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Bob Marley Biopic Finds Director in Reinaldo Marcus Green

Paramount has tapped 'King Richard' helmer for the feature.

Damian Marley Is Converting a California Prison Into a Pot Farm

Bob Marley's youngest son is partnering with Ocean Grown Extracts in an ambitious bid to create a multi-million dollar venture.

Bob Marley’s “War” Sparks Copyright Fight

Allan Cole says he wrote "War" and "Natty Dread" but just recently discovered he doesn't own the copyrights.

TIFF: Antigua Looking to Keep ‘Pirates’ Spirit Alive With $125M Film Fund

The fund will be the first-ever to use the Caribbean island's citizenship-by-investment program to finance movies.

Bob Marley Bio-Musical Sets Baltimore Premiere

Writer-director Kwame Kwei-Armah's production opens May 7 and is the first stage project to use the reggae superstar's music to explore his life.

Bob Marley to Be the Face of First-Ever Global Marijuana Brand

"Herb is for the healing of the nation; herb is for the meditation; herb is for the higher vibrations"

‘Rising Star’: Meet the Third Week’s Singers (Video)

A friend of a Gossip Girl, a beach babe and an inspirational story counted among this week's "Rising Star" hopefuls.

Ziggy Marley Flies Like a Rasta on New Album

The son of the reggae legend's fifth solo album arrives just in time for 4/20 smoke-out.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Proclaims ‘Bob Marley Day’

The embattled politician, who has admitted to smoking a lot of marijuana in his past, was not on hand at City Hall to celebrate the reggae king.

Finding Fela: Sundance Review

Oscar-winner Alex Gibney ("Taxi to the Dark Side") grapples with an enigmatic persona in his politically charged doc about Nigerian musician Fela Kuti.

Off Broadway Gets Tropical With ‘Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds’

The new musical for children features the legendary Caribbean reggae artist's songs and tells the story of Ziggy, a shy Jamaican child who finally learns to face his fears and enjoy life.