Beautifully shot, but occasional heads in the bottom of the shot. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by Moss Hart. A production of Encores At City Center. Filmer does a good job of shooting around them. This is very elaborate, but Sung in French and sadly no English subtitles, but visually great! Lots of extras too on the disc! Slightly different interpretation than we are used to. Nicely filmed, but heads occasionally appear at the bottom of the screen in the wide shot.
Final Performance. Includes curtain call part where Patti calls Laurents and Sondheim on stage. The curtain call is between heads and not much is seen until the end when Steve and Arthur come on stage-that is captured well. Great addition to the library and unreleased! Amazing quality for its age! A couple of moments where the camera loses focus but thats most definitely a very minor gripe. Broadway flop with only 37 official performances. Music by Michael Rupert. Recorded through the house camera.
Generational loss, and lack of sharpness, but still watchable. Miss Beg! Jenkins, Jane Carr. Nicely filmed, crystal clear video, although a bit shaky at times. A few technical glitches and the replacement of the boy who plays Michael Banks between acts makes this video interesting. Amazingly good quality for a video that is nearly 30 years old - semi-pro shot from a house camera patched directly into the soundboard.
It's great to see Christine Ebersole as Ado Annie! Video is usually nice and clear, but a bit blurred sometimes. Comes with a nice little menu, next to perfect quality video and sound. Very nicely filmed. Captures all of the action well, including great shots of the opening special effects feature. Give Me The Reason Shine Rachel Roberts Directed By Howard Sackler - Much Ado About Nothing (Vinyl Here And Now Your Secret Love Any Love Stop To Love Endless Love with Mariah Carey Love It, Love It previously unreleased.
Scheduled to hit Club Nokia in Los Angeles on December 12, the tours additional dates will be announced soon. A few weeks ago, a teenage girl was telling me how much she loved Channing Tatum. I talked about how nice he was when I interviewed him, and her eyes shot out of her head.
The only other time a person got close to that type of excitement was when I was with Joe Nelson, who runs SanDiegoRadio. I told him at a screening I was going to be interviewing comedian Gabriel Iglesias. He went crazy, saying how it was his favorite comedian. I had 15 minutes with him at a hotel pool downtown. Stop being such a downer.
Fluffy all depressed right before I interview him. Iglesias looked a bit surprised, perhaps not sure if he was joking or not. I should probably drink this before I get anything else. As those words left my mouth, I noticed he looked slimmer. Also, you never really know. Maybe TV really does add a few pounds. Maybe those Hawaiian shirts he wears make him look bigger. Gabriel Iglesias: About 5 or 6 years. It was in Chula Vista. I still remember the apartments. I remember going in there all the time and playing Donkey Kong.
Josh Board: I always liked comedy concert films. I liked the Eddie Murphy ones. I wore that tape out. It was like my first look at what it was like to do stand-up, since I was really young, LP). How did your movie come about? Gabriel Iglesias: Well, from Kevin Hart, strangely enough. The people behind his movie approached me and said they were crunching the numbers, and thought we could have similar success. They saw the strength of social media and YouTube and felt we were similar in all the social media aspects.
Josh Board: That must have been a thrill, especially when you think of the comedians that have had their stand-up on the big screen. Gabriel Iglesias: It was.
The thing is…they wanted to start shooting right away, and I had just finished my second comedy special Aloha Fluffy. I needed to write all new material and there was all this pressure.
You start thinking of all those comedy movies that have come out; Martin Lawrence, The Kings of Comedy …and thinking about being the first Latino to do one, and not wanting to let my people down. I was given this great opportunity. We always have things other comedians think is funny, but not necessarily the crowd.
I like the really blue material; the dirtier, the better. Jim Jefferies makes me laugh so hard I cry. Gabriel Iglesias: Yeah, most of the comedians I admired. I am friends with Paul Rodriguez and he makes me die laughing.
They told me a special guest wanted to go on, and they wanted me to cut it short. I was standing there wondering who it was going to be…Chris Rock, Seinfeld. I found out it was Robin Williams. I told the crowd I was going to cut it short and they started booing. The crowd erupted.
