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Drake, extorsionado por una mujer que aseguraba que la había violado

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Drake vuelve a estar en el ojo del huracán. Tras protagonizar decenas de titulares al confesar en una de las canciones de su nuevo disco, ‘Scorpion’, que había sido padre junto a una actriz de cine para adultos francesa, ahora el rapero vuelve a estar de tribunales. Y es que Drake ha demandado a una mujer por, supuestamente, extorsionarle. Según la chica, se habría quedado embarazada después de que el rapero la violara.

Seguro que el canadiense Drake ya ha perdido la cuenta de todas las mujeres que han ido por ahí diciendo que las había dejado embarazadas. Pero el último caso que ha salido es el más polémico y retorcido hasta la fecha. Según informó el portal TMZ ayer por la tarde, el rapero Drake ha interpuesto una demanda contra una mujer llamada Laya Lace. En el documento, al que esa web de noticias ha tenido acceso, se puede leer que el canadiense la ha denunciado por extorsionarlo e intentar sacarle de dinero.Y el argumento aportado por la mujer cuando realizó las llamadas telefónicas en las que le chantajeaba, era que el rapero la había violado en febrero de 2017 tras la actuación que llevó a cabo Drake en Manchester con su ‘Boy Meeys World Tour’ y que se había quedado embarazada de él. La versión que ha dado el rapero es que Layla entró al hotel donde él se alojaba aquella noche, accedió a practicar sexo consensuado con él e incluso le practicó voluntariamente sexo oral. Tras su encuentro, ella habría querido tener algo más con él, pero él no tenía interés en ello, por lo que Layla comenzó a enviarle decenas de mensajes de una ‘relación de fantasía’, y al no recibir respuesta del canadiense, se enfadó y se inventó todas las acusaciones.

This article was originally writing by La Vanguardia

The 20 best, worst and most WTF moments of Emmys 2018

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Amy Sherman-Palladino, Daniel Palladino. Amy Sherman-Palladino, front and center left, Daniel Palladino and the cast and crew of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" accept the award for outstanding comedy series at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

The 20 best, worst and most WTF moments of Emmys 2018 — from some awkward awards-show hosts to the marriage proposal heard ‘round the world.

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Mondays, right? It’s a rough day to try to do anything, period, and an even rougher day to throw a major awards show. But that didn’t stop NBC from airing the 70th Annual Emmy Awards a day later than is traditional, to make way for Sunday Night Football, the only thing American viewers eat up even more eagerly than hot red-carpet goss.

Whether it was beginning-of-week malaise or something else that was afflicting the ceremony, there’s no denying that this year’s Emmys felt more than a few steps off its game. Hosted by SNL “Weekend Update” co-anchors Michael Che and Colin Jost, the 2018 edition looked and sounded like the mutterings of an exhausted industry — especially in the wake of last year’s fired-up broadcast, presided over by an energetic (and actually funny) Stephen Colbert. And though the ceremony quite literally made a production number out of its commitment to honoring diversity, 22 of 26 Emmys were snatched up by white performers, creators and producers — proof positive that lip service only goes so far.

Top honors this year went to HBO’s Game of Thrones for Outstanding Drama, Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for Comedy and FX’s The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story for Limited Series. Meanwhile, national treasure/light of our lives Betty White was honored for her decades in the industry, and critical darling The Americans took home a long-awaited pair of statuettes for its final season (Matthew Rhys for Lead Actor in a Drama and showrunners Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields for writing).

But even a surprise marriage proposal — or Leslie Jones’ fabulous opalescent pantsuit — couldn’t do much to liven up a ceremony that seemed to be simply going through the motions. We may still be in the Peak TV era, but this year’s Emmys made us wonder if we’ve started the long downhill climb.

Hosts Colin Jost, Michael Che. Hosts Colin Jost, left, and Michael Che speak at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Worst: Michael Che and Colin Jost’s bland hosting job

From the moment they walked out to deliver the opening monologue, Che and Jost looked vaguely uncomfortable, as if someone had just farted and they were standing in the stink-cloud. Their low-key, above-it-all “Weekend Update” formula didn’t translate to the Emmys stage; everything was delivered with an air of bored detachment as they plodded through stilted jokes about the #MeToo movement, the primacy of Netflix and Roseanne Barr’s self-immolation. “With the amazing contributions from everyone in this room tonight, I think we can keep television going for another five, six years tops,” Jost quipped at the end of the intro. It didn’t reallllly sound like a joke. JS

Sterling K. Brown, Kristen Bell, Tituss Burgess, Kate McKinnon, Kenan Thompson, John Legend. Sterling K. Brown, from left, Kristen Bell, Tituss Burgess, Kate McKinnon, Kenan Thompson, and John Legend perform on stage at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: The “We Solved It!” Song

Kate McKinnon and Kenan Thompson took aim at Hollywood’s diversity problem by cheekily announcing “we solved it!” during the spirited opening number of an otherwise largely apolitical ceremony. Of course, the solution mainly amounted to tokenism and self-congratulation, a sly undermining of last night’s boast regarding the most diverse group of nominees in Emmy history. “You see, there were none, and now there’s one,” Thompson said, referring to Killing Eve‘s Sandra Oh, the first woman of Asian descent to be nominated for a lead in a drama series, who sportingly chimed in, “It’s an honor just to be Asian!” But this scathing criticism was delivered like a blow from a velvet hammer, with fan favorites like Titus Burgess, Kristen Bell and Sterling K. Brown shimmying to the beat while lone white man Andy Samberg was sent packing. PR

