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On buzzfeed.com where they premiered the new single they included a interview Nick did recently.
What advice would you give to One Direction?
Nick Carter: Have fun and respect everyone on the way up. Sometimes success can make you jaded. Especially when you have a record label or managers pushing you to get that extra buck. It can make you tired and you can lose perspective. Its important to realize you are blessed with the opportunity of being in the business.
What was it like making a guest appearance at the end of This Is The End?
NC: What an amazing experience it was to be in This is the End. Seth [Rogen] and Evan [Goldberg] had the great idea to bring us in. Those guys are comical geniuses. When we got the call we were like, “Hell yeah let’s do it!!” We have been fans of all those guys for years and to be a part of a movie of that caliber was more than an honor. Don’t let them fool ya though, those guys are multi-talented. Seth, Jay [Baruchel] and Craig [Robinson] killed it on the dance moves.
How did it feel to get in the studio with Max Martin again?
NC: Max is like a brother to us. It only felt right to have him back for our 20th anniversary. It’s no secret that he is one of the greatest writers of all time. His melodies soar beyond the borders of most people imaginations. We are such fans of his music. We love him.
First we got the news the single In A World Like This premieres tomorrow (see our other post about z100), then the album cover and to top it all off the track list! It was posted on the official site.
1. In A World Like This
2. Permanent Stain
5. Show ‘Em (What You’re Made Of)
6. Make Believe
8. Trust Me
9. Love Somebody
10. One Phone Call
11. Feels Like Home
Update: The Japanese bonus track for the album will be the song Light On. It’s the song Nick and Howie had mentioned in their fan chat last September. The bonus track info came from Sony Music Japan.
[Spoilers ahead.] There are a handful of delightful cameos in This Is the End: Michael Cera, Rihanna, Channing Tatum. But the cameo worthy of closing out the movie belonged to the Backstreet Boys, who lead an “Everybody” dance-along in heaven. How did that scene come about? “We were trying to figure out a way to spruce up the end, to make it better, ” co-writer-director Evan Goldberg told us last week, at a screening hosted by Fiji Water and Svedka Vodka. “It actually was an off-handed suggestion of our wives, and then Seth [Rogen] just kept bringing it up, and then it kind of snowballed into something that we didn’t think could happen, and it did.” But that wasn’t how the movie was originally going to end.
How This Is the End Was Originally Going to End
Originally, Goldberg and Seth Rogen wanted the main crew to go to heaven and be greeted by none other than Morgan Freeman. “The whole joke was, he shows up, and he’s like, ‘I’m God,’” Goldberg said. “And they’re like, ‘You’re God?’ And Jay [Baruchel] goes, ‘Wait, so when we were in Million Dollar Baby together, were you God then? I don’t get it.’ And then God shows up and he’s like, ‘We’re just fucking with you. This is Morgan Freeman. We just play this joke on people when they come to heaven now. Do you guys want to get high and play some video games?’”
E! is going inside some of the summer’s biggest concert tours.
In a bid for timeliness and the “pop of culture” that its tagline suggests, the cable network will launch E!’s Inside Track Summer Concert Series as a regular part of E! News. The effort, a collaboration with Live Nation, will offer viewers a window into the life of some of the day’s biggest musical acts.
The Summer Concert Series will kick off June 21 at 7 p.m. with footage from Pitbull and Ke$ha’s Detroit concert and feature performances from Brad Paisley in Tampa, Jonas Brothers (Chicago), Backstreet Boys (Chicago), New Kids on the Block (Detroit), Big Time Rush (Phoenix) plus Matchbox Twenty and the Goo Goo Dolls (St. Louis).
Seth Rogen talked with Entertainment Weekly about BSB cameo in This is the End.
We talked to the Backstreet Boys last week about their totally unexpected cameo at the end of the movie. Can you tell us how that came together?
When we wrote the script, we had a scene in heaven. And when we were filming, we just — we didn’t write it that well initially, and we were kind of like, “Eh, let’s not do this.” It’s always mine and Evan’s instincts, probably poorly, to end the movie before we actually should. So the actual movie ended with us just getting sucked up into heaven, and you didn’t see what happened. And then when we finished the movie, there was an overwhelming voice of “What the f— happens in heaven?” You want to see what happens. Even when we watched, we were like, “Yeah, you want to see what happens in heaven.” So we were already using the Backstreet Boys song ["Everybody (Backstreet's Back)"] in the movie for when me and Jay were hanging out, playing videogames. We kind of chose it because it’s nostalgic and [we] thought, for the guys, it was a song that they would have listened to when they were younger and hung out and do all the sh— that they’re doing in the scene, basically. And it kind of always played really well. It’s kind of the emotional high point of the movie. It’s when everyone’s the happiest. So we just had the idea: “What if the Backstreet Boys are in heaven?”
Warning: Major spoilers ahead about the ending of “This Is The End.”
By the time Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and Craig Robinson make it to heaven at the end of “This Is The End,” one thing is clear: even after the apocalypse, The Backstreet Boys will always come back.
“When it was kind of mentioned that we might get to work with them, it was across the board: ‘Yes, it has to be them,’” Baruchel told HuffPost Entertainment about the Backstreet Boys’ appearance, a group performance of the hit single “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” that takes place inside the pearly gates of the great beyond. “Our tongues are nowhere near our cheeks when we’re dancing with them. Let there be no mistake: We were so goddamned honored.”
According to Baruchel, 31, the heaven sequence was shot over the course of one day, meaning he, Rogen and Robinson had to learn the Backstreet Boys’ famous dance moves in a short amount of time. Not that it mattered.
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