Welcome to this week’s Roundup, where you can check out the biggest stories in music and movies throughout the world! Here are this week’s top stories.
Taylor Swift brings Reputation to Netflix
If you missed Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour that took place over the last two years like I did, you don’t have to fret if you still want to experience the show.
Netflix has announced that it will air the show as a concert film on New Year’s Eve. According to Billboard Boxscore, the tour itself has become the highest-grossest tour of all time in the United States.
Be sure to tune into the show beginning on December 31.
Oscars release shortlist for several categories
For the first time in its history, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have released a shortlist for nine categories at next year’s Academy Awards.
The Oscars have always been secretive with their nominations, but this year they are taking a different approach. The categories that received public shortlists are Documentary Feature, Documentary Short, Makeup/Hairstyling, Foreign Language Feature, Original Song, Original Score, Live Action Short and Animated Short.
The shortlist for each category can be found on the Academy’s website.
The first look at Where’d You Go, Bernadette?
The Cate Blanchett led adaptation of Maria Semple’s 2012 novel has released its first trailer.
Blanchett stars in the Richard Linklater film as Bernadette, an agoraphobic housewife who vanishes ahead of a family vacation to Antarctica. In addition to Blanchett, the film also stars Billy Crudup, Kristen Wiig, Judy Greer and many more.
Check out the full trailer below ↓
Miley Cyrus releases new Christmas song
Miley Cyrus didn’t just collaborate with Mark Ronson on her latest single Nothing Breaks Like a Heart. Ronson and Cyrus, along with help from Sean Ono Lennon, have recreated John Lennon’s Happy Xmas (War Is Over) for this holiday season with updated lyrics and great vocals from Cyrus.
Check out a full performance of the song on Saturday Night Live below ↓
This week’s movie releases: Mary Poppins Returns, Aquaman, Bumblebee, Welcome to Marwen, Cold War, Second Act
This week’s recommended tracks: Crossfire by Brandon Flowers, BOY by Charlie Puth, Seventeen by Troye Sivan