Dark season 4? (Netflix)

Will there be Dark season 4 Netflix series?

Popular German sci-fi series Dark was always meant to be a trilogy. Well you never know, this show is so popular it wouldn’t surprise me if they make the 4th season. There is a lot of material for season 4 of Dark and I wouldn’t mind it all.

But everything about the Dark series revolves around the number 3, three time periods at the beginning and three worlds in the end.

Plus, Baran bo Odar, one of the show’s co-creators announced on Instagram back in May 2019 about a Dark future.

Baran bo Odar stated: “And it‘s official! We are working on Dark Season 3. It is the final cycle of this great journey.”

Also, Odar and his co-creator Jantje Friese announced the following:.

 “We will offer answers to the questions that our viewers have been asking and help untangle the story through time.

“It will be hard for us to walk away from those characters we have really grown fond of, but the beginning is the end, and the end is the beginning.”

Well that was back in 2019, I still believe/hoping there will be a Dark season 4 in near future, fingers crossed.

Dark Season 3 Family Tree, Who is Who?

I know it is quite confusing to catch up who is who on Dark.

Here below is the image/map explaining all important relationships in season 1, 2 and season 3.

Dark relationships in season 1, 2 and season 3.

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Netflix Series DARK Season 3 ending explained

Want the Netflix series Dark season 3 ending explained? Heaven Horror got you covered. Heaven Horror been huge fans of the series from the very beginning and simply devoured the final season when they received screeners for all episodes in season 3.

Already before the final season of this brilliant German sci-fi series was released on Netflix, they knew there would be questions. Since its release, Heaven Horror seen even more questions than they anticipated regarding the Dark season 3 ending and plot.

For more info go to the article source: Heaven Horror

DARK Season 3 Ending Explained (Full Season Breakdown)

SURF DOG RICOCHET STARS IN IMAX FILM ‘SUPERPOWER DOGS’, AN INSPIRING TRUE STORY

SURF DOG RICOCHET STARS IN IMAX FILM ‘SUPERPOWER DOGS’, AN INSPIRING
TRUE STORY OF EXTRAORDINARY DOGS, NARRATED BY CHRIS EVANS

OPENS IN L.A. ON MARCH 9TH AND WORLDWIDE ON MARCH 15TH

Watch trailer:

Ricochet’s sequence highlights her canine-assisted surf therapy, healing power and emotional support for a boy with special needs & a veteran with PTSD.

The World Premiere of Superpower Dogs, an inspiring true story of extraordinary dogs and their life-saving superpowers, opens on March 9th at the California Science Center, 700 Exposition Park Dr, Los Angeles, CA. It starts at 11am with a red carpet, followed by the screening and a reception.

The following week on March 15th, the film opens worldwide at IMAX, giant screen and digital cinemas in museums, science centers and other cultural institutions worldwide. Theater listings can be found on the Superpower Dogs website.

Ricochet is also hosting a private screening at the Fleet Science Center, 1875 El Prado, San Diego, CA on March 14th. Light fare cuisine will be provided by Bread and Cheese Catering.
Ricochet, a registered and certified goal-directed therapy dog is one of five dogs in the film. The other four include Henry, an avalanche rescue dog, Reef, a water rescue dog, Halo, a search and rescue dog and Tipper/Tony who sniff out poachers in South Africa. All these dogs rescue individuals in physical trauma. Ricochet, on the other paw, rescues people from emotional trauma, such as PTSD.

Every 65 minutes a veteran with PTSD takes their life by suicide! “It is because of these staggering statistics that Ricochet is participating in the film”, said Judy Fridono, Ricochet’s guardian. Her hope is that more light will be shed on our military war heroes who are suffering in silence, and how dogs can help in their recovery.

The film takes you on a journey around the globe with narrator, Chris Evans (Captain America) as he introduces you to these remarkable dogs. 3D cameras and computer graphics were utilized so audiences can experience the world through the eyes, ears, and nose of a dog.

