Hi and welcome to another addition of 405 News giving you the lastest in music, art and entertainment. Today's roundup features U2's Bono, Brendan Fraser, the original bad girl of rock and is Clooney really returning to ER? Keep reading and let's hope it's a fantastic comic relief. U2's BONO: I AM OVERFED AND OVERPAID This comment from the U2 Frontman started because he wanted to speak out against piracy. This comes after their new album was leaked online before its actual release. But he also felt the need to mention that he is not leading this fight against piracy as it is wrong for rich rock stars to ask for more money. Despite this he felt that it would be right to fight against piracy as it is not good for the music business. BRENDAN FRASER FILMS FOR JOURNEY TO THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH 2 This sequel will not be based on the original Jules Verne story and will not actually feature any journey to the centre of the earth. Instead, it will include elements of Verne’s Mysterious Island, Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island and Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, thus predicting a theory that all three stories took place on the same island. Sounds a bit too complicated but I guess we'll just have to wait and see. MARIANNE FAITHFULL, MICK JAGGER'S EX'S STORY SET FOR THE BIG SCREEN Faithfull, now 62, has allowed a film about her eventful life to be made from her autobiography, released in 1994. Marianne, once a victim of heroin and homelessness says that she does not want a say in which actress plays herself. She says that as long as she reads the script she will be happy. At the age of just 17, she was discovered by the Rolling Stones' Manager and had a number of hits during the 1960's. Faithfull had inspired Rolling Stones' hits such as Let's Spend the Night Together and You Can't Always Get What You Want. Her latest album, Easy Come, Easy Go, features guests including Keith Richards, Rufus Wainwright, Jarvis Cocker and Nick Cave, and is released in the UK on Monday. GEORGE CLOONEY: HIS FINAL RETURN TO ER Last night, in the US, viewers saw Clooney return to ER for a final time together with other past members, before the show ends.This drama originally began in 1994, and has been the mainstay of NBC's Thursday night schedule for 15 seasons. End of a Millenium, really.