The biggest names in Hollywood have had their careers disrupted by the arrival of digital technology and the emergence of social media.
But a growing number of celebrities are using their platforms to create an alternative.
Some are using social media to get paid for their work.
But others are taking the opportunity to use their platforms as an outlet to connect with fans and connect with their audience.
Some celebrities have used their platforms in an unconventional way: to use the platforms to promote their own music, which is becoming a hot commodity in the music business.
Others are using the platforms as a way to promote themselves and their own projects.
The most recent example came with the signing of Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lopez to the Warner Bros. film The Legend of Tarzan, in which they signed a deal to promote the film on social media platforms, and to use Snapchat.
The project, which will be released on Snapchat, also launched a Snapchat-branded Snapchat filter, according to an article by Deadline Hollywood.
The project also signed a Snapchat deal with The Daily Beast.
According to Deadline Hollywood, the movie will launch a Snapchat filter that will be available to all Snapchat users, including Taylor Swift, the actor and former rapper, and Jennifer Jordan, a producer and director, in addition to the movie’s main characters.
In addition to Swift and Jordan, the film will launch the “Taylor Swift + The Legend Of Tarzan Snapchat Filter” on September 10.
According to Deadline, the filter will include a pop-up window that shows Swift’s “Beauty and the Beast” character in a new Snapchat photo caption.
The filters will also be available in other Snapchat-exclusive Snapchat accounts, including the “The Legend Of The Black Panther” movie, the “Battleship” film, the TV series “Game of Thrones” and the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” movie.
According the film’s press kit, the Snapchat filters will feature a range of images and videos, including a Snapchat photo that shows the new Black Panther character, and a Snapchat video of the actor, along with clips of Swift’s songs “Wildest Dreams” and “Shine.”
In a Snapchat note, the project said the filters will not be available for everyone.
“Our intention is to keep everyone in our audience as informed as possible as we launch these Snapchat filters,” the project’s note said.
“We want to make sure that we have a fun and interesting experience for everyone.”
According to the project, the filters are expected to launch by the end of September.
For many of the celebrities, the social media channels were their best source of income, but for others, the use of Snapchat was more convenient and profitable.
“I thought this was something that would bring more attention to my music, and it just made me want to keep going with it,” said Drake, who used the platform to promote his new album Views, released on Aug. 20.
“I don’t know if it will ever be used again.”
Drake, whose song “One Dance” was released on Instagram, is the latest celebrity to use Instagram to promote music.
Rihanna, who is on tour, tweeted on July 30, 2018 that she had created a Snapchat account.
She did not reveal her account’s name.
Drake, however, told Deadline Hollywood that the account was created with the intention of promoting Drake’s upcoming album Views.
“The thing is, I don’t need a Snapchat for that,” Drake said.
Drake’s use of Instagram is notable because Drake has not yet released a music video for Views.
The Drake-produced video for “Waves” featured a song called “Truly,” which was released the same day Drake released Views.
The Drake-led “Totally Built It” video also featured a “Drake” song called, “Loves,” which has since been removed from YouTube.
The Snapchat filters, which Drake and the other celebrities used to promote, are not the only social media tools they are using.
According the Hollywood Reporter, the projects are also being used to make content available to fans who have not yet seen the film.
“The people who have been doing this, they have the opportunity now to do something that is a bigger deal,” Drake told Deadline.
“They can say, ‘This is my story, and I am going to tell you how it happened.’
This is the opportunity that is really happening.”