Kali Uchis shares “telepatía” video


The song appears on Sin Miedo del Amor y Otros Demonios. Back in November, Kali Uchis shared her album Sin Miedo del Amor y Otros Demonios ∞, a strong project that made avoiding the dreaded sophomore slump look easy. The projects commercial peak has arrived relatively recently thanks to the song “telepatía,” which has gone viral on TikTok and soared to No. 39 on the Billboard Hot 200. . Today, Uchis drops the long-awaited visual for the track, shot by the singer herself. The visuals are shot in Pereira, Colombia, where the singer was born. “The song happened so naturally and I wanted the video to reflect that,” Uchis said in a press statement. “Nothing overproduced, just the beautiful natural magic of the country I have had the honor of also calling home my entire life, Colombia. . In other Kali Uchis news, she won her first Grammy over the weekend. 10%, a song by Montreal producer KAYTRANDA featuring Uchis, picked up the award for Best Dance Recording.

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations’ chapter 56 review: Code rising

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After the tumultuous battle with Jigen and the series changing events of chapter 55, “Boruto. Naruto Next Generations” chapter 56 gives readers a bit of a breather while setting up the next big antagonist, Code. . . Spoilers for all of “Boruto. Naruto Next Generations” ahead. . . Chapter 56 takes place shortly after Naruto, Sasuke, Boruto and Kawaki return from the battle with Jigen. With both Natuto and Sasuke severely weakened, the leaders of Konohagakure must discuss the remaining threats to the village. With almost all of Kara defeated, only one core member remains. Code. Unfortunately for Boruto and friends, it appears Code is even more powerful than Jigen. Revering the Otsutsuki as gods, Code allowed himself to be limited by Jigen out of respect for his leader. With Jigen dead, however, there’s nothing left to hold Code back. . . Most of this chapter is dedicated to setting up Code. We jump back and forth between Kawaki and Amado as they detail Code’s past and insane power. This does a fantastic job of making Code feel like a force to be reckoned with, an adversary that will truly give Konoha a run for their money. . . Towards the end of the chapter, we even get to see Code in action. As Code approaches a secret base of former Kara member Boro, he dispatches two guards swiftly and brutally. This immediately shows audiences that Code isn’t all just talk; he is powerful, intimidating and is shaping up to be a fantastic villain. . . Code serves as more than just a new antagonist, however. he also might be the solution to Boruto’s karma problem. Kawaki suggests that Boruto make Code his vessel, effectively giving him a chance at survival even if Isshiki does take over Boruto’s body. . Though this has not been proven to even be possible yet, this could have a huge impact on Boruto as a character. Sure, Code might be a villain, but he’s still a person; would Boruto be able to kill him just to ensure his own survival? Would this be a morally sound choice? Only time will tell. . . One of the biggest changes holding longtime “Naruto” fans back from “Boruto. Naruto Next Generations” was its change in artist. Instead of being illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto, Mikio Ikemoto. Ikemoto’s style feels much rougher than Kishimoto’s, leading to many criticizing the series’ art. . . Chapter 56 is the first time in a while that it feels like Ikemoto is truly coming into his own as an artist. Each chapter looks better than the last, and some of the characters in chapter 56 look truly amazing. . . With the chapter wrapping up with Code finding Eida, a cyborg who, “knows everything in this world,” things might get intense sooner rather than later. Seeing as how Amado mentioned that he built a number of cyborgs stronger than Jigen, there is a chance that Code is going to round all of them up and form a new evil organization with him as the leader. . . Only time will tell, but after this stellar chapter of set up, it won’t take much for Kishimoto and Ikemoto to hit it out of the park in the future. .

