There is certainly no love lost on Game of Thrones, but when mashed up with James Brown’s “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World,” the Seven Kingdoms sounds like they have some soul.
The first official trailer for the film–starring ’42′ star Chadwick Boseman, helmed by ‘The Help’ director Tate Taylor and co-produced by Mick Jagger – is now live.
So will Steve Jobs, Wilt Chamberlin and Johnny Carson.
“It’s a really hard role to do,” Jagger told Rolling Stone magazine.
“Sometimes I can really, actually look in their faces and see the hurt. I walk out on stage and see that person and hug that person,” Bradley told Radio.com. “I try to hug all I can…I just want to hug everybody.”
The long-awaited James Brown biopic has finally found its star in Chadwick Boseman, according to Variety. The 31-year-old actor recently played Jackie Robinson in 42 and has previously appeared in TV shows like Fringe and Justified. Helmed by The Help director Tate Taylor, the film follows Brown’s life from […]
As if Mick Jagger hasn’t got his hands full enough – what with upcoming Stones shows and more 50th anniversary activity in 2013 – he will now serve as one of the producers on an upcoming James Brown biopic.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced most of the presenters for the quickly-approaching 27th annual induction ceremony, taking place April 14 in Cleveland. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer John Mellencamp will […]
Bruce Springsteen‘s much-anticipated keynote speech at South By Southwest entertained the audience nearly as much as his roof-raising concerts with The E Street Band. As anyone who has seen his speeches at the Rock and […]
This week in 1988, The Beatles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They were part of the third class to be inducted into the Hall, which is probably the only time […]