Paramount Insurge launches On Demand campaign for The Loved Ones Paramount will be releasing Australian horror film The Loved Ones in the US in June through its microbudget ... Insurge has collaborated with collective action web platform Tugg which enables moviegoers to choose the films played at their local theatre ... 12/2/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Paramount, Tugg set ‘Loved Ones’ screenings Events will take place in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Austin and Houston, Texas, beginning June 1. Hosting exhibitors include the Alamo Drafthouse, AMC, IFC Center and New Beverly Cinema. Tugg allows users to choose the films that ... 05/7/2012 - 9:16 am | View Link
PARAMOUNT INSURGE LETS FANS BOOK A DATE WITH “THE LOVED ONES” IN LOCAL THEATERS Genre Fans Can Be The First to Bring This Much-Buzzed About Film To Their City Through Tugg “Those who have seen and heard about The Loved Ones have been clamoring for its theatrical release,” said Amy Powell, President, Insurge Pictures. 05/2/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Commune with the Paramount picture Those who do will be given notice when they can begin to set their June screenings. “The Loved Ones is the kind of film that shocks, horrifies and entertains in a way that’s best experienced in a crowded theater,” say Tugg co-founders Nicolas Gonda ... 03/24/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
PARAMOUNT INSURGE LETS FANS BOOK A DATE WITH “THE LOVED ONES” At the SXSW 2012 Film Festival today, Paramount’s Insurge Pictures announced it will release The Loved Ones in theaters ... notice when they can begin to set their June screenings. Chosen by popular demand to be part of Tugg’s “Encore Screening ... 03/9/2012 - 5:23 am | View Link
Justin Bieber's bodyguard is being accused of throwing a fan's father down the stairs of an Australian hotel yesterday but TMZ has learned the whole story is BS. A rep for the Western Australia Police tells TMZ they are not aware of any incident…
Fans review the most egregious snubs for the 2014 Grammy nominees. By Brenna Ehrlich
One Direction in their "Best Song Ever" video
Photo: Sony Music
The 2014 Grammy nominations were revealed Friday (December 6), and with the myriad ecstatic reactions — see Ed Sheeran — there also came wails of misery. Yup, some notable musicians were left off the list this year, and fans are calling the Grammys out for being naughty instead of nice.
One Direction fans were perhaps the most vocal about about the boys' absence from the list, especially following the massive success of their newly released LP, Midnight Memories.
"My Grammy nights are so blurry to me You get like snapshots" the rapper TI said backstage at last night’s Grammy Nominations Concert in Los Angeles struggling to recall any details from his three statuette wins over the years Minutes earlier the Atlanta rapper had been onstage at the Nokia Theatre