Archive | June, 2012

NowLive Partners With Warner Bros. Pictures to Live Stream Rock of Ages Premiere and After Party

8 Jun

Want to attend the premiere of Rock of Ages and check out all the rockin red carpet fashions without an invite? Well, now you can thanks to NowLive.

Tonight, at 8:45P PST/ 11:45P EST, event production and live streaming company NowLive, together with Warner Bros. Pictures, will stream the official red carpet premiere and live after party for Rock of Ages fans worldwide. A live, post-performance Q & A with Bret Michaels, Rick “Sav” Savage and Joe Elliott will be hosted by Riki Rachtman.  Fans can tune into the official livestream on the Rock of Ages Facebook page via NowLive’s streaming platform with multi-camera controls and live chat.

If you aren’t familiar already, NowLive is a live event production and streaming company providing the entertainment industry with a solution for events such as red carpet premieres, awards shows, cast chats, concerts and original productions. Comprised of a team of Hollywood digital alums, NowLive provides studios, networks and record labels an interactive platform which allows fans a new way to experience and socially engage in live events.

Check out their website for more here and share your thoughts on NowLive in the comments below. Are you into it or do you think there are better means to live streaming video?

Glamour Teams Up With Spotify to Create a Soundtrack for the July Issue

5 Jun

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The former Dancing With the Stars darling’s career is moving fast with one of the hottest movie of the summer, Rock of Ages, in theaters June 15th. Now, Julianne Hough shows off her “glam rock” look, talks to Glamour about Ryan Seacrest, Tom Cruise, and triumphing over her past. Glamour’s June issue is available on newsstands and digitally (iPad, Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook Color) nationwide on June 12th.

Here’s where Glamour has integrated music and social into their July issue: they teamed up with Spotify to incorporate playlists throughout the magazine, glamour.com and on the iPad edition. The playlists have been handpicked by their editors, a celebrity trainer and even cover star, Julianne Hough. Spotify represents the “Hear It” portion of their “Five Senses of Summer” issue and will serve as the soundtrack to the issue…more importantly, Glamour is the first woman’s magazine to fully integrate Spotify across all of its platforms — pretty awesome! To dance along to Julianne’s Rock of Ages themed playlist, click here:http://www.glamour.com/spotify

Want the cover look? Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth in New York City, Julianne Hough appears on Glamour’s July cover wearing a Zadig & Voltaire jacket and shorts, an Arizona tank, Fallon earrings, a Pomellato necklace, Lynn Ban bangles, a Jessie Lane bracelet and a Loree Rodkin ring. Inside the issue, Julianne hits the stage in a Dolce & Gabbana bodysuit, a Kevork Kiledjian jacket, Fallon earrings, Loree Rodkin and Jacqueline Nerguizian rings, Lynn Ban bangles, a Jessie Lane bracelet and Brian Atwood pumps; she ‘rocks on’ wearing an OMO Norma Kamali bra top, Pierre Balmain pants, Wilfredo Rosado earrings, Lynn Ban and Melinda Maria bangles, Loree Rodkin and Jacqueline Nerguizian rings, a Melinda Marie cuff and a Maison Scotch belt; and lastly, Julianne poses in A-Morir sunglasses wearing a Pierre Balmain shirt and shorts, a Melinda Maria pyramid bangle and Lynn Ban square bangles.

Check out this excerpt from her interview:

GLAMOUR: There’s a scene in the movie where Tom Cruise holds your breast. What was that like?

JH: That was my first scene with him! I was nervous as all get-out, but after every take he high-fived me and was like, “That was awesome.” At one point on the movie, I got really hurt—I tweaked my neck and was in so much pain. And everyone was pressuring me to keep shooting, but Tom came in and said, “No, this is what insurance is for, Julianne. You have the rest of your career. You need to take care of yourself!” And I thought, Tom Cruise cares about me! Now I can cry.

GLAMOUR: What kind of prep did you have to do?

JH: Diego [Boneta] and I were known as the kids on the set. It was kind of a rock-star camp. We did vocal lessons every day. We had dance lessons. We had Rollerblading lessons. It was fun to be able to go back and be coached.

GLAMOUR: Are you competitive?

JH: Yes, about everything. It gets silly. Ryan and I are very alike. When we work out with a trainer, we’ll die before we stop, like, to the point where we can’t breathe.

GLAMOUR: Is the age difference between you two an issue? You’re 24, and he’s 37.

JH: No, but he’s always joking about it.

GLAMOUR: How did you meet?

JH: Well, when I first came to L.A., someone actually tried to set us up, but I was engaged to someone else, a guy I knew from Utah who had served a Mormon mission.

GLAMOUR: What happened with that?

JH: He was a great guy—I’d known him since I was nine. But I needed to figure myself out more, and so I moved to L.A. and we ended it. And actually, he ended up marrying my childhood best friend, and now they have a kid together. It was a little weird when it happened, but they’re a great couple!

GLAMOUR: So did you date Ryan soon after?

JH: I had another boyfriend, Chuck Wicks, whom I met on Dancing With the Stars. While we were dating, we went on Ryan’s radio show together. The interview’s on YouTube, and I blush when I hear it because Ryan is hitting on me the entire time! At the end, Ryan said something like, “You guys really have something special!” And I thought to myself, He’s so full of s–t right now! When Chuck and I broke up, I wanted to be single. That lasted five months. Then Ryan and I went on a date.

GLAMOUR: What drew you to him?

JH: I think it’s that similarity I was talking about before. We both like that perfection in ourselves, and we want to make our relationship like that.

GLAMOUR: Do you miss dancing?

JH: Oh my gosh, yes, just for the sheer fact that I could eat whatever I wanted and didn’t have to go to the gym.

GLAMOUR: You’ve been working pretty much nonstop since you landed Dancing With the Stars.

JH: I’m a very anxious person. If I’m not working, I go crazy. I’ve been lucky in my career. But if I lost everything tomorrow—and had no money—I would somehow make it work. I have that survivor mentality because of a lot of stuff that went on in a previous life. I feel like I’ve had four lives.