London Alley Director Tim Mattia brings us his new video ‘Now You’re Gone’ for Tom Walker and Zara Larsson . Starring Michael Malarkey (The Vampire Diaries) & Veronica Olivier, the video depicts the highly charged and chaotic relationship between a young magician and his assistant set against the backdrop of Reno, Nevada
Love and art get entangled as we see H.E.R. working up the song in intimate moments with a close collaborator before each goes their separate ways with H.E.R. basking in the adoration of a huge audience and her (former) man composing himself backstage.
Fans of early 00's rom-coms should easily spot the references in this latest from Ariana Grande, in which director Hannah Lux Davis casts the pop star and some notable cameos into scenes directly inspired by Mean Girls, Legally Blonde and more.
A tribute to that lifelong friend who pushes you to be brave, even if it leads to reckless abandon, and even if that friend is just what your imagination requires in order to get you to do what needs to get done.
David Ayer, who wrote Training Day and directed Suicide Squad, takes us, and these three music stars, into the world of his forthcoming Netflix movie Bright (which was also teased in Bastille's latest video).
"1-800-273-8255" is the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. That's pretty much all you need to know about this powerful music video that stars a few recognizable Hollywood faces, but all acting to support a message about love, acceptance and choices.
Spoiler Alert: A Demi Lovato party has a better guestlist than whoever shows up at your shindig. The party in question includes appearances by Jamie Foxx, Paris Hilton and Wiz Khalifa, some of which is captured via self-shot lofi clips for a "you are there" vibe.
Well, they do say that Milf does the body good. Or, maybe it's milk. I forget. Either way, here's Fergie showing that motherhood is no reason to stop flaunting what you got, as she's joined by Kim Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, Alessandra Ambrosio, Ciara and other MILFs in surreal and sexy, yet wholesome suburan bliss.
What if the walls of that seedy party motel could talk and answer whether the jail cell tall tale was actually true? That's the essential premise of "These Walls," in which we explore the night in question like it was a comedic Rashomon set in the world of the Ernie Barnes Sugar Shack painting. The truth never totally unravels — especially the KDot x Terry Crews dance interlude — but perhaps the promised sequel will hold the key to it all.
PS: This video is a tale told by adults for adults. Nudity and cursing are involved. Sorry.