This is sweet – a documentary on Rush called “Rush-Time Stand Still” is coming to 50 cineplex and landmark theaters and will run from November 3 through the 10th. Tickets go on sale today – the film is narrated by Paul Rudd and is a peek into the band’s R40 Tour – it also looks at the fan base and the band’s relationship with their fans (photo: Facebook)
Billy Joe Armstrong says a movie version of Green Day’s “American Idiot” is “all systems go…” Armstrong says HBO is backing the project. Meanwhile the Green Day album “Revolution Radio” comes out today!
It’s back to the blues for the Rolling Stones. Officially announced yesterday a blues based and back to basics album comes out December 2nd…Blue and Lonesome was up for pre-order yesterday…it will be their first studio release in more than a decade. The band says the album was recorded without overdubs in just three days at British Grove Studios in west London with the goal of having a spontaneous live feel. Eric Clapton plays on two tracks…The album includes a version of Howlin’ Wolf’s 1966 song “Commit a Crime,” Jimmy Reed’s “Little Rain” from 1957 and “Hoo Doo Blues,” recorded in 1958 by Lightnin’ Slim.
Earlier this year, she helped present Steve Martin when he received the American Film Institute’s Life Achievement Award. Next year, Diane Keaton will get it for herself. The institute says Keaton will receive the honour at an event set for June 8th and to be broadcast on T-N-T
Zoe Kravitz, daughter of Lenny Kravitz and former Cosby Show star Lisa Bonet, is among the actresses that have auditioned to be the love interest of a young Hans Solo. The untitled project will feature a more youthful version of an iconic character made famous by Harrison Ford.
Opening at the movies today – The Girl on the Train – a mystery thriller starring Emily Blunt and Justin Theroux.