They were just going crazy. You forgot about me already! I just said hi. In one of your routines, you talk about a cop recognizing you. Gabriel Iglesias: No. I could be in the mall, or where ever. Gabriel Iglesias: Oh, in the bathroom. All the time. Josh Board: Julia Roberts said the first autograph she ever signed was in a stall and somebody slid a piece of paper under the door. It must be harder now with cell phones and everyone wanting a photo. What I hate is when people want me to record things.
I tried that, and then all the people that just got an autograph or picture…they now want me to record something. People want me to do a video for their friend or hold up their shirt. Josh Board: Well, that put me in an awkward position. I wanted to ask you to call my friend Joe Nelson.
Then you can play that for him. Gabriel Iglesias: I was going to turn it down at first. I had to do it. I met so many amazing people. It was great networking and it shows I can do other things. Josh Board: Why not sports? That seems like a perfect topic to cover when you want to work clean. Half the crowd will be against you no matter what you say. I had a guy in New York ask me that. It kind of bothered me that the show wanted all this drama. They tried to bait is into fighting with each other, to create all this tension.
A show about comedians living together and competing…we get to see them be funny. Josh Board: Okay, I appreciate all your time. I hope the movie is a success. He takes it and tries to figure it out; after a few minutes I tell him not to worry about it. Go out and see; and if you ever ask him for an autograph…let him finish up in the restroom first.
Horror series starring classical characters from literature returns for its second season in But it never hurts to try and build on that audience. With the DVD and Blu-ray sets now available for the eight-episode season, Showtime has partnered with Aol to make the first two episodes available for free streaming.
Episode 1-Click here to see the video. Linda Ronstadt Mad Love Tour. It took him two decades to assemble. The collection will eventually be a key component to a museum. Some pieces returned to the Alamo for the first time in years.
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna after a. It seemed a worthwhile obsession. His collection also includes mementos from the Battle of San Jacinto, where Texas secured its independence, and a trove of historical documents. Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson, whose office oversees the historical mission and who formalized the agreement with Collins, said the artifacts will be publicly displayed only a few at a time for the near future. Patterson estimated the project could take another five years.
Collins, 63, said finding a permanent home for his collection became important to him within the last year as he began organizing his estate. Last February, he was visiting San Antonio, as he does frequently, looking for a museum that might be suitable.
Tucker said that over a meal of tacos and enchiladas, Guimarin told Collins there was something that Tucker wanted to ask. And so she ventured that the Alamo would love to have his collection. Arrangements were quickly made. Collins oversaw the shipping and delivery from his home in Switzerland. Collins said holding little pieces of history — hats, guns, spurs of the Alamo fighters — connects him with the frailties and courage of the people who owned them.
Collins, who has sold more than million records, said that he has kept the passion of collecting and music separate in his life. The Alamo did not consciously color any of his songs. Melissa Etheridge sits inside her living room surrounded by guitars hanging on walls, a piano and a variety of percussion instruments. Instead of picking strings, however, she is pecking on a smartphone. Sure, Kim Kardashian is making a killing branding a mobile game.
But Melissa Etheridge? Do her fans play games? Etheridge has teamed with mobile game start-up HyperJamz, part of HyperPower Game Groupto create a game that's not only addictive, but also streams her music.
In it, players basically do two things: earn points by clicking on the right groupings of falling guitar picks, while also trying to remember the phone numbers of people in their contacts file. All the while, the song "Take My Number" streams, and players are also directed to iTunes to buy the song. How did such an outside-the-CD-box idea happen?
CEO Clark Nesselrodt said it was the result of an "aha" moment. Nesselrodt is hoping that combining the two will create something better—and maybe more profitable—than the sum of its parts. Once he heard Etheridge's new song, Nesselrodt said HyperJamz developed a phone book game concept in a few days that targets Etheridge's core demographic, "one of the most sought-after demographics of mobile gamers—the middle-aged female. Think "Candy Crush.
A year ago, she left Island Records and went independent, hiring new management and looking for new ways to monetize her music. The singer hopes a mobile game can reach not only core fans but new listeners.
While she's excited about being independent and producing her own album, Etheridge said it's also scary, "because all the risk is on me, and everything's upfront, and the money is different. HyperJamz hopes to find other celebrities who can lend their star power to other games. It has reached an agreement with Tapinatorwhich has a catalog of games, including "Balance of the Shaolin," which Nesselrodt is reimagining in a tie-in with an upcoming Nik Wallenda special for the Discovery Channel.
