HBO's eagerly anticipated documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck is already being hyped as one of the most revealing looks at the iconic rocker. In a new, exclusive clip shared by The Guardian, we get a look inside the mind of Cobain and...Show More Summary
In anticipation of the May 4th premiere of the authorized documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck,
One has to wonder what the world would have been like if he selected "Erectum" or "Fecal Matter" instead of Nirvana.
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck will premiere on HBO on May 4th, but with the Brett Morgen-directed documentary set to embark on its limited theatrical run April 10th, the Guardian has offered up a new clip from the critically acclaimed film. In the minute-long snippet, Morgen runs through all the different band names Cobain...
Cobain: Montage Of Heck is the long-awaited, painfully intimate documentary about Nirvana’s frontman directed by Brett Morgen and produced by Kurt Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean. We’ve followed the film’s development since it was announced back in November, and HBO just released a new trailer for the film that shows the visual thought process behind the […]
The set of an MTV interview, 1991: Kurt Cobain is practically crowding his bandmate Krist Novoselic off the couch, wearing a yellow gown with foot-wide shoulders, the kind of thing Lady Gaga might do one of her paparazzi-driven perp walks in. When he gets a little too close, Novoselic playfully... More »
HBO will air the authorized Kurt Cobain documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, executive produced by Cobain's daughter Frances Bean, on May 4. It's also hitting theaters around the world beginning April 10. Today, a new excerpt from the film has been released, via The Guardian. Show More Summary
Though the sound of Nirvana's Nevermind has moved many a critic to unfurl high-flown rhetoric over the years, what's not being talked about during this week's feel-good fest is how the album's sonics came to rankle Kurt Cobain to no end. Show More Summary
It’s been sixteen years since filmmaker Brett Morgen was last at SXSW. Back then he was touting his boxing documentary, On The Ropes. While there, he also happened to attend the screening of his friend’s film in the 320-capacity Austin theater known as The Paramount. Show More Summary
This article originally appeared on Noisey. It’s been 16 years since filmmaker Brett Morgen was last at SXSW. Back then he was touting his boxing documentary, On The Ropes. While there, he also happened to attend the screening of his friend’s film in the 320-capacity Austin theater known as The Paramount. Show More Summary
Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of legendary Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain, allegedly wants Noel Gallagher to sing at her impending wedding. A source has told the Daily Star that Cobain is a huge Oasis fan, and she wants her marriageShow More Summary
It can be hard to not engage in a mental game of “What if?” when it comes to artists who died well before their time. Would Kurt Cobain have released more albums as zeitgeist-defining and powerful as Nevermind or In Utero? Would Biggie Smalls have achieved the same elder statesman status as Jay Z or […]
When Beverly Ragon, co-owner of Greenpoint, Brooklyn-based vintage store Fox & Fawn, signed up for Instagram in 2012 to sell a 1994 Kurt Cobain tribute tee, she wasn't expecting the experiment to... To view the full story, click the title link.
We previously reported that HBO would air the authorized Kurt Cobain documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck on May 4. If you lack cable (or an HBO Go password), don't fret: Brett Morgen, the film's director, has confirmed the film's...Show More Summary
Grunge was the soundtrack of my Gen X college life. We knew every word to Nirvana's 1991 album, "Nevermind." I'm so happy 'cause today I found my friends. And the day we found out that Kurt Cobain had died, April 8, 1994, there was a candlelight vigil in the quad.
When we debuted the trailer for the upcoming documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck, people seemed as surprised by the sheer amount of behind-the-scenes footage included in the trailer as they were by the almost absurdly ironic Cobain voiceover about how happy he is. Show More Summary
The documentary will have a limited released in theaters worldwide before its HBO premiere. Read more...
Brett Morgen's Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck documentary will enjoy a stateside theatrical release, Billboard reports. Before its May 4 HBO roll-out, the film will hit big screens in L.A., Seattle, and New York beginning April 24. Heck will also reportedly be shown in 72 countries, beginning April 10 —... More »
It turns out that Montage Of Heck, HBO’s forthcoming Kurt Cobain documentary executive produced by Frances Bean Cobain, is getting a full theatrical release ahead of its 5/4 HBO debut. Starting 4/10, Montage Of Heck will be shown in 72 countries, and theatrical runs in Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle begin 4/24 — thus […]
The most popular character in Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s cult comic “Preacher” is the Nirvana-loving Arseface, a young teen who blew his face off emulating the late Kurt Cobain, says Deadline. AMC has cast Ian Colletti, pictured, as Eugene Root (aka Arseface) in the pilot, which hails from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. The […]