Saturday, January 13, 2018

Weekly Update #3 (Jan. 7-13): Paramore's #TourThree Begins in Barcelona, Robert Pattinson at the Golden Globes



Happy New Year 2018!! It's a brand new year, which means I'm back for new updates about our three favorite people: Paramore, Rob and Kristen. If you missed my first two Weekly Updates, check them out here and here

I decided to try something different with the blog this week and do a wrap-up post for all the events that happened with Paramore, Rob and Kristen from January 7-13 (Sunday-Saturday). It's kind of like what some other fansites do, linking back to their own content, but I'm linking to content that I'm a fan of. 



Here's the third installment of The Weekly Update:

Friday, December 1, 2017

Weekly Update #2 (Nov. 26-Dec. 2): Paramore on Consequence of Sound, Robert Pattinson at the 2017 Gotham Awards, Kristen Stewart's LIZZIE to Premiere at Sundance 2018

I decided to try something different with the blog this week and do a wrap-up post for all the events that happened with Paramore, Rob and Kristen from November 26-December 2 (Sunday-Saturday). It's kind of like what some other fansites do, linking back to their own content, but I'm linking to content that I'm a fan of. 

Here's the second installment of our my Weekly Update:


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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Weekly Update #1 (Nov. 12-18) : Hayley Williams on Forbes, Kristen Stewart Presenting Awards, Robert Pattinson and Jamie Bell on ACTORS ON ACTORS

 



I decided to try something different with the blog this week and do a wrap-up post for all the events that happened with Paramore, Rob and Kristen from November 12-18 (Sunday-Saturday). It's kind of like what some other fansites do, linking back to their own content, but I'm linking to content that I'm a fan of. 


Thursday, November 2, 2017

#TOURTWO: Paramore Bring their 'After Laughter' Tour to a Close in Hometown Show




Now that the Tour Two is almost over, Paramore brought their After Laughter experience back to their hometown, Nashville! 


#GRAMMYS2017: Paramore's 'After Laughter' and "Hard Times" Submitted

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It's Grammy season yet again, and Paramore's After Laughter has been submitted for Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year. Their hit first single from the album, "Hard Times" was submitted for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Music Video.

Before, I wasn't that excited for this nomination, it was expected that Hard Times would get submissions for Best Music Video, but Song of the Year? When they have so many other amazing songs on the album, like 26? or  Forgiveness? Best Pop Duo/Group is obvious. Album of the Year is unexpected too. Not that I don't want them to not win the nods, but it's hard to say, after the huge success of the 2013 self-titled album, and their first Grammy win for "Ain't it Fun". Personally, I feel like this album as a whole was meant as therapy; a way of passage for the band. It doesn't feel like an album that should absolutely-positively get big awards for. 

Nominations will be announced on November 28, so we'll see what gets the big push then. 

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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

#GOTHAMAWARDS 2017: Robert Pattinson and GOOD TIME Nominated!!



Such incredible news!! Robert Pattinson and his film Good Time have been nominated at the 25th annual Gotham Independent Film Awards, aka Gotham Awards. Rob has been nominated for the Best Actor category, while the film for the Best Feature category.

As a fan for over 10 years, I'm so proud of Rob getting his first Gotham nomination! This is only the beginning! I have not seen Good Time yet, but I'm dying to, very soon.

From Broadway World:

The Gotham Audience Award nominees are comprised of the 14 films nominated for Best Feature, Best Documentary, and the Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award. The winners are selected by online voting of IFP members, which opens on November 17th. This year's Gotham Awards ceremony will take place on Monday, November 27th at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.
 Best Actor

  • Willem Dafoe – The Florida Project
  • James Franco – The Disaster Artist
  • Daniel Kaluuya – Get Out
  • Robert Pattinson  – Good Time
  • Adam Sandler – The Meyerowitz Stories
  • Harry Dean Stanton  – Lucky


  • Best Feature
    • Call Me by Your Name
    • The Florida Project
    • Get Out
    • Good Time
    • I, Tonya





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    #AFIFEST 2017: Robert Pattinson to Appear on The Hollywood Reporter's Panel on November 12


    Robert Pattinson's award season has begun, starting with an independent film panel hosted by The Hollywood Reporter during AFI Fest on November 12. 

