Albin & Mattias Deliver "Rik" Chemistry for Melodifestivalen

Albin & Mattias have paved a career path for themselves through their collaborative efforts of Albin's lyrical compositions and Mattias' musical productions. With their Melodifestivalen entry "Rik" ("Rich"), listeners can enjoy the bright energetic charm of the melodic hook, which is made all the more convincing by their unmatched chemistry showcased in the live performance. There's also some excellent use of moving lights, making it all-in-all a worthwhile experience. The chemistry shared between these two is perhaps the best we've ever seen in Melodifestivalen, and they admit that it was "love at first sight".

Watch our exclusive interview with Albin and Mattias below, as they discuss the meaning of "Rik" (it's not about money), their bond, creative process, and so much more!



The twelfth episode of “Supergirl” is called “Bizarro”. If you know anything about Superman, that name should ring familiar. The episode starts off three months ago. Maxwell Lord is with his mysterious patient, the one we’ve been wondering about for some time now. It looks like he’s in the final stages of whatever it is that he’s doing and we come to see that it’s creating life. In this case, a life that looks eerily similar to Supergirl.

Cat Grant seems to be in a good mood. I can only guess it has something to do with her son coming back in her life. She even gets Kara a latte. While in a powwow trying to figure out this “rogue Supergirl” issue, Kara comes up with a suggesting saying it might not even be Supergirl. This catches Cat’s attention more than anything anyone else is saying.

So things are really awkward between James, Winn, and Kara once the other two learn that she’s going on a date with Adam. Maxwell Lord is brainwashing this Fake Supergirl to kill Kara. Adam and Kara are cute together. Like, I like Kara and James (and James and Lucy), but I really like the added layer he brings. He doesn’t know she’s Supergirl (like Winn and James). All he knows is what he sees and that’s Kara. As soon as they were getting close, an accident forces Kara to leave.

She’s soon confronted with her doppelganger. They duke it out, with the people in the train car almost dying in the process. Kara is convinced that it’s a clone. Alex suggest using Kryptonite to try and weaken the Fake Supergirl. The next day, Kara is confronted by both Adam and Cat. Adam still wants to try again with Kara and Cat has named Fake Supergirl, Bizarro.

Winn learns that Maxwell Lord has taken seven different comatose girls to perfect Bizarro. When asked why she didn’t kill Supergirl by Maxwell Lord, Bizarro responses that Supergirl is good and helps people. Alex confronts Lord and he all but admits to what he’s done. She doesn’t know that he knows she and Kara are sisters, but he threatens her (and those she loves) nonetheless. Back at the DEO they try and come up with a plan to take down Bizarro using Kryptonite. Kara is hesitant, wanting to go after Lord instead. Alex mentions to Kara that Lord insinuated that he knew Supergirl and she were sisters, but both seemed convinced that there was no way he could know.

Alex and Kara continue to have the strongest relationship on the show and the scene where Alex urges Kara to still try and have a life outside of being Supergirl all but proves it. Winn and James are having a drink, commiserating on both losing out to Kara. It’s actually a pretty good scene. We know why Winn is upset, but James is tricky. He’s with Lucy and for a while seemed happy to be back with her. But there’s still those lingering feelings that he might have for Kara. Winn, learning to open up with his emotions, questions why James hasn’t told Kara how he feels. In typical gentleman style, James claims he wants Kara to be happy and that he’s in a relationship himself, but Winn isn’t convinced. I like seeing the two of them getting together outside of Kara being around.

Adam and Kara are on another date and she opens up to him about her family as well as not feeling normal. The scene is shot like a CW show, but that’s okay because it works. Anyway, they finally kiss and I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m rooting for them, although I have a feeling it’s not going to last. While they’re kissing, Bizarro kidnaps Kara thinking (and knowing…) that she’s Supergirl. At first, Kara plays dumb, but when Bizarro uses her eye lighting thing, Kara has no choice but to defend herself.

