Reach out
Daniel Haim, Founder, Editor-in-Chief
Bloginity Team Bloginity
Good Reads


Entertainment News

Tuesday, July 29th 2014
by Daniel Haim

News reports that Bono’s global fight against AIDS faces a major setback, as the Global Fund has been accused of corruption. While Bono’s charitable efforts to improve the lives of millions around the world are some of the most far reaching and well-respected in the celebrity world, the Global Fund faces scrutiny for a gap in excess of $30 million in its accounts.

by Brian Willett

The Sundance Film Festival 2011 is in full swing, and what better way to get a glimpse of the action than to speak with Robert Redford, the founder of the festival as well as the Sundance Channel? In the video below, you can see what the legendary actor has to say about this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

by Iain Alexander

[…]

by Daniel Haim

As you might have expected, the Oscars nomination list for 2011 is full of a lot of great films and talented individuals, which makes picking Oscars 2011 winners pretty difficult. However, we’ve decided to take on the challenging task of sifting through the Oscars nominations and picking potential Academy Awards winners. Obviously, no one really knows who the Oscars 2011 winners will be, but we’re going to give it a shot.

by Daniel Haim

[…]

by Brian Willett

Mean Girls 2? Is it really happening? Apparently, yes. Although the original Mean Girls dropped in 2004 (yes, it’s been that long), Mean Girls 2 is slated to premiere tonight on ABC Family, with a DVD release February 1. Unsurprisingly, Mean Girls 2 will not feature Lindsay Lohan, whose legal problems have all but derailed her career. However, that won’t hold Mean Girls 2 back; one of the Plastics actresses, Nicole Anderson (Hope), explained that Mean Girls 2 is more intense than the original.

by Brian Willett

The band doesn’t sound anything like Lynyrd Skynyrd, but Memphis May Fire may be the hottest thing to come out of the south since the producers of the unfortunately ubiquitous “Sweet Home Alabama.” Memphis May Fire actually couldn’t be farther in sound from the classic rockers of “Freebird” fame, but that doesn’t make them incapable of turning heads. The Texas-based band has been compared to the likes of Underoath and Every Time I Die, favoring a sound commonly (and quite ambiguously) classified as “post-hardcore,” but adding a unique southern element. The band released Sleepwalking (download here) on Trustkill Records, home of Bullet For My Valentine, It Dies Todayand other intense acts.