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The News Sex Pistols members in legal battle over Danny Boyle's biopic series, Pistol

Steve Jones and Paul Cook are reportedly suing John Lydon in order to allow the use of their songs in Danny Boyle’s Sex Pistols biopic series, Pistol.

Features 10 must-watch rock biopics that you won't be able to look away from

A run-through of the 10 most compelling biopics from the world of rock’n’roll, filled with sex, drugs and, um, wild factual inaccuracies…

Features The story of British punk in 23 songs

From the filth and fury of the Sex Pistols through the extremity of Discharge to the snot-nosed chaos of Gallows, this is the story of British punk in (almost) chronological order…

The News Check out the first look at Danny Boyle's Sex Pistols biopic TV series

Get a glimpse at Pistol, the upcoming Sex Pistols biopic TV series directed by Danny Boyle.

Features The 15 most outrageous punk moments to ever happen on TV

We go back through television history to find the craziest, most dangerous punk rock moments of all time

Features 12 songs about serial killers

From Ed Gein to Richard Ramirez, some of history’s most notorious serial killers have been immortalised in rock and metal songs

The News Danny Boyle to direct new six-episode Sex Pistols biopic series, Pistol

Sex Pistols biopic Pistol is based on Steve Jones’ 2018 memoir Lonely Boy, and heads into production in March.

Features The 40 best punk albums since Never Mind The Bollocks…

A year-by-year walk through of the 40 best albums since the release of Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols in 1977.

Features Why Steve Jones Was The Coolest Sex Pistol

Johnny Rotten might’ve been the face of the Sex Pistols, here’s why Steve Jones was actually their coolest member

The News A Sex Pistols Biopic Is In The Works

Punk icons the Sex Pistols are following Queen and Mötley Crüe by getting their own biopic.

Features In Defence Of John Lydon: Without Him, Punk Wouldn't Exist

John Lydon, we salute you — the Sex Pistols man became the face of punk