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October 11, 2017

“All I ever wanted is to be a rapper,” Azealia Banks‘ character Coco says in the new trailer for the RZA-directed Love Beats Rhymes. “I want people to fall in love with my words.” This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Azealia Banks, Common in RZA’s New ‘Love Beats Rhymes’ Trailer

Want a sneak peek at the Monsters After Dark update for Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout? Which villain is coming to The Flash this season? How many credits scenes will Thor: Ragnarok have? Who is The Punisher co-creator’s favorite iteration of the character? How much of the Thor: Ragnarok world …

BEVERLY HILLS – The review embargo for “Thor: Ragnarok” isn’t up yet, but if you’ve been following social media reactions its clear the breakout star is Tessa Thompson.  The 34-year-old actress is best known for her work i…

BEVERLY HILLS – The review embargo for “Thor: Ragnarok” isn’t up yet, but if you’ve been following social media reactions its clear the breakout star is Tessa Thompson.  The 34-year-old actress is best known for her work i…

If you’re having a bad week, and there’s a good chance you probably are, here’s something that might cheer you up: professional handsome man Armie Hammer dancing up a storm in a new Call Me By Your Name clip. It’s Hammer time. Listen, I’m not going to sugarcoat it: the last few …

“We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” Netflix has unveiled an official trailer for a documentary titled Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, profiling the life and work of literary icon Joan Didion, who is currently still alive at 82 years old. Directed by actor Griffin Dunne, who is Didion’s nephew, the film dives deep into the 50-year career of this acclaimed and beloved writer, exploring her style and desires. She was most prominent in the 1960s and 70s counterculture movement, publishing a number of best-selling books and magazine essays. She also wrote a few screenplays and wrote about various topics from politics and the drug culture to the Charles Manson murders and the Patty Hearst trial. This doc seems to go into her personal life as well as her career, profiling the talented, inspiring woman in all her facets. Take a look. Trailer for Griffin Dunne’s documentary Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, from YouTube: Witness a portrait …

Adam McKay is best known for directing comedies like Anchorman and Step Brothers, but he’s also proven to be one of the most politically-conscious mainstream filmmakers working today. His next project is a biopic about former Vice President Dick Cheney that stars Christian Bale in the lead role, but McKay has …

“I need more than potential to sell records.” Lionsgate has released the first official trailer for the new film directed by RZA titled Love Beats Rhymes, a musical drama about a struggling rapper who turns to slam poetry. Azealia Banks plays Coco, who takes a poetry class and tries to impress her teacher with her rhymes. Instead, she learns to dig deeper and discovers her “true voice.” This film also stars Hana Mae Lee, Method Man, John David Washington, Common, Lorraine Toussaint, Lucien Laviscount, and Jill Scott and Professor Dixon. This reminds me of the film festival hit Bodied, about rapping, but it also seems to have its own nice vibe to it that might make for good entertainment and creative inspiration. Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for RZA’s Love Beats Rhymes, direct from YouTube: When struggling rapper Coco (Azealia Banks) enrolls in a poetry class, she thinks her rhymes will impress her teacher, Professor Dixon (Jill Scott). Instead, Dixon challenges …