It’s been 26 years since a Pee-wee Herman was last seen in theaters, but that’s about to change. During an appearance on last night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, actor Paul Reubens announced that a new Pee-wee Herman film is officially in the works. It’s being produced by Judd Apatow, and filming will begin next February.
Chris Brown is shelling out some hard-earned cash to put the past behind him.
A year after Breezy was arrested for punching a photographer outside of a Washington D.C. hotel, TMZ reports that the case has finally been settled. With the help of his lawyer Mark Geragos, Chris struck a plea deal and pleaded guilty to simple assault — avoiding prison, probation and any fines — and paid $ 100,000.
In addition, the lawsuit Frank Ocean’s cousin filed in December 2013 — resulting from a brawl between Chris’ and Frank’s entourages outside a record studio in January 2013 — has also been settled. And this one was for a steal of just under $ 20,000.
With these two legal issues out of the way, the ‘X’ creator is clearly taking steps toward progress. However, he still has to deal with the probation violation and perform community service for his 2009 assault on Rihanna.
The group’s 2013 single ‘Move’ beat Charli XCX’s ‘Boom Clap’ in the final round of the competition, in which the winner is awarded a £20 note.
Trainor’s ‘All About That Bass’ is at number 2 in the midweek chart update and 10,000 copies behind Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’, which climbs a place to number one.
Nick Oliveri has been hammering out bass lines since he was a teenager in the late ’80s. He started out with the bands Kyuss and the Dwarves, but he is perhaps most recognized for his stint with Josh Homme’s post-Kyuss band Queens of the Stone Age, where he contributed songwriting, bass, and vocals on numerous songs like “You Think I Ain’t Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire” from 2002’s Songs for the Deaf. After a bitter split from Homme and the Queens camp in 2004, Oliveri focused on his own band Mondo Generator as well as solo, acoustic material.
Warning: If you’re moonlighting as a haunted house actor this Halloween and you see Ne-Yo enter the house of horrors you work at avoid him at all costs. Though the R&B star’s a lover and not a fighter when his fight or flight instincts kick in it’s usually the latter reaction that happens and that means it’s clobberin’ time.
Just in time for the spooky holiday Ne-Yo recounts the funny story of how a ghoulish actor’s trick was met with a treat in the form of an unintentional knuckle sandwich. Watch the clip above and remember our warning this Halloween.
The 3CD collection will include songs which are regularly performed or heard on the ITV talent show from past and present.
Among the 60 tracks are those covered by contestants, performed by musical guests or heard during the audition stages.
One Direction, Ella Henderson, Olly Murs and Rebecca Ferguson are among the former X Factor acts to be included on the album, alongside artists such as Beyoncé, Adele, Take That, Michael Bublé and Robbie Williams.
The album will be released on CD and as a digital download from November 24.