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Watch St. Vincent Perform A Theatrical Version Of “The Nowhere Inn” On Kimmel

St. Vincent mastermind Annie Clark is having a busy year. First, there was the new album Daddy’s Home. Then, there was The Nowhere Inn, the sort of Lynchian mockumentary that she made with Carrie Brownstein, as well as that movie’s soundtrack. Lately, St. Vincent has also returned to the road, playing high up on the bill at a lot of festivals. And last night, St. Vincent were the musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they performed “The Nowhere Inn,” the title track from the new film.
Tags: Music, News, Jimmy Kimmel, St. Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, Annie Clark, Kimmel, Lynchian


St. Vincent on Playing a Satirical Version of Herself in ‘The Nowhere Inn’: ‘The Purpose Isn’t Necessarily to Endear’

There haven’t been a lot of sharp rock ‘n’ roll satires in recent years, with “This Is Spinal Tap” perhaps having set the bar too high for future contenders to trisk following in its platform bootsteps. But “The Nowhere Inn,” a new movie starring and written by St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein, boldly offers a […]
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St. Vincent & Carrie Brownstein Attempt To Satirize Pop-Star Documentaries In The Nowhere Inn

We’re in the midst of a pop-star documentary boom. The past few years have brought an onslaught of films promising authentic glimpses into the lives of glittering pop figures: the bracing Billie Eilish documentary The World’s A Little Blurry, Taylor Swift’s carefully orchestrated Miss Americana, Beyoncé’s “Beychella” concert film Homecoming, even the Jonas Brothers jumping into the fray with Chasing Happiness. These movies give musicians — and their management — the chance to control their narra...
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Movie Review, St. Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, Dakota Johnson, Jonas Brothers, Bill Benz


St. Vincent – “The Nowhere Inn”

At the end of the week, The Nowhere Inn — the mockumentary starring St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein — is arriving on video-on-demand services (and in select theaters). Annie Clark also did a soundtrack/score for the film, which will come out on September 19th, a couple days after the film is released. Today, St. Vincent is sharing a new track called “The Nowhere Inn,” which acts as a quasi-theme song for the film and comes with a video directed by Nowhere Inn director Bill Benz.
Tags: Music, St. Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, New Music, Annie Clark, Bill Benz, Nowhere Inn


St. Vincent talks bringing ‘Daddy’s Home’ to Hollywood Bowl as ‘The Nowhere Inn’ film debuts

“Daddy’s Home,” the sixth studio album from St. Vincent, arrived in May, but Annie Clark, the artist behind the stage name, says it hasn’t felt fully finished until now. “A record doesn’t really feel complete to me until I’ve actually played the songs for people and with people in real-time,” Clark says on a recent phone call. “Because you get to see how the energy in the crowd changes. “You get to see, like, ‘Oh, they’re all singing along to that part,’” she says. “You get to know in a real way...
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‘The Nowhere Inn’ Trailer: St. Vincent is Married to the Road

Concert mockumentaries are a rare breed of movie, and The Nowhere Inn looks particularly unique. The trailer for this genre-bending concert film is here, giving us a glimpse at the movie madness real-life friends Annie Clark (a.k.a. St. Vincent) and Carrie Brownstein put together. A Boring Rock Star? The Nowhere Inn is a fake documentary about Clark/St. Vincent, following her backstage as she tours. As she tells us in the trailer, she asked her best friend (Brownstein) to film the docum...
Tags: Movies, Trailers, St Vincent, Road, Carrie Brownstein, Dakota Johnson, Vincent, Annie Clark, Clark, Lynchian, Amy Sedaris, Brownstein, Bill Benz Portlandia, Clark St Vincent, St Vincent Clark, Carrie Brownstein Portlandia Sleater Kinney


Watch The New Trailer For The St. Vincent/Carrie Brownstein Mocumentary The Nowhere Inn

Thus far this year, St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein have both released new albums: Daddy’s Home for St. Vincent, Path Of Wellness for Brownstein’s band Sleater-Kinney. Next month, they’ll release a movie, too. St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein wrote the new mockumentary The Nowhere Inn together, and it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year, just before the pandemic hit. In September, The Nowhere Inn will finally arrive in theaters and on demand. Today, it’s got a new trailer.
Tags: Music, News, St. Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, Brownstein, The Nowhere Inn, Vincent Carrie Brownstein, St Vincent Path Of Wellness


