Kim Kardashian’s cameo in DJ Khaled, Rick Ross and Kanye West’s hybrid music video for ”I Wish You Would/Cold” is pretty brief, nevertheless it must sting Kris Humphries. Kardashian appears when Kanye raps: “And I’ll admit I had fell in love with Kim/ Around the same time she had fell in love with him.” Of course, the “him” Kanye is referring to is Kim’s ex-husband Kris Humphries.
The black and white, grainy music video was directed by Hype Williams, who has directed videos for Coldplay, Kesha, Nicki Minaj and Jay-Z. I wouldn’t say this particular video is his most conceptual considering it essentially consists of the three guys rapping in a long underground tunnel. If the shaky camera work makes you too queasy, skip ahead to 5:10 to get a glimpse of Kimye.
Watch it here:
Titanic 3D is currently in theatres but what you might not have known is that Ellen Degeneres’ small part in the original movie was cut out. Fortunately, James Cameron made the critical decision to edit it back in for the movie’s re-release and Ellen showed an exclusive clip to prove it.
Ellen plays a painter who is commissioned to paint a nude portrait of Rose at the same time as Jack. I’m not sure how I feel about it. It takes away that romantic aura of the scene but the infusion of humour certain lightens the mood.
Watch the footage below:
Jake Gyllenhaal stars the The Shoes new video for “Time to Dance” though it’s more like “Time to Kill.” The video is bleak and dark, in stark contrast to some of their upbeat electro-funk. Gyllenhaal too, is absolutely insane in the video, killing every beautiful hipster he runs into.
The video was artfully directed Daniel Owlfe and features the lunatic balancing his murders with mundane everyday tasks like eating cereal and going to the barbers. [ChartAttack]
He kind of has his Donnie Darko vibe again. What do you think of it?
1) Agent J says he’s getting too old for the job but he looks virtually unchanged. Will Smith does not age.
2) Agent J must travel back in time after he learns his partner Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) gets unwritten from history. Oh (Emma Thompson) tells him he must time travel to stop an evil alien from assasinating his friend.
3) To go back to 1969 you have to get high, but not in the way you might think. Also 1969 is like some trippy Velvet Underground party where everyone is an alien. Andy Warhol was always one of us and Agent J has no problem kicking the “shiznet” out of him.
4) There are a few cameos in this film, including Lady Gaga. Wait, she has a cameo? Oh yea, there she is…
5) The movie’s fresh angle comes in the form of young Agent K (Josh Brolin) who is not hard on the eyes and has a laid back charm. Even though the world is being invaded by massive flying aliens, he doesn’t seem like he’s in a rush to stop it.
Radar Online is reporting that former president Bill Clinton has shot a cameo for The Hangover 2. Clinton joined the film’s stars Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, Liam Neeson and Bradley Cooper in Thailand this weekend to shoot a few short scenes for the upcoming flick.
Clinton delivered a speech on clean energy in Bangkok before joining the boys on set.
Bill Clinton was a way better choice for a cameo than Mel Gibson. Plus, with all due respect, Clinton seems like the kind of guy that knows how to party.
We can’t wait to see the movie now!
Not much has been spilled regarding Lady Gagas much-anticipated appearance on the show, Gossip Girl.
According to perezhilton.com, the cast has only confirmed that she will be appearing and eluded that it will be something pretty spectacular. Lady Gaga, on the other hand, has revealed actual details about the upcoming appearance.
Gaga explained hat if she was going to do the show, she not settling for a randomly inserted musical performance.
“I hate TV series performances, because they kind of come in out of nowhere, and everyone’s, like, really into the story, and then all of a sudden somebody breaks into song. And it has nothing to do with the storyline, and then it screws everything up. I really sat down with the writers. I was like, ‘Look, I want to do this, and the reason I want to do this is because I am trying to say something that is not mainstream in a mainstream capacity. So, if I can say it on your show, that would be, like, a real coup d’état for me as a performance artist.’ ”
Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger is set to appear in Sylvester Stallone’s upcoming movie “The Expendables” according to E! Online.
The movie is set to begin filming in March 28 in Brazil and will later move to New Orleans for approximately two months. Schwarzenegger will shoot his cameo in Los Angeles.
Stallone will both act and direct in the film that he wrote. The movie also co-stars Mickey Rourke, Forest Whitaker, Jet Li, Eric Roberts and Dolph Lundgren.
The “Terminator” star has appeared in only three other films since taking the position of Governor in 2003. These include 2003’s “The Rundown,” 2004’s “Around the World in 80 Days” with Jackie Chan and “The Kid & I” in 2005.
Schwarzenegger is rumoured to Make a cameo in “Terminator Salvation” coming out this summer.