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Katy Perry : Pop Star Accused Of Plagiarizing Sara Bareilles’ Song “Brave”

Allegations come forward that pop singer Katy Perry's new single 'Roar' (the first off of her upcoming album entitled Prism) bears a striking resemblance in sound to singer Sara Bareilles' song 'Brave', and DJ Dillon Francis' video for the track "Messages". In terms of similarity, "Brave" and "Roar" are remarkable right down to the staccato keyboard (in the same time signature), and the pattern on the drum machine that provides
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Katy Perry : Is “Roar” Really A Ripoff Of Sara Bareilles’ “Brave”?

Please Note: The following views are my own and are in no way a representation of The Inscriber: Digital Magazine or any other of its employees. If you agree/disagree with the views that will be forthwith presented, please use the comment section below. Thank you. If allegations of plagiarism of Sara Bareilles’ song “Brave” are true about Katy Perry and her new single “Roar” then the former Mrs Russell Brand
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Superman/Batman : Bryan Cranston And Lex Luthor Are Made For Each Other.

With the recent casting of Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne/Batman for the upcoming “Batman/Superman” film. One has to wonder what Warner Bros has planned next for their casting of the film. A character that has been tossed around as a possible lead villain/major character for the film has been Superman’s number one nemesis, Lex Luthor. Several sites have reported that “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston is urging Warner Bros to
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Ben Affleck Cast As New Batman In Man Of Steel Sequel, What Is Warner Bros Thinking?

In what many consider a shocking announcement, Warner Bros announced the casting of Oscar-winning actor/director Ben Affleck(Good Will Hunting, The Town) as the new Bruce Wayne/Batman in the highly anticipated Batman/Superman “Man Of Steel" 2015 sequel.  Affleck, who would recently score an Oscar for Best Picture in Argo, is set to take the Caped Crusader in an entirely different direction. With the official announcement coming late Thursday night, reaction on social media has been
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Ben Affleck Cast Batman In Batman/Superman Movie

It’s not a joke, hell hasn’t frozen over, Adam West wasn’t contacted first and declined the offer. Ben Affleck (Argo) has been cast as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the upcoming Batman/Superman film. The announcement was made today by Greg Silverman, President, Creative Development and Worldwide Production, and Sue Kroll, President, Worldwide Marketing and International Distribution, Warner Bros.Pictures. The studio has slated the film to open worldwide on July 17, 2015. Silverman
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Box Office Report For 8-19: The Butler Did It!

If there’s one thing these summer films have taught me, it’s that there’s no such thing as a guaranteed number 1 movie. Despite Kick-Ass 2 and Paranoia being promoted heavily, and having huge stars at their helm, it was Lee Daniels’ The Butler that took in the number 1 spot this week, raking in 24.6 million. The film about a former White House butler (played by Forest Whitaker (The Last
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Box Office Report: Elysium Blows Away Competition, Opens At $30.4 Million

Another new week, another new #1 film. This time it was Matt Damon and director Neill Blomkamp’s sci-fi/action film "Elysium" that took the top spot with 30.4 million. The film about a man’s (Damon) mission to a man-made space station where only the wealthy live on, received fairly positive reviews by fans and critics alike and was considered to be on par with Blomkamp’s other sci-fi blockbuster, “District 9”. While
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Box Office Report: 2 Guns Tames “The Wolverine”, Opens With $27 Million Debut

Another week, another new #1 film at the box office. This week Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington’s action/comedy “2 Guns” managed to take down “The Wolverine” with a debuting 27.3 million over the weekend. The film about a DEA agent and naval intelligence officer on the run from a drug cartel learning that both were undercover got mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike, but with the star power of