And we thought only hitting #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 was a bad start…
Harry Styles is now being accused of stealing the main guitar riff for Ever Since New York! Man, and we thought that was such a personal track too.
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Ever since he debuted the song on Saturday Night Live, fans started calling out a striking similarity to Baby Blue by Badfinger, a 1972 hit that has enjoyed a bit of a resurgence since being featured on Breaking Bad (pretty much if it had the word "blue" in it, it was on Breaking Bad).
Listen to both tracks and compare for yourself (below)!
There were a lot of things wrong with Suicide Squad. But one was so slight we didn't even notice.
A visual effects reel for the Oscar-winning film (srsly, are we sure Moonlight didn't really win that one??) was released this week, and mostly it wasn't at all noteworthy. They recorded a plate of a real environment, drew cartoons on it, and then added tons of extra smoke and darkness
to hide the mediocre CGI because this ain't your daddy's comic book movie.
But one effect really stood out to viewers — and not in a good way.
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It turns out in addition to adding all the magical hoo-ha around Cara Delevingne, they also DIGITALLY SHRUNK HER WAIST!
Don't believe us? Look close at the side-by-side frames (below)!
After losing Buffy The Vampire Slayer last month, Netflix subscribers already have to say goodbye to ANOTHER of the most bingeable shows of all time.
On May 2, all nine seasons of Scrubs are leaving the streaming giant, along with Step Up, What About Bob?, and the original Jurassic Park films. Ouch.
Netflix will attempt to fill the void with lots of original programming, including new seasons of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Master Of None, and new true crime docuseries The Keepers.
Video: The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season Three Trailer
Hmm… At a certain point, Netflix is going to run out of comfort food, which used to be their bread and butter. Will all the hip new originals be enough?
Take a look at everything coming and going and let us know what YOU think (below)!
It's been 17 years!!!
Time flies and all that, and Life-Size 2 has officially been greenlit by Freeform.
The best part? Tyra Banks is reprising her role as Eve, the life-sized doll that comes to life in the flick!
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In the sequel, Eve will be tasked will helping a young woman learn how to "live and love again" while also experiencing her own trials and tribulations. The network describes it as a "fun, edgy Christmas movie," and it will premiere in December 2018. So far away!
No word yet on whether Lindsay Lohan will also make an appearance (a cameo, perhaps?) in the movie. But, seriously, WHY NOT? Let's crank the nostalgia factor all the way up!
Is this exciting news to you, Perezcious readers???
New music video alert!
Nicki Minaj unleashed the visuals for her Remy Ma diss track, No Frauds, on Wednesday — and it definitely brings the heat!
The video is directed by Benny Boom and features the whole Young Money trio including Drake and Lil Wayne! Yasss!
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There's also a surprise appearance from Rah AKA Remy's former BFF in all of her petty glory! LOLz!
So without further ado, let's take a trip across the pond and watch the No Frauds music video (below)!
In case you were wondering how that deal with Adam Sandler making movies directly to Netflix was working out… the answer is better than we could possibly have imagined.
The streaming giant is infamously tight-lipped when it comes to their actual numbers, so this little peek behind the red curtain is pretty interesting. But also kind of mind-boggling.
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In a first quarter earnings report, the company reveals:
"We continue to be excited by our Sandler relationship and our members continue to be thrilled with his films. Since the launch of The Ridiculous 6, Netflix members have spent more than half a billion hours enjoying the films of Adam Sandler."
Holy crap. Half a billion hours!
That's like 350 million full viewings. Hmm, wonder why they didn't say that. Maybe this way they get to count all the people who turned off The Cobbler after 15 minutes?
The report also gave props to Dave Chappelle, saying his Collection 1 is already their "most viewed comedy special ever." We wonder if he'll get a movie deal soon…