Tag: TV

Nick Jonas – Spaceman Lyrics

Play this song [Verse 1] Houston, think we got some problems Find somebody who can solve ’em I feel like a spaceman I feel like a spaceman TV tells me what to think Bad news, maybe I should drink ‘Cause I feel like a spaceman I feel like a spaceman [Pre-Chorus] They say it’s a
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Algebra Suicide – Tractor Pull Lyrics

This evening, upon waking, I saw [?] saying, "I'm going to a tractor pull." And I didn't understand. Outside, it was dusk enough to make things invisible And I heard a car swerve as it skinned the elbow of an ugly child It didn't make the news, though I did wonder how hard it would
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$hyfromdatre – Go Bestfriend Lyrics

(INTRO) Da f*ckK Hold on- bitches got beef but don't wanna fight me Quit all that work hoe bite me- BITCH Hold on- Bitch you fat need a tummy tuck You dropping dis songs man bitch get your money up If you bout it then run up Used to be cool with this bitch But
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Dree Low – AINA ELLER FANS? Lyrics

[Intro] It's D-Note on the beat, yeah! Yei Gonzales [Refräng] Ser de titta, är det aina eller fans? Saliv på mickar, fyller fickorna med cash, ey Bröder kan vittna men inte varna med det här Vi brukar springa runt, skicka varorna med class ey Noll tax fullt med guld Fullt med cash här, fullt med
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Dree Low – Hyenor Lyrics

[Intro] Bara beats från MCaliste [Refräng] Dom kommer inte sluta tills vi nere Men fortsätt f*cking brinn jag snart på TV Med hyenor o' juniorer o' vi lever Gucci hatt o' Moncler yeah Dsquared jeans o' min BB [Vers 1] Jag svär de' fokus i varje steg jag tar Man tror det span på den
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Declan McKenna – Rapture (Acoustic) Lyrics

Play this song [Intro] La-la-la-la-la La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la La-la-la-la-la-la-la La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la [Verse 1] At first, you will find A prophecy of what could have been, you know You know, there’s all sorts of crap on the TV these days Now you won’t live after such disaster You’re a lot full of smashed-up cars Cross-hatched in the metal when
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Lana Del Rey – For Free Lyrics

[Verse 1] I slept last night in a good hotel I went shopping today for jewels The wind rushed around in the dirty town And the children let out from the schools I was standing on a noisy corner Waiting for the walking green Across the street he stood And he played real good On
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Moses Ingram on ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ and Joel Coen’s ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’

November 6, 2020 SHARE TWEET With writer-director Scott Frank’s The Queen’s Gambit now streaming on Netflix, I recently got to speak with Moses Ingram about making the fantastic limited series. If you haven’t seen the trailers, The Queen’s Gambit is based on the novel by Watler Tevis and follows Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), who was
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Nicole Beharie on Hulu’s ‘Monsterland’ and What She Learned from ‘Sleepy Hollow’

November 6, 2020 SHARE TWEET Directed by Craig William Macneill and written by Mary Laws (who is also the show creator), the episode of the Hulu anthology series Monsterland entitled “New Orleans, Louisiana” follows a socialite named Annie (Nicole Beharie) who is forced to face her past. Upon discovering a terrible secret about her husband
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Mark Strong on ‘Temple,’ ‘Shazam 2’, and Why He’s Upset About the ‘Dark Crystal’ Cancellation

November 5, 2020 SHARE TWEET The dramatic thriller Temple, which is available to watch through Spectrum on-demand, follows Dr. Daniel Milton (Mark Strong, who’s also an executive producer on the TV series), a haunted man who sacrifices everything out of his love for his wife by opening an underground surgical clinic. As the criminal underworld
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‘Castle Rock’ Cancelled at Hulu After Two Seasons

November 3, 2020 SHARE TWEET That’s all she wrote for Castle Rock, as Hulu has pulled the plug on the horror anthology series based on the works of Stephen King after two seasons. The news comes nearly a year after Season 2 premiered to disappointing ratings, only to be quickly forgotten amid a glut of
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Netflix Price Increasing for 2020: Here’s What’s Changing

October 29, 2020 SHARE TWEET i don’t know about you, but I love paying more money for things. Whenever I get a bill for something, I always scream to the heavens, “This amount of money is fine, but I want to give them more!” Thankfully, the gods of streaming listened to me, as Netflix is now raising
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‘After We Collided’ Stars Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin on Making an R-Rated Sequel

October 27, 2020 SHARE TWEET The romantic drama After We Collided, based on the novel of the same name by Anna Todd who also co-wrote the screenplay, tells the continuing saga of Tessa (Josephine Langford) and Hardin (Hero Fiennes Tiffin). In the aftermath of the shocking revelation about how their relationship was started, Tessa is
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‘Soulmates’ Creators on Season 2 Plans, and What’s Needed for Love Stories to Have Happy Endings

October 26, 2020 SHARE TWEET With Soulmates, creators Brett Goldstein and Will Bridges have set up a fascinating playground for telling stories about love. The first season of the AMC series is set in a world where a newly invented test can scientifically determine your perfect match — an opportunity which leads to no shortage
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The Collider Podcast, Ep. 286 – Why Aaron Sorkin’s Movies Succeed and Fail

October 26, 2020 SHARE TWEET  This week on The Collider Podcast we’re talking about writer/director Aaron Sorkin. We discuss all of Sorkin’s movies and TV series, his latest film The Trial of the Chicago 7, his strengths and weaknesses as a writer, why his work can be endearing even when Sorkin’s worst tendencies emerge, the
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Hulu’s ‘Helstrom’: Elizabeth Marvel & Robert Wisdom on Going to Dark Places for Their New Show

