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[CREATIVES] BUT WHY! SOMEONE JUST MADE A MASHUP OF DRAKE’ VIEWS AND GAME OF THRONES AND IT IS UNDOUBTEDLY EPIC. TAKE A LOOK:
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Tony K, a Detroit-based producer, just made a mashup of some of Drake’s better songs and the music of Game of Thrones, called Views From the Throne because … well, it’s hard coming up with a good reason for why someone would do this, but it’s fun to listen to regardless.   (Last year, Tony K engineered a similar GOT concoction, but with Tupac tracks.) Most of the Drake cuts in this mashup are from his earlier work, and a...

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Wednesday, 19 July 2017
[GOOD NEWS]#HBO: FRAGGLE ROCK IS COMING BACK TO TV!
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 Yes Fraggle Rock is coming back to TV! The children’s series, which aired on HBO in the 1980s (and some local Nigerian channels) will soon be available to watch again in digitally remastered form, as reports from reliable sources confirmed. The puppet show followed a bunch of Jim Henson-created characters and originally ran from 1983 to 1987. The Fraggles, Doozers and Gorgs played music and interacted with each other underground despite huge differences in their ways of life. HBO confirms that the series will...

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Monday, 10 October 2016
[AD OF THE WEEK] #GQSELLOUT: BTS HBO SERIES TURNED INTO ONE ‘DARN’ HILARIOUS BRANDED CONTENT. WATCH EXPLICIT VIDEO:
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​             Danny McBride: Comedian US men’s style magazine GQ has published a new digital short starring actors Danny McBride and Walton Goggins as brand mascots who are jaded, irritable, Class-A @#holes. The two-and-a-half-minute film is titled ‘Sellout’, and is part of a promotion for the HBO black comedy series Vice Principals, that places high school administrators in a wholly different light.  McBride (who is also the co-creator of the series) and Goggins play the leads....

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Friday, 02 September 2016
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New animated series “Abdullah X” aims to steeryoung Muslim minds away from extremism Cartoon was created by a British former extremist.The series is aimed at countering the online propaganda of groups like ISIS. “Abdullah X,” the new Web-only cartoon series, is the tale of a young Muslim man in London who is struggling with his identity and his faith. It is a story that its creator, a former extremist who spoke to sources on condition of anonymity, knows all too...

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Wednesday, 08 October 2014