Posts Tagged ‘behind the scenes’

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Don’t adjust your screens. This grainy footage is an atmospheric teaser look into the origin of the feral girl seen in the previous Logan trailers. Know as X-23 aka Laura Kinney in the comics, fans will be immediately pick up on the similarities to Logan’s experimentation in the Weapon X program.

Logan hits theaters on March 3.

 

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While fans anxiously await the official season six trailer, Game of Thrones has released a behind the scenes look and the people behind the cinematography. Scattered throughout the piece are scenes from the upcoming season. The series returns on April 24.

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For the first of what will be many boxing documentaries, www.KnockoutNation.com profiles the life and career of Timothy Bradley just days before he rematches Manny Pacquiao. From his early childhood and relationship to his father, to his initial training and thoughts about eventually facing Floyd Mayweather, Bradley leaves no stone unturned.

Make sure to also check out KnockoutNation.com tomorrow for my full-length interview with Bradley.

Produced By Andreas Hale

Directed & Edited By Tnel Moniq

Cinematography: Joel “Shake” Zela & Tnel Moniq

Music By DJ Finyl

“A lot of people can’t come back here. He’s one that can…”

Fresh off of annihilating the “Outro” on Lil Wayne’s Carter IV, a behind the scenes video has surfaced for Nas’s latest single “Nasty.” The video takes Nas back to the Queensbridge projects, a highly appropriate environment given the song. Note that Nas got his wish of nabbing “the actress who played Faith Evans,” Antonique Smith, for this clip.

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“They won’t even see it coming…”

Common, Nas and No I.D. turned Hip-Hop on its head with their phenomenal, throwback track “Ghetto Dreams.” When three brilliant artists come together, only magic can happen. Like you’ll hear in the video, the timing is perfect for a song like this considering the sound and content of most Hip-Hop these days. It’s also a treat to hear them critique each other’s legacies and approach to music. Fun fact, No I.D. originally played Common the “Ghetto Dreams” beat as a dare to see if he could rhyme hard again and do it justice.

Joe Budden’s Mood Muzik 4 experienced the inevitable leak a few hours ago. To compliment it, Budden has released a special, behind the scenes video chronciling his creative process.

The 8 minute clip features footage that was shot over the last several months. Everything from the album’s writing, recording, and development is looked at. And of course, Budden and his close team members give their own candid thoughts. Budden gives the nod to “Role Reversal” as the “most emotional, probably the realest record I’ve ever recorded.” 

Mood Muzik 4’s official street date is October 26.