Acclaimed director Peter Jackson shares a sneak peek into his upcoming documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, about the band that needs no introduction.
Sia makes a transition into film directing with the new musical drama Music, and there’s a lot of original music in it to please her fans.
The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart takes a deep look at the iconic band that conquered the music world.
Whether you love or hate heavy metal music, the genre makes for great movie material, with lots of larger-than-life characters.
Bill and Ted are back up to their old time travel antics in the third entry of the popular series, Bill & Ted Face The Music.
Actor-singer Jennifer Hudson lends her amazing voice to honor the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, in the new biopic Respect.
Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams play aspiring Icelandic musicians in the new comedy film Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.
Wannabe rockers and time travelers Bill and Ted are back for a sequel nearly thirty years in the making with Bill & Ted Face the Music.
Set in the gritty but vibrant suburbs of Paris, The Eddy tracks the story of jazz club owner Elliot (André Holland) as he finds himself tangled with dangerous criminals and in a desperate struggle to protect his family, club and band.
Like everyone with access to the internet, I saw the two baffling trailers to Cats. The trailers are the epitome of creepiness and I would gleefully show them to friends/acquaintances/work colleagues who mentioned they were yet to set eyes on the CGI cat celebrities, so I was fully expecting the film to be a slightly off-color cinematic experience.
A villainess wants to unite the different Troll tribes by eliminating all the music in the world – except for hard rock – in the new trailer for Trolls World Tour.
Check out the latest trailer for the upcoming musical fantasy film Cats, featuring a whos-who of film and music talent and directed by Tom Hooper.
The unlikeliest of boy bands, ten Cornish fishermen will have you tapping along to sea shanties in the buttery feel-good flick Fisherman’s Friends.
King of the High C’s’ and arguably the most famous opera singer in modern history, Luciano Pavarotti’s tumultuous life is explored with vivid detail in the Ron Howard helmed documentary, Pavarotti.
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