He continues to drive the minds of many music lovers crazy with their indomitable single release that we could say has swept the world. Is it because many want to be drawn closer to our millennial generation or why has the world gone crazy over the release of the brandy track, “closer”? Well, that could be one of the many reasons, nevertheless, the most obvious one is the wild antics, addictive production, and of course their well-articulated artistic release and duo match of Alex Pall and Drew.
Their hilarious personalities have made their fans wilder whenever they hear of any of their
performances. As a matter of fact, their show is one of the most sought after in the city of NY and across the country. Alex Pall is one of the half of the duo who studied at North Eastern University and as coincident Dew also is a graduate from the same prestigious university.
Alex Pall with his other half is on a journey of success where each day they are revealing who they are besides their DJing skills. The new track is professionally weaved with deep emotions that are driving many as a drug. Alex grew up as DJ in NY City where he used to do what he liked alongside his career. He later realized he is more passionate about dance music and that’s when he met his manager who connected him with Drew. He resigned his job and got into the real business with Drew and they just matched properly.
When Alex Pall met Drew, they just clicked and it was obvious that they could work comfortably together. He was a talented producer while Pallknew some DJ gigs so they combined their skills and came up with same core values. He is the kind who want more, thus they work harder to have a bigger shot.
The new track, Closer, featured Halsey who Pall describes as incredible, very unique and has a great voice. If he was asked, she is the kind of person they would work with all through. The popularity of two has increased especially through social media across the world just because their music makes you feel a unique way.
On Air with Ryan Seacrest is a nationally, syndicated radio show in Los Angeles and is now rated number 1 for morning drive-time (iHeartMedia’s 102.7 KIIS FM, Top 40 radio show. Rayan Seacrest is the host for On Air with Ryan Seacrest and his show is one of many jobs that he holds. Mr. Seacrest is one busy man in Hollywood and other locations in the United States.
Ryan Seacrest is an entrepreneur that covers not only radio, but he spans in the television area too. Mr. Seacrest is also known for his host position for the iconic American Idol music competition televisions series on ABC. Ryan is not only a host on television, but he is also a producer that covers cable television and radio broadcast.
Ryan Seacrest entrepreneurial business involvement is not just limited to entertainment and media companies, he’s involved in philanthropic ventures too. Seacrest philanthropic endeavors have been known to have a remarkable impact on a nationwide scale and the primary focus is mainly geared toward youth oriented initiatives.
Some of Ryan’s producer efforts on television involves a morning talk show, Live with Kelly and Ryan (executive producer). In addition, he operates as a host and executive producer of New Year’s Eve (Dick Clark’s News Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest, ABC). He is also is a host on the E! network show Live From The Red Carpet and his television involvement doesn’t there. Ryan Seacrest owns a production company known as Ryan Seacrest Productions (RSP). Seacrest’s production company houses successful shows such as the Shahs of Sunset, I Love Kellie Pickler, Keeping Up With The Karadashians and spinoffs, Live From The Red Carpet, Insatiable and Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.
You would think that with all the things that Ryan Seacrest is doing that he would just stick to the entertainment business, but he doesn’t just stop there. Ryan is also in the fashion industry. He started a lifestyle enterprise which includes a menswear collection by the name of Ryan Seacrest Distinction, sold exclusively at Macy. Seacrest lifestyle brand also includes a mens skincare line along with other endeavors under his business umbrella.
Zed, played by Eric Stoltz, was supposed to have a very easy trip to Paris. The safecracker intended to take part in an easy bank robbery. Zed’s problem was assuming a bank robbery could go along without a hitch. A complete disaster ensues when the police surround the bank trapping Zed and the robbery crew along with a total psychopath of a ringleader by the name of Eric. Compounding matters for Zed would be the presence of a teller named Zoe who happens to be a prostitute he met the night before.
Killing Zoe allows screenwriter and directorRoger Avary and executive producer Lawrence Bender to once again visit the underworld. Things are never pretty in the violent realm the creative team produces, and they aren’t very forgettable either. The writing, directing, and acting help set this from apart from B-grade action fare. Bender’s production skills shouldn’t be overlooked though. The budget on this film hardly reaches the mega-millions. Yet, the feature looks visually impressive and evocative of classic crime dramas from the 1970s.
In terms of violence levels, Killing Zoe exceeds the excesses of Lawrence Bender’s other crime films Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs. Neither of those films shied away from explicit violence and shootouts. Killing Zoe take things to another level, but does not wallow in gratuitous gore capable of devolving the film into worthless exploitation.
The connection to previous films does go beyond the violence. With Reservoir Dogs, the central focus of the film dealt with the aftermath of a robbery gone bad. The audience never actually sees the failed robbery creating a unique narrative structural twist. In Killing Zoe, the events of the failed robbery take center stage. In a bit of cinematic irony, Lawrence Bender produced a film that provided fans of Reservoir Dogs with insight into how the botched robbery might have played out. Killing Zoe may be a sort of missing chapter from that film.
Lawrence Bender didn’t achieve his greatest hit with Killing Zoe, but the film went on to become a favorite among action and crime cinema fans. The film’s following grows.