On Monday December 7, Livestream will present exclusive coverage from the red carpet of “The Lovely Bones” Premiere in Los Angeles. The film stars Mark Wahlberg, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Michael Imperioli, and features director Peter Jackson. Tune in to http://livestream.com/TheLovelyBones at 9:30 pm (ET)/6:30 (PT) to take your spot on the red carpet.
Funcom and Xfire will present a unique live gameplay demonstration of ‘Rise of the Godslayer,’ the upcoming expansion for ‘Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures‘ on Monday December 7. The live demo will stream on Xfire.com at 3pm EST/12pm PST and will include new and never-before-seen content and gameplay played and presented by the developers themselves. This will be an exclusive sneak peak since the full-version will not be released until early-to-mid-2010. Check it out for the ultimate inside look!
AP Live will present an interview with Clipse, the hip-hop duo on Tuesday, December 8. At 1 pm (ET), Clipse, the Virginia-based group featuring brothers Malice and Pusha T, will talk about their 17-year history in the business and promote their latest album “Til the Casket Drops,” which will be released Tuesday, December 8. Tune in for the exclusive discussion at http://livestream.com/aplive.
Rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars will be hosting an exclusive Q&A on Wednesday, December 9 at 8 pm (ET)/5 pm (PT), live from Los Angeles. Jared Leto and the other band members will answer fan’s questions on the live broadcast while promoting their new album “This is War,” which will be released on Tuesday, December 8th. Tune in and meet the band at http://livestream.com/thirtysecondstomars.
Stonyfield’s Expedition Copenhagen youth correspondents will showcase a series of interviews with important people at the forefront of the climate change movement on weekdays from December 7th to the 18th. The series will tackle the events behind the scenes at COP15 – the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009. Some featured interviews will be with Will Steger of the Will Steger Foundation, Bill McKibben of 350.org, bicycle enthusiast Mikael Colville-Anderson, motivational environmental speaker Roz Savage, Garett Brennan of Focus the Nation, and many more. Tune in at 12 pm (EST)/9 am (PST) at http://livestream.com/stonyfield.
Nas and Damian Marley will headline the National Geographic event “Distant Relatives,” an exclusive debate and celebration of reggae and hip-hop and its roots to traditional African music on Saturday Dec. 12 at 7 pm (EST). They will debate and celebrate the implications of this culture’s impact on the global community with a panel of pioneers—from DJ Kool Herc and DJ Red Alert to Jamaican dancehall legend, Daddy U-Roy, King Jammy, and moderator Sway Calloway of MTV. This event will also be streamed live and broadcast online at Natgeomusic.net and http://livestream.com/distantrelatives.
Tori Amos will perform a live concert and answer fan’s questions on Facebook and Twitter live on Friday, December 11 at 3 pm (ET). After nearly two decades writing and recording some of her generation’s most emotionally powerful music, Tori Amos released her first seasonal album, Midwinter Graces, on November 10. Amos grew up playing holiday carols at Sunday services and Christmas Day celebrations in his church. These were the songs that gave a young Amos her first taste of music, and now almost 40 years later she gets her chance to re-imagine classics like “What Child, Nowell” and “Star of Wonder.” Join the musical experience at http://livestream.com/toriamos.
AP Live will interview the famous and influential comedian Bill Cosby on Wednesday, December 9. While the comedian is better known for his jokes, sweaters, and Jello commercials, Cosby recently released a rap album called “Bill Cosby Presents the Cosnarati: State of Emergency,” which made its debut in November 2009. Prepare to laugh at 3 pm (ET) on http://livestream.com/aplive.
AP Live will interview author Nicole Williams on Tuesday, December 8. At 2:30 pm (ET), Nicole Williams will discuss her new book “Girl on Top: Your Guide to Turning Dating Rules into Career Success,” which will hit stores back in October 2009. Williams takes 20 tried-and-true dating rules such as “Play Hard to Get” and “Don’t Give Away the Milk for Free”—and shows how to put them to use when the object of affection is the job. Listen to the popular self-help writer at http://livestream.com/aplive.
Chris Webber, the former NBA and Michigan standout, will be the host of Turner Sports Live on Thursday, December 10. The show will air during the halftime of the Boston Celtics/Washington Wizards game at 9 pm (ET), covering basketball in general, and will address live questions from fans. Talk some ball with Webber at http://livestream.com/turnersportslive.