All the “extras” on set were kids, families and the water team that have been on Ricochet’s journey since the beginning.
Ricochet’s sequence will showcase how she balances boards… and lives! It focuses on her ability to enrich the well-being of veterans with PTSD and children with special needs through the healing power of the ocean, and the healing power of a dog.

10 years ago, Ricochet became the first-ever canine assisted surf therapy dog because she made an independent decision to jump on the surfboard of Patrick Ivison, a 14 year old boy who is quadriplegic (he makes a cameo in the film). Since then, she has surfed with hundreds and hundreds of kids with special needs, people with disabilities, wounded warriors & veterans with PTSD.

Although surfing has been at the forefront of Ricochet’s work, it’s not just the act of surfing that makes her interactions so life changing. It’s her powerful ability to make immediate soul-to-soul connections with the individuals she interacts with.
As Griff and Logan interact, it becomes clear how much more alike they are than different. This young boy and this marine… held hostage by their inner turmoil. They both battle an invisible challenge. Movie goers will see the subtle and not so subtle behaviors Ricochet uses to communicate Griff’s physical or emotional distress. This interaction helps Griff identify deep seated emotional trauma that he describes as Ricochet’s soul vision.

Because the filmmakers were able to capture raw emotion from Griff, and corresponding behaviors from Ricochet, you’ll be able to see how she acted like a mirror, reflecting back his feelings, while exhibiting empathy and intuition. This is how she detects and alerts to his triggers, anxiety and stress. You’ll also see how she took responsibility for Griff, and prevented him from going in to situations that were overwhelming for him. She was able to avert panic attacks, melt downs and other anxiety provoking behavior.

Ricochet and Griff met through a six-week canine therapy clinic provided by Paws’itive Teams, and Naval Medical Center San Diego’s Wounded, Ill and Injured Wellness Program.
After the clinic ended, Griff volunteered for Ricochet’s Waves of Empowerment program, an initiative that connects veterans and kids through the challenges they face… taking them from the battleground to the playground.

Each veteran becomes a mentor, and is paired one-on-one with a child for a day of canine-assisted surf therapy and emotional healing. It has been found that being of service to another individual provides a sense of self-worth. To that end, Griff gains new purpose by mentoring and encouraging Logan to overcome his fears of the ocean by surfing with Ricochet. Logan also benefits by gaining his own personal military hero, and he becomes more confident, social and of course, empowered!

“I just hope Ricochet’s sequence will be the catalyst that gives hope to veterans with PTSD who are suffering in silence or contemplating suicide, as well as anyone else who is faced with emotional, physical or cognitive challenges”, said Fridono.

Fridono believes all dogs have these healing powers. Unfortunately, we often misinterpret their cues as bad behavior. In doing so, we miss the magic every dog is capable of. Her hope is that others will gain a better understanding of the sentience of dogs, and how they are always communicating with us… we just have to listen.

SEX EDUCATION, Netflix Rating, TV Show

Check the SEX EDUCATION Netflix Rating, TV Series (2019– )

A teenage boy with a sex therapist mother teams up with a high school classmate to set up an underground sex therapy clinic at school.  SEX EDUCATION Official Trailer Movie on Netflix, January 11th.

Sex Education, Netflix Rating

| Comedy, Drama | TV Series (2019– )

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Velvet Buzzsaw | Official Trailer | Netflix Rating

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All art is dangerous. Watch Velvet Buzzsaw on Netflix February 1, 2019. Velvet Buzzsaw is a thriller set in the contemporary art world scene of Los Angeles where big money artists and mega-collectors pay a high price when art collides with commerce. Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Toni Collette, Zawe Ashton, Tom Sturridge, Natalia Dyer, Daveed Diggs, Billy Magnussen, and John Malkovich star in the new mind-bending film written and directed by Dan Gilroy. Watch Velvet Buzzsaw on Netflix: http://netflix.com/velvetbuzzsaw

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| | Horror, Mystery, Thriller | 1 February 2019 (USA)

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Pacific Rim Uprising – Official Trailer 2 (HD)

The first Pacific Rim movie was good no dout about it. I’m not really sure about Pacific Rim Uprising, kinda looks like Transformer’s crossed with Power Rangers movie. From my point of view honestly, they didn’t really need to make a second movie. But that’s just my opinion. You can check the  movie trailer below.

