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Note to self: never take a photo of Bill Murray unless you have permission. A few unsuspecting fans learned that the hard way when they tried to take photos of the actor at the restaurant Vesuvio in Carmel, California. According to TMZ, the "Groundhog Day" actor allegedly saw people's flashes going off, grabbed their phones and threw them off the second story rooftop. The police showed up, but TMZ said that Murray apparently offered to pay for the phones and no one pressed charges. Murray reportedly has a history of violence, as his ex-wife allegedly claimed in their 2008 divorce papers that the actor "hit her in the face and then told her she was 'lucky he didn't kill her.'" The Huffington Post has reached out to Bill Murray's representatives and will update this post accordingly. Also on HuffPost: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Alison Brie revealed Thursday night that although she may have always looked glamorous as "Mad Men’s" Trudy, sometimes the gorgeous costumes were hiding a kind of, uh, gross reality. The actress explained on "Late Night with Seth Myers" that 1960s underwear involved a strong “learning curve” that, on one occasion, resulted in her peeing all over herself. Being the total pro she is, Brie went ahead and shot a scene anyway, and only costume designer Janie Bryant seemed to realize something was amiss. Apparently, when Brie revealed to Bryant what happened, the designer assured her that sort of thing happens “more often than you would think.” Please remind us to never wear girdles. H/T: Jezebel Also on HuffPost: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Headphone baron Dr. Dre is reportedly looking to expand his empire. In collaboration with Apple, the former N.W.A. rapper is making his first television series, which the tech giant will bankroll as its first effort with original programming, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The scripted, six-episode series said to be titled "Vital Signs" will be semi-autobiographical, with each episode structured "Master of None"-style around a specific theme that Dre's character will explore. While each episode will only last a half hour, the show is more of a dark drama than a comedy. It has "no shortage of violence or sex," writes The Hollywood Reporter. A representative for Apple declined to comment, and a representative for Dr. Dre did not immediately respond to our request. Though it's unclear when we can expect the first season to debut, we have reason to believe that it will be distributed via iTunes or Apple Music. The tech company is rumored to have pressed pause on plans to debut its own streaming service -- a combination of Netflix and live TV -- after Apple executives were noticed meeting with Hollywood studio heads last summer. Also on HuffPost: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Singer-songwriter Greyson Chance stopped by AOL BUILD recently to discuss his career thus far. He's come a long way in six years. In 2009, he earned the attention and praise from none other than talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres. She was proud to have discovered Chance's YouTube video of him performing Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi" on piano. It has since went viral and earned millions of views all around the world (55 million + views at the time of writing). He ended up getting signed to, at that time, the newly formed record label of DeGeneres' called eleveneleven. He was the first artist to be on her label. She has committed to all aspects of Chance's debut to the world, from putting his debut album together to giving him the "thumbs up of approval" on her show and through 1-1 email correspondences as Chance explained in his BUILD interview. Chance has grown up in appearance and in sound since the viral video and the succeeding touring. His voice has gotten deeper, and he has grown physically and musically. He has a new mature sound as evidenced by his latest batch of singles "Thrilla in Manila", "Meridians", "Afterlife", and "Hit and Run", the latter of which just released this month. Chance told the BUILD audience that "the lyrics are way more mature" and that "the sounds are a little older as well". "It's now coming from 18-year-old Greyson instead of 12-year-old Greyson". Chance is the real deal and what's commendable is the fact that he hasn't given up despite the lack of mainstream success after his debut album. Chance explained that Lady Gaga gave him advice and made sure it was drilled in his head. She told him to "Don't let this get to you! Just focus on what you do! Focus on the art!". It is evident that he's taken those words with him because he's continued to hone his craft over the past few years after the release of his debut album, Hold On 'til The Night. He's not the typical pop star who's desperate for the next chart-topping money making hit song. He's not the type who would go on publicity stunts just to be in the media spotlight. He's just a normal grounded kid from Oklahoma wanting to read old books and work on his old 1966 Mustang on his down time. He would rather be a hardworking person committing to the studio hours in Los Angeles making music from scratch and performing those songs live in front of his fans. That level of authenticity these days is rare. He even makes a considerable effort to connect with his millions of loyal fans (the Enchancers) online on his Twitter account. Through thick and thin, he's known as a trusted source amongst his followers. Chance has released the aforementioned four singles (as mentioned earlier) over the past two years. "Thrilla in Manila" was released in 2014. It's a funk song that deals with the commotion and disorder between friends when their relationship takes the romantic level. It features Chance's falsetto which he's perfected now that he has a deeper voice. "Meridians" was released in 2015 and is very humbling to listen to. It has a consistent piano melody that portrays the idea of crossing imaginary lines