These ten documentaries take a look at some of the music industry’s best and how they made it to the top.
‘American Sniper,’ ‘Birdman’ and ‘The Theory of Everything’ were among the Best Picture nominees revealed during this morning’s 2015 Academy Awards announcement.
Sure, nearly every critic does their best to narrow down the year’s top 10 films. But to take just one list as gospel wouldn’t be right. So, here are 10 top 10 lists.
A deal has been struck between Sony, YouTube and Microsoft to stream controversial film The Interview starting today.
Currently, the film is set for an April 10, 2015, release in both 2D and 3D.
Big Hero 6 is out in theaters Nov. 7.
“When I played my shows in L.A., I was unaware that people from this movie were in the audience, and I had a role offered to me the next week,” Swift said.
On this week’s Billboard Hot 100 chart, “Cups” reaches its highest peak yet, jumping one spot to No. 8 after finding a home on both pop and adult contemporary radio.
Muse is set to play a full concert for 15,000 fans after zombie-apocalypse thriller, “World War Z,” premieres in London on June 2.
Beyoncé and André 3000 go “Back to Black” on their Amy Winehouse cover for the upcoming Great Gatsby soundtrack, but Amy’s father, Mitch Winehouse, wants them to go back to the drawing board. The cover is an almost […]
When it came time to record their sophomore album Wild & Free, A Rocket To the Moon decided to take a different approach and enlisted the help of several Nashville co-writers. But during an interview […]
Rock ‘n roll workaholic Dave Grohl‘s latest project is his new documentary Sound City, which tells the story of the storied L.A. recording studio of the same name. The project has brought him together with a […]
Ten great films to watch while you wait for life to get back to normal.
After the birth of Bella and Edward’s first daughter, the Cullens must gather other Vampire Clans to help protect their daughter from other false allegations! Check out the New Action packed Trailer inside…
When Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider was performing as club owner Dennis Dupree in Broadway’s Rock of Ages, word came through that the hit musical would soon be developed into a blockbuster movie. Snider’s manager was giddy over the prospect of Dee’s big screen casting – a role that eventually went to Alec Baldwin – but Dee had no expectations, thinking instead that the film would cast big names. And he was exactly right.
There is a long history warming up with a cough in pop songs, from Jet’s “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” to DJ Kool’s “Let Me Clear My Throat” (best known as the theme music for Yo! MTV Raps) to the original version of Oasis’s “Wonderwall.” Just like Neon Trees, they all started innocuously.
Singer Jewel will play the role of country icon June Carter Cash in a new biopic set to air on the Lifetime channel this fall.
Starting at Midnight On Friday May 4th, The Avengers Movie kicks of what could be one of the best and highly anticipated Summers for Movie releases. But will it make the list for the top […]
Universal Studios has a little bit to be concerned about regarding their next blockbuster movie being released “Battleship.” Seems like they have caught a production company that has created a knockoff movie similar to Battleship […]
The May issue of Elle magazine will feature a so-hot right now cover girl: Rihanna. The singer is starring in her first summer blockbuster, Battleship, and is wrapping up production on her 2011 hit album […]
If you’re feeling lucky, Beyonce has lined up three shows over Memorial Day weekend at the new Revel entertainment center in Atlantic City, NJ. The shows will be in the Revel signature performance space, Ovation […]
The Oscars take place this Sunday, and if you’re like us, your menu is planned, you have sent out the invitations, and you are just waiting for the day to come. We’ve done our research […]
It’s awards season again! The 84th Annual Oscar Nominations have been announced and while some of us will watch for the touching moments, their will be a handful of us just hoping something outrageous will […]
The nominees for this year’s Academy Awards were announced this morning in Los Angeles, and Martin Scorsese’s Paris adventure Hugo leads the pack this year with 11 nominations, among them Best Picture.
Recently, a trailer for the 2011 remake of Footloose went loose on the internet, and it reminded us our general movie manifest (and our sentiments towards Hollywood’s penchant for remakes and sequels): please stop making […]
CBS Radio‘s own Michael Catherwood was the first person to get kicked off Dancing With The Stars this season. As we shed a tear for our “co-worker” and read all the news stories about how […]
The upcoming film “Killing Bono” and it’s soundtrack will feature an early [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]U2[/lastfm] song called “Street Mission”. The track features Bono, the Edge, Larry Mullen, Adam Clayton and the Edge’s brother Dik Evans in […]
“Oh my god, that’s awful!” shouts Adam Sandler, standing next to Jennifer Aniston, the both of them laughing out loud during a red-carpet interview for their new movie Just Go With It. They were bowled over […]
During a quick and to-the-point announcement ceremony this morning, the 2011 Academy Award nominations were revealed live from Beverly Hills. Topping the list include such long-predicted favorites as The Social Network, True Grit, Black Swan, […]
On Sunday night, The Social Network was named winner of Best Picture at this year’s Golden Globes. Many had been speculating that the popular 2010 film about the founding of Facebook winning big that night, […]