Alex Pall Explains his time Spent with Halsey and Gives his Opinion on Andrew’s Singing

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When The Chainsmokers teamed up with the singer Halsey and released "Closer." They conducted an interview with Interview Magazine to talk about their experiences working with Halsey and the event that marked a first in Chainsmoker history: Andrew Taggart singing. Unlike The Chainsmokers other songs, where they only handled the production and songwriting side of things, "Closer features vocals from one of The Chainsmokers. This not only marks Taggart's debut to the world of singing, but it means The Chainsmokers are open to drastic changes. Eventually, the interviewer asked Alex Pall what it was like working with a talented singer like Halsey. "She's incredible," Alex said. Alex went on to explain that Halsey was at the top of their list for who they wanted to work with last year. "...

“Inglourious Basterds,” a glorious film produced by Lawrence Bender

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“Inglourious Basterds,” a 2009 film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, is among producer Lawrence Bender’s finest films. A frequent collaborator with Tarantino, Bender has produced all but three of Tarantino’s films. “Inglourious Basterds” has all the graphic violence fans have come to expect from Tarantino, but it is hardly misplaced in the setting of France during World War II. The movie ends with the death of Nazi leader Adolph Hitler, an intriguing bit of revisionist history. Brad Pitt puts in a fine performance as Aldo Raine, the leader of the Basterds, a Special Forces crew of Jewish Americans who spread fear through German forces by scalping its enemies. The Basterds hatched a plot to kill Hitler, along with numerous German brass including Hitler associate and propagan