The Grey’s Anatomy Spin-Off You Can Binge On Netflix


With 17 seasons under its belt, it goes without saying that Greys Anatomy is a household name in the television drama genre. The immense success and legacy of the series has allowed its creator, Shonda Rhimes, to write various spin-offs that are just as richly dramatic as the parent series. One of these series is Private Practice, which followed Dr. Addison Montgomery Kate Walsh, a character that debuted on the first season of Greys Anatomy and became a series regular in the second season. During her run on Greys Anatomy, Addison was Derek Shepherds Patrick Dempsey ex-wife who was a part of a love triangle scenario with Derek and the series main character, Meredith Grey Ellen Pompeo. The plotline eventually concluded during the third season, which also spelled the end for Addisons character on the show. But soon after, Walshs character would find herself at the center of her own show and drama. Fans of the series who enjoyed Addison or want to dive into another Shonda-verse series, Private Practice is sure to please. . While Greys Anatomy and Private Practice both have a hospital-esque setting and female protagonists in the medical field, there are a few slight differences. First off, Addison is a completely different character from Meredith. As someone who has been married and is more established in her career, she has more life experience. This is something that Rhimes wanted to lean into more when she created the spin-off. . During an interview with Marie Claire in 2007, Rhimes explained that she wanted to try something different with Addison and Private Practice. I discovered I had endless stories to write for her, Rhimes said. Greys is mainly about young people starting their careers. I realized Kate could anchor a show about people 10 years down the line — what happens if they didnt achieve their dreams, or if they did?. . With the freedom to explore these themes, Private Practice hones in more on the challenges that come later down the road in life. Considering that Meredith and the other interns in Greys Anatomy were still getting their feet wet, Private Practice makes for more of an interesting take on what happens down the road. With Addison as the appropriately aged character to touch on these issues, Private Practice serves up the same level of drama as Greys Anatomy, but with a nuanced sense of maturity. Although the series only lasted six seasons, it can be argued that the fact it had a conclusion which cant be said for Greys Anatomy, which is still ongoing also makes it a neatly wrapped up package. . For those who want to see all of the drama that Addison has to deal with in her new L. A. workplace, the entire series is available on Netflix. .

Ringo Starr talks new EP, ‘groovy’ vaccine and finding Beatles’ humor in Peter Jackson documentary

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If theres one thing Ringo Starr misses most about pre-pandemic life, its probably the hugs. Theres not a lot of hugging and Im a big hugger, but youve got to stop all that lately, says the legendary Beatles drummer, whose new solo EP, Zoom In, is out Friday. Starr recorded the five-track effort over Zoom with famous pals including Paul McCartney and Dave Grohl, who feature on the wistful Heres to the Nights. He also invited some musicians into his Los Angeles home studio, which was a lifesaver for me, to be able to hang out with another musician with a mask on, at least 10 feet or 6 feet away. The jovial Starr, 80, who just released new book Ringo Rocks. 30 Years of the All Starrs, recently caught up with USA TODAY for a wide-ranging chat over – what else? – Zoom. . Ringo Starr. Ive come to love Zooming. When you see the cover of the EP, its a big camera lens behind me. So theres zooming in in that way, and I think we are all zooming in a little emotionally. And in reality, were sort of in a box. I have a beautiful box here on Zoom, but Ive been in it a lot. Since last March, Ive left the house . . . six times? Youve got to help protect yourself if you can, but I was really pissed off. I had two tours I had to let go of, and Ive already canceled the May/June one this year because I dont think itll be safe. And thats it. Living in the now. . Howve you been spending time indoors? . . Starr. Ive been doing a lot of painting and doing tracks for this record. And dont tell anybody, but Im now in the middle of EP 2. Weve got some more songs were doing, and it just keeps me going. We have my art room, where I can just throw paint anywhere I like, and I go in the gym. So Im either watching the TV, making a record, painting or Im working out. . Well, you look great. Is it really just the broccoli, blueberries and vegetarian diet that keep you so young? . . Starr. Yeah, Im telling you. blueberries and broccoli. The two Bs, baby! I dont know if its good for everybody, but I set my palate on what I want. Every morning its berries, no matter what else is on the plate. Its always with berries. I have a protein drink during the day and a protein bar. I think protein is important. I mix it myself with salad and fruits and put it all in the spinner. . The Beatles Revolver album turns 55 later this year. Did you ask Paul McCartney to write you a song, or how did you wind up singing Yellow Submarine?. . Starr. No, theyd always say, Weve got a song for you. When they couldnt be bothered writing for me, I started by doing Carl Perkins Honey Dont, which the Beatles covered in 1964 or Boys by The Shirelles, recorded by the Beatles in 1963. Theyre records I love, so we did my versions. Then they started writing for me and ruined my whole career. I was a rock star and they made me a balladeer! Laughs. Do you have a favorite Beatles song you sang lead on? . . Starr. Well, With A Little Help from My Friends, that gave me a whole career, really. It was great because they were all joining in. . Dont Pass Me By is a personal favorite of mine. Starr. Yeah, but thats one I wrote. I thought I was writing a big blues number. It came out of the blue like Back Off Boogaloo. T. Rex frontman Marc Bolan came over for dinner one night and thats how he talked. Hey, back off! Ah, boogaloo! Then I go to bed at night and I can hear the chorus, Back off boogaloo. . . I ran downstairs trying to put it on tape but none of my machines worked, so I was stealing batteries from my childrens toys. And thats how that started. But I never know where theyre coming from. I cant sit there like, Im going to write now. I write a lot of lines down that I feel could be good songs later. . Peter Jacksons new documentary The Beatles. Get Back in theaters Aug. 27 is a recut of 1970 film Let It Be, about the making of the bands final album. Have you seen any of it yet? . . Starr. Yeah, Im always moaning that the Michael Lindsay-Hogg documentary was miserable and it was. It was based on a couple of seconds of what two guys McCartney and George Harrison went through. We had lots of those moments, but we had a lot of loving, too, and that was never shown. I remember lots of humor, lots of laughter. And we found 56 hours of unused film, so we gave Jackson that. And every time he came to LA, hed come over with his iPad and say, Look at this. And Id say, Yes! Theres laughter and theres joy, and footage of the band being the band. digging each other, fooling around. Thats how the sessions were. So I love Peter and I love what hes doing. Everyone will be amazed. Its beautiful and its joyful and we play live on the roof. That concert is seven or eight minutes long in the original film – its now 43 minutes. .

