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What does a good music biopic actually look like?

Watching the preview clip of Back To Black, the new Amy Winehouse biopic, it is impossible to shake the image of the late singer watching it herself. Winehouse, someone unafraid to dismiss anything she saw as beneath her, would surely not accept this soft-soap depiction of her rise from jazz singer to international icon. Back To Black isn’t really for Amy Winehouse, though.

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‘Euphoria’ won’t be coming back anytime soon
Euphoria doesn’t seem to be arriving on screens anytime soon, following multiple delays.Fans of the hit HBO series, which stars Zendaya, Jacob Elordi and Sydney Sweeney, have been awaiting a third instalment for more than two years, after its cliffhanger season two finale aired in February 2022.The third season suffered delays to filming and production as a result of last year’s acting and writing strikes, as well as creator Sam Levinson’s delay in completing the script.A statement made by the network (as per Deadline) revealed: “HBO and Sam Levinson remain committed to making an exceptional third season. In the interim, we are allowing our in-demand cast to pursue other opportunities.”Elordi, who plays the toxic lead male character, Nate Jacobs, received acclaim for his recent feature films, dark comedy thriller, Saltburn and memoir-adapted biopic Priscilla, in which he portrayed Elvis Presley.Meanwhile Sweeney, who plays divisive and naïve Cassie, has been promoting her latest project, horror movie, Immaculate, after kicking off the year with romcom, Anyone But You.Zendaya, who has earned Emmy awards for her portrayal of the show’s central role, Rue, a troubled teenage drug addict, has been celebrating the success of Dune: Part Two, and will soon be promoting upcoming romantic sports film, Challengers.Also recognised for his performance in Euphoria is Colman Domingo, who received the award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama in 2022, for his portrayal of recovering drug addict Ali.
Watch Bruce Springsteen play a raucous ‘Viva Las Vegas’ in Sin City
Bruce Springsteen returned to Las Vegas last night (March 22), greeting the city with a rendition of Elvis Presley’s ‘Viva Las Vegas’ – check out the footage below.The track was included as one of a number of surprise setlist inclusions at the show, which also saw songs like 1992’s ‘Roll of the Dice’ and 1978’s ‘Racing in the Street’ get their first outings in several years.It was the second show of the 2024 leg of Springsteen’s current world tour, which has restarted after the Boss had to postpone a hefty chunk of shows in 2023 due to health concerns.The worries arose towards the end of last year, when the singer-songwriter needed to be treated for peptic ulcer disease, and was forced to delay all of his shows after playing in New Jersey on September 3.On March 19, they returned to the stage in Phoenix, Arizona, playing a set incorporating tracks from across his extensive discography, ranging from his first album, ‘Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.’, through 2022’s ‘Only the Strong Survive’.Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band played in Las Vegas on March 22:‘Roll of the Dice’‘Lonesome Day’‘Prove It All Night’‘No Surrender’‘Ghosts’‘Letter to You’‘The Promised Land’‘Spirit in the Night’‘Don’t Play That Song (You Lied)’‘Nightshift’‘Mary’s Place’‘Hungry Heart’‘Racing in the Street’‘Last Man Standing’‘Backstreets’‘Because the Night’‘She’s the One’‘Wrecking Ball’‘The Rising’‘Badlands’‘Thunder Road’‘Viva Las Vegas’‘Born to Run’‘Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)’‘Glory Days’‘Dancing in the Dark’‘Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out’‘I’ll See You In My Dreams’In other Bruce Springsteen news, the Boss recently took part in Mark Knopfler’s star-studded charity re-recording of ‘Going Home’, which starred the likes of Queen‘s Brian May, Bruce