Also, "We have a new game coming out in a few weeks with rising star Cris Cab, who is Pharrell's protege. It's all very early stage, very early funding, with no guarantees that it will work out. Kind of sounds like Etheridge's start in the music business itself. Decades later, and after much success, she's taking risks again. Melissa Etheridge said people still want music. On the Second Occasiona recently released album that was recorded inlisteners have the opportunity to enjoy the Marsalis they might expect and experience the lesser-known side of this important artist.
Jason serves up a most unusual drum Rachel Roberts Directed By Howard Sackler - Much Ado About Nothing (Vinyl that is almost reminiscent of a marching-band drum cadence. On the familiar chorus, Marsalis manages to play a duet with himself and after a pause the song flows into a warm ballad.
Linda Komorsky Likera music publishing executive and adviser, died Sunday after being struck by a car as she crossed a street in Los Angeles. She was A native of Peabody, Mass. Liker was a past president of the Association of Independent Music Publishers and past secretary of the California Copyright Conference. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations in her name be made to Israel Defense Forces.
An earlier version of this story misstated the first name of the book's author, Elizabeth Strout. At its heart is the troubled family of Olive Frances McDormanda retired math teacher; her extremely patient husband, Henry Richard Jenkinsa pharmacist; and their son Christopher John Gallagher Jr. Director Lisa Cholodenko calls the miniseries, adapted by Jane Anderson, a "traumedy" that mixes serious drama with dry humor, and says McDormand, 57, embodied the essence of Olive, seen from age 45 to Olive is combative and judgmental, casting a wary eye at Henry's employee and crush, Denise Zoe Kazanand Christopher's first wife Suzanne.
But she's protective of a troubled neighbor and her son, a former student; has a soft spot for a fellow teacher; and, late in the film, finds an unlikely kindred spirit in widower Jack Kennison Bill Murray. She's "uncompromising," says McDormand, who won an Oscar for playing by-the-book police chief Marge Gunderson in Fargothe movie directed by her husband Joel Coen and his brother Ethan. All of those characters kind of grew up to be Olive. There's a real sense of stoicism and pragmatism and strength and lyricism of a woman like that.
Who wouldn't want to play her? She's fabulous. Olive's demons explain her quirks: As readers know, "Olive's father suffered from depression and shot himself in the head when she was 13," McDormand says, and "she's deeply, subconsciously choked with fear that she's going to do the same thing to her son, so she does not ever really allow herself to attach to him.
Some part of her thinks she's protecting him by keeping him away, because if she passes on this horrible thing, she can't live with herself. HBO first tried to adapt Olive as a weekly series, but "we never wanted it to be that," says McDormand, who optioned the book and helped assemble the cast and crew, including Jenkins, who says that coincidentally, he was reading the book when she called; Cholodenko, who directed her in Laurel Canyon ; and Murray, who played her husband in Moonrise Kingdom.
After four years in development, "It became clearer and clearer that it was a really brilliant four-hour movie" that combined elements of six of the short stories into four parts and reassembled it in mostly chronological fashion.
In a few of the stories, Olive is a peripheral character, her name barely mentioned. But the marriage worked both ways. Ultimately, McDormand says over a glass of wine at a favorite Italian restaurant, "We told the story of a marriage of two people in small-town America. It is surprising and complicated, it's suspenseful, it's dramatic, it's funny," she says. Nobody's got a cape on, nobody has a mask, nobody's slitting anybody's throat," she says. Now that Agent Carter is no longer rumor, check out the first TV spot for the new Marvel miniseries above.
And what can be learned from the spot must be deciphered from its quick cutting and pacing. Still, the breakneck speed with which this short promo builds definitely implies Agent Carter will be a series brimming with fistfights, car chases, and more action than its mere eight episodes can easily contain.
And while this promo makes that premise sound awfully cliched, there was in fact a difficult period of adjustment for many women post-WWII when they were basically told to leave the workforce and get back in the kitchen. Are you excited for Agent Carter to premiere this January? Sound off in the comments below!
Every day until Halloween, The Hollywood Reporter will be speaking to a notable horror director. People on the streets "kind of looked like zombies," he says.
