Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Rumer Willis Parties Vegas Style!

It was time to drown her sorrows in the city of lights! That’s right; after splitting from longtime boyfriend Micah Alberti, Rumer Willis parties Vegas style! To see more about how she’s coping, with more photos and videos, keep reading below!

The gorgeous gal in the photo above and the actor were an item for 2 [...]

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Rapper B.G. Sued For $150,000 For Filming Video On Neighbor’s Property

Rapper B.G. has been slapped with a $150,000 lawsuit from his neighbors in Louisiana after filming a video on their property without their permission.  Read more on the lawsuit against the rapper below. Rapper B.G. , a former member of the Hot Boyz group, shot a video for the song “My Hood” in his neighborhood [...]

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Papoose Mixtapes - Keep His Name Alive

Joseph Guillermo Jones II, better known as Jim Jones, is a rapper from American and original artist in the group known as The Diplomats. He is CEO of Diplomat Records, created his own group ByrdGang, and recently formed a partnership with Damon Dash to create a company called Splash Records. Jim Jones mixtapes certainly played a role in his quick rise to fame.

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Monday, November 29, 2010

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Friday, November 26, 2010

Noomi Rapace Trading 'Dragon Tattoo' For 'Alien' Prequel?

Noomi Rapace, a.k.a. the original Swedish "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," may not have landed the Lisbeth Salander role in the planned U.S. adaptation of the Millennium Trilogy... but she isn't having trouble nabbing meaty roles in other big-budget tentpoles. She's already been cast as the female lead opposite Robert Downey Jr. in "Sherlock Holmes [...]

"Jackass 3D" won't be pooping and vomiting its way into theaters until October 15, but Johnny Knoxville already knows that the home video version, slated for release in December, is going to be awesome.

"Man, we filmed so much stuff. So much great stuff got left out of the film because we just overshot," Knoxville explained to MTV News. "That'll be in '[Jackass] 3.5,' coming out at Christmas," he said at the 2010 VMAs.

One can't help but wonder what 3-D stunts were too hot (or wet... or messy...) for the theatrical release, and we're sure whatever the gang cooked up will be completely family-appropriate for holiday DVD viewing. Or not.

Another thing "Jackass" fans will be experiencing for the first time is a clean and sober Steve-O, who seems plenty pumped for his post-rehab debut. "I can't wait. It's going to be awesome," Steve-O told MTV at the VMAs. "We made a great movie. Everybody's gonna love it. People are gonna be waiting to see how being sober and filming 'Jackass' is different [for me]," he added. "Being clearheaded and sober makes it more painful, more scary and the first thing I say is, 'I'm Steve-O, why do I have to be Steve-O?'"

Are you excited to see "Jackass 3" next week and to take in the crazier, poopier "Jackass 3.5" this holiday season? Tell us in the comments!

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Thursday, November 25, 2010

New 'Harry Potter' Character Posters: Up-Close And (Scary) Personal

With the November 19 release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1" very quickly approaching, we Potterheads are torn between uncontrollable excitement and trepidation-bordering-on-sadness, due to the fact that this film brings us a little bit closer to the End. Of. It. All. However, conflicting emotions aside, we are happy to report [...]

Noomi RapaceNoomi Rapace, a.k.a. the original Swedish "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," may not have landed the Lisbeth Salander role in the planned U.S. adaptation of the Millennium Trilogy... but she isn't having trouble nabbing meaty roles in other big-budget tentpoles. She's already been cast as the female lead opposite Robert Downey Jr. in "Sherlock Holmes 2," and now comes news that she's a strong candidate to play the E.T.-butt-kicking lead in Ridley Scott's 3-D "Alien" prequel.

According to Deadline, studio 20th Century Fox has also met with actresses Abbie Cornish and Carey Mulligan about the part, but Rapace reportedly left a "strong impression."

We wish we could say that Rapace -- or whoever ultimately lands the role -- will be playing a younger version of Sigourney Weaver's iconic Lt. Ellen Ripley, but, alas, that seems unlikely. Scott told Empire last year that the movie will be set roughly 30 years before the original "Alien," which would make the year 2085 and would make Ellen Ripley a zygote.

The prequel will reportedly delve into the origins of that mummified alien Ripley and co. discover in the first "Alien," and could conceivably spawn a second prequel movie (a prequel sequel).

We'd be stoked to see Rapace kick some "Alien" ass -- would you? Let us know in the comments!

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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides,' Paul Walker And Facebook In Today's Twitter-Wood

Disproportionately large numbers of picture tweets continued to be a Friday trend today, with another on-set shot of "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" showing up from Jerry Bruckheimer, Ludacris hanging out with Paul Walker, and Rose McGowan showing up to a USO event with an actor you may recognize from "Sons of Anarchy."
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Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsHarry, Ron and Hermione may find some of those elusive Horcruxes in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1," but there is one thing they won't find, no matter how hard they look: a third dimension. And neither will the audience.

