Watch Pharrell Williams’ LIVE Q&A with the cast of ‘Hidden Figures‘.
Thanks to 21st Century Fox and AMC Theatres, those residing in 14 U.S. cities will have the opportunity on Feb. 18 to watch the three-time Oscar-nominated movie about the African American women who were behind NASA’s space program during its early years.
Gratis screenings for Hidden Figures will take place at 10AM on that Saturday at AMC venues in Atlanta, GA; Baltimore, MD; The Bronx, NY; Charlotte, NC; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Detroit, MI; Los Angeles, CA; New Orleans, LA; Philadelphia, PA; Oakland, CA; St. Louis, MO; Miami, FL; and Washington, DC. Tickets will be distributed on a first come, first served basis and can be reserved at AMC’s website.
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Colombian-born artist J Balvin is arguably one of the biggest artists in the reggaeton genre these days. While his music has earned him Latin Grammys and a loyal fan base, it’s also allowed him to expand his brand. The singer was given the title of the ambassador of Men’s New York Fashion Week this year, a first for a Latin artist.
The 31-year-old’s music and style is not only captivating those in Latin America, but it’s breaking barriers and gaining the recognition of listeners and fashionistas worldwide. XXL caught up with the megastar in New York City last week to talk about a number of subjects including his friendship with Pharrell, his love for hip-hop, future collabs and his fashion sense.
Where do you find your inspiration when it comes to your everyday style?
I like to look at a lot of fashion blogs to stay up to date with the trends, but definitely Pharrell Williams is someone that I’m influenced by when it comes to fashion. I don’t dress exactly like him, but I want to be like him in the cultural way. He opens the doors for a lot of new fashion designers and creates his own style. It’s all about love with him and he’s the culture.
Justin has been Interviewed by hollywoodreporter.com where he talked about his new album. At this juncture of his career, Timberlake still is more pop star than movie star. He doesn’t have his next film lined up after the Allen project — which wrapped in November — but he sure knows what his next album will be (even if it doesn’t yet have a release date).
He’s been working on it for months, collaborating with The Neptunes, Timbaland and Max Martin (who helped write “Can’t Stop The Feeling!” and two of the other four original songs Timberlake penned for the soundtrack, which Timberlake also executive produced). In fact, just the other night, he was holed up in the studio, “caught up in a creative tornado,” until three in the morning. “It sounds more like where I’ve come from than any other music I’ve ever made,” he describes what he’s been working on. “It’s Memphis. It’s Southern American music. But I want to make it sound modern — at least that’s the idea right now.” Thanks to thepestilence.
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