Daniel Palladino, Amy Sherman-Palladino, Rachel Brosnahan. Daniel Palladino, and Amy Sherman-Palladino, winners of the award for outstanding comedy series for "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", and Rachel Brosnahan, winner of the award for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series for "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," attend the Governors Ball for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Governors Ball, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ makes history

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s title heroine would be the first to tell you that being a woman in comedy is frequently a thankless business, but last night’s ceremony proved there are at least a few things that have improved since the 1950s. Amy Sherman-Palladino‘s period piece about housewife-turned-stand-up comedian cleaned up, nabbing five wins including Best Comedy and Best Actress in a Comedy for its uber-talented star, Rachel Brosnahan. Remarkably, Sherman-Palladino became the first woman to net a double Writing and Directing win in Emmy history. (“My panic room’s gonna be so pretty!” she declared, hoisting her twin statuettes.) Though it’s only one season old, Mrs. Maisel came out of the gate a fully-formed spitfire of a show — and it more than earned this freshman sweep. JS

Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, Teddy Perkins, Lakeith Stanfield. Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, "Teddy Perkins" and Lakeith Stanfield attend the Governors Ball for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Governors Ball, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Worst: ‘Atlanta’ is completely shut out

Donald Glover and Co. walked away empty-handed, despite a second season that arguably improved on the first and certainly doubled down on its idiosyncratic, at times surrealist point of view. Brian Tyree Henry could have handily won best supporting actor in a comedy series, especially considering his breakthrough performance in an episode that dealt with the death of his character’s mom (and was inspired by Henry’s real-life loss). And Hiro Murai was a favorite to win for his stylish direction, particularly in “Teddy Perkins,” the much-discussed bottle episode about a disturbed recluse played by Glover in whiteface (a possible nod to Michael Jackson). Worst of all, Atlanta’s shocking shut-out meant that we were deprived the strange spectacle of Glover giving an acceptance speech in character, since Teddy Perkins was sitting right there in the front row. PR

Evan Rachel Wood2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Arrivals, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

WTF: The Emmys go light on big issues

Ever since the 2016 election rocked the world on its foundations, pretty much every major awards show has worn its politics on its sleeve (or pinned to its lapel, as the case may be). But with a few exceptions — like Ryan Murphy citing hate crime statistics in his American Crime Storyspeech, Evan Rachel Wood rocking a blur ribbon and Rachel Brosnahan encouraging women to vote in the midterms — politics and social issues were not a major point of discussion. The #TimesUp movement, which is currently making major waves in the TV industry, was barely mentioned; diversity, while it was much joked about, was never seriously grappled with. The T-word (you know the one) wasn’t uttered once all night. All of which isn’t to say that awards shows have to get political. But in the wake of Oscars, Golden Globes and past Emmys ceremonies that were charged with moments of awareness, the 2018 ceremony felt a little toothless. Are we all just really tired? JS

Glenn Weiss and Jan Svendsen70th Primetime Emmy Awards, Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: That amazing marriage proposal

Outstanding Direction for a Variety Special might sound like a bathroom-break category, but pity anyone who missed Glenn Weiss’ acceptance speech, clearly the best of the night. After his win for helming the Oscars, he opened on a mournful note, missing his mom, who passed away two weeks ago. Then, when he proceeded to surprise his girlfriend Jan Svendsen with a marriage proposal, there couldn’t have been a dry eye in the house. Normally, public proposals are, frankly, tacky — but this was pure, uncomplicated bliss. It shook the somewhat muted audience out of their torpor as the auditorium erupted in shock, applause and wide grins. Best of all, Svendsen accepted. Leave it to the director of the Oscars to figure out a way to blow past his allotted time at the Emmys. PR

Matthew Rhys accepts the award for outstanding lead actor in a drama series for "The Americans" at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: ‘The Americans’ enjoys a victorious exit

With the exception of trophies for guest star Margo Martindale, The Americans has been largely overlooked by Emmy voters during the course of its six seasons. It figures that now, after the FX series has taken its final bow, fans have something to celebrate. Welsh actor Matthew Rhys earned some long overdue recognition for his nuanced portrayal of a KGB operative — not an easy feat under all those preposterous wigs. (It would have been great to see Keri Russell win as well, but we’ll take what we can get.) Also, creator Joe Weisberg and executive producer Joel Fields scored an outstanding drama writing win for the show’s stunning, solemn finale, marking a triumphant end to this smart, suspenseful show. PR

D.B. Weiss and the cast and crew of "Game of Thrones" accept the award for outstanding drama series at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Worst: ‘Game of Thrones’ wins big for weak season

Look. We’ll be the first to say that when Game of Thrones is running on all cylinders, full dracarys ahead, it’s one of the most thrilling things on the small screen — a full complement of gut-wrenching dramatics, whizbang action sequences and Queen of Thorns side-eye. But this latest truncated season was D.B. Weiss and David Benioff’s water-cooler fantasy series at its worst, resting on the good faith the show has built up over six previous seasons to trot out a series of episodes that were, frankly, just kind of dumb. So we rolled our eyes a bit when the series nabbed the most Emmy noms this year (22!), and even more when it won Outstanding Drama in a year when there are much more interesting things going on (many of which weren’t even nominated). Even the show’s creators looked nonplussed as they accepted Thrones‘ third win in the category since 2015. Yawn. Wake us up when the ice dragon gets to Winterfell. JS

Host Michael Che speaks at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: Michael Che’s ‘Reparations Emmys’

