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Museum Attendance Under the Beyoncé Effect

With Art Newspaper’s annual international survey, Art’s Most Popular, to be published this week, details are already emerging about a milestone year in attendance. The Louvre saw more than a quarter more visitor than in previous years—a boost attributed to the Beyoncé and Jay-Z music video “Apeshit.” Elsewhere, the Tate Modern surpassed the British Museum for the first time in nine years. Portraits of President and …
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Beyoncé effect fills galleries with a new generation of art devotees

Fame sells: that’s the lesson in a survey revealing the world’s most popular exhibitions during a bumper yearIn Paris, it was Beyoncé and Jay-Z; in Washington, it was Barack and Michelle Obama; while, in London, visitors queued to look at Pablo Picasso’s erotic muse or Grayson Perry’s summer picks.Last year the lustre of celebrity, whether garnered from fashion and entertainment or history, seemed to be the best way to attract visitors to museums and galleries. Continue reading...
Tags: Museums, Art, Art and design, Beyoncé, Grayson Perry, Jay-Z, Culture, UK news


The Secret To Jennifer Lopez's Glow Is Only $8

Contrary to what you may have read at the nail salon or in the checkout line, celebrities are not just like us. Last time we checked, we didn't have a private chef, driver, or trainer — although we're totally open to all three — nor do we live in a gated community or vacation on yachts. (Again, we wouldn't mind...) But one way celebrities — even the richest, the most famous, the most successful — actually do seem relatable? They love cheap beauty products.Yes, sometimes even Kylie Jenner and Be...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, Youtube, Walgreens, Marie Claire, Jennifer Lopez, Kendall Jenner, The New York Times, Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Chrissy Teigen, Anna, Emma Watson


Bill Gates is worth $100 billion and he plans to give most of it away — here's how he spends his money now, from a luxury car collection to incredible real estate

Bill Gates' net worth is officially $100 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaire index. That makes him $24 billion richer than he was five years ago, and puts him in a two-man club with Jeff Bezos, reported Business Insider's Julie Bort. While he indulges in a few luxuries, they make up only a fraction of his fortune. He mainly spends his billions on charity through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and plans to give away most of his fortune. Bill Gates is getting richer and rich...
Tags: Beyonce, Microsoft, Washington, Trends, Bloomberg, Bill Gates, Bill, Kylie Jenner, Jeff Bezos, Gates, Melinda Gates Foundation, Melinda, Julie Bort, Bort, Bloomberg Billionaire, Jay Z Bill Gates


The first trailer of Quentin Tarantino's new movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt is out, and we can't wait to see more

Here is the first tease of Quentin Tarantino's new movie, "Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood." It stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and someone giving a great Bruce Lee impersonation. The movie opens in July.   It's finally here! The first footage of Quentin Tarantino's ninth movie, "Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood," has gone online and it certainly has us excited.  Though the early talk on the movie — which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie — was that Tar...
Tags: Hollywood, Beyonce, Kung Fu, Trends, Leonardo Dicaprio, Brad Pitt, Quentin Tarantino, Bruce Lee, Alex Gibney, Margot Robbie, Lance Armstrong, Elizabeth Holmes, Tarantino, Robbie, Sharon Tate, Mike Moh


Netflix CEO Reed Hastings revealed the original series he's watching right now

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said on Monday that he's currently watching Ricky Gervais' "After Life." In the past, Hastings has said that his favorite Netflix shows included "The End of the F---ing World" and "BoJack Horseman." Netflix CEO Reed Hastings loves dark comedies and he's currently watching Ricky Gervais' new Netflix original series, "After Life." Hastings revealed that he was watching the show during a Q&A session with journalists on Monday at Netflix Labs, the company's annual media ...
Tags: Beyonce, Trends, Netflix, Ricky Gervais, Reed Hastings, Hastings, Indiewire, Tony, Gervais, House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, Ben Travers, Netflix Labs


Netflix loves 10-episode TV seasons and reportedly doesn't see the value in longer original shows

Netflix is increasingly favoring 10-episode seasons for its original series. Deadline reported that Netflix sees little value in shows that exceed 10-episode seasons and 30 episodes overall, which is one reason many Netflix shows get canceled after two or three seasons. Netflix canceled "One Day at a Time" last week after three seasons, and all of its Marvel shows recently after two or three seasons. There's a reason you're seeing TV shows with shorter seasons on Netflix. When Netflix serious...
Tags: Beyonce, Time, Trends, Netflix, Crimson Hexagon, Jessica Jones, House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, Jumpshot, Deadline Netflix, Deadline Audiences


