If you’re a Bruce Springsteen fan, I strongly recommend checking out Western Stars in a movie theater. If you aren’t familiar with the film, which is now playing, it’s unlike any concert film I’ve ever seen because it mixes Springsteen performing all the songs on his latest album of the same name with narration about family and loneliness as the camera gently ventures through the American West in between songs. You can get a taste of it in the trailer below: - As you saw, Springsteen is backed up by a band and a full orchestra in …
Blinded By the Light's soundtrack features plenty of classic Bruce Springsteen songs - including the previously unreleased "I'll Stand By You."
Imagine The Boss playing the Yule Ball alongside the Weird Sisters.
Put your makeup on, fix your hair up pretty and meet me tonight in…Luton, England.
New Line has released the first trailer for Blinded by the Light, the Sundance sensation from Bend It Like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha. Based on the memoir "Greetings from Bury Park" by journalist Sarfraz Manzoor —who also co-wrote the film with Chadha and Paul Mayeda Berges—Blinded by the Light follows a young British-Pakistani boy named Javed (Viveik Kalra) who comes of age in 1980s England to the tune of his idol, Bruce Springsteen. This movie is so good, and watching this trailer got me amped to see it again when it hits theaters. While the trailer does …
Blinded by the Light is an irresistible movie. You may be initially dubious about its premise—a coming-of-age 80s-set story about a young British Pakistani boy who discovers his identity by listening to Bruce Springsteen—but you will inevitably succumb to its charms. You may think the film’s sentimentality is too much, but you’ll be in tears by the end. It’s a rapturously joyous, heartfelt, and genuinely insightful film not just about The Boss, but about the personal nature and power of music. About how art in general can shape and affect one’s …
It may be cold at the Sundance Film Festival but the sales market is hotter than ever thanks to a combination of commercial titles and deep-pocketed streamers hungry for content. After sitting out last year's Sundance following its splashy pre-festival acquisition of Life Itself (which did not work out), Amazon Studios returned to Park City with an open checkbook, ready to spend. The studio made its move early, pouncing on Nisha Ganatra's Late Night starring Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson, as well as Scott Z. Burns' The Report starring Adam Driver, Annette Bening and Jon Hamm. […