    Eight filmmakers currently generating awards buzz for their work on independent films unveiled in 2017 will appear at the 31st AFI Fest on the fourth annual Indie Contenders Panel, hosted by The Hollywood Reporter.
    This year's participants will be Sean Baker (co-writer and director, The Florida Project); Richard Gere (lead actor, Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer); Salma Hayek (lead actress, Beatriz at Dinner); Diane Kruger (lead actress, In the Fade); Kumail Nanjiani (co-writer and lead actor, The Big Sick); Robert Pattinson (lead actor, Good Time); Margot Robbie (lead actress, I, Tonya); and Lois Smith (supporting actress, Marjorie Prime).
    The panel will take place over 90 minutes on Nov. 12, at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, in front of 200 AFI Fest badgeholders and ticketholders. It will feature clips and conversation about the challenges and rewards of making independent films. Video will exclusively appear on this blog shortly thereafter.
    It'll be interesting to see how Rob interacts with his peers in the indie movie world. Can't wait!!

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    Tuesday, October 17, 2017

    #ELLEWIH 2017: Kristen Stewart Surprises Us All with a Festive Fall Suit!




    Kristen Stewart surprises us all with a very festive, orange and brown suit by Antonio Berardi, Resort 2018 at the 2017 Elle Magazine Women in Hollywood Awards in Los Angeles, CA. Also there were some of the Twilight Saga squad, Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen) and Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale). It was just a lovely scene to see such fabulous badass women coming together for one night. 



    Kristen was also there to present her friend and The Runaways co-star Riley Keough the Spotlight Award at the event, with a lovely, eye-opening speech regarding the sexual harassment issues within Hollywood. Especially those against Harvey Weinstein, which I loved! From Elle.com
    "I just want to express how thankful I am to hear what is typically a sort of like murmured pseudo-conversation because we've all been talking about this forever—not to make it specific, but it is, about this motherfucker," Kristen said as the audience cheered.
    "It's just like one of those conversations we've all had a million times be so loud amongst people who really care about that. If I had someone close to me feel like they couldn't be helped or were subject to that type of manipulation or torment or fear of any kind really, especially in regards to being in our realm, where we work, where we have taken very apparent strides towards something not quite equal, but somewhere hopeful for sure, I would feel sick, and do, because I know a lot of these women," she continued.
    "So kudos to those who felt hopeful enough, and comfortable enough to be caught and received and heard by those around them, that made it okay to allow themselves to feel better," she said. "Because you need to allow yourself to feel better when you feel that bad. And it takes help and we can all be proud of that notion and perpetuate it by saying that we have got you, affirmatively."
    "I can't tell you how many times I've saved makeup artists—because it trickles down to makeup artists, camera assistants—from DPs who are like, 'Hey babe,' you know like, it happens on lesser scales, too. And, um, when I say like 'saved' I mean momentarily been like, "Hey, don't, fucker." And then they're embarrassed for one second but then it just keeps going every single day."
    "So, I would say let's be aware of this on every level. I can tell you that those girls are as duct-taped as one could possibly be, because they're in fear of getting their next job."
    See photos and videos below from the event below. 

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    Wednesday, October 11, 2017

    #TOURTWO: Paramore Find Solace in Music During Their Radio City Music Hall Debut





    This past week has been so heartbreaking and full of negativity in the news, what with the death of Tom Petty and the Las Vegas terrorist attacks. But that didn't stop Paramore from sharing their hope and positivity within their music during their Radio City Music Hall debut in New York City. If you haven't read Billboard's review of the big night, here's a snippet:

