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 HBO has released the second teaser trailer for its upcoming biopic, The Girl, which focuses on the relationship between actress Tippi Hedren and director Alfred Hitchcock during the filming of his thriller classic, The Birds. Directed by Julian Jarrold (Becoming Jane) the film stars Sienna Miller (Stardust) as Tippi Hedren and Toby Jones (The Hunger Games) as Alfred Hitchcock. This biopic is going to be an all-out drama fest, not only because of its talented cast and crew, but because of Hitchcock and Hedren’s tumultuous...
  Any recent college grad knows that jobs are increasingly hard to come by. Most often, the grads initially find themselves over or under-qualified for the gigs they're applying for, and to make matters worse, they're saddled with a tremendous amount of debt right off the bat. In fact, student loan debt currently tops $1 trillion here in America. Now there's a new campaign, Degrees of Separation raising awareness about the underemployment, joblessness, and poverty that affect millions of college graduates.   In 2011, 53.6%...
Vaute Couture, the super stylish coat maker, has unveiled its new coats for this winter: a collection of vegan and fair trade coats that are made of eco-friendly and sometimes recycled materials. Even better, they're made in the U.S.A. Founder Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart created Vaute in 2008 in order to offer coats that were warm enough for harsh winters without containing any animal products or compromising on aesthetics.   The coats are a bit pricey (from about $185-$560), but that's because they’re made of eco-friendly materials, produced...
  Sometimes us Americans like to think that we’re the ones who don’t have accents.  However, in this popular short film, "How Americans Sound to British People", it seems that we most definitely do...and our accents are pretty gnarly.  The comments on the video are pretty much half “what the f are they saying?!” and half “OMG, this is brilliant.”  I agree--aside from “shut up” and a few swear words, I couldn’t understand a thing. Check out the viral video below and let us know if you...
This Los Angeles based quartet does an impressive representation of 60s-era psychedelic, garage rock creating a unmistakable nostalgia all the way. This self-titled album debuts on September 18, 2012, and will be released by Innovative Leisure. Allah-Las does a great job mimicking bands of the 60s-era such as the Rolling Stones, the Kinks and Cream. The guitar playing is tight and dreamy, but nothing virtuoso. Their songs will have listeners California dreamin'. The effect of their fuzzy reverb pedals and layered echos will make you...
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