“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.
Life has changed dramatically for the two former members of the Russian punk-protest outfit, moving from prison bars to life as bona fide celebrities.
Radio.com premieres a scene from the movie and talks distribution with Insomniac Events’ Pasquale Rotella. Kaskade, who provides the score, also sounds off.
Director Jonathan Demme, a rock ‘n’ roll fan who’d directed the celebrated Talking Heads concert film ‘Stop Making Sense,’ decided to aim high for the soundtrack, for something that would resonate with a modern audience.
Drake, Kanye West and Robin Thicke all pay homage to the man with the best hair in the news business.
This year’s nominees for Best Original Song include a former wicked witch, an ex-boy bander, a past winner and a stadium rock band who are new to the soundtrack game.
‘Anchorman’ stars shared the ‘SNL’ stage last night with One Direction for a rowdy rendition of “Afternoon Delight.”
Following her role in the British film Spivs and cameo in Fast & Furious 6, Ora has no been cast as Mia, the adopted younger sister of Christian Grey in the film adaptation of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey.
Thirty Seconds To Mars’ documentary Artifact, chronicling their war with record label EMI, has finally been given a proper release date. But you won’t be able to see it in a theater near you.
Ed Sheeran is channeling Bilbo Baggins for his first new song in over two years.
Perhaps more interestingly, however, are the traditional folk songs the soundtrack recreates using Marcus Mumford and the film’s main cast, comprised of Issac, Justin Timberlake and Carey Mulligan.
Just because you’re Madonna doesn’t mean you can break the rules. At least, that’s what one chain of cinemas is trying to enforce.
October is Metal Month at Radio.com. What exactly does that mean? Well, throughout the month, we’ll have artist interviews as well as mini-documentaries about metal. First up, our interview with Rob Zombie.
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.
Why launch their 3D movie at Comic-Con? Lars Ulrich tells us: “It’s not like a bunch of 60-year-old music critics smoking cigarettes without filters.”
“We’re massive fans of John Hughes,” Matty Healy confessed. “We wanted to make a record [that] was almost a soundtrack to our teenage years. If he made a movie about us this would be the soundtrack.”