Surely, all we really have to say are the words Duran Duran and David Lynch to get your tails wagging, but if you'd like a real treat, you might want to watch the crux between the director and musical group: the concert film, Duran Duran: Unstaged, directed by Lynch. The film premiered at MoMA and was live-streamed on MoMA.org last Monday, November 4th. It features, of course, the iconic British rock band, Duran Duran, in concert at the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles on March 23, 2011, during the All You Need Is Now world tour. The performance was originally streamed live on YouTube as part of an on-going web-based concert series sponsored by American Express that pairs music artists with Hollywood directors. This is the first Web-originated project to be featured in The Contenders. In the film, the band performs 18 songs, including "Hungry Like the Wolf," "A View to a Kill," "Ordinary World," and "Rio," alongside tracks from their most recent studio album.