Addison Rae’s ‘He’s All That’ Rom-Com Heads to Netflix


The “She’s All That” reboot is skipping theaters and launching on Netflix in 2021. The video streaming service released a first look photo from the upcoming rom-com to share the news with fans, and confirmed that it would release the film globally later this year. . . Social media star Addison Rae is making her film debut in the movie, starring alongside Tanner Buchanan, Madison Pettis, Peyton Meyer, Isabella Crovetti, Annie Jacob, and Myra Molloy. . . The rom-com remake is going by the name “He’s All That. ” Mark Waters will direct, working from a script by R. Lee Fleming Jr. , who also wrote the original movie starring Freddie Prinze Jr. , Rachael Leigh Cook, and Matthew Lillard. . . Rachael Leigh Cook and Matthew Lillard are expected to appear in the new film. Jennifer Gibgot and Andrew Panay will produce the project, with Bill Block producing for Miramax. Fans will have to wait a little longer to see a trailer for the movie, but should be excited to learn that they can skip the theaters and stream the rom-com from their couch. . . The description reads, “The film will reimagine the original plot of the 1999 teen classic She’s All That. The contemporary story will follow an influencer Rae who accepts a challenge to turn the school’s biggest loser Buchanan into prom king. ”. “He’s All That” joins Netflix’s growing slate of live-action family films featuring kids and teens, which includes the upcoming film “A Week Away,” directed by Roman White. Netflix’s recent releases include “Finding ‘Ohana,” directed by Jude Weng and starring Kea Peahu and Alex Aiono; “Feel the Beat,” directed by Elissa Down and starring Sofia Carson; “WWE’s The Main Event, directed” by Jay Karas starring Seth Carr; and the 2019 comedy “Tall Girl” directed by Nzingha Stewart and starring Ava Michelle.

The Dota anime tries hard to be Netflix’s Castlevania, but it doesn’t have the magic

