Thursday to perform “Caroline,” the humorous first single off Martin and company’s new The Long-Awaited Album. The comic actor and his backing band of a decade were in fine form as they played the breakup song, with the performance augmented further by a strings section. During the song’s closing minutes, Stephen Colbert emerged from backstage to help the Steep Canyon Rangers sing the chorus. Martin previously shared his quirky music...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Review: Kamasi Washington Follows Up Acclaimed ‘Epic’ With Tidy Yet Complex EP
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California sax virtuoso Kamasi Washington became the world’s hottest jazz musician with 2015’s The Epic, a three-disc opus of funky, labyrinthine wailing longer than Apocalypse Now. His first release since trips to Coachella, Bonnaroo and the BET Awards is a tidy EP under 32 minutes, but it still manages to cover plenty of ground. Debuted as part of the 2016 Whitney Biennial, five short numbers warmly flirt with gentle Brazilian flourishes, smooth jazz and a slinky sound that feels like...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Watch Charli XCX Stage Giddy ‘Boys’ Sleepover on ‘Fallon’
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Charli XCX staged a giddy dudes-only sleepover for her Thursday Tonight Show performance of electro-pop single “Boys.”  The singer bounced around in front of a crew of men hanging out on bleachers, Pitchfork reports. Her male friends – wearing all-white, barely buttoned dress shirts and shorts – combed their hair, licked lollipops, held flowers, squeezed teddy bears and curled tiny dumbbells, among other ordinary activities. The vocalist released the bubbly “Boys,” and its...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Kelly Clarkson Details New Album ‘Meaning of Life’
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Following the release of new singles “Love So Soft” and “Move You,” Kelly Clarkson detailed her upcoming album Meaning of Life, the follow-up to 2015’s Piece by Piece. The 14-track album, due out October 27th, finds Clarkson reuniting with producers like Greg Kurstin (“Stronger”), Jason Halbert and Jesse Shatkin, as well as new collaborators like Mick Schultz, The Monarch and Nick Ruth. Clarkson also teams with members of Earth, Wind & Fire on Meaning of Life‘s “Whole Lotta...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Where’s Xur and What’s Xur Selling in ‘Destiny 2’: September 29th
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The tentacle-faced traveling salesman known as Xur has returned to Destiny 2, and this week he’s hanging out in the Giant’s Scar region on Io. If you look at your local map in the game’s Director guide, you’ll notice the Roman numeral IX northeast of the nearest fast-travel marker. “A peddler of strange curios, Xur’s motives are not his own,” the waypoint reads. “He bows to his distant masters, the Nine.” In D2, Xur’s currency of choice is no longer...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
See Owen Wilson, Ed Helms Search for Dad in ‘Father Figures’ Trailer
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Two brothers (Owen Wilson, Ed Helms) find out that the father they thought was dead may actually be alive, so they set out to find him in the upcoming comedy movie, Father Figures. But their quest leads to discovering more about their mother Helen Baxter (Glenn Close) than they ever wanted to know. After 40 years, Baxter reveals the truth to her sons, Kyle (Wilson) and Peter (Helms) Reynolds. “I wasn’t sure who your father was,” she says in the new...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Hear Beyonce in J Balvin, Willy William’s ‘Mi Gente’ Remix
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Beyoncé teams with Columbian singer J Balvin and French singer-producer Willy William in the remix of the duo’s song “Mi Gente.” Over the pulsating, genre-fusing dance track, Beyoncé sings in both Spanish and English. “My body stay wetter than the ocean/ And he say that Creole in my body is like a potion,” she sings. “I can be a beast or I can give you emotion/ But please don’t question my devotion/ I been giving birth on these haters ’cause...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Hear Talib Kweli’s Uplifting New Song ‘Heads Up Eyes Open’ With Rick Ross
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Talib Kweli has unveiled new song “Heads Up Eyes Open.” The track hails from his forthcoming album, Radio Silence, and features Rick Ross and Yummy Bingham. On the J Rhodes-produced track, socially conscious rapper Kweli spits keen observations about having beliefs, taking action and the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Talib Kweli’s Uplifting New Song ‘Heads Up Eyes Open’ With Rick...

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Friday, 29 September 2017
Mothers of NFL Players Pen an Open Letter to Donald Trump
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President Donald Trump called the protesting NFL players a “son of a bitch” during a rally last week, and the players themselves aren’t the only ones upset about it. A group of NFL moms wrote an open letter to the President of the United States, expressing their dismay at his message. “ believe in promoting a positive image of professional football players as athletes and young men This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Mothers of NFL Players Pen an Open...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
Cult Creator Swery’s New Game Will Let You Choose Between Playing a Cat or Dog
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The Good Life will allow its players to play either a cat or a dog, developer White Owls Inc. recently announced. The Good Life is the next game from cult-creator Swery, known for his Twin Peaks-esque game Deadly Premonition.  In The Good Life, players assume the role of a young photographer named Naomi, who’s come to the town of Rainy Falls This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Cult Creator Swery’s New Game Will Let You Choose Between Playing a Cat or...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
10 Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in October
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Sure, there’s a chewy LGBTQ true-crime doc, a stand-up comic’s most personal special yet, another new anthology show, a late-night talkfest starring Sarah Silverman, a standout movie from Noah Baumbach and not one but two historical serial-killer dramas. But what you’re waiting for is the return of Stranger Things, and rest assured, you’re about to have your Reagan-era nostalgia This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017
‘Vibrator Nation’: Inside the Rise of Women-Run Sex Shops
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It’s white, about twelve inches long with a bulbous head and a couple of buttons, and it became an icon of sexual liberation in the 1970s. It’s the Hitachi Magic Wand and, though it’s name has since changed, it’s still one of the most popular vibrators on the market today, available in brightly-lit boutique sex-toy stores across the country. Forty years ago, women bought their “personal This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Vibrator Nation’: Inside the Rise of Women-Run Sex...

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