“I’ve played this game a million times before! I know how the game is played!” Al Pacino bellows during a meltdown in the trailer for HBO’s upcoming Phil Spector biopic, in which he plays the […]
After months of anticipation, on November 15 HBO premiered “Crossfire Hurricane,” the much-talked about documentary about The Rolling Stones. CBS Local spoke to the film’s director, Brett Morgen, about the access he got to all of the living Rolling Stones — Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ron Wood, as well as former members Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor — and the perks to getting access to their vaults.
On the heels of rumors that the Rolling Stones will play shows in Brooklyn and London this November comes the announcement that their HBO documentary will debut the same month.
This fall, the Rolling Stones will debut not one but two different documentaries, one old and one new. While the brand new doc with HBO was announced earlier this month, the premiere of the Stones’ first-ever documentary has just been announced.
Exciting news for Stones fans: HBO has announced it will be airing an extensive Rolling Stones documentary this fall, in honor of the band’s 50th anniversary. A title and specific air date were not announced.
“True Blood” is often celebrated for its interesting use of music, but last night’s episode was probably the only time the ’70s adult contemporary classic “You Light Up My Life” has been the kickoff tune to a vampire feast.
Looks like the Rolling Stones front-man is getting in the television business.