Unless he's caught in a trap and can't walk out, it looks like 'The Great Gatsby' director Baz Luhrmann will be directing a film about the life of Elvis Presley, though it's unknown how much of the king of Rock and Roll's life the film will cover.
In today's hunka hunka burnin' rumors, rapper Kanye West may or may not be in talks to buy Graceland, the Memphis home of the late King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Presley. (Even though Presley recorded a generation or so earlier than most of the artists we cover at Ultimate Classic Rock, his influence on many of these artists we cover is undeniable.)
It's often been said that death can be the ultimate career move. But for our most iconic celebrities, the money can keep rolling into their estate long after they've gone. A new list from Forbes tracks the top-earning dead celebrities, with some classic rockers placing high on the list.
There's a reason Bruce Springsteen is called "The Boss!" His latest project "Wrecking Ball," sold 196,00 copies
during its first week of release, becoming the 10th #1 album for the New Jersery rock legend, tying him for third place with Elvis Presley on the list of artists with the most chart-topping billboard albums behind The Beatles with 19 and Jay-Z with 12.