October 23, 2020 SHARE TWEET From show creator Paul Zbyszewski and based on the Marvel comic of the same name, the Hulu series Helstrom follows siblings Daimon (Tom Austen) and Ana (Sydney Lemmon) and explores the complicated family dynamic that arises when your father is a mysterious and powerful serial killer and your mother is plagued
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Here’s What’s New on HBO Max in November 2020

October 22, 2020 SHARE TWEET As Spooky Season draws to a close, the various streaming services also start the great re-shuffling of their movies and TV shows. We’re here to keep you up to speed, and below you’ll find everything hitting HBO Max in November, along with all the titles heading out the door. Some
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Armie Hammer on ‘Rebecca’, the ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel, and Sam Esmail’s ‘Gaslit’

October 22, 2020 SHARE TWEET One of the things I love about talking to Armie Hammer is he’s always willing to have fun and talk about anything. So when I found out I’d get an extended interview to talk about playing Maxim de Winter in director Ben Wheatley’s new adaptation of Daphne du Maurier‘s celebrated
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Here’s What’s New on Amazon Prime in November 2020

October 20, 2020 SHARE TWEET If you’re looking for what’s new on Amazon Prime Video in November 2020, you’ve come to the right place. Next month, the streaming service will launch Small Axe, an anthology of five original films set in London’s West Indian community all directed by 12 Years a Slave and Widows filmmaker
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‘Helstrom’ Creator on the Lessons From ‘Lost’ He Brought to the Marvel Thriller Series

October 19, 2020 SHARE TWEET From show creator Paul Zbyszewski and based on the Marvel comic, the Hulu series Helstrom follows siblings Daimon (Tom Austen) and Ana (Sydney Lemmon) and explores the complicated family dynamic that arises when your father is a mysterious and powerful serial killer and your mother is plagued by a literal
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Netflix Plans to Release Six Animated Movies A YEAR

October 10, 2020 SHARE TWEET A jaw-dropping revelation: Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos has teased the streamer’s plans to release six animated movies a year at some point in the near future. While the streamer has had some achievements in the animation category in the past, including scoring an Oscar nomination with the 2019 animated movie I
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The Best Halloween Movies and TV Shows on Disney+

October 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET Spooky season is upon us. And considering most of us still can’t leave our homes, the hunt for Halloween-appropriate viewing options has already begun. And while you aren’t going to find the out-and-out scariest options on Disney+, Disney’s direct-to-consumer streaming platform, there are some really great movies that will put
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The Scariest Video Games of All Time

October 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET It’s Halloween season and you know what that means! Scary movies, spooky TV shows, and ghost stories best enjoyed by a campfire or candle light. But there’s one medium that offers arguably the best spooky experience of all, one that allows you to both consume the story as it unfolds
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Radha Blank on Her Groundbreaking Art and Love Letter, ‘The Forty-Year-Old Version’

October 9, 2020 SHARE TWEET Radha Blank (She’s Gotta Have It) is ready to grace theaters and home screens with the release of her feature debut, The Forty-Year-Old Version. The critically acclaimed Sundance hit is loosely based on Radha’s journey of following her life’s passions, despite success in other forms, age, and criticism. The story follows Radha,
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‘The Sneider Cut’ Ep. 53: ‘The Batman’ Delayed, Doctor Strange and Electro Join ‘Spider-Man 3’

October 8, 2020 SHARE TWEET  On the latest episode of The Sneider Cut, your esteemed host Jeff Sneider weighs in on  Doctor Strange and Electro joining the cast of Spider-Man 3, as well as the week’s major release date changes, from The Batman, The Flash and Black Adam to Dune, No Time to Die and
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Every New Netflix Christmas Movie and Show Coming This Year

October 7, 2020 SHARE TWEET Spooky Season is far from over, but Netflix is already unwrapping its list of new Christmas movies and TV shows set to debut over the next two months. Below you’ll find a complete list of all the new holiday programming coming to Netflix in 2020, including the highly anticipated Netflix
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Rainn Wilson on the Unpredictable Journey of ‘Utopia’ and His Favorite Dwight Moment

October 7, 2020 SHARE TWEET From showrunner Gillian Flynn and inspired by the original British series, the Amazon Prime Video eight-episode conspiracy thriller Utopia follows a group of comic book fans who have bonded over their obsession with a seemingly fictional comic that they quickly realize is not only very real but very dangerous, as
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Chloë Grace Moretz to Star In Amazon’s Series Adaptation of William Gibson’s ‘The Peripheral’

October 5, 2020 SHARE TWEET Chloë Grace Moretz has been cast in a lead role in Amazon’s upcoming series adaptation of William Gibson’s The Peripheral. As reported by Variety, Moretz will play Flynne, a woman living in rural America in the near-future who witnesses what might be a murder while watching what she initially believed
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The Collider Podcast, Ep. 283 – ‘Fargo’, From Film to Television

October 5, 2020 SHARE TWEET This week on The Collider Podcast we’re joined by TV editor Liz Shannon Miller to talk about Fargo. We kick things off talking about the 1996 movie, how it compares to other works by the Coen Brothers, why it’s the quintessential Coen Brothers movie, its legacy, and more. We then move
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‘The Sneider Cut’ Ep. 52: ‘Ms. Marvel,’ Hawkman, ‘The Sandman’ and ‘Firestarter’

October 1, 2020 SHARE TWEET  On the latest episode of The Sneider Cut, your esteemed host Jeff Sneider weighs in on all the hot casting news of late, from the young newcomer tapped to play Ms. Marvel to Aldis Hodge‘s casting as Hawkman in DC’s Black Adam movie, and Oscar Isaac playing The Godfather director
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