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Daily Archives: February 21, 2012
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Actress will return to ‘Saturday Night Live’ on March 3 with musical guest Jack White.
By Jocelyn Vena
Live from New York, it’s Lindsay Lohan! The embattled actress will host “Saturday Night Live” on March 3, the show has confirmed.
This will be the fourth time she takes the “SNL” stage, where she’ll be joined by musical guest Jack White. In a statement to CNN, her rep said, “Lindsay is very much looking forward to hosting SNL and working with the incredible cast, crew and writers to put on a memorable show.”
Her probation restrictions end in March, just in time for her to host. Meanwhile sources told TMZ that Lohan called up “SNL” head honcho Lorne Michaels asking if she could host an episode this season. After several conversations, Michaels and Lohan settled on the March date.
The source added that Lohan has always loved hosting the show and looks to Michaels as a father figure.
Since Lohan first hosted “SNL” back in 2004 at the tender age of 17, the actress has been through quite a lot, including multiple court appearances and several jail stints. In the years since, she’s had a hard time reigniting her once-thriving movie career. Most recently she was attached to a movie about mobster John Gotti. She last hosted “SNL” in 2006.
While Lohan has had a hard time booking movie gigs, she did make headlines when she appeared in Playboy in December. In the issue, the actress opened up about her public woes.
“Looking back, I probably would have listened to and taken more advice from the people whom I admire and would have followed through with it more,” she said. “My stubbornness at 18 and 19 years old got in the way. During the past five years, I’ve learned that time flies faster than you think, and because you only live once, you have to learn from your mistakes, live your dreams and be accountable.”
Will Lindsay Lohan make a good “SNL” host? Leave your comment below.
Running bass music, but I have a feeling the meter is way off. No matter how loud it sounds, I don’t think this is correct, holy crap… doors open 169??
The music decided to randomly stop near the end. Enjoy this compilation of pictures that we took while working on our catapult.
New comedy show to feature internet phenom <b>Stevie Ryan</b>!
See the videos and vote for you fave! <b>Lady Gaga vs. Madonna, Britney Spears vs. Rihanna</b> & more.
The Throne will kick off a 12-show European tour beginning May 20 in London.
By Rob Markman
International Hov and Martin Louis the King Jr. are taking their fan-favorite and critically acclaimed tour to Europe, where they recorded significant portions of their groundbreaking Watch the Throne LP.
The 12-show run kicks off May 20 at the O2 Arena in London and runs through Switzerland, Norway, Germany and Belgium, ending on June 13. As far as when Jay and ‘Ye will be bringing their ubiquitous hit “N—as in Paris” to its point of inspiration, the duo will be holding down two shows on June 1 and June 2 at Paris Bercy.
Jay and Kanye kicked off their WTT tour in October in Atlanta at the Phillips Arena. Noted for its unique set design with two rising pillars, the North American run of the tour found Hov and Yeezy bouncing off of each other perfectly, performing songs from both the Throne album and their individual catalogs. It was a gaudy display of hits that usually ended with the infectious “N—as in Paris” being performed multiple times — a record-breaking 11 times during their Vancouver stop.
The Throne 2012 European tour dates:
»5/20 London @ O2 Arena
»5/24 Switzerland @ Zurich Hallenstadion
»5/26 Denmark @ Herning Arena
»5/28 Norway @ Oslo Telenor Arena
»5/29 Sweden @ Stockholm Globe Arena
»6/1 France @ Paris Bercy
»6/2 France @ Paris Bercy
»6/3 Belgium @ Sportpaleis Antwerpen
»6/5 Germany @ Frankfurt Festhalle
»6/8 Ireland @ Dublin O2 Arena
»6/11 Manchester, UK @ MEN Arena
»6/13 Birmingham, UK @ LG Arena
Our tournament runs this week with matchups like: <b>Lady Gaga vs. Madonna, Britney Spears vs. Rihanna</b> & more.
Cast may instead put on a charity concert later this year to support its Give a Note campaign.
