In AppleTV’s new documentary Billie Eilish : The World’s a Little Blurry , director R.J. Cutler captures the type of chaotic, thrilling year in the life of a pop star that few filmmakers get to access. The doc follows Eilish from the final weeks of recording her massive debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go to the 2020 Grammys, where she swept the four main categories. Much of the feature flows like home-video footage, with Eilish’s parents and brother-producer Finneas O’Connell taping some of the more intimate moments of her rapid rise to the top of the charts. The World’s a Little Blurry offers a window into the teenage superstar’s private world, even the parts she’s previously kept hidden from the public eye. Related Billie Eilish to Host 'The World's a Little Blurry' Livestream Event Billie Eilish Teases New Album Made in Quarantine on 'Colbert' Related The Best Audiophile Turntables for Your Home Audio System 'Silence of … [Read more...] about Billie Eilish’s New Doc ‘The World’s a Little Blurry’: 8 Things We Learned
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After all this wait and a day of decoding the fake titles Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, and Tom Holland posted earlier on their respective Instagram accounts, we finally have the official title for the third Spiderman film , and it's called Spider-man: No Way Home . And that was some cool way to reveal the title as well. Not via an official announcement, but via a short video in which Spider-Man stars discuss how Jon Watts gave them fake titles earlier. As the actors discuss how Holland has previously given spoilers, the camera leaves them and zooms in on a whiteboard where the executives have written different title suggestions before settling down for No Way Home. Take a look a the reveal below: And here's that whiteboard that's giving out hints for us geeks to decode . RELATED: BossLogic's New Spider-Man: No Way Home Fan Poster Hints at WandaVision Connections Or probably they are all jokes from Jon Watts and the other producers. But certainly, we can't wait till December to … [Read more...] about Spider-Man: No Way Home Whiteboard Decoded: What Does It All Mean?
Elle King and Miranda Lambert have teamed up for the exhilarating new duet “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home),” which marks the former tourmates’ second recorded collaboration after the CMA-winning cover of “Fooled Around and Fell in Love.” King wrote the uptempo “Drunk” with Martin Johnson (who also produced the track) and it was recorded pre-pandemic in Nashville and New York. The song steadily builds anticipation in the verses with syncopated percussion, sustained low-end piano notes, and backing “oohs” to complement King and Lambert’s more aggressive vocal attack. When the chorus hits, it’s neon-spattered, banjo-flecked euphoria that fits perfectly with the idea of blowing off steam well into the wee hours. “We don’t gotta wait until the weekend/There’s always time to jump in off the deep end,” Lambert sings, with King concluding in a cathartic shout, “So don’t you wait up tonight, don’t worry I’ll be fine/Baby I’m drunk and I don’t wanna go home.” “The true … [Read more...] about Elle King and Miranda Lambert Duet in ‘Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)’
N early five years into the recovery from the Great Recession, the American economy remains fundamentally broken. Inequality is getting worse: Ninety-five percent of income gains since 2009 have gone to the top one percent of earners. Private employers have added more than 8 million jobs, but nearly two-thirds are low-wage positions. The American worker’s share of the national income is as low as it’s been in the six decades since World War II. But even as most Americans struggle just to tread water, corporate profits have soared to record highs. Why It’s Time to Start Pushing For a Minimum Wage Hike Worse: The bottom rung of the economy is growing crowded; 3.8 million Americans – the equivalent population of the city of Los Angeles – now labor at or below the minimum wage. And that wage itself has lost more than 12 percent of its value since it was last hiked to $7.25 in 2007, due to inflation. In a more prosperous era, the stereotype of a minimum-wage worker was a teenager … [Read more...] about Hey, Washington! The Pay Is Too Damn Low: The Minimum-Wage War
Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. Paramount+, a new, updated version of the CBS All Access streaming service is officially launching on March 4. It’s the latest entrant in the “streaming wars,” which includes NBC’s Peacock , Discovery+ , Disney+ , HBO Max , and established services like Netflix and Hulu We’ve compiled everything you need to know about Paramount+ right here, so you can decide whether it’s worth it for you. It’s A Great Deal Compared To Most Streaming Services, Especially Right Now Paramount+ costs $4.99 per month for a basic plan, or $9.99 for an ad-free subscription. This puts it on par with services like Discovery+ , which costs $5.99 per month, and NBC’s Peacock , which has a limited free tier but costs $9.99 for a premium plan. Related This Special … [Read more...] about What is Paramount+? Here’s What to Know About the New Streaming Service