The two are fighting, using all of their arsenal. The DEO show up, pelting Bizarro with Kryptonite to weaken her. Instead of weakening her, the Kryptonite does just the opposite and strengthens her. Bizarro flies away, but Kara and Alex now knows that Lord knows who she is. Kara wants to take out Maxwell Lord. In the meantime, she and Adam break up before they even get started and I have to say, I’m a tad disappointed. We just got to know Adam and if that’s the last we see of him (I doubt it since he’s so tied to Cat), I’ll be gutted. It’s one of those classic superhero tropes of the hero not being able to be happy.

Alex bursts into Lord’s place and arrests him, while Bizarro kidnaps James. They take Lord to the DEO. I don’t know if that’s a good idea. He’s a smart guy, after all. Bizarro kidnapped James because Kara loves him. James, in an effort to get into Bizarro’s good graces, tells her why he loves Supergirl. However, it was something of a ruse, just so he could call Supergirl. The two fight until Alex gets the shot to weaken her. The DEO take her back and put her back into a coma, as she was before Lord got to her.

Speaking of which, he’s in a cell and goading Kara, mentioning her adoptive mother. But both sisters leave him be for the time being. Back at the CEO it’s clear that whatever good mood Cat was in has disappeared since Adam left. The relationship between Cat and Kara looks to be back at square one. I think Cat was really warming up to Kara and was disappointed that she ended things with Adam (this all could have been avoided if she knew the truth).

The episode ends with Kara flying into her apartment and finding a strange substance on her table. There’s some sort of creature hanging on the wall and we don’t know the outcome until next week.

Supergirl airs Mondays at 8pm Eastern Standard Time on CBS.

Community: The Final Season? arrives on Digital March 7 and DVD March 8

Fans Get Schooled One Last Time
Coming to Digital March 7 and DVD March 8

Starring Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie,
Keith David, Paget Brewster, with Ken Jeong & Academy-Award® Winner Jim Rash

With Hilarious Featurettes, Deleted Scenes, Gag Reel

CULVER CITY, CALIF. (January 26, 2016) – School is back in session for the last time March 8 when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment releases COMMUNITY: THE COMPLETE FINAL SEASON? on DVD. Dan Harmon’s fan favorite comedy, now a cult classic, returns with its fine ensemble cast, including Joel McHale (TV’s “The Soup”), Gillian Jacobs (TV’s “Girls”), Danny Pudi (TV’s “Greek”), Alison Brie (TV’s “Mad Men”), Keith David (TV’s “Enlisted”), Paget Brewster (TV’s “Grandfathered”), with Ken Jeong (TV’s “Dr. Ken”) and Academy Award® winner Jim Rash (Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay; The Descendants, 2011). The sixth season has the Greendale Community College band of misfits reaching the school’s year-end, still questioning their future, even as they cherish their past. COMMUNITY: THE COMPLETE FINAL SEASON? will also be available on Digital March 7.

COMMUNITY: THE COMPLETE FINAL SEASON? contains all 13 half-hour episodes as well as featurettes, deleted scenes and a gag reel. “Community Trivia” has the cast and crew of Community answering trivia questions about the last six seasons of the show. “Six Seasons and a Finale” takes the viewer on set during the taping of the final episode to hear what Dan Harmon and cast thought about filming Season 6. The “Gag Reel” gives viewers a chance to laugh along with the cast and crew as they crack each other up during the taping of Season 6! Also included are six never-before-seen deleted scenes saved from the cutting room floor.

Guest stars in the hilarious sixth season include Nathan Fillion (TV’s “Castle), Seth Green (TV’s “Family Guy”), Steve Guttenberg (Three Men and a Baby), musician Lisa Loeb, Billy Zane (upcoming Zoolander 2), and many more.
Hacked e-mails, virtual reality, schlocky sci-fi filmmaking, grifting, forbidden paintball, a giant hand, a wedding and a stage adaptation of The Karate Kid… Welcome back for one crazy year at Greendale Community College! Though the Study Group-turned-“Committee to Save Greendale” has succeeded in their mission (well, almost), Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) has hired a by-the-books administrative consultant (Paget Brewster) to help improve the school’s day-to-day operations. This, of course, doesn’t exactly sit well with everyone in the group and, as a result, they’ll see changes good and bad at their beloved school.

COMMUNITY is a Universal Television production in association with Sony Pictures Television. 


