Spotify rolled out another of its video formats Thursday with the release of “Landmark – Metallica: The Early Years.” The four-part short-form documentary chronicles the first four years of the…
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At the Rock in Rio press conference at the Village recording studio in West Los Angeles on Tuesday evening, a scale model of the City of Rock, a 40-acre Las Vegas venue that looked like a kind of…
Metallica’s James Hetfield will switch from singer to narrator when he lends his voice to “The Hunt,” an eight-episode docuseries following a group of hunters in pursuit of the Kodiak brown bear. …
Covering more than three decades of Metallica history, this first U.S. release from the revived Picturehouse Entertainment is a definitive document for fans.
Exclusive Media has announced a four-picture rolling equity slate deal with U.K.-based entrepreneur Toby Moores and former Image Entertainment exec Wendy Rutland. The Moores family founded the…
Nigel Sinclair and Guy East's international sales company Exclusive Media has come on board to shop and screen "Metallica Through the Never" at Cannes. The film uses Metallica concert footage to tell…
Nimrod Antal's 3D "Metallica Through the Never" will receive a one-week Imax release Sept. 27, followed by an expansion into theaters via Picturehouse.
"Guitar Hero" may have brought videogames to the music-loving masses, but its new spinoff based on the music of Metallica is for headbangers only.
Organizers say 16,000 fans of the heavy metal group Metallica had to leave the Stockholm Globe Arena without seeing their heroes perform after lead singer James Hetfield was taken to the hospital.