If you’re a big Liberace fan who never got the chance to see the famed pianist perform, you are in luck. It’s being reported that Liberace will be going on a world tour, beginning with a “return” performance in Las Vegas, Nevada. IfShow More Summary
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Everything about this sounds AH-mazing! On Thursday, it was announced that the late Liberace will tour the world… as a HOLOGRAM. Ha — who knew the demand for a virtual Liberace was so high?! Thanks to the partnership of the Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts and Hologram USA, the Liberace hologram will tour the world [...]
Via the Hollywood Reporter: In partnership with the Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts, Hologram USA reported that it has started work on a hologram-like version of the famous entertainer for a feature-length live show that be would staged in such a way that "Liberace" would be able to interact with the audience. Show More Summary
The flamboyant star will be resurrected for a full-scale, long-running show. read more
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Our first look at the upcoming Jem and the Holograms ongoing series by Kelly Thompson was appropriately exciting, but this latest image, which shows the Hologram's rivals, has us even more pumped. The hair! The outfits! Yes, please! Plus, Thompson also recently spoke about the diversity on the original show, and how their modern version strives to uphold that legacy.
We are beyond thrilled that Kelly Thompson is writing the comic book adaptation of the beloved 1980s cartoon Jem and the Holograms. We're debuting the second comic cover featuring the rocking Misfits, and chatted with Thompson and series artist Ross Campbell about how they've updated the outrageous Jem. Read more...
"Jem & the Holograms" return, Joe Casey & Jim Mahfood remix "Miami Vice" and the next great "Transformers" epic begins in March at IDW Publishing.
Next year we'll likely see Tom Hanks in the adaptation of Dave Eggers' novel A Hologram for a King, though no specific release date has been revealed. And now Deadline reports Hanks is looking at taking on another one of Eggers' books. Show More Summary
Why star in one Dave Eggers adaptation when you could potentially star in two? After wrapping up a lead role in the adaptation of 2012's A Hologram for the King, Tom Hanks might take a double dose of Eggers with The Spectacular Now director James Ponsoldt's adaptation of Eggers's novel The... More »
Chris Pratt gave an emotional performance Saturday at the wrap party for "Parks and Recreation"... all to pay tribute to one of Pawnee's finest treasures -- Lil Sebastian.There was no hologram horse -- but Pratt belted out the Mouse Rat song…
-Arnold Furnace, Australia brought together friends and family with “Holiday Holograms” for Jack Daniel’s (video above). -GNC is reviewing its media account. -Digiday suggests “Five New Year’s Resolutions for Brands.” -Las Vegas-based...Show More Summary
Where things really differ with Kendrick is the factor of accessibility. "Authenticity" is cited as the reason why we've fallen for Jennifer Lawrence. She's a refreshingly "real" woman (the others presumably holograms, whose scientific makeup renders them incapable of admitting how much they love eating, being goofy and hot dogs). Show More Summary
We've told you guys about TruTV's Fake Off, where "faking" teams frequently use awesome tech to make their performances come to life. In this exclusive clip for TMS from the show's finale this upcoming Monday, artists Freelusion USA make use of 3D hologram scrims, and it features a pretty impressive performance from 41-year-old Hungarian team leader, Timea Papp.
Thanks to its unusually fast production time, South Park has managed to stay relevant, even after airing for almost 20 years. This… Read More
Stereogum recaps: South Park closed out its 18th season with a slew of musical “guest stars” that have generated a lot of criticism and discussion this year. There’s a hologram of Kurt Cobain, performances from Taylor Swift and Iggy Azalea, and Stan’s dad resurfaces as Lorde, again. Show More Summary
South Park closed out its 18th season with a slew of musical “guest stars” that have generated a lot of criticism and discussion this year. There’s a hologram of Kurt Cobain, performances from Taylor Swift and Iggy Azalea, and Stan’s dad resurfaces as Lorde, again. There are several duets throughout — Azalea performs “A Holly [...]
Taylor Swift, Tupac and Michael Jackson holograms also make "appearances."
Holograms are generally reserved for dead artists and sci-fi depictions of AI, but Paul McCartney has no use for society's limited definitions of advanced technology. The music video for McCartney's Destiny song features him as a hologram, roaming th...