Lawnmower Maintenance & Postnatal Care
Basic Crisis Room Decorum
Queer Studies & Advanced Waxing
Laws of Robotics & Party Rights
Basic Email Security
Advanced Safety Feature
Intro to Recycled Cinema
Grifting 101
Basic RV Repair & Palmistry
Modern Espionage
Wedding Videography
Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television

DVD Special Features Include:
  • Community Trivia” The cast and crew of Community answer trivia questions on the last 6 seasons of the show
  • “Six Seasons and a Finale” Go on the set during the taping of the final episode to hear what Dan Harmon and cast thought about filming Season 6. 
  • Gag Reel:  Laugh along with the cast and crew of Community as they crack each other up during the taping of Season 6
  • Deleted Scenes: Six never-before-seen deleted scenes saved from the cutting room floor.

Broadcast Year: 2015


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Specialty Arm Acquires Worldwide Rights

PARK CITY, UT January 26, 2016 – Fox Searchlight Pictures Presidents Nancy Utley and Stephen Gilula announced today that the company has acquired worldwide rights to writer, director, producer and star Nate Parker’s powerful slave drama THE BIRTH OF A NATION, which received a standing ovation following its Sundance Film Festival debut.  The film starsParker, Armie Hammer, Penelope Ann Miller, Jackie Earle Haley, Mark Boone Jr., Colman Domingo, Aunjanue Ellis, Dwight Henry, Aja Naomi King, Esther Scott, Roger Guenveur Smith and Gabrielle Union.  The film is a Bron Studios, Phantom Four, Mandalay Pictures and Tiny Giant Productions production and produced by Parker, Kevin Turen, Jason Michael Berman, Aaron L. Gilbert and Preston L. Holmes with David S. Goyer, Michael Novogratz, Michael Finley, Tony Parker, Jason Cloth, Andy Pollack, Allan J. Stitt, Jane Oster, Barb Lee, Carl H. Lindner III, Derrick Brooks, Jill And Ryan Ahrens, Armin Tehrany, Edward Zwick and Mark Moran serving as executive producers.  The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and will be released wide in 2016.

“From the moment we saw this film we knew we wanted to join Nate Parker in fulfilling his vision as the film’s portrayal of injustice is unfortunately still relevant today.  His dedication and artistry in revitalizing Nat Turner's legacy and place in history has resulted in an extraordinarily compelling and moving film that delivers on every level.  The ensemble cast, led by Nate Parker, is committed and exceptional,” said Gilula and Utley.

It brings me immense joy and excitement to welcome the Searchlight team into our family. I embrace their shared passion for this film and its potential impact on our country and the world,” said director, writer, producer and star Nate Parker.

On behalf of the cast, producers, executive producers and all those who came together and supported Nate Parker’s vision, we’re beyond thrilled to have found a home with Fox Searchlight, whose incredible marketing and distribution teams will ensure that this important and powerful film reaches its widest audience, said Phantom Four’s Kevin Turen, Mandalay Pictures’ Jason Michael Berman, Bron Studios Aaron L. Gilbert and Preston Holmes.

Set against the antebellum South, THE BIRTH OF A NATION follows Nat Turner, a literate slave and preacher, whose financially strained owner, Samuel Turner, accepts an offer to use Nat’s preaching to subdue unruly slaves. As he witnesses countless atrocities - against himself and his fellow slaves - Nat orchestrates an uprising in the hopes of leading his people to freedom.

The deal was brokered by Fox Searchlight’s Executive Vice President of Business Affairs Megan O’Brien and Senior Vice President of Acquisitions & Co-Productions Ray Strache, with WME Global and Christian Simonds and Jared Bloch of Gray Krauss Stratford Sandler Des Rochers on behalf of the filmmakers.

Fox Searchlight Pictures is a specialty film company that both finances and acquires motion pictures. It has its own marketing and distribution operations, and its films are distributed internationally by Twentieth Century Fox. Fox Searchlight Pictures is a unit of 21st Century Fox.

Krysten Ritter To Attend Wizard World Portland, February 20-21

‘Jessica Jones,’ ‘Don’t Trust the B-,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ Star Krysten Ritter To Attend Wizard World Portland, February 20-21

Will Appear Alongside ‘Jessica Jones’ Co-Star Mike Colter Saturday, Sunday At Oregon Convention Center; Popular Actress Also Known For ‘Big Eyes,’ ‘Veronica Mars,’ ‘Listen up Philip’’

Krysten Ritter-333.jpgPORTLAND, Oregon, January 25, 2016– Krysten Ritter, who has wowed fans in the acclaimed Netflix dramatic series “Jessica Jones” and as the lead in the ABC show “Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23,” will make her first Wizard World comic con appearance next month in Portland, it was announced today by Wizard World, Inc. (OTCBB: WIZD). Ritter will be joined at the show by “Jessica Jones” co-star Mike Colter on Saturdayand Sunday, February 20-21 at the Oregon Convention Center.

Ritter, who plays the title role as superhero-turned-private-investigator in the popular Marvel title, will greet fans, pose for photo ops, sign autographs and conduct an interactive Q&A panel at the pop culture event.

Among Ritter’s other well-known credits are in the films Big Eyes by Tim Burton, Listen Up Philip opposite Jason Schwartzman and Veronica Mars with Kristen Bell, and the TV shows “Breaking Bad” and “Gravity.”

In addition to Ritter and the previously announced Colter, headliners scheduled to attend Wizard World Portland include Matt Smith , Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, and Alex Kingston from “Doctor Who,” Jennifer Morrison (“Once Upon a Time,” Star Trek), John Barrowman (“Arrow,” “Torchwood”) and William Shatner (“Star Trek,” “Boston Legal”).

Wizard World events bring together thousands of fans of all ages to celebrate the best in pop-fi, pop culture, movies, graphic novels, cosplay, comics, television, sci-fi, toys, video gaming, gaming, original art, collectibles, contests and more. The first event scheduled on the 2016 Wizard World calendar, Portland show hours are Friday, February 19, 3-8 p.m.Saturday, February 20, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, February 21, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Wizard World Portland is also the place for cosplay, with fans young and old showing off their best costumes throughout the event. Fans dressed as every imaginable character – and some never before dreamed – will roam the convention floor and participate in the famed Wizard World Costume Contest on Saturday night.

For more on the 2016 Wizard World Portland, visit

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The eleventh episode of Supergirl is titled, “Strange Visitor from Another Planet”. Kara is flying over the city when she sees a forest fire. She’s still dealing with the fallout from Wynn kissing her. Things are, needless to say, awkward between them. In the meantime, Miranda Crane, an anti-alien senator, is in town, making a big splash with a rally.

At Catgo, Lucy, James, and Kara are all adjusting to their new situation. James, desperate to get back in the field, convinces Cat to let him speak to Miranda Crane. While walking back to her office, she notices a stranger. She recognizes him instantly as her son, the one she gave up custody for ages ago. I like seeing Cat a little off balance, as she clearly wasn’t expecting to see him and obviously didn’t write the letter he’s referring to, wanting to reach out.

This puts Cat in a weird situation, and she lashes out at Kara who really shouldn’t have meddled, even if she meant well. After a pep talk from Kara, who mentions her own family situation, Cat calms down and allows Kara to make a dinner reservation with Adam.

While speaking at the anti-alien rally, an alien interrupts Miranda Crane’s speech. After cornering the alien, Henshaw has flashbacks. This was the alien that killed his people. Kara rushes to the scene, but she’s too late; the alien has fled. The DEO has Miranda Crane at their HQ and she is none too pleased. She sounds worse than Maxwell Lord and is none too grateful at being saved. Henshaw finally opens up about the alien and refers to it as a White Martian. We learn about Henshaw’s past, his J’onn Jonnz past where he goes into detail about what happened. He asks Kara to try and take care of the White Martian because he doesn’t want to give up his identity as Henshaw.

Cat is at her dinner with Adam and things are a tad awkward. She spends a lot of time talking about herself. In the end, it’s enough to force him to leave disappointed. James and Kara are trying to sift through the pictures he took at the rally earlier in the day to see if they can find out anything else about the White Martian. They do find out that Miranda Crane’s eyes were glowing, similar to the White Martian, and sense it can shape-shift like Henshaw, it’s obvious that the Crane at the DEO isn’t the real Crane.

