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The Rolling Stones: Best Gifts and Collectibles to Buy Right Now

In celebration of the Rolling Stones’ upcoming No Filter Tour (purchase tickets here), as well as a special shoutout to Mr. Mick Jagger on his 76th birthday (July 26th), we decided to round up some of our favorite Rolling Stones merch floating around the internet. Formed in 1962, the Rolling Stones led the charge of the British Invasion that took the U.S. by storm in the mid Sixties. Unlike some of their contemporaries, the Stones were hard-hitting, passionate, loud, rebellious and in your face. And fans around the globe have loved it ever since.
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Keith Richards on Going Solo, and Why It Made Him Appreciate Mick Jagger

In 1986, the future of the Rolling Stones was uncertain. Instead of hitting the road for the band’s new album Dirty Work, Mick Jagger went out as a solo act. So Keith Richards did something he’d always resisted: He started a new band. The guitarist gathered a group of friends he called the X-Pensive Winos and holed up in a Quebec studio to cut Talk Is Cheap, which mixed Memphis soul, reggae and early rock.

“I wasn’t under the pressure of the Stones,” he says. “It was a lot looser.
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Keith Richards’ Great Solo Debut, ‘Talk Is Cheap,’ Turns 30

Keith Richards’ Great Solo Debut, ‘Talk Is Cheap,’ Turns 30
During the mid Eighties, the relationship between Keith Richards and Mick Jagger hit a historic low, as Jagger tested solo waters. “Mick started to become unbearable.” Richards wrote in his 2010 memoir Life. You could hear the rift: 1983’s Undercover and 1986’s Dirty Work often sounded like lackluster attempts at keeping up with the times.

So in 1988, Richards took advantage of time off in the Stones’ schedule and went into the studio with a crack band he dubbed the X-Pensive Winos, including guitarist Waddy Wachtel, keyboard player Ivan Neville and drummer-producer Steve Jordan.
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What’s Coming to Hulu in March 2019

  • Variety
As 2019 marches along, Hulu has a couple original series that binge watchers will not want to miss in March. “Shrill,” starring “Saturday Night Live’s” Aidy Bryant, is a body-positive comedy that critiques society’s beauty standards and millennial culture. The entire season drops on March 15.

On March 20, fans of true crime will be able to relive the 2015 murder of Dee Dee Blanchard by her daughter, Gypsy, with “The Act.” Starring Patricia Arquette and Joey King as the mother and daughter pair, viewers will surely believe that truth can be stranger than fiction with the new crime anthology series.

Documentary buffs who are scared of heights may need to hold on to something because “Free Solo,” the Oscar winner for best documentary feature, will premiere on March 13. “Shoplifters,” an Academy Award-nominated foreign language film, offers a harrowing look at poverty in Japan, and debuts on March 14.

March will also be
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High Octane Pictures to tempt Efm buyers with 'Children Of Moloch' (exclusive)

High Octane Pictures to tempt Efm buyers with 'Children Of Moloch' (exclusive)
Michael Biehn stars in child sacrifice cult film.

Galen Christy’s Us sales and distribution outfit High Octane Pictures has unveiled its Efm sales slate led by drama The Challenger Disaster.

Inspired by the tragic Space Shuttle explosion in 1986, the film stars Dean Cain and is directed by Nathan Vonminden. The slate includes Charlie Steeds’ horror film Winterskin, about a man who takes refuge from the snowy wilderness in the home of an old lady, unaware her cabin is stalked by a bloodthirsty creature. David Lenik and Rowena Bentley star.

Psychological thriller Children Of Moloch stars genre veteran Michael Biehn
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Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July 2018

Hulu has confirmed that several of its original series will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in July, including the first season of the highly anticipated Stephen King thriller “Castle Rock” as well as season 2 of the costume drama “Harlots” and season 4 of the comedy “Casual.”

