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    HBO Orders Martin Scorsese's Rock 'n Roll Series, But Is It A Step Backward?

    HBO is recreating the past while pushing toward the present, but is it time for the company to let go of the concepts that built it as a powerhouse network?

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    What to Expect from Alex Gibney's HBO Doc 'Mr Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown'

    Workhorse Alex Gibney's latest documentary 'Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown' debuts on HBO on Monday, October 27. Gibney was given exclusive access to the Brown Estate archives. But is this an honest picture of the Hardest Working Man in Show Business?

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    Martin Scorsese Remains Busiest Man in Hollywood As Paramount Angle Toward 'Silence'

    At 71, no one keeps up with the relentlessly energetic Martin Scorsese. Seven months after "The Wolf of Wall Street" opened before earning a Best Picture nomination — and just after his latest documentary, "The New York Review of Books: A 50 Year Argument" premiered at a small festival ahead of HBO'...

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    Mick Jagger Wanted to Play Alex in 'A Clockwork Orange,' The Beatles Wanted to Do Soundtrack

    Letters of Note blog has yet another amazing discovery for us today. Before Kubrick famously took the helm of "A Clockwork Orange," producer Si Litvinoff approached director John Schlesinger with the project. Litvinoff's letter to Schlesinger is revealing: Mick Jagger was interested in playing the r...

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    Brian Koppelman and David Levien Hired as Showrunners for Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger's HBO Rock and Roll Drama Project

    Mike Jagger, Martin Scorsese and "Boardwalk Empire" creator Terence Winter have been slowly working on a project at HBO that sounds almost too good to be true -- a drama set in the New York music scene the late '70s.

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    The Rolling Stones' Forbidden Documentary

    With the Rolling Stones scouring their vaults and releasing every alternate mix and scrap of arcana as a high-priced collector's item, it's hard to believe there's anything left unissued. But as Jack Hamilton writes at Slate, there's one piece of Stones history that remains resolutely off-limits: Ro...

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    Bobby Cannavale Joins Martin Scorsese's HBO Rock ‘N’ Roll Series

    When Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger collaborated on the Rolling Stones documentary “Shine A Light” they conceived an idea for a “Casino”-like movie set in the music biz of the 1970s. That was in 2010. Than in 2011 Scorsese and Jagger took the idea to HBO and brought on “Boardwalk Empire” writer Ter...

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    Watch Mick Jagger, Jon Hamm, Foo Fighters in Spectacular SNL Season Finale

    Mick Jagger was host of one of the best SNL’s of the season, a high-energy finale that relied on Jagger’s persona and was fueled by so much nostalgia that it seemed like classic rock, with Jagger doing "19th Nervous Breakdown" with Foo Fighters, "The Last Time" w...

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    Obama Sings; Hope He Keeps His Day Job (Video)

    At a blues-y celebration of Black History Month at the White House – a concert to be shown on PBS on Feb. 27th – the President joined in and sang “Sweet Home Chicago” with B.B. King, backed up by Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck and others.

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    Martin Scorsese & Mick Jagger's Music Drama At HBO Now Moving Forward

    Given the five thousand things Martin Scorsese is doing at any given moment, we kind of forgot about this project, a music drama with his long time Rolling Stones bud Mick Jagger, that was set up last summer over at HBO. Penned by "Boardwalk Empire" (on which Scorsese serves as executive producer) and "The Sopranos" writer Terence Winter, it was first announced under the working title "History Of Music," and was initially envisioned by Jagger as a feature film that followed two friends who work in the music industry across 40 years. William Monahan had actually penned a script over at Paramount where it was going under the title "The Long Pla...

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