In anticipation of the July 14 release of Harper Lee’s book Go Set A Watchmen, American Masters will present an updated version of the 2012 documentary Harper Lee: Hey Boo. Mary McDonagh Murphy, the project’s Emmy winning director and author of Scout, Atticus & Boo: A Celebration of To Kill A Mockingbird, read an advance copy of Go Set A Watchmen and will live tweet (#HarperLeePBS) during the documentary’s broadcast (PBS, July 10, 9-10:30 pm, check local listings).
Director Asif Kapadia’s (Senna) documentary Amy spotlights the life of six time Grammy winning singer Amy Winehouse, but instead of a group of talking heads telling her story, the project travels down a more personal route, as witnessed by this latest clip from the project.
Although Mr. Robot has its premiere tonight (10 pm et/pt), the good news is signed, sealed, and delivered. The series has been renewed by USA Network for a second season. The pilot, which was made available online, has already collected almost 3 million views since its launch. The second season, which will feature at least 10 episodes, will air sometime next year.
Grammy-nominated singer Lisa Stansfield burst back onto the music scene with her studio album Seven (and the subsequent remix album Seven+), and now Lisa Stansfield Live in Manchester is scheduled for a September 4 release via earMusic. Continue reading Lisa Stansfield Album “Live In Manchester” Slated For September
The wait is almost over, as The Heart Is A Monster, Failure’s first album since 1996’s seminal work Fantastic Planet, comes out June 30 via INresidence. Rabid fans in need for an early listen can also stream the album on Entertainment Weekly.
The good news for actress Portia Doubleday is that the top-notch pilot for Mr. Robot is a signal of good things to come for the promising show (she’s a white collar co-worker/childhood friend of the series’ protagonist, who’s played by Rami Malek). In real life, however, Doubleday had first-hand experience of being hacked.
Pink Floyd mastermind Roger Waters is bringing his ambitious, soundscape driven narrative Roger Waters The Wall to cinemas for one night only. On Tuesday, September 29, fans across the globe will see a movie that brings the concert experience of the classic 1979 Pink Floyd album.
We are giving away Two (2) Blu-rays of the Sean Penn action/thriller The Gunman thanks to the good folks at Universal Pictures Home Entertainment!