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Lars von Trier questioned by police about Nazi-Hitler comments “Melancholia” director Lars von Trier just had his pr firm send out this statement regarding his Hitler and Nazi comments from last May’s Cannes Film Festival. Apparently he was questioned by police in Denmark–that’s where North Zealand is. So even at home he’s in trouble from staying stupid and reckless things at that press conference.
“Today at 2 pm I was questioned by the Police of North Zealand in connection with charges made by the prosecution of Grasse in France from August 2011 regarding a possible violation of prohibition in French law against justification of war crimes. The investigation covers comments made during the press conference in Cannes in May 2011. Due to these serious accusations I have realized that I do not possess the skills to express myself unequivocally and I have therefore decided from this day forth to refrain from all public statements and interviews.
Lars von Trier
Avedøre, 5. October 2011″
He told GQ magazine in their October issue: “To say I’m sorry for what I said is to say I’m sorry for what kind of a person I am, I’m sorry for my morals, and that would destroy me as a person. It’s not true. I’m not sorry. I am not sorry for what I said. I’m sorry that it didn’t come out more clearly. I’m not sorry that I made a joke, but I’m sorry that I didn’t make it clear that it was a joke. But I can’t be sorry for what I said — it’s against my nature.”
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LMFAO’S ‘Party Rock Anthem’ Hits #1 LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock is officially the hottest song of the summer as it takes the #1 spot on both the Billboard Hot 100 Singles and the Hot Digital Tracks charts for the week ending July 3, 2011 selling 234,262 and over 1.7 million to date. The track is also a Top 5 hit at both Top 40 and Rhythmic Radio. The VIDEO for the track, a take on the zombie movie “28 Days Later” where Redfoo and Sky Blu wake from a party induced coma to find the world possessed to dance to “Party Rock Anthem,” has seen over 100 million views on VEVO!
The GRAMMY® nominated electro hip-hop duo released their sophomore set Sorry For Party Rocking June 21st on Party Rock/ Records where it debuted at #12 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart. Sorry For Party Rocking was produced by Party Rock (Redfoo, GoonRock, Audiobot).
Global sales of “Party Rock Anthem” is about to surpass 4 Million units. “Party Rock Anthem” has hit #1 on charts in Australia (where it spent 10 weeks at #1), Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France (where it is at #1 for the 8th week in a row),Germany, Ireland, Luxemborg, Mexico, New Zealand (where it spent 10 weeks at #1),Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom (where it spent 4 weeks at #1) and on the European Airplay Chart, European Digital Tracks Chart and European Hot 100. “Party Rock Anthem” has hit Top 5 n Finland, Holland, Norway, South Africa and Spain.
“Champagne Showers” featuring Cherrytree Records label mate Natalia Kills is the second official international single from “Sorry For Party Rocking.” In the United Kingdom it has already been added to BBC Radio 1, Capital Radio and Kiss 100 in the UK. The single has also appeared in the Top 10 on the iTunes song charts in both New Zealand and Australia.
Best known for their party rock hits “I’m In Miami Bitch,” “La La La,” “Yes,” and “Shots (featuring Lil Jon),” LMFAO have sold over 3 million singles and 200,000 copies of their debut album Party Rock since its release in July 2009. Party Rock was nominated for Best Electronic/Dance Album at the 52nd Annual GRAMMY® Awards where the duo successfully, and hilariously, hosted the pre-tel awards ceremony.
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