Archive for April, 2017

Cole Sprouse Explains His Poppy-Filled Photo Shoot With Riverdale Costar Lili Reinhart

When Lili Reinhart wanted to “feel like a fairy princess in a flowy dress,” her costar Cole Sprouse made it happen with a stunning photo shoot. MTV News caught up with the Riverdale stars at the Paley Center for Media on Thursday night (April 27), and Reinhart and Sprouse gave us the scoop on how […]

Logic’s New Song With Alessia Cara Applauds Suicide Prevention Hotlines

“1-800-273-8255” is the phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and it’s also the title of Logic’s urgent new song, which raises awareness for mental health. The Maryland MC begins by rapping from the perspective of someone who wants to take their own life. “I feel like I’m out of my mind / It […]

Disney Star Ross Lynch On The Challenge Of Playing A Young Jeffrey Dahmer

Transitioning from Disney Channel heartthrob to darker, more mature roles is no easy task, but Ross Lynch makes it look effortless. For years, fans have known Lynch as Austin Moon on Austin Ally and Brady in Teen Beach Movie, but he’ll soon be known as one of history’s most vile characters: Jeffrey Dahmer. The 21-year-old […]

Ariana Grande Makes Poor Life Decisions In New Song With Cashmere Cat

Procrastinating your homework is one thing. Procrastinating a breakup is another, yet that’s exactly what Ariana Grande sings about in her new collab with Norwegian DJ Cashmere Cat. “Quit” is the fifth track on his debut album, 9, which also features Camila Cabello, The Weeknd, Ty Dolla Sign, and more of your faves. The “Quit” […]

Emma Watson Has The Perfect Idea For A Beauty And The Beast Sequel

Emma Watson had no idea the internet had been clamoring for a sequel to Beauty and the Beast, but now that she’s properly in the know, she is so on board with the idea. “I would love to do a sequel,” Watson told Access Hollywood at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of The Circle. “Yes!” […]

I Love New York: On Jonathan Demme’s Love Affair With The City That Inspired Him

There are filmmakers who have spent their whole careers trying to nail down a vision of New York. As a result, New York is maybe the most iconicized, rhapsodized, and oversized city on film. But true to his affable reputation, the late Jonathan Demme avoided fixation. Demme was a Long Island kid who named his […]

A Republican Evangelizes for Action on Climate Change

From 1993–1999, Bob Inglis served as a congressman representing Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina, which he calls “the reddest district in the reddest state in the nation.” He defined his politics in opposition to the liberal Democratic elite: If they were for it, he was against it, and of course, that included taking action on climate change. […]

Gorillaz Are Getting Their Own Animated TV Show

After seven years of silence, Gorillaz are finally releasing a new album, Humanz, on Friday (April 28). But that’s not the only fresh project fans can expect from the quirky animated band — Gorillaz also have an animated series in the works that’ll bring Murdoc, 2D, Russel, and Noodle straight to your TV screen. Rumors […]

The Fullness Of Rodney King

Twenty-five years after Los Angeles rose up, how far have we come as a nation? Ten stories about the L.A. riots and the world they made. By the time I was old enough to understand Rodney King as more than the man at the center of a city’s push to the edge, it was two […]

Latasha Harlins, American Girl

Twenty-five years after Los Angeles rose up, how far have we come as a nation? Ten stories about the L.A. riots and the world they made. “This is not television. This is not the movies. This is real life.” This was how Deputy District Attorney Roxane Carvajal cautioned a jury before showing them the last […]

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