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One Direction's 'Story of My Life' puts you inside band's family portraits -- VIDEO

Since there is no limit to the stats One Direction fans will collect about their favorite fivesome, Directioners are really going to eat up the very personal just-released music video for “Story of My Life.”

The clip shows Harry, Liam, Niall, Zayn, and Louis developing childhood pictures in a dark room before those photos come to life, complete with the guys’ real family members. Zayn’s sister puts her hair in pigtails to re-create a photo of the two as kids. And, in an especially touching moment, a picture of Louis with his grandparents and great-grandparents is shown, only to have his great-grandparents fade away when the picture enters the present.

Get inside the boy band’s life story below:
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David Bowie drops creepy 'Love Is Lost' video for Halloween: Watch it here

David Bowie knows a thing or two about being spooky—he did, after all, title one of his albums Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) – and he’s also responsible for this deeply unsettling video for “The Heart’s Filthy Lesson.”

Now he’s back with a Lynchian new clip for “Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix),” a reimagining of one of the best tracks on his 2013 comeback album The Next Day. The remix is care of former LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy, who is having a pretty good week all things considered (he also co-produced Arcade Fire’s just-released new album Reflektor).

According to the press release, the entire thing was constructed last weekend in Bowie’s Manhattan apartment, and cost $12.99 total—the price of the thumb drive Bowie had to pick up to transfer the finished video.

“Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix)” is one of several new tracks that will appear on The Next Day Extra, a deluxe edition of Bowie’s latest album. The three-disc set features the original record along with a second disc of bonus tracks and remixes and a DVD of the videos from The Next Day. It’ll be available November 5.

Check out the clip below. It’s a nice bit of mid-morning creepiness to kick off your Halloween. And seriously, watch “The Heart’s Filthy Lesson” too.

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Kanye and Lindsay Lohan drop in on Thirty Seconds to Mars' 'City of Angels' video: Watch it here

Jared Leto is getting serious awards-related attention for his performance in the about-to-be-released film The Dallas Buyers ClubBut the actor is also, famously, a musician and a filmmaker (he directs under the name Bartholomew Cubbins), and it’s those skills he applies to the new short film that accompanies the Thirty Seconds to Mars song “City of Angels.”

The song, from the soundtrack to The Dallas Buyers Club, is a tribute to Los Angeles, and the 11-minute film features testimonials from from a variety of L.A. denizens, including Kanye West, Lindsay Lohan, Selena Gomez, James Franco, Corey Feldman, Alan Cumming, Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash, and a handful of celebrity impersonators and street performers. The key quote? Kanye West declares “Fame is f—ing awesome!”

Watch the whole thing below, and don’t forget to stream the entirety of the excellent soundtrack to The Dallas Buyers Club

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See Ariana Grande, Big Sean as masquerade ballers in video for 'Right There'

Ruffled collars, sequined corsets, gilded doublets: It’s the best sweet-16 party ducats can buy!

The new clip for Ariana Grande and Big Sean’s “Right There” features the pop songstress as the belle of the masquerade ball, while Big Sean himself is elsewhere at a chapel, posing as a priest. Everything’s going smoothly until a handsome rogue played by Patrick Schwarzenegger (yep, that one) shows up to the party and steals Grande’s heart. Imagine it as a cross between Romeo and Juliet and The Great Gatsby, with a little bit of Can’t Hardly Wait thrown in for good measure.

Also, there’s synchronized swimming.

How does that all fit into one video? Watch below to find out:

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See Kate Mara and Anton Yelchin star in Broken Bells' short film 'After the Disco'

And you thought Arcade Fire was getting weird?

For their upcoming After the Disco, Broken Bells — a.k.a. James Mercer of the Shins and producer Danger Mouse — have released a “short film” directed by Jacob Gentry. The first installment, titled “Part One: Angel and the Fool” and premiered by the Creators Project, stars Kate Mara (House of Cards) and Anton Yelchin (Star Trek) getting cutesy on what seems to be either a faraway planet, or Utah.

It all sounds suspiciously James Franco-y, but we promise it’s pretty cool — plus, you get new Broken Bells music. Check it out here:

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Riley Keough takes out Justin Timberlake in 'TKO' video -- WATCH

Have you ever wanted to spend seven minutes watching Elvis Presley’s granddaughter alternately drag Justin Timberlake through a desert and make out with him in her kitchen?

Then today is your day, my friend! Timberlake’s new ‘TKO’ music video bypasses the easy boxing theme for a moody, predictably sexy treatment from “skateboarder turned visual effects artist turned director” Ryan Reichenfeld. The hitmaker shares his screen with just one other person: 24-year-old Riley Keough, of Magic Mike (and, you know, “being Elvis’s granddaughter”) fame.

She pouts, she smolders behind the wheel of a pickup truck, she angrily tosses a bowl of salad to the ground — but thankfully, she doesn’t literally kill Timberlake with her “coo coochie coochie coo,” despite Timbaland’s protestations to the contrary.

Watch the clip below, then tell me if you agree that Reichenfeld’s kitchen tableau seems to be inspired by this 2002 Harlequin Blaze novel. Uh, not that I’ve read that book or anything.

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Paul McCartney invites Johnny Depp, Meryl Streep, more to Abbey Road for 'Queenie Eye' video

Not everyone who pops up in Paul McCartney’s new Abbey Road-set “Queenie Eye” video is a celebrity, but a whole lot of them are: Johnny Depp, Meryl Streep, Sean Penn, Kate Moss, Jude Law, Jeremy Irons, Chris Pine.

And that’s just the start of the list. But don’t get your hopes up too high: Sir Paul’s new BFF Yoko Ono remains absent.

Take a look at the video below:

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Avril Lavigne duets with husband Chad Kroeger, plonks tragic piano in new 'Let Me Go' video -- watch it here

Abandoned mansion, sadness on a velveteen couch, sands through the hourglass. Also, Chad Kroeger as guitar-strumming Benjamin Button. He’s old. Poof! He’s young.

These things and more happen in the new video for “Let Me Go,” a three-way duet between Avril Lavigne, her new Nickelback-frontman husband, and a bucket of eyeliner.

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Bruno Mars drops 'Gorilla' video: Watch it here

Strippers, sweat, and subtitles: Bruno Mars is getting real.

The new video for “Gorilla,” Mars’ fourth Unorthodox Jukebox single, is set in a seedy tequila-soaked strip joint and features Slumdog Millionaire actress Frieda Pinto getting in down-and-dirty mode; she pole dances, licks guitars, and gets skintimate with Mars in the back of a car. Luis Guzman is there, too, to officiate.

Watch it below, via Facebook:

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Prince prefers dancing to pancakes in 'Breakfast Can Wait' video: Watch it here

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What is it about “Breakfast Can Wait” that Prince loves so much? Since the single dropped a few months back, His Purpleness has gone out of his way to give the track a totally amazing piece of cover art, and now he’s dropped what is probably his most high profile video in years.

In the Prince-free clip, directed by dancer Danielle Curiel, a couple plays out a most important meal of the day-eschewing fantasy before a sudden smash cut sends everyone to a dance studio and finally to a carefully-choreographed roundtable featuring a bunch of freaky masks and a whiff of Budweiser Black Crown.

Check it out below, and dig Prince’s cross-dressing doppelganger.  READ FULL STORY

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