Los Angeles [California], Feb. 17 : Selena Gomez's has released a latest track 'It Ain't Me' with Norwegian DJ Kygo, in which the pop-star is narrating a sad story about a relationship that falls apart because of alcoholism.
The 24-year-old beauty, who had a tremendous 2016 with three pop singles reaching at the top of Billboard list, is out with more mature-sounding work with heartbreaking lyrics.
The Norwegian DJ perfectly balances SelGo's soft vocals with increasing intensity of guitar strums and piano notes.
The lyrics of her new track talks about 'being 17.'
Los Angeles [USA], Feb. 16 : While we are still unsure about the future of hit TV-series 'Sherlock', actor Benedict Cumberbatch has reaffirmed his loyalty with BBC and Masterpiece by boarding their upcoming series, ' The Child In Time'.
The project is an adaptation of Ian McEwan's novel of the same name and ' Sherlock' fame is all set to both star and be the executive producer, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
"I read the novel years ago and it stayed with me profound, beautiful and very moving. Only Ian McEwan could write about loss with such telling honesty," he says.
Washington D.C. [USA], Feb.9 : The legacies of Prince and George Michael will be remembered in the 2017 Grammy Awards with a pair of "unforgettable tribute segments."
Organizers announced Wednesday that the 59th annual ceremony will include two performances in honor of the stars who died last year.
" George Michael and Prince were pop icons who showcased rare musical genius and otherworldly charisma," said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy, in a statement as reported by E! Online.
Los Angeles [USA], Feb. 7 : Seems like Paramount Studios is going through a rough patch. Recently the studios pulled down the sequel to 'World War Z' from their calendar and now the reboot of the horror classic 'Friday The 13th' has been delayed indefinitely.
With less than six weeks to go for the principal photography, the studio has shut down the latest adaptation of 'Friday The 13th,' reports The Hollywood Reporter.
This decision takes place on the same day the movie got undated by Paramount, which was to open on October 13.
Los Angeles [USA], Feb. 7 : 'World War Z,' dealt with a lot of issues during its production, so much so that seven weeks of re-shoots had to be done.
Fortunately, it all worked out in the end and became the sleeper hit of that year.
Unfortunately, the same fate has now fallen over on its sequel too.
Paramount studios and Sky Dance entertainment today announced that the sequel of 2013s zombie-thriller will not release this year and has taken the film off their 2017 release calendar, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Los Angeles (USA), Feb. 4 : After being totally left out for years by The Academy, Mel Gibson has once again come into the spotlight with his Oscar nod and has already announced his next project with co-star Vince Vaughn.
After 'Hacksaw Ridge', the duo is teaming up again for a gritty crime thriller 'Dragged Across Concrete', reports The Independent.
The flick will be written and directed by 'Bone Tomahawk's' S. Craig Zahler.
The film focuses on two policemen, played by Gibson and Vaughn, who find themselves suspended when a video of their strong arm tactics comes out in media.
Los Angeles (USA), Feb. 4 : Actress Sarah Paulson continues her golden run in Hollywood as she has landed herself a role in the upcoming serial killer drama ' Lost Girl'.
Liz Garbus, the documentary film maker is teaming up with Amazon studios for her narrative film debut, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
The movie is based on an investigative reporter Robert Kolker's non-fiction book of the same name.
The story revolves around a mother searching for her daughter who makes a horrifying discovery in the woods where murdered bodies of four girls have been dumped.
Los Angeles (USA), Feb. 3 : Superhero movies have always given us superb fight sequences at beautiful locations. Marvel's 'Black Panther' continues the tradition and heads South Korea to shoot some major action scenes.
Walt Disney Korea announced on Wednesday that Marvel studios will begin the shooting of key scenes for the upcoming movie in Busan, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
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