In an attempt to rectify Hollywood’s oversight of black actors and actresses, Che pre-taped a clever segment in which he handed out Reparations Emmys, allowing him to catch up, however briefly, with The Jeffersons‘ Marla Gibbs, A Different World‘s Kadeem Hardison and Family Matters‘ Jaleel White. If anything, this bit should have gone on longer: White trotting out Urkel’s “did I do that?” catchphrase only just scratched the surface of our collective nostalgia. But perhaps the best part was Che griping to Superior Donuts star Jermaine Fowler that nobody from The Wire ever received an Emmy while Bryan Cranston won five for Breaking Bad. The camera then pans to Cranston, within earshot, looking suitably stricken … like somebody who just learned that Wallace is out of pocket. PR

Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph. Maya Rudolph, left, and Fred Armisen appear on stage at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

WTF: Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen’s oddball Emmy experts

What appeared at first to be clumsy and overly rehearsed instead turned into one of the evening’s most delightful recurring skits as so-called Emmy experts Rudolph and Armisen failed to furnish hosts Jost and Che with any credible information whatsoever. The Forever stars fully committed to the bit, from their deadpan facial expressions to the random, erroneous trivia that came so naturally to them that it hardly seemed scripted. An off-kilter, laugh-out-loud highlight was Armisen referring to the statue as “Mrs. Johnson” while Rudolph insisted that she’s holding aloft her “famous ball of ribbons.” Only these seasoned SNL alums could pull off a joke so slight and seemingly bizarre, which makes you wonder what they could do with an entire ceremony. Hint, hint. PR

Merritt Wever accepts the award for outstanding supporting actress in a limited series, movie or dramatic special for "Godless" at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: ‘Godless’ is Netflix’s unexpected triumph

Writer-director Scott Frank’s subversive feminist Western wasn’t favored to win big, but the seven-episode Netflix miniseries, executive produced by Steven Soderbergh, stayed faithful to genre tradition and often featured dialogue that bordered on pure frontier poetry. The best of it was delivered by the under-sung Merritt Wever: As the de facto protector of an all-female mining town, her courageous wiseass is easily the best part of Godless. Jeff Daniels, who also won in the supporting actor category for his Bible-thumping villain, is a distant second. PR

Lorne Michaels, center, and the cast and crew from "Saturday Night Live" accept the award for outstanding variety sketch series at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Worst: ‘SNL’ beats out more worthy winners

Last night’s ceremony was produced by Lorne Michaels, hosted by Saturday Night Live head writers Jost and Che and featured a steady rotation of current cast members and alums — so was there any doubt the award for outstanding variety sketch series would go to the NBC mainstay? No, but it still felt like a shameless gimme. A better case could be made for Drunk History or At Home With Amy Sedaris, both of which are pioneering new, hilarious formats. Meanwhile, SNL struggles for consistency, reduced to its best sketches but rarely executing a satisfying episode from start to finish. And let’s be honest: “Weekend Update” hosts Jost and Che are simply no Seth and Amy. PR

Henry Winkler accepts the award for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series for "Barry" at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: Henry Winkler wins his first Emmy

Despite being an indelible part of pop culture, Winkler never took home a trophy for his iconic portrayal of the Fonz on Happy Days. How fitting, then, that after 43 years in the business and five previous nominations, he should be singled out for best supporting actor in a comedy for his role as the deeply committed acting coach on HBO’s Barry. The actor was no less enthusiastic than his character Gene Cousineau while accepting the award, repeating advice he received early in his career: “If you stay at the table long enough, the chips come to you.” His class act continued as he heartily thanked series creators Bill Hader and Alec Berg, and while it was disappointing to see Brian Tyree Henry lose, how can we not give Winkler the thumbs up, aaaaay? PR

Jeff Daniels accepts the award for outstanding supporting actor in a limited series, movie or dramatic special for "Godless",70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Audience, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

WTF: Jeff Daniels goes on a horse rant

Plenty of actors talk about their costars at length in their speeches — but Jeff Daniels took it to a whole other level. When he accepted the Supporting Actor in a Limited Series statuette for his turn in Netflix western Godless, the actor didn’t care so much about making sure to thank all the right people as he did about … talking about horse stuff? Yeah, we were also confused. He spent most of his time at the podium descanting on all things equine, encouraging young actors not to lie about their horseback-riding abilities at auditions and recalling his harrowing experience with his steed Apollo. “He was Jeff Bridges’ horse on True Grit, and I felt he was making unfair comparisons,” Daniels quipped. Apollo apparently threw him three times, breaking his wrist in the process, to which the actor responded by hoisting his Emmy with the now-healed joint. Living well is the best revenge, we suppose. JS

RuPaul Charles, front center, and the team from "RuPaul's Drag Race" accept the award for outstanding reality/competition program at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ gets a long-awaited win

The Reality Competition Series category has historically been one of the Emmys’ dullest, with the same few shows (The Amazing Race, The Voiceand Top Chef) winning year after year since its inception in 2003. It’s about damn time that the statuette went to VH1’s (formerly Logo’s) genuinely groundbreaking RuPaul’s Drag Race, after a whopping 10 seasons and counting on the air. Reality shows aren’t generally a space known for enacting anything like positive change, but with its fabulously inventive queens and policy of radical acceptance, the show has proven itself to be a force for genuine good in the world — not to mention a plain ol’ good time. RuPaul accepted the award “on behalf of the 140 drag queens we have released into the wild,” and, we’d like to think, the generation of LGBTQ kids who have 140 high-profile role models. Can we get an amen? JS

Tracy Morgan, Jimmy Kimmel. Tracy Morgan, left, and Jimmy Kimmel present the award for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