Pacific Rim Uprising – Official Trailer 2 [HD] – YouTube

 

The globe-spanning conflict between otherworldly monsters of mass destruction and the human-piloted super-machines built to vanquish them was only a prelude to the all-out assault on humanity in Pacific Rim Uprising.

John Boyega (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) stars as the rebellious Jake Pentecost, a once-promising Jaeger pilot whose legendary father gave his life to secure humanity’s victory against the monstrous “Kaiju.” Jake has since abandoned his training only to become caught up in a criminal underworld. But when an even more unstoppable threat is unleashed to tear through our cities and bring the world to its knees, he is given one last chance to live up to his father’s legacy by his estranged sister, Mako Mori (Rinko Kikuchi)—who is leading a brave new generation of pilots that have grown up in the shadow of war. As they seek justice for the fallen, their only hope is to unite together in a global uprising against the forces of extinction.

Jake is joined by gifted rival pilot Lambert (The Fate of the Furious’ Scott Eastwood) and 15-year-old Jaeger hacker Amara (newcomer Cailee Spaeny), as the heroes of the PPDC become the only family he has left. Rising up to become the most powerful defense force to ever walk the earth, they will set course for a spectacular all-new adventure on a towering scale.

Pacific Rim Uprising is directed by Steven S. DeKnight (Netflix’s Daredevil, STARZ’s Spartacus) and also stars Jing Tian, Burn Gorman, Adria Arjona and Charlie Day.

Source: Pacific Movie

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2018 Oscar Nominations: Full list, Date

The 90th Academy Awards will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel for the second time . Oscars will air live on ABC on March 4, 2018.

Oscars 2018: Nominations Announcement: Video

 Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis announce this year’s nominees.

Here is the full list of 2018 Oscar nominations:

Best Picture:

“Call Me by Your Name”
“Darkest Hour”
“Dunkirk”
“Get Out”
“Lady Bird”
“Phantom Thread”
“The Post”
“The Shape of Water”
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

Lead Actor:

Timothée Chalamet, “Call Me by Your Name”
Daniel Day-Lewis, “Phantom Thread”
Daniel Kaluuya, “Get Out”
Gary Oldman, “Darkest Hour”
Denzel Washington, “Roman J. Israel, Esq.”

Lead Actress:

Sally Hawkins, “The Shape of Water”
Frances McDormand, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Margot Robbie, “I, Tonya”
Saoirse Ronan, “Lady Bird”
Meryl Streep, “The Post”

Supporting Actor:

Willem Dafoe, “The Florida Project”
Woody Harrelson, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Richard Jenkins, “The Shape of Water”
Christopher Plummer, “All the Money in the World”
Sam Rockwell, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

Supporting Actress:

Mary J. Blige, “Mudbound”
Allison Janney, “I, Tonya”
Lesley Manville, “Phantom Thread”
Laurie Metcalf, “Lady Bird”
Octavia Spencer, “The Shape of Water”

Director:

“Dunkirk,” Christopher Nolan
“Get Out,” Jordan Peele
“Lady Bird,” Greta Gerwig
“Phantom Thread,” Paul Thomas Anderson
“The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro

Animated Feature:

“The Boss Baby,” Tom McGrath, Ramsey Ann Naito
“The Breadwinner,” Nora Twomey, Anthony Leo
“Coco,” Lee Unkrich, Darla K. Anderson
“Ferdinand,” Carlos Saldanha
“Loving Vincent,” Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman, Sean Bobbitt, Ivan Mactaggart, Hugh Welchman

Animated Short:

