Martin Shore's documentary following numerous generations of musician from the Memphis and Mississippi Delta area. The film features Snoop Dogg, Terrence Howard, William Bell, Mavis Staples and Otis Clay and many more.
"This was quite evident early on that this was something, personally special to me, very special," says Pitt. "I love this film." Pitt also praises director Steve McQueen for his unique way of film making and getting the movie shot in just over thirty days.
The company, which offers movies and TV series for rental and purchase, is owned by Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten and will get films from the "Hunger Games" and "The Expendables" franchises. READ MORE
A legal dispute over the hit action franchise -- in which Stallone has been taking punches from writers who claim their work was stolen -- exposes the whole messy system of who gets credit for what. READ MORE
A conservative group is blasting Hollywood for advocating gun control even as it portrayed 101 acts of gun violence about a week before the anniversary of the school shooting in Newtown, Conn. READ MORE
As the action star's latest film, "Bullet to the Head," hits theaters, THR looks back at the titles where the actor has wielded considerable firepower -- from "Death Race 2000" to "The Expendables 2." READ MORE
UPDATED: The streaming video service will take on Amazon.com's LoveFilm luring subscribers with film and TV hits such as "The Hobbit," "Breaking Bad" and "The Expendables" and cost 5.99 pounds a month in the U.K. READ MORE