We're loving Sky Ferreira grunge lovely sound these days!
The singer took a break from Miley Cyrus' Bangerz tour and banging up her knee, to give a killer performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday!
You're Not The One is off her new album, Night Time, My Time—and it's totally brazilliant!
We can totally see this lost love anthem as the soundtrack to a dramatic teen movie, can't you?!
Ch-ch-check the stellar performance out (above) and listen on the reaps!
She's so badass!
It seems just like yesterday that the world lost Paul Walker too fast, too soon, and too tragically.
Now, after a break in the filming of Fast & Furious 7 that allowed its director James Wan, writer Chris Morgan, and Universal to look over footage and rework the script, they're ready to start up again!
Sources say that Universal will resume production on or around April 1st, which is roughly a year before its April 10th release date in 2015.
The rest of shooting will take
Damn! This is so funky!!
Pharrell & Daft Punk have done it again with their newest song Gust of Wind from the upcoming album G I R L.
The song has an incredibly catchy beat and an addictive hook, so much so that we seriously can't stop listening to it!
It'll have you bobbing your head all day!
PLUS, after hearing his collab with Miley Cyrus and knowing he's got songs with Justin Timberlake AND Alicia Keys, we can't WAIT to hear the whole album!!
We'll just have to play this on repeat until it's released…
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Watch out, polar vortices - Summer time is finally here!
Not the season, obvs, LOLz! We're talking about Donna Summer time!
Sure, the sensational singer died nearly two years ago, but her tragic passing shouldn't prevent you from enjoying the fruits of her musical labors!
So dust off those bell bottoms because we're offering you an EXCLUSIVE! last dance with disco's greatest diva!!!
We're giving away ten - that's right, TEN - autographed vinyl copies of a brand new Donna remix compilation called Love to Love You Donna! Woo hoo!
So, so sad to see Egon Spengler pass on. What a comedic giant we all lost.
The third installment of the Ghostbusters franchise has been in active development over at Sony, and since Harold Ramis' untimely death, the fate of the project has been a little up in the air.
However, it looks like Ghostbusters III will go forward as planned with a rewrite on the script written by two scribes who used to work on The Office, Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky.
The director of the sequel (to the sequel), Ivan Reitman, is set to meet with the upper echelon of Sony production to discuss the necessary changes that would have to be made to the script.
However, one studio source downplayed Harold's involvement on the film: