Speculation over who will play the London Olympics afterparty this Sunday has reached a fever pitch in the British media cauldron. Possible performers at the "greatest afterparty in the world" include, Adele, The Rolling Stones, One Direction, Kate Bush, Spice Girls, George Michael, The Who, Queen, Madness, Pet Shop Boys and perhaps even Paul McCartney again - despite only earning $1.57 the first time around.
Oscar winning director Danny Boyle plans to transform the opening ceremony of the London Olympics 2012 into a surreal vista of a "green and pleasant land" at the newly-built host stadium in Eastern London.
The rights to adapt Bob Dylan’s seminal 1975 album "Blood on the Tracks" into an English language movie have been purchased by Brazil-based international production banner RT Features. Rodrigo Teixeira and Fernando Loureiro will produce the film.
This year's MTV Europe Music Awards will rock out in the German city of Frankfurt, organizers said. The 19th annual show will pump up the volume in Frankfurt on Nov. 11, a second coming for the German city having played host back in 2001.
Surviving Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr attended last night's premiere of Martin Scorsese's documentary, "George Harrison: Living In The Material World," set for a limited cinematic release and HBO run.
Sony’s only depot for CDs and DVDs in the U.K. was burned to the ground, several movie theaters closed their doors early Monday night and Wednesday night’s England vs. Holland soccer international was postponed as the British capital’s businesses and entertainment providers began counting the cost of a third night of rioting, looting and civil unrest.