WTF: The awkwardly timed stage patter

In general, last night’s presenters were a parade of enjoyable, if occasionally odd, couplings. Their stage patter was pithy and amusing: Tracy Morgan informed Jimmy Kimmel that he was only rooting for black nominees, like Millie Bobby Brown. Samantha Bee told Taraji P. Henson that she’s watching a “shocking dystopian drama called ‘the news.’” Broad City‘s Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, Dirty John‘s Eric Bana and Connie Britton — these are all lovable people that we like watching. The only problem was that their scripted banter followed the roll call of nominees. On one hand, the clipped pace kept the ceremony moving as celebrities didn’t waste time struggling to pronounce one another’s names correctly (for the most part). Yet the format was awkward, forcing a weird delay of the big announcement. PR

Claire Foy - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series - 'The Crown'70th Primetime Emmy Awards, Show, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: Claire Foy wins for ‘The Crown’

For our money, there wasn’t a more fierce category this year than Lead Actress in a Drama. The field boasted past winners Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale) and Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), repeat nominees Keri Russell (The Americans) and Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld), plus fierce category newcomer Sandra Oh (Killing Eve). And while pretty much any of these heavy hitters deserved the win, we’re quite chuffed it went to Claire Foy for her nuanced, luminescent star turn in Netflix’s The Crown. All depth and no flash, Queen Elizabeth II isn’t an easy role to take on — but Foy’s performance is painterly in its precision. “I dedicate this to the next cast,” she said in her speech, passing the royal vestments on to Elizabeth-in-the-wings Olivia Colman. To which we say: Long live the Queen. JS

Regina King, winner of the award for outstanding lead actress in a limited series, movie or dramatic special for "Seven Seconds", at the Governors Ball Winners Circle at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Governors Ball Winners Circle, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Best: Regina King’s heartfelt speech

“Oooh! Regina King!” presenter Leslie Jones exclaimed with delight when she announced the winner for Lead Actress in a Limited Series in Netflix’s Seven Seconds. King may already have two Supporting Actress Emmys under her belt (for American Crime in 2015 and 2016), but that didn’t stop her from being endearingly shocked and flustered over her win for her searing turn in Veena Sud’s crime drama. From the look of total disbelief on her face when the winner was announced to her dumbfounded admission that she’d just cleaned lipstick off her dress, King provided one of the night’s rare emotional moments. “Thank you. This is amazing. I wanna curse right now,” she declared, and we don’t blame her. Sadly, the systemic racism that Seven Seconds tackles was reflected in the fact that King was one of only a handful of non-white honorees (along with Thandie Newton and RuPaul). Take note, Emmys. JS

John Mulaney stands up to accept the award for outstanding writing for a variety special70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Audience, Los Angeles, USA - 17 Sep 2018

Worst: Was everyone on tranquilizers?

You could almost hear the yawns both onstage and in the audience last night, in a ceremony that proved to be as high-energy as a bag of Quaaludes. Hell, there was one part where Will Ferrell ran up to the mic in slow motion just to … kill time, we guess? Blame Che and Jost’s lethargic hosting, blame some less-than-inspiring nominees, blame Monday, blame a television industry rocked by scandals and exhausted by its own self-mythologizing. Whatever it was, it’s clear that the Emmys needs a bracing shot to the heart before it’s too late. And that starts with shaking up its own clearly tired formula. JS

This article was originally writing by: Rolling Stone

Cardi B lidera junto a Drake las nominaciones de los American Music Awards

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Uno de los premios al que Cardi B está nominada es al mejor artista nuevo (EFE).

Los Ángeles – La rapera de origen latino Cardi B obtuvo ocho nominaciones, las mismas que el rapero canadiense Drake, para la 46 edición de los premios American Music Awards, informó la organización en un comunicado de prensa.Por detrás de Cardi B y Drake se situaron Ed Sheeran y Post Malone, con seis menciones por cabeza, y la cantante hispana Camila Cabello, que recibió cinco candidaturas.

Cardi B y Camila Cabello se disputarán el premio al mejor artista nuevo, un apartado en el que se verán las caras con Khalid, Dua Lipa y XXXTentacion.

Por su parte, la categoría reina de mejor artista contará como aspirantes con Drake, Imagine Dragons, Post Malone, Ed Sheeran y TaylorSwift.

Los nominados a los American Music Awards se basan en los registros de ventas de álbumes y canciones digitales, emisiones de radio y en “streaming” (emisión en línea) medidos por la publicación Billboard y sus socios, Nielsen Music y Next Big Sound.

En cambio, los ganadores de estos reconocimientos son elegidos por los fans.

La 46 edición de los American Music Awards se celebrará el próximo 9 de octubre en el Teatro Microsoft de Los Ángeles (EE.UU.) y contará con Tracee Ellis Ross como maestra de ceremonias.

Self Care’ de Mac Miller adquiere un nuevo sentido tras su muerte

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Tras la trágica muerte el pasado viernes, a los 26 años, de Mac Miller, por supuesto sus seguidores se han refugiado en su música, al tiempo que otros comienzan a descubrirla. Hasta 14 de sus composiciones han aparecido por el top 200 global de Spotify, siendo la más destacada en las listas de streaming uno de sus últimos singles, ‘Self Care’.

Las razones son evidentes: la letra habla reiteradamente sobre tratar de ayudarse a uno mismo olvidando el pasado, y además el vídeo que estrenaba para esta misma canción contenida en su recién editado último álbum, ‘Swimming’, que apenas lleva un mes en el mercado, le mostraba encerrado en un ataúd como el protagonista de ‘Buried’. En la segunda parte de la canción, muy marcada pues la composición está claramente dividida en dos, conseguía emerger de debajo de la tierra, dando ahora una imagen emocionante y de esperanza para sus seguidores.

