#SUP3RFRUIT Releases ‘Future Friends – Part One’ EP on June 30th! | #futurefriends #imaginaryparties @sup3rfruit

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Where are all my music lovers??

Our favorite duo has released their first joint EP today and it’s amazing!

Scott Hoying and Mitch Grassi are known for being 2/5 of the award-winning a cappella group, Pentatonix. They also have their own YouTube channel, which you can find HERE.

The talent between these two is beyond believable and it’s nice to see them expanding their reach to wider audiences. Their voices together is absolute perfection and I already can’t wait to hear Part Two!

This is a fun, up-beat collection of songs with phenomenal harmonies, as usual. One of my favorites so far (and it’s hard to choose one) is ‘Worth It (Perfect).’

You can find the first video (‘Imaginary Parties’) from Future Friends – Part One below:

 

You can follow Scott and Mitch on Twitter, and you can also follow the Sup3rfruit page!

Part Two will be released September 15th, but make sure to download Part One on whichever platform you use to stream/download music!

YOUNGER | S4E1 | “Post Truth” Review | #youngerTV

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You guys!!! It’s back!! Words can’t express how much I love this show. My only complaint is that each episode is only 30 minutes! We need more, TV Land! We need more!

The Season 4 premiere of YOUNGER, which aired on Wednesday, June 28th, picks up where Season 3 left off. Liza’s lies (say that five times) are catching up to her, and she’s forced to “unburden” her truth on Kelsey (Hilary Duff). The tension is high throughout the conversation, but Liza (Sutton Foster) has got to be exhausted from all the lying! Kelsey doesn’t take the news well and sneaks out of Maggie (Debi Mazar) and Liza’s apartment in the middle of the night.

Now let me say that, on a personal level, I don’t think what Liza did — lying about her age in order to be considered for a job she was already good at — was necessarily wrong, but I think she definitely should’ve told Josh (Nico Tortorella) and Kelsey a lot sooner. The truth always comes out in the end, and, let’s be real … when you marinate something for a little longer than necessary things can get salty. Do you like what I did there? lol.

In any case, Kelsey feels betrayed by her bestie and now has to face the burden of finding an apartment to live in. During a meeting with Charles (Peter Hermann) and Diana (Miriam Shor) regarding a potential book deal, Liza is determined to come clean with them as well. Before she can spill the beans though, Kelsey stops her in her tracks and saves her from ruining her career. Did her alone time allow her to consider Liza’s position and possibly forgive her? Not quite. She tells Liza that if she reveals the truth, the Millennial imprint will be done for — it’s all business.

Kelsey ends up bonding with Josh over their shared feelings of betrayal by Liza. Spoiler Alert (if you’re not caught up on Season 3): Josh is still heartbroken after finding Liza kissing Charles in the Hamptons right before he was about to propose! He tells Kelsey not to ask him about that night in the Hamptons ever again. Ugh … Josh’s heartbreak makes my heart break!

Surprisingly, Kelsey calls in Emily — the Entertainment Weekly writer who blackmailed Liza into publishing her labradoodle book in exchange for not revealing her secret — into the office for a chat. She tells Emily that they’ll only publish her book if she keeps Liza’s secret AND puts Millennial on EW’s 29 Under 29 list to garner more publicity. Liza takes this as a sign of forgiveness, but she’s dead wrong … again. After the EW party, Kelsey tells her that what she did was for the imprint, not for her. She doesn’t know that she’ll ever be able to forgive Liza because she broke her heart. And to be honest, this whole exchange broke mine! I love the friendship that Kelsey and Liza have, so to see it on the rocks like this is difficult. Especially when I can understand both sides. Liza didn’t have bad intentions when she started this lie of hers, but she took a little too long to reveal the truth to those who trusted her integrity. Kelsey has gone through a lot in the past few seasons, so to have the one person she relies on reveal this huge lie, I can see why she feels so utterly betrayed.

While Josh and Kelsey wallow in their feelings of betrayal, Liza goes out with Charles to see items related to Ernest Hemingway being sold that once belonged to his father. Liza sees love letters written by Hemingway to Marlene Dietrich, which Charles explains the two were “victims of unsynchronized passion.” Ummm … yes, Liza … that was probably directed at you!

I should tell you all now that while I’ve been on the fence regarding the Josh-Liza-Charles love triangle at times, I am definitely on Team Josh at the moment. Josh is young, yes. He’s a bit more spontaneous and wild as opposed to Charles, yes. But Josh loved Liza despite her lies and he wanted to start a family. He was about to propose to the girl and saw her kissing her boss (which is a no-no as it is)!

After the 29 Under 29 party, Lauren (Molly Bernard) offers Kelsey her Uber ride which has just arrived. Kelsey takes the bait and Lauren and Liza follow the Uber on Lauren’s phone to find out where Kelsey has been staying. Turns out she’s Josh’s new roommate! He greets her at the door with a set of keys and my immediate thought is … this will not end well!

