Here is the world premiere of Beyonces brand new video for Best Thing I Never Had, the official second single from her chart topping album, 4. In the stunning visual B shows off her outer beauty in a very sexy piece of lingerie, as she coos to an ex-suitor the now famous chorus. As she gets ready to walk down the aisle with her true love (an actor, not Hov).
The robots’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through this Independence Day weekend that the Transformers franchise still had muscle to spare. Transformers: Dark of the Moon, third in Michael Bay’s HASBRO-Spielberg series of epic-length, fortissimo toy commercials, earned $97.4 million during the standard three-day weekend, and $116.4 million for the four-day holiday frame, according to early studio estimates. In its first six-and-a-half days, from Tuesday-night screenings through July 4th, the 3-Destructo-fest will have earned about $181 million in North America. Those mighty numbers left all competitors in the rubble, including Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts, whose recession-era romantic comedy Larry Crowne took in just $15.7 million from Friday to Monday, or about a seventh of the Transformers haul.
Optimus Prime and his bot pals hit a goal that most blockbusters aim for: attracting customers who are young (55% of the audience was under 25) and male (62%) and willing to pay extra for the bells, whistles and tinted glasses.
Lady Antebellum singer Hillary Scott has become engaged to session drummer Chris Tyrrell.
The couple met while touring with Tim McGraw last year.
Tyrrell, who has toured with Lady Antebellum, Love and Theft and Josh Kelley – the brother of Scott’s bandmate Charles, is currently on tour with Edens Edge’s on Brad Paisley’s summer tour.
The musician proposed during a lakeside party in Tennessee during the Independence Day weekend, according to People.com.
Scott tells the website, “We had just been on a hike and – in our workout clothes – he hit the knee! We feel so blessed by God that He sent us each other, and we are looking so forward to forever together!”
Captain America will keep its patriotic full title in most of the world when the superhero adventure hits the big-screen.
Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios gave distributors around the world the option of shortening the title of “Captain America: The First Avenger” to simply “The First Avenger,” out of concern about anti-American sentiment.
But the only countries that took them up on it were Russia, Ukraine and South Korea.
In other territories, the movie will go out with the full title, a sign that the brand value of the Marvel Comics hero trumps any potential anti-U.S. feelings in some parts of the world.
Movie titles often are changed in foreign countries for cultural reasons or because the original names don’t translate well. In French-speaking countries, “The Hangover” and its sequel were titled “Very Bad Trip.”
Starring Chris Evans as the patriotic super-soldier, “Captain America” opens in U.S.