Why Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes wasn't interviewed for HBO's 'The Inventor' documentary

The disgraced founder of Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, is not interviewed in the HBO documentary, "The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley" (which premiered Monday night). Director Alex Gibney told Business Insider about the process of trying to get her to go on camera, including a five-hour dinner with her, and why it never ended up happening.   Though there's a lot of footage of Elizabeth Holmes in Alex Gibney's latest HBO documentary, "The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley," wh...
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The most shocking part of HBO's Theranos documentary, 'The Inventor,' according to director Alex Gibney

HBO's "The Inventor" takes a look inside the rise and fall of the blood-testing startup Theranos. Director Alex Gibney talked to Business Insider about the things he was most shocked by while making the movie.   Though Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney has spent a lot of his career exploring stories that focus on the dishonest (“Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room”) and the controversial (“Going Clear: Scientology & the Prison of Belief”), there are still things that shock him while making...
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Beyoncé Set to Drop New Solo Album This Summer With Female Empowerment Theme (Report)

Beyoncé is reportedly hard at work on her next solo album, known amongst the BeyHive as “B7.”According to the UK’s Sun, Beyoncé has already started recording for her seventh solo project, the follow-up to 2016’s groundbreaking visual album Lemonade.After exploring themes such as infidelity and redemption in Lemonade, and then following that up with Everything is Love, her collaboration album with rapper husband Jay-Z, Queen B is reportedly returning back to her female empowerment roots.The Sun r...
Tags: Music, UK, Celebs, Beyonce, Pop Culture, Rumors, Jazz, Reports, New Music, Female Empowerment, B7, Beyoncé Set, Sun Beyoncé, Jay Z Queen B


Berklee Honors Beyoncé PR Strategist Yvette Noel-Schure

Berklee College of Music’s Valencia, Spain outpost honored Yvette Noel-Schure, the veteran public relations strategist, with the inaugural Master of Global Entertainment Award on March 14. Currently serving as vice president of Schure Media Group, after an illustrious career at Columbia Records, she has long represented Beyonce and also worked with John Legend, Prince, Mariah […]
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Disney has rehired James Gunn to direct 'Guardians of the Galaxy 3' after firing him over offensive tweets

Disney has reinstated James Gunn as director of "Guardians of the Galaxy 3," Gunn's representative confirmed to Business Insider on Friday. Gunn was fired last year after offensive tweets resurfaced.  Gunn was hired by Warner Bros. to write and possibly direct a "Suicide Squad" sequel in October. Gunn's representative confirmed that Gunn will finish the new "Suicide Squad" movie before Marvel Studios begins production on "Guardians of the Galaxy 3." Disney has rehired James Gunn to write and ...
Tags: Beyonce, Disney, Trends, Suicide Squad, Warner Bros, James Gunn, Marvel Studios, Drax, Gunn, Dave Bautista, Business Insider Disney, Suicide Squad Gunn


You can now watch the first episodes of DC Universe's hit original shows for free without a subscription

The first episodes of DC Universe's three original shows will be available for a limited time for free without a subscription. The three shows include "Titans," "Young Justice: Outsiders," and "Doom Patrol." DC Universe wants potential subscribers to check out the service if they've been on the fence.  The streaming service announced on Friday that the first episodes of its three original series — "Titans," "Young Justice: Outsiders," and "Doom Patrol" — will be available for free in the US w...
Tags: Beyonce, US, Trends, Netflix, Batman, Cartoon Network, Business Insider, Robin, DC Universe, Parrot Analytics, Doom Patrol, Titans Young Justice


Who’s paying $17,500 a day to rent a house in the Hamptons?