I had everything. He's bringing humor to his next directorial entry, the segment E is for Equilibrium in the horror anthology sequel The ABCs of Death 2which will be released theatrically on Halloween. The director tells THR his favorite zombie movie hint: it's a zom-com and how to shoot horror on a budget.
I'd never done a short film. When they got in touch with me I was still in Cuba and then I moved to the US, and it was a huge challenge. I think it also has a theme and a metaphor. I think the thing is that horror works by creating tension and then releasing it, and I think the comedy is an amazing way to release that tension. You can laugh at how hilarious it was to be scared. When you see films at festivals, the one that are usually the audience's favorites are horror-comedies.
In my year [with Juan ] we got a lot of audiences awards, which are my favorites. But you also try to layer horror with metaphor and social significance. Do you find horror works well to convey that kind of thematic material?
I think that's the best thing about horror, that it can serve as a commentary on current issues. What really breathes life into horror is what it really speaks to. You have the ones that stand out, the classics, that have subtext and touch deeper issues. You have to let the dread, the mood, invade you. For example, in Juan of the Deadwe had some set pieces that involved zombies, and some scenes just in a car or a room, and in both cases, it's about the suspense.
Not the vampires or zombies, but the evil that man is capable of doing. You must have watched a lot of zombie movies before and while shooting Juan. Which are LP) favorites? When I was doing JuanI saw everything. It kind of took the magic out of it. Shaun of the Dead is probably my favorite zombie film ever. I used to love them all. Fastvold and Corbet co-wrote the screenplay to Sleepwalker. IFC will release the film Nov. Michael Stipe came out, identifying himself as "queer," two decades ago last month.
Now, in an article for The Guardianthe former R. When Stipe came out — saying that he had enjoyed sex with men and women throughout his adult life — R. The group was preparing to put out its Monster album and Stipe recalls needing to summon the strength and voice to define for the world who he was.
The singer recalled a varying mix of reactions to his announcement. The 21st century has provided all of us, recent generations particularly, with a clearer idea of the breadth of fluidity with which sexuality and identity presents itself in each individual. Gender identification, and the panoply of sexuality and identity are now topics that are more easily and more widely discussed, debated and talked about openly.
Now when Stipe thinks about "queerness," he wrote, he has come to recognize it as "a state of mind brought about by an understanding: it is understanding difference, accepting your own truth, desire and identity, and lovely, lovely choice. In other R. The collection contains reproductions of all of the singles the group put out between and on the I. The release joins a spate of R. Meryl Streep and Rick Springfield have been pictured for the first time on the set of their new film Ricki And The Flash - and things were already heating up in New York on Tuesday night.
The year-old pair was snapped in their full rocker regalia sharing a passionate kiss as the cameras rolled. Still with his guitar in hand, Rick leaned in and pushed Meryl up against her vintage Volkswagen Beetle to lock lips. While little is known about the project, seems fans will get to see both the Academy Award winning actress and the pop star in very different lights.
Before things heated up by her car, Meryl walked along with the Jessie's Girl singer throwing his arm around her. In the film, the Into The Woods star plays Ricki an aging rocker and she certainly dressed the part.
For the scene, which saw her and her on-screen beau stroll through the darken streets of Yonkers, Meryl was dressed in a pair of tight black leggings with a sparky blue tank, the obligatory motorcycle leather jacket and a pair of buckled boots.
Saucy scene: The year-old pair was snapped in their full rocker regalia sharing a passionate kiss as the cameras rolled. Dressed the party: Playing a rocker, Meryl was dressed in a pair of tight black leggings with a sparky blue tank, the obligatory motorcycle leather jacket and a pair of buckled boots.
Carrying a suitcase, the iconic actress' look was made even more different to her usual appearance with the star wearing long blonde hair extensions that were braided on one side.
Meryl also wore heavy makeup and lashings of red lipstick. Rick meanwhile, plays an as yet unnamed character who is a band member with a crush on Meryl's rocker by night grocery store clerk by day Rickie. If their kiss is anything to go by, seems the pop star's character does get a chance to be with the object of his desire.
Different look: Carrying a suitcase, the iconic actress' look was made even more different to her usual appearance with the star wearing long blonde hair extensions that were braided on one side.
Sporting a beard and long hair, Rick dressed in the classic rocker look of black jeans, a band T-shirt and a leather vest.
