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Woody Harrelson in Talks to Star in Lionsgate Musical ‘Sailing’

Lionsgate has unveiled plans for the yacht rock musical comedy Sailing, with Woody Harrelson in talks to star. The jukebox musical comedy will follow the trials and tribulations of a group of 1970s musicians discovering the smooth sounds and lifestyle from yacht rock. The soft rock music genre dominated FM radio during that period. Harrelson […]

‘Rock of Ages’ to Take Final Broadway Bow

The musical will close on Jan. 18 after a six-year run

Adam Shankman Enters Rehab

The director and "So You Think You Can Dance" judge is on a "journey to recovery," his rep said in a statement.

Steve Perry’s ‘Oh Sherrie’: Where Is She Now? (Video)

Although their love didn't last beyond the '80s, the Journey singer and his former muse remain friends.

THR Auditions: ‘Rock of Ages,’ ‘Underemployed’ Star Diego Boneta Does Batman (Video)

The actor puts his spin on the caped crusader in THR’s new web series.

Golden Globes Preview: Comedy, Music Get Their Due

Oscar is resistant to comedies and skeptical of musicals, but the Hollywood Foreign Press Association sets aside separate categories so films such as "Les Miserables" and R-rated comedy "Ted" can shine.

‘Prometheus’ Knocks ‘Avengers’ From No. 1 on Home Entertainment Charts

"Rock of Ages" made its debut at No. 3, followed by the Blu-ray release of "E.T." at No. 4.

‘American Idol’ on the Charts: Phillip Phillips’ ‘Home’ Run; Lauren Alaina’s ‘Eighteen’ Climbs

Thanks to a "Rock of Ages" resurgence, season four alum Constantine Maroulis scores his 118th week on cast albums chart. Season 10 runner-up Alaina, meanwhile, can credit Carrie Underwood for her latest country hit.

Matt Weaver’s MediaWeaver Takes Stage at Relativity

The "Rock of Ages" producer already has a digital series set up with RelativityREAL at Yahoo! and now will develop properties for live theater, movies, TV and new media there.

Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott on Battle With Label: ‘We Don’t Want to Work for the Man, We Want to Be the Man’ (Q&A)

As the '80s megaband fights for a bigger share of digital royalties, its singer breaks down the issues at hand, how acts like My Chemical Romance could suffer in the future and the state of today's music: "It's blasé."

Pour Some Sugar Again: Why Def Leppard is Rerecording Hits

The '80s rockers claim Universal Music is short-changing them on royalties, so they've reworked "identical" versions of their classics that they can license and sell online.

Analysts Expect Slower TV Ad Growth in Latest Hollywood Conglomerate Earnings Reports?

Wall Street also predict mixed film results for the second quarter and more clarity on whether sector stocks have more upside.?