Trent Reznor will once again work with Social Network director David Fincher, composing the score to the forthcoming Hollywood version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
It is a claim made before by, among others, Lenny Kravitz and the Swedish garage band the Hellacopters.
Wading through the endless lists of best and worst films of 2010 it quickly became obvious that all you needed to compile them was a pair of rubber stamps; Inception, Toy Story 3, Winter's Bone, etc for the best, The Last Airbender, Jonah Hex, Sex and the City 2, etc for the worst.
Apple have announced the dates for their iTunes Festival London 2011. The festival will run every night in July with 60 artists performing at the Roundhouse in Camden over the 31 days.
I finally cracked just before Christmas and ordered a Kindle. I liked the idea of tons of books all in one convenient place, and never being without the next title, rather than scrabbling at W.H.Smiths for the next hot read.
If the writers of Alan Partridge's Mid Morning Matters (currently airing on North Norfolk Digital radio and YouTube) need any inspiration for storylines, they needn't look too far.
Jane's Addiction have replaced their former bassist with a member of TV On the Radio.
Jeff Bridges – stooped and shambling, with a gravelly drawl – gives us the Duke by way of the Dude in the Coen brothers' satisfying, back-to-basics overhaul of the antique John Wayne classic.
Lose yourself in the wackiness that is Italian film, Loose Cannons (Mine Vaganti). Ready?
Several production credits aside, Eli Roth has been lying low since the skilfully nasty Hostel initiated the torture-porn cycle a decade ago.
Throughout his life, Orson Welles was fascinated by Shakespeare – studying and editing the texts (usually pretty drastically), directing them and performing them on the stage and in the cinema.