Jarvis Cocker has admitted to wearing his own clothes during his appearance in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.The Pulp frontman makes a surprise appearance in the film as a member of the fictional band The Weird Sisters, who perform at the Yule Ball.
Nisha Ganatra has followed up 'Late Night' with another story of a woman struggling to fight into a male-dominated profession.
Kelvin Harrison Jr. says he was still 'terrified' in the recording studio, despite musical talent running in his family.
'The Disney Family Singalong' featured A-listers performing classic songs from their homes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Emma star Johnny Flynn describes the experience of playing a pre-Ziggy Stardust Bowie as “a whole crazy adventure”.
Elfman revealed that Michael Jackson and George Michael were also in talks for the soundtrack.
On 1 September 1949, Carol Reed’s celebrated thriller The Third Man was released. It was an immediate hit and in the ensuing seven decades, The Third Man’s popularity has remained constant, with frequent appearances on TV and in the cinema, as well as a beautiful restoration in 2015.The film has also featured regularly in lists of the greatest films of all time, and many critics treasure it. It’s been 20 years now since the BFI placed The Third Man at the top of their own list of greatest British films, so perhaps it’s time for a reappraisal of the finest examples of British cinema.
R&B singer Halle Bailey, of duo Chloe x Halle, has been unveiled as Disney's new Ariel in their latest live-action remake.
New research has analysed the number of times some of the most popular Disney songs have been played on Spotify to reveal the world’s favourite Disney songs.With the release of Toy Story 4 and the upcoming Lion King remake, the buzz around Disney and its famous soundtracks is bigger than ever, but it’s their most recent releases that dominate the most-listened chart.7 of the films featured in the top 10 were released after 2005, and the number 1 song is VERY number 1. For more details on the research conducted by Play Like Mum, and the full top 50 Disney songs click here.
The second part of Leaving Neverland, the documentary that addresses allegations of child sexual abuse against Michael Jackson, has been broadcast in the US. Before it was even released, Leaving Neverland was one of the most polarising and controversial releases of 2019, particularly because the late singer's estate has publicly condemned it on multiple occasions. Representatives for the estate have branded Wade Robson and James Safechuck – two men who claim Jackson abused them for years when they were children – as "opportunists" and "admitted liars".
The first part of Leaving Neverland, the controversial docuseries that addresses allegations of child sexual abuse against Michael Jackson, has aired in the US. Director Dan Reed’s film follows two of Jackson’s accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who describe in graphic detail the acts they claim the late pop star committed against them. Robson met Jackson after winning a dance competition when he was five years old, and says the sexual abuse began when he was seven.
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again is out this week and boasts another film filled with classic ABBA songs, but not every movie has the luxury of artists giving permission for the use of their music.In fact, there have been several films over the years that have been derailed by singers or estates refusing to let songs be used in biopics about the performer.Here are eight of the most awkward cases.READ MORE31 actors who have played multiple comic book rolesDrew Pearce on brainstorming with Tarantino for ‘Star Trek’Margot Robbie seeks diverse cast for DC spin-off
50 Cent has deleted an Instagram post where he mocked actor Terry Crews for being a survivor of sexual assault following a fierce backlash. Crews, a proud feminist and supporter of the #MeToo movement, recently explained why he did not fight back against the man he accused of sexually assaulting him. In an emotional testimony before a US Senate committee, Crews testified in favour of proposed legislation known as the Sexual Assault Survivors Bill of Rights.
Peter Dinklage talks about his upcoming Super Bowl spot, which sees him spitting scorching rhymes opposite Morgan Freeman, and about his own punk rock past.
Following the tragic death of Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O'Riordian, Yahoo Movies UK looks back at the movies that featured her stellar voice.
<strong><em>Refresh for updates</em></strong>. Music legend Tom Petty died today at the age of 66 after suffering from cardiac arrest. Initially, there was confusion about Petty’s status after numerous reports came out saying that he had died. The news was later debunked and it was reported that he would not live through the day. Even so, actors, writers, and directors wasted no time in taking to social media to send their thoughts while he was in the hospital and after the official announcement…
Mike Myers negotiating for a role in Bryan Singer-directed film about the seminal British rock band Queen, with 'Mr. Robot's Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury
Marc Bolan’s son wants to get it on with Sony — in the courtroom. The copyright infringement complaint, filed in federal court in California on Thursday, alleges that the defendants “failed to obtain — or even seek — the permission of Feld,” who says he is the U.S. copyright holder of the song, to use the tune in the film. “In the six weeks since Feld brought this infringement to Defendant Sony’s attention, Defendants have done little more than point fingers at one another — and they have neither apologized nor offered to pay Feld a reasonable license fee,” the suit reads.
'Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock' explores the life and career of Mick Rock, whose photos helped shape perception of rockers like Bowie and Iggy Pop
While chaotic action and sarcastic humor had a lot to do with Guardians of the Galaxy’s huge box office success, so too did its soundtrack, chockablock with old-school hits that underscored the film’s joyous, freewheeling energy. As evidenced by both of its trailers and at least one of its posters (see above), the highly anticipated Vol. 2, arriving in May, will embrace that same rock ‘n’ roll spirit — so it’s only fitting that various cast members have now each picked one song that they’d most want to contribute to an “Awesome Mix” tape compilation as part of the new Vol. 2 cover story for Empire (h/t Indiewire). At Empire‘s invitation, Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Kurt Russell, Dave Bautista, Karen Gillan, Michael Rooker, Sean Gunn, Elizabeth Debicki, Pom Klementieff, and writer/director James Gunn each select a beloved track that they’d include on an epic Guardians mix-tape.