(in theaters Friday in New York and Los Angeles; expands to 35 cities March 24, including Chicago, Boston, San Francisco and Phoenix).
Shot primarily at Austin City Limits music festival and Fun Fun Fun Fest in 20, the drama traces the intertwining love stories of musicians Faye (Rooney Mara) and BV (Ryan Gosling), and record producer Cook (Michael Fassbender) and waitress Rhonda (Natalie Portman).
How about a documentary digging into the story of the Stooges, one of the towering names in the Detroit music canon?
The resulting film, “Gimme Danger,” is opening today in several U. cities, including a run at the Detroit Film Theatre (DFT) at the Detroit Institute of Arts, before it moves to wider release in a couple of weeks.
The goal "was to be able to insert these fictional characters into these real worlds," says music supervisor Lauren Marie Mikus.
"It was extremely important that we could enter their private world and make our own within it."Here's how the film's biggest musician cameos came about. "She really took to Rooney and invited her to her show," where the actress played onstage for a scene included in the film, says producer Sarah Green.
We used to do the most ridiculous tours; sometimes travelling two days to a gig.IGGY POPCameos including Sex Pistols' John Lydon and Diplo came together hours before shooting, as Mikus reached out to their managers on the ground at festivals.Another was Iggy Pop, who shares a glass of wine with Cook in a green room.As if the Lakers dumpster fire needed some more gasoline thrown on it. Though sources close to the situation dub the video “a prank gone wrong” and “a mistake by [Russell],” re-establishing relationships with teammates may prove troubling for the 20-year-old first-round draft pick.According to ESPN, the team is isolating rookie D’Angelo Russell following the release of a video, which he reportedly taped, that captures teammate Nick Young admitting to cheating on fiancée Iggy Azalea. “What about Amber Rose, you never tried,” Russell quizzes. It appears Young did not know he was being filmed, seemingly shocked after Russell says in later footage, “I’m glad you told my video all that.” “Huh? Azalea was quick to respond on social media, thanking Russell for the “intel” on Young. “The only thing I’m disappointed about is it got out,” coach Byron Scott said Wednesday.