“Dear Basketball,” Glen Keane, Kobe Bryant
“Garden Party,” Victor Caire, Gabriel Grapperon
“Lou,” Dave Mullins, Dana Murray
“Negative Space,” Max Porter, Ru Kuwahata
“Revolting Rhymes,” Jakob Schuh, Jan Lachauer

Adapted Screenplay:

“Call Me by Your Name,” James Ivory
“The Disaster Artist,” Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber
“Logan,” Scott Frank & James Mangold and Michael Green
“Molly’s Game,” Aaron Sorkin
“Mudbound,” Virgil Williams and Dee Rees

Original Screenplay:

“The Big Sick,” Emily V. Gordon & Kumail Nanjiani
“Get Out,” Jordan Peele
“Lady Bird,” Greta Gerwig
“The Shape of Water,” Guillermo del Toro, Vanessa Taylor
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” Martin McDonagh

Cinematography:

“Blade Runner 2049,” Roger Deakins
“Darkest Hour,” Bruno Delbonnel
“Dunkirk,” Hoyte van Hoytema
“Mudbound,” Rachel Morrison
“The Shape of Water,” Dan Laustsen

Best Documentary Feature:

Best Documentary Short Subject:

“Edith+Eddie,” Laura Checkoway, Thomas Lee Wright
“Heaven is a Traffic Jam on the 405,” Frank Stiefel
“Heroin(e),” Elaine McMillion Sheldon, Kerrin Sheldon
“Knife Skills,” Thomas Lennon
“Traffic Stop,” Kate Davis, David Heilbroner

Best Live Action Short Film:

“DeKalb Elementary,” Reed Van Dyk
“The Eleven O’Clock,” Derin Seale, Josh Lawson
“My Nephew Emmett,” Kevin Wilson, Jr.
“The Silent Child,” Chris Overton, Rachel Shenton
“Watu Wote/All of Us,” Katja Benrath, Tobias Rosen

Best Foreign Language Film:

“A Fantastic Woman” (Chile)
“The Insult” (Lebanon)
“Loveless” (Russia)
“On Body and Soul (Hungary)
“The Square” (Sweden)

Film Editing:

“Baby Driver,” Jonathan Amos, Paul Machliss
“Dunkirk,” Lee Smith
“I, Tonya,” Tatiana S. Riegel
“The Shape of Water,” Sidney Wolinsky
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” Jon Gregory

Sound Editing:

“Baby Driver,” Julian Slater
“Blade Runner 2049,” Mark Mangini, Theo Green
“Dunkirk,” Alex Gibson, Richard King
“The Shape of Water,” Nathan Robitaille, Nelson Ferreira
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” Ren Klyce, Matthew Wood

Sound Mixing:

“Baby Driver,” Mary H. Ellis, Julian Slater, Tim Cavagin
“Blade Runner 2049,” Mac Ruth, Ron Bartlett, Doug Hephill
“Dunkirk,” Mark Weingarten, Gregg Landaker, Gary A. Rizzo
“The Shape of Water,” Glen Gauthier, Christian Cooke, Brad Zoern
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” Stuart Wilson, Ren Klyce, David Parker, Michael Semanick

Production Design:

“Beauty and the Beast,” Sarah Greenwood; Katie Spencer
“Blade Runner 2049,” Dennis Gassner, Alessandra Querzola
“Darkest Hour,” Sarah Greenwood, Katie Spencer
“Dunkirk,” Nathan Crowley, Gary Fettis
“The Shape of Water,” Paul D. Austerberry, Jeffrey A. Melvin, Shane Vieau

Original Score:

“Dunkirk,” Hans Zimmer
“Phantom Thread,” Jonny Greenwood
“The Shape of Water,” Alexandre Desplat
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” John Williams
“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” Carter Burwell

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Original Song:

“Mighty River” from “Mudbound,” Mary J. Blige
“Mystery of Love” from “Call Me by Your Name,” Sufjan Stevens
“Remember Me” from “Coco,” Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez
“Stand Up for Something” from “Marshall,” Diane Warren, Common
“This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman,” Benj Pasek, Justin Paul