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There are many surprises in the first few episodes of Dota. Dragons Blood, a new eight-episode anime series created by Netflix and Valve. For example. Zombies. Its not a show about zombies, but they show up suddenly for about five minutes and then disappear without explanation. Theres also bloody, brutal murder, the occasional casual elf orgy or foursome—does that qualify as an orgy?, and characters saying fuck surprisingly often. None of these are things I immediately associate with the videogame Dota. . . Im not a Dota player, and Im sure fans will binge this new Valve-sanctioned series no matter what. I do know a few things about Dota, though. I know that Dota has flying donkeys that carry items for you. There are lanes, and theres a hero named Pudge. Sadly, there is no hero named Pudge in the show. . . Dragons Blood tries to use the brief backstories of half a dozen Dota heroes as the foundation for a serious drama. There are two elf factions at war, a few family tragedies, and plenty of angst from protagonists Davion the Dragon Knight and Mirana disgraced princess of the moon over their identities and personal demons. Maybe at some point someone pitched a goofy Hunger Games-style action anime about a bunch of outrageous characters zapping each other with colorful magic beams in the forest. That mightve been more fun—or at least funnier—than Dragons Blood, which tries hard to be grown-up but doesnt use its bloody violence or F-bombs as effectively as Netflixs other game-to-anime hit, Castlevania. Castlevania delights in its gore, and early on it does feel like its trying too hard to convince you this is a cartoon for adults. But Castlevania also has flair. The writing artfully pivots between silly banter and literary monologues that have me hanging on every word. And then sometimes everyone shuts up and Trevor Belmont serves a vampire the explosive end of his whip for lunch. . . I kept looking for some of that spark in Dota. Dragons Blood, but there was never a moment where the animation had the wow factor of a Trevor whip crack. The Dragons Blood writers had like 100 ultimate abilities right in front of them in the source material, but most of the action is disappointingly tame, even when its well-animated. A couple scenes do stand above the rest—in one, a veteran dragon knight shows up wearing scale armor imbued with the powers of the many dragons hes slain. The chestpiece of a chaos dragon makes him impossible to strike, and his air dragon boots arent all dragons air dragons? let him fly through the air like a superhero. . . Finally, four episodes in, we get to see some Real Anime Shit. Dragons Blood needs more of that. . The characters get plenty of downtime to talk to one another, but they dont have much to say you havent heard before. Davion starts as the brash hero who doesnt remember the names of the women he sleeps with, but then he catches feelings for Princess Mirana, who at one point tells him to lower his facade so they can have a serious emotional conversation. If youre blunt enough, the audience will surely catch on that some character development is about to happen. . . Despite the title, this is more Miranas show than Davions, and she has the makings of a good character. The other standout action scene puts Mirana up against a raging dragon solo, and its good because she makes Legolas look like a chump with a bow and because there are real emotional stakes built up over the previous episodes. But by the end of the season, she still feels like a character with potential rather than a truly well-realized one. Mirana is on a quest to retrieve a set of lotus blossoms stolen from Selemene, the goddess of the moon, and acts like an outcast. But at one point Selemene says Mirana wasnt cast out—she made a choice—and it remains hazy why Mirana alone takes responsibility for the theft, and what the state of their relationship is. . Despite a lot of screen time, its also unclear why the lotus blossoms matter all that much, in the end. At least once an episode I wondered if the plot was just a little too opaque, or if more Dota lore knowledge could have helped me understand what was going on. What was up with those zombies and the red crystal that seemed to be controlling them? When a sage says to Selemene a thousand years and these people still dont know who you really are, is he being literal about some established lore, or is he just talking shit?. A bit of wiki sleuthing didnt help much. But even if knowing Dota lore could have helped, better dialogue wouldve added context to Dragons Bloods more confusing scenes, which again made me compare it to Netflixs Castlevania. It never once sent me searching for lore because every event is grounded in clear character motivations. Dragons Blood over-relies on convenient happenstance to bring characters together or move the story along. I mean, at one point Davion literally vomits up a plot device, a moment that made me hoot and also holler at my TV in disbelief. Dragons Blood is conventional, and probably among the safest ways to adapt a game like Dota into a television series. It ends with much more story to tell, and maybe with its cast of characters now established, a second season could shade in the nuances they didnt get in these eight episodes. . . The animators at Studio Mir are talented—my favorite character, Marcie, doesnt speak, yet feels just as expressive as most of the cast, and the action really does look fantastic in its best moments. Outside of those moments… well, if youve watched your fill of generic fantasy taverns and dark elves fighting wood elves, you can probably play a match or two of Dota while waiting for the next high point. .

Rublev still on a winning roll in Dubai

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Russias Andrey Rublev continued his hot streak by winning his 22nd consecutive ATP 500 tour match against American Taylor Fritz at the Dubai Championships. . . Rublev, chasing his fifth consecutive title in the high-quality ATP 500 events, cruised to a 6-3 6-1 win against Fritz on Wednesday and next faces Marton Fucsovics after the Hungarian ousted Serbian 11th seed Dusan Lajovic 6-1 4-6 6-4. . . Russian second seed Rublev won in Rotterdam two weeks ago and also claimed titles at his final three ATP 500 tournament appearances in 2020, in Hamburg, St Petersburg and Vienna. . Italian 19-year-old Jannik Sinner continued his rise, claiming a notable scalp by beating Spains fourth seed Roberto Bautista Agut 6-4 3-6 7-5. . . Sinner, the youngest player in the ATPs top 100, came through in two hours and 25 minutes to set up a last-eight encounter with Aslan Karatsev. . . Russian Karatsev, the surprise semi-finalist at last months Australian Open, reached his first ATP 500 quarter-final by beating 17th seed Lorenzo Sonego 3-6 6-3 6-4 in another tough three-setter. . . Canadas third seed Denis Shapovalov will play Frenchman Jeremy Chardy in his quarter-final after beating Hubert Hurkacz 6-4 6-3. . . Chardy, world No. 53, lost a first-set tiebreak to Karen Khachanov but hit back to beat the eighth seed 6-7 3-7 6-4 6-4. . . Kei Nishikori beat Aljaz Bedene 6-4 6-4 and faces South African qualifier Lloyd Harris, who defeated Serbias Filip Krajinovic 7-6 7-5 6-4.

