Polaroid

15 Dec 18
CIARA RODGERS

Catalogue Statement for Memories of a Nervous System: My practice investigates uncanny vistas and defunct, disappearing buildings and technologies. I research theories surrounding the modern ruin, such as the contradiction between the utopic ideals of Modernity and its current tendency to evoke ideas of alienation, crime and dystopia. Forme, the solid aesthetics and materials of […]

15 Dec 18

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15 Dec 18
The Fashion Drone

Modeling as a career has become a much-vaunted choice now with thousands of aspirants chasing the dream of becoming the next super model. Gone are the days when you could just rely on your luck to get spotted, the chances of that happening are one-in-a-million now. Becoming a model now invoives discipline, effort and perseverance. […]

15 Dec 18
Rolling Stone
So what did we get this week, trailer-wise? How about: a revisionist take on an old-school superhero’s mythology and a TV show devoted to some new-school do-gooders; a tough-guy heist flick with some A-list names; the big-screen return of everyone’s favorite U.K. upper-crusters; and the return of your favorite giant fire-breathing lizard. Boom! Brightburn Remember when that baby fell to earth from a dying planet — let’s call it “Krypton,” because why not? — and was found by a kindly couple in the heartland? Then it turned out he was an alien who had incredible strength, heat vision and could fly, which he employed in the name of truth, justice and the American Way™? James Gunn, the man responsible for Guardians of the Galaxy, asks a simple question: What if, instead, the kid grew up to be a complete psychopath? And decided that his extraordinary powers didn’t necessarily needed to be used for good? Why someone has not redone the Superman origin story as a horror flick until now is a mystery — except for, y’know, the pesky copyright issues. But thankfully Gunn (in producer mode), his screenwriting brothers Brian and Mark, and director David Yarovesky seem to have found a way around that obstacle. It’s out May 24th, 2019. We have high hopes for this one. Downton Abbey For those of you who have dearly missed Lord and Lady Grantham, Mr. Bates and Mr. Barrow, Daisy and the Hexhams and the Mertons — we have veddy, veddy good news for you. Julian Fellowes’ popular British soap returns for more upstairs-downstairs tomfoolery (or Tomfoolery, in this case), only this time on the big screen. There’s no new footage in this teaser, only proof that yes, it’s really happening and will be in theaters next year (September 20th, to be precise). Keep those upper lips stiff until then. Godzilla, King of the Monsters The first trailer that this sequel to the 2014 reboot of the Tall, Green and Handsome lizard hinted that some more of our old kaiju friends — Mothra, Rodan, Ghidorah — would be present and accounted for. Now, this second trailer for next summer’s battle royale gives us a few more glimpses of who Ol’ Zilla will be facing. Lots of destruction and shrieking here; some nice close-ups of Millie Bobby Brown, Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga, Thomas Middleditch, Sally Hawkins, Ziyi Zhang and Ken Watanabe, all looking very worried. There will be fire-breathing. Destroy all monsters, indeed! May 31st, 2019, folks. Mappelthorpe “In church, I found God … and then Polaroid, which led me straight to the Devil.” Matt Smith — who you either identify as the eleventh Doctor Who or The Crown‘s Prince Philip, depending on your pop culture diet — plays Robert Mappelthorpe, shutterbug provocateur extraordinaire, in a sort of first-shot-to-last-breath biopic. Really, do we need to go on? Ondi Timoner (DIG!) directs. It looks tres sleazy and opens April 22nd, 2019. Triple Frontier It’s a heist movie about ex-Special Forces commandos pulling off a huge heist that will anger a do-not-fuck-with drug cartel. It’s directed by J.C. Chador, who did All Is Lost and Margin Call. In terms of stars, Charlie Hunnam was in Sons of Anarchy, Oscar Isaac was in The Force Awakens, Pedro Pascal was in Game of Thrones and Ben Affleck once got a huge tattoo of a dragon on his back. Also there’s an spruced-up version of Bob Dylan’s “Master of War” in the trailer, so +50 bonus points.  It opens in March. Just, y’know, “March.” The Umbrella Academy You don’t have to be a fan of the warped comic by Gerard Way, the singer of My Chemical Romance–turned–superhero-story scribe, to be more than a little tantalized by the trailer for this Netflix adaptation. For starters, great cast: Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, Robert Sheehan, Mindhunter‘s Cameron Britton. Also, the thing looks just different enough re: a tale of gifted young adults banding together to fight a force that wants to destroy mankind, yadda yadda yadda, to distinguish it from the glut of other TV shows about other gifted young adults banding together to fight a force that wants to destroy mankind. February 15th — mark the date.
15 Dec 18
B2K ICT Solutions

UK Top 40 Singles Chart (23.11.2018) Album Art For Each Song 01. Ariana Grande – thank u, next 02. Little Mix – Woman Like Me (feat. Nicki Minaj) 03. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – Shallow 04. Jess Glynne – Thursday 05. Rita Ora – Let You Love Me 06. Halsey – Without Me 07. […]

15 Dec 18

The weekend is now here and you know what that means: Time to become one with your couch as you binge-watch all your favorite shows. If your living room needs an upgrade in the TV department though, we’re here to suggest some great deals that can save you some serious cash. We searched the internet […]

15 Dec 18

The weekend is now here and you know what that means: Time to become one with your couch as you binge-watch all your favorite shows. If your living room needs an upgrade in the TV department though, we’re here to suggest some great deals that can save you some serious cash. We searched the internet […]

15 Dec 18
Ed B on Sports

Chelsea Alden is an actress and producer, known for The Tale (2018), 13 Reasons Why (2017) and Grey’s Anatomy (2005). Actress (47 credits)   We All Scream (Short) (completed) Sarah  2015 We All Scream (Short) (completed) Sarah  2019 I’m Sorry (TV Series) Diana Ross – Miss Diana Ross (2019) … Diana Ross  2018 NCIS (TV […]

15 Dec 18
kelvin hayes global

In 2003 Japan and David Sylvian’s catalogue was given a significant makeover by Virgin EMI. Both Gentlemen Take Polaroids and Tin Drum recently got the half speed master treatment and next February on what will be Sylvian’s 61st year, his golden era from 1984’s Brilliant Trees to 1987’s Secrets of the Beehive are being revised […]

15 Dec 18

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15 Dec 18

all things beautiful

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15 Dec 18
Tradezz

The exact PNG image file format is not new to the web. It in the beginning developed in the mid-90s as a solution to the shortcomings of your traditional GIF image file format. However , because early technique applications offered only spotty support for the PNG’s highly developed features, web designers, developers were limited in […]

15 Dec 18
Hestia

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15 Dec 18

The weekend is now here and you know what that means: Time to become one with your couch as you binge-watch all your favorite shows. If your living room needs an upgrade in the TV department though, we’re here to suggest some great deals that can save you some serious cash. We searched the internet […]