Makeup and Hair:

“Darkest Hour,” Kazuhiro Tsuji, David Malinowski, Lucy Sibbick
“Victoria and Abdul,” Daniel Phillips and Lou Sheppard
“Wonder,” Arjen Tuiten

Costume Design:

“Beauty and the Beast,” Jacqueline Durran
“Darkest Hour,” Jacqueline Durran
“Phantom Thread,” Mark Bridges
“The Shape of Water,” Luis Sequeira
“Victoria and Abdul,” Consolata Boyle

Visual Effects:

Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots Postgame Recap

Super Bowl XLIX probably wouldn’t have been an all-time classic if the New England Patriots’ defense had followed Bill Belichick’s favorite motto. The Patriots’ defense didn’t “do its job” to end the half, allowing the Seattle Seahawks to drive down the field in just 30 seconds to score and tie the game at 14-14. Find out how both teams got to that point in our first half film review:

QUARTERBAC: Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson

The Patriots showed their hand right away by targeting tight end Rob Gronkowski, wide receiver Danny Amendola and running back Shane Vereen on short passes to begin the game. The dink-and-dunk offense was in full effect, and Brady was highly efficient, going 20 of 27 for 177 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in the first half. Brady’s best pass of the first half was a deep strike to Gronkowski over linebacker K.J. Wright. Brady saw the 246-pound Wright lined up out wide on Gronkowski in man coverage, and trusted his tight end to shake the linebacker off the snap. Brady was criticized after the game for only throwing short passes, but unless he trusted his matchup, it didn’t make sense to go deep. This is one of the rare instances in which he was willing to take a shot. Gronkowski briefly froze Wright with his move, but it wouldn’t have been a touchdown unless Brady put perfect touch on the ball. Gronk was able to snag it out of the air over Wright: Brady’s worst pass, obviously, was his interception to cornerback Jeremy Lane. It’s really unclear who Brady was even trying to hit on the pass, but he was getting pressured and made the terrible decision to get rid of the ball in the middle of the field rather than throwing it out of the end zone or taking a sack. Defensive end Michael Bennett looped around on a stunt to hurry Brady, who wildly fired into the end zone. Only Julian Edelman, deep in the end zone, and Amendola, to the left, were in the area:

RUNNING BACKS: Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

Blount had a hard time finding any room to run on the Seahawks’ stout front four. Many observers thought the Patriots would be able to run on the Seahawks, but the Patriots had other plans, using short, finesse passes to replace runs. Blount ran for just 37 yards on 10 carries in the first half. Vereen immediately was a big contributor in the passing game. He picked up 16 yards late in the second quarter, leading to the Patriots’ second score. The Patriots used Gronkowski to open up the third-down running back. Gronkowski cleared out strong safety Kam Chancellor on a drag, and Vereen got a step on linebacker Bobby Wagner. Brady hit Gronk for a score two plays later:

WIDE RECEIVER:Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

Cornerback Richard Sherman only allowed one catch, and it came on the second play of the game — a 6-yard completion to Danny Amendola. Once Lane went down with a broken arm, Brady targeted cornerback Tharold Simon heavily. Wide receiver Brandon LaFell beat Simon for the Patriots’ first score. Brady briefly froze Simon and free safety Earl Thomas with the play fake, then has to fit his throw to LaFell into a small window: Edelman caught three passes for 41 yards in the first half. Check out a full recap of his Super Bowl performance here.

Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots
Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

TIGHT ENDS: Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

The Seahawks covered Gronkowski with Wright and Chancellor both for most of the first half. Gronkowski split out to the right on two plays and was covered by Sherman. Chancellor did a great job on Gronk in the first half, blanking him, while Wright allowed two catches for 26 yards, including the touchdown.

