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VICE Trailer Released by Entertainment One

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WASHINGTON: Entertainment One UK has sent over its trailer for the film VICE starring a remarkably transformed Christian Bale. Lucy Reid   lucy@redcarpetmagazine.co.uk
 
From writer and director Adam McKay (The Big Short) and starring Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Steve Carelland Sam Rockwell, VICE is coming soon to UK cinemas.
 
The film explores the story of how a bureaucratic Washington insider quietly became the most powerful man in the world as Vice-President to George W. Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways that we still feel today.
 
See the trailer here:
 
 
 
 
 

Muse To Headline MTV World Stage In Bilbao

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BILBAO: MTV has announced that Muse will headline “MTV World Stage Bilbao,” following  “MTV Music Week” ahead of the 2018 MTV EMAs,

The band plays on Saturday 3rd November at San Mamés Stadium opening the way for the EMAs which will be broadcast live on Sunday 4th November from Bilbao Exhibition Centre, Spain. This year the event is in partnership with the film "Overlord".

English/Spanish electronic folk band, Crystal Fighters, will also perform at the three-hour live event, with other performers to be announced at a later time.

Seated and standing tickets will be available Monday 8th October at 1200 CEST for only five euros each at mtvema.com.

The five-time MTV EMA Award-winning English rock band, Muse, includes Matt Bellamy, lead vocalist, guitarist and keyboardist; Chris Wolstenholme bass guitarist and vocalist; and Dominic Howard, drummer.

With over 20 million album sales worldwide, Muse has several Billboard top 100 hits including “Uprising,” “Madness” “Time is Running Out,” “Psycho,” Super Massive Black Hole” and “Starlight.” The band’s new Album ‘Simulation Theory’ will be released on Friday 9th November, and this will be the first time Muse performs tracks from their new album in Spain.

Crystal Fighters comprises  frontman Sebastian Pringle; Gilbert Vierich, guitarist and percussionist; and Graham Dickson, guitarist. They describe their style as "fast, mesmeric and passionate."  MTV describes it as a "joyous explosion of beats, electronics and bass dazzlingly delivered onstage."  Audiences can look forward to a powerful live show incorporating dance music with acoustic guitars and traditional Basque instruments. 

For more information about ”MTV World Stage Bilbao,” visit mtvema.com.

 

 

New SVP At Nickelodeon

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NEW YORK Nickelodeon has announced Ron Hines as senior vice president, for creative development, global experience design. Lucy Reid       lucy@redcarpetmagazine.co.uk

 

Hines’s promotion will see him report to Anne Mullen, executive vice president, preschool brand creative and marketing. He will lead a team of designers and art directors who work with partners to develop, produce and implement Nickelodeon licensed theme parks, waterparks, resorts, cruises, live entertainment productions, exhibits and corporate events. 

With decades of design experience, Hines has helped bring to life Nickelodeon Universe in the Mall of America, as well as theme parks and waterparks in Europe, Asia and Australia.

Based in Orlando, FL, Hines will continue leading on two new Nickelodeon Universe projects currently under development at the American Dream Mall in New Jersey scheduled to open in 2019 and Mall of China in Chongqing scheduled to open in 2020. 

Hines comes from a global brand backgroud that includes Universal, Hard Rock and AT&T.

Jakuchū Exhibition - The Colourful Kingdom of Living Beings

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PARIS September sees a unique opportunity to explore the paintings of Itō Jakuchū which make their debut at the Petit Palais in a European first. Lucy Reid lucy@redcarpetmagazine.co.uk

 

The exhibition features a series of 30 hanging scrolls entitled Dōshoku sai-e: ‘The Colourful Kingdom of Living Beings’ painted by Jakuchū somewhere between 1757 and 1766.

This was the 18th century Edo era made famous by poets like Matsuo Bashō, the grand master of the haiku form. Jakuchū’s subtle brushwork and vivid colours also flourished during the rise of culture and art that flourished in the Edo period.

Exhibited for the first time in Europe, the exhibition was facilitated by loans from Japan’s imperial collection. The extreme fragility of the works means that they will be on show for only a month, as part of the season Japonismes 2018.

The Colourful Kingdom of Living Beings features pictures of animals and plants and the 30 scrolls portray an array from peacocks to trees in flower. Jakuchū’s silk painting technique uses paint on both sides of the fabric, the absence of outlining and the use of both mineral and natural pigments.

Itō Jakuchū’s work is a rich indicator of hours of attentive observation and a deep affection for his subject matter. Now, the Petit Palais is offering the public the opportunity to see the ensemble as he creator originally intended it.

This exhibition marks the 160th anniversary of diplomatic relations between France and Japan in 2018, on the theme of Japonismes 2018.

 

At The Petit Palais 

15 September – 14 October 2018

Tuesday - Sunday, 10 am - 6 pm

Open late: Friday until 9 pm Saturday and Sunday 8pm

 

See more at www.petitpalais.paris.fr/en

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