Given the KISS connection, AMC's "4th and Loud" has appropriately hidden a pretty solid docu-series underneath lots of heavy makeup. At its core, this show about the LA KISS – a new arena football…
Kiss Plays Nice, Ladies Salute Nirvana, The E Street Band Proves It All Night at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
“You got to forgive to live,” said former KISS drummer Peter Criss during his band’s speech at the 29th Rock And Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony Thursday at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. He didn’t…
In a list heavy with make-good honors, grunge pioneer Nirvana is the sole act among 2014 inductees in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to be recognized in their first year of eligibility. The Aberdeen…
Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced an eclectic lineup of nominees for 2014 induction today. The newly anointed candidates includes Chicago's blues-rocking Paul Butterfield Blues Band…
HONG KONG – Documentary, "Kiss The Water" by Eric Steel has landed a sales agent in Hong Kong- and Amsterdam-based Fortissimo Films. "Water" documents the life of Scottish woman Megan Boyd, whose…
"This season has been a roller coaster," the actor said. "Episode six, we're right at the top going down and really starting the ride."
While it would be preposterous to suggest that straight actors cannot play homosexuals, casting notoriously gay Rupert Everett lends Wilde undeniable authenticity.
Saucily thumbing its nose at the insipid teen-love of the "Twilight" franchise, "Kiss" reimagines its bloodsuckers as horny, supercilious Euro-trash with addiction issues.
Although "Kiss Me, Kate" is easily the finest musical Cole Porter wrote, it has one dud song: "Bianca."
LONDON -- Two world premieres and a revival of David Hare's "The Judas Kiss," starring Rupert Everett as Oscar Wilde, complete the autumn slate at Hampstead Theater.