The clip features country music singer-songwriter Radney Foster discussing the difference between rock and rock’n’roll. From award-winning filmmaker Eugene Jarecki (The House I Live In, Why We Fight), THE KING is a fascinating journey across America’s troubled past framed alongside the ups and downs of the life of rock and roll legend, Elvis Presley.
Not only is the band’s back catalogue once again being celebrated on the big screen thanks to Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again – which is still performing well at the UK box office a month after it first released – but this December sees the release of two original songs, one of which, I Still Have Faith In You, will feature in a TV special.
The game, created in conjunction with the Oscar-winning studio Aardman and DigixArt, brings to life the story of both sides of WW1 – 100 years after its conclusion. The new trailer, revealed today, introduces the two key characters of the game, Kurt and Harry, set amongst the backdrop of the tense, cramped, and claustrophobic trenches.
In the new 10-part season, the Hill family have settled in the coastal town of San Toledo following their getaway last season, but it’s not long before they run afoul of the local kingpin and find themselves pressed into service for the malevolent crime boss.
Set in ’70s Kingston and ’80s Hackney, the film centres on the life of a young Jamaican man named D (Aml Ameen), who has never fully recovered from the murder, committed during his childhood, of his older brother Jerry Dread (Everaldo Creary).
Set in America in 1962, the film tells the heart-warming true story of Tony Lip (Mortensen), a working-class Italian-American bouncer who takes on a job as a chauffeur for Dr. Don Shirley (Ali), a highly-educated African-American classical pianist.
Replacing BBC HD, the channel – which is also available in Australia, South Africa, Benelux and the Middle East – will be accessible through DTH, cable and IPTV providers alongside BBC Brit, BBC Earth, BBC Lifestyle, CBeebies and BBC World News.