From Peru to Las Vegas!
From Peru to Las Vegas!
WOODZ has announced his 2023 ‘OO-LI’ world tour.The K-pop musician is set to kick off his tour with a two-night concert in Seoul, South Korea on May 20 and 21. WOODZ will then start the Asian leg of his world tour, which will feature 7 shows in Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan and more over the next month.At the start of July, the singer will wrap up the Asia leg with two shows in Thailand’s capital of Bangkok, before headed to Mexico on July 6.
EXCLUSIVE: Greek production and sales house Heretic has upped its long-time head of sales and acquisitions exec Ioanna Stais to partner.
At least 15 people are now known to have died after a strong earthquake shook southern Ecuador and northern Peru, trapping others under rubble and sending rescue teams out into streets littered with debris and fallen power lines.
Ed Meza @edmezavar This year’s Malaga Festival and its industry section’s Latin American Focus are celebrating Peruvian cinema and talent. A number of Peruvian films are screening in the festival and industry section, including “El Caso Monroy,” by Josué Mendez, and Leonardo Barbuy’s debut feature “Diógenes,” which unspool in the fest’s main section and Zonazine sidebar. As a meeting point for producers and directors from Latin American and investors from Spain and the rest of Europe, the Malaga Festival Industry Zone (MAFIZ) serves as a key hub that promotes the co-production of Latin American projects aimed at the international market.
Sofia Kourtesis has shared a new single – listen to the openhearted and upbeat ‘Madres’ below.The track marks the Peruvian artist’s first new music of 2023, following the release of her Manu Chao collaboration ‘Estación Esperanza’ in January last year.“This song is about my mother, her mother, my sisters who are mothers, my brothers who are mothers, and all the LGBTQIA+ members who are mothers to their communities,” says Kourtesis. “Madres has no gender.
When was the last time you read a feel-good story about standom? Dedicated appreciation of a pop musician can take forms that feel anti-art, especially when they disseminate online. Whether it’s Twitter accounts battling over Billboard rankings on Chart Data tweets, the harassment of journalists over negative reviews, or the morphing of a musician’s career into a personal crusade, it’s impossible to look at the most visible elements of standom and not feel a little concerned. It also just doesn’t seem very fun.
Rosalía‘s live show in Peru after the country was left off her ‘Motomami’ tour.Ioanis Patsias put on his own tribute show dedicated to the Spanish singer last Friday (March 3) which sold out with over 3,500 people in attendance at an amphitheatre in Lima’s Parque de la Exposición.Patsias, known as iOA on YouTube, meticulously recreated Rosalía’s live show with eight dancers including costume changes, the dance numbers, the lighting, stage design and even the show’s scooters, according to The Guardian.iOA and his “motopapis” also lip-synced and performed the Spanish singer’s setlist which included ‘Con Altura’, ‘Motomami’ and ‘La Combi Versace’.
Thania Garcia It’s always a bummer when an in-demand artist skips your city while on tour. Such was the case for Peru, who missed out on Rosalía’s highly acclaimed “Motomami” trek that hit 15 countries throughout the latter half of last year. However, the city of Lima decided to take the matter into its own hands, putting together its own variation of the pop spectacle for a roaring crowd of eager concert-goers. The ringleader behind the tribute is Peruvian YouTuber iOA, who in an Instagram post, shared the show was to be filmed for his channel and had taken four months of rehearsals to put together. Dubbed the “El Miji Show,” the concert replicated much of the tour’s elaborate production including costume changes, lighting, stage design and choreography. On stage, iOA and his “Motopapis” lip-synced and performed the Spanish singer’s setlist which included “Saoko,” “Motomami,” and “La Combi Versace,” among others.
Travis Barker is having surgery on his injured finger today (March 1) before heading out on tour with Blink-182 next week.Barker injured himself last month while rehearsing for the upcoming tour, dislocating it and tearing the ligaments while playing the drums. He then said he had hurt it again a couple of weeks later.Yesterday (February 28), he shared a video to Instagram in which someone put his finger back in place, alongside a photo of him with his injured finger in a brace with the caption ‘Surgery tomorrow’.A post shared by travisbarker (@travisbarker)The surgery should mean that the band’s upcoming tour, their first with Tom DeLonge since he rejoined the band in October after seven years away, will be able to proceed.