The film is due out next year and follows Meryl's character 'who chased her musical dreams at the price of her family - and is given one last chance to, perhaps, make things right' with her estranged daughter, played by Mamie Gummer.
Character chameleon: Before she rocks, the Academy Award winner will be getting in touch with her evil side in Into The Woods. Writer Diablo told THR Meryl had to learn the guitar, as the director insisted her band's songs are recorded live. Watching her come along has been really inspiring.
You might hear some Lady Gaga in there. The post- Battlestar shift made sense on paper. So Syfy doubled down on light, sci-fi-themed procedurals. What that speaks to is an opportunity to re-own the genre and be at the forefront of high-end buzzy, provocative storytelling — and the epiphany of that was Battlestar.
Largely in the last year, Syfy has shifted its course. But the two titles to really watch out for are space operas. The first is Ascensiona mini-series premiering in December starring Tricia Helfer Battlestar againabout a space ark launched in the s. The production includes Rachel Roberts Directed By Howard Sackler - Much Ado About Nothing (Vinyl massive set that is four stories high.
The second is The Expansebased on James S. And they have a plan. What we have in development now is more of a serious tone, more back to our roots. We have a couple really big shows that are trying to accomplish that— AscensionThe Expanse in particular, which play more toward I think the harder core sci-fi fan who used to be perceived as niche but is now mainstream and commercial in a way they have never been before.
I do think the thrust toward imagination was about broadening the programming. When you look at a show like Face OffI think that that plays to the imagination and the rebrand in a way that does not alienate the hardcore sci-fi viewers.
I do think there are instances where you have your cake and eat it too. But in terms of this new direction, I think when you look at the marketplace and you look at how passionate people are getting about shows—serialized shows specifically—the bar has been raised for the entire industry in terms of how well you have to execute your content to get that passionate core fan base that really acts as its own marketing in terms of word of mouth. Are Syfy shows being given that larger budget to have that look-feel of those shows?
A lot of people shoot up there. We have bigger budgets now. We have budgets that could compete with anybody else in basic cable. Premium cable is a different story, obviously. We are trying to bring in directors, producers, you name it, that can execute. I certainly think our shows are already looking better than they have in the past because the corporation supporting us [Comcast], and the corporation understands that we should be investing in genre right now.
So do you now think space operas can attract female viewers? I passionately believe that. When you see the things that are working … I just went to go see Guardians of the Galaxy and it was not an audience of guys. My wife enjoys Game of Thrones as much as I do. You talked about having more serious content.
In terms of the support you have, internally and from Comcast, how much creative leeway do you have? We could absolutely do that. I think sci-fi can be more provocative than any other genre. We will push it wherever we think is appropriate. If the content points you in that direction, you have to be true to the direction of the story. I definitely feel that ire from time to time. The demands we get from our audience in reality are a little different than the demand of other channels, where some of those tried-and-true formats are very much what they want.
We are going to have to invent formats that are specific for our network. I think Face Off is a great example. We had a long run with paranormal shows like Ghost Hunters and Paranormal Witness. Our audience really rejects those derivative filler reality shows.
We have to work harder with smart producers to give them a different flavor of reality TV. Come on, though, would you say that to Discovery about Ice Road Truckers? I used to watch that show waiting for one of those trucks to fall through the ice but it never, ever did.
Certain shows you just watch that way. How important is it for you guys to sort of claim that area back before somebody else does? It really is. Maybe other networks are just sort of afraid of it.
Never say never, but no immediate plans. Battlestar and Stargate had their spinoffs. But I would never close the door completely on any of those that you mentioned. And Ascension. The set is spectacular. And you have 12 Monkeys. I was on the set for a couple days in Toronto.
I really could not have been happier. Here are the five most promising that have been greenlit to air:. Mini-series; possible series.
Six hours. The show sets up an alternate version of reality in which, inPresident Kennedy and the U. They sent men, women and children into space on a century-long voyage aboard the Ascension, a massive, self-sustaining generation ship.
Their mission is to populate a new world, known as Proxima, assuring the survival of the human race. Nearly 50 years into the journey i. Premieres Dec. Series13 episodes. A complete re-imagning of the Terry Gilliam film. A time traveler from a decimated future journeys back to present day in a bid to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will pretty much annihilate the human race.