a.k.a. meridians and getting to experience new things in life. It's like a coming of age story where someone leaves their childhood days and is about to embark the young adult life. The closing of a chapter in one's life leads to a new chapter right after. The last two songs are a reintroduction of the "new Greyson" said Chance during the interview session. "Afterlife" was also released last year and it's a song that represented a personal story and point of time in Chance's life. It's the first song that will be featured in his upcoming EP this year. Chance has many musical influences in this song. You can hear a little bit of R&B, jazz, and some funk all in this one song. You can hear Chance's falsetto again towards the 1:00 mark in this song where he recites the lyrics: "Thought I was more than the afterlife. Thought I was more than the... more than the... more than the... baby... oooo -- ooo-oo". Overall, it's a catchy upbeat song with vulnerability that sure to lead the way toward more songs of this style in the future. "Hit and Run", Chance's second and latest single off the upcoming EP once again continues the trend towards his desired new sound. In this song, Chance has another lyrical story being told as the song progresses. It's a powerful song that evokes an alter ego of himself. Chance's alter ego in this song is a mean-spirited person as illustrated by the lyrics: "Don't tell me you love me when I don't" and "Yeah, I am a hit and run and don't call me something I'm not". Chance is definitely not a mean person in reality but that didn't stop his choice of words for a song. This is the kind of maturity his songwriting has evolved to so far at this point of his career which should be applauded. He's not afraid to venture out to mature adult themes in his songs. Personally, I feel that Chance will continue to make music for years to come. With the upcoming EP release this year, he'll sure to gain more success with new fans and followers while maintaining his authentic sound and image. If the new EP gets viral attention ala the "Paparazzi" days then that's just icing on the cake. What matters the most to me and I'm sure for you all is Chance staying true to himself for the rest of his career. Look forward to Chance's second EP titled Somewhere Over My Head which is slated to be released early this year. In the mean time, you can learn more about Greyson Chance and his upcoming tour dates by visiting his official site. Follow his active social media platforms: YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat-greyson97. Stream all his songs on Spotify by clicking here. To purchase Greyson's songs on iTunes, click here and at the Google Play store, right here. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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R&B singer-songwriter Ne-Yo totally supports Beyoncé's unapologetic celebration of her black identity, he told HuffPost Live on Thursday. Beyoncé's explosive release of "Formation" and the gravity-defying Super Bowl performance that followed left viewers divided over the song's overt blackness and political messages. While dedicated members of the Beyhive applauded the singer for her activist tone, politicians like former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani weren't happy with her performance. In fact, protesters are even planning an "Anti-Beyoncé" rally outside of the NFL headquarters to voice their concerns. But Ne-Yo, who wrote Beyoncé's hit song "Irreplaceable," thinks the issue may have been blown out of proportion a bit. If anyone has the right to speak out on racial issues, it's Beyoncé, he said. "I personally don't think that it was all that serious. ... The critics went a little far with where they took [the meaning of the song]," he said. "But I feel like overall, even if that was what was meant, so what? She has the right, she has the right. Everybody else has the right to talk about their culture and their race and be proud of it, so why can't we? Why can't she?" Ne-Yo praised Beyoncé's ability to authentically portray her multidimensional self through her music and questioned the notion that "Formation" is one of Beyoncé's boldest proclamations of her black identity. "I don't know what makes this more black than anything else she's ever done. Beyoncé knows how to toe that line between elegance and ratchet. She's the epitome of it," he said. As for the song's message, Ne-Yo said it's necessary considering the widespread conversation about police violence. "I feel like it's a statement that needs to be made with everything that's going on right now with the whole Black Lives Matter [movement] and just the injustice that's happening with that," he said. "I don't see anything wrong with her celebrating her blackness, if that's even what you want to call it." Watch the full HuffPost Live conversation with Ne-Yo here. Want more HuffPost Live? Stream us anytime on Go90, Verizon's mobile social entertainment network, and listen to our best interviews on iTunes. Also on HuffPost: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper "Deadpool" (20th Century Fox) "Deadpool" is a movie that never takes itself seriously and therefore neither does the audience. Everything in this movie is one quip or one liner away from the next one. Ryan Reynolds, the star of the show, breaks the fourth wall consistently as he makes passing asides to the audience. The film ends up being a comedy that features battles between the undead, or can't stay dead, with a little bit of romance wedged into the mix. Wade Smith (Reynolds) is a former Special Forces operative who spends his time looking out for some little guys. He doesn't consider himself a hero, just a man who dislikes bullies. He has a best friend named Weasel (T. J. Miller) and a girlfriend named Vanessa (Morena Baccarin). Life is going pretty good until he is diagnosed with terminal cancer. At that point things go downhill fast. He is contacted by a man who offers him a cure, but the cure turns out to be complicated. He develops regenerative abilities as well