“But don’t tell Bob Geldof…”
“I advised him not to do it,” the elder Landis said. “I think he’s putting himself in a bad position.”
“He was a real piece of shit in the way he had the arrogance to say that.”
At 65, it’s time to hang up his “very particular set of skills.”
Plus, the band will open a pop-up pub in London to celebrate the release of Concrete and Gold.
The Pink Floyd frontman continues to advocate for the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (B.D.S.) movement.
Warner Bros. has always planned for a two-part cinematic endeavor, and the director wants to tackle other King stories.
The pre-recorded video series provides answers to the tired questions repeatedly asked in interviews.
Dave Grohl speaks on the deaths of Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington: “Mental health and depression is something people should take seriously”
Foo Fighters singer breaks silence on the death of fellow rock frontmen.
“There is no right and wrong kind of powerful woman,” the Wonder Woman director countered.
Annie Clark also talks working with Jack Antonoff, autobiographical writing, and her ambitious plans to promote the album.
“Ryan Adams called me the most important asshole on Earth.”