With the Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome movie role in 1985, Tina had a #2 hit with its theme, We Don't Need Another Hero.
Her next album Break Every Rule, with the hit Typical Male, did break ever rule, with over 180k people attending her legendary concert at the Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro on 16/01/1988 and landing her in the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest paying audience for a single artist.
After 1989's Foreign Affair, and 1996's Wildest Dreams, the Twenty Four Seven album was supported by the sold out and 2000's highest-grossing tour.
After retiring from stadium stages in 2009, Tina became involved in Beyond Musik, a collaboration with music therapist Regula Curti and mantric singer Dechen Shak-Dagsay. Their 4th album, Awakening, featured the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra recorded at Abbey Road London. In 2014 Warner Music launched Love Songs, a collection of romantic solo material.
Tina's next project was her personal involvement in TINA, The Tina Turner Musical, launched in London in 2018, which explores her legendary life with a new stage for her signature songs.