Skip to 0:57 for a preview of the song produced by Diplo, off Jennifer's new album A.K.A. out June 17th.
Mods, the video is fanmade but this is the first HQ preview of the song we have gotten so far.
Gotham, Warner Bros. TV's Batman spinoff about young Bruce Wayne, has emerged from the L.A. Screenings with the most buzz, international buyers tell THR. "A smart origins story, beautifully produced with a strong cast," says Sarah Wright, head of acquisitions for BSkyB, of the series starring Ben McKenzie. Notes Jeffrey Schlesinger, president of Warner Bros. Worldwide TV Distribution, "Broadcasters look at [Gotham] as something that has built-in name recognition."
Also getting high marks at the annual billion-dollar TV sell-off for global buyers is Disney's How to Get Away With Murder, starring Viola Davis and produced by Shonda Rhimes. Wayward Pines, M. Night Shyamalan's 10-episode thriller from FX Productions, also has fans. "An intense level of suspense," says Aline Marrache-Tesseraud of Canal Plus.
The Mysteries of Laura, a Warner Bros. comedy starring Debra Messing, is cited by Ruediger Boess of ProSiebenSat1 Group, along with WBTV's Stalker and Gotham, as having "high production value, perfect writing, good casting and a great sense of emotion." Satisfaction, an NBCU dramedy about an investment banker, is among the few comedies a Scandinavian buyer liked: "The sitcoms we saw were pretty poor," but Satisfaction was "funny and extremely relatable." Sony's comedy Marry Me also got a thumbs-up from Wright: "It had me in stitches throughout."
*BrBa ended nearly a year ago so obviously SPOILERS ahead if you're behind on the show*
Bryan Cranston/Walter White will 'definitely' return in the new spin-off 'Better Call Saul' despite his character being seemingly killed off in the Breaking Bad finale last year.
With the new show coming and the possibility of flashbacks or flash-forwards, there is going to be something with Walter White," a source told the website. "They won't do it as a gimmick, it will actually mean something when they do it. Definitely expect the return of Walter White in some way, shape or form in the new show."
However the insider was unable to confirm whether Walter White will be alive when he returns to the small-screen.
Ouch.— Pedro Pascal (@PedroPascal1) June 2, 2014
i shit you not, i can't get rid of this headache.— Pedro Pascal (@PedroPascal1) June 2, 2014
Never one to shy away from controversy, it appears that Oliver Stone will be the filmmaker to bring the inevitable feature film portrayal of NSA leaker Edward Snowden to fruition. The European co-production is based on Luke Harding’s book The Snowden Files, which recounts how the young computer professional breached the National Security Agency to leak evidence of America’s global surveillance. The Guardian reports that Stone hopes to begin production by the end of this year, as a rival Edward Snowden film is in the works based on the book No Place to Hide. Harding and other Guardian journalists will be consulting on Stone’s film.
Stone has never been afraid of delving into politically charged material, though it has made for mixed results. JFK and Platoon are fantastic, while films like W. and Alexander fell short of their promise. Stone’s recent output hasn’t been stellar, but whatever he cooks up with The Snowden Files is sure to be provocative.
Who should be cast as Snowden? I vote David Tennant