    "If we cry hard, we dance harder,” Paramore’s Hayley Williams tells the sold-out crowd at New York’s Radio City Music Hall Wednesday night (Oct. 4). "It's been a gnarly week, it's been shitty and emotional and we just want to dance with you, sing with you, cry with you. You got your dancing shoes on?"
    Williams’ comments throughout the entire show made it apparent that she was feeling just as much grief as anyone in the 6,000-person audience before her. And while she had the energy of someone who was bursting with happiness (not to mention her super-sparkly gold sequined romper), her profound “cry hard, dance forever” sentiment revealed that perhaps that energy was simply fueled by emotion -- whether it was purely positive or otherwise.
    Starting the show off with the After Laughter hit “Hard Times,” Paramore carried through a 19-song set list chock full of their biggest hits as well as some of their most heart-hitting tracks, from "That's What You Get" to "Fake Happy." Williams fulfilled her frontwoman duties to the fullest, with hair-flip headbanging and can-can kicks galore, but perhaps most necessary -- at least for the timing of this particular show -- plenty of heartfelt and poignantly uplifting statements to keep spirits high.
    The most emotional point came when Williams and guitarist Taylor York stripped things down for an acoustic version of "26" ("the chairs are out, the gloves are off, New York City,” Wiliams quipped), but much like the rest of the show, with the crowd singing along so loudly, it felt like any sadness was purely taken over by passion. And while the choir of strangers was practically thunderous, when it came time for Williams to converse instead of croon, she had its full attention.
    "I'm not going to preach to you or anything,” she said before the final few songs in the pre-encore part of the show -- sparking a unanimously roaring, “Preach! Preach! Preach!” that echoed in the dome-like venue -- Williams went on telling fans to use sadness or pain as inspiration to create, something that’s led to the music they’ve put out in the world.
    The fact that Hayley took the time not only to briefly discuss the tragedies of this past week, but to use her platform to bring hope and love is just all things that I love about her, the band, and their music. It's a lot more than "thoughts and prayers" tweets, or tone deaf Facebook message; it's so much more to use their platform for what it's worth. And what makes it even better is that this is all during their first-ever performance at the famous Radio City Music Hall! 


    Setlist

    Intro + Hard Times
    Intro + Ignorance [a new version]
    Still Into You
    Daydreaming [a new version]
    Forgiveness
    Brick By Boring Brick
    Playing God
    That’s What You Get
    I Caught Myself
    Hate To See Your Heart Break
    26
    Told You So
    Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac cover)
    Fake Happy
    Misery Business
    Ain’t It Fun
    Caught In The Middle
    Scooby’s in the Back (Halfnoise cover)
    Rose-Colored Boy

    See some photos and videos from their RCMH debut below:


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    Saturday, October 7, 2017

    #LFF: Robert Pattinson at the 2017 BFI London Film Festival for the U.K. Premiere of GOOD TIME


    Robert Pattinson looked good at the BFI London Film Festival today! He almost always looks good, but this time, he looked exceptional in his tux, still sporting his buzzcut hairdo. He attended LFF in support of the U.K. premiere of his new film, Good Time, along with director Benny Safdie of the Safdie Brothers. 

    See some photos and videos below. 

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    Thursday, October 5, 2017

    #TOURTWO: Brendan Urie, Josh Dun, John Mayer and More Attend Paramore Concert in Los Angeles


    It was a special, "homecoming" L.A. concert at the Greek Theatre for Paramore during their Tour Two in support of their fifth album, After Laughter. Celebrity guests included Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendan Urie and his wife Sarah, Josh Dun from Twenty One Pilots, John Mayer, Mike Shinoda and CHVRCHES.

    The band didn't change their setlist for this tour stop, but it was nice to know that their rock scene friends showed up to support them. 

    See some photos and videos from the show below. 


    Setlist:


    Intro + Hard Times
    Intro + Ignorance [a new version]
    Still Into You
    Daydreaming [a new version]
    Forgiveness
    Brick By Boring Brick
    Playing God
    That’s What You Get
    I Caught Myself
    Hate To See Your Heart Break
    26
    Told You So
    Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac cover)
    Fake Happy
    Misery Business
    Ain’t It Fun
    Caught In The Middle
    Scooby’s in the Back (Halfnoise cover)
    Rose-Colored Boy

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