Mick Jagger has found his James Brown.
Chadwick Boseman is going from Jackie Robinson to James Brown. The star of 42 has just signed on to play the legendary soul singer in an untitled biopic directed by Tate Taylor (The Help) and produced by both rock legend Mick Jagger and Oscar-winner Brian Grazer. Grazer has been trying to get this movie done [...]
42 star Chadwick Boseman will play James Brown in Universal’s upcoming biopic. The film is being produced by Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer and Erica Huggins along with Jagged Films’ Mick Jagger and Victoria Pearman. The Help‘s Tate Taylor will direct the biopic, which is based on a screenplay by Jez and John-Henry Butterworth. Show More Summary
Last fall, we learned that The Help director Tate Taylor would direct a biopic about The Godfather of Soul, singer James Brown, with the help of producers Brian Grazer and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. Now the film has a leading man as THR reports 42 star Chadwick Boseman will play Brown in the film tha. Show More Summary
If this film doesn't leave you sweaty and feeling good, it has missed its mark! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... Personally, I loved Chadwick Boseman's turn as JACKIE ROBINSON... but man.... if Boseman has the talent to pull of a young James Brown... Show More Summary
Mick Jagger gave him the title and Fritz Rau was proud to wear it. He staged 6000 concerts with everyone from Jimi Hendrix and Ella Fitzgerland to Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Madonna and Prince. Fritz Rau, ‘the godfather of us all’, died on Monday at his home near Frankfurt. He was 83.
When it comes to working from a home office, those who quote George Constanza and The Offspring have it all wrong. As usual, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards said it right. The key to satisfaction as a home–based worker is not to "keep...Show More Summary
"Each time a person went to Muscle Shoals, they came outta there with a hit." Though this writer was particularly enamored with Dave Grohl's stellar documentary Sound City at the Sundance Film Festival, another music documentary missed my gaze. Show More Summary
By Ryan Ekvall and Alyssa Hertig| Wisconsin Reporter MADISON – David Kreinz must feel a little bit like Mick Jagger circa 1965 – He can’t get no satisfaction, though he says he’s tried and he’s tried. Kreinz is among at least 68 Wisconsinites since the beginning of 2010 to have filed a complaint with the...
So, the dude that said he’d quit rock and roll when he turned 33 just turned 70. This is a guy that typically covers 12 miles during a Stone’s show as he leaps about the stage, running and dancing. Mick Jagger has been on the cover of Rolling Stone (no relation) twenty times, the first [...]Show More Summary
When Mick Jagger sang 'You Can't Always Get What You Want,' he probably wasn't referring to the plight of professional football clubs. Yet, in a summer when Arsenal missed out on Gonzalo Higuain, Chelsea failed to secure the services...Show More Summary
It's a question they have both received throughout their career: Who is that song about? Carly Simon has been grilled numerous times regarding her past relationships with Mick Jagger to Warren Beatty, while Taylor Swift continues to be asked about John Mayer... Show More Summary
Mick Jagger is now 70, and after years of jokes about how old the Rolling Stones are, they really aren’t getting any younger, are they? While many of Mick Jagger’s contemporaries lived fast, died young, and left good looking corpses, the rocker is still rocking as he hits the seven decade mark. Show More Summary
Take note, Mick Jagger: For the final Mass of his historic return to Latin America, Pope Francis basically sold out not a stadium, but an entire 2.5 mile beach. As the AP reports, Francis this morning headed to Rio's Copacobana Beach, where some 3 million cheering faithful crammed onto...
In today's Tweet Beat, Bill Clinton reveals he's Mick Jagger's friend, RZA is pissed at his bus driver, and NeNe Leakes addresses her haters. Read more...
Genre: Rock and Roll Title: "Paint it Black" Artist: Rolling Stones Aftermath Artist: Rolling Stones Happy weekend, everyone! And a Happy Birthday to Mick Jagger, who turned 70 yesterday! We're rockin' and a rollin' here tonight in Sir Mick's honor. What's playing at your place?
Happy birthday to Mick Jagger, who turned 70 yesterday. While I couldn't possibly list all my favorites in one post, here he is singing Satisfaction in 1969; Happy in 1972; Under My Thumb and Time is On My Side in 1982;You Can't Always Get... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
He can't leave the decadence behind
For Jagger's 70th birthday, we invited his pals to celebrate.
Mick Jagger is 70 years old today. The only Rolling Stones show I ever went to was at the old Silverdome outside Detroit in 1981. He was 38 then, which at the time seemed way too old for his on-stage persona (The most memorable thing about the evening was that local legend Iggy Pop opened, [...]