Casting Call

Casting the Mode
There are few bigger bands in the world than Depeche Mode, the British synth-rock outfit formed back in 1980 and still going strong three decades later. The trio -- singer Dave Gahan, guitarist-keyboarist Martin Gore and keyboardist Andy Fletcher -- just released its 13th studio album, 'Delta Machine,' and is gearing up for a lengthy world tour, the North American leg of which kicks off Aug. 22 in
Casting Call
The Black Keys' rise from humble Akron, Ohio, garage duo to Grammy-grabbing, arena-rocking, platinum rock stars has been a gradual one -- with no shortage of headline-worthy moments. In other words, it's perfect fodder for the big screen...
Casting Call: Yeah Yeah Yeahs
There's no doubt about it: The story behind the music of New York hipsters the Yeah Yeah Yeahs is such a damn cool one, it would make a great Hollywood biopic. The real question: If Karen O and the boys were to hit the big screen, who would play them? Each member has such an original, one-of-a-kind look that it's not an easy to cast people to play them, but after thinking long and hard, this is wh
Green Day: Casting Call
Green Day have made a pair of documentaries and produced their own Broadway musical, and recently, they even announced plans to premiere a documentary about producing their own Broadway show. About the only thing left for the veteran punk trio to do is to be the subject of a big-screen, feature-length biopic. Sounds awesome as f---, but who would play Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool?
Casting Call: Who Should Play the White Stripes In a Movie?
The White Stripes may have officially called it quits last year, but the music of the Detroit-based garage duo -- singer-guitarist Jack White and drummer Meg White -- will always live on. So will the band's unforgettable story, and the best way to tell that tale would be to make a feature film about the pair...