Killers Release Song Critical Of Political Climate Under Trump

The Killers have released a song critical of the current political climate in the United States under the Trump administration, including the proposed wall at the Mexican border, gun control laws and the black lives matter movement.

The Spike Lee-directed video for the song shows some heart-rending footage of migrants at the US-Mexico border

The video for the stand alone anti-Trump track is tit
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‘Alita: Battle Angel’ Secures Theatrical Release in China

20th Century Fox’s effects-heavy sci-fi action film, “Alita: Battle Angel” has secured a theatrical release in mainland China. It will play in February as the first Hollywood title to enter Middle Kingdom theaters after the Chinese New Year holidays. The Feb. 22 date is more than two weeks after the film’s commercial run begins Feb. […]



Moviegoers Name ‘Avengers: Endgame’ the Most Anticipated Release of 2019

Moviegoers Name ‘Avengers: Endgame’ the Most Anticipated Release of 2019


For the second year in a row, Marvel has the top two most anticipated blockbusters, according to Fandango’s annual survey of moviegoers. Avengers: Endgame, the follow-up to last year’s number one, the cliffhanging Avengers: Infinity War, took first place, while another standalone solo superhero entry of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain Marvel, takes the secondary spot filled in 2018 by Black Panther.

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Hold Up, Beyonce Did Not Release New Music

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There’s no more juice in Beyonce’s lemonade jar: The singer did not release new music though two albums featuring old Beyonce songs hit streaming services Thursday.

Under the name Queen Carter, the albums “Have Your Way” and “Back Up, Rewind” appeared on Spotify and Apple Music, featuring demos, previously released songs and unreleased tracks by Beyonce. Hours later, they were removed.

The 10-track “Have Your Way” included songs like “After All Is Said and Done,” Beyonce’s duet with Marc Nelson from the “Best Man” soundtrack, released in 1999; “Hollywood,” a song with Jay-Z from his 2006 album, “Kingdom Come”; and “Hey Goldmember” from the soundtrack for 2002’s “Austin Powers in Goldmember,” which starred Beyonce. It also featured “Crazy Feelings,” the singer’s collaboration with Missy Elliott from the rapper’s sophomore album, 1999’s “Da Real World”; and “Fever,” a cover of the ’50’s hit used in an ad for Beyonce’s perfume and for the soundtrack for “The Fighting Temptations,” another film Beyonce appeared in.

“Back Up, Rewind,” featured 11 tracks including “Keep Giving Your Love to Me,” from the “Bad Boys II” soundtrack, released in 2003, and “What It’s Gonna Be,” a Beyonce bonus track from 2003.

The stand-alone song, “Control,” also appeared on streaming services.

Representatives for Beyonce, Apple Music and Spotify didn’t immediately return emails seeking comment.

Beyonce’s last three albums were released in surprise form: her self-titled album came out in 2013; “Lemonade” followed in 2016; and “Everything is Love,” her collaborative album with Jay-Z where the couple is billed as The Carters, was released earlier this year.

R&B singer SZA on Thursday addressed an album of her older demos that recently hit streaming services under the name Sister Solana (her real name is Solana Rowe). SZA called the project “random scratches from 2015” and explained that the songs are “def not new new!”

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First ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Trailer Arrives as Release Date Moves Up; Here’s Everything We Know

First 'Avengers: Endgame' Trailer Arrives as Release Date Moves Up; Here's Everything We Know

Ever since the devastating ending of Avengers: Infinity War, moviegoers have been dying to see what happens next and find out just what's become of not only half of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, but the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe. The fourth crossover tentpole of the franchise, Avengers: Endgame, will see theatrical release just under a year later, hopefully with all our questions answered. 

The first trailer for Endgame has now arrived to give fans hope that the surviving…

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iOS 12 adoption surpasses 50% just three weeks after its release

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Just three weeks after releasing iOS 12, Apple’s latest mobile OS is already running on the majority of iPhones and iPads. According to data made available on Apple’s developer page, 53% of all iOS devices introduced over the last four years are now running the most recent iteration of iOS. When the data set is expanded to include iOS devices that were released before 2014, that adoption rate still stands at a respectable 50%.

The numbers become even more impressive when we take iOS 11 into account. As evidenced by the image below, 40% of iOS users on recent devices are still running iOS 11. When looking at the cumulative number of iOS devices, iOS 11 usage checks in at 39%. In short, 89% of all iOS devices are currently running an iteration of iOS that, at the most, is about 1-year-old.

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‘The Hate U Give’ screenwriter dies day before film’s release at age of 58

The screenwriter behind the brand new film, “The Hate U Give” died following a years-long battle with cancer a day before the movie’s release. She was 58.

Audrey Wells succumbed to her illness on Thursday, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“Over the last five and half years, Audrey fought valiantly…

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‘The Forge’ Is Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s First DLC Release

Square Enix has announced the first of seven DLC packs for Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Titled The Forge, the DLC will be released on Nov. 13 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC as part of the season pass and sold separately for $ 4.99 USD.

In the DLC, players will explore the lava-covered titular Forge to uncover secrets and learn more about a friend of Lara Croft’s ancient legacy.

The new challenge tomb can be played in either solo or co-op mode and completing it will reward players with the Grenadier skill, Brocken outfit, and Umbrage 3-80 weapon.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s six other pieces of DLC will release monthly in the subsequent months following November. Square Enix said they’ll include more new tombs, items, modes, and narrative side quests.

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