Martin Scorsese is moving from the Band to Bob Dylan.
Back in the '70s, the famed director made a musical documentary about the Band, the group that used to back Dylan. Scorese just announced he will do a film bio called the "Bob Dylan Anthology Project."
It will be released in 2005 and detail Dylan's career from 1963 until the present.
"I've admired and enjoyed his many musical transformations," said Scorsese, who last year earned an Oscar nomination for directing "Gangs of New York."
"For me there is no other musical artist who eaves his influences so densely to create something so personal and unique," Scorsese said.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back in time for the July Fourth holiday with the release of "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines." It's a typical summer action flick, with lots of computer-generated graphics, explosions and a plot about hackers trying to take over a top secret government organization.
The film also stars Nick Stahl, Kristanna Loken, Claire Danes and Michael Biehn. It is directed by Jonathan Mostow.
A preview is available at www.apple.com/trailers/wb/t3/domestLine is overdrawn ictrailer/.
Radiohead continues to make compelling music and the English band has just released a video called, "There There." It's from a new CD called "Hail to the Thief," due out June 10.
Radiohead was formed in 1989 and features Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar), Edward John O'Brien (guitar), Colin Greenwood (bass), Phil Selway (drums), and Jonny Greenwood (guitar, keyboards). The BBC once described Radiohead as "rock's last great hope."
A preview of "There There" can be seen at what the band calls its "online TV station," at, http://radiohead.tv/.