Tangled is a 2010 American animated musical film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. The film features the voices of Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, and Donna Murphy and is the 50th animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. The story is largely based on the German fairy tale Rapunzel by the Brothers Grimm. It premiered in theatres and in 3D cinemas on November 24, 2010. To date, it is the second most expensive film ever made, and the most expensive animated film, with a budget of $260 million. DOWNLOAD in 720p.
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Lady Gaga may already have plenty of celebrity friends these days, but in the Francis Lawrence-directed video for "Bad Romance" (the first video from her forthcoming release, The Fame Monster), there's a devilish group of supermodels who have their eyes on making Gaga their newest bestie.
"I knew [Lawrence's] ability as a director is so much higher than what I could [do]," Gaga explained to MTV News last week. "There's this one shot in the video where I get kidnapped by supermodels. I'm washing away my sins and they shove vodka down my throat to drug me up before they sell me off to the Russian mafia."
As if being kidnapped by supermodels before being sold off to the Russian mafia isn't bizarre enough, Gaga also decided to step up her fashion game in the clip and include some razor-blade sunglasses — yep, razor-blade sunglasses.
"I wanted to design a pair for some of the toughest chicks and some of my girlfriends — don't do this at home! — they used to keep razor blades in the side of their mouths," she explained. "That tough female sprit is something that I want to project. It's meant to be, 'This is my shield, this is my weapon, this is my inner sense of fame, this is my monster.' "
In addition to paying homage to those tough chicks, she also knew she wanted to work with Lawrence (Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, Gwen Stefani).
"It was collaborative. He's a really pop video director and a filmmaker. He did 'I Am Legend' and I'm a huge Will Smith fan, so I knew he could execute the video in a way that I could give him all my weirdest, most psychotic ideas," she said. "But it would come across to and be relevant to the public."
It also doesn't hurt that it was one of the few times while making a video that she felt the director just got it. "I wanted somebody with a tremendous understanding of how to make a pop video, because my biggest challenge working with directors is that I am the director and I write the treatments and I get the fashion and I decide what it's about and it's very hard to find directors that will relinquish any sort of input from the artist," she said. "But Francis and I worked together."
“Empire State of Mind” is destined to be played in promos for Knicks games. “Let’s hear it for New York!” Alicia sings in the cheesy hook, giving Jay a breather from name dropping every tourist spot in the verses. Why would he title this flaccid song in such a way as to draw comparisons to Nas’ “N.Y. State of Mind”? Is he trying to give us yet another reason to dig up a copy of Illmatic?
Britney Spears really is doing her best to ‘fit in’ the charts these days and her latest single, 3, is no exception.
The single is poised to celebrate the release of The Singles Collection on 23 November, which isn’t just a greatest hit’s CD…. It’s actually a box set of all her singles PLUS loads of other goodies that we just hope we get a delivery of in the FemaleFirst office.
The new single, which has been recorded especially for the launch, is another club-tastic offering from the blonde bombshell, who is still desperately trying to regain some of her sex appeal following her very public meltdown.
To be honest, I think this single shows Britters back on top form, and she’s clearly ditched the schoolgirl outfit and moved with the times, okay, so she’s still a popstar who enjoys to go a little OTT on the robot voice, but we love her.
This single is bound to be in your local club as soon as your DJ friend blags the promos, so check it out below (via the beauty of YouTube and let us know if you’ll be dancing along, or heading to the loo when it comes on.
'Run This Town' is a 2009 song performed by American hip hop musician Jay-Z. The song features Barbadian R&B singer Rihanna and rap artist Kanye West, who also produced the song alongside No I.D. It is released as the second single of Jay-Z's upcoming studio album 'The Blueprint 3'. After the song was released to iTunes on August 11th 2009, it jumped to the third position on the Billboard Hot 100, making it his highest peak as a lead artist to date, it also became Rihanna's eleventh top ten hit, making her the female with the second most top ten hits this decade [2000-2009], behind Beyonce, Jay-Z's wife, who has twelve. It is also Jay-Z's first Top 5 Rap Song since 2006's 'Show Me What You Got'.
The video was directed by Anthony Mandler and was filmed on August 6th 2009 at Fort Totten Park in New York City. The director of the music video had this to say: "We wanted you to feel uneasy throughout the piece," he said. "We wanted there to be a constant layer of tension through the piece. Even in the way I shot — where the camera comes by Jay, it doesn't stop on him, it goes to Rihanna, there's kind of this chaos of revealing and covering and concealing. And things happen offscreen that you don't see.
Here’s the new video from Cash Money / Universal Republic artist Jay Sean – “Down” featuring Lil Wayne.
Jay Sean is British, of Punjabi Indian descent, and has been writing hit songs for years now. People are calling him an R&B artist, but this is really more like Urban Pop – kind of reminiscent of N’Sync, but less corny dancing.
Jason DeRulo croons here like a confident, established R&B pop singer. In the more emotional sections of this musical plea for reconciliation, DeRulo spits out the words with a spirit appropriate for the moment. He pledges paradise when he becomes a star, and it looks like that time may be coming sooner instead of later.
The down side of "Whatcha Say" is the record does sound rather derivative of much that is already going on in contemporary R&B. The heavy vocal effect drench can make Jason DeRulo sound rather faceless at times. Adding in the sample of Imogen Heap's ambient synths and the record risks burying the lead talent.
"Whatcha Say" is a good summer song that is likely to carry its popularity into the fall. Jason DeRulo is a confident new talent, and we will eagerly look forward to his first full-length album. Let's hear a bit more of the spirit evident when Jason DeRulo comes close to cutting loose near the end of the song. The best guess is he has significantly more vocal talent than is put to you use on "Whatcha Say."
It's hard deciding what the best bit of this single actually is. There's the Britney line, the "nodding my head like yeah" thing (which makes complete sense despite making no sense), and of course the moment our heroine realises she's definitely not at a Nashville party: "All I see are stilettos / I guess I never got the memo."
Then again, maybe it's tough picking a best bit because the whole thing's so bloody good? Produced by Dr Luke, 'Party In The USA' is a midtempo pop track with a naggingly catchy guitar riff, a slight hip-hop influence - yes, really! - and a chorus so joyous it could make Katie Price crack a smile. The result? The third great Miley single after 'See You Again' and 'Fly On The Wall', but probably the toppermost of the lot. ('Hoedown Throwdown' gets an honourable mention too, of course.)