Premieres Jan. Mini-series, 6 hours. Stars Charles Dance. Based on Arthur C. Premieres The Expanse. Series, 10 episodes. Based on the series of books by James S. No date.
Series, 13 episodes. Actress Elizabeth Norment, who regularly performed on the Southern California theater circuit and recently appeared in the political drama "House of Cards," has died. Diane Bush, the owner of Leading Artists Talent Agency, which represented Norment, confirmed her death to the Los Angeles Times but could not provide additional details.
Norment graduated from Yale University in with a master's in fine arts, and performed several stage roles in Southern California in the s and early s. Elizabeth Larrabee Norment was born Dec. Her survivors include her mother, Nancy Norment McCabe, three sisters and a brother, according to the death notice.
While she was in the midst of a string of performances in the Los Angeles area in the early '90s, Norment told The Times that the chance to perform as a Shakespearean heroine had "completely rejuvenated" her love of theater. What Shakespeare's roles give back to you on your investment is just astonishing," she said.
You will never hit bottom. Here's the press release statement via Stereogum :. It was no doubt a conscious decision to work without a producer. I didn't want this to be too polished, or too 'in your face. Also, I was inspired by and picked up a lot of tricks from the producers I have worked with in the past. I like to use distortion and let things be a little overdriven, which gives things a warmer sound. Sometimes people complain that my music is too muddled, but I really do not want a modern crisp sound.
Gonzalez doesn't grant many interviews, but he spoke with Slave Magazine in February about his performing setup vs. You read it right! Romeo Santos will join Mary J. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama will host the event on the South Lawnto accommodate more guests, which will be broadcast a day later Nov.
Other appearances include Dolores Huerta and Robert F. The documentary focuses on the agriculture industry in the US and the poor conditions in which labor takes place; a problem, which has tarnished the history of this country starting from the very beginning.
The film takes place in South Florida, where farmworkers are trying to fight the global supermarket system and create conscience of who the people harvesting the food are.
The film, directed by Sanjay Rawal and produced by Smriti Keshari, Rawal and Hamilton Fishhas secured bookings at Maya Cinemas in several cities and Screen Media is handling the release of Rachel Roberts Directed By Howard Sackler - Much Ado About Nothing (Vinyl versions. The English version will be available for download on November The highly-anticipated TV tribute, which has also been dubbed a "biopic-novela," will be made up of 80 one-hour episodes that will narrate the story of Cruz's fascinating life from her birth to the height of her fame.
Filming for the TV biopic reportedly began in September, but there are still many details that will follow. Jennifer Lopez? While the icon was channeled by the multi-talented Lopez with a stellar performance at the American Music Awards last year, she would have been a good guess, but that's not the case.
In addition, Jeimy Osorio has also been cast as "an incarnation of Cruz. The ceremony is set for Nov. Nuviola also has a musical lineage that includes: her sister Lourdes Nuviola, also a singer; her niece Paola Guanche, winner of Telemundo's La Voz Kids contest; her brother, percussionist Alexander 'Pupi' Carriera, who has occasionally played in her band; and her cousin Luis Bofill, also a local musician.
Who will play Cruz's husband of 40 years? Cruz's homeland of Cuba, however, is not on the list of filming locations.
Currently, the plan is to air the show in its entirety in Latin America, Remezcla adds, but there is the hope that "HBO Latino or another network" brings it to the U. Born Ursula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad Cruz Alfonso to a working-class family in Havana inCruz began singing as a child, an interest later encouraged by her aunt, who introduced her to the world of Cuba's nightclubs, Billboard points out.
A student of Cuba's Conservatory of Music, Cruz's career took off in when she joined La Sonora Matancera, one of Cuba's most prominent dance orchestras. The vocal powerhouse embarked on a tour with La Sonora Matancera inshortly after the Cuban Revolution, and never returned to her "Cubita Linda. However, the United States welcomed her with open arms and she evolved into an international icon. Cruz launched a solo career with percussionist Tito Puente, and performed with the Fania All Stars in the s.
On Nov. With a reputation at famous comedy clubs like Gotham Comedy Club and The Laugh Factory, appearances on landmark shows and an NBC show on the way, "Erik Rivera: I'm No Expert" is just in time to introduce Rivera to those who haven't yet gotten the chance to catch a glimpse of this rising star. In caso contrario i moderatori sono autorizzati a intervenire.
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