The first single from Amy Winehouse’s
posthumous album, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, has been released.
It sees Amy
do a cover version of Our Day Will Come, a No1 hit for Ruby & The Romantics in 1963. The album is set for release on December 5 and is a compilation of previously unreleased tracks and alternative versions of existing hits and was compiled by Salaam Remi and Mark Ronson.
Musician and photographer Bryan Adams
shot the picture that adorns the album cover.
Amy Winehouse - Our Day Will Come: Amy Winehouse Tribute
BBC rugby pundit and former Welsh international rugby player Jonathon Davies
was arrested on Sunday morning for assault following a pub crawl. (Huffingtonpost
and Liam Gallagher’s
mother has called on them to sort out their differences after a court document revealed the high level of hostility that existed between the brothers. Peggy Gallagher was speaking after it came to light that Noel accused Liam of swinging a guitar at him “like an axe” during a row in Paris. (Independent
and Noah Wyle
are reportedly in the running to play the late Steve Jobs
in a Sony-made movie based on the biography written by Walter Isaacson. Aaron Sorkin
(The Social Network/Moneyball) is said to be at the top of Sony’s wish-list to write the film. (RTE
splits her earnings 50/50 with her father. (Dailymail
, the man that brought us Goodfellas, Shutter Island and The Departed, talks about what motivated him to make the new family movie Hugo. (latimes
) And Scorsese
has been chosen to direct The Snowman, a big screen adaption of the book by the popular Norwegian author Jo Nesbo. (Hollywoodreporter
and the E Street Band
have announced dates for their UK tour and they are set to headline next year’s Hard Rock Calling Festival. (BBC
The Expendables 2
Poster - Enough testosterone to fill a small lake!
Some big time Hollywood heavyweights apparently started their careers in soft-core porn! These include Alexander Payne
(director of the new George Clooney movie, The Descendants), Transformers director Michael Bay, Sylvester Stallone, Cameron Diaz
and Jackie Chan
shares some funny personal feelings on Christmas adverts, including the line “Anyone who cries at this creepy bu****it is literally sobbing IQ points out of their body.” Not exactly the festive spirit! (Guardian