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  • As Foo Fighters’ Debut Album Turns 25, a Look Back at the Band’s First Recording Sessions July 2, 2020
    A few months after Kurt Cobain’s death in April 1994, Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl called his longtime friend, musician and producer Barrett Jones: Grohl wanted studio time. What transpired was a five-day session manned by Grohl and Jones at Seattle’s Robert Lang Studios which yielded, note for note — with only final mixes finished later […]
    Shirley Halperin
  • How Does Mel Gibson Still Have a Career? July 2, 2020
    In 2016, Mel Gibson received a 10-minute standing ovation at the Venice Film Festival where he premiered “Hacksaw Ridge,” which, propelled by a rapturous reception in Italy, went on to receive six Oscar nominations. That included a nod for Gibson for best director. The World War II drama was the first film Gibson had directed […]
    Elizabeth Wagmeister
  • Claire Danes and Damian Lewis on the Secrets of ‘Homeland’ and Brody’s Death July 2, 2020
    Claire Danes just wrapped an eight-season run on “Homeland” with her character, Carrie Mathison, seeming in the end to have betrayed her nation — only to reveal a twist in the series’ final moments. It’s a character turn rooted in her deep history with late love Brody, played by Damian Lewis. For five seasons, the […]
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  • ‘His Dark Materials’ Firm Anton and Ex-BBC Executive Tobi De Graff Launch Beiboot July 2, 2020
    Sebastien Raybaud’s production and financing company Anton, whose credits include “McMafia” and “His Dark Materials,” and Tobi de Graaff, former BBC Studios director of commissioning and co-production, are partnering to launch Beiboot Representation, which will develop, package and finance high-end television, with a focus on European-produced premium content. The London-based joint-venture, fully backed by Anton, […]
    Leo Barraclough
  • The Sisterhood of TikTok Rock: Six All-Female Bands Blowing up on the Platform July 2, 2020
    At its core, the explosively popular short-form video app TikTok is a platform built on trends: Different dances, songs and transformation challenges come and go, with seemingly little rhyme or reason to their popularity. But over the course of quarantine, TikTok’s mysterious algorithm has become a champion of something much more permanent by pushing all-female […]
    Ellise Shafer

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