Warner Bros. announced today that "Deathly Hallows: Part 1" will not -- repeat, will NOT -- be released in 3-D as originally planned because the conversion to the format would not be completed by the film's November 19 release date.

"Despite everyone's best efforts, we were unable to convert the film in its entirety and meet the highest standards of quality," the studio said in a statement. "We do not want to disappoint fans who have long-anticipated the conclusion of this extraordinary journey, and to that end, we are releasing our film day-and-date on November 19, 2010 as planned. We, in alignment with our filmmakers, believe this is the best course to take in order to ensure that our audiences enjoy the consummate 'Harry Potter' experience."

Producer David Heyman and director David Yates backed the studio's decision. "For 10 years, we have worked alongside Alan Horn and the studio, whose priority has always been to preserve the integrity of Jo Rowling's books as we have adapted them to the screen," Heyman said in a statement. "This decision reflects that commitment."

Added Yates: "This decision, which we completely support, underscores the fact that Warner Bros. has always put quality first." Gotta love the show of unity, but that's to be expected from the people making the movie. The big question is: How will fans react?

We've never been huge supporters of converting movies to 3-D after the fact -- at best it can be unnecessary; at worst it can be "Clash of the Titans" -- but if it had been done properly, we wouldn't have minded some 3-D wizardry for "Deathly Hallows: Part 1." Still, it doesn't affect our enthusiasm for the film at all. We're just as pumped now as we were when we woke up this morning.

Of course, we will be treated to some three-dimensional "Potter" fun beginning July 15, 2011: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" is still on tap for both 2-D and 3-D versions.

Are you bummed... or glad that "Deathly Hallows: Part 1" won't be in 3-D?

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Photos | Mariah Carey, Usher, More Stars Scheduled To Appear At Michael Jackson's Memorial

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It's interesting to observe young children as they sit in front of the television watching a favorite movie. The characters or the story can be seen to have their total attention as they recite the script word for word. The same can be observed when they're sitting in the classroom, absorbing every detail of an interesting story being read them.

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Saturday, November 20, 2010

How To Keep Your Singing Voice Healthy

Under normal circumstances, we breathe without any help. Inhale, pause, exhale - so the rhythm continues and keeps us alive. We do this day in, day out, usually with very little effort. Our breathing is normally quite shallow, until we do something energetic which increases our body's needs for oxygen - this then increases the depth and rate at which we breathe.

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Friday, November 19, 2010

Singing - How To Warm Up Your Body And Your Voice

No musician would ever leave their instrument out in the wind, sun or rain without protection. They know that musical instruments must be taken care of. If you are a singer, then your instrument is your voice, and you must take care of it.

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They're Back! Deadliest Catch Captains To Return!

That didn't take long! Good thing they wised and realized having a TV show is more profitable than a fishing boat!
Though the captains went through a bit of a legal battle with the Discovery network, Deadliest Catch stars Sig Hansen and Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand will be back to work on their popular show next [...]

Check out Linkin Park's new music video for their single, Waiting For The End (above)!

LOVE that song!

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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Review of Saturday Morning Cartoons' Greatest Hits

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Watch: ‘Live On Letterman’, Gorillaz In Concert

The animated band Gorillaz made up of real-life artists Damon Albarn, Jamie Hewlett, et al paid a visit to the Edward Sullivan Theater in NYC, NY this week to perform on The Late Show with David Letterman: But … Gorillaz weren’t content with just one performance of one song, no siree, they went on to [...]

You ready for some cuteness? Daddy Joel Madden escorted his adorable daughter Harlow Winter Kate out of a family dinner date at the California Pizza Kitchen here in SoCal this week and this PRECIOUS photo was snapped:

How happy does Harlow look to be holding her daddy’s hand? I’m dying. Seriously, not many celeb kiddies make my fictional ovaries ache but, yeah, Harlow does it for me every time. So cute, yeah?

[Photo credit: Fame]

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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

How to Buy a Digital Piano - Part 2

Who doesn't like to hear Drake songs? The feel and originality of all Drake songs are beyond comparison. He has been a true rap star right before release of his debut album "Thank Me Later".

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Monday, November 15, 2010

Making Money, Making Music

As rock acts go, there are not many who have been, or are as big and notorious as Van Halen, their reputation as the biggest party band of their era is now well defined and accepted. The new rock kings were no band of drunken slouches though, in Eddie Van Halen they have the most groundbreaking and electrifying guitar player since Jimi Hendrix.

