Troye Sivan has released his latest single, “Animal,” off his forthcoming album Bloom.
The song is a slow, haunting expression of aching love, that belongs in the climax of a romance film where someone is staring wistfully out a rainy car window. Sivan announced the track as one of his personal favorites.
Bloom is out August 31, and has so far seen the singles “My My My!,” “The Good Side,” “Bloom,” and “Dance To This,” the latter of which features Ariana Grande.
Oscar winner Steve McQueen’s new film Widows promises to be the gritty female-driven crime counter to the more comedic and glitzy Ocean’s 8.
Written by Gone Girl’s Gillian Flynn, it stars Viola Davis as a woman whose husband, Liam Neeson, turns out to have stolen millions from another criminal before his untimely death. Davis must rally other recently-widowed wives (Cynthia Erivo, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki) to pull off a big job in order to get the money and save all of their lives.
Colin Farrell, Brian Tyree Henry, Daniel Kaluuya, Jacki Weaver and Robert Duvall round out the star-studded cast.
The hotly anticipated documentary Susanne Bartsch: On Top, from directors Anthony & Alex, explores the actual person behind one of New York nightlife’s greatest living legends, and comes to theaters next month.
The film delves into Bartsch’s legacy in the Manhattan club scene, as well as her personal life as a mother and partner. RuPaul, Amanda Lepore and Bill Cunningham are just some of the big names to make appearances.
Susanne Bartsch: On Top opens theatrically September 7 in Los Angeles at Laemmle Monica Film Center, and becomes available on demand September 11.
The first trailer for Taraji P. Henson’s What Men Want has just arrived, and the film promises to be a blockbuster.
It’s a gender-flipped reboot of the 2000 classic What Women Want, where Mel Gibson could suddenly hear the thoughts of all the females around him. Henson drinks some magic tea and can magically get inside the brains of her male colleagues, including but not limited to Tracey Morgan and Max Greenfield.
The film was written by Nancy Meyers and directed by (a man, sadly) Adam Shankman.
Emma Stone and Jonah Hill are starring in a new Netflix series, by Beasts of No Nation creator Cary Joji Fukunaga.
The show is about a mind-altering substance that transports test subjects into alternate, ‘multi-reality brain magic shit’ dimensions. Justin Theroux also stars as a (hot) scientist in big glasses, and Sally Field as some sort of investigator.
The two Superbad alums appear to visit all sorts of locales thanks to the superdrug: a Renaissance world where Emma has viking braids, a forest where Emma has a statement red lipstick, and some high-tech chairs where both of them look pretty pale.
Maniac will be available for streaming September 21. Check out the trailer below.
Tootsie is coming to Broadway – and today the show has announced its premiere date.
The classic 1982 film was nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and Dustin Hoffman for Best Actor. It won one: Jessica Lange for Best Supporting Actress. It follows Hoffman’s character as he struggles to get acting work in New York City, before deciding to begin dressing as a woman and becoming a huge star.
The show will debut at the Marquis Theatre in New York on March 29, 2019, before opening officially April 23. Before New York, it will open in Chicago September 11.
Santino Fontana, nominated for a Tony in Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, will star alongside Lilli Cooper, Sarah Stiles, John Behlmann, Andy Grotelueschen, Julie Halston, Michael McGrath, and Reg Rogers.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Cinemark theaters nationwide will be offering all eight of the films.
Across the country, they will show the Harry Potter films from August 31 through September 6 as part of the company’s “Wizarding World XD Week.” The lineup will also include the 2016 film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Tickets to each film will be available for $5, and a pass to see all 9 of them is onsale for $25, complete with a collectible keychain, cup, and badge.
The new Fantastic Beasts film (trailer below) is in theaters November 16.
Robyn has performed her new (certified bop) single “Missing U” live for the first time, for Radio 1 in Ibiza at Café Mambo. While there, she also performed “Dancing On My Own,” “Call Your Girlfriend,” and “With Every Heartbeat.”
“Missing U” is Robyn’s first official solo release in 8 years – she last released Body Talk, the internationally sensational album that spawned a raft of hits.
Robyn has confirmed in recent interviews that her new album will come out this year. Take a look at her live performance below.