Zayn Malik gives rare insight on raising ‘amazing’ daughter Khai with Gigi Hadid

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Zayn Malik is not the one to share every detail about his personal life with fans on social media. . . However, the former One Direction singer uncharacteristically shared gave a rare insight about raising daughter Khai, along with girlfriend Gigi Hadid. . . Honestly, its amazing, Zayn shared about fatherhood. A lot of people that I was speaking to, obviously, before she was born and stuff were like, Its a big adjustment, and its going to be a massive change and stuff. But honestly, shes an amazing baby. Its been really easy for me and Gig to kind of just ease into it. She kind of made it easy for us, she sleeps really well, she loves her milk. Its just feeding and changing diapers at the moment. Its wicked. Im enjoying it, for sure, the singer said while talking on iHeartRadios Valentine in the Morning on Wednesday, March 17. Describing Gigi as a wicked mom, Zayn said, Shes good. Shes a wicked mom. Obviously, shes really a big help with everything, and shes doing well. . . The singer did admit how he never thought about being so involved in becoming a dad. . . I had time for my relationship and stuff too, but it was still solely about me, the British-Pakistani artist shared. The fact that [Khai] has been so easy to kind of just adjust to has been surprising to me because I just love spending my days with her, hanging out with her, just doing really relaxing chill stuff. Just watching kid shows on TV, on Netflix, learning nursery rhymes, just rolling around with her and just singing to her. Its a really different pace of life, but its been really easy to adjust to it, for sure. I think thats the most surprising thing. . . Zayn also shared how he croons to baby Khai every night. Its mainly melodies, and sometimes she kind of makes sounds back to me, which is amazing, the proud papa gushed. I just like singing to her.

Kourtney Kardashian cozies up to boyfriend Travis Barker in LA


We’re keeping up with Kourtney Kardashian and her new beau Travis Barker. . . The Poosh founder was spotted snuggling up to the drummer outside of vegan eatery Crossroads Kitchen in West Hollywood on Tuesday. . The pair couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they waited for the valet service to drop off their car. They looked smitten as they embraced each other publicly. . . Kardashian, 41, and Barker, 45, coordinated their comfy outfits, both opting for black sweatshirts, black bottoms, black shoes, and dark shades. . She also accessorized with a black face mask and a tiny black Prada purse. . . News that Kardashian was dating the Blink-182 rocker broke in January 2021. But it wasn’t until the next month that they confirmed their relationship when Kardashian made their love Instagram-official, with a photo of the pair holding hands. . . The pair have been friends for many years before things turned romantic. . Kardashian previously dated long-term partner Scott Disick — with whom she shares three kids — until they officially broke up in 2015. . . Meanwhile, Barker and Shanna Moakler, 45, got married in 2004. They split and finalized their divorce four years later. They continue to co-parent their two kids. 17-year-old son Landon and 15-year-old daughter Alabama. . . Moakler and Kardashian recently got into a virtual cat fight over Barker, seemingly trading barbs on Instagram last month, though Moakler claimed she meant no harm.

Angelina Jolie Claims She Has Proof Of Domestic Violence Against Brad Pitt


Ms Jolie has reportedly filed documents in court that also indicate that the couples children have agreed to provide testimony on Brad Pitts alleged violence. New Delhi. Actress Angelina Jolie has accused estranged husband Brad Pitt of domestic violence, report international news outlets. Ms Jolie, 45, has filed documents in court which say that she will offer proof and authority to support her claim; the documents also indicate that the couples children have agreed to provide testimony on the 57-year-old actors alleged violence, report Us Weekly and ETOnline. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt met while filming Mr And Mrs Smith in 2004. They dated for several years before marrying in 2014; two years later, they separated and have been engaged in a bitter legal battle since. The former couple are not divorced yet; they were, however, declared legally single in April 2019. . Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitts six children – most of them minor – could speak out in court, report Us Weekly and ETOnline. Brad Pitt was investigated and then cleared by the FBI of alleged child abuse in 2016 after he and Ms Jolie separated. The exes are reportedly seeking joint custody of the children – Maddox 19, Pax 17, Zahara 16, Shiloh 14 and twins Knox and Vivienne 12. . . The new accusations made by Angelina Jolie is being seen in several quarters as an attempt to bring Brad Pitt down – This is just another case of Angelina changing the narrative when it suits her, ET quoted a source as saying, Aside from the one accusation that she made in 2016 that was investigated and dismissed, there have never been any other records, police reports or even accusations until it suited her case.