OFFENSIVE LIN: Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

The Patriots’ offensive line wasn’t asked to block for very long, since Brady mostly was dealing out short passes. They still gave up 10 pressures in the first half: LT Nate Solder: two hurries LG Dan Connolly: one quarterback hit, one hurry C Stork: one hurry RG Ryan Wendell: two hurries RT Sebastian Vollmer: three hurries The offensive line had trouble opening up holes for Blount and Vereen in the running game.

DEFENSIVE LIN:Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

The defensive line’s focus was on keeping Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson in the pocket, though it did record two sacks in the first half. Chandler Jones beat guard James Carpenter, and cornerback Darrelle Revis sacked Wilson in the open field before the quarterback could take off on a scramble. The defensive line helped hold running back Marshawn Lynch to 45 yards on 12 carries and a touchdown in the first half. The biggest run the unit allowed was a 19-yarder to backup running back Robert Turbin with 30 seconds left in the half. If the Seahawks hadn’t picked up that first down and long gain, then they might have decided to kneel on the ball to end the half, allowing the Patriots to go into halftime with a seven-point lead. Defensive tackle Chris Jones was shoved out of his gap by Carpenter and linebacker Jamie Collins was held up by center Max Unger. Safety Devin McCourty had to play the last line of defense:

LINEBACKERS:Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

Collins allowed another costly play right after Turbin’s long run, when he wasn’t able to stop Wilson in the backfield. Wilson took off for 17 yards. It was the only time Wilson kept the ball on a read option. Defensive end Chandler Jones fully committed to Turbin, and Collins whiffed on Wilson: Dont’a Hightower reportedly will have surgery to repair a torn labrum over the offseason. He played exceptionally well given the injury, doing a solid job filling rushing lanes.

CORNERBACK: Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

The Patriots allowed just four completions on seven targets to Wilson in the first half, but those receptions went for 6, 44, 23 and 11 yards. The Patriots’ secondary absolutely blanketed the Seahawks’ receivers in the first quarter (see stills below), but Seattle was able to find some space later in the half: The Seahawks’ first reception went for 6 yards to receiver Jermaine Kearse, who successfully got open on cornerback Brandon Browner on a comeback route. Cornerback Kyle Arrington mistimed his jump on a deep pass from Wilson to receiver Chris Matthews, who hadn’t caught a ball all season. Arrington misjudged a route by receiver Ricardo Lockette later in the second quarter, allowing a 23-yard catch. He also grabbed Lockette’s facemask, adding another 10 yards to the play. Cornerback Logan Ryan, after perfectly playing a deep target to Kearse in the first quarter, allowed an 11-yard touchdown to Matthews. It’s unclear if the coverage or Ryan was to blame, but he gave the tall receiver a large cushion. Ryan must not have expected the Seahawks to run a fade route, since he cheats back into the end zone. The game was tied going into the half after this play:

SAFETIE: Super Bowl XLIX: Seahawks vs Patriots

Safeties Devin McCourty and Patrick Chung held tight end Luke Willson catchless. Wilson read the Patriots’ coverage well and was able to look off McCourty on his deep throws.

Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots vs. Seahawks highlights Video

 

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Grammys 2015 Nominees: The Complete List

The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will be held on February 8, 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

57th Annual Grammy Awards
Grammys 2015 Nominations

British singer Sam Smith and Beyonce, the most nominated female in Grammy history, are the current leaders at the Grammy Awards with five each.

Grammys 2015 Nominees: The Complete List

Album of the Year
Beck, Morning Phase
Beyonce, Beyonce
Ed Sheeran, x
Sam Smith, In the Lonely Hour
Pharrell Williams, Girl

Best New Artist

Bastille
Iggy Azalea
Brandy Clark
Haim
Sam Smith

Record of the Year

“Fancy,” Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX
“Chandelier,” Sia
“Stay With Me (Darkchild Version),” Sam Smith
“Shake It Off,” Taylor Swift
“All About That Bass,” Meghan Trainor