Fans responsabilizan a Ariana Grande por la muerte de Mac Miller.

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Después de que se conociera la noticia del deceso del rapero, Mac Miller, las redes sociales de Grande se inundaron de comentarios en los que la responsabilizaron por la muerte del cantante.

El pasado viernes, Miller fue hallado muerto en su casa ubicada en San Fernando, Valley. La noticia impactó a sus fans y a la industria musical ya que hace un mes había lanzado su último álbum “Swimming”, con el que se esperaba una gira de conciertos y una nueva etapa para su carrera. Miller tenía 26 años y según TMZ, la alerta de la muerte del cantante la dio una amiga que llamó al 911. Posteriormente las autoridades reportaron el hecho como un “paciente con ataque cardíaco”.

Las reacciones de los seguidores de Miller se evidenciaron en las redes sociales de Ariana Grande, con quien tuvo una relación de dos años. Los comentarios han sido duros e irresponsables, ya que la han responsabilizado directamente de la muerte del rapero, con quien terminó la relación a principios del pasado mes de mayo.

En medios de comunicación se registró que a pesar de las publicaciones en las que se evidenciaba que la relación entre Grande y Miller era amorosa y estable, las controversias debido a los problemas que suscitó el rapero a causa de su consumo de drogas fueron constantes. Los comentarios que señalan y acusan a Grande, también se deben a que, al poco tiempo de anunciar la ruptura, la cantante no tardó en hacer pública su nueva relación con Pete Davinson, con quien pocas semanas después se comprometió. Lo cierto es que la relación de Miller y Grande se deterioró cada vez más debido a las adicciones del artista.

 

Como consecuencia de acusaciones como “Esto es tú culpa”, las cuales también han sido acompañadas con los hashtags #ArianaKilledMac (#ArianaMatóAMac) o #ArianaForPrision (#ArianaAPrisión), la cantante decidió desactivar los comentarios de su red.

La última reacción de la cantante fue su pronunciamiento respecto a la muerte de su expareja, en la que publicó una foto del rapero, sin ningún mensaje y a blanco y negro. Los seguidores de Grande han rechazado los señalamientos, defendiéndola y denunciando los comentarios en redes. Muchas personas también la han apoyado comentando que ninguna relación tóxica debe mantenerse, y que las acusaciones a la cantante dan lugar a seguir pensando que las personas si deberían someterse a la manipulación, maltrato o toxicidad de sus parejas.

This article was originally writing by El Espectador

El Señor de los Anillos’ tendrá nuevo juego en línea

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thlon Games ha adquirido los derechos para desarrollar un videojuego inspirado en el universo creado por J.R.R. Tolkien, cuyos eventos tendrán lugar muchos años antes de El Señor de los Anillos.

Un nuevo videojuego parece estar a punto de aterrizar en la Edad Media, ya que Athlon Games y Middle Earth Enterprises han llegado a un acuerdo para que un juego inspirado en El Señor de los Anillos llegue a las consolas en formato online y multijugador.

Dave Miller, presidente de Athlon Games, expresó para The Hollywood Reporter que este acuerdo representa una oportunidad única “para crear una experiencia completamente nueva para los fanáticos de la obra de fantasía histórica de JRR Tolkien, y estamos entusiasmados con el resurgimiento del interés en The Lord of the Rings“. Sin embargo, el juego aún no se encuentra en desarrollo y, por lo momentos, no se ha anunciado una posible fecha de lanzamiento.

Este anuncio coincide con la serie sobre El Señor de los Anillos que Amazonestá desarrollando y se especula que estaría contada desde el punto de vista de una versión joven de Aragorn, el personaje interpretado por Viggo Mortensen en la trilogía original.

En 2001 se estrenó La Comunidad del Anillo, la primera cinta de la trilogía de Jackson. Puedes ver el tráiler aquí:

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Kanye West Apologizes to Drake in a Series of Tweets

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After it emerged that Drake recorded a verse dissing Kanye West on the forthcoming French Montana song “No Stylist,” ‘Ye has taken to Twitter to settle their disagreements.

In a series of tweets, West apologizes to Drake for his involvement in the Pusha-T beef. West began by sharing an image of Drake’s live setup, writing that he’s “sending good energy and love to Drake and family and crew.”

He then apologizes for “stepping on your release date in the first place,” and explains that he announced his ye album date when he was “a bit ramped up doing 25 tweets a day.”

He reveals that he hasn’t heard either Pusha-T or Drake’s beef tracks, but says that “there should have been no songs with my involvement that had any negative energy towards you.” He also denies telling Pusha-T about Drake’s secret child.

West continues by explaining that he understands where Pusha-T came from, but that he loves both Drake and Pusha, saying that they “all have an admiration for each other’s craft.”

He finishes by promising he will go to Drake’s show within the next week “to give love and be inspired by the art you have created.”

See the full series of tweets below.

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G-Eazy and Machine Gun Kelly feud amid rumours of reconciliation with Halsey

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Halsey recently hit out at the MTV VMA’s after her absence sparked speculation from fans. The ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom‘ singer responded on social media, explaining that she’d grown frustrated after failing to receive a single nomination despite directing all of her recent music videos.

Halsey tweeted: “I directed all my own music videos this album just to have @MTV “#wcw” me to death and not nominate me for anything so it didn’t feel right to go. I’m happy you guys liked the videos. That’s all that matters to me.”

image: https://ksassets.timeincuk.net/wp/uploads/sites/55/2018/09/GE-300×207.jpgG-Eazy (L) and Halsey speak onstage during the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards at The Forum on March 11, 2018 in Inglewood, California. Credit – Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

However, the couple now seem to have reconciled their differences after the two appeared on stage together last Friday (August 31) in New Jersey as part of G-Eazy’s ‘Endless Summer’ tour.

