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Great news, everyone!!

Pearl Jam Finally Reveal If They’re Making A New Album Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament was recently interviewed on The Powell Movement, and he revealed that Pearl Jam are indeed hard at work on a new album, their first since […]

Vinyl sales are up? Really?!?

People Paid for Music in 2017: Streaming Subscriptions and Vinyl Sales Rise The numbers have arrived, and as it turns out, the music industry had a good year in 2017. Paid subscription streams rose 54 percent over last year and […]

Today is a great day in music history!!

HOW ONE AMAZING NIGHT LED TO BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN’S ‘NEBRASKA’ Following the massive success of 1980’s double album The River, many expected Bruce Springsteen to follow up his first No. 1 album with another set of radio-friendly rock songs. Instead, the […]

Just make great movies, with great actors, and we’ll all be happy.

Will James Bond Continue To Be A Handsome White Dude After Daniel Craig Leaves? The times are a changin’ for the James Bond franchise. Eon Productions is still looking for a director to succeed Sam Mendes and oversee James Bond […]

Good luck to them!!

300 Hollywood A-listers launch campaign against sexual harassment More than 300 female actors, directors, screenwriters and other entertainment industry players launched a new campaign Monday to battle sexual harassment in workplaces across the U.S. and to fight for gender equality. […]

I hope to see some new releases, and maybe STAR WARS again this week. It was a busy December.

Box Office: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Holds Off ‘Jumanji’ on New Year’s Weekend In a battle of box office heavyweights, Luke Skywalker just managed to hold off Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as the world rang in another year. Disney […]

She’s not wrong.

Jodie Foster Says Studios Are ‘Ruining’ Movies With Big-Budget Superhero Blockbusters Jodie Foster takes aim at big-budget studio movies, telling Radio Times magazine that they could spell doom for Hollywood in the way they shape the expectations of American audiences. […]