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From his upbringing in Queens, New York, to playing Yankee Stadium alongside Metallica and Slayer, Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian has led quite the eventful life. That often bumpy road to rock stardom was filled with highs and lows, and Ian details them all in his memoir, I'm the Man: The Story of That Guy from Anthrax.
The forthcoming project from Angels and Airwaves, The Dream Walker, is not just a new album -- it's live-action film, a comic book and an animated short film. All aspects of this ambitious undertaking will help tell the story of Poet Anderson, a fictional character created by Tom DeLonge and his AVA band mate, Ilan Rubin. We now have a first glimpse at the project beyond the album with the trailer for the animated film Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker, which premiered on Indiewire.
Jeremy Spencer, drummer and co-founder of Five Finger Death Punch, can now add "New York Times Best-Selling Author" to his resume. His autobiography, Death Punch'd: Surviving Five Finger Death Punch's Metal Mayhem, has hit the top ten on The New York Times Celebrities Best Sellers list.
R.E.M. and MTV have a special relationship, beyond their affinity for acronyms. That relationship will be chronicled in an upcoming 6-disc DVD collection called I Want My REMTV. Included in the collection is the feature-length documentary R.E.M. by MTV. On Wednesday, R.E.M. released a trailer for the documentary on their YouTube page.
(NEW YORK) -- Just days after Toys "R" Us announced it was putting Breaking Bad action figures on an "indefinite sabbatical" from its stores, Aaron Paul is supporting a petition to put the toys back on the shelves.
(LOS ANGELES) -- The producers of the 2015 Oscars telecast say a report claiming Neil Patrick Harris was their fourth option to host the show isn't quite accurate.
(NEW YORK) -- Christian Bale has landed a new job: the role of Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic of the late Apple visionary.
(NEW YORK) -- British actor James Corden will make his debut as the host of The Late Late Show starting March 9, 2015, CBS announced Thursday.