Muse members Matt Bellamy and Dominic Howard sat down for a quick video chat about their musical contributions to the film World War Z, and we have it for you right here. Check it out, and as you head out for some weekend fun, remember... World War Z is in theatres now!
Following the global premiere of World War Z, British rock band Muse performed live from Horse Guards Parade Grounds, St. James' Park, and we've got footage of the event and more. Check it out!
Ever since we heard that remixed version of "Shrinking Universe" in the trailer for 28 Weeks Later years ago, we knew that if anyone could possibly give a dramatic score to the zombie apocalypse, it would be MUSE. If you agree, then you MUST read on!
The infamous director of Murder Set Pieces, Nick Palumbo, is back with a new feature he's hoping will not cause the same kind of controversy as his last. Read on for the first details of his latest flick entitled Muse.
As reported previously, Muse's "Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever)" is to be the first single off the soundtrack from The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and today the video, directed by Anthony Mandler, hit the Internet. Coincidentally, Mandler is attached to direct the vampire film Vlad for Summit.
What a difference a few months make. Despite the fact that Muse drummer Dominic Howard told fans in March that "for this film it’s not going to happen", the band is indeed going to appear on the soundtrack for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
As The Twilight Saga: Eclipse fans anxiously await their first viewing of the film's trailer before Robert Pattinson's new flick Remember Me next Friday, March 12th, there are some things going on behind the scenes that might give them pause: A new editor is being brought on board, and a song by Muse, a band that has provided material for both previous installments in the series, has been dropped from the soundtrack.