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New Trailer For Next Tom Hanks Drama ‘A Hologram for the King’ Available Now

Tom Hanks‘ next project since last year’s Bridge of Spies with director Steven Spielberg (Saving Private Ryan, Lincoln) is a new drama called A Hologram for the King from writer/director Tom Tykwer (Heaven, Cloud Atlas). The film is based on the novel by author Dave Eggers, about a failed American businessman who looks to regain his losses by selling his product to a wealthy Saudi Arabian monarch. Also starring in the film are actors Ben Whishaw (Spectre, The Danish Girl), Tom Skerritt (Alien, Top Gun), Sarita Choudhury (Lady in the Water, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1), and Sidse Babett Knudsen (After the Wedding, The Duke of Burgundy). The latest trailer is now available here on MADE. Check it out before you see it this weekend. Enjoy!

24th James Bond Film ‘Spectre’ Now Playing In Theaters Nationwide

Fans of the James Bond film franchise will once again get to see Daniel Craig (Casino Royale, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) grace the screen as the infamous British Secret Service agent. Spectre is the first release in the series since 2012’s Skyfall, and is once again being directed by Oscar-winning Skyfall and American Beauty director Sam Mendes. Spectre will see the character of Bond return to his roots, as he embarks on a mission to uncover the top secret criminal organization known as SPECTRE, while M fights struggles to keep the British government from dismantling the Secret Service. This is the same criminal organization that the character faced in the Sean Connery films, and first appeared in the Bond novels by author Ian Fleming. Skyfall writers John Logan, Neal Purvis, and Robert Wade penned the script for the new film with screenwriter Jez Butterworth (Get On Up, Edge of Tomorrow). Continue reading

Watch The New Trailer For Upcoming Bond Film ‘Spectre’ With Daniel Craig


The new trailer for the upcoming 24th installment in the James Bond franchise, titled Spectre, debuted during Game 3 of the 2015 NBA Playoffs this week. Once again starring Daniel Craig (Road to Perdition, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) in the title role, the film will bring Craig’s Bond story full circle as he finally comes face-to-face with the secret organization he has been hunting since his first outing in Casino Royale. If you’re not familiar with the series history, let me clue-you-in. In author Ian Fleming‘s original Bond novels, and the original Sean Connery films in the 1960s, Bond was always faced with a scheme carried out by a different member of the SPECTRE organization, whose leader was revealed as Ernst Stavro Blofeld in You Only Live Twice (1967), and who remained Bond’s primary nemesis until Connery’s last series appearance in Diamonds Are Forever (1971). The character and organization essentially disappeared from the series after Roger Moore took over the part for Live and Let Die (1973). The new film, Spectre, will now bring Bond back to his roots, as the new plot finds him tracking the scope of the organization’s reach in Britain’s political system while M struggles to keep the secret service from being dismantled. Returning to reprise their roles from Skyfall are actors Ralph Fiennes (The Constant Gardener, The Grand Budapest Hotel), Naomie Harris (28 Days Later, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest), and Ben Whishaw (I’m Not There, Cloud Atlas), along with new cast members Dave Bautista (Riddick, Guardians of the Galaxy), Monica Bellucci (Malena, The Matrix Reloaded), Lea Seydoux (Inglorious Basterds, Blue Is The Warmest Color), and Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained, Big Eyes). Skyfall director Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Revolutionary Road) is returning to direct the new film from a screenplay by John Logan (Gladiator, The Aviator), and writing-team Neal Purvis and Robert Wade (The World is Not Enough, Die Another Day). The movie is due out in theaters this November. Enjoy the trailer!

Writing/Directing Duo Andy And Lana Wachowski Returning Next Month With ‘Jupiter Ascending’


The creators behind The Matrix trilogy and Cloud Atlas are returning next month with a new project titled Jupiter Ascending, starring Mila Kunis (Black Swan, Ted), Channing Tatum (21 Jump Street, White House Down), and Eddie Redmayne (Les Miserables, The Theory of Everything). The film takes place in a futuristic world in which the Queen of the Universe elects a young human woman for assassination in an effort to ensure her Reign will continue. The movie is written and directed by filmmaking siblings Andy and Lana Wachowski, and like The Matrix and Cloud Atlas, the visual effects look outstanding. As for how great a movie it will be as a whole, however, I’m not so sure. The Matrix movies were all pretty great, but Cloud Atlas wasn’t particularly well received by audiences owing to the fact that the story jumped around a lot and was harder to follow at times, but maybe this one will have a much smoother flow to it. We’ll find out February 6th. In the meantime you can watch the trailer here on MADE.

