Members of Queen, the Police, Rush to honor Taylor Hawkins
The twin concerts for Foo Fighters’ late drummer Taylor Hawkins will include Miley Cyrus, Liam Gallagher, Joan Jett, Mark Ronson, members of Queen, The Police, Rush, Kiss, The Pretenders, Motley Crue, Queens of the Stone Age, Rage Against The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Supergrass and comedian Dave Chappelle.
New this week: Chrissie Hynde, loads of zombies & M.O.D.O.K
(Hulu/Netflix/Acorn TV via AP) (Uncredited)Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. Two months after the release of his four-hour edit of "Justice League," the maximalist filmmaker has shifted to Netflix, and returned to zombies. In it, a group of mercenaries try to pull of a heist in a Las Vegas overrun with zombies. The Pretenders frontwoman will release a Dylan covers album on Friday called "Standing in the Doorway: Chrissie Hynde Sings Bob Dylan." Pearl Nolan (Kerry Godliman), single mom, lead owner of the popular Whitstable Pearl eatery and a freshly minted private detective, is sure that a family friend's death wasn't accidental.wftv.com
McCartney slams animal experiments in new PETA music video
Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images(CNN) - Paul McCartney has made a new music video for animal rights group PETA in a campaign to end animal testing. Billboard debuted the animated video from the Beatles legend, which is set to his 1993 protest song, "Looking for Changes." McCartney, an outspoken animal rights activist, donated the song to PETA's campaign to end experiments on animals. "I'm looking for changes that will continue the momentum of getting animals out of laboratories," McCartney said. "Experiments on animals are unethical -- they're a colossal failure and a waste of time and money.