Martin Scorsese, the film director, and Mick Jagger, the rock star, along with "Boardwalk Empire" creator Terence Winter and journalist-screenwriter Rich Cohen, make up the formidable force behind "Vinyl," a new HBO series about the music business set in New York in the early 1970s. For better...
EXCLUSIVE: If you wanted to put together a behind-the-camera supergroup, starting with Martin Scorsese, Terence Winter and Mick Jagger would be one way to surely kick out the jams. Well, the Boardwalk Empire boys are back in town, teaming with...Show More Summary
Vinyl is as prestigious as prestige television gets. Its four co-creators -- Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese, Rich Cohen and Terence Winter -- have combined won almost every accolade and lifetime achievement award imaginable. It's a meticulously detailed period piece with a powerhouse ensemble,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Vinyl Terence Winter Bobby Cannavale
Jack Ruby photo by Steven Barth In the second episode of "Vinyl," the new HBO series created by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger, record label owner Richie Fenestra (played by Bobby Cannavale) sits on his couch, wired on coke and cigarettes, shaking his head to a song blasting from his stereo. Show More Summary
Of his many talents, Martin Scorsese knows how to put a soundtrack together, especially in his modern mob movies. In four of these — Mean Streets, Goodfellas, Casino, and The Departed — some of his most memorable musical choices are plucked from the Rolling Stones' catalogue. It was only fitting that he'd... More »
Terence Winter is best known for his work on “The Sopranos” and creating “Boardwalk Empire,” but the 55-year-old writer and TV showrunner wasn't just handed those gigs. Like most in Hollywood, he had to start from the bottom, and heShow More Summary
Martin Scorsese is taking us behind the scenes of his new HBO series Friday Scorsese, an executive producer on Vinyl who also directed its pilot, will be taking over the show's Instagram, sharing photos and insight from set MashableShow More Summary
VideoBrace yourself, if you settle down to watch Vinyl. Martin Scorsese's new 10-part series is arresting, violent and confrontational, right from the get-go – and right to the end ofits two-hour pilot episode. The storyopens with record label owner Richie Finestra – who's played with bullish fireby Bobby Cannavale – spinning [...]
The new HBO show Vinyl is an NYC-steeped time capsule. So it's a bit of a surprise that the first video from the Martin Scorsese–Mick Jagger show's official soundtrack features Kaleo, an up-and-coming band from Iceland, rocking out in a Nashville record-pressing plant. The clip for "No Good" finds the quartet...
The first episode of "Vinyl" airs on Valentine's Day, but ahead that, Jagger and Scorsese sat down with TODAY's Willie Geist to share their love for the project.
'Mean Streets,' 'Raging Bull,' 'Goodfellas,' 'Casino,' and more demonstrate how Scorsese creates mood with specific music.
by Bill Pearis Bobby Canavale and other 'Vinyl' cast HBO's ambitious new series Vinyl debuts on Sunday (2/14) with a two-hour premiere directed by series co-creator Martin Scorsese. As mentioned, the first of a few Vinyl soundtracks will be out...
This weekend, HBO will debut Vinyl, the new drama, produced by Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger, about the music industry in the ’70s. The show’s soundtrack is set to feature new songs from big names like Iggy Pop and Chris Cornell, but the theme song comes from a relative newcomer: Sturgill Simpson, the old-school outlaw-country […]
A couple of years back, Bobby Cannavale went to see Mick Jagger about a job. The Emmy-winning actor had been tapped by Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter to play the lead in a show that was being kicked around at HBO, but the project was really Jagger's idea – conceived...
On the surface, it may not seem the most appropriate Valentine's Day gift, but if you are as in love with rock'n'roll and storytelling from the likes of Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terence Winter, then HBO's Vinyl is a TV kiss you don't want to miss. Show More Summary
The pilot for the musical drama Vinyl is one of Martin Scorsese’s best films, an explosion of amplifier feedback, nose candy, wide-lapeled shirts, and borderline chaos; the next four episodes are almost as good, and on the basis of the first half-season, it already feels like the first new must-see series of 2016. It’s... More »
The feature-length pilot for Vinyl, HBO's new music industry drama set in 1973, is directed by Martin Scorsese and, not surprisingly, fueled by violence, drugs and rock ’n’ roll. The climax is both shocking and surreal: As the coked-up,...Show More Summary
Bobby Cannavale, late of Boardwalk Empire and soon to be on Vinyl, is living every film nerd's fever dream. He's working with Martin Scorsese and, to hear him tell it to Stephen Colbert, Scorsese just wants to chill out and talk. Plus he's finally friends with his idol Al Pacino, who sent... More »
From Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger: The trailer for "Vinyl."
"You talkin' to me?" It's the 40th anniversary of "Taxi Driver" (released on February 8, 1976), the movie that gave Robert De Niro his most famous line, put Martin Scorsese on the map, proved that the pre-teen Jodie Foster was an Oscar-worthy...Show More Summary