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...music stars. Elton John was humbled by the failed "Lestat" but found success with "Billy Elliot" and "The Lion King." U2's Bono and The Edge finally got on track with "Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark," after numerous postponed openings. And Lauper...

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Music lover launches low-key concert promotion business

...and Celtic -- line three rooms. He's got a Grateful Dead poster over the stove, a Madonna poster over the sink, and an old U2 CD cover on his fridge. He describes himself as someone who goes into a record store looking for one album and leaves with 15...

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...their business to bring classical, jazz music to peninsula Author of Nancy Drew books pens weekly newspaper column at 96 U2 earns most concert money What's Happening Art Briefs Quartet makes classical appearance Few problems reported first...

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Killing Bono

Opens Friday, Nov 4, 2011 Synopsis: Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, co-screenwriters of the hit 1991 music drama The Commitments, re-team to contribute to this musical comedy about two brothers who watch their dreams of superstardom go up in flames thanks to their classmate Bono and his band U2. Neil (Ben Barnes) and Ivan McCormick (Robert Sheehan) are two aspiring musicians with a passion for punk, and the drive to become rock legends. They've got big ambitions, but Neil and Ivan have failed to realize that someone else in their social circle is even more determined to succeed than they are. His name is Bono, and his band U2 is about to become one of the biggest rock and roll acts of all time. When Bono reveals to Neil that Ivan would make the perfect addition to U2, the intense jealousy that follows threatens to drive a wedge between the two brothers who once swore they would take over the world together. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Ben Barnes, Robert Sheehan, Krysten Ritter, Peter Serafinowicz, Pete Postlethwaite Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Killing Bono

Opens Friday, Nov 4, 2011 Synopsis: Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, co-screenwriters of the hit 1991 music drama The Commitments, re-team to contribute to this musical comedy about two brothers who watch their dreams of superstardom go up in flames thanks to their classmate Bono and his band U2. Neil (Ben Barnes) and Ivan McCormick (Robert Sheehan) are two aspiring musicians with a passion for punk, and the drive to become rock legends. They've got big ambitions, but Neil and Ivan have failed to realize that someone else in their social circle is even more determined to succeed than they are. His name is Bono, and his band U2 is about to become one of the biggest rock and roll acts of all time. When Bono reveals to Neil that Ivan would make the perfect addition to U2, the intense jealousy that follows threatens to drive a wedge between the two brothers who once swore they would take over the world together. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Ben Barnes, Robert Sheehan, Krysten Ritter, Peter Serafinowicz, Pete Postlethwaite Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Killing Bono

Opens Friday, Nov 4, 2011 Synopsis: Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, co-screenwriters of the hit 1991 music drama The Commitments, re-team to contribute to this musical comedy about two brothers who watch their dreams of superstardom go up in flames thanks to their classmate Bono and his band U2. Neil (Ben Barnes) and Ivan McCormick (Robert Sheehan) are two aspiring musicians with a passion for punk, and the drive to become rock legends. They've got big ambitions, but Neil and Ivan have failed to realize that someone else in their social circle is even more determined to succeed than they are. His name is Bono, and his band U2 is about to become one of the biggest rock and roll acts of all time. When Bono reveals to Neil that Ivan would make the perfect addition to U2, the intense jealousy that follows threatens to drive a wedge between the two brothers who once swore they would take over the world together. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Ben Barnes, Robert Sheehan, Krysten Ritter, Peter Serafinowicz, Pete Postlethwaite Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Lotus Eaters

Now Playing Synopsis: A handful of young people discover that wealth and beauty don't necessarily make for a satisfying life in this drama. Alice (Antonia Campbell-Hughes) has enjoyed a successful career as a fashion model, and she spends much of her time dashing from one hot spot to another in a whirl of parties and drink-and-drug-fueled decadence. However, in her late twenties, Alice is already becoming too old for her chosen profession, and she's considering becoming an actress. Meanwhile, her former boyfriend Charlie (Johnny Flynn) is handsome and charming, but he's also a heroin addict whose life is going nowhere; despite this, Alice is still drawn to him. Elsewhere, Alice's friend Orna (Cynthia Fortune Ryan) is eager to pair up the members of her social circle, including Marlon (Alex Wyndham), a ladies' man with a sexually transmitted disease; weak-willed Felix (Benn Northover), who is infatuated with Alice; and Suzi (Amber Anderson), Felix's emotionally unstable lover. Lotus Eaters was the first feature film from Alexandra McGuinness, whose father, Paul McGuinness, has witnessed more than a bit of the rock-&-roll lifestyle as the longtime manager of U2. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Johnny Flynn, Benn Northover, Cynthia Fortune Ryan, Liam Browne Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Killing Bono

Now Playing Synopsis: Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, co-screenwriters of the hit 1991 music drama The Commitments, re-team to contribute to this musical comedy about two brothers who watch their dreams of superstardom go up in flames thanks to their classmate Bono and his band U2. Neil (Ben Barnes) and Ivan McCormick (Robert Sheehan) are two aspiring musicians with a passion for punk and the drive to become rock legends. They've got big ambitions, but Neil and Ivan have failed to realize that someone else in their social circle is even more determined to succeed than they are. His name is Bono (Martin McCann), and his band U2 is about to become one of the biggest rock-and-roll acts of all time. When Bono reveals to Neil that Ivan would make the perfect addition to U2, the intense jealousy that follows threatens to drive a wedge between the two brothers who once swore they would take over the world together. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Ben Barnes, Robert Sheehan, Krysten Ritter, Peter Serafinowicz, Pete Postlethwaite Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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