• 'Batman' composer Danny Elfman says turning down Prince was 'most stressful gamble' of his career
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    Yahoo Movies UK

    'Batman' composer Danny Elfman says turning down Prince was 'most stressful gamble' of his career

    Elfman revealed that Michael Jackson and George Michael were also in talks for the soundtrack.

  • What’s the most popular Disney song?
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    Ben Falk

    What’s the most popular Disney song?

    They’re family favourites which have satisfied generations of kids and fuelled some awesome drunk karaoke. But which Disney animated movie song is the most popular?We used Spotify to see which Mouse House film tunes had been streamed the most. Which is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below. N.B. Stream numbers correct at time of writing.- The three things banned from Disney movies- 10 classic kids movies in-jokesImage credits: OutNow, Getty, Rex_Shutterstock

  • Prince Has Died Aged 57
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    Ryan Leston

    Prince Has Died Aged 57

    The artist known as Prince has died, aged 57. “Prince’s body was discovered at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota early Thursday morning,” they reveal. “The singer – full name Prince Rogers Nelson – had a medical emergency on April 15th that forced his private jet to make an emergency landing in Illinois,” they added.

  • James Cameron’s Aliens Heading To Royal Albert Hall With Live Orchestra
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    Ben Skipper

    James Cameron’s Aliens Heading To Royal Albert Hall With Live Orchestra

    The Royal Albert Hall has announced the latest film that will be screened at the legendary venue with a live orchestra, and it’s James Camerons’ sci-fi action classic ‘Aliens’.

  • Listen to the New — and Very Different — 'Annie' Soundtrack on Spotify
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Listen to the New — and Very Different — 'Annie' Soundtrack on Spotify

    You’ll need to learn some new songs. The full soundtrack to Annie, starring Quvenzhané Wallis, Jamie Foxx, and Cameron Diaz, is streaming now on Spotify, and fans of the Broadway musical (or the 1982 film, for that matter) may be surprised to hear just how different the new score is.