St. Vincent & Carrie Brownstein in 'The Nowhere Inn' Official Trailer

"I love you, but I'm married to the road." This looks wild. IFC Films has released a full-length official trailer for The Nowhere Inn, a strange meta comedy mockumentary creation & authenticity from filmmaker Bill Benz. This initially premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival last year, and also played at the Outfest Film Festival later in the year. The singer known as St. Vincent sets out to make a documentary about her music and touring life on the road, but when she hires a close frien...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Ifc, St Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, Annie Clark, Indies, To Watch, Bill Benz, Vincent Carrie Brownstein


AMC+ June 2021 Lineup Includes Kevin Can F**k Himself Premiere

AMC+’s June 2021 lineup includes the premiere of the highly-anticipated comedy-drama Kevin Can F**k Himself starring Emmy winner Annie Murphy (Schitt’s Creek) in a story about a woman who keeps playing a perfect housewife. Then, one day she realizes what she wants: to kill her husband. The month of June on AMC+ will also feature the fan-favorite Peabody and Emmy-winning IFC Original series Portlandia, starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, which will be available for a full series binge, ...
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Teaser Trailer for Meta Comedy 'The Nowhere Inn' with St. Vincent

"A small part of me was starting to second guess myself." IFC Films has unveiled the first teaser trailer for The Nowhere Inn, a strange meta comedy mockumentary creation from filmmaker Bill Benz. This initially premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival last year, and also played at the Outfest Film Festival later in the year. The singer known as St. Vincent sets out to make a documentary about her music, but when she hires a close friend to direct, notions of reality, identity, and authe...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, St Vincent, Carrie Brownstein, David Lynch, Ifc Films, Annie Clark, Indies, To Watch, Bill Benz


Hulu’s Shrill To End After Forthcoming Third Season

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Hulu’s Shrill to end after forthcoming third season Following its third season renewal last March, The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that the Aidy Bryant-led acclaimed comedy series Shrill at Hulu will be coming to a close following its forthcoming chapter slated to release this spring. RELATED: TNT’s Animal Kingdom Renewed for Sixth & Final Season if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gp...
Tags: TV, Movies, Elizabeth Banks, Portland, TV News, Streaming, Annie, Aidy Bryant, Carrie Brownstein, TNT, Hulu, Lorne Michaels, Ryan, Bryant, Aidy, Warner Bros Television


Heart Biopic: ‘Portlandia’ Star Carrie Brownstein Directing Film About the Female-Led Rock Band

Heart, the rock band that rose to popularity in the 1970s and ’80s thanks to its shredding guitar riffs and powerful vocals from sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson, is getting the biopic treatment. Carrie Brownstein, the Peabody Award-winning writer and actress who starred alongside Fred Armisen in the comedy series Portlandia, is set to direct the Heart biopic for Amazon Studios. In a recent interview with SiriusXM’s Lyndsey Parker (via THR), Heart co-founder, lead singer, and guitarist Ann Wilson...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Elton John, Anne Hathaway, Heart, Biopics, Carrie Brownstein, Fred Armisen, Seattle, ANN, True Story, Wilson, Rami Malek, Barracuda, Sleater Kinney, Amazon Studios


Heart Biopic in the Works at Amazon, Says Band Vocalist Ann Wilson

A biopic about Seattle-based classic rock band Heart is being produced for Amazon, vocalist Ann Wilson revealed to SiriusXM’s “Volume West” host Lyndsey Parker. According to Wilson, Carrie Brownstein, guitarist of punk band Sleater-Kinney and star of IFC’s comedy series “Portlandia,” will write and direct the film. Lynda Obst, most known for her work on […]
Tags: Amazon, News, Ifc, Heart, Carrie Brownstein, Seattle, Sleater Kinney, Ann Wilson, Lyndsey Parker, Lynda Obst, Amazon Says Band, Wilson Carrie Brownstein


2020 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival switches to drive-in and virtual screenings

The 2020 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival is pressing on despite the global pandemic. Producers announced on Tuesday that the festival will include a live outdoor, drive-in experience as well as streaming to a virtual audience via outfestla2020.com. The festival will take place Aug. 20-30 and in addition to the virtual programming, movie fans can attend Outfest LA’s Under the Stars drive-in experience at Calamigos Ranch & Resort in Malibu. Select drive-in screenings will feature in-person...
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Film News in Brief: Outfest Launching Drive-in Showings With ‘The Nowhere Inn’