And there will also be new to Hulu seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including season 2 of “The Strain,” season 4 of “The Vikings” and season 8 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Hulu appearances including the first five films in the “Star Trek” franchise and the Oscar-winning “Rosemary’s Baby.”

See Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July

Available July 1: TV

Alaska: The Last Frontier: Complete Season 4 (Discovery)

Deadliest Catch: Complete Season 11 (Discovery)

Deadly Women: Complete Season 6 (ID)

Dual Survival: Complete Season 5 (Discovery)

Elementary: Complete Season
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NYC Weekend Watch: Hitchcock-Grant, Double Features, Fellini & More

Since any New York City cinephile has a nearly suffocating wealth of theatrical options, we figured it’d be best to compile some of the more worthwhile repertory showings into one handy list. Displayed below are a few of the city’s most reliable theaters and links to screenings of their weekend offerings — films you’re not likely to see in a theater again anytime soon, and many of which are, also, on 35mm. If you have a chance to attend any of these, we’re of the mind that it’s time extremely well-spent.

Metrograph

Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant‘s collaborations are highlighted in a series that brings Notorious, Suspicion, and To Catch a Thief on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, respectively.

Prints of Max OphülsLetter from an Unknown Woman and Alan Arkin‘s Little Murders play on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

A print of James and the Giant Peach
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Off The Shelf – Episode 64 – New DVD & Blu-ray Releases For Tuesday, September 22nd 2015

This week on Off The Shelf, Ryan is joined by Brian Saur to take a look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week of September 22nd, 2015, and chat about some follow-up and home video news.

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Episode Links & Notes Follow-up December Criterion Announcements Thunderbean Update News Warner Archive: Twice Upon A Time on September 29th Arrow USA: What Have You Done To Solange? Masters Of Cinema: Day Of The Outlaw, December 7th Sony: Better Call Saul / You Can’t Take It With You Kino Lorber Studio Classics: The Black Sleep / Donovan’s Brain Vinegar Syndrome Dilemma Oscilloscope’s new web store New Releases The American Dreamer Arrow: Season 3 Beginning Or The End Black Caesar Breaker Morant Busting Destructors Deuces Wild Dirty Work Doctor Who: Dark Water/Death in Heaven 3D Dog Day Afternoon 40th Anniversary Fatal Instinct Flash: Season 1 For Us the
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Nick Jonas Slides Into His Michael Jackson Phase With ‘Levels’

  • Vulture
Nick Jonas Slides Into His Michael Jackson Phase With ‘Levels’
Nick Jonas has released his latest post–Jonas Brothers single, "Levels," and while it's none of that Taylor Swift–approved chin music, it's kind of a banger? That's, of course, if you can tell it apart from Austin Mahone's equally '80s synth-inspired dance track "Dirty Work," and also ignore that Meek Mill coined "It's levels to this shit" two years ago. Brace yourselves, we've reached Nick's Michael Jackson phase. Awkward dance moves still to come.
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Austin Mahone Takes Us Inside Kylie Jenner's 18th Birthday Party

Austin Mahone Takes Us Inside Kylie Jenner's 18th Birthday Party
Singer Austin Mahone stopped by People Now to confirm what we all already suspected: Kylie Jenner's 18th birthday bash was a "club scene" with a star around every corner.

Jenner held the party Aug. 9 at the West Hollywood nightclub Bootsy Bellows, where boyfriend Tyga surprised her with a $320,000 Ferrari.

Mahone, 19, said he got to meet Tyga for the first time and spent the rest of the party "mingling" with other A-list guests.

The "Dirty Work" singer says all of Jenner's sisters were in attendance, along with Kim Kardashian West's husband Kanye West and Khloé Kardashian's current boyfriend James Harden.
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Austin Mahone's Steamy "Dirty Work" Video Pays Homage to The Office—Watch Now!

