Seattle rapper Macklemore is finally following up his mythologically giant hit and video "Thrift Shop" with the next single from the gold-selling album "The Heist." Debuted this morning at 9am on the West Coast, the video for "Can't Hold Us" had 300 views within the first 45 seconds.
Here is it! What do you think?
Just hours after two bomb blasts provided a deadly conclusion to the Boston Marathon, principals from "Star Trek Into Darkness" were doing their jobs: putting on happy faces and plugging their big-budget film on the opening night of the annual movie-theater convention, CinemaCon.
Concerts at Marymoor Park's 5000-capacity outdoor venue are a beloved King County tradition, bringing some of the biggest acts in music both past and present to the Northwest -- and this year is no exception. This morning, Marymoor and concert promoter AEG announced the first wave of acts, including names like the Lumineers and Willie Nelson.
Yahoo! TV has finally ended the debate over which television theme song is the one to rule them all. In a March Madness-style bracketing system, the site seeded some of the most beloved themes (everything from the Happy Days song to Phantom Planet's "California,") and pitted them against each other. The winner? Oh, just the little tale of a three-hour tour gone sour.
Molly Ringwald will be showcasing her talents, and promoting her new CD in Seattle, Monday night.
Known for her acting in the '80s, Ringwald says singing is actually her first love. The CD even has her rendition of The Breakfast Club classic, "Don't You (Forget About Me).
42(B-) Swinging the fences, this Jackie Robinson flick only ends up hitting a double. Find out why it's still worth seeing with the full review.
Also opening this week:
Eleven words and one number that’ll keep you from entering certain theaters this weekend, SCARY MOVIE 5 with Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan also opens today.
Available Tuesday on DVD/Bluray:
Quentin Tarantino’s DJANGO UNCHAINED is a violently brutal and brutally funny western and my #5 favorite film of 2012. A must see!
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Just hours after announcing that "Avengers" director and cult favorite Joss Whedon would personally attend Seattle International Film Festival's (SIFF) annual Opening Night Gala, the festival announced that the show had already sold out.
Someone at your office will send you this today, so you may as well send it to them first. It's exactly what it sounds like -- a mashup of Seattle rapper Macklemore's video for the chart-topping "Thrift Shop" and some of the most quotable moments from "Anchorman." And yet...somehow, it works.
Huh. So, Nordstrom is gearing up for wedding season, which means they need to remind everyone that they sell wedding gowns, bridesmaid's dresses, suits, and other critical pieces of apparel. And what better way to do that than with...Macklemore, who is most well-known for his rhyming about the value of shopping in second-hand stores?
Here's some exciting news for Beatles fans: Sir Paul McCartney has added a Seattle stop to his summer tour.
Seattle rapper (and Nordstrom commercial star) Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis are on track to have another huge year -- between achieving a gold record for their album "The Heist" and selling out huge concerts in major cities, the local musicians are cropping up everywhere. And, according to a KPLU report this morning, "everywhere" includes the MTV Movie Awards.
The 39th Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) begins May 16 with a star-studded opening night gala that's delighting fans of cult TV shows like "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Firefly" as well as last year's blockbuster "The Avengers."
Kurt Cobain died at his Seattle home 19 years ago today, so we thought it would be a good time to rewatch one of Nirvana's most powerful performances.
Where were you when you heard he'd died? Share your Nirvana and Kurt stories in the comments.
Fans of the short-lived Fox sitcom "Arrested Development" awoke to a pleasant surprise this morning: A premiere date for 15 new episodes, to be aired exclusively on Netflix. The announcement was made via Facebook. Mark your calendar.
Pop superstar Rihanna played a packed house at Seattle's Key Arena last night -- but the show didn't exactly go off without a hitch.