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Travis Barker has injured his finger again ahead of Blink-182‘s reunion tour and shared a grim photo of the damage.The pop-punk heroes are set to kick off their reunion tour with Tom DeLonge in Latin America in early March, with the tour running through until 2024.Earlier this month, Barker damaged his finger in tour rehearsals, putting the first dates of the tour in doubt. He told fans: “I was playing the drums at rehearsals yesterday and I smashed my finger so hard I dislocated it and tore the ligaments.”Now, he’s shared a photo of an injured finger on his Instagram Stories with the caption: “Again.”Blink-182’s world tour begins on March 11 in Tijuana, Mexico, and news of Barker’s injury follows DeLonge saying that Blink-182‘s forthcoming album is “the best we’ve ever made”The co-vocalist and guitarist, rejoined the pop-punk band after seven years in October 2022.Any remaining tickets to Blink-182’s forthcoming world tour dates in the UK are available here and North American dates here.
Mike McCahill Guest Contributor Why complicate matters? “The Swarm” – which premiered its first three episodes at the Berlinale Series – is one of those expensive pan-global coproductions necessitating copious logistics, not least a carefully observed quota of performers from each territory pumping money into the production pot. Its opener generates a not inconsiderable carbon footprint, whisking us from Peru to Canada and thence the Scottish Highlands. The series title, meanwhile, invites confusion with not just 1978’s infamous Michael Caine venture – a disaster movie in all senses – but Donald Glover and Janine Nabers’ Prime Video-bound “Swarm”, itself launching next month.
EXCLUSIVE: Fabian Forte’s Argenitian horror Legions (aka Legiones) has found buyers at the EFM.
Universal/DreamWorks Animation’s Puss in Boots: The Last Wish had a happy Valentine’s Day, swashbuckling to a new global milestone. The spinoff sequel crossed $400M with Tuesday’s numbers bringing the worldwide kitty to $401.5M. The split is $160.1M domestic and $241.4M at the international box office.
Anthony Ramos is ready to dive into the universe, even if he had to encounter some deadly animals along the way. ET's Kevin Frazier spoke to Ramos ahead of Super Bowl LVII Sunday, where he shared what it was like to film Transformers: Rise of the Beasts in Peru.«Going to Machu Picchu, we were at Cuzco and we went to the Amazon right on the outskirts of the jungle. It was crazy,» Ramos shared. «It was wild.
EXCLUSIVE: Documentary The Blind Couple From Mali, devoted to renowned West African musical duo Amadou & Mariam, has begun principal photography.
Netflix is rolling out paid password sharing in Canada, New Zealand, Portugal and Spain as the company looks to reap revenue from a practice it long encouraged customers to engage in at no charge.
WWE Chief Content Officer Paul Levesque touched on the success of the company’s original programming during Thursday’s Q4 investors call, including the recently debuted local-language series Contra Las Cuerdas.
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and romantically involved sometimes — as their relationship comes to a head. Turner’s family comes to see him for the first time, reminding him of what good there is left behind in the world for him.
The stars of the Amazon Studios documentary Wildcat are a man, a woman and an orphaned baby jungle cat they live with in a rainforest in Peru. The subject of this first feature from a filmmaking couple based in Virginia is something more: how to survive psychological damage and suicidal depression to find peace and a place in the world.
France’s Les Arcs Film Festival has unveiled the 15 European feature film projects that will be presented in its Works in Progress showcase as part of its industry program, running December 1-10.
The owner of an equine training centre in Highland Perthshire – who spent 20 years leading mountain expeditions across the world – says her enterprise is starting to kick on after she bought the land for her business just days before the first Covid pandemic lockdown.
IDFA is going wild for Wildcat.
Paloma Mami has been at the forefront of Latino urbano for many years! She’s consistently amazing!
