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Amazing lineup for Hollywood Bowl’s ‘We Can Survive’ benefit concert

The Hollywood Bowl during "We Can Survive" concert.

The energy was definitely contagious inside the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Thousands of fans came in support of the second annual “We Can Survive” concert. This years line up had amazing performances by Sia, Paramore, Iggy Azalea, Lady Antebellum, Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, and last but not least Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani. The one night only concert ... Read More »

Marvel has “Vision” with Avengers Sequel

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Twenty six million viewers and counting! According to Marvel’s official YouTube channel that’s how many people have watched the trailer for “Avengers: Age of Ultron” since it was “leaked” Wednesday. Marvel’s twitter account blamed “Hydra,” a fictional terrorist organization that exists in Marvel’s movies, for the trailer being released early.   In reality the trailer somehow got leaked a week early. ... Read More »

‘On Any Sunday’ director follows in father’s footsteps with ‘The Next Chapter’

The red carpet premiere of "On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter" (Kacy Hintz)

Dozens of motorcycles roared down Hollywood Boulevard Wednesday night as enthusiasts gathered to watch director Dana Brown take a victory lap as his motorcycle film “On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter” had its premiere at the Dolby Theatre. It’s been more than 40 years since his father, Bruce, released the original “On Any Sunday,” a passionate documentary that ultimately changed ... Read More »

The Smoking BB Gun

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They are knights in shining armor, the creative spin doctor of a scandal, their jobs are high stress and long hours, they are celebrity publicists. Brian Bumbery, founder of BB Gun Press, is one of the brave souls that navigates the complex world of PR. Early in his career Bumbery was going back and forth from having his own PR ... Read More »

The Janoskians turn up the pranks

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Australian pranksters The Janoskians perform in Riverside and Los Angeles Before The Janoskians became famous, the comedy group was just a bunch of guys pulling pranks on camera and uploading them to YouTube. While The Janoskians became an online sensation with homemade viral videos, the group has now entered the music world (think Johnny Knoxville meets One Direction) and will ... Read More »

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ shatters stereotypes

The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" cast. Photo courtesy of the B99 Facebook page.

Diverse representation in media has become a hot topic in the last handful of years, bringing to light the importance of portraying the different people in the world on-screen. FOX’s hit show “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” focuses on the 99th police district in New York and the quirky individuals who attempt to serve and protect the city. Compared to other shows, “B99” ... Read More »

Talking press with publicist Brian Bumbery

Ali and Bumberry. Photo by Izzy Gut.

The rumor that Hollywood is full of cutthroat people has some truth to it, but publicist Brian Bumbery doesn’t fit that bill. His charisma and positivity immediately floods any room he walks into, though it’s not an invitation to take advantage of him. After spending time over the years at various other companies in the industry, Bumbery created his own PR agency ... Read More »

Ethnic diversity within ‘American Horror Story: Coven’

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There has been a lot of conversation and debate about the lack diversity, specifically African-American, in mainstream television. “American Horror Story: Coven” switched things up last season when it comes to race and diversity and looked into a script that is Voodoo inspired and took viewers back to slavery in Louisiana the 1800s. However, TV and Entertainment reporter for the ... Read More »