as increased strength and other physical abilities. On the other hand his skin becomes pock-marked and aged so that he looks like a burn victim. One man knows how to get him back to looking normal but he isn't talking. The movie become one fight sequence after another with very little offered in the way of a back story. And the violent sequences are never suspenseful because it seem no one can die, or stay dead. There is a running side story of how two members of "X-Men" are trying to enlist him and it is fairly funny but outstays its interest potential. Baccarin is good as the love interest but she seems to be living in another movie. She doesn't have the light hearted attitude her co-star Reynolds has and tries to build a real character in a world of comic book characters. As Deadpool, Reynolds treats everything as a joke, which is the way the part is intended and as it is written. It is a perfect part for him as he can toss off the one liners with ease and can be sardonic and sarcastic with the best of them. For the majority of the film he is either behind the "Deadpool" mask or the "mutant" makeup so his natural good looks are not on display. The jokes are good and the action sequences are sharply done. The tone of the movie is consistent. It is all snarky comments and four letter words galore. We even get some nudity thrown into the mix. This all accounts for the R rating, which might provide a mild stumbling block for the target audience which is teens. If you are in on the joke and thrive on off color commentary you will have a great time. If the "uniqueness" wears thin halfway through, then not so much. I scored "Deadpool" a cesspool 6 out of 10. Jackie K Cooper www.jackiekcooper.comÂ -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
It could be described as the most expensive basement party ever, and it included Anna Wintour, A$AP Rocky passing around blunts, the entire Kardashian family, Lamar Odom's debut appearance after his hospitalization, Naomi Campbell and an exclusive Adidas collection. Yes, we're talking about Yeezy Season 3 and we were were there to watch it all go down -- standing right behind Kanye West. On Thursday, West debuted his eighth studio album, “The Life of Pablo," before a frenetic crowd at Madison Square Garden and 20 million viewers watching a live stream. Say what you want about West, but when he releases music, he has our undivided attention. The long-awaited debut of "TLOP" doubled as the launch of West's third collaboration with Adidas, making for a mind-blowing marriage of music, fashion and celebrity. Kanye was a DJ/God who guided us through the journey that was Yeezy Season 3: Yeezy going nuts at #YeezySeason3 âś¨ pic.twitter.com/P8gus6n6C3— Melissa Radzimski (@melissaradz) February 11, 2016 Watching Kanye slip an aux cord into a laptop and play tunes from what he touted as the "greatest album of all time," is definitely a surreal experience to say the least. Equally surreal is watching Kylie Jenner's boyfriend Tyga subtly bop his head to the music while smoking one of the many blunts that was passed around. And only at YS3 would one overhear a harried MSG employee shout, "Lil' Kim needs napkins or tissues ... any kind!" All of this is fitting since fame and celebrity were a major theme throughout the event and West's newest album, which includes a track titled "Famous." Despite all this, the show itself managed to feel extremely personal. Many of the the close to 1,200 models even shed tears as they stood in West's designs, perhaps moved by the breathtaking grandiosity of the presentation that managed to relay a strange sense of intimacy. Backstage #YeezySeason3 #Yeezy #NYFW A photo posted by melissa radzimski â„˘ (@melissaradzimski) on Feb 12, 2016 at 4:32am PST West opened up to the audience about his late mother, his dreams of being creative director of Hermès and the way the Kardashian family has adopted him as one of their own. West also previewed his forthcoming video game, at which the Internet has already scoffed, but the game's objective -- helping his late mother Donda West fly to heaven -- does tug at the heartstrings a bit. As Kanye did his thing at MSG, the presentation was simultaneously being shown on nearly 800 movie screens across 26 countries. At the listening event at AMC Kips Bay in New York City, which one of our editors also attended, Yeezy fans of all types waited with bated breath to get a taste of West's new music. If the MSG performance was meant for the music and fashion elite, than this screening was for the people. From the group of high schoolers who couldn’t stop repeating the now infamous #FingersInTheBootyAssBitch to the young woman who scarfed on movie theater nachos as she bumped to Kanye’s new beats, people were into it. At one point, a man led the audience in a “turn up” cheer to compel the audio engineer to boost the volume, which was unfortunately way too low to do the album justice. When the smell of marijuana started to waft through the theater, a particularly vocal individual demanded that the audience match his level of enthusiasm. “C’mon, y’all, this is Kanye. We all paid $35 for this shit.” By the end of the screening, “Real Friends” wasn’t just the best song off “TLOP,” but a mantra of shared camaraderie among Yeezy fanatics hearing West's new gospel for the first time. While some inarguably feel removed from the fashion world and look on West's project with disdain, the most impressive feat of all was accomplished at Yeezy Season 3. He lifted his veil. Despite bombarding us with Twitter sprees and dropping claims about every industry under the sun, Yeezy still is that backpack rapper from Chicago who is just really hyped about music. There wasn't a moment during the show when the audience wasn't entranced by every track from "The Life of Pablo." Not even standing among Hollywood's biggest names could seduce someone from the energy and rawness that totally defines Ye's music. Also on HuffPost: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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