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Talking Heads Concert Film ‘Stop Making Sense’ Re-Release Surpasses Initial Box Office Run

Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter The classic Talking Heads concert film “Stop Making Sense” has generated $5 million at the box office since returning to theaters in the fall. With this benchmark, the “Stop Making Sense” re-release has generated more coinage than the film’s entire initial 41-week run ($4.95 million) in 1984. Of course, this milestone comes with a massive caveat: Ticket sales aren’t adjusted for inflation, and prices were significantly less expensive four decades ago.

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Listen to Duran Duran’s cover of Talking Heads’ ‘Psycho Killer’ with Måneskin’s Victoria De Angelis
Duran Duran have shared a cover of Talking Heads‘ ‘Psycho Killer’ with Måneskin‘s Victoria De Angelis.The track features on Duran Duran’s forthcoming Halloween-themed album ‘Danse Macabre‘ – which is out this Friday October 27, available to pre-order/pre-save here – and marks the first cover to be unveiled from the record.Danse Macabre will also feature covers of Billie Eilish, The Rolling Stones, The Specials and more.The new song features De Angelis on guest bass and vocals, along with ex-Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor on guitar.Listen to the ‘Psycho Killer’ cover below.Duran Duran bassist John Taylor said in a press statement that De Angelis was “probably the most important electric bassist out there right now”.He continued: “I met a couple of the guys from Måneskin at a party and they said, ‘you’ve got to meet our bass player.’ She’s such a dynamo! I was like ‘what inspired you?’ and Vic said, ‘Tina Weymouth’. So when Psycho Killer made the cut for the album, I thought, ‘I’m gonna ask her if she’d like to have a bass-off!'”De Angelis said being asked to feature on the album was “such a wild honour”, adding: “I met John at a party, and we immediately bonded talking about music and bass.