Yup. Yup, I’m ready for this movie.
So we still have no idea what this movie is about. And Damon Lindelof is like, rubbing his nads and being like “Yeah, yeah…mystery. Oh yeah. Keep ’em guessing. Yeah.”
Here we go! We’ve been getting legitimate Super Bowl trailers the past couple of days. No teasers of trailer teasers?! But thankfully Tomorrowland has stepped up.
Here’s the first teaser trailer for Tomorrowland. And goddamn it — I don’t want to like it. I want to pry apart my cynical butt cheeks and spew textual scat-bile over Damon Lindelof’s smug face. I want to. But fuck if this first trailer didn’t intrigue me. Ah fuck. I guess I’ll just wait for the actual movie to let me down. And even if I do like it, I’ll just accredit that to the talented Brad Bird behind the camera. YOU CAN’T WIN WITH ME LINDELOF, YOU CAN’T.
Looks like momentum is picking up on the Hail Caesar! front. The Coen Brothers’ have cast two faces familiar to their enterprises to hold it down in the upcoming flick. And frankly the amount of bonerfiying sexiness between the two of them may break me.
We’ve got more details regarding the next Coen Brothers’ flick, Hail Caesar. The film is about a Hollywood fixer during the height of the studio system up in the Woods of Holly. As is the case with any Coen Brothers movie, I am dribbling with interest.
That movie the Coen Brothers were spitting about that takes place in Ancient Rome may be coming more into focus. Or not. I don’t know. There is a script called Hail Caesar. There is talk of a movie talking place in ancient Rome. Are the same script? Greater minds than me are unsure.
[face of a franchise presents two individuals that’ve fulfilled the same role. your task — choose the better of the two and defend your choice in the rancor pit that is the comments section]
During my time as a passenger aboard Spaceship Earth, six live-action Batman films have been produced. Spanning across nineteen years, these movies have seen four different actors wearing the cowl, each offering their own take on the Dark Knight. As viewers, we’ve been incredibly privileged to see such different interpretations of a classic superhero.
But alas, only two of these thespians’ performances are worthy enough to engage in a fight to the death.