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Willow announces special orchestral show in Los Angeles

Willow has announced a special orchestral show in Los Angeles, California. You can find all the details below.The singer, who released her sixth album ‘Empathogen’ last month, will take to the stage at The Ford for a one-off performance on Friday October 25.She’ll be joined by conductor Derrick Hodge and the Color Of Noize Orchestra “to reimagine hits like ‘Whip My Hair’, ‘Wait A Minute!’, ‘Meet Me At Our Spot’ and more”, according to the venue’s official website.The artist will also showcase the “meditative mix of jazz, classical, and indigenous tribal music” from her latest studio record.Tickets go on general sale at 10am local time next Friday (June 28) – you’ll be able to buy yours here.
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Will Smith smashes box office with ‘Bad Boys: Ride Or Die’ comeback
Will Smith’s latest movie Bad Boys: Ride Or Die has been a box office success in its opening weekend.The fourth instalment in the buddy cop action franchise Bad Boys, and sequel to 2020’s Bad Boys For Life, arrived in US theatres on June 6.Reuniting Smith and Martin Lawrence, and marking Smith’s second return to the silver screen following the infamous Oscars slap incident in 2022, the film was positively received.Alongside generally favourable reviews, the film amassed $56million at the domestic box office, and $104.6million globally. However, in a two-star review, NME criticised the film’s subplots, writing: “As the film’s title hints, Marcus also has a bizarre thing where he believes he can’t die … Needless to say, this irritating idea resurfaces time and again, to diminishing returns.”Compared with other major releases this summer, the film, which also stars Eric Dane and Vanessa Hudgens, was a close second to Kingdom Of The Planet Of The Apes in its domestic launch, which garnered an impressive $58million.Ride Or Die, which had a budget of $100million also had a successful opening weekend globally, collecting $19.3million in Europe, and reportedly setting franchise records in the Middle East and Latin America, according to The Hollywood Reporter.The first film in the Bad Boys franchise was released in 1995, and featured Lawrence and Smith as Miami narcotics detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett.
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Will Smith thinks this is the best movie he’s ever made
Will Smith has named his choices for the best films he has ever made, picking movies from across his career.The actor was appearing on the YouTube show Hot Ones when he was asked by host Sean Evans to choose the four performances that most define his career.In between struggling with increasingly potent hot sauces – a struggle not helped by him rubbing pepper into his eyes late in the episode – he named his career favourites. Watch the video below:“I think the individual best movie that I’ve ever made is The Pursuit of Happyness,” he said, referring to the 2006 drama in which he starred alongside his son Jaden.“Right behind that is the first Men In Black – direction, cinematography and music.”He went on to mention Bad Boys and Aladdin as being “among the most fun” he has ever had.“But in terms of all-around best movies, best performances, if I had to put four of them in a time capsule, it would be: The Pursuit of Happyness, the first Men In Black, I Am Legend and probably King Richard.” Smith is currently starring in Bad Boys: Ride Or Die, the fourth instalment in the buddy cop film series in which he stars alongside Martin Lawrence.The film, which also stars Vanessa Hudgens, Tiffany Haddish, DJ Khaled and Joe Pantoliano, is directed by Belgian duo Adil & Bilall, who also oversaw the previous entry, 2020’s Bad Boys For Life.
Willard Carroll Smith Jr. (born September 25, 1968) is an American actor and rapper. In April 2007, Newsweek called him "the most powerful actor in Hollywood". Smith has been nominated for five Golden Globe Awards and two Academy Awards, and has won four Grammy Awards.
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