The Follow-Up To “Sucker”! Jonas Brothers Announce New Single “Cool”

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The Jonas Brothers staged an epic comeback in March when “Sucker,” their first single in six years, topped the Billboard Hot 100. The iconic trio would be forgiven for resting on their laurels for at least a couple of weeks, but they are determined to keep the Jo Bros revival in full swing. The band’s next single is called “Cool” and it drops on Friday (April 5).

It will be interesting to see if “Cool” generates as much love as “Sucker.” There was definitely an element of nostalgia in that song’s success, but it will soon dissipate if they don’t keep delivering A-grade pop/rock. Not that fans should be too concerned. The Jonas Brothers are working with all the best songwriters and producers (Ryan Tedder, Frank Dukes and Louis Bell) and seem intent on making their comeback last. With any luck, the guys will announce the title and release date of their fifth LP in the coming weeks.

See the cover of “Cool” below.

First ‘Joker’ trailer is dark, disturbing, and depressing

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As promised, Warner Bros. Pictures today shares the first teaser trailer for director Todd Phillips’ Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix. The movie accounts for the first time that we’ll be seeing the villainous character since Jared Leto’s portrayal in Suicide Squad from 2016. The trailer for Joker gives us a look at how Arthur Fleck  the man who will eventually become the Joker transitions from happy-go-lucky clown to cynical monster. “I used to think my life was a tragedy,” Fleck says, “But now I realize it’s a comedy.”

As Fleck witnesses the world around him becoming more sinister than ever, he begins to take a sadistic turn of his own, ultiatmely transforming into the infamous Batman villain.

Some insist that Jared Leto’s portrayal of the Joker in Suicide Squad left much to be desired. This largely puts responsibility on Phoenix to turn the ship for the iconic character. Expectations will be high nonetheless, thanks to legendary performances from the likes of Jack Nicholson in 1989’s Batman and Heath Ledger in 2008’s The Dark Knight.Expect to see and hear more surrounding Joaquin Phoenix and Joker leading up to the movie’s much-anticipated October 4 release date. Until then, we’ve compiled the best reactions to the first Joker trailer. See them below.

 

37 Facts That Will Blow Everyone’s Minds When You Drop Them Into Casual Conversation

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1. So first of all, this is how pineapples grow.

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2. Two Snickers are actually just 1.5 Snickers.

3. The Krusty Krab isn’t a treasure chest. It’s a crab trap. 😧

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4. Did you know that the same person does the voice for Doug AND Fry??

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5. And speaking of voice actors, did you know about any of this??

That's Carlos Alazraqui (Reno 911) and Rocko from Rocko's Modern Life, Jessica Walter (Arrested Development) and Fran from Dinosaurs, and James Avery (Uncle Phil from Fresh Prince) and Shredder from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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That’s Carlos Alazraqui (Reno 911) and Rocko from Rocko’s Modern Life, Jessica Walter (Arrested Development) and Fran from Dinosaurs, and James Avery (Uncle Phil from Fresh Prince) and Shredder from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

7. In Back to the Future 2, Michael J. Fox doesn’t just play Marty McFly, but also his son AND daughter.

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8. Did you know that cashews grow like this??

9. Or that the language that has the longest alphabet in the world is Khmer (the official language of Cambodia), which has 74 letters!

10. The name «Barbie» is actually a nickname. It’s short for «Barbara Millicent Roberts.»

11. And in case you’ve ever wondered, here’s what a young person’s skull looks like with all the baby teeth still intact.

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12. Oh, and apparently, you’re never supposed to stick Q-tips **in** your ears.

13. Everything you know about «Mambo Noo. 5» might be a lie, because Lou Bega isn’t his real name. His real name is David Loubega.

14. The entire surface area of Pluto would fit within the entire surface area of Russia with room to spare.

15. More language facts: German is the most widely spoken language in North Dakota after English.

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16. And, apparently, Arnold has just been wearing a very oversized shirt all this time??

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17. Cows have best friends, and they feel sad when they’re not around.

18. Did you know that you can’t hum when you hold your nose closed?

Go ahead. Try it.

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Go ahead. Try it.

19. Or that in France, people were still being executed by guillotine when Star Wars first premiered in movie theaters?

Meaning, in 1977.

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Meaning, in 1977.

20. How about this: When the last mammoth finally died, the Great Pyramids were already 1,000 years old.

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21. And Cleopatra lived closer in time to the invention of the iPhone than to the construction of those Great Pyramids.

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22. Oh, and you’ve always pictured the pyramids out in the middle of the desert, haven’t you?

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But they’re actually DIRECTLY next to the city of Giza.

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23. Did you know that, between when we first learned about Pluto in 1930 and today, the dwarf planet still hasn’t managed to completely go around the sun once?

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24. Oh, and in case you’ve forgotten how small and insignificant we really are…here’s Earth compared with the sun.

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25. But our little sun’s got nothing on VY Canis Major, one of the largest stars in the Milky Way galaxy.

