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Joe Scarborough Tells Us He’d Trade His TV Career for Music: ‘Hell Yes!’ (Exclusive)

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Joe Scarborough Tells Us He’d Trade His TV Career for Music: ‘Hell Yes!’ (Exclusive)
MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” namesake Joe Scarborough packed New York City’s The Cutting Room on Thursday night for the release party for his new album, “Welcome to the Monkey House.” However, he told TheWrap, it wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for encouragement from his co-host and fiancée Mika Brzezinski. Despite being a lawyer, having served in the Unites States House of Representatives and currently hosting “Morning Joe,” Scarborough said he would easily give up his political and television career to go back in time and focus on music. “The answer to that would be yes, yes and hell yes,
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Spike Lee Apologizes for Re-Tweeting Wrong Address for Alleged Killer of Trayvon Martin

Spike Lee Apologizes for Re-Tweeting Wrong Address for Alleged Killer of Trayvon Martin
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On Wednesday evening, Spike Lee issued an apology on Twitter to the elderly couple that reportedly was harassed by the public after the director mistakenly re-tweeted the wrong address for George Zimmerman, the man who allegedly shot and killed unarmed African-American teenager Trayvon Martin. (Zimmerman has not been charged with any crime.) Lee wrote, “I deeply apologize to the McClain Family for retweeting their address. It was a mistake. Please leave the McClain’s in peace. Justice in Court.
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Dandy Warhols to release hits album with unreleased track Capitol/Emi will be releasing a new Dandy Warhols collection album on August 24th that will feature hit singles and album tracks from over the years. The album entitled, “The Capitol Years: 1995-2007″ is the first compilation release by the band and is comprised of songs from the band’s four Capitol releases (The Dandy Warhols Come Down (1997), Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia (2000), Welcome To The Monkey House (2003), and Odditorium or Warlords of Mars (2005)). In addition, the new album will feature an unreleased track entitled “This Is The Tide,” which is exclusive to this album.

The band will be on tour this summer at various music festivals across Europe and then will start a North American tour in the fall.

Below is the full track list:

1. Boys Better

2. Every Day Should Be A Holiday

3. Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth

4. Good Morning

5. Godless

6. Get
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James McTeigue Talks ‘The Raven’ & Other Projects

Since 2005’s V for Vendetta, director James McTeigue has emerged as one of Hollywood’s most in-demand directors. Besides recently completing filming on his amazing looking martial arts film Ninja Assassin, McTeigue has long been tied to rumors about the upcoming Superman reboot and was even in consideration for the Conan remake (before eventually losing out to Marcus Nispel). Recently, Peter Sciretta from /Film had the chance to sit down with McTeigue to talk about some of his future projects.

According to /Film’s interview, McTeigue’s next project will be The Raven, a suspense tale based partly on Edgar Allan Poe’s famous poem of the same name. Described by McTeigue as “The Raven crossed with Se7en,” the film is a fictionalized account of Edgar Allan Poe’s last days alive. Apparently, we’ll get to see Poe hunting a serial killer who is inspired by his stories.
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