Check out this new James Bond song video from Raconteurs frontman Jack White and R & B singer Alicia Keys. This song is an official soundtrack of the forthcoming James Bond movie entitled Quantum of Solace. The song, Another Way To Die, was written by Jack White.
Another Way To Die music video has a background in a desert with both stars wearing spy fashion dresses. Alicia Keys plays the piano while White alternates the drums and guitars as his instruments.
This is the first James Bond theme song sung by a duo. The James Bond Movie Quantum Of Solace starring Daniel Craig will be on theaters this coming November 7, 2008.
Check out the music video below:
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Monday, September 22, 2008
The 2008 Emmy Awards winners (Mad Men and John Adams casts)
There are lots of surprise wins during the 2008 Emmy Awards for television. And a few upsets too. Critically acclaimed period drama Mad Men made history with a best drama win, becoming the first show from a network other than HBO to win the prize.
But HBO rake most of the awards through its seven-part story of the nation's second president, John Adams. It swept the show winning 13 Emmys, the most ever by a miniseries, surpassing the previous record of 11 set in 2004 by HBO's adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels in America.
30 Rock won the best comedy, while stars Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey swept best comic categories.
Jeremy Piven won another supporting actor in a comedy Emmy for Entourage, while Jean Smart won for her work on Samantha Who?.
But in the biggest upset of the night, the Emmy for best actor in a drama, went to Bryan Cranston for starring on another new cable TV show, AMC's Breaking Bad, as a terminally ill high school teacher who cooks crystal methamphetamine.
John Adams star Paul Giamatti and co-star, movie actress Laura Linney, won top honours in acting in a mini series.
Complete list of winners:
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Jeremy Piven, Entourage (HBO)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Jean Smart, Samantha Who? (ABC)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Zeljko Ivanek, Damages (FX)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Diane Wiest, In Treatment (HBO)
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
Tom Wilkinson, John Adams (HBO)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie
Dame Eileen Atkins, Cranford (Masterpiece) (PBS)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie
Laura Linney, John Adams (HBO)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
Paul Giamatti, John Adams (HBO)
Outstanding Directing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program
Louis J. Horvitz, The 80th Annual Academy Awards
Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program
The Colbert Report (Comedy Central)
Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series
The Daily Show with John Stewart (Comedy Central)
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
Don Rickles, Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (HBO)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series
Barry Sonnenfeld, Pushing Daisies - 'Pie-lette' (ABC)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series
Tina Fey, 30 Rock - 'Cooter' (NBC)
Outstanding Made for a Television Movie
John Adams (HBO)
Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special
Jay Roach, Recount (HBO)
Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special
Kirk Ellis, John Adams - 'Independence' (HBO)
Outstanding Reality/Competition Program
The Amazing Race (CBS)
Outstanding Host for a Reality Or Reality/Competition Show
Jeff Probst, Survivor (CBS)
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
Greg Yaitanes, House - 'House’s Head' (Fox)
Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series
Matthew Weiner, Mad Men - 'Smoke Gets in Your Eyes' (AMC)
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series
Tina Fey, 30 Rock (NBC)
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series
Glenn Close, Damages (FX)
Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series
Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock (NBC)
Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series
Brian Cranston, Breaking Bad (AMC)
Outstanding Drama Series
Mad Men (AMC)
Outstanding Comedy Series
30 Rock (NBC)
Friday, September 19, 2008
Hayley Williams, Paramore's lead vocals is very ecstatic about the band's participation in the Twilight phenomenon. In fact, the band will contribute two songs into the soundtrack of the movie as confirmed by Williams today at MTV news, saying;
"Twilight really caught my attention and held it. I'm really excited to see the book adapted to film and excited that our band gets to be a part of the phenomenon."
Williams has posted multiple photos of herself with the vampire-themed novels and blogged extensively about her love for the Stephanie Meyers-penned books and says she's more than happy about the collaboration.
"Twilight is the first series of books I've ever read. I didn't get into the Harry Potter series, even though I love the movies," she said.