You know real estate is getting out of hand when people are paying $1.5 million — or $17,500 a day – to rent a temporary summer property.
Tags: Beyonce, Listings, Lifestyle, Collection, Radio, Agent, Calvin Klein, Hamptons, Chris Cuomo, Dolly Lenz, The New York Post, Saunders & Associates


What Happens When A Rockstar Turns 40? Karen O Teams With Danger Mouse To Ask On Lux Prima

There was a real danger when combining Karen O and Danger Mouse that things could get too theatrical. O, as the indelible lead singer of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs established an unparalleled style, from her shrieking vocals to her outre stage presence, that none of her peers from the New York scene of the aughties could replicate. And Danger Mouse, in his collaborations with Cee-Lo Green (Gnarls Barkley) and James Mercer (Broken Bells) as well as his production work with the Black Keys, Beck, and Ade...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Beyonce, Adele, Pink Floyd, Karen O, Kelly Clarkson, Lou Reed, Phil Spector, Jefferson Airplane, Spector, Rock Hall, Barnaby Clay, Lux Prima, Cee Lo Green Gnarls Barkley


The CFO of MoviePass' parent company has resigned, as the executive exodus continues

Helios and Matheson Analytics CFO Stuart Benson has resigned, according to an SEC filing by the company on Friday. The filing said Benson is leaving the company, which is the owner of MoviePass, to "accept another employment opportunity." Business Insider reported Wednesday that MoviePass executive vice president Khalid Itum and three other management-level staff had resigned in the last few weeks.   In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, Helios and Matheson Analyt...
Tags: Beyonce, Trends, SEC, Moviepass, Helios, Benson, Matheson, ITUM, Stuart Benson, Khalid Itum, CFO of MoviePass, Matheson Analytics CFO Stuart Benson


Marvel apologized for leaving Danai Gurira's name off the top of the 'Avengers: Endgame' poster and shared a new version

Marvel Studios apologized on Thursday for leaving Danai Gurira's name off the top of its new "Avengers: Endgame" poster. It tweeted a new version of the poster with her name at the top on Thursday and said, "She should have been up there all this time." After facing criticism, Marvel Studios apologized on Thursday for originally leaving the actress Danai Gurira's name off of the top of the latest "Avengers: Endgame" poster. Marvel Studios tweeted a new version of the poster on Thursday, now w...
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'Bohemian Rhapsody' director Bryan Singer has reportedly been fired from 'Red Sonja' following allegations of child sexual abuse

Bryan Singer has been fired from directing "Red Sonja," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Millennium Films founder Avi Lerner fired Singer because the movie could not find a domestic distributor, THR said. Earlier this year, Singer was accused by multiple people of sexually assaulting them when they were young boys in an Atlantic article. He has denied it.  Bryan Singer has been fired from directing the studio Millennium Films' "Red Sonja" movie following allegations that Singer sexually a...
Tags: Beyonce, Trends, Fox, Atlantic, Conan, Red Sonja, Bryan Singer, Marvel Comics, Jussie Smollett, Sonja, Lerner, Robert E Howard, Avi Lerner, Hollywood Reporter Millennium Films, Millennium Films Red Sonja


Maren Morris Is A Little Bit Springsteen, A Little Bit Teenage Dream

Tucked near the end of Maren Morris' new album GIRL is a lovely little tune called "The Bones." Like many Morris songs, it's not about the art of songwriting but could just as easily be an allegory for her expertise in that area. In "The Bones," a busted old house that has weathered the elements … More »
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LeRoy Bennett Keeps Top Acts Like Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande in the Spotlight

You might say that LeRoy Bennett is a shining light among lighting and production designers for pop music. Doing double duty creating both touring sets and their illumination, he started out with a 14-year run as Prince’s collaborator, went on to work with Nine Inch Nails and Madonna and has counted Beyoncé’s and Bruno Mars’ […]
Tags: Beyonce, News, Artisans, Production, Ariana Grande, Paul Mccartney, Madonna, Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Prince, Nine Inch Nails, Lady Gaga Ariana Grande, LeRoy Bennett


Facebook Watch's first breakout hit, 'Red Table Talk,' has been renewed for over 20 new episodes

Facebook renewed its Watch original series, "Red Table Talk," for over 20 new episodes to debut in May. The show is hosted by Jada Pinkett Smith and features intimate interviews from her home. Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook Watch talk show, "Red Table Talk, is getting a new season. Facebook announced on Wednesday that it renewed the show, its first breakout hit original series on Facebook Watch, for over 20 new episodes to premiere in May. Here's how Facebook describes the series: " Jada Pinke...
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The MoviePass exec running day-to-day operations has resigned along with 3 other managers

