U2 frontman Bono took to the blogosphere to ring in the New Year on Thursday, posting a 6,000-word reflection on his year entitled “Little Big Book of a Big Year: Bono’s A to Z of 2014,” including…
Arguably the most well-attended and sought-after Oscar party belongs to Conde Nast’s Vanity Fair. Gaining admittance suggests both clout and perseverance. I was granted 30 minutes to take a look…
Here is exactly what this town needs: Another set of awards! Maybe not, but the first Tubthump Awards recognize the best and worst efforts during a long and intense awards-campaign season. So here…
Irish director John Carney is teaming up with U2’s Bono and The Edge for “Sing Street,” a semi-autobiographical movie about growing up in Dublin during the 1980s. FilmNation Entertainment is handling…
I'll never forget the first time I saw "Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark." It was on Saturday night. Bad reviews and buzz had kept me away from Broadway's most disaster-prone production, but I had…
Bono was among the many Hollywood stars who energized the Palm Springs Film Festival gala Saturday as he accepted the Visionary Award for U2 with the Edge. “We are for at the tipping point if we keep…
ARC Entertainment and XLrator Media have acquired North American distribution to the comedy "Killing Bono" and plan a video-on-demand release in October and a theatrical launch in November.
Two brothers are determined to make it in the music biz in this tonally weird, 1980s-set Britcom.
Krysten Ritter ("Breaking Bad") has signed on to star in the indie feature "Killing Bono," opposite Ben Barnes.
At the first few installments of the Palm Springs Film Fest, the coveted invite was to the Founders Party poolside at Sonny Bono's house, where Hollywood luminaries like Jimmy Stewart mingled with…