The Twilight movie, starring Kristen Stewart as shy teenager Bella Swan and Robert Pattinson as her vampire paramour Edward, will be in theaters Nov. 21.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Democrat presidential candidate, Barack Obama really knows how to roll the dice in his side. Last Tuesday he held two star-studded events in his honor in Beverly Hills.
The first event was a $28,500-per-plate dinner at the landmark Greystone Mansion attended by some bold-faced names, including Tobey McGuire, Leonardo DiCapro Jodie Foster and Chris Rock.
The second, a $2,500-per-ticket fund-raiser at the glamorous Regent Beverly Wilshire included performances by Ben Harper and Barbara Streisand.
After three songs, Streisand introduced the man of the hour, who came onstage to roaring applause and outbursts of "yes we can" and "sí se puede." Obama revved up the crowd, but kept a serious, even somber, tone during his speech, which touched on the current economic crisis, recent hurricanes to hit the Gulf Coast, and a fatal train crash in Los Angeles.
Among the crowd was Sarah Silverman and Ron Howard, who enjoyed the desserts and an open bar in between cracking jokes about the GOP's Sarah Palin and John McCain. Laura Dern watched her husband (Ben Harper) perform, but stood atop her chair when Obama made his entrance.
Together, the events raised an estimated $9 million for the Democratic presidential nominee.
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Megan Fox is heating up men's magazine GQ's October issue, posing in her bikini for its cover. The actress, who in April 2008 has been crowned as FHM's No. 1 Sexiest Woman in the World, shows off her curvy figure for the magazine's cover in black bikini, exposing part of her breasts.
That's the tongue-across-the-teeth, barely-there-bikini picture gracing the October issue of GQ, in which Fox, 22, makes no apologies about her movie roles.
"If I get stuck doing comic book ﬁlms for the rest of my life, I'll be really happy," she tells the magazine. "I love those types of movies. And I don't mind being sexy – if it's a character with a back story and an arc and something progresses."
Of posing for the magazine, Fox says: “I am very excited to be involved with GQ, as it is such a great magazine.”
Fox, meanwhile, is also on the cover of Maxim, but her reps say the magazine proceeded without her cooperation, purchasing older photos that already have run in other magazines.
A Maxim rep says: "Megan Fox is a talented actor and a favorite of our 13 million readers and we're pleased to recognize her accomplishments in the October issue with this beautiful photo portfolio."
Monday, September 15, 2008
Rock band Pink Floyd founding member, Richard Wright, died at the age of 65, the band's spokesman said. Wright, who played the keyboard, passed away on Monday at his home in Britain after a battle with cancer, reports the Associated Press.
Wright, who wrote Pink Floyd successful songs like, "The Great Gig in the Sky" and "The Dark Side of the Moon," met band mates Roger Waters and Nick Mason in college and joined their group, Sigma 6, which eventually became Pink Floyd.
The band went on to sell over 200 million albums worldwide. Wright, who left the group in the early '80s, rejoined in 1987 for the album A Momentary Lapse of Reason; the band recorded one more studio album, The Division Bell, before ceasing touring.
The original members reunited in 2005 for the Live 8 concert in London.
Friday, September 5, 2008
All-time cycling champion and a hit with the ladies, Lance Armstrong confesses he hasn't always been a superstar in the Tour De Bedroom.
"If you are riding your bike five, six, seven hours a day, you are not a sex champion," he tells Men's Journal in its October issue. "You have fatigue, low testosterone and a lower libido," he says matter-of-factly, "but you know, I never got any complaints."
The record-breaking athlete conquered testicular cancer and won seven consecutive Tour de France victories before retiring in 2005 and has dated Sheryl Crow, Tory Burch and, more recently, Kate Hudson since his 2003 divorce from his wife of five years (and mother of their three children), Kristin.
But right now, he's single and enjoying every minute of it.
"I'm a 36-year-old single guy who is completely open and honest with every woman in my life," says Armstrong. "As long as you're honest, and no one's getting played or let down, then you're being fair."
And while he says dating is tough, he relies on friends to introduce him to potential girlfriends. "It's hard for me to call someone up and say, 'Hey, can I take you on a date?'" he says. "It's never like that. I meet people casually, hanging out with friends, so there's less pressure."