Camilla, Queen Consort is pictured surrounded by teddies in a new image released to mark the donation of more than 1,000 toy bears to the Barnardo’s children’s charity.The bears – made up of Paddingtons and other teddies – had been left by members of the public outside Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle in the wake of the Queen’s death last month.The toys have been collected, professionally cleaned and will be delivered to Barnardo’s children’s services in the coming weeks, Buckingham Palace said. In a photograph to mark the occasion, Camilla is seen smiling broadly while sitting on a low sofa in the Morning Room at Clarence House wearing a navy blue dress with white stitching, clutching a Paddington bear on her lap and surrounded by other teddies.
The original members of blink-182 – Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker – will reunite for the first time in 10 years for a worldwide tour that will run from March 2023 through February 2024.
Blink-182 have reunited with Tom DeLonge for a huge world tour, and are due to release a new single this week.The song ‘Edging’ is set to arrive on Friday (October 14), and it marked the first time in a decade that DeLonge, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker had been in a studio together (pre-save/pre-add it here).A new full-length studio album is also in the works, details of which are yet to be revealed.Additionally, the trio have announced their biggest tour to date, with concerts confirmed in the UK, Europe, North America Australia and New Zealand as well as their first-ever shows in Latin America.The mammoth stint will kick off next March and conclude in February 2024. For the UK leg, Blink-182 will visit Glasgow, London, Birmingham and Manchester in September and October 2023.Tickets go on sale at 10am local time next Monday (October 17).
Jordan Moreau Tom DeLonge, Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus are reuniting as Blink-182 for the first time since 2015 for a new international tour. The band is also dropping a new song on Friday, titled “Edging,” which marks the first time the trio has been in the studio together in a decade. The international tour will include Turnstile in North America, Rise Against in Australia, The Story So Far in United Kingdom and Europe and Wallows in Latin America. Tickets for Blink-182’s tour go on sale at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 17 at blink182.com. LATIN AMERICA
Blink-182 fans are convinced the band are set to announce something in the very near future after they wiped their official Instagram page.The official Blink-182 website is currently down, displaying a message saying that it’s “under construction” and to “check back soon” while the band’s Instagram page is completely blank.It comes as the band’s official Twitter account has liked a series of tweets from 2013, talking about Blink-182 in 2023 while across their social media profiles, all the bios have been changed to read “Crappy Punk Rock since 1992”.A new logo has also been seen on an electronic billboard in Peru and and one fan has spotted a series of posters in Manhattan advertising something called “182 Industries” that promises “your future is cumming…in the blink of an eye”. The posters also link to the website onehundredeightytwo.com which redirects to Blink-182’s official site.If this ain’t saying something idk what else to tell you.
Gisele Bündchen is seemingly doing everything she can to keep her energy positive amid reports she hired a divorce lawyer. The model and her football-loving husband, Tom Brady, have been making headlines for the last month with reports that a huge fight started a downward spiral in their relationship.News broke on October 4th that both Brady and Bündchen hired divorce lawyers.
Paramore have announced a South American headline tour for 2023 – see all the dates below.The Hayley Williams-fronted trio detailed their long-awaited sixth album ‘This Is Why’ last month and released its title track. Last weekend, the band hit the road in North America for a run of theatre shows.Williams and co. have now confirmed that they’ll be heading to South America next March.
Kate Garraway was left stunned she discovered she has a link to the iconic character that is Paddington Bear. The Good Morning Britain presenter has teamed up with Alison Hammond for ITV series DNA Journey as they both discover details about their families they never knew.
Kate Garraway has discovered she is a relative of the creator of Paddington Bear, Michael Bond.The Good Morning Britain presenter, 55, was introduced to Karen Jankel, the daughter of the late author, as part of the ITV series DNA Journey. In scenes that air tonight, Kate will learn she has the same three times great-grandparent as Karen, before the pair share an emotional embrace after meeting close to the London train station that bears the character’s name.The enduring children’s book character famously arrived in London from the deepest, darkest jungles of Peru and first appeared in print in 1958 in the book A Bear Called Paddington.
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