In the striking video, directed by Jessie Hill, Stone visits a nightclub in Mexico City, later leading dancers in synchronized movements throughout the city. “Darling, darling, I feel that I might break,” Stone sings repeatedly, over synths and horns. “You take my breath away.” … [Read more...] about Julia Stone Drops St. Vincent-Produced ‘Break’
Wailers like a rolling stone
“Between his personable style, and the exhaustive research behind his wonderful questions, Jim Miller managed to summon all the spirit and emotion of Almost Famous with the original cast,” Crowe said in a statement. “It’s a little bit of a magic trick. He put the band back together.” … [Read more...] about ‘Almost Famous’ Cast Reunites for 20th Anniversary Podcast
A rep for West declined to comment. The FEC confirmed to Rolling Stone that the Kanye 2020 committee filed their Form 1 Wednesday, but warned, “We cannot confirm the legitimacy of this filing so you may want to reach out to the treasurer listed in the filing.” … [Read more...] about A ‘Kanye 2020’ Committee Just Filed With the FEC, But Is It Legit?
There are a lot of breakout actresses on Orange, but you’re an old hand. Is it different from other shows that you’ve been on?Are You There, Chelsea?, where I played Chelsea Handler; it only went one season and we were all bummed. So I told my manager, “You know what? I’m gonna take a little break from TV and focus on doing movies and directing.” But then, because my manager knows my taste so well, he’s like, “You have to read this new script.” … [Read more...] about Laura Prepon on Playing the Femme Fatale of ‘Orange Is the New Black’
What was so disturbing to me is how you describe Ayla’s trajectory. She was a vegan and a feminist who gradually drifted into white nationalism. It reminded me of the phenomenon of cult-hopping, where some people jump from cult to cult. How common is that in white nationalism? How many of these women start out as seekers?Anyone who joins the hate movement is a seeker to some degree, and maybe there are circumstances that make them particularly primed to be recruited. They’re seeking something in that moment — maybe it’s power, maybe it’s meaning, maybe it’s money because they see a potential profit in running a subscription-based platform. That seems like a common thread among people. What they’re seeking can be really different. Corinna was seeking a sense of belonging. Ayla was seeking a creed. She had cycled through so many different religious and political beliefs, and considered herself a feminist and was a big supporter of Dennis Kucinich … [Read more...] about How Do Women Become White Supremacists?