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  • Barack Obama and his wife

    OBAMAS in talks to produce for Netflix

    Netflix may be closing in on one of its biggest prizes yet: the former president and first lady of the United States. According to a New York Times report, Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, are in talks to produce a series of high-profile shows for the streaming giant.

  • Michael Bay

    MICHAEL BAY sets next two films

    Michael Bay looks to have found not one, but his next two films to work on, as sources tell Variety he has lined up “6 Underground” and “Robopocalypse” as his next two projects.

  • Netflix eyeing Keanu Reeves for superhero film

    Netflix has been focusing more and more on films in recent years, and one of these projects is a superhero movie that the streaming giant is recruiting some talent for.

  • grande

    Grande completes new album

    A lot has happened to Ariana Grande since the release of “Dangerous Woman” in 2016. Worst and most famously, her concert in

  • Rare Bowie LPs coming next month

    Three just-announced new David Bowie releases are due to come out in the US on April 21, which is observed as Record Store Day.

  • LED ZEP to issue rare mixes of two classics

    In anticipation of their 50th anniversary, rock icons Led Zeppelin will issue a classic seven-inch record containing previously unreleased mixes of “Rock and Roll” and “Friends” on Record Store Day, April 21. The vinyl, a limited-edition pressing produced by Jimmy Page, will be available only at independent music retailers.

  • ABC orders Alec Baldwin talk show

    ABC is prepared to spend its “Sundays With Alec Baldwin”.

  • Metallica announce North American tour

    Metallica's WorldWired Tour will return to North America in September for a fall/winter arena jaunt in support of the heavy metal legends' latest LP “Hardwired… to Self-Destruct”.

  • Neil Young details archival album

    Neil Young has detailed his upcoming archival live album “Roxy – Tonight's the Night Live”, a collection of the rocker's performances at

  • Oscars '18 performers announced

    Oscars producers Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd have announced the musical acts for the 2018 Academy Awards. Performers include