With Big Plans 3LW, which stands for 3 Little Women, is comprised of 14-year-old
Keily (a.k.a. Keylay Keylay), 16-year-old Naturi, and 17-year-old Adrienne. Like
countless number of other girl groups, these lil women also represent the
merging of pop, R&B, and hip-hop music that seems to dominate the airwaves and
the charts in the new millennium. Things seem to be going their way, and if
their kickoff single, No More (Baby Ima Do Right), which is burning up the
charts and the airwaves, is any indication, these girls are well on their way to
being the next big thing.
At The Movies...
Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) is being stalked by one of his victims, Mason
Verger, and Clarice ends up trying to protect him. There's more to it than that,
but to give away more would be to give away too much. If you really want to know
the rest, read the book. Realizing that Anthony Hopkins loved the script so much
that he signed on to the project means we are in store for some good
entertainment. A note to fans of the book: Prepare for slightly less sicko stuff
and a surprise ending. Chilling entertainment.
Elvis: That's the Way It Is,
This rockumentry features a newly remastered and remixed version, available for
the first time ever in stereo. The special edition includes close-ups of
Presley's famous footwork and guitar work, cut-aways of the band,
never-before-seen footage including 10 musical numbers, and Elvis' off-stage
antics. As John Lennon simply put it once, ``Before Elvis, there was nothing.''
Twenty-three years after his death, the King continues to move audiences with
his legendary music.
The sequel to the monster hit Scary Movie is moving closer to production,
well ahead of its scheduled July 4 release.
With principal photography on Harry Potter the film halfway completed,
scribe Steve Kloves is already working on a script for the sequel.
In a first for horror master Stephen King, the best-selling author has
adapted someone else's work for the big screen. King put his hand to Patrick
McGrath's novel "Asylum" for Paramount Pictures.
The official Star Wars website has posted some glimpses of the amazing
facial work that will be a
part of the Episode II licensed figures next year. Check it out at
Writer Chris Claremont's X-Treme X-Men will indeed be the third core book
in Marvel's X-Men line, according to writer himself.
Bob Dylan will cover Dean Martin's "Return to Me" for an upcoming Sopranos episode, complete with accordion and Italian verses.
The California power crisis is spurring action film hero Arnold
Schwarzenegger to contemplate running against Calif. Gov. Gray Davis.
Buena Vista will at last be releasing the dubbed version of the popular Hayao
Miyazaki film Princess Mononoke to the general public on VHS.
The peacock network is close to giving the go-ahead for Spy Girl, a
"romantic mystery drama" pilot about an Ivy League grad who joins a private
THE GAME HAS
NEW THEME SONG
Motφrhead will provide the theme song for wrestler Triple H on the
fifth installement of the WWF the Music series on a track called "The Game." The
album will be released February 20th.
Cheap Trick are mastering their latest studio album, which is likely to
be released on their own label via their official website before hitting retail.
Marilyn Manson will head over to Japan for a series of dates on his Guns,
God And Government tour.
In addition to the Metallica action figures that are on the way,
McFarlane Toys will unveil toys made to the likeness of Kid Rock, Jerry
Garcia, Jim Morrison and AC/DC's Angus Young.
AC/DC have been certified for sales of 63 million records, making them
the fifth greatest-selling band of all time in the U.S., bested only by The
Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and The Eagles.
Metallica are rumored to have decided on Bob Rock as the producer of
their next studio album. Rock has worked with them on several albums, including
the infamous "Black" album, and should join the band in the studio this spring.