Song of the Year

“Chandelier,” Sia
“All About That Bass,” Meghan Trainor
“Shake It Off,” Taylor Swift
“Stay With Me (Darkchild Version),” Sam Smith
“Take Me to Church,” Hozier

Best Rap Album

The New Classic, Iggy Azalea
Because the Internet, Childish Gambino
Nobody’s Smiling, Common
The Marshall Mathers LP2, Eminem
Oxymoron, ScHoolboy Q
Blacc Hollywood, Wiz Khalifa

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

“Fancy,” Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX
“A Sky Full of Stars,” Coldplay
“Say Something,” A Great Big World ft. Christina Aguilera
“Bang Bang,” Ariana Grande, Jessie J & Nicki Minaj
“Dark Horse,” Katy Perry ft. Juicy J

Best Rap Performance

“3005,” Childish Gambino
“0 to 100/The Catch Up,” Drake
“Rap God,” Eminem
“i,” Kendrick Lamar
“All I Need Is You,” Lecrae

Best Alternative Music Album

This Is All Yours, alt-J
Reflektor, Arcade Fire
Melophobia, Cage the Elephant
St. Vincent, St. Vincent
Lazaretto, Jack White

Best Rock Album

Ryan Adams, Ryan Adams
Morning Phase, Beck
Turn Blue, The Black Keys
Hypnotic Eye, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Songs of Innocence, U2

Best Rock Song

“Ain’t It Fun,” Paramore
“Blue Moon,” Beck
“Fever,” The Black Keys
“Gimme Something Good,” Ryan Adams
“Lazaretto,” Jack White

Best Country Album

Riser, Dierks Bentley
The Outsiders, Eric Church
The Way I’m Livin’, Lee Ann Womack
12 Stories, Brandy Clark
Platinum, Miranda Lambert

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

“Blak Majik,” Common ft. Jhené Aiko
“The Monster,” Eminem ft. Rihanna
“Tuesday,” I Love Makonnen ft. Drake
“Studio,” ScHoolboy Q ft. BJ The Chicago Kid
“Bound 2,” Kanye West & Charlie Wilson

Best Rap Song

“Anaconda,” Nicki Minaj
“Bound 2,” Kanye West & Charlie Wilson
“i,” Kendrick Lamar
“We Dem Boyz,” Wiz Khalifa
“0 to 100/The Catch Up,” Drake

Best Country Song

“American Kids,” Kenny Chesney
“Automatic,” Miranda Lambert
“Give Me Back My Hometown,” Eric Church
“I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” Glen Campbell
“Meanwhile Back at Mama’s,” Tim McGraw ft. Faith Hill

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

“Gentle On My Mind,” The Band Perry
“Somethin’ Bad,” Miranda Lambert with Carrie Underwood
“Day Drinking,” Little Big Town
“Meanwhile Back At Mama’s,” Tim McGraw ft. Faith Hill
“Raise ‘Em Up,” Keith Urban ft. Eric Church

Best Country Solo Performance

“Give Me Me Back My Hometown,” Eric Church
“Invisible,” Hunter Hayes
“Automatic,” Miranda Lambert
“Something In the Water,” Carrie Underwood
“Cop Car,” Keith Urban

Best Pop Vocal Album

Ghost Stories, Coldplay
Bangerz, Miley Cyrus
My Everything, Ariana Grande
Prism, Katy Perry
x, Ed Sheeran
In the Lonely Hour, Sam Smith

Best Urban Contemporary Album

Sail Out, Jhene Aiko
Beyonce, Beyonce
X, Chris Brown
Mali Is, Mali Music
G I R L, Pharrell Williams

Best Dance/Electronic Album

Syro, Aphex Twin
While (1, Deadmaus
Nabuma Rubberband, Little Dragon
Do It Again, Röyksopp & Robyn
Damage Control, Mat Zo

Best Dance Recording

“Never Say Never,” Basement Jaxx
“Rather Be,” Clean Bandit ft. Jess Glynne
“F for You,” Disclosure ft. Mary J. Blige
“I Got U,” Duke Dumont ft. Jax Jones
“Faded,” Zhu