Ughhhhh … why do you do this to us, YOUNGER?? We get it, cliff hangers are your thing. But our broken hearts can’t take much more! Either way, I’m as hooked as I was during the first season and I’m not going anywhere!

If you’re not caught up yet, you can find all the episodes on the TVLand app, On Demand and on Hulu. Also, it was announced recently that YOUNGER has been renewed for a 5th Season!

Make sure to tune in to TVLand every Wednesday at 10pm for more of YOUNGER.

 

Here are some outtakes from this episode to hold you over until next week:

 

Universal Studios Hollywood Introduces FlexPay, An Easy, Online Exclusive, Monthly Payment Option for Annual Pass Purchases

Universal Studios Hollywood introduces FlexPay™, inviting guests to purchase any one of its Silver, Gold or Platinum Annual Passes with the ease of all-new, low monthly payment options.

With an initial down payment, this interest free, online exclusive payment plan enables guests to spread their payments out while enjoying regular visits to The Entertainment Capital of L.A.

The three 12-month annual pass options available to purchase via FlexPay include the following along with key benefits (partial list). Terms and conditions are available at UniversalStudiosHollywood.com/annual-pass.

As the #1 tourist destination in Los Angeles, Universal Studios Hollywood offers unparalleled entertainment for the entire family and limitless fun for annual pass members.

  • Platinum Annual Pass:
    • 365 days of entry per year.
    • No black-out dates.
    • Front of line privileges at all rides and attractions.
    • Free Halloween Horror Nights ticket on select dates.
    • Free general parking daily until 5:00 p.m.
    • 15% off in-park beverage, food and select merchandise.
    • Exclusive invitations to special events.
    • Discounts on general admission tickets for friends and family, on Halloween Horror Nights tickets and at participating CityWalk locations.
  • Gold Annual Pass:
    • 345 days of entry per year.
    • Select black-out dates apply.
    • Free general parking daily until 5:00 p.m.
    • 15% off in-park beverage, food and select merchandise.
    • Exclusive invitations to special events.
    • Discounts on general admission tickets for friends and family, on Halloween Horror Night tickets and at participating CityWalk locations.
  • Silver Annual Pass:
    • Over 250 days of entry per year.
    • Select black-out dates apply.
    • Exclusive invitations to special events.
    • Discounts on general admission tickets for friends and family, on Halloween Horror Night tickets and at participating CityWalk locations.

This summer, Universal Studios Hollywood offers guests a chance to experience “The Wizarding World of Harry PotterTM” in a whole new light as part of its all-new “The Nighttime Lights at Hogwarts TM Castle,” which features a dazzling light projection display against the backdrop of Hogwarts™ School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Ahead of its just announced 2018 attraction based on DreamWorks Animation’s Kung Fu Panda, guests will have a chance to meet many of DreamWorks lovable characters as part of its summer fun experience located within the park’s Universal Plaza venue. Characters include Kung Fu Panda’s Po and Tigress; Madagascar’s Alex the Lion, The Penguins – Skipper, Rico, Kowalski and Private – and King Julian; Trolls’ Poppy and Branch; and Shrek’s Puss ‘n Boots who will join existing characters Shrek and Fiona.

Non-stop thrills are literally around every corner: “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™,” “The Walking Dead Attraction,” “King Kong 360 3-D” and “Fast & Furious: Supercharged” as the grand finale to the world-famous, behind-the-scenes Studio Tour; expansive themed lands, including “Springfield” and “Despicable Me Minion Mayhem;” next generation thrill rides such as “Transformers: The Ride 3D;” and all-time favorites “Jurassic Park: The Ride,” “Revenge of the Mummy” indoor roller coaster and “WaterWorld: A Sea War Spectacular.

More information is available at UniversalStudiosHollywood.com. Like Universal Studios Hollywood on Facebook and follow @UniStudios on Instagram and Twitter.

Universal Studios Hollywood is The Entertainment Capital of L.A. and includes a full-day, movie-based theme park and Studio Tour. As a leading global entertainment destination, Universal Studios Hollywood delivers highly themed immersive lands that translate to real-life interpretations of iconic movie and television shows. Recent additions include “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter ™” which features a bustling Hogsmeade village and such critically-acclaimed rides as “Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey” and “Flight of the Hippogriff™,” Universal Studios Hollywood’s first outdoor rollercoaster. Other immersive lands include “Despicable Me Minion Mayhem” and “Super Silly Fun Land” as well as “Springfield,” hometown of America’s favorite TV family, located adjacent to the award-winning “The Simpsons Ride™” and the “The Walking Dead” daytime attraction. The world-renowned Studio Tour is Universal Studios Hollywood’s signature attraction, inviting guests behind-the-scenes of the world’s biggest and busiest movie and television studio where they can also experience such authentic and immersive thrill rides as “Fast & Furious—Supercharged.” The adjacent Universal CityWalk entertainment, shopping and dining complex also includes the all-new multi-million dollar, completely redesigned Universal CityWalk Cinema, featuring deluxe recliner seating in screening room quality theatres, and the “5 Towers” state-of-the-art outdoor concert stage.

