Henry Rollins Cast in Amazon Kids Show, James Iha to Score
Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino and Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds will also provide narration to ‘History of Radness’ pilot
Henry Rollins, who once encouraged disenfranchised youth to “Spray Paint (The Walls)” and throw TV parties, may seem like an unlikely choice to be cast in a children’s show, but that’s not stopping producers from recruiting the Black Flag singer to guest star in a potential new Amazon series called A History of Radness. Rollins isn’t the only big-name rocker that Radness has added: Former Smashing Pumpkins guitarist James Iha will score the series, while Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino and Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds are set to provide narration.
According to the Wrap, “The story follows siblings Jack and Tessie from their less-than-cool middle school beginnings at Pleasant Meadows Middle School to the start of their music careers as they put together a band of like-minded musicians, considered outsiders by fellow classmates.” Rollins will portray the school’s Coach Carlucci.
The first episode will also boast original music courtesy of the Thermals’ Hutch Harris. However, A History of Radness was one of six kids-oriented pilots Amazon ordered that are slated to debut this summer. Like the Golden Globe-winning Transparent and other programs produced by the online retailer, reviewers’ feedback regarding those pilots will decide whether A History of Radness and the others get picked up for a full season run. It’s unclear if Rollins would frequently guest star on the program should it get picked up or if the new podcaster just appears in the pilot.
In January, Amazon announced that they had 13 new pilots (for adults) in development, including the Philip K. Dick adaptation The Man in the High Castle executive produced by Ridley Scott and a Civil War drama from Lost showrunner Carlton Cuse.
Lets all welcome Doug Walker (A.K.A The Nostalgia Critic) to this years Anime Nebraskon 2015!!!
Walker, from ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.com is best known for his character The Nostalgia Critic, who
reviews bad movies and TV shows from childhood. He also plays the roles of That Guy with the Glasses, who
answers the weirdest questions fans can come up with, Chester A. Bum, the
hyper active bum who loves every movie ever made, and Dominic, a bar
tender who has talked with the video game world’s biggest stars. He’s also
noted for having a long standing “rivalry” with The Angry Video Game
Nerd. His online shows average one to two hundred thousand viewers a
week. His fans include the late Roger Ebert, Mike Nelson, Mara Wilson, Dante
Basco, Paul Dini, Greg Sestero, Jim Butcher, Rob Paulsen, Maurice Lamarche, and
the creators of Animaniacs. He’s appeared on PBS, Entrepreneur Magazine, New
York Times, 20/20, Rifftrax, and was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year at the
4th Annual Mashable Awards in 2010. His
image even appeared in the anime Zettai Karen Children. He’s more than a God, but less than a man…or
is it the other way around? Either way, he’s
here to entertain!
Matt Dillon doesn’t really do TV. The movie
star is known for his eclectic film work, beginning with his breakout role in
‘The Outsiders’ in 1983, with smash hits like ‘Drugstore Cowboy’, ‘There’s
Something About Mary’ and ‘Crash’ along the way.
In fact, the only television he’s done is a
couple of movies more than 20 years ago and a guest spot in a 2011 episode of
So it says a lot about how the
entertainment industry looks at the small screen in 2015 that he signed up to
‘Wayward Pines’, along with fellow stars best known for their big screen performances
(and awards) like Terrence Howard, Melissa Leo and Juliette Lewis.
I hope maddie does move to la so she can accept more long term projects like guest starring on tv shows or movies
plot twist: she buys another house in Pittsburgh
no but really could you imagine? she could do so much more w/ living in la alone. la has some of the best dance studios and she can take endless classes and do more acting since la is where all of that takes place
Looking Back at Letterman: Our Favorite Fashion Moments From The Show
It is safe to say that David Letterman has probably seen it all. After 33 years on air, including a plethora of top celebrity guests and major musical performances, “The Late Show With David Letterman” is coming to a close.
In his last week, Letterman has welcomed some famous friends like Tina Fey, Julia Roberts, Tom Hanks and Billy Murray. We are still waiting to see who will make the cut for the final episode tonight, but we can guess the stars will be big in both stature and fashion cred.
To honor the show’s impressive run, FN is taking a look at Letterman’s most well heeled guests. The always humorous Jennifer Lawrence appeared on the show in a strappy gold style by Aquazzura. And of course there was Tina Fey with her striptease number, all while wearing Nook pumps by Jimmy Choo (and not much else, except for a nude leotard.) Kardashian sisters Kim and Courtney had a black and white moment on the show, with Kim in Givenchy peep-toe booties featuring a checkered design.
Kate Upton paired her purple dress with a red sole and Alyson Hannigan donned a metallic number with snakeskin inspiration. And leave it Lady Gaga to make a statement, in sequined
Stream Fredo Santana’s Latest Mixtape, ‘Aint No Money Like Trap Money’
Even with his superhuman lean-and-weed intake, Fredo Santana is still cranking out music like he’s getting hungrier by the month. As we await Fredo and Chief Keef’s collaborative mixtape – which has been shaping up to be something serious and worthy of car-ride playlists – the Savage Squad boss has dropped off a new, full-length mixtape project. Aint No Money Like Trap Money features 15 teacks from the Chicago street-runner, all united under one clear narrative: no matter what, hustle, survive the streets and live life to its drug-induced fullest. Gino Marley, Que, Chief Keef, Ty Dolla $ign, Kevin Gates, Gucci Mane and more guest-star, making this one of Fredo’s best projects when it comes to collaborations. It sounds like the usual suspects showed up for production duties, and this definitely sounds like it’s better mixed and mastered than past efforts. You can check out Fredo’s latest mixtape below. Download over at Datpiff. Now all we need from the Savage Squad crew is a new Gino Marley full-length.
Kate Hudson recently paid a visit to Rockefeller Center in New York City for a guest appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” wearing a sleek black Roland Mouret ‘Shotwick’ jumpsuit from the designer’s Resort 2015 collection featuring a white criss-cross neckline.
Jessica Simpson, alongside her husband Eric Johnson, wore the same one-piece at a special preview of “The Gleason Project” at ZEFR Warehouse in Venice, California on April 23.
Near Perfect quality proshot broadcast recording of Michael Jackson & Jacksons Reunion, recorded live at Madison Square, in New York City, NY on Sept 10th, 2001, and broadcast on November 13th. Show includes dozens of guest stars. Total running time is 66 minutes, quality is 9/10, and tracks performed are as follows: Wanna be starting something Ben It wasn’t me Heal the world She’s out of my life Bootylicious You are not alone I just can’t stop loving you Man in the mirror Can you feel it ABC The love you save I’ll be there I want you back Dancing machine Shake your body The way you make me feel Black or white Beat it Billie jean You rock my world This region-free DVD-R is in NTSC format and will play on most PS2 systems and DVD Players made since 2000, and comes in a FULL SIZE DVD case, with cover art and track listing.
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