Miles Davis

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[WATCH] There's a Fresh New Trailer for 'Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool'

The highly anticipated Stanley Nelson documentary about the jazz legend will screen in select theaters starting in late August.

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3 Questions with 'Miles Davis' Documentarian Stanley Nelson

The filmmaker talks about his new project, “Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool,” which explores the musician’s life and impact on Black culture.

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Q-Tip to Play Miles Davis in Nelson George's New Stage Production

“My Funny Valentine” depicts the jazz pioneer in the early 1980s.

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Wake Up and Wind Down With President Obama's New Two-Part Spotify Playlist

The playlist, curated for day and night, features artists as varied as Jidenna, Esperanza Spalding and Billie Holiday. 

Watch Don Cheadle Break Down This 'Miles Ahead' Scene

“Miles Ahead” hits select theaters across the country today. Cheadle sat down with The New York Times for an insider’s look at a key scene.

Here's a New 'Miles Ahead' Clip to Finish Off Your Afternoon

Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic opens in theaters on April 1.  

WATCH The Stunning New Trailer for Don Cheadle's 'Miles Ahead'

Cheadle’s directorial debut arrives in theaters April 1. 

Sony Pictures Thinks Miles Davis Biopic Is About an 'Iconic Singer'

The Don Cheadle-helmed biopic was picked up by Sony Pictures Classic, which labeled the trailblazing trumpeter, songwriter and genre-bender as an “iconic singer.” 

Don Cheadle's Miles Davis Biopic to Close Out New York Film Festival

Cheadle directed, co-wrote, and stars in the film as the iconic and troubled trumpeter and composer. 

Will the James Brown Biopic Truly Capture the Godfather of Soul?

The new James Brown film is one of a handful that revisit the legacies of pioneering African-American musicians. But will their political legacies be sanitized in the process?

Don Cheadle Thanks Fans For Making His Miles Davis Project Happen

“Miles Ahead” is finally in production.