CHEESE IT! IT'S THE WEEKEND PHOTO GALLERY

Hey kids! We've got just what your weekend needs: A rehash of photos we recently ran on our site! It's just the sort of easily digestible, phoned-in content you've come to expect from us—with an additional dose of Saturday lethargy!

In this soon-to-be-legendary pic, visionary filmmaker Martin Scorsese celebrates the premiere of his acclaimed feature Killers of the Flower Moon with music-biz macher Tommy Mottola. Rumors that Marty rejected the idea of a film about Sony in the '90s because it would be "too violent" could not be confirmed at press time. Later, there was cannoli.

John Lennon re-evaluates the notion of personal space during this intimate tableau with a young Lenny Beer, part of our "nostalgic" pictorial noting the new track featuring all four Beatles as well as a new Rolling Stones record and Taylor Swift's re-recorded 1989. Remember when we posted that? Those were the days.

Did someone mention the Stones? Here's Ronnie Wood with Hackney Diamonds producer Andrew Watt at a special pop-up store selling fabulous Stones merch. Nobody bought us anything.

At Hollywood's Bourbon Room, HITS President Karen Glauber was joyously reunited with Warner's Green Day—whose records she has touted since the Dookie days—and reminded the Crush-repped trio of when they first met, out by the FedEx truck. Seen wondering where the time goes are (l-r) Mike Dirnt, Glauber, Billie Joe Armstrong and Tré Cool. Looking for a longer and even less funny version of this caption? Go here.


Speaking of Green Day, the band played at Amazon Music Live in L.A., and Warner execs were lured into a photo op with HITS staffers. "Get me the hell out of this, Mike," Warner Records co-Chairman/COO Tom Corson discreetly texted to EVP Promotion and Commerce Mike Chester. "Who are these people?" Chester, as ever, replied, "New phone. Who dis?" Seen just before asking Alexa for another round of mojitos are (l-r) Warner's Ben Farber, Chester, Corson and HITS' Jesse MacMillan and Nicole Ghapgharan.


Guitar god Tom Morello visited Van Nuys High School in support of the music-education nonprofit Music Will, which is easily the best thing that's happened to the San Fernando Valley since HITS moved its offices to Hollywood.

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Unless the Senate manages to make this whole thing go away, that is.
THE NEW HUGE COUNTRY ACT
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TRUMP'S CAMPAIGN PLAYLIST
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