Halsey joined G-Eazy on stage during a performance of ‘Him & I’, their collaboration from December 2017. After kissing on stage, G-Eazy later shared photos of him and Halsey on social media. Halsey has also shared pictures of her and G-Eazy on social media today (September 3). Recently, as reported in Stereogum, Halsey told Us that she and G-Easy were “hanging out again.”

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Meanwhile, the feud between G-Eazy and Machine Gun Kelly continues as the two continue to spat over social media and song thanks to their shared interest in Halsey.

Recently on ‘Bad Boy’, G-Eazy rapped “MGK please stop trolling me, get over me / You wanna be me…Call a Uber, turn on the radio, imagine hearing me / ‘Him & I’s” on, mad you’re listening to Halsey sing to me…”

After the release, Machine Gun Kelly then shared photos of him and G-Eazy sporting similar hairstyles. The photo was captioned “I f***** his girl now he looks like me this shit overbearing”. The caption was later deleted and updated to “#miniME#stoplyingaboutFINLAND#alllyourfriendsknow.”

Los fans de buzzfeed recopilan las películas más románticas de todos los tiempos.

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1. About Time

"This movie isn’t just about romance, it’s about a family. I was adamantly against watching this movie the first time (because I hate rom-coms) but this one is so beautifully written and filmed. —amyp489bd158f

Universal Pictures

“This movie isn’t just about romance, it’s about a family. I was adamantly against watching this movie the first time (because I hate rom-coms) but this one is so beautifully written and filmed.

2. Crazy Rich Asians

"It's such a nice rom-com and as someone living in Singapore, I can relate to the movie a lot! (Except for the parts where they really are more like crazy rich Asians than Singaporeans.)"—chyecat

Warner Bros. Pictures

“It’s such a nice rom-com and as someone living in Singapore, I can relate to the movie a lot! (Except for the parts where they really are more like crazy rich Asians than Singaporeans.)”

chyecat

3. Run Fatboy Run

"Run Fatboy Run is one of the most poignant comedies out there. It's about a man who thinks he can win back the girl he left at the altar by completing a marathon. But it's not just his body that's unfit, it's his opinion of himself that's really unhealthy. The more dedicated he becomes to finishing the race, the better he becomes as a person. Also, Simon Pegg is hilarious." —caitlinm18

New Line Cinema

Run Fatboy Run is one of the most poignant comedies out there. It’s about a man who thinks he can win back the girl he left at the altar by completing a marathon. But it’s not just his body that’s unfit, it’s his opinion of himself that’s really unhealthy. The more dedicated he becomes to finishing the race, the better he becomes as a person. Also, Simon Pegg is hilarious.”

caitlinm18

4. The Decoy Bride

"The Decoy Bride is really good! I might just be in blind adoration of it because it stars David Tennant, but it's really a funny and sweet movie. Basically this actress is getting married but the locals are swarming her, so she hires a woman to pretend to be her for a fake wedding ceremony to have the real wedding in peace...but things don't go quite as planned of course." —ilikeaffenpinschers

CinemaNX

The Decoy Bride is really good! I might just be in blind adoration of it because it stars David Tennant, but it’s really a funny and sweet movie. Basically this actress is getting married but the locals are swarming her, so she hires a woman to pretend to be her for a fake wedding ceremony to have the real wedding in peace…but things don’t go quite as planned of course.”

ilikeaffenpinschers

5. When Harry Met Sally

"It's about how complete opposites become friends after they keep bumping into each other at different stages of their lives and then end up realising that maybe they are meant to be something more. Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan have such a great chemistry and the movie is hilarious!"—elizabethf46beebdee

Columbia Pictures

“It’s about how complete opposites become friends after they keep bumping into each other at different stages of their lives and then end up realising that maybe they are meant to be something more. Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan have such a great chemistry and the movie is hilarious!”

elizabethf46beebdee

6. The Big Sick

"It’s funny, has a great cast and a totally original story. Love this movie!"– Cazboline

Amazon Studios / Lionsgate

“It’s funny, has a great cast and a totally original story. Love this movie!”

Cazboline

7. The Holiday

"I'd recommend The Holiday and The Big Sick. Both have great plots, wonderful leads, plenty of humour, and will hit you in the feels."– Gina G

Universal Pictures

“I’d recommend The Holiday and The Big Sick. Both have great plots, wonderful leads, plenty of humour, and will hit you in the feels.”

Gina G

8. Set it Up

"Has the right amount of comedy, romance, and a little heartbreak in the perfect balance. Might shed a few tears, who knows? I did and I sure as hell don’t regret it."—victorialii

Netflix

“Has the right amount of comedy, romance, and a little heartbreak in the perfect balance. Might shed a few tears, who knows? I did and I sure as hell don’t regret it.”

victorialii

9. 13 Going on 30

"Honestly think I’ve watched this over 50 times. Funny, with sad parts, but overall heartwarming and always leaves me smiling. Watch it now!!"—jasminxo

Columbia Pictures

“Honestly think I’ve watched this over 50 times. Funny, with sad parts, but overall heartwarming and always leaves me smiling. Watch it now!!”

jasminxo

10. Flipped

"The greatest rom-com of all time is Flipped without a doubt. It’s just so lighthearted and sweet and perfectly depicts the innocence and awkwardness of a first love. Also, Bryce Loski". —natlozada

