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Chris Cornell is leaving rock group Audioslave, citing "irresolvable personality conflicts as well as musical differences."
Michael Jackson plans a performance of his classic song "Thriller" at the World Music Awards next week, organizers said Wednesday Nov 8th, 2006.
Chris Cornell, lead singer of Audioslave, is set to sing the theme song for the new James Bond film "Casino Royale".
Jonathan Mostow has been tapped to direct "Sub-Mariner" for Universal Pictures.
Sony Pictures Classic has obtained the North America and Latin America rights to Anand Tucker's new drama of "And When Did You Last See Your Father?."
Beyonce's "B'Day" celebrated its birth in stores by debuting atop the album charts, selling a massive 541,000 copies.
Audioslave will release the third album, "Revelations", Sept. 5 via Epic.
Rock quartet Audioslave is heading a quick return to the studio to begin preparing for an extensive fall tour of North America
Audioslave's album "Out of Exile" has become the sixth rock album in a row to debut at number one on Billboard's album chart in as many weeks
Audioslave plans to play a free Friday night performance at La Tribune in Havana, Cuba