Now, the last time we saw Keanu and co. was earlier this year in San Francisco -- where the freedom fighters were revisiting another federal-looking, bank-ish type building ... reminiscent of the first flick when Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) was being held captive by the agents. … [Read more...] about Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Neil Patrick Harris Back on ‘Matrix 4’ Set
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D-Nice isn’t alone. Keith Urban played a small complementary drive-in gig for first responders in Nashville on May 14th as part of the Citi Concert Series, marking concert giant Live Nation’s first go at drive-ins in the U.S. Several other paid drive-in shows are moving forward now as well. The Texas Rangers will host eight concerts from four acts in Dallas outside of their new ballpark in June. At $40 per car or $80 for a VIP parking space toward the front of the stage, the first four shows sold out in minutes, with four added shows selling out in a few hours. The Tupelo Music Hall in Derry, New Hampshire is readying its second drive-in show this coming weekend, and rock band Spafford will play one at a drive-in movie theater in Mesa, Arizona on Sunday. California’s Tailgate Fest, a country festival going on its third year this August with Dierks Bentley as a headliner, had already toyed with the drive-in concept before the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Drive-in Concerts Are the Latest Test for Concert Promoters. But Will They Last?
Based on the 2012 children’s novel by K. A. Applegate, the clip features Ivan, a silverback gorilla voiced by Sam Rockwell. Mack (Cranston) raises Ivan from an infant, pushing him on a swing set and letting him live in his home. As Ivan ages into a 400-pound gorilla, Mack is seen working with him inside a suburban shopping mall. Ivan begins to express himself by painting and meets a recently-captured baby elephant (Brooklynn Prince), who makes him question his captivity. … [Read more...] about Watch Bryan Cranston Befriend a Gorilla in ‘The One and Only Ivan’ Trailer
MIZUNO: He’s always open to people giving their ideas, he takes them on and it feels like a very equal place. I’d say for me, a lot of the collaboration would be between me, Alex and Rob [Hardy], the DP, because this was the third thing we were doing together, the three of us. By this point, we’d developed this working relationship, which had always felt collaborative and also unique to the three of us. At the end of Devs, when Lily and Forest (Nick Offerman) are in the elevator and it crashes and she falls and then is crawling across [the floor] but suffocating, and dies, that effectively was a collaboration between me and Rob. [We were], not in a cute way, doing a dance. We would figure out how we would get to the right place at the same time and turn on the right beat to get the perfect frame and then fall to her death. Those are all things that we’d hash out together: What could we do that’s interesting? What could we do that’s beautiful and … [Read more...] about Sonoya Mizuno: Working On Alex Garland’s Drama ‘Devs’ “Always Felt Collaborative”
That’s bound to be the complaint about Little Creatures. Though this is a modest, enchanting album, those who equate creativity with complexity will undoubtedly dismiss it as old wave. But with the rest of the pop world still catching up to the brilliant Remain in Light, what could be more subversive than a clean and happy record? This seems to be the message of “Road to Nowhere,” the sly, bubbly single that closes the album. Byrne admits that he’s lost, but wanders happily toward nowhere because he’s got company. You can hear him smiling, and he doesn’t seem to care too much whether we follow or not. … [Read more...] about Little Creatures