Austin Mahone's Steamy
Austin Mahone is getting down to business for his just dropped "Dirty Work" music video. Complete with a Steve Carell look-alike boss and hilarious behind-the-scenes interviews with Mahone's "co-workers," the awesome vid is one part The Office, one part hot and heavy cubicle romance and one part epic dance party.  After his boss tells the 19-year-old he'll  have to stay overnight to finish a project, Mahone takes full advantage of working overtime by showing a sexy new hire around the office while the entire staff watches the two get their flirt on. Mahone and the video vixen then sizzle during a steamy make-out sesh in the boss's office before the entire staff forgo all...
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Austin Mahone Opens Up About Girlfriend About Becky G, New Album: Watch Now!

Austin Mahone Opens Up About Girlfriend About Becky G, New Album: Watch Now!
Austin Mahone and Becky G have the long distance relationship thing on lock.  In between dishing on his new hot single "Dirty Work" to E! News at the NBC Experience Store in New York City, the conversation turned towards the 19-year-old singer's budding relationship with fellow pop star Becky G.  "It's going good. I mean it's cool, you know, we have a good time. I visit her in L.A., she visits me in Miami. We make music together. It's great," Mahone revealed. "A long distance relationship is definitely tough, but I think you know the fact that we, you know, are in the same career mode; it kind of brings us together even more." In another recent interview...
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Artie Lange on his inevitable 'Howard Stern' flameout: 'It ended the only way it can end'

  • Hitfix
Artie Lange on his inevitable 'Howard Stern' flameout: 'It ended the only way it can end'
All due respect to "Mad TV" and "Dirty Work" fans, but for this writer Artie Lange's greatest performance will always be his eight-year run on "The Howard Stern Show." From 2001 to 2009, the gravelly-voiced comedian worked as the King of All Media's brash, no-nonsense, fan-beloved sidekick, a role that brought him his greatest career success ("It was the closest I ever felt to being a rock star") but also brought his personal demons to the fore. His stint on the show came to an abrupt and chilling end in January 2010, when Lange, at that time addicted to heroin, was hospitalized for eight months following a suicide attempt (an episode he has discussed publicly and wrote about in his 2013 memoir "Crash and Burn"). Five years on from his terrifying downward spiral, Lange has rebounded and continues to work, performing standup gigs and making guest appearances on TV shows including "Louie" and Californication.
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Go Behind-The-Scenes of All Time Low’s ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ Music Video

Go Behind-The-Scenes of All Time Low’s ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ Music Video
All Time Low is gearing up to release their new album, Future Hearts, on April 7th – and the first single off the album, “Something’s Gotta Give” is already proving to be a monster hit.

The music video for the uber-catchy new punk/pop-rock tune has already amassed over 1.5 million views on YouTube and features lead singer Alex Gaskarth roaming about in a French fry costume as he attempts to hit on a model, befriend his band-mates and cuddle a cat. Unfortunately, none of them want anything to do with the 27-year-old, but it’s not until he glances at his reflection that he understands why: He’s A Zombie. Gaskarth then goes on to infect Jack Barakat, Rian Dawson, and Zack Merrick with his zombie-bite – and in the end, he’s put out of his own misery. Yikes?

Video: Is Andrew McMahon Teaming Up With Hanson?

ETonline has an exclusive look at what went on behind-the-scenes
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Big Bet -- Supercut Hightlights Gambling On Film

Just the other day, Joey published his review of Mississippi Grind, a gambling film that debuted at this year's Sundance Film Festival. He seemed to enjoy the movie, and I know he'd get a kick out of this supercut from MovieClips of gambling on film since that's one of his favorite genres. Seeing this makes me want to watch Rounders again. Here's the list of films featured in the supercut:

48 hrs.

