If you happen to be one of the many Bring Me the Horizon fans who are eagerly awaiting the release of the band’s Live At Wembley Arena DVD, then we have some bad news for you; the release date has been pushed back, again.
The band announced the news earlier today on Twitter and Facebook, but reassured their followers that the extra wait would be worth it in the end even including their recently released video for “The House of Wolves” which was also filmed during the DVD’s recording.
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Last December, the band announced that the DVD/CD which features the group performing at their sold out show at Wembley Arena in London was set to be released in March of this year. March has now come and gone and the DVD still has yet to be seen.
It was then announced about two weeks ago that May 29 would be the official release date for the DVD, but as we all now know, it won’t be happening. As of now, the band are aiming for a Summer release, at least according to their social media accounts.
With rumors of infidelity, pregnancy, and we can’t forget that now famous elevator video, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have had one headline worthy and packed summer which also included that little “On the Run” Tour which is where talks of a potential break-up stemmed from.
Like it was reported months ago, the power couple had decided to film their Paris shows at the Stade de France this past weekend (Sept. 12 and 13) for an HBO special titled, On the Run: Beyoncé and Jay-Z. In conjunction with the special which is slated to premiere this Saturday, Sept. 20, the duo have teamed up with director Dikayl Rimmasch to release a series of cinematic short films.
The three-part series is titled Bang Bang (not to be confused with the Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj collaboration) and heavily draws inspiration from Bonnie and Clyde. The series portrays the performers as the famed outlaws which we all know the two like since their first collaboration was called “’03 Bonnie and Clyde” and their tour was named “On the Run.”
In an interview Rimmasch expressed what the couple were trying to portray int eh video saying, “We’re not trying to do this literally, it’s not that we’re Bonnie and Clyde. We’re on the run from everything. On the run from becoming a cliche. On the run from doing the same thing again.”
But when you’re banking as much as you are for these shows, it’s kind of hard to do the same thing again.
With the Nine Days of Ed Sheeran special on MTV, it was only a matter of time before some of the Brit’s new songs from his upcoming new album, would be released.
Thanks to Sheeran and MTV, two new songs from the 24-year-old’s new album have been released. The tracks are titled “Even My Dad Does Sometimes” and “Shirtsleeves.”
An excited Sheeran took to Twitter to reveal some exciting news while on his way to a festival in Germany.
“Just found out I’ve had 5 x #1s on @iTunesMusic in 25+ countries in the last wee! Right now 7/10 songs on @iTunesUK are from x. Buzzin.”
Reportedly, two more tracks are set make their debut this weekend as well. That’s one way to get viewers to gravitate to your channel and try to remind the older generation that the “M” in MTV used to stand for music, not mindless.
Earlier this week, the BBC announced that the 50th anniversary Doctor Who special, The Day of the Doctor would be played in theaters across the United Kingdom in 3D. Fans of the sci-fi show in the United States were left to wonder if they would be getting the same cinematic treatment for the special like its homeland.
BBC had confirmed that BBC America would be taking the reigns on the cinematic distribution of the special and today, the network had unveiled the several cities and theaters that will be playing the special on the big screen during the Saturday simulcast on November 23.
Los Angeles – Cinemark Rave 18 + IMAX (Los Angeles, CA)
Los Angeles – Century 20 Bella Terra at Huntington Beach (Huntington Beach, CA)
New York – AMC Loews Village 7 (New York, NY)
New York – Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 & RPX (New York, NY)
Chicago – Century 12 Evanston + XD (Evanston, IL)
Chicago – Cinemark @ Seven Bridges + IMAX (Woodridge, IL)
Philadelphia – Cinemark Rave Cinemas University City 6 (Philadelphia, PA)
Philadelphia – Cinemark 16 (Somerdale, NJ)
Dallas-Ft. Worth – Cinemark West Plano + XD (Plano, TX)
San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose – Century San Francisco Centre 9 and XD (San Francisco, CA)
Houston – Cinemark Tinseltown 17 and XD (The Woodlands, TX)
Atlanta – Cinemark Tinseltown 17 (Fayetteville, GA)
Seattle-Tacoma – Cinemark Lincoln Square Cinemas (Bellevue, WA)
Minneapolis – AMC Southdale 16 (Edina, MN
After the initial broadcast had been made, 300 movie theaters across the country will re-broadcast it that following Monday, November 25 for those who want to see it on the big screen and didn’t get to the first time around.
Tickets for the Saturday simulcast will go on sale tomorrow, Friday, October 25 at 9.am. Eastern time through Fandango.com and Cinemark.com.