Alex and Henshaw both figure out that Crane is the White Martian and a fight at the DEO ensues. Kara arrives just in time, as once again, Henshaw is unable to take on the White Martian and had another flashback. He eventually tells Alex the whole sad, story of what happened to his people. I really like the relationship Alex and Henshaw have and I’m so glad that he is willing to open up to her and Kara.

Cat is emotional over how things ended with Adam and Kara takes it upon herself to try and fix it. So she tracks him down and talks to him, saying all the things she had told Cat to say in the first place. Adam agrees to talk to Cat again as long as she tags along. Things are a little testy at first, but after Kara gets them both to open up, the dinner goes a lot smoother.

Henshaw is hellbent on killing the White Martian, by any means necessary. That goes against everything he has fought for. Using his ability to track, he finds a location for where the White Martian and Senator might be. While he thinks he’s hunting the White Martian, he finds the Senator. Alex finds the White Martian. Henshaw/J’onn wants to die; he’s tired of being the last of his kind and is ready to give up to the White Martian.

Together with Kara, Henshaw takes on the White Martian. After finally getting the upper-hand, he wants to kill it, but Kara tries to talk him out of it. He does the right thing, but the White Martian vows revenge. In a more important scene, Henshaw thinks of Kara and Alex as daughters, much like the ones he lost long ago. I didn’t know I needed this until I needed it. 

The real Crane decides to soften her position after her own encounter with an alien, as well as Supergirl saving her life and that of countless others. Adam is into Kara. Cat knows this. He eventually asks her out on a date and she agrees. I like where this is going. 

Anyway, the episode ends with Alex and Kara bonding. It’s cut short with footage of Supergirl saving a falling truck. The only problem is Kara is still at home with Alex. We’re left wondering who this impostor is. Me thinks it’s whatever Maxwell Lord has been working on.

Supergirl airs Mondays at 8pm Eastern Standard Time on CBS.

STEALING CARS Available on DVD and Digital April 5

"Veteran actors join up-and-comers in this gritty drama."
-- Stephen Farber, The Hollywood Reporter

The Award-Winning Drama Starring Emory Cohen, Mike Epps, Felicity Huffman, William H. Macy and John Leguizamo


Available on DVD and Digital April 5

CULVER CITY, Calif. (Jan. 25, 2016) – From Rachel Winter, a producer of Dallas Buyers Club, and executive producers Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson, comes the award-winning drama STEALING CARS, available on DVD and DigitalApril 5, 2016, from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Directed by Bradley Jay Kaplan, this gritty and powerful film stars Emory Cohen (BrooklynThe Place Beyond the Pines, TV’s “Smash”) as a rebellious teenager sent to juvenile detention, where he faces harsh injustices, overcomes his vicious incarcerators and discovers unexpected friendships. With a top-notch supporting cast that includes Mike Epps (The HangoverNext Friday), Oscar® nominee Felicity Huffman (Best Actress,Transamerica, 2006), Oscar® nominee William H. Macy (Best Supporting Actor, Fargo, 1997) and John Leguizamo (Chef,John Wick), this critically acclaimed movie took home the Zeitgeist Award at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival.

Synopsis: Billy Wyatt (Emory Cohen) is a young man with tremendous promise, but a troubled past leads him to the Burnsville Camp for Boys. Billy must navigate his way through dangerous inmates and a cruel and punishing staff, but during it all, he learns to inspire others and find out the truth about himself in the process. STEALING CARS is a compelling drama with powerful performances by Emory Cohen, John Leguizamo, Mike Epps and Academy Award® nominees William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman.

STEALING CARS was written by Will Aldis (Avenging AngeloBlack Cadillac) and Steve Mackall (Avenging Angelo). It was produced by Rachel Winter (Dallas Buyers ClubBrooklyn Rules) and Dan Keston (JewtopiaFelon). Executive producers are Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson, Russell Geyser, Erika Hampson, Clay Pecorin, Bradley Jay Kaplan, Gregory Kaplan, and Tony Callie.

It has a run time of approximately 94 minutes and is rated R for language, including some sexual references, and brief drug use.

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