Warner Bros. Pictures

“The greatest rom-com of all time is Flipped without a doubt. It’s just so lighthearted and sweet and perfectly depicts the innocence and awkwardness of a first love. Also, Bryce Loski”

. —natlozada

11. Penelope

"Such a good movie that no-one has ever heard of somehow. It’s about a woman who was born with a pig's nose as a result of a curse on her family. Very fairytale-esque and always brightens my mood. It also started my life-long love of James McAvoy!"—melindac4cdd9628f

Momentum Pictures

“Such a good movie that no-one has ever heard of somehow. It’s about a woman who was born with a pig’s nose as a result of a curse on her family. Very fairytale-esque and always brightens my mood. It also started my life-long love of James McAvoy!”

melindac4cdd9628f

12. My Big Fat Greek Wedding

"I love that it is a fun story of girl meets guy, guy meets girl's family, and it's just fun, laughter, and happiness. They don't have a big fight, break up, and get back together. It's just a happy romance from beginning to end."—dougfancy101290

IFC Films

“I love that it is a fun story of girl meets guy, guy meets girl’s family, and it’s just fun, laughter, and happiness. They don’t have a big fight, break up, and get back together. It’s just a happy romance from beginning to end.”

dougfancy101290

13. The Last Holiday

"It stars Queen Latifah who is falsely told she has two weeks left to live, so she lives out her dreams – there's a happy ending, amazing fashion and body positivity, incredible looking food, and a really healthy nice romance/happy ending with LL Cool J."—carelesswhistler

Paramount Pictures

 

“It stars Queen Latifah who is falsely told she has two weeks left to live, so she lives out her dreams – there’s a happy ending, amazing fashion and body positivity, incredible looking food, and a really healthy nice romance/happy ending with LL Cool J.”

carelesswhistler

14. Definitely, Maybe

"Definitely, Maybe has such an amazing cast and a really great storyline. Ryan Reynolds, Elizabeth Banks, Abigail Breslin, Isla Fisher, Rachel Weisz star, and they're all so freaking good in it too."—kaygro272

Universal Studios

 

Definitely, Maybe has such an amazing cast and a really great storyline. Ryan Reynolds, Elizabeth Banks, Abigail Breslin, Isla Fisher, Rachel Weisz star, and they’re all so freaking good in it too.”

kaygro272

15. What If?

"What If? is honestly so good. It's completely underrated and such a unique plot! Plus, you get to see Daniel Radcliffe outside of Hogwarts!"—ashalaaylay

Entertainment One

What If? is honestly so good. It’s completely underrated and such a unique plot! Plus, you get to see Daniel Radcliffe outside of Hogwarts!”

ashalaaylay

16. The Proposal

"It's hilarious and heart-warming, and it has all the right tropes; 'enemies to lovers' and 'fake relationship'!"—btoscano95

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

“It’s hilarious and heart-warming, and it has all the right tropes; ‘enemies to lovers’ and ‘fake relationship’!”

btoscano95

17. Austenland

"Its based on a girl who is so obsessed with Mr. Darcy she doesn't think men like that exist in real life. It is so cheesy and so funny and so cute. It's my go to when I'm sad."—kilamenapie

Sony Pictures Classics

“Its based on a girl who is so obsessed with Mr. Darcy she doesn’t think men like that exist in real life. It is so cheesy and so funny and so cute. It’s my go to when I’m sad.”

kilamenapie

18. Love, Simon

"Apart from being a super important film in terms of LGBT representation, it was genuinely a good story and had some really hilarious moments."– Tamara Soper via Facebook

20th Century Fox

“Apart from being a super important film in terms of LGBT representation, it was genuinely a good story and had some really hilarious moments.”

– Tamara Soper via Facebook

19. Pride and Prejudice

"Pride and Prejudice (the 2005 version) is literally my favourite movie of all time. It's brilliantly acted with stunning cinematography and a beautiful soundtrack. It's funny but also very heartfelt. Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen are SUPERB and their chemistry will have you yelling 'just kiss already' whenever they look at each other. I don't care how many hardcore fans of the BBC miniseries yell at me for loving this adaptation more. Keira is my Elizabeth and Matthew is my Darcy. I would die for this movie."– Aniela Krajewska via Facebook

Focus Features

 

Pride and Prejudice (the 2005 version) is literally my favourite movie of all time. It’s brilliantly acted with stunning cinematography and a beautiful soundtrack. It’s funny but also very heartfelt. Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen are SUPERB and their chemistry will have you yelling ‘just kiss already’ whenever they look at each other. I don’t care how many hardcore fans of the BBC miniseries yell at me for loving this adaptation more. Keira is my Elizabeth and Matthew is my Darcy. I would die for this movie.”

– Aniela Krajewska via Facebook

20. Julie and Julia

"I absolutely adore the love and friendship Meryl Streep and Stanley Tucci portrayed in their characters' relationship. It's the first time I've seen a rom-com with a couple that felt real and honest."– Samantha Hoover via Facebook

Columbia Pictures

“I absolutely adore the love and friendship Meryl Streep and Stanley Tucci portrayed in their characters’ relationship. It’s the first time I’ve seen a rom-com with a couple that felt real and honest.”

– Samantha Hoover via Facebook

21. Man Up

“It’s sweet, authentic, unique, all the while still remaining true to rom-com classics (like a giant chase scene to win the girl at the end). It’s a sincerely underrated movie that has something for everyone!"—nicoleb48c50a074

StudioCanal

“It’s sweet, authentic, unique, all the while still remaining true to rom-com classics (like a giant chase scene to win the girl at the end). It’s a sincerely underrated movie that has something for everyone!”

