The movie CBGB will premiere next week at the CBGB Festival in New York. It’s set for theatrical release on October 11. I’ll have a review of the film here soon, and the impending release has prompted me to go…
Tag: The Dead Boys
MTV posts a new clip from upcoming “CBGB”
I’ll present this with little comment. From MTV’s Rupert Grint’s Butt Takes Center Stage In Exclusive ‘CBGB’ Clip: Essentially, “CBGB” was a place with great music where just about anything could happen. Take this exclusive clip for example. In it,…
“CBGB: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” will include songs by Talking Heads, New York Dolls, Television, The Velvet Underground, The Stooges, Blondie, more
I’m not quite sure where this news first appeared, but it appears to be Billboard with Omnivore, Rhino to Release ‘CBGB’ Soundtrack. But the listing is a little clearer at Spin: CBGB: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack track list: 1. Talking…
Private Savannah screening of “CBGB” gets a good reaction
Well, I wasn’t invited — no reason I should have been — but there was a private screening of the upcoming movie CBGB last night in the 250-seat theater at the SCAD Museum of Art. I gather that the invited…
Rolling Stone: “CBGB” editing underway, but still questions about the soundtrack
Given Patti Smith’s reaction to the film, I don’t expect to hear any of her music, but what about the Ramones? What about Talking Heads? What about Blondie?
Photos of Rupert Grint, Alan Rickman, Justin Bartha, Donal Logue, others during “CBGB” filming in Savannah — Part 1
The scene you’re seeing here appears to be one in which The Dead Boys (Rupert Grint as Cheetah Chrome, Justin Bartha as Stiv Bators, and Bronson Adams as Johnny Blitz) storm out of CBGB into the street. Once they exist the shot, it continues with some sort of animated discussion between Hilly Kristal (Alan Rickman) and Merv Ferguson (Donal Logue).
Rupert Grint in “CBGB” as Cheetah Chrome
Or, Ron Weasley in a Dog Collar. . .
More “CBGB” news . . .
Justin Bartha has been cast as Dead Boys’ late lead singer and guitarist Stiv Bators. Meanwhile, the actual interior of the club is on its way to Savannah — or maybe even here already.
Can CBGB spirit be recreated — in Savannah or anywhere?
As Savannah gets ready for the filming of CBGB, in which Alan Rickman stars as legendary club owner Hilly Kristal, I can’t help wondering if the filmmakers can really capture the era.