John Carpenter, who is currently at work on a new 'Halloween' project, has already said he's a fan this new update.
Nine Inch Nails ringleader Trent Reznor eyes a timely release for a reworking of John Carpenter's classic horror film classic, "Halloween."
On Sept. 21, 1999, after years and years of painstaking effort, Nine Inch Nails unveiled their masterpiece, 'The Fragile,' to the world.
The duo's famously fractured relationship is on the mend — and making new music together in the future apparently isn't out of the question.
The Academy Award-winning team of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have created the music for a 10-part PBS series co-directed by Ken Burns.
Trent Reznor has made a career of being blunt and honest, and that extends to his political views.
The first EP in this series, 'Not the Actual Events,' dropped last December.
Todd Rundgren, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have created an environmentally themed song, "Deaf Ears."
Mysterious and perpetually buzzed-about artist Banksy has launched a piano bar that treats guests to original music from artists such as Trent Reznor and Flea.
Trent Reznor discussed a pair of soundtracks and the possibility of a new Nine Inch Nails record by the end of 2016.