Frank Ocean headlined FYF Fest in Los Angeles last night, and he made sure his performance was one to remember. In addition to bringing out Brad Pitt and having Spike Jonze live filming, Ocean busted out an awesome cover of Nigerian musician Steve Monite's 1984 disco classic "Only You." Watch below.
Spike Jonze's 1994 video for the Beastie Boys banger "Sabotage" is one of the all-time great music videos, a fake opening-credits sequence for a '70s cop show that really should've existed. Follow That Bird, meanwhile, is a 1985 movie about a villainous giant-bird social worker who tries to make Big Bird leave Sesame Street and…
Mike Carroll discusses growing up in San Francisco, riding for H-Street, skating Embarcadero, what the EMB crew used instead of wax, quitting H-Street to ride for Plan B, starting Girl Skateboards with Rick Howard, Spike Jonze, and Megan Baltimore, how the name for Lakai came about, the proper names for tricks, the new Lakai video […]
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Do you remember when you had to play a tree in your grade-school play? Some of that performance experience might come in handy if you’re ever auditioning for Spike Jonze.“The only note I got from my agent was that they wanted me to dance like a tree,” said Leftovers actress ... More »
Margaret Qualley, the star of Kenzo’s viral perfume ad, had to audition for Jonze by dancing like a tree.
In 2004, Spike Jonze had already made Being John Malkovich and Adaptation, and he'd mostly retired from making music videos. There were, however, exceptions. Jonze, for instance, couldn't resist the opportunity to give Ludacris gigantic...Show More Summary
One of the tracks on Future's new self-titled album samples Arcade Fire. As the ArcadeFireTube fan page points out, "Might As Well" uses a sample from "Owl," a track from the Canadian band's soundtrack to Spike Jonze's 2013 film Her. Find the credit and listen to both songs below. Future – "Might as…
Future released his new self-titled album on Friday and one of the standout tracks is “Might as Well.” In a surprise twist, the song samples Arcade Fire and Owen Pallett’s “Owl,” which appeared on the soundtrack to Spike Jonze’s 2013 romantic sci-fi drama Her, as Arcade Fire Tube points out. Show More Summary
We totally swooned over 'I'm Here,' Creator Spike Jonze's latest short film.
Unlike the much-celebrated early work of Michel Gondry or Spike Jonze, whose music videos are considered on par with their eventual feature films, David Fincher’s pop videos are generally thought of as merely an interesting addendum to his later work. Show More Summary
As Viceland marks one year since its launch this month, the cable network, a joint venture between Vice Media and A+E Networks, has promoted Derek Freda and Guy Slattery to co-presidents. Both have been with Viceland since its inception...Show More Summary
John Malkovich is no stranger to identity crises, having served as the muse for Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman’s surrealist comic masterpiece Being John Malkovich. Still, the celebrated actor was in for a surprise when he attemptedShow More Summary
In 2006, Beck made an underrated mid career gem called The Information. Near the end, he discussed the concept of the consummate album with Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers. They describe it as everything from an illuminated manuscript handwritten repeatedly by Monks to the superhuman exoskeleton... Continue reading
AMSTERDAM—Actress Margaret Qualley winked, strutted and laser-blasted her way into the hearts of judges at this year's Epica Awards, where her long-form ad for Kenzo Parfums has won the Grand Prix in film. Directed by Spike Jonze asShow More Summary
Tommy Guerrero and Mark Gonzales return for more BS with TG about everything from making Video Days with Spike Jonze to picking their favorite skaters and beyond.
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With the advent of technological helpmates like Siri and Alexa, it’s probably not long before we’re all living in a version of reality that feels a lot like Spike Jonze’s Her — or Iron Man, if you’re Mark Zuckerberg. The Facebook founder has been working to build his own A.I. Show More Summary
Spike Jonze, one of the greatest music-video directors in the history of the medium, doesn’t direct too many videos these days; the last thing he did was a clip for a Sam Spiegel & Ape Drums track that doubled as a Kenzo ad. But somehow, he’s teamed up with the energetic young rap star Lil […]
Spike Jonze's one-act play for Opening Ceremony, Naomi Campbell outshines Kendall Jenner, David Beckham supports his wife and more from Day 4 of New York Fashion Week.