The stars of the movie like Margot Robbie and Jay Hernandez were in Miami for a block party and mural unveiling. Will Smith talks another ‘Bad Boys’ sequel and raps his famous song, an ode to the city.
Only-in-Miami choreographer Rosie Herrera has spent most of the past year in prestigious residencies and performances outside her home town. She tops it off with shows by her company at New York’s Joyce Theater next week.
Actual Florida man Craig Pittman’s new book, ‘Oh, Florida!’ offers up the state’s backstory, which is even crazier than you’d expect. Every page of the book features some hilarious or jaw-dropping tidbit guaranteed to make you say the author’s favorite phrase — “Oh, #Florida.”
Actress Mariel Hemingway has spent the last few years as a mental health advocate, talking about the suicides of her grandfather Ernest and sister Margaux, her famous family’s addictions to alcohol and drugs and discussing her own journey of recovery.
Seventeen African orphans performed at Miami International Airport on Friday as part of a North American tour to raise awareness for their group home, the Amitofo Care Center, founded by a Buddhist monk.
Lollapalooza, one of the biggest music festivals in America and on the cusp of its 25th anniversary, wasn't meant to last beyond its first year in 1991. And now that it has, its co-founder, Jane's Addiction's Perry Farrell, says it may finally be time for him to move on.
Ratings by the Motion Picture Association of America are: (G) for general audiences; (PG) parental guidance urged because of material possibly unsuitable for children; (PG-13) parents are strongly cautioned to give guidance for attendance of children younger than 13; (R) restricted, younger than 17 admitted only with parent or adult guardian; (NC-17) no one 17 and younger admitted.
It's almost unfair to judge "Equals" as a movie - it feels more like a visual song. Despite genuine feeling and stunning images, there's just not much to the film. Its story is thin, and what little of it there is steals from a million different places ("1984," "The Giver," "Her," "Romeo and Juliet" - you name it). Nothing, not even a supposed twist late in the game, is surprising because we've seen it all before.
Singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach's main band, the Ohio-born duo Black Keys, are on a hiatus of indefinite duration. This freed him up to form the Arcs, a sprawling, nostalgic garage-soul band that dropped its debut album, "Yours, Dreamily," last September.