Manson's own gallery, The Celebritarian Corporation Gallery Of Fine Art, opened tonight, Halloween, in Los Angeles, California. I don't know any more details yet but in the meantime, his artwork is on the official site: MarilynManson.com artwork section
It's also still right here on MMI: Manson's watercolours
On American TV, MM's first performance of their cover version of 'This Is Halloween' is shown on 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno'. This was recorded previously so that Manson could attend the opening of his own art gallery.
As part of MySpace's 'Artist on Artist' video series, Marilyn Manson has a sit down with 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' songwriter, Danny Elfman.
Artist on Artist video
IGN.com is another link you could try.
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas 3D film premiered at the El Capitan theater in Hollywood last night. Manson was there.
18 October 2006
Marilyn Manson are contributing to the new Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack. Their cover version of 'This Is Halloween' can be listened to at:
Nightmare Before Christmas on MySpace
Punk News have more info about the film itself.
Last night - 7th October - Marilyn Manson introduced Ozzy Osbourne, at the first ever Spike TV Scream Awards held at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Ozzy received the 'Immortal Rock Award'. The award show itself pays homage to the genres of horror, sci-fi and fantasy, as well as comic book culture.
Fansites Manson PL and Mansonnew have some photos.
Dita was in Paris for Fashion Week, if you wondered.
Marilyn Manson are to perform on 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno' on 31st October. They'll play their cover version of 'This Is Halloween.' This song will also be on a two-disc reissue of the soundtrack for The Nightmare Before Christmas, due out on 24th October.
Source: MTV news
They describe it as Manson's 'debut' on the show but perhaps they mean 'performance debut' since he appeared there in October 2002 when the Guns God and Government video/DVD was released.
Marilyn Manson is to launch his own version of the alcoholic drink Absinthe. He quipped that 'We hope to have it out in time for Christmas so parents can give it to their kids as a present.'
Can I just say here that absinthe was never banned in the UK, but the article I'm linking to below says it was.
Source: PR inside