Anchorman 2

Blue Chips

Cheap Thrills

Cruel Intentions

Dirty Work

Don’t Be A Menace in South Central While Drinking the Juice in the Hood

Dr. No

Fast Five

Four Rooms

Indecent Proposal

Lost in America

Margot at the Wedding

The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear

Passenger 57

Rounders

Sanctum

She’s All That

Some Kind of Wonderful

Superman II

Swingers

The Gambler

The Sting

The Wood

Treasure of the Sierra Madre

H/T: LaughingSquid
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Enter Our Giveaway to Win a Copy of the American Hustle Soundtrack on Vinyl in Celebration of Record Store Day’s Black Friday

You’re no doubt familiar with the concept of Black Friday, but did you also know that the sales event includes some great deals at local record stores as well? In celebration of Record Store Day’s Black Friday event on November 28th, Madison Gate Records and Legacy Recording will be releasing new copies of the American Hustle soundtrack on vinyl exclusively in independent record stores, featuring six songs from the movie not included on the CD version. Moreover, the 12” 2Lp vinyl also premieres “Stream of Stars”, a rare song from Jeff Lynne of Elo fame. In celebration of the release, we here at Collider have been provided with a couple of copies of the record to give away to a pair of very lucky readers. Find out how you can enter and get more information on the vinyl after the jump. In order to enter the contest, email thecollidermailbox@gmail.
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Giveaway – Win A Limited Edition Copy Of American Hustle Original Motion Picture Soundtrack On Vinyl

Madison Gate Records and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, are releasing American Hustle – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, a collection of music from the critically-acclaimed box office hit with ten Oscar-nominations, in a two 12″ LP gatefold blue and red colored 150 gram vinyl edition featuring six songs from the movie not included on the CD version.

The 12” Vinyl will be available exclusively at independent retailers, as part of Record Store Day’s annual Black Friday event on November 28, 2014.

Wamg is giving away copies of the American Hustle soundtrack to a few lucky readers.

Enter Your Name And E-mail In Our Comments Section Below. We Will Contact You If You Are A Winner.

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American Hustle
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American Hustle – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Out Friday, November 28

Madison Gate Records and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, are releasing American Hustle – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, a collection of music from the critically-acclaimed box office hit with ten Oscar-nominations, in a two 12″ LP gatefold blue and red colored 150 gram vinyl edition featuring six songs from the movie not included on the CD version. The 12” Vinyl will be available exclusively at independent retailers, as part of Record Store Day’s annual Black Friday event on November 28, 2014.

American Hustle – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack premieres “Stream Of Stars,” a previously-unreleased song from the legendary Jeff Lynne (Electric Light Orchestra, Traveling Wilburys) alongside Elo’s “Long Black Road,” an ultra-rare track previously available only on the Japanese release of Zoom, Elo’s final studio album.

The soundtrack album showcases an array of evocative 70s classics–including Wings’ “Live And Let Die,” Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love,” Elton John
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A Highly Personal Retrospective Appreciation and Ranking of Steely Dan's '70s Albums

So the other day a bunch of us were emailing back and forth about something and a tangent appeared in which we were ranking our favorite Steely Dan albums in order -- sticking to their '70s albums, their prime period.

Naturally I ended up writing a defense of my ranking. Doing so meant that I had to say unkind things about aspects of some tracks, which might seem like I'm denigrating them when, in fact, they all bring me pleasure. This is an exercise in relativity akin to the distasteful Howard Stern activity of pointing out the tiny flaws in some beautiful woman to explain why he, troglodyte that he is, finds her less than perfect. It is akin to pointing out Natalie Portman's mole. But if one is intent on ranking things, it must be done. And ultimately it all boils down to my highly personal tastes,
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Steely Dan Sued By Ex-Singer -- You Stealy'd My Money

  • TMZ
They don't call 'em Steely Dan for nothing -- at least according to a former singer for the band, who claims the classic rock group stiffed him big time on royalties.David Palmer is suing the group, claiming his lead vocals on songs like "Dirty Work" were an integral part of Steely Dan's debut album in 1972 -- but he's only received an insulting $8,183 worth of royalties stemming from radio play.Palmer -- who left
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