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10 Things We Learned From Spike Lee's New Michael Jackson Doc

5 February 2016 6:26 AM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Michael Jackson made bigger records than Off the Wall, but he arguably never made a better one — the album's masterful fusion of funk, disco, pop and Quiet Storm R&B captures the singer at his most effervescent. A deluxe edition of the record arrives February 26th, accompanied by a new documentary, Michael Jackson's Journey From Motown to Off the Wall, helmed by Spike Lee, who also directed a movie about the 25th anniversary of Bad. From Motown to Off the Wall premiered at Sundance in January, and it airs on Showtime February 5th. »

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The Man Who Fell To Earth has finally gone home and we look back at David Bowie's beautiful life

11 January 2016 3:15 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

When I was not much older than my oldest son is now, either fourth or fifth grade, the older girl next door who spent several years slowly initiating me to both the secret worlds of rock'n'roll and kissing, thus assuring those things would forever be linked in my mind, played me one of the many 45s she kept in a big giant carry-around box with the Rolling Stone lips on the cover. This one, she assured me, was "mind-blowing." She was right. The first time I heard "Space Oddity," it felt like I lifted off the ground with that countdown, infinity in endless mandala opening above me, as that strange voice, so thin at times, so powerful at others, sang with such longing, such powerful desire to both reach back to a humanity left behind and rocket on into whatever cosmic possibilities lay ahead. I must have played that record »

- Drew McWeeny

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Video: Nine Actors Whose Careers Got a Big Boost from Quentin Tarantino

6 January 2016 12:40 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

What jumps to mind when you hear the phrase "Quentin Tarantino movie"? Hyperviolence? A bunch of different B-movies pastiched into something new? A lot of dialogue with a lot of bad language? That one "F" word in particular? Any of those could be right, but there's another thing many of Tarantino's movies have in common: a big, meaty role for an actor who's maybe in need of a career boost. In the case of the Tarantino movie currently in theaters, The Hateful Eight, the role is that of Daisy Domergue, a wily, foul-mouthed criminal played by Jennifer Jason Leigh. Now Leigh hasn't been without work. »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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John Travolta and Barry Gibb Pay Tribute to Grease and Saturday Night Fever Producer Robert Stigwood

5 January 2016 5:00 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

John Travolta and Barry Gibb have paid tribute to Robert Stigwood. The longtime manager of the Bee Gees and Eric Clapton died at 81, it was announced Monday. Travolta, who starred in Stigwood's productions Saturday Night Fever and Grease, expressed his condolences telling People, "Robert changed the world and only for the better and he was certainly important to my career. His legacy lives on and he will forever be remembered." The Australian-born producer's death was announced by his godson and Robin Gibb's son Spencer on Facebook. "I would like to share the sad news with you all, that my godfather, »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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John Travolta and Barry Gibb Pay Tribute to Grease and Saturday Night Fever Producer Robert Stigwood

5 January 2016 5:00 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

John Travolta and Barry Gibb have paid tribute to Robert Stigwood. The longtime manager of the Bee Gees and Eric Clapton died at 81, it was announced Monday. Travolta, who starred in Stigwood's productions Saturday Night Fever and Grease, expressed his condolences telling People, "Robert changed the world and only for the better and he was certainly important to my career. His legacy lives on and he will forever be remembered." The Australian-born producer's death was announced by his godson and Robin Gibb's son Spencer on Facebook. "I would like to share the sad news with you all, that my godfather, »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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Robert Stigwood dead at 81; The Legendary producer of Grease, Saturday Night Fever

5 January 2016 12:37 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Robert Stigwood dead at 81: The Australian born entrepreneur produced film musicals Saturday Night Fever and Grease. Robert Stigwood dead at 81

Robert Stigwood, the producer of 1970s hits Saturday Night Fever and Grease, has died at the age of 81. The Australian also produced a number of successful musicals, and guided the career of the Bee Gees and the solo career of Eric Clapton.

On stage, Stigwood produced the stage musicals Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar, as well as Evita, Sweeney Todd and Pippin, along with film musicals Jesus Christ Superstar, Tommy and Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Spencer Gibb, son of Bee Gees member Robin wrote on his official Facebook page:

I would like to share the sad news with you all, that my godfather, and the longtime manager of my family, Robert Stigwood, has passed away. A creative genius with a very quick and dry wit, Robert »

- Paul Heath

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Robert Stigwood, Bee Gees Manager and Film Producer, Dead at 81

4 January 2016 7:46 PM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Robert Stigwood, manager of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame groups like Cream and the Bee Gees and producer of films like Saturday Night Fever and Grease, passed away. Stigwood was 81. Spencer Gibb, the son of Bee Gees' Robin Gibb and Stigwood's godson, was the first to confirm Stigwood's death, Reuters reports. No cause of death was given.

"A creative genius with a very quick and dry wit, Robert was the driving force behind The Bee Gees career, as well as having discovered Cream, and subsequently managing Eric Clapton, »

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Robert Stigwood, Former Bee Gees Manager, Dead at 81

4 January 2016 6:43 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Robert Stigwood, a former music manager for the Bee Gees and Cream, died on Monday. He was 81. The Australian entrepreneur and impresario produced films including “Saturday Night Fever,” “Grease,” “Gallipoli,” “Staying Alive,” “Tommy” and “Evita.” He also introduced theatrical productions such as “Hair” and “Jesus Christ Superstar” to audiences Down Under. Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Stigwood moved to England in 1954 and went on to partner with Cream in the mid-1960s, producing the supergroup’s debut album “Fresh Cream” in 1966. Also Read: Craig Strickland, Backroad Anthem Singer, Found Dead at 29 After Oklahoma Storm He continued to work with Cream »

- Debbie Emery

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Robert Stigwood, ‘Grease’ & ‘Saturday Night Fever’ Producer, Dies at 81

4 January 2016 6:17 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Rock opera and disco impresario Robert Stigwood, who produced “Grease” and “Saturday Night Fever” and managed the Bee Gees, died Jan. 4 at 81. Stigwood also produced Broadway shows including “Jesus Christ Superstar” and “Evita.”

Spencer Gibb, the son of Bee Gee Robin Gibb, confirmed the news on Facebook.

“I would like to thank Robert for his kindness to me over the years as well as his mentorship to my family. ‘Stiggy,’ you will be missed,” he wrote.

Born in Australia, Stigwood moved to England and launched a theatrical management agency, soon turning to music. He managed hit bands Cream and the Bee Gees during the late 1960s and early ’70s, and then started producing for Broadway.

Jesus Christ Superstar,” the first show from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, was a huge Broadway hit in 1971. He also produced the 1973 film version. The vogue for “rock operas” continued with the 1975 film “Tommy, »

- Variety Staff

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Robert Stigwood Dies: Produced ‘Grease’, ‘Saturday Night Fever’ & Broadway Classics

4 January 2016 5:18 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Robert Stigwood, the former music manager who produced the highest-grossing film musical in Hollywood history — Grease — along with Saturday Night Fever, Tommy and Broadway shows including Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita, has died. He was 81. Stigwood managed the Bee Gees during their heyday, and Robin Gibb’s son confirmed the news on Facebook. He called Stigwood “a creative genius with a very quick and dry wit.” Born on April 16, 1934 in Adelaide, Stigwood relocated to… »

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