MoviePass executive vice president Khalid Itum has resigned, several sources with knowledge of the decision told Business Insider. Itum's exit follows growing frustration about the direction the company is headed, the sources said. Itum had been running the day-to-day operations at MoviePass since late last year. At least three other management-level staff also resigned in the last few weeks.   MoviePass executive vice president Khalid Itum has resigned, and his final day at the company will ...
Tags: Beyonce, La, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Moviepass, Helios, Petersen, Matheson, Matheson Analytics, Mitch Lowe, Bernadette McCabe, ITUM, Sinemia, Jake Petersen, Pinar Toprak


One big way Marvel is different from other movie studios, according to the editor of 'Captain Marvel' and 'Black Panther'

Film editor Debbie Berman, who has co-edited three Marvel movies including "Captain Marvel," told Business Insider how Marvel Studios is different from other studios. "They schedule additional photography in as part of the normal filmmaking process," she said. "Normally it's used at the end where people think, 'We're in trouble, we need to shoot that.'" Film editor Debbie Berman has co-edited three Marvel Cinematic Universe movies in three years: "Spider-Man: Homecoming" in 2017, "Black Pan...
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Coachella festival: Here’s everything you didn’t know you needed to know about the event

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival returns for its 20th anniversary edition to the Empire Polo Club in Indio April 12-14 and April 19-21. Yes, 20th anniversary. Coachella is almost old enough to drink and older than a lot of the kids that are going to be there this year. Two decades of anything except jail time is quite an accomplishment and with all these years under its musical belt it’s pretty safe to say the festival is the musical event of the year. Sign up for our Festival Pass ...
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Netflix's 'The Order' pits werewolves against dark magic, and is its latest original show off to a hot start

Netflix's new original TV series, "The Order," is off to a hot start with audiences. The show follows a college student looking to avenge his mother's death, who gets caught in a war of werewolves and dark magic. Critics praised the show's surprising humor, and said it's a perfect show for fans of "Teen Wolf" and "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." Netflix's new supernatural original TV series, "The Order," is off to a hot start with audiences. The series, which debuted on Netflix last week, fo...
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People are really confused as to why JAY-Z is getting an award for being an LGBTQ ally

People seem rather confused by the award given JAY-Z's very long history of using antigay slurs in his songs. 
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People are really confused as to why JAY-Z is getting an award for being an LGBTQ ally and activist

People seem rather confused by the award given JAY-Z's very long history of using antigay slurs in his songs. 
Tags: Beyonce, Entertainment, Jay-z, Lifestyle, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Glaad Media Awards, Ally, Vanguard Award


6 Hairsprays That'll Take Fine Hair To New Heights

As much as we'd love to walk around with hair the size of Beyoncé's in front of a wind machine, life isn't always set up that way — especially if you have fine hair. Having finer strands isn't a bad thing, necessarily; it just means that the diameter of each strand is less than the diameter of thick strands. That said, you might find that your style tends to get oilier, and falls flat more quickly, than hair that has more heft.That's where hairspray comes in. Before you roll your eyes — we're n...
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A key 'Captain Marvel' character's introduction was changed to preserve the movie's biggest twist

"Captain Marvel" editor Debbie Berman told Business Insider that Ronan (played by Lee Pace) was originally introduced at the beginning of the movie in the script, but was moved to preserve the movie's major twist. Ronan was first introduced as the villain in "Guardians of the Galaxy" in 2014. "Captain Marvel" takes place before "Guardians of the Galaxy." Warning: This post contains spoilers for "Captain Marvel." Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are familiar with Ronan, the "Guardians of the Gal...
Tags: Beyonce, Trends, Jude Law, Marvel Studios, Samuel L Jackson, Lee Pace, Brie Larson, Berman, Carol Danvers, Ronan, Annette Bening, Kree, Debbie Berman, Skrulls, Yon Rogg, Kree warriors


MoviePass' parent company admits investors can't rely on some of its previous financial statements, and says it underestimated losses

MoviePass' parent company, Helios and Matheson Analytics (HMNY), said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday that its previously issued quarterly and year-to-date financial statements were not accurate. The company said the errors related primarily to the "overstatement of subscription revenues" in the third quarter of 2018 for MoviePass. The result was an underestimated net loss for HMNY of $6.6 million, the company estimated.   In a filing with the Security and E...
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