MONDAY, AUG. 10 Drive-in Screenings Scheduled for Outfest Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival will hold drive-in screenings at the Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, launching with the Los Angeles premiere of Sundance 2020 title “The Nowhere Inn,” starring Annie Clark and Carrie Brownstein. The 11-day festival kicks off Aug. 20. and features more than 160 […]
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Carrie Brownstein, Malibu, Annie Clark, Outfest, Calamigos Ranch, The Nowhere Inn, Outfest Launching Drive, Outfest Outfest


Classic Punk Rock Sketches from Saturday Night Live, Courtesy of Fred Armisen

Comedian Fred Armisen is best known for his years on Saturday Night Live, his eight seasons of surreal sketch comedy (with Carrie Brownstein) on Portlandia, and his unnerving command of regional accents and impressions. True fans also know that for much of his career he’s also been a musician, primarily a drummer, since college. Starting in high school, he’s been in various bands, including Trenchmouth, the Blue Man Group, and sometimes sitting in with Seth Meyers' house band. So the abo...
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Watch Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein & Corin Tucker Play “Modern Girl” Together For Audience Of One Cute Dog

Right now, Sleater-Kinney were supposed to be getting ready to head out on a big summer tour with Wilco. The two bands announced the shows back in March, exactly one day before the world started shutting down in the face of the pandemic. Wilco have said that they're trying to reschedule the dates … More »
Tags: Music, News, Wilco, Carrie Brownstein, Sleater Kinney, Corin Tucker


‘Portlandia’ Star Carrie Brownstein Checks Out of Chic Los Feliz Cottage

Critically acclaimed actor/musician and “Portlandia” alum Carrie Brownstein is checking out of her hipster-approved compound in Los Feliz, having listed the property with a $1.849 million ask, a relatively modest bump above the $1.7 million she paid three years ago, back in spring 2017. Located in one of the most prime neighborhood pockets of town, […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Musicians, Compass, Carrie Brownstein, Portlandia, Entertainers, Los Feliz, Chic Los Feliz Cottage


‘Rodeo Queens’ Amazon Series Will Star Dakota Johnson, With Carrie Brownstein Directing

Dakota Johnson is getting back together with the folks at Amazon. The actress will appear in the Amazon comedy series Rodeo Queens, a mockumentary-style show created by I Am Not Okay With This co-creator Christy Hall. The series will follow a group of women vying to be the Rodeo Queen, the “female representatives and ‘face”‘of the sport of rodeo.” Carrie Brownstein, of Sleater-Kinney and Portlandia fame, will direct. According to Collider, Dakota Johnson will star in Rodeo Queens, a new Amaz...
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Rodeo Queens: Dakota Johnson to Lead Amazon’s Mockumentary Series

Rodeo Queens: Dakota Johnson to star in Amazon’s new Mockumentary series In competitive bidding among multiple networks and streamers, Variety reports that Amazon Studios has successfully landed the rights to Christy Hall’s upcoming mockumentary comedy series titled Rodeo Queens with The Peanut Butter Falcon star Dakota Johnson attached for the leading role. This marks Johnson’s first major TV comeback after seven years since starring in Fox’s sitcom Ben and Kate which ran on-air from 2012-2...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Fox, TV News, Kate, Johnson, Carrie Brownstein, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Tracee Ellis Ross, Dakota Johnson, Variety, Ben, Amazon Studios, Focus Features, Anastasia Steele


Dakota Johnson to Star in Mockumentary Series ‘Rodeo Queens’ in Development at Amazon

In a competitive situation with multiple outlets bidding, Dakota Johnson is attached to star in and executive produce a mockumentary series currently in the works at Amazon. Titled “Rodeo Queens,” the series follows an ensemble of Rodeo Queen hopefuls as they compete for the coveted crown. A writers’ room for the series will open soon, […]
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TV Shows You Should Binge-Watch Right Now, From ‘Succession’ to ‘Riverdale’