By Jocelyn Vena
After two successful runs in the past, “Glee” won’t hit the road this summer.
Despite earlier reports that the show would kick off another tour this year, a rep tells The Hollywood Reporter, “We currently have no plans of touring the cast this summer.” However, there are plans to hold a charity concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles later this year.
Proceeds from the show would benefit the “Glee” Give a Note campaign, which supports music education programs in schools.
Sources told Billboard.com that dates have already been discussed, but the show or shows are only in the planning stages. September seems to be the target date for the charity concert.
Although a concert tour had been discussed, the focus now seems to be on the charity gig. “We have been talking about continuing our work on a next phase of ‘Glee’ Give a Note,” said Jane Balek, Give a Note’s COO and assistant executive director of the National Association for Music Education. “But no definite projects were discussed.” She added that “Glee” creator Ryan Murphy and Fox are “truly supportive of the mission of NAfME and its Give a Note Foundation.”
Last year’s tour was later made into a 3-D film, “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie.” The film opened last August, and despite the show’s TV success, it failed to ignite the box office, profiting only $5.7 million in its opening weekend and landing at #11 that week.
Were you planning to see “Glee” on tour this summer? Leave your comment below.
Denzel Washington’s latest ekes out a win over ‘Ghost Rider’ sequel and ‘The Vow.’
By Ryan J. Downey
Denzel Washington topped the box office over the holiday weekend as a comic book sequel flamed out.
Two holdovers from last week, “Safe House” and “The Vow,” were neck and neck for the top spot during the four-day Presidents’ Day weekend and helped push box-office receipts to 11 percent over the same period last year. Washington’s “Safe House” was #1, with a four-day total of $28.4 million. “The Vow” followed just behind with $26.6 million, according to studio estimates.
“Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” was #3 with $26.4 million thanks to a very strong Monday. “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” opened at #4 with $25.7 million, followed by the debut of the Reese Witherspoon-starring “This Means War” at #5 with $20.4 million.
“Safe House” has made $82.6 million thus far, making it the second-best 10-day run for Washington, just behind “American Gangster.” The drama looks likely to pass the $100 million mark, which will make it the fourth movie in the 57-year-old actor’s career to do so. “The Vow” has earned $88.5 million thus far, which means it is now the highest-grossing movie ever for the Sony/ Screen Gems brand.
The second “Ghost Rider” film, based on the Marvel Comics antihero, opened with less than half of the 2007 original’s $45.4 million debut. Nicolas Cage reprises the role of Johnny Blaze in “Spirit of Vengeance,” which, despite featuring a darker take on the supernatural motorcycle rider (courtesy of the directing duo behind “Crank”), suffered even worse reviews than its predecessor. At press time, “Ghost Rider” sat at 27 percent on Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer, which averages reviews from critics, while the sequel sat at 15 percent.
The weekend’s other new wide release, “The Secret World of Arrietty,” was #9 on the box-office chart with $8.1 million. The debut for the animated film, which features English-speaking actors recording new performances in the Japanese film, met with Disney’s reported expectations. Similarly, the romance-meets-action of “This Means War” wasn’t far off from the debuts of similar fare like “Knight & Day,” “The Tourist” or “Killers,” all of which had mostly negative reviews and opened between $15 and $20 million.
“Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menance” in 3-D suffered a bigger second-week decline than the similar 3-D re-release of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” but still added enough to the prequel’s all-time box-office total to push it past the original “Star Wars” to become the fourth-highest-grossing film of all time. “Phantom Menace” made $10.2 million over the four-day weekend for a domestic theater total of $36 million for the 3-D version.
Two smaller but critically acclaimed pictures continued to benefit from awards season momentum over the weekend. The latest picture from Alexander Payne (“Sideways”), “The Descendants,” starring George Clooney, passed the $75 million mark, while silent film “The Artist” passed $25 million. Both movies are up for Best Picture at this year’s Academy Awards, among other nominations.
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