Alexander Skårsgard stars in The Diary of a Teenage Girl, a 1970s set coming of age narrative that’s propelled by a star making performance from Bel Powley (as the “teenage girl”). To check out the actor’s experience about working on the film, please go to my post on Find Your Seen.
Directed by Elizabeth Banks, Pitch Perfect 2has taken over $280 million worldwide, so expect a huge reception when it comes out September 22 on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand via Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
Life after Mad MenforKiernan Shipkaapparently takes place in a seemingly remote countryside, surrounded by a domineering father and a healthy dose of family tragedy. At least that’s what the intriguing trailer to One & Twosuggests.
Meghan Linseycould have stayed in the country lane, but her successful journey on The Voiceproved that her creative passions can’t be placed in one little box. Her EP Believer, debuting Friday, July 31, is a testament to that aesthetic.
It’ll be hard for Cold War Kidsto top their insanely catchy, kick-ass song “First” (at least in my book), but thankfully this isn’t an outfit known for regurgitating similar sounds. Case in point is the release of their intentionally quick-trigger, frenetic track “One Song At A Time,” which is available on the band’s just released EP Five Quick Cuts.
As a lifelong fan of the Eagles and its members’ respective solo ventures, it’s great to know that Don Henley’s fifth studio album Cass County is set for a September 25 release via Capitol Records. The album, named for the Texas county where Henley grew up, will be available as a 12-song CD and digital album, a 16-track deluxe version, and a double disc, 180 gram Vinyl LP.
Grammy winning band Arcade Fire will release their movie The Reflektor Tapesaround the world starting September 24. The picture, directed Kahlil Joseph, hits screens for a limited time thanks to Event Cinema distributor Arts Alliance.