The Writers Guild of America announced its 2016 screenplay nominations, honoring a mix of the season’s biggest comedies and dramas, including Trainwreck, The Martian, and Straight Outta Compton.
The WGA nominates screenplays in three categories: Original, Adapted, and Documentary. In the last 10 years, seven WGA Original Screenplay winners went on to win the Best Original Screenplay Oscar and eight WGA Adapted Screenplay winners won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Over two decades after his death, Kurt Cobain earned a new Billboard distinction. The late Nirvana frontman appeared on the charts for the first time as a solo artist.
Kurt Cobain’s demo of “Been a Son,” which first appeared on Nirvana’s Blew in 1989, is the latest track to be released ahead of Montage of Heck’s soundtrack coming out later this month.
Kurt Cobain fans will get to hear a side of the Nirvana frontman they’ve literally never heard before on the soundtrack accompanying Brett Morgen’s Montage of Heck, titled& Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings.“We have 31 cues on here,” Morgen told Rolling Stone, </em
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck not only gives Nirvana fans an unparalleled look at the life of the troubled frontman through rare home videos, artwork and journals, but it also offers a ton of never-before-heard recordings, one of which was released on Monday.
Brett Morgen’s hit Sundance documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, which EW critic Chris Nashawaty named as one of the best films of 2015 so far, will get a theatrical re-release on Friday, having already aired on HBO and had a limited theatrical run this spring.
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Montage of Heck, the critically acclaimed documentary about Kurt Cobain’s life and death came out back in April, but the late musician’s former bandmate Dave Grohl didn’t watch it until recently—and he couldn’t even watch the whole thing, he admitted to the <a href=”http://www.washingtonpost
Kurt Cobain’s legacy as a musical giant only expands and becomes deeper in the 20 years after his death. On Monday, HBO will air the Brett Morgen-directed documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, which is already in theaters to heaps of praise. Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love, gave Morgen access to the Cobain family’s personal belongings, footage, artwork, journals, and lots, lots more.
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