There’s more Art than Pop on the title track to Lady Gaga’s “ArtPop.”
After releasing the catchy, if somewhat generic pop/R&B track, “Do What U Want,” featuring R. Kelly earlier this week, she returns with this esoteric 90-second snippet of “ArtPop.” It has real possibilities as a dance track if some smart remixers get their hands on it, but it’s too quirky for much else.
As she sings, “We could, we could, we could belong together. ArtPop, ArtPop,” she seems determined to convince us on this project that Art and Pop aren’t mutually exclusive. I’m not sure who she’s trying to persuade...
“ArtPop” comes out Nov. 11. Are you excited to hear the full album?
Latest Blog Posts
There’s more Art than Pop on the title track to Lady Gaga’s “ArtPop.”
Report: Amy Poehler & Tina Fey will each make up to $4M each time they host the Golden Globes
"Tina and Amy decided to ask for the craziest package ever given to awards hosts," a source tells RadarOnline, adding: "They are each being paid more than any Oscar host in history with the exception of Billy Crystal."
Janeane Garofalo joins Bravo's "The Girlfriends Guide to Divorce"
She'll play Lisa Edelstein's friend in the Marti Noxon dramedy about a woman hiding her separation from her husband.
Kevin Connolly on "Entourage" movie: "There's nobody holding out"
Connolly was confronted about the "Entourage" holdout on Jimmy Fallon. PLUS: "Entourage" creator Doug Ellin was told by the real Ari the movie is happening, and Rex Lee joins an ABC Family pilot.
Watch Lisa Kudrow's "Scandal" debut
The former "Friends" star makes her debut this week as a Democratic congresswoman.
Pauly D reveals he has a love child
"I'm proud I'm a father," says the former "Jersey Shore" star after a paternity test confirmed he's the father.
Mitch Hurwitz wants Ricky Gervais on "Arrested Development," reveals alternate casting ideas
Hurwitz last night said some of the original names thrown around for "Arrested Development" more than a decade ago included Robert De Niro, Josh Radnor and Aida Turturro. PLUS: Hurwitz wants an "Arrested" movie and a Season 5.
"Mom" and "Hostages" ratings improve for the 1st time
The Anna Faris comedy saw a boost thanks to a Monday airing of "The Big Bang Theory."
Cemetery removes an Iraq war veteran's "SpongeBob" tombstone
The family of Kimberly Walker, 28, put up a 7-foot tombstone in the likeness of her favorite cartoon. But cemetery officials found the tombstone inappropriate.
How "Scandal" beat "Homeland" at its own game
As Alyssa Rosenberg points out, "'Scandal' is full of rogues, and clear about the damage they do to each other and the country, and makes us enjoy it anyway. 'Homeland,' by contrast, keeps subverting its institutional critiques to personal relationships."
Melissa McCarthy sticks up for Elle
"What I found so bizarre is I picked the coat," she says of her controversial cover.
"Lost's" Cynthia Watros lands on MTV
She'll star in the drama "Finding Carter."
Married Katherine McPhee caught kissing her "Smash" director
McPhee, who has been married since 2008, was captured kissing Michael Morris, who is married to Mary McCormack.
"The Blacklist" added a record-breaking 6.5 million viewers from DVR users
That breaks the 5.7 million-viewing record from "The Big Bang Theory" premiere.
It's really hard to hide the disdain this pundit has for the Hollywood Film Awards. There may be no less authentic awards ceremony during awards season. Honestly, it's pretty much pointless and just an exercise for potential nominees to practice their speeches and red carpet talking points. Damn you Kanye West for giving the event any sort of relevancy.
"Dancing" tosses out last week's votes after showing the wrong numbers on screen
The glitch resulted in no one being eliminated this week.
Sarah Silverman posts her failed 2012 NBC pilot on YouTube
Silverman was given permission by the studio to post "Susan 313" on her YouTube channel. The comedy pilot stars Tig Notaro, Harris Wittels and June Diane Raphael, with a guest appearance by Jeff Goldblum.
Alec Baldwin & Jimmy Fallon create their own '80s cop show
Check out "Point Pleasant Police Department."
Kim Kardashian & Kanye West get engaged at San Francisco Giants stadium
Kanye hired a 50-piece orchestra to play Lana Del Rey's "Young and Beautiful" and Keri Hilson, Ne-Yo and West's 'Knock You Down."
Ex-"Bachelorette" Melissa Rycroft is pregnant again
Rycroft announced she's expecting her second child.