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26. Okay, back to Earth. Did you know that all the maps you’ve ever seen are totally wrong?

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Yep! The sizes of the countries are totally skewed. Here’s an animated comparison:

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But there is a type of map called a Gall–Peters projection mapthat represents the landmasses on the planet a little more accurately.

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27. Anyway, here’s some more facts: Winnie the Pooh was actually a female bear.

It's true!

28. Elijah Wood and Daniel Radcliffe are almost definitely the same person, according to this composite:

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Have you ever seen them in the same movie together?

29. The Tyrannosaurus rex lived closer in time to humans than it did to the stegosaurus.

30. The order of the alphabet is actually totally arbitrary.

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31. When you put your finger inside your ear and scratch, it sounds like Pac-Man.

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Not really a fact but like…now you know!

32. DID YOU KNOW? The «YKK» on your zipper stands for «Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikigaisha,» which is the name of a giant Japanese zipper manufacturer.

33. Now, here’s a serious revelation:

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34. DID YOU KNOW? The dot over over an «i» is called a «tittle.»

35. Zebras can’t sleep unless they’re in a group.

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36. There’s a scientific word to describe the secret language that twins often use with each other, and it’s called “cryptophasia

37. And finally, the ancient ancestors of whales used to walk on land — and they were about the size of wolves.

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CONOCE Beyond Wonderland

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“Que la vida es una hermosura, hay que vivirla” ¡Porque sí, señores! ¡La vida es un festival! Con Beyond Wonderland a escasos días de hacer temblar el territorio regiomontano, es momento de comenzar a calentar motores para ser parte de la cronología de uno de los festivales más icónicos de la música electrónica en la actualidad.

Auspiciado por la promotora Insomniac Events (el nombre detrás de espectáculos como el EDC, Electric Forest & Nocturnal Wonderland), OCESA, y Apodaca Group, desde su primera edición en San Bernardino, California, en el año 2010, y presentándose en Seattle, Oakland, Mountain View, etc, el festival Beyond Wonderland ha deleitado a su audiencia a lo largo de casi una década.

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Caracterizado por presentar a una gran diversidad de exponentes y géneros de la música electrónica que van desde el dubstep, trance, house, ambient, drum & bass, etc, a lo largo de la historia del festival se han presentado personalidades e íconos como: Paul van Dyk, Armin van Buuren, Robbie Rivera, Groove Armada, Pendulum, Calvin Harris, Datsik, Infected Mushroom, Kaskade, Showtek, John O’Callaghan, Hardwell, ATB, John Digweed, Dash Berlin, David Guetta, Markus Schulz, Steve Angelo, Aviciii, Tiesto, Benny Benassi, Knife Party (fiestototota), entre muchos otros.

En sus pasadas ediciones en México (2017 y 2018), Beyond Wonderland ha sido el responsable de reunir a casi 100 mil almas, respirando conjuntamente al ritmo de un viaje de luces, formas y sonidos, hacia un lugar más allá de nuestra imaginación; rebosante de animales fantásticos, en donde los colores, las emociones y los secretos resaltan en su máxima intensidad.

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En la edición de este 2019, el festival promete sumergirnos como nunca antes en el universo de Alicia en el país de las maravillas, con cuatro escenarios confirmados, los cuales son Queens Domain, Caterpillar’s Garden, Mad Hatters Castle y el Dos Equis Stage… no se sorprendan si la reina de corazones, el Sombrerero Loco, la Oruga Azul o algún otro personaje fantástico aparece repentinamente frente sus ojos.

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Presentándose por tercera vez en nuestro país, Monterrey se convertirá este próximo 6 de abril en el punto de encuentro mundial para los amantes de la música electrónica. Con un cartel que incluye a más de 40 exponentes del género (incluyendo a algunos galardonados como los #1 del mundo), tales como: Above & Beyond, Alesso, Martin Garrix, Dillon Francis, Clapton, Anotr, Bajo Fuego, Boombox Cartel, Bruno Martini, Calixto, Ekali, El Freaky, Fancy Folks, Fisher, Ghetto Kids, Gian Varela, Jessica Audiffred, Joyride, Junkie Kid, Kikeone, Lady Faith, Latmun, Lemarroy Lujavo, Melé, Noisecontrollers, Solardo, Tiga, Tom & Collins, Warface, etc, el festival promete cautivar nuevamente a su público, que año tras año (gracias a su calidad) aumenta en cantidad.

Sí vale la pena darle una oportunidad a este festival, la producción es de primer nivel y se van a quedar con la boca abierta 100% real no fake.

¿Y los boletos, apá?

¡Pues acá les va su boletiza! Los amigos de GNP están en toooodos lados últimamente y se están viendo más guapos que nunca. Si tienen muchas ganas de ir, pero poco incentivo económico ¡acá les va la regaliza! Síganlos en todas sus redes y ponan mucha atención a la dinámica.