Need something new to watch? You’re in the middle of what might be the the most optimal time to watch TV ever (when you can’t go out because there’s a pandemic). Fortunately, there’s no shortage of awesome shows out there across a number of streaming services. Here’s every streaming show you should absolutely make time for.“Modern Love” (Season 1 on Amazon Prime Video) -If you just want something super nice and sweet to watch, this fairly short anthology series really hits the spot. It’s just a ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Japan, Hbo, News, Entertainment, Molly, Germany, Nazis, Syfy, Los Angeles, Chicago, Netflix, Missouri, Ifc, Showtime


Hulu Renews Shrill For Third Season

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Hulu renews Shrill for third season After two well-received seasons for the streaming service, the Aidy Bryant-led comedy Shrill has been greenlit for an eight-episode third season at Hulu, according to Variety. RELATED: Aidy Bryant Takes Life-Changing Risks in Shrill Season 2 Trailer  In season 2, after facing her demons – her mom, her boss and, of course, her troll – Annie starts the season feeling pretty good with boyfriend Ryan by her side. That is until she realiz...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Annie, Aidy Bryant, Carrie Brownstein, Hulu, Lorne Michaels, Ryan, Bryant, Warner Bros Television, TV Premiere, Jesse Peretz, Broadway Video, Shrill


How to get a job at famous ad agency Wieden and Kennedy, and what applicants should never do, according to insiders

37-year-old independent agency Wieden and Kennedy is famous for its Nike, Facebook, McDonald's, and other ads, and it gets hundreds of applications a week. The agency seeks out people from outside the ad industry, often finding them through nontraditional channels. Executives there said aspiring employees should emphasize their personal passions rather than awards or titles. Click here for more BI Prime stories. With 1,500-plus employees in Portland, Oregon and 7 other offices around the wor...
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Insiders reveal how to get a job at Wieden and Kennedy, the famous ad agency behind Nike, Bud Light, and McDonald's

37-year-old independent agency Wieden and Kennedy is known for its ambitious ads for brands like Nike, Facebook, McDonald's, and Old Spice. It's notoriously hard to get a job there, and the agency seeks out people from outside the ad industry, often finding them through nontraditional channels. Executives there said aspiring employees should emphasize their personal passions rather than awards or titles. Click here for more BI Prime stories. With 1,500-plus employees in Portland, Oregon and ...
Tags: New York, London, Instagram, Trends, Nike, Amsterdam, Portland, Starbucks, Portland Oregon, West Coast, Carrie Brownstein, Portlandia, Michael Bloomberg, Kennedy, Business Insider, McDonald


How St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein Convinced Dakota Johnson to Make a Cameo in ‘The Nowhere Inn’

“The Nowhere Inn,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, is a music mockumentary that stars Carrie Brownstein, one of the founding members of the rock band Sleater-Kinney. In the film, Brownstein plays the director of a documentary chronicling Annie Clark’s music persona St. Vincent on a fictionalized version of her Masseduction tour, but to […]
Tags: News, Festivals, Carrie Brownstein, St. Vincent, Dakota Johnson, Vincent, Annie Clark, Sleater Kinney, Brownstein


‘The Nowhere Inn’ Review: St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein Tackle the Surreal Side of Fame [Sundance 2020]

On stage, St. Vincent is sexy, mysterious, and seemingly all-powerful. Offstage, though, she’s Annie Clark – and Annie Clark is a bit of a boring nerd. Or so says The Nowhere Inn, a surreal meta-comedy about fame – and what we demand from the famous people we idolize. Framed as both a faux documentary and a narrative film, The Nowhere Inn finds Clark’s best friend Carrie Brownstein, of Sleater-Kinney and Portlandia fame, setting out to make a documentary about St. Vincent on tour. But as Clark ...
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‘The Nowhere Inn’: Film Review

Bill Benz’s high-concept rock mockumentary opens with a white limo speeding through the desert. The driver (Ezra Buzzington) has never heard of his passenger, the cult sensation Annie Clark, better known by her stage name St. Vincent. “I’m not for everybody,” she shrugs. The driver is unsatisfied. “Don’t worry,” he glowers. “We’ll find out who […]
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W+K’s New Travel Portland Ads Reveal More of the City’s Quirks

While Portlandia pushed Portland's weirdness into the public perception, the city isn't all doughnuts, beer and naked bike rides--although those are things that the city is known for. Many aspects of Portlandia are obviously exaggerated, but one thing Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein absolutely nailed were the city's ubiquitous thrift shops. While the most recognizable...
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