The winners of the Academy's annual Nicholls Fellowship in Screenwriting rarely get too much attention, gien that these new writers and their scripts are completely unknown quantities. Still, it's worth keeping these names in mind, since every now and then, a Nicholls winner makes it to the screen with some success. One of 2010's choices, for example, was Destin Daniel Cretton's much-beloved indie "Short Term 12"; 1992 winner Susannah Grant went on to write the Oscar-nominated script for "Erin Brockovich." Perhaps similar things await the writers of this year's five winners: "Legion," "Joe Banks," "Jersey City Story," "Queen of Hearts" and "Sugar in My Veins." [AMPAS]
If you have not see Paramount's upcoming "Bad Grandpa," and you're interested it in seeing it, then might I recommend that you not watch the new red-band trailer for the film?
Here's my thinking: part of the thrill of seeing the film, as with every film in the "Jackass" series, comes from the surprise of how the gags unfold. Some of the set-ups are obvious, but what really makes the film work is seeing how the jokes play out and seeing how they play variations on the gag.
Running this sort of red-band R-rated trailer gives you a good idea of just how far the film is willing to go for a joke. The vending machine joke that opens the trailer is far more visually upsetting than this lets on, and there's a sequence they show a bit of that comes later in the film that is absolutely insane.
Fox delays "Almost Human" premiere to give it an NFL boost
The J.J. Abrams robot cop drama, originally slated to premiere on Nov. 4, will debut as part of a two-night event, starting Sunday Nov. 17 after Fox's NFL game. That means "Bones" will stay in its Monday timeslot the next few weeks.
"Everybody Loves Raymond" creator teams with Henry Winkler for an ABC sitcom pilot
The project will be a family affair, with Winkler's son producing and his wife playing his on-screen wife.
Don't call what "Homeland" did a twist: "It's cheating. It's hackery"
"You can't use the camera to both deceive and to lie outright to the viewer," says Tim Goodman of this week's episode. PLUS: Dick Cheney feared a real-life "Homeland" scenario in 2007.
"Orange is the New Black" will soon become Netflix's most-watched original series
The prison series is expected to surpass "House of Cards" by the end of the year. PLUS: Netflix will double spending on original series next year.
"Revenge" appears to be back on track
Season 3 is correcting the wrongs of Season 2.
"The Middle's" Neil Flynn will reunite with former "Scrubs" boss Bill Lawrence
Flynn will guest on Lawrence's new Fox comedy, "Surviving Jack."
"Girl Meets World" may reveal what happened to Mr. Turner from "Boy Meets World"
The motorcycle-riding homeroom teacher was last heard from when he got into an accident.
Canadian authorities drug bust nets 40 pounds of blue meth
Just like the blue meth on "Breaking Bad."
"SNL's" Vanessa Bayer was a "Late Night" intern for Conan O'Brien
Bayer talks about returning to 30 Rock, auditioning for "SNL" and creating her Miley Cyrus character.
Padma Lakshmi gains 15 pounds every "Top Chef" cycle
She also tells Fitness magazine she goes up two dress sizes from the reality show.
"The Blacklist's" potential problem: Finding enough compelling bad guys
Are there enough bad guys as interesting as James Spader's character?
"The Good Wife" is getting shaken up
Next week's episode changes everything.
Nickelodeon renews "Haunted Hathaways" and "See Dad Run"
They'll be back for a 2nd and 3rd season, respectively.
Aziz Ansari: Broadway bound?
The "Parks and Rec" star is hoping to bring his new material to Broadway.
VH1's "CrazySexyCool" is more of a checklist of TLC's accomplishments
The biopic will convince you, though, what a great group TLC was.
Lady Gaga and Katy Perry have more in common than you might think.
Once you're done with that, go have fun with another recent HitFix feature: the movies of Arnold Schwarzenegger vs. Sylvester Stallone!
A review of tonight's "How I Met Your Mother" coming up just as soon as I convince you to call me The Convincer...
From the list of film critics' first world problems, "party exhaustion" must be among the most supremely dickish, so let me just say that the London Film Festival came to a close with a very full final weekend -- in addition to her bold programming and tight organization, Clare Stewart (now in her second year as director of the LFF) has made an already enjoyable festival more convivial and night-owl-oriented than ever before. And indeed, they had much to celebrate this year -- not least the world premiere of "Saving Mr. Banks," a grand coup for a fest that usually cedes such major debuts to the likes of Toronto and New York. Last night's closing bash, decked out in "Mary Poppins"-themed umbrellas and cherry trees, was suitably boastful.