Muse, AC/DC and Fleetwood Mac are the odds-on favorites to headline Glastonbury 2015, according to London's bookie William Hill. Fleetwood Mac are a 4/1 favorite to close out the fest, while Muse and AC/DC are pegged at 5/1 to perform. Another London bookmaker, Ladbrokes, has Fleetwood Mac at evens with Muse at 8/1, and AC/DC unlisted.
Keegan-Michael Key ("Key and Peele," "Let's Be Cops") and Regina Hall have joined the cast of "Vacation," a reboot from directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein ("Horrible Bosses"). The film also stars Ed Helms, Christina Applegate, Chris Hemsworth, Charlie Day, Skyler Gisondo, Steele Stebbins, Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo and Leslie Mann.
Carrie Underwood has released "Something in the Water," the first single from her upcoming album, Greatest Hits: Decade #1. Carrie says the song is about having a moment of clarity. "It's really kind of a joyous, uplifting song about changing your life for the better and kind of having that 'a-ha' moment, to waking up and your life being different from that moment forward."
John Malkovich will be honored with the lifetime achievement award, or, the Golden Eye award, at the upcoming Zurich International Film Festival. The tribute comes October 4, when the actor gets the statue from German actress Veronika Ferres. Malkovich's nearly three-decade movie making career has included films like "The Killing Fields," "Empire of the Sun" and "Cesar Chavez."
Fleetwood Mac, AC/DC, and Muse are the odds-on favorites to headline Glastonbury 2015, according to London's bookie William Hill. Fleetwood Mac are a 4/1 favorite to close out the fest, while Muse and AC/DC are pegged at 5/1 to perform. Another London bookmaker, Ladbrokes, has Fleetwood Mac at evens with Muse at 8/1, and AC/DC unlisted.
Marvel has released the first image of the female Thor, after announcing that the superhero had changed gender from male to female. The first Thor comic hits October 1. The comic book maker unveiled the first three pages of the issue, which show the God of Thunder unable to lift his magic hammer. A woman arrives, lifts it easily, and changes the inscription on the hammer from "he" to "she."
Lorde has released "Yellow Flicker Beat," her contribution to the upcoming soundtrack of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1. "It's my first offering from what i hope will be a soundtrack you love," the singer wrote on her Tumblr.
Aretha Franklin covers Adele's hit single "Rolling in the Deep" on her upcoming album, Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics. She'll perform the song live for the first time on Late Night with David Letterman on October 3. Franklin's version of the tune features a mash-up with "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
Following her arrest over the weekend for DUI, Amanda Bynes is said to have been under the influence of a stimulant. TMZ reported that the troubled actress was "out of it" during her traffic stop, failing several sobriety tests. The site quotes anonymous law enforcement officials who said she was on a stimulant but did not know the exact drug.
The trio of the Band Perry, Lady Antebellum, and Little Big Town have been added to the expanding list of performers for the 2014 CMA Awards. All three are vying for the Vocal Group of the Year award, and Lady A has also received a Music Video of the Year nomination for their hit single "Bartender."
Patricia Thayer, mother of KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer, has passed away. The news was confirmed on the band's Facebook page, where Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Eric Singer condoled Tommy. "We offer our condolences and deepest sympathies to Tommy on his mother's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Paul, Eric and Gene."
Lili Simmons ("True Detective") and David Arquette have joined the cast of the upcoming Western film "Bone Tomahawk." The pair join the already announced cast that includes Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, Richard Jenkins, Kathryn Morris, Evan Jonigkeit, Sean Young and Sid Haig. The plot of the film centers on four men who "attempt to rescue a group of captives . . ."
Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and Rascal Flatts are the headlining performers to be announced for the Tree Town Music Festival next year. The fest goes down in Forest City, Iowa from May 22-24. Bentley headlines Friday night, while Shelton takes over closing duties the following night. Rascal Flatts closes out the event on Sunday night.
Slash is frustrated with the youth of today's entertainment industry, venting his feelings during a recent interview with Ireland's Independent. "You know what's wrong with the whole f—in' entertainment business?" he said.
Netflix has announced that its first original streaming film release, "The Green Dragon," will be the sequel to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." The film will be simulcast at IMAX theaters on August 28, 2015. The network also released a plot synopsis of the Yuen Wo-Ping directed movie. "[Green Legend] echoes the themes of the original movie, but tells its own story -- one of lost love . . ."