This article was writing by: Buzzfeed.com 

Netflix’s ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ isn’t just about romance, it’s about messy, complex mourning too

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This new Netflix smash hit isn’t just addressed to Lara Jean’s high school crushes; it’s also a love letter to her late mum.

At a first glance, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before – the new Netflix film that everyone is talking about right now – appears to be about the giddy embarrassment of first crushes. A coming-of-age flick cut from a similar cloth to all of the best teen movies, it takes apart the ways in which we sugar-coat the objects of our infatuations, as five old, embarrassingly-smitten love letters find their way into the outside world against their author’s will in the present day. It’s also a film about growing up. Over the course of the movie, Lara Jean Covey learns to express her true feelings, and finds her own assured place in the world. Starting out as an introverted character who eats lunch alone in the library, she’s quietly confident by the end.

The importance of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before as a romantic comedy which stars an Asian-American lead character has been widely spoken about already, and quite rightly. In the film, the script knowingly drops a reference to John Hughes, the iconoclastic director behind The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, and other staples of the ’80s high school movie genre. As well as paying homage to the classic teen flicks, TATBILB also manages to reappraise the ’80s films and their dodgy handling of racial representation at the same time as acknowledging their huge influence. “I’m sorry, but isn’t this character, Long… Dong… Duk, like, kinda racist?” asks Peter Kavinsky while they’re watching Hughes’ classic Sixteen Candles.

image: https://ksassets.timeincuk.net/wp/uploads/sites/55/2018/08/Screen-Shot-2018-08-28-at-15.33.22.png

Peter, Lara Jean and Kitty watch ‘Sixteen Candles’

The people who help to raise you, those who become your family one way or another, are the same people who help to shape you as a person; that’s one reason why the presence of Lara Jean’s Korean culture is so vital to the film. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is also interested in the idea of upbringing as a whole, and in the opening sequence, it’s less a typical romantic comedy. Initially, we see Lara Jean’s father trying to create a love letter on a plate, addressed to his late wife and his kids.

In the opening minutes of the film, Lara Jean’s father struggles to cook the same Korean recipes that her late mother use to make on the regular. “I hate it when dad makes Korean food, it always tastes like butt,” complains her youngest sister Kitty. “I was still eating smushed peas when mum died.” As well as carefully handling the ways in which we borrow traditions from one another to connect, it’s a touching moment that perfectly encapsulates the difficult-to-navigate thorniness that is mourning for a lost parent.

Again and again this is a film concerned with revisiting loves from the past – usually romantic ones. When Lara Jean wrote her love letters, she was writing them to idealised, half-fictional versions to the real people they were addressed to. However, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is also addressed to Lara Jean’s mother, one of the biggest and most influential figures from her life.

Netflix’s ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ isn’t just about romance, it’s about messy, complex mourning too

For anybody who has ever lost a parent, the clumsy exchanges that pepper To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before will be all too familiar. In one such scene, when Lara Jean goes for dinner with Peter Kavinsky’s mum, she navigates a conversation about her family as the entire room freezes and turns the hue of a very ruddy looking beetroot. “Your mum must love having girls,” Peter’s mum says brightly as her son sideeyes her angrily. The ensuing slow-blink after she’s reminded that Lara Jean’s mother has died, followed by the immediate embarrassed apology, rings true to life.. After I lost my mum in my mid-20s, I felt like I had been signed up to a bleakly-named fictional society called the Dead Parents Club against my will. When you’re in this unlucky club, chatting with new acquaintances about the subject of family suddenly feels like treading on hundreds and thousands of very apologetic eggshells, with the usual scripts of small talk taken away. Nobody in life, it seems, really knows how to talk about death without being sorry.

“Actually, she did love having girls,” Lara Jean replies after an uncomfortable silence. You can see relief wash over Peter’s mum’s entire face. After dinner, when Peter apologises for a second time – honestly, when you’ve lost a parent people apologise to you, a hell of a lot – Lara Jean articulates complicated feelings that usually don’t find a place in lighthearted rom-coms. Telling Peter about the sudden flashes of guilt she experiences while washing up or doing her homework, she adds “honestly, it’s nice talking about her like it’s normal, like it’s not some tragedy”. It’s one of the key moments of the film that glues the initially unlikely pair together.

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before frequently nails these difficult interactions with pinpoint accuracy; in a number of scenes Peter draws clunky but well meaning comparisons between the death of Lara Jean’s mum, and his dad leaving to start another family. “It’s hard, huh?” she agrees with him. Where romantic comedies can stick so rigidly to safe and soppy territory – think of Bridget Jones-type catchphrases like “I like you, very much. Just as you are” – To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before doesn’t shy away from exploring the ways in which people attempt to relate to each other’s alien situations, despite all of the barriers, when they’re falling in love. The film also explores different close relationships, too; as Lara Jean opens up to her dad about her massive dilemma (and lets be fair, having five cringeworthy love letters leaked into the outside world is a fairly large one) they end up discussing her mum instead. He comments that Lara Jean seems to have found happiness with Peter. “Seeing you come alive like that, you remind me of her,” he tells his daughter. In the diner, the pair of them put her mother’s favourite song, ‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’, by Tears for Fears, on the jukebox. “There’s so much about her I should’ve told you girls, but I haven’t because just talking about her makes me sad. It’s not ok.”

It’s honestly refreshing to discover a rom-com that delves into permanent loss; the sad and darker consequence of love that we rarely speak about. “The more people that you let into your life, the more people there are that can just walk right out,” Lara Jean tells Peter, speaking about her letters, but also her mother. Over the film, as she gradually opens up, we also see her begin to heal.

This Article was originally Writing by: NME

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