The live action Disney remakes have been a bit of a mixed bag for me but this announcement should be enough to get anyone hyped.
The only thing you absolutely need to know about the 2014 MTV VMAs is Beyoncé. No one does it like Beyoncé. 100 years from now when historians look back at the most influential artists it will be Beyoncé. Don’t believe me? Beyoncé was receiving the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. The Beatles, David Bowie, Madonna, Janet Jackson, the Rolling Stones, Beastie Boys, U2, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, now Beyoncé. Last year JT won and did a mind blowing set in which every song I said, “Oh yeah, I remember this one!”. Beyoncé has had #1 hits since 1997 (she was 16). There are any number of songs to draw from. Instead her performance was only from the album she surprise released in December. And you couldn’t take your eyes off the screen.
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This fall’s first “event television” is coming September 20th to HBO. It’s a two hour concert special with 40 songs from the Jay-Z and Beyoncé On The Run tour and I promise it will be all anyone talks about for days before and after. The Carters are collectively worth an estimated half a billion dollars and while they’ve been the topic of much gossip since the infamous Met Gala elevator incident there’s no doubt that these two put on one hell of a show.
If you missed the best trailer for a movie that doesn’t exist directed by Melina Matsoukas starring Sean Penn, Don Cheadle, Guillermo Diaz, Emmy Rossum, Jake Gyllenhaal, Blake Lively, Rashida & Kidada Jones that was released for the tour back in May check it out… Continue reading “Beyoncé & Jay-Z “On the Run” Coming to HBO September 20th”