Rebel Wilson: Portraying a Different Character for a New Romantic Comedy Movie

Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema will be releasing a whole new rom-com fantasy movie next year. “Isn’t It Romantic,” a movie directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson, will be released on Valentine’s Day. In the United States, Warner Bros. gained the rights to distribute the movie, while the United Kingdom had Netflix releasing the film next year. Learn more about Rebel Wilson: https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2018/10/pitch-perfect-4-rebel-wilson and https://www.broadway.com/buzz/194108/rebel-wilson-to-play-jennyanydots-in-cats-film/

The writers who drafted the story for the film stated that they wanted to put a new twist on the rom-com genre, and they thought that adding a fantasy element to the movie would make it more appealing. The director also chose Rebel Wilson to play Natalie, the protagonist in the movie, because of her skill in being a comedic actor and her lovable character.

Rebel Wilson has been doing rom-com since she started her career in Hollywood, most notably “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” “How to be Single,” and “A Few Best Men.” However, she became more popular after she portrayed the character of Fat Amy in the Pitch Perfect movie series. This time, Rebel Wilson promises a whole new story for her fans, stating that “Isn’t It Romantic” would not be their typical rom-com movie.

The film also stars Liam Hemsworth, who plays an Australian client named Blake; Adam DeVine, who plays the character of Josh, one of Natalie’s best friend; and Priyanka Chopra, who plays as a yoga instructor who would later develop feelings for Josh. Betty Gilpin, Brandon Scott Jones, Tom Ellis, and Jennifer Saunders will also be appearing in the film taking up supporting roles. Read more:  Rebel Wilson Joins Cats Movie Musical and Rebel Wilson Isn’t it Romantic First Book

The first trailer for the film was released on November 1, 2018. According to the trailer, Natalie was a hopeless romantic who grew up tired seeing other people’s relationship succeed. Rebel Wilson was a fan of rom-com movies when she was younger, but her attitude towards romance grew bitter as she learned about the harsh reality of life.

Despite her bitter feeling towards romance, she is still longing to find her true love, and she keeps on searching for them through blind dates, mobile apps, and social media. One day, she decided to meet up with a guy on the subway, who turned out to be a robber. Natalie hit a metal beam as she runs away from the robber, and she fainted. Follow Rebel Wilson on Instagram

She wakes up in a different world – one that she recognizes, but she felt like a stranger. Her friends and family are still around, but she noticed several changes, especially to her lifestyle and her wealth. She later realizes that she is living in an alternate reality, where-in rom-com elements have taken over and everywhere she goes, people are showing their affection towards their partner.

Wilson later meets up a guy named Blake, who would eventually become their love interest in the film. The director of “Isn’t It Romantic” promises the public that they will love the characters in the film, and the story will leave them satisfied with how the story unfolds. Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema invite everyone to bring their loved one to the movies and watch the newest rom-com offering from the studio.

GreenSky Bluegrass Announces Vinyl Pressing Of Classic Album

GreenSky Bluegrass has some huge things in the works for the rest of 2018 and the start of 2019. Recently, they announced that their 2006 album Tuesday Letter will be released for the first time ever on 180G vinyl. You’ll be able to order the album at their online store for preorder on November 23. Their shows keep selling out as they travel around the United States promoting their upcoming album All For Money. One of the most recent sold-out shows took place on Friday and Saturday the weekend after Thanksgiving at Kalamazoo State in Michigan.

In 2000, GreenSky Bluegrass was founded in the very city that they recently sold out twice in. They originally formed the band with just 3 members before later growing to include 5. While their name may have the word “bluegrass” in it, they are far from your stereotypical bluegrass band. Their music certainly has the same feeling like the genre but with other sounds like rock and stringband. Everything about the band has evolved since they were first formed including their stage show. What started off as a simple show now includes a light show and other special effects.

Their newest album All For Money is scheduled for release on January 18, 2019, but can be preordered now. They will also be starting a winter tour at the start of 2019 on January 10 in Albany, New York. The tour will continue until their last show in Detroit, Michigan on February 9. Some of the other bands featured on the upcoming GreenSky Bluegrass tour will include the Cris Jacobs Band, Circles Around The Sun, and Billy Strings. More musicians are expected to be announced as the tour dates approach.

The band now consists of Dave Bruzza on guitar, Paul Hoffman on Mandolin, Michael Arlen Bont on banjo, Michael Devol on bass, and Anders Beck on Dobro. Greensky Bluegrass appeared on the main stage of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival in 2007 after being named the winners of their 2006 band competition. It was after this that they recorded Tuesday Letter which will soon be available on vinyl.

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The Chainsmokers: Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart

When the Chainsmokers formed in 2012 they barely knew each other. Introduced by mutual friend Adam Alpert, who also manages the duo, Alex Pall needed a second DJ for his duo. Andrew Taggart knew Alpert as well and Alpert thought they’d made a good fit, so he introduced them. The chemistry was instant and the Chainsmokers was formed. Taggart moved from Maine to New York City, both quit their day jobs and they began DJing together every day for up to 10+ hours a day.

 

In 2014 they got their first live gig and the next year they released their debut EP, “Bouque.” In the years since then they have released a couple more EPs (“Collage” and “Sick Boy”) and a full-length album (“Memories…Do Not Open”) in addition to numerous singles.

 

The duo have a philosophy when it comes to how they release music: Release it in the format they think it will be best in. What this means is that they look at their music and determine where it fits best. They like their albums and EPs to have a consistency to them, whereas the singles can be released to stand on their own as they tend to be more unique in their sound.

 

This allows them to experiment more with music. Pall and Taggart are both fans of much more than dance music and they like to integrate these interests into their music by splicing elements of other genres into their songs. They also like to collaborate with other DJs such as DJ Tiesto and Halsey, in addition to many others. Taggart himself has done some vocals for a couple of songs. These singles have dealt with experiences and feelings from real life the duo wanted to write about, moving the songs past being dance tunes.

 

The Chainsmokers take a similar view for their live shows. After a poorly reviewed live show on MTV in 2016 the duo has stepped its live game up. They now put a lot more heart and work into each individual show, trying to give their fans a unique performance instead of just a rote DJ set.

 

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