Adam DeGross Captures “Make Some Noise”

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All Photos shot by Adam DeGross

Photographer Adam DeGross caught a bunch of dope pictures during Sean Anonymous & DJ Name’s “Make Some Noise”. Check out a few of the pics and click the link below if you want to see the full album.

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Adam DeGross “Make Some Noise” Photos

Sean Anonymous 7″ Release & Birthday Party

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Location: 701 First Ave N, Minneapolis
When: Saturday, January 11th @ 7:30PM

Minneapolis spitter Sean Anonymous will be holding his birthday party at First Avenue tonight. The event’s lineup is STACKED with artists like Toki Wright, Dem Atlas, Dream Crusher, Big Cats & DJ Name all providing sounds. Tickets are only $10 in advance ($12 at the door), and the event is 18+; this should definitely be a good time so make sure to come out. Click the link below to cop your tickets and stay tuned for that 7 inch.

Sean Anonymous LIVE at First Ave: Tickets

Rap For Life 3: Domestic Abuse Awareness Benefit

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Location: 629 Cedar Avenue, Minneapolis
When: Friday, December 6th @ 8PM

Chris Jensen and Ashley Seeler are teaming up once again to bring together another dope show for a dope cause. You may remember Rap For Life 1 & 2, which raised awareness for suicide and chemical dependency; now the two have their sites on domestic abuse. The show will be held at the Triple Rock and will feature a plethora of artists including: Kill The Vultures, Bomba De Luz w/ Dem Atlas, Christopher Michael Jensen, Ceewhy + Gorilla Panic and Meteor Mouth as well as spoken word by Ashley Seeler, Phil Barnes and Matia Angelene. This one’s 18+ and is only $10, 50% of the proceeds being donated to Domestic Abuse Project; an organization right here in the Twin Cities. If you’re looking for something to do while also making a difference look no further than Rap For Life 3 tomorrow, check out their website below to donate or for more info.

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deM atlaS Signs to Rhymesayers ENT

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Minneapolis’ own deM atlaS took to Twitter the other day to announce that he has signed to Rhymesayers Entertainment. No word on what the deal holds or what he has planned, but this is definitely a good look for the young MC. Stay tuned for more info as deM atlaS makes himself home at Rhymesayers.

FREE Halloween Show Features BeastHead, deM atlaS & The Turnups

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Location: 329 Cedar Ave S, Minneapolis
When: Thursday, October 31st @ 10PM

Still looking for something to do on Halloween? BeastHead, deM atlas & The Turnups will all be live at The Acadia Café tonight for a FREE show that’s looking to be a great time. This IS a Halloween party so all attendees are expected to be in costume, but I’m sure you wont be turned away if you aren’t dressed for the occasion. This should definitely be a good time so if you don’t have anything going on you should come on down and enjoy some dope local music.

Ben Whishaw Being Eyed By Queen For Freddie Mercury Biopic

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Skyfall was one of the most successful films in the James Bond franchise, and marked a lot of firsts for modern Bond films. Ralph Fiennes brought a male actor back to the role of ‘M’ after Judi Dench’s character, who was the first to portray ‘M’ as a female alongside Pierce Brosnan in 1995’s Goldeneye, was killed off. The roots of Bond’s secretary, Moneypenny, were also explored in more detail for the first time in Bond history, spanning back to the 1950s when the first novel, Casino Royale, was published. Skyfall also marked the return of Bond’s Quartermaster, portrayed in almost every single film by the late Desmond Llewelyn, who made his first appearance as ‘Q’ with Sean Connery in From Russia With Love (1963), and his last with Brosnan in The World Is Not Enough (1999). The role of ‘Q’ was briefly taken over by John Cleese in Die Another Day (the character being given the initial ‘R’ in order to follow ‘Q’), but with Skyfall, a youthful and fresh face was called for to take on the character, and ended up going to actor Ben Whishaw. Whishaw has made appearances in such films as Layer Cake, I’m Not There (in which he portrayed a personality of Bob Dylan), and Cloud Atlas, and is now being eyed by British rock band Queen to play the part of their late lead-singer, Freddie Mercury, in an upcoming biopic.

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As of now there is only a script by Peter Morgan on the table, so details regarding production and a release date are still to be determined, but if the band members think Whishaw a good choice to portray Freddie, we may see him taking on his first major lead role. The actor is already in talks for another Bond film, and is currently filming a project titled Heart of the Sea, but if he agrees to take the Mercury role, we could see the film come out some time around 2016. Stay tuned to MADE for more details.