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Ariana Grande continues her vie for world dominance with her new song "Imagine."
Following tour dates in Europe and the West Coast, the singer-songwriter is bringing his Tough Love Tour to the East Coast.
Grande’s new single is a celebration of serial monogamy that finds the singer recounting the various men of her past.
Carly Rae Jepsen drops her new single “Party for One,” her first since “Cut to the Feeling.”
The series’s continuing appeal can be reduced entirely to the free-form environment.
Behold the disturbing footage for yourself...if you dare.
The new list is based on polling nine contributors to the site, some of whom contributed to the original list.
“The Distance,” which was co-produced by Skrillex and features Ty Dolla $ign, emerges as the album’s most radio-friendly offering so far.
The new minute-long trailer is clearly designed to sell the game’s cinematic and western bona fides.
The new trailer for Battlefield V suggest that fans of the Battlefield series are in for more tales of individual heroism.
Pop icon and political activist Barbra Streisand takes aim at President Donald Trump in the lyric video for “Don’t Lie to Me.”
The original film hasn’t aged as well as other Stephen King adaptations from the era, so it will come as a surprise to no one that a remake is on the horizon.
While this might not be the game that enthusiasts of the tactical RPG Front Mission were expecting, it may be the game they deserve.
The satirical film tells the story of how a progressive grad student becomes an accidental battle rapper and whose success breeds outrage.
When it comes to all things Kingdom Hearts, our feelings toward the franchise are torn.
Will the rapport between the game’s trio of protagonists enough to elevate Mutant Year Zero beyond all of its tactical staples?
Carey’s quasi-optimistic new single is barely worthy of album-track status.
Three years after he hit paydirt and a bonanza of critical acclaim for The Big Short, Adam McKay is back with Vice.