Rolling Stone frontman can't believe the "wrinkly old men" from the legendary comedy troupe are back
Monty Python is returning in 2014, and now the comedy group has an introduction from the Rolling Stones. In a video meant to promote the reunion shows, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts of the legendary band mock the idea of old men taking to the stage.Yes, they get the irony. Show More Summary
h/t Susie Madrak via boingboing. The final Python show (July 20) at the O2 will be broadcast in movie theaters in 100 countries. To find a cinema near you, enter your zip code at the Python website. Open Thread below...
Mick Jagger is really freakin' old. But at least he knows that. And he showed today he can be really self-deprecating when he wants to be. Monty Python is getting back together for a big stage show, and before their press conference today, they played a video of the Rolling Stone grumbling about these old buggers trying to act young again.
In a YouTube video, Mr. Jagger chides the members of Monty Python for being over the hill: "Who wants to see that again?"
Mick Jagger takes the piss out of Monty Python, and himself, in this promo for the comedy troupe's imminent reunion gigs: Monty Python—are they still going? Read the rest
Since yesterday’s notice, the cast keeps growing for Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger’s still-untitled HBO show about New York’s music scene in the 1970s. Several more actors have joined a sprawling cast that now includes Andrew DiceShow More Summary
HBO has added many more actors to the cast of its 1970s-set rock 'n' roll pilot, directed and produced by Martin Scorsese, Deadline reports.The show follows record exec Richie Finestra, played by Bobby Cannavale, with Ray Romano playing...Show More Summary
HBO and Martin Scorsese are putting together quite the supergroup for their rock 'n' roll drama pilot... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Andrew Dice Clay Bobby Cannavale Martin Scorsese Mick Jagger Olivia Wilde Ato Essandoh P.J. Byrne Terence Winter Birgitte Hjort Sørensen
P.J. Byrne, Joe Caniano, Andrew “Dice” Clay, Ato Essandoh, Robert Funaro, James Jagger, Birgitte Sorenson, and J.C. Mackenzie have been added to the cast of HBO’s untitled Rock ‘n’ Roll project. The pilot is in production now in New...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger may have a lot of fans in the world of rock and roll but in the world of football it’s a different story altogether, and here’s why. Brazilian football fans live in mortal fear of the Rolling Stone, not because they loathe the way Jagger sings. Neither is it because they are particularly
In what's becoming something of a modern World Cup tradition, Brazilians are closely following every team the 70-year-old rock star supports with an eye at mocking him for apparently casting bad spells on his picks.
Tuesday's World Cup action brought us the bite heard around the world, a late winner for Greece, Colombian dominance, and the curse of Mick Jagger. [ more › ]
Alt Text: Mick Jagger watches England play football World Cup whispers: the 'anti-octopus', golden boots and copaca-paneer Summary Wednesday, June 25, 2014 - 1:57pm 'COLD FOOT' JAGGER HAS WORLD CUP CURSE Is Mick Jagger the "anti-octopus"?...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: PJ Byrne (The Wolf of Wall Street) has joined the burgeoning cast of HBO’s untitled rock n’ roll pilot from director Martin Scorsese. Talk about a cool project — it’s being exec produced by Scorsese, Mick Jagger, Terence Winter and Emma Koskoff. Show More Summary
If you've got some spare time on your hands, a fun internet rabbit hole to fall down is the YouTube channel of Mario Wienerroither, who creates Musicless Musicvideos. This ingenious web user does... pretty much what the name implies: Removes the music from music videos. Show More Summary
Walking, coughing in the streets. If Mario Wienerroither walked into a TV producer's office in Hollywood and said, "I'd like to remove the music from classic music videos and replace it with completely ordinary sound effects," the producer would most likely nod his head politely and say "Uh huh, sure... Show More Summary
Here's David Bowie and Mick Jagger:From "All Music Videos Are Weird/And this music-free rendition of Dancing in the Streets proves it," (which includes the original video with the music). Is it that music videos are weird or that dancing...Show More Summary
In this age of elaborate music videos with engaging visuals and planned choreography, it’s easy to forget the unencumbered joys of two men prancing awkwardly together in empty buildings and streets. Luckily YouTube user Mario Wienerroither’s...Show More Summary