I wonder when Louis is finally going to get his re-brand and full launch as a solo artist.
And I say this because Niall and Liam had all their social media accounts updated, got a professional photo shoot done, and their labels and management have been using those for their profile. They have been essentially given a re-launch as solo artists.
With Harry’s advert dropping yesterday and his Instagram and Facebook getting a white out, I am fully expecting we’ll get the same.
Meanwhile, Louis has had a solo single out since December and his social media accounts, management and PR profiles, and even Spotify, use pictures from the FOUR and MITAM era. He only changed his twitter AVI today with that photo from Ultra. (Thank God.)
It’s really just apparent that no one has cultivated a solo campaign for Louis despite having a product out, and worse, despite have that product actually do well. It’s been absolutely the same bullshit (and worse) around Louis and his press, doing his image and his brand no favours whatsoever!
Again, I ask - what has his team been doing this whole time? It’s become painfully obvious that they have NOT really put a lot of thought into how to promote Louis and his brand? He’s been with JGG for 9 months now!
The Beatles rehearsing an excerpt from Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at the Rediffusion TV studios in Wembley, London, 27th April 1964. (Photos by Jim Gray/Keystone/Hulton Archive/Roger Jackson/Central Press/Getty Images)
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Through the Years → Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden (77/∞)
23 May 2002 | Royal Guests Attend A Gala Variety Show At Olavshallen, Trondheim, The Evening Before The Wedding Of Princess Martha Louise Of Norway And Ari Behn. Crown Princess Victoria Of Sweden. (Photo by Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images)
Walt Disney’s ‘Bambi’: The Making of an Animated Sound Picture
#tbt Walt Disney was one of the first donors to MoMA’s film collection, presenting the institution with the Mickey Mouse short Plane Crazy and several others in 1935. The Museum continued to acquire animation for its film collection, and in 1942 presented Walt Disney’s 'Bambi’: The Making of an Animated Sound Picture, which was timed to coincide with the film’s theatrical release. The exhibition explored the technical process of making feature-length animation; it featured the building blocks of the craft—animation cels, drawings, and background paintings—along with documentary photographs of the cast and crew at work on the film. MoMA would follow this effort with numerous exhibitions on the art of animation over the years, including United Productions of America: Form in the Animated Cartoon (1955) and more recent exhibitions by artists who employ animation, such as Tim Burton, William Kentridge, and the Quay Brothers.
See press releases, images of the opening reception, and more at http://mo.ma/2mEbf0C. 25 of #52exhibitions
IRAQ. Bashur. Nineveh governorate. Shaqouli. November 11, 2016. A woman with a cat waits for transportation to a nearby village. She has fled fighting in Mosul, where Iraqi forces battle the Islamic State.
The new Pennywise terrified the young cast of Stephen King’s IT reboot.
It hits theaters on September 18th, 2017
Time will tell if the remake of Stephen King’s IT will scare a new generation of horror fans. But already, its menacing star, the “clown” Pennywise, has successfully spooked one group: the movie’s cast.
Director Andrés Muschietti brought a few clips of IT to SXSW 2017, as well as a few tidbits about what to expect. Early press images of Pennywise have already done the legwork of visually separating Bill Skarsgard’s version of the character from that of Tim Curry’s portrayal. But according to Muschietti, the two Pennywises also have different personalities.
Curry’s clown was a cartoonish nightmare in need of dental hygiene. In one of the film’s most iconic scenes, a little boy named Georgie loses his paper boat in the sewer. When he peers into the darkness below, he’s confronted by Curry’s chatty clown, who announces his presence with a saccharine “Hi, Georgie!” Muschietti teased his take on the scene with a short clip, and the difference is immediate. Skarsgard’s Pennywise has a far more sinister edge, marked by piercing yellow eyes and contorted movements. For those who are familiar with the source material, the anticipation of what’s to come makes the entire sequence agonizingly tense.