Green Day made a political statement during its performance at the American Music Awards Sunday night, slamming President-elect Donald Trump in the process. The band took the stage to perform “Bang…
The hits just keep on coming for Green Day. Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong — a vocal critic of the George W. Bush administration and not one to hide his political views — is taking aim at another…
Judy Greer, Fred Armisen and Selma Blair have joined Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong in music drama “Geezer.” The cast additions come as director Lee Kirk begins lensing in New York City…
Doug Hamilton's engaging backstage doc offers a straightforward account of "American Idiot's" journey to the Great White Way.
Time Warner Cable and Journal Broadcast Group have reached deal to end a 58-day blackout of TV stations in four markets — one of the longest standoffs in the industry. Terms of the multiyear TV…
Broadway box office held steady for the final week of summer 2013, keeping a tight grip on holiday-weekend sales ahead of a post-Labor Day sesh that traditionally sees sales slump. There were both…
“Broadway Idiot,” the documentary feature chronicling the creation of the legit musical version of Green Day album “American Idiot,” is on tap for release this fall in theaters and on VOD through a…
The Weinstein Co.’s latest Oscar hopeful “The Butler” is soaring this weekend, outpacing pre-weekend expectations with new three-day predictions pegging it around $27 million. The biopic, based on…
Earth Day may still conjure images of hippies asking people to save the planet, but at UTA, planet-saving has taken on a decidedly high-tech edge.
Running just under three hours rather than the four of the last Broadway revival, it's clear that helmer Anthony Page isn't underlining the first word of the title of "Long Day's Journey into Night."
The touring "American Idiot" kicks ass in every sense.
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