(NEW YORK) -- Remember the Titans actors Wood Harris and Ryan Hurst have reunited to discuss their classic film, and how it remains relevant to the ongoing fight against racial injustice. The duo played real-life football players Julius Campbell Jr. and Gerry Bertier in the 2000 film, which you may already know... Read More.
The new Ronnie Wood documentary Somebody Up There Likes Me, which premiered last October at the London Film Festival, gets its virtual cinema release today. As previously reported, the film, directed by Mike Figgis, offers an intimate look at the Rolling Stones guitarist's... Read More.
The new Ronnie Wood documentary Somebody Up There Likes Me, which premiered last October at the London Film Festival, will get a virtual cinema release starting September 18, and then will be made available on DVD and Blu-ray on... Read More.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood more time to focus on one of his other passions, his art, and now a new exhibition of the veteran rocker's work is scheduled to go on display later this... Read More.
Elpis and Wood. It's a name that catches your eye--it stands out along Grand Avenue, different than the other names that border the street. But it all make sense when you walk inside, and especially when you meet the owner--Blake Paine. Elpis means "hope" in Greek, and... Read More.