Either Hell has frozen over or the executive team at Netflix does not realize Adam Sandler continued making films after Click, but whatever the case, a groundbreaking deal has just been made that will allow Sandler to make four new films for the popular streaming service. Announced today, Netflix has entered into an agreement with […]
Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe acquired a book deal for the untitled memoir he is writing. The memoir will find its way onto bookshelves next year. Blythe will undoubtedly be focusing on his imprisonment overseas as the result of the death of a concert attendee at a 2010 show. Read a statement from Randy […]
Trap producer Baauer is still riding high from the enormous internet success of his popular “Harlem Shake” visuals / parodies and now has struck a unique distribution with Warner Bros. The label plans on teaming up with Baauer’s Mad Decent to distribute the song via Warner Bros across a number of platforms. “Harlem Shake” was […]
The Used have announced the creation of their own quasi-label, Anger Music Group, and signed a distribution deal with Hopeless Records. News of these moves first broke this morning via an interview Used frontman Bert McCracken with Alternative Press. In the interview, McCracken explains the situation as follows: “…instead of starting a label, we’re starting […]
As if Adam Sandler and the rest of Happy Madison haven’t learned from their mistakes in 2011 (AKA Bucky Larson and Jack & Jill), a new Hollywood headline has UTG starting to think they have actually gone insane. Variety is reporting that Sandler’s production company (Happy Madison) is in talks with Grown Ups writer (and […]
Video games aren’t for everyone, but they’re definitely a second passion for most the UTG staff. One of this season’s biggest games, Dead Island has just been acquired by Lionsgate and it seems the most obvious adaptation in video game history is now one step closer to being a reality. According to an article on […]
The Devil Wears Prada have newly announced that Roadrunner Records will be their worldwide label, excluding North America. They will still release their fourth album on September 12 through Ferret/Roadrunner Records.
According to THIS INTERVIEW from Alter The Press, Silverstein will be ending their relationship with Victory records, their home for nearly every release, in 2010: ATP: Will the next record be on Victory Records? PK: It will not. ATP: Is there another label in the works already? PK: Not yet, we are just finishing our […]