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Lean On Me - The Inspiration Behind the Lyrics

Music, money and fame! That is the goal of nearly every musician. 'Making money making music' is a kind of dream to most aspiring musicians.

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Sunday, November 14, 2010

How To Sing With Perfect Pitch - Part Two

Is there an easy way to make music? Well, the answer to the question is that the whole concept of making music is very easy. Musical instruments have existed for centuries.

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Saturday, November 13, 2010

Built in Lesson Pianos - What's Vital To Know Before Buying!

When I was growing up I had to take piano lessons from this really mean old lady who played the organ at our church on Sundays. I really didn't enjoy being around her at all for numerous reasons. One, I was ten when I first started lessons and what ten year old boy do you know that likes to hang around old people?

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Friday, November 12, 2010

Jim Jones Mixtapes Give Fans a Complete Look At His Talent

If you are going to teach yourself how to play the piano get a built in lesson piano. These electric pianos are amazing and come with hundreds of lessons already built into the piano. Plus, you can even hook the piano up to your computer or laptop to download more lessons off of the web.

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How the Heck Does Everyone 'Wang Chung Tonight'?

Fans of hip hop artists take for granted the all-too available databases for retrieving the best Sheek Louch and Papoose mixtapes on the market. This was not always the case in the world of mixtapes. During the dawn of the mixtape, the rappers' recordings could only be found on the streets, either by personal sale or through trading.

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Thursday, November 11, 2010

The Effect of Lloyd Banks Mixtapes on His Solo Career

Since the birth of hip hop, mixtapes have been around to help artists get their work quickly and effectively onto the streets and into the music scene. DJs and rappers, like Sheek Louch, are now releasing them quickly, causing the market to be extremely expansive-- one could even find Lil' Wayne or Sheek Louch mixtapes in their entirety right on the internet. The meaning of the word 'mixtape' was much different in the '70's when it first came about.

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How to Choose the Right Guitar Pick - Welcome to the Wonderful World of Plectrums

If you've tried to play a chord melody on the guitar, also known as solo jazz guitar you've probably become discouraged and given up trying to play a complete song from beginning to end. In this article, I discuss the reasons for this and some possible solutions.

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Barber's Adagio for Strings and Its Link With Trance Music

The oboe has been around as a significant solo instrument since the Renaissance and so it is not surprising that there is a very substantial repertoire of oboe pieces available. There is a massive repertoire of Baroque solos for the instrument and there has been another burst of activity in the last century or so. In between, during the Classical and early Romantic periods, there were far fewer solo pieces written.

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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Kevin Smith Debuts 'Red State' Poster, Says He Screened Finished Film At The Wrap Party

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Two days after finishing up the 25-day shoot on his new horror flick "Red State," the "Clerks" and "Chasing Amy" director held a wrap party, during which he screened a finished cut of the film for the cast and crew. That's right -- the freaking thing was completely edited and even included [...]

FROM SPLASH PAGE: The road toward a brand new "Superman" movie is a long one, but it's gotten shorter thanks to the involvement of director Zack Snyder. The filmmaker, already known amongst comic book fans for his work on "300" and "Watchmen," is set to put his stamp on the Man of Steel for the character's 2012 big screen revamp — but that doesn't mean he was always considered the front runner to direct the Christopher Nolan-produced film.

Indeed, several directors were considered for the "Superman" reboot, with "Back to the Future" helmer Robert Zemeckis listed as one of them. But in a recent interview with MTV News, Zemeckis thoroughly downplayed his rumored involvement with the iconic DC Entertainment property.

"I passed on that faster than a speeding bullet," he told MTV News about his brief connection to "Superman." See what else Zemeckis had to say about the "Superman" reboot on Splash Page.

Would Zemeckis have been a good choice to direct "Superman"? Tell us in the comments!

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Monday, November 8, 2010

Photos | Justin Bieber With Other Celebrity Tattoos

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Barber's Adagio for Strings Remixes: The Popularity of the Adagio With Dance DJs

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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Understand The Importance Of Warranties on Portable Minidisc Players

If you are looking for portable minidisc players, you are probably interested in learning where all the great places are to purchase them. You will want to make sure that you are not only getting a great price, but that you are getting a great price on the portable minidisc players that are of real quality. It's no good to save money if you are simply ending up with something that is junk.

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But what exactly is a chord? A chord is a collection of different tones that are played all at the same time in order to sound in harmony. And as you begin to learn playing the acoustic guitar, you will find that there are several major guitar chords to start with when you are learning how to play the acoustic guitar.

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Halloween Costumes Ideas For Halloween Party

Halloween is a modern-day holiday originating in the Celtic pagan holiday of Samhain (in Christian times, the eve of All Saints Day). Halloween costume parties generally fall on, or around, 31...

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