Category Archives: Madonna

Madonna – Give Me All Your Luvin’ [Music Video]

The new video for Madonna’s single – Give Me All Your Luvin’ dropped today, and it features M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj. Enjoy the vid –

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Madonna – Masterpiece [W./E. Soundtrack]

Here’s the new vid of Madonna’s Masterpiece for Madge’s upcoming directorial film – W.E. – which won Best Original Song at 2011 Golden Globe Award – broadcast last night on NBC. Enjoy Masterpiece from W.E..

W.E. hits theaters on Friday, February 3.

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Madonna’s W.E. ~ 68th Venice Film Festival

Filmmaker Madonna’s W.E. stars Oscar Isaac, Abbie Cornish, James D’Arcy and Andrea Riseborough walk the red carpet at 68th Venice International Film Festival [La Biennale di Venezia]. Enjoy the vid below ~

You can oogle 68th Venice International Film Festival schedule @

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Madonna’s W.E. ~ Teaser Trailer I & II

The Weinstein Company and Madonna share the trailer of W.E. at 68th Venice International Film Festival with Oscar Isaac, Abbie Cornish, James D’Arcy and Andrea Riseborough. Enjoy the vids below ~

W.E. hits theaters on Friday, December 9. You can oogle 68th Venice International Film Festival @

W.E. is written by Madonna and Alek Keshishian.

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Madonna ~ W.E. [Feature Film]

In the September 2011 Issue of Vanity Fair, Tom Munro photographs Andrea Riseborough as Wallis Simpson and James D’Arcy as King Edward VIII in Madonna’s period-piece W.E. The film hits theaters on Friday, December 9.

In W.E., the twice-divorced American Wallis Simpson and King Edward VII have a doomed romance, and contemporary New Yorker, Abbie Cornish’s Wally adores Oscar Isaac as Sotheby’s Security Guard Evgeni.

W.E. will premier out of competition at the 68th Venice International Film Festival.

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Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child – Trailer

Fortissimo Films release the first-look trailer of Tamra Davis documentary – Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child – which delves into an 1988 on-camera interview with screenwriter Becky Johnston. The Radiant Child premiered at Sundance Film Festival last month on Thursday, January 21.

The never-before-seen-video-footage of Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child is complimented with graphics by Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One and original music by [Beastie Boys] Adam Horovitz and Mike Diamond.

Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child hits theaters in the near future.

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Madonna @ Raising Malawi – Matching Donation

Humanitarian and singer Madonna, family and friends are currently in Malawi [Africa] breaking ground on a new school – Raising Malawi Academy For Girls – and she’s taken to the web – – to ask us to take action and be involve. The Raising Malawi is about getting the community involve in their own destiny and not a hand out, so lets all get involve.

You can learn more about Raising Malawi @ and donate @ If you prefer to contribute via mail, you can send your generous check to – Raising Malawi @ 1100 South Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles, California [90035].

Madonna writes @ Huffington Post

This week, my family and I are in Malawi to attend the ground breaking ceremony for Raising Malawi Academy for Girls.

I am making a straightforward request.

I’m writing to urge you to join me in saving the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable children. And I’m asking you to do it right away.

Raising Malawi, the organization I co-founded in 2006, is dedicated to ending the poverty and hardship endured by Malawi’s one million orphans. By donating to Raising Malawi, you can literally transform the future for an entire generation. To encourage your involvement, I’ve pledged $100,000 to match your contributions dollar-for-dollar.

Why Malawi?

Seven years ago I might have asked myself this very same question. Why not Afghanistan, or India? There are impoverished children, desperate for health care and education, everywhere in the world. Something about Malawi’s children connected with me and their hardships were too much for me to ignore. So I started learning more about Malawi, and, little by little, I began working with Malawians to improve their communities.

Visiting Malawi can be a very humbling experience. In the face of such overwhelming challenges, it’s easy to feel helpless. At the same time, it is impossible not to recognize how much we can do to improve the lives of vulnerable children. Right now, I am particularly concerned about Malawian girls whose lives are made even more difficult simply because of their gender.
In 2008 Raising Malawi announced the creation of an all-girls boarding school, the Raising Malawi Academy for Girls. Architects have drawn up plans. We’ve identified a plot of land. And some of Malawi’s poorest girls are eager for the opportunities that a comprehensive secondary education will bring them. But we’re still in need of additional funds to complete this project, and there’s no time to lose.

My own daughters will each have a solid secondary education. They have a family that assures them that they can be anything they want to be, that they are not limited in any way. I believe that the same should be true for girls in every part of the world, regardless of the circumstances of their birth. The girls of Malawi are bright and resourceful. They are eager to learn and grow.

When I look at my girls and see them thriving, it is my greatest wish that the girls in Malawi will have the same chance for happiness.

This is where you come in.

Please join me in supporting the work of Raising Malawi. Every dollar we collect will make a huge difference in a child’s life. By
matching your donation, dollar for dollar, I will personally ensure that your contribution has an even greater impact. That’s a

This is my call to you: Give an opportunity to a child who would otherwise have none. Support the work of Raising Malawi.
Will you join me?

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Madonna & Lady Gaga @ Saturday Night Live!

The Queen of Pop – Madonna and newly reign Princess of Pop – Lady Gaga duked it out on a forced sketch on Saturday Night Live in a segment with SNL-ers Kenan Thompson and Andy Samberg. The SNL was hosted by Ryan Reynolds and Lady Gaga was the musical guest.

Stefani Joanne Germanotta aka Lady Gaga is repped by Marc Geiger @ WME Entertainment and attorney Gary Stiffelman @ Ziffren Brittenham LLP. Ryan Rodney Reynolds is repped by Darren Statt @ United Talent Agency, attorney David Weber @ Sloane, Offer, Weber and Dern and publicist Meredith O’Sullivan @ 42West.

Rachel Zoe @ Marc Jacobs Fashion Show

The ├╝ber-stylist Rachel Zoe makes the Spring 2010 round on behalf of her clients during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City. Rachel Zoe attend designer Marc Jacobs fashion show held at the New York State Armory.

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Lady Gaga, Andre Leon Talley, Anna Wintour and Bee Shaffer were also part of the front row guests at Marc Jacobs Spring 2010 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at New York State Armory.

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RR Watch: Madonna @ Celebration – Video

The new music video of Madonna’s Celebration off her upcoming greatest 2-disc album – Celebration – which drops on Tuesday, September 29.

The track listings on the two discs are as follow:

Disc One: 1 Hung Up, 2 Music, 3 Vogue, 4 4 Minutes, 5 Holiday, 6 Everybody, 7 Like A Virgin, 8 Into The Groove, 9 Like A Prayer, 10 Ray Of Light, 11 Sorry, 12 Express Yourself, 13 Open Your Heart, 14 Borderline, 15 Secret, 16 Erotica, 17 Justify My Love and 18 Revolver.

Disc Two: 1 Dress You Up, 2 Material Girl, 3 La Isla Bonita, 4 Papa Don’t Preach, 5 Lucky Star, 6 Burning Up, 7 Crazy For You, 8 Who’s That Girl, 9 Frozen, 10 Miles Away, 11 Take A Bow, 12 Live To Tell, 13 Beautiful Stranger, 14 Hollywood, 15 Die Another Day, 16 Don’t Tell Me, 17 Cherish and 18 Celebration.

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