Pennywise From ‘It’ Was Inserted Into The Opening Credits Of ‘Cheers,’ And The Internet Is Freaking Out
For 11 seasons, Cheers offered one of television’s great safe spaces — a place where “everyone knows your name,” as well as a bar where no one, not even the eternally beer-swilling Norm, gets too drunk.
Misty said there was "really no place in that movie" for his previously unreleased ballad. He's wrong. It's borderline slanderous to say that one could improve on the soundtrack to A Star Is Born, replete
Last week a bombshell of a story from New York Times contributor Jody Rosen revealed that a 2008 media storage vault fire on the Universal Studios Hollywood lot resulted in well over 100,000 music master
This story is part of American Anthem, a yearlong series on songs that rouse, unite, celebrate and call to action. Find more at NPR.org/Anthem. Editor's note: This story includes discussions of depression,
Though Pete Seeger, the heralded folk singer, songwriter and social activist died in 2014, his voice has left a lasting impression on American music. May 3, 2019 would have been Seeger's 100th birthday
In 2018, 125,000 people congregated in Park City, Utah — a ski town whose population wouldn't top 9,000 in the US Census of the same year — for the largest independent film festival in the United States:
Mary Badham and Gregory Peck in "To Kill a Mockingbird" (Courtesy Universal Pictures) “To Kill A Mockingbird” returns to more than 600 theaters nationwide on March 24 and 27 as part of TCM Big Screen series.