charlie's angel music video

Don’t call them angels. You wouldn’t like it when you call them angels. Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey team up to make one of the oddest musical trios ever for “Don’t Call Me Angel,” a new song created for Elizabeth Banks‘ upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot. The girls don black outfits and matching black wings in the Charlie’s Angel music video to tell you exactly what happens when you call them angel.

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Black Mirror Nine Inch Nails Cover Song

While the new season of Black Mirror is a bit underwhelming, it does contain some bright spots. Most notably: Miley Cyrus performing a poppy, catchy Nine Inch Nails cover. Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker took the typically bleak NIN song “Head Like a Hole” and reworked it into the sunny, inspirational “On a Roll.” The cover is sung by (fictional) pop star Ashley O (Cyrus) in the episode “Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too”, and you can now listen to it in full.

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black mirror season 5 trailers

Just a week after Netflix dropped the first Black Mirror season 5 trailer with the surprise reveal that the star-studded season would consist of only three episodes, the streaming giant has released three new trailers. Each trailer teases one of the individual episodes from the fifth season of the Charlie Brooker techno-horror anthology series, along with the official titles for the episodes. Watch the Black Mirror season 5 trailers below.

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black mirror season 5 trailer

Black Mirror delights in shocking its viewers, but the biggest shock it pulled happened before its upcoming fifth season actually hits Netflix. The Black Mirror season 5 trailer reveals that the upcoming season will only consist of three episodes, down from the usual six-episode run. But those three episodes will possibly be the most star-studded Black Mirror has seen yet, with Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackie, Andrew Scott, and Topher Grace among the big names starring in the anthology series.

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Larry David Hosted Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live returned this weekend with the first of a back-to-back three-episode run leading up to week of Thanksgiving. To kick things off, we had Larry David returning to host for his second time at Studio 8H, but unfortunately it was nowhere near as noteworthy as his debut back in early 2016.

Larry David’s return to SNL was extremely average. Even the best sketches of the night weren’t particularly fantastic, but merely the best of the night. Many sketches felt like they were trying far too hard, including and especially the return of Larry David as Bernie Sanders, which was shoehorned in for no good reason.

Let’s run through all of the sketches from the Larry David hosted Saturday Night Live below.

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Tiffany Haddish and Chance the Rapper Hosting Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live already has the first three episodes of the 43rd season in the books, and they have another batch of three shows in a row in November leading up Thanksgiving. We already knew Larry David was hosting the first episode in November, but the next two hosts have just been announced, and they are not only first-time hosts, but surprising picks.

After Larry David hosts on November 4, Girls Trip and Keanu star Tiffany Haddish will take the stage the week after, and then recording artist Chance the Rapper will follow the week after that. If those names aren’t familiar to you, we’ll give you a rundown of who these stars are. Read More »

guardians of the galaxy 2 credits

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 flirts with self-parody in the home stretch, offering up five post-credits scenes to keep audiences in their seats. But these scenes aren’t lazy or dashed-off – some are funny little beats that tie up lingering threads from the main storyline, others lay the groundwork for future movies, and a few are are deeply nerdy references that exist to make Marvel aficionados cheer in their seats while their normal friends and family stare at them and wonder what the heck is going on.

And whether you understood exactly what was going on during the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 credits or were among those saying “What the heck?”, we’ve got something for you here. We’ve assembled everything you need to know about these scenes, including quotes from writer/director James Gunn and Marvel Studios president and producer Kevin Feige. Let’s dive in.

Major, major spoilers lie ahead, of course.

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crisis in six scenes trailer

If anyone was wondering what a television series written and directed by Woody Allen would look like, all they have to do is look at the rest of the director’s filmography. The first trailer for Crisis in Six Scenes, the new series he created for Amazon, could easily be mistaken for a preview of new Allen movie – it has self-deprecating jabs, a jazzy soundtrack, and that relaxed, slightly whimsical tone that has come to dominate so much of his later work. In other words, if the thought of a typical three-hour Woody Allen comedy spread across six chapters sounds appealing, this is the show for you.

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Woody Allen Crisis in Six Scenes Amazon series

Earlier this month, we got our first look at Woody Allen‘s Amazon series Crisis in Six Scenes. Allen wrote and directed the half-hour comedy’s six episodes, which stars Allen, Miley Cyrus, Max Casella (Blue Jasmine), Michael Rapaport (I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast), John Magaro (The Big Short), David Harbour (Stranger Things), and another filmmaker Amazon should maybe talk to about making a series, Elaine May (The Heartbreak Kid). Crisis in Six Scenes debuts next month, and you can now see some new photos from the series now.

Below, check out some images from the Woody Allen Amazon show.

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Crisis in Six Scenes Trailer

Right now you can check out the latest film from Woody Allen, the 1930s Hollywood comedy Cafe Society starring Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg, Steve Carell and more. But this fall, the filmmaker will take you to a different era with his first ever series, which will debut exclusively on Amazon.

As is customary with Woody Allen’s projects, the Amazon series has been under wraps for awhile. But with the Television Critics Association panels happening over the past week, we now have the title of the series, some new details, and our first glimpse in the form of a little teaser trailer (it’s really just a single scene). It’s pretty much exactly what you would expect from Woody Allen.

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