It’s been a long since I’ve done a giveaway, but this year expect more gaming news on Deepest Dream. A Sealed, Never used NBA 2K17 Legend Edition is up for grabs. Details after the jump.
Judy Collins is honoring a music colleague she’s admired for years, as A Love Letter to Stephen Sondheim hits DVD February 24. Collins’ passion for Sondheim’s compositions span several decades, starting with one of the artist’s most signature works.
A special screening of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story took place at The Tate Modern in London. Photos of the cast, as well as a review of the film, can be found after the jump:
Joe Anderson is an actor who’s been on my radar thanks to his work in Supremacy and, more recently, Abattoir. Both movies showcases his range, and it’ll be interesting to see it expand even further with My Father Die. More info after the jump.
We’ve embraced the singers in their auditions, seen them through battle rounds, watched them put their stamps on songs and cringed on cut nights. As we enter the finale for this season of The Voice, there is no clear cut favorite, which makes the stakes all the more with each act’s final performances. So let’s see how they did: Continue reading ‘The Voice’ Finale: Who Did It Their Way?
Annette Bening (The Grifters, In Dreams) will be honored at the Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) with a Career Achievement Award. Hosted by Mary Hart, the Film Awards Gala will be held January 2 at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
Director Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg, whose successful collaborations include the non-fiction narratives Deepwater Horizon and Lone Survivor, cover the events surrounding 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. During this weekend’s press conference, co-star Michelle Monaghan (The Path, Fort Bliss) talked about collaborating with the pair.
As reported by Entertainment Weekly, John Krasinski will serve as the narrator for Disneynature’s upcoming feature Born in China. Krasinski was seen this year in The Hollars (which he also directed) and the military drama 13 Hours.
It’s arguably one of the biggest nights of The Voice season. After getting down to a Top 12, the show has slowed the chopping block a bit recently allowing audiences to fully get behind their remaining favorites. But all that goes out the window tonight as the field is cut from eight to four, with the final four getting a chance to battle it out for The Voice crown next week. So who will move on? Let’s revisit Monday’s performances: Continue reading ‘The Voice Top 8’: Which Four Will Score?