@Thisfunktional #MovieReview: BABY DRIVER

Written by Jesus Figueroa (@Thisfunktional)

The fast-paced “Baby Driver” develops a great story quickly, makes use of every scene and captivates from the opening scene on.

The music can drive the movie on its own, but have characters develop and evolve through out the movie helps to get the audience invested in the plot.

Writer-directed Edgar Wright said that this was a story he had been wanting to tell for many years and it all started with music.

The diligent research he did made the story based on actual reality, but the pacing was driven by the beats of the songs.

The soundtrack helped him develop what would happen to each character and continue moving the story forward scene after scene.

Actor Jamie Foxx, who plays Bats, said he kept the music going between sets because it was important for the story, important for how the characters would react on screen and it made a difference when actors would need to hit queues.

Although the the cast have been on numerous sets for different projects, Actor Ansel Elgort, who plays lead character Baby, found the entire experience unique because everyone was committed to making this story exactly what Wright would be proud of.

Elgort also said that coming off “Baby Driver’s” set and onto his next project was difficult. He was able to play music between takes to keep the mood. His co-stars would look at him funny for playing music between takes as well.

After months of playing Baby and wearing headphones, with the scene’s music and sound effects playing, Elgort needed some time to decompress.

Actress Lily James paired up with Elgort well and was thrilled to play off of Elgort.

James brings out a vulnerability in her character which shows the trust she had in Elgort.

The movie seemed to be written for Elgort to star in, James said.

Actress Eiza Gonzalez and Jon Hamm play complimentary character which are only complete when they are together, and most of the time when they are on screen they are touching.

Gonzalez was interested in the fact that none of the characters tell their own back story, they each tell a bit of each other’s back story.

Hamm thought that by Wright doing that he was able to create the myth of each character and make Baby more of a legend, which works to bring compassion and some level of curiosity.

A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS | Teaser Trailer! In Theaters November 3, 2017 | #badmomsxmas

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YES YES YESSSSSSS!!! The follow up to BAD MOMS will be gracing theaters this November and I can’t wait to see it! Raunchy humor, curse words laced throughout the hilarious dialogue, seeing another side of the “perfect mom” persona? It all works for me!

The holidays can make even the most sane of people quite the opposite, so the anticipation of seeing these “bad moms” weave their way through Christmas leaving behind their usual trail of debauchery is on another level. Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) don’t just have to deal with being “bad moms” themselves, but they also have to deal with unexpected visits from their own respective mothers. It’s sure to get some laughs and, I mean, if worst comes to worst, we’ll always have the image of Ty Swindle (Justin Hartley) being body-waxed by Carla lol!

What do you think is the funniest part about the trailer? Mine has to be Jessie’s (Jay Hernandez) daughter telling Amy that she heard them screaming in the bedroom and thinks they hate each other. Bahahaha! Classic!

A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS hits theaters November 3, 2017!

AMERICAN ASSASSIN | Red Band Trailer! | #AmericanAssassin

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Ooooooh … I’m excited for this one!! This movie has a great cast, a fantastic storyline and the trailer certainly evokes a strong interest in checking out the rest of the film. It looks like the perfect balance of action, drama and edge-of-your-seat craziness!

The story centers around Mitch Rapp (Dylan O’Brien), a man who is no stranger to loss.  After losing his girlfriend/fiancé in a terrorist attack, he’s hell bent on seeking revenge. He’s sent to train with a Cold War veteran named Stan Hurley (Michael Keaton … yes, you heard correctly!) and together they’re led on an action-packed mission.

Based on the #1 Bestseller by the late Vince Flynn, AMERICAN ASSASSIN looks like it’ll be a strong contender among recent action films. What do you think? Are you as excited as I am??

AMERICAN ASSASSIN is set to be released in theaters on September 15, 2017!

 

THE GREATEST SHOWMAN | FIRST Trailer Released! | #greatestshowman

 

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It’s showtime! 

20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for THE GREATEST SHOWMAN, starring Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Michelle Williams, Rebecca Ferguson, and Zendaya, and featuring original songs by the Academy Award® Winning lyricists of La La Land, Benj Pasek & Justin Paul.

 

 

SYNOPSIS

Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business & tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.

 

THE GREATEST SHOWMAN hits theaters everywhere on December 25, 2017!

 

THE GREATEST SHOWMAN

Musical
Release: December 25, 2017
Director:  Michael Gracey
Story by Jenny Bicks
Screenplay by Jenny Bicks and Bill Condon
Producers: Laurence Mark, Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping
Cast: Hugh Jackman; Zac Efron; Michelle Williams; Rebecca Ferguson; Zendaya

 

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