Best Latin Pop Album

Tangos, Ruben Blades
Elypse, Camila
Raiz, Lila Downs, Niña Pastori & Soledad Pastorutti
Loco de Amor, Juanes
Gracias Por Estar Aqui, Marco Antonio Solis

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

American Hustle
Guardians of the Galaxy
Frozen
Get On Up: The James Brown Story
The Wolf of Wall Street

Best Music Video

“We Exist,” Arcade Fire
“Turn Down for What,” DJ Snake & Lil Jon
“Chandelier,” Sia
“Happy,” Pharrell Williams
“The Golden Age,” Woodkid ft. Max Richter

Best Music Film

Beyoncé & Jay Z: On The Run Tour, Beyoncé & Jay Z
Ghost Stories, Coldplay
20 Feet From Stardom, Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer & Judith Hill
Metallica: Through The Never, Metallica
The Truth About Love Tour: Live From Melbourne, Pink

Best Pop Solo Performance

“All of Me,” John Legend
“Chandelier,” Sia
“Stay With Me,” Sam Smith
“Shake It Off,” Taylor Swift
“Happy,” Pharrell Williams

Best Reggae Album

Ziggy Marley, Fly Rasta
Lee “Scratch” Perry, Back on the Controls
Sean Paul, Full Frequency
Shaggy, Out of Many, One Music
Sly & Robbie & Spicy Chocolate, The Reggae Power
Soja, Amid the Noise and the Haste

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Cheek to Cheek, Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett
Sending You a Little Christmas, Johnny Mathis
Nostalgia, Annie Lennox
Partners, Barbra Streisand
Night Songs, Barry Manilow

Best Americana Album

The River & The Thread, Rosanne Cash
Terms of My Surrener, John Hiatt
Bluesamericana, Keb’ Mo’
A Dotted Line, Nickel Creek
Metamodern Sounds in Country Music, Sturgill Simpson

Best Spoken Word Album

Actors Anonymous, James Franco
A Call to Action, Jimmy Carter
Carsick: John Waters Hitchhikes Across America, John Waters
A Fighting Chance, Elizabeth Warren
Diary of a Mad Diva, Joan Rivers
We Will Survive: True Stories of Encouragement, Inspiration and the Power of Song, Gloria Gaynor

Best Gospel Album

Help, Erica Campbell
Amazing, Ricky Dillard & New G
Withholding Nothing: Live, William McDowell
Forever Yours, Smokie Norful
Vintage Worship, Anita Wilson

Best Rock Performance

“Gimme Something Good,” Ryan Adams
“Do I Wanna Know?”, Arctic Monkeys
“Blue Moon,” Beck
“Fever,” The Black Keys
“Lazaretto,” Jack White

Best Metal Performance

“Neon Knights,” Anthrax
“High Road,” Mastodon
“Heartbreaker,” Motörhead
“The Negative One,” Slipknot
“The Last In Line,” Tenacious D

Best R&B Performance

“Drunk In Love,” Beyoncé ft. Jay Z
“New Flame,” Chris Brown ft. Usher & Rick Ross
“It’s Your World,” Jennifer Hudson ft. R. Kelly
“Like This,” Ledisi
“Good Kisser,” Usher

Beyoncé – Drunk in Love (Explicit) ft. JAY Z – VIDEO

Best R&B Song

“Drunk In Love,” Beyonce ft. Jay Z
“Good Kisser,” Usher
“New Flame,” Chris Brown ft. Usher & Rick Ross
“Options (Wolfjames Version),” Luke James ft. Rick Ross
“The Worst,” Jhené Aiko

Best R&B Album

Islander, Bernhoft
Lift Your Spirit, Aloe Blacc
Love, Marriage & Divorce, Toni Braxton & Babyface
Black Radio 2, Robert Glasper Experiment
Give The People What They Want, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings