An announcement could come as soon as Thursday, so be ready for more updates as more is revealed.
It looks like Sony will not be putting out The Interview at all.
In a statement, the studio said:
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Aretha Franklin is arguably one of the greatest female vocalists of all time…
So when we heard a living friggin' legend would be covering our queen Adele, we couldn't be more thrilled!
Lady Soul decided to take on the pop star's hit Rolling In The Deep — but make it her own, by adding additional riffs and some Ain't No Mountain High Enough lyrics in the end!
Listen to the jam redux (above) then vote on your favorite version of the song (below)!
The diva battle is on!
Which Version Of Rolling In The Deep Do You Like Best???
Total Votes: 1,341
Gah, how nostalgic is this?!
We totally remember when Adele graced us with her beautiful voice and gave us this AH-Mazing acoustic present!
She just sounds INCREDIBLE with this rooftop rendition of Rolling In the Deep, don't you think so?!
We're celebrating our 10 year anniversary and remembering our favorite 20 EXCLUSIVE acoustics over the years!
Well, what are you waiting for? Check 'em all out (below)!!
The frontrunner might actually be Mariah because she is supposedly about to sign a $750,000 deal to play two nights at the legendary stadium.
Seems like a test run to us!
What a tough decision to make with so many different musicians that are all equally talented!!!
Which diva/divo would YOU like to see sign a residency deal at Caesars Palace?
Total Votes: 10,035
Wonder how it feels to lose to a baby… HA!
Fine, Adele technically won the lawsuit against Corbis Images UK, but it's all for her son, Angelo!
The Rolling In The Deep star is getting a 5-figure settlement from a British photo agency after she sued them for ruining her son's "milestone moments!"
According to the case, Adele sued the agency for intruding on her baby boy's first family outing and taking pictures of a private family gathering.
In the lawsuit, Adele claims celebrity offsprings aren't public property — which is true! They didn't come into this world to be a source of entertainment for the public!
Basically her point that the paparazzi may invade her privacy because she chose to have a career in the spotlight, but they have no right to invade the little one's privacy and it worked!
Mainly because the privacy laws in England are a lot stronger than they are in the U.S.
The photog agency settled the case by ponying up the sum to the order of one Adele Adkins!