The Daily Gamecock

From Game to Cock: John Mellencamp, Paul McCartney, 'Dark Knight Rises'


The Mix breaks down everything you need to know about arts & entertainment this week

 

John Mellencamp, Stephen King set start date for musical

“Ghost Brothers of Darkland County” is slated to premiere April 2012 in Atlanta. We can’t help but say that this collaboration “Hurts So Good.”


 

 

Paul McCartney appears on Steve Martin’s second release

The Beatles icon joins the Dixie Chicks on the funnyman’s “Rare Bird Alert.” Clearly, “Cheaper by the Dozen 2” is still pulling in the big names.

 

“Dark Knight Rises” to shoot in Pittsburgh

Women need Batman to save them from Ben Roethlisberger.

 

Glenn Beck departing Fox News

Whether he quit or was fired, one thing’s for sure: He’s going to cry on air.

 

Tina Fey pregnant with second child

Good thing the “Baby Mama” has her game on lock.

 

“Jersey Shore” cast members score spin-offs

Snooki, JWoww and DJ Pauly D will star in their own MTV shows next year. Is it too early to call “grenade”?

 

Charlie Sheen booed off stage in Detroit

Turns out he has problems organizing a live show. This is why Twitter’s 140-character limit works for him.

 

Emerson College staging “Human Centipede: The Musical”

The seam-splitting horror film is sure to make for the perfect onstage family outing. Don’t forget to stock up on snacks for this treat of a production.


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