I. Am. So. Excited.
I cannot even put into words how amazing this is.
However, I can assure you that I am counting down the milliseconds until this bad boy is released on Dec. 17.
Please, take a moment to collect yourself before reading on.
At $150 a pop, you’ll secure your fangirl/fanboy status while simultaneously kissing your paycheck goodbye. Take a look though, because like I said, they’re fantastic:
If you haven’t seen the likes of “The Exorcist,” “Freddy vs. Jason,” “Halloween” or “Hostel,” you have been warned.
However, this five minute clip is all one take and has probably the fastest dialogue I’ve ever heard. So you’ll want to watch it.
Literally. Check out her new video for “Firework” below:
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In an interview with The L.A. Times’ Hero Complex, Christopher Nolan revealed the title of his final Batman film: “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Nolan also shot down rumors that the villain of the story would be The Riddler, but confirmed nothing else. He did state that the movie would not be in 3D (thank the high heavens) but he is currently in talks with IMAX.
“We’ll use many of the same characters as we have all along, and we’ll be introducing some new ones,” Nolan said.
However, he wouldn’t give any details whatsoever as to who the villain will be.
“The Dark Knight Rises” is scheduled for release on July 20, 2010.
Only four days until my very favorite day of the year!
In honor of All Hollow’s Eve, I give you “Keepin’ Halloween Alive” by Alice Cooper.
It seems like a good 90 percent of the population will be dressing up as Lady Gaga or a member of “Jersey Shore” this Halloween.
I myself will be avoiding both trends like the plague, but I might incorporate some pop culture into my celebrations in a different way: with pumpkins.
Pop culture pumpkins are a nice change from the plain ol’ jack-o-lantern and much more creative.
Check out some cool (and not so cool) ones here:
Pro: The Death Star from Star Wars
Con: Death to democracy, a.k.a Sarah Palin
Pro: Iron Man!
Pro: Ridiculously talented musicians, R.I.P.
Con: “Musicians” who owe their careers to 12-year-olds ’round the world
Pretty in Pink, Gilmore Girls and the Scream cast are among those featured, but most importantly: Debra Messing and Eric McCormack from Will and Grace.
I was obsessed with Will and Grace a few years ago and this reminder totally makes me miss the show.
Check out part of their reunion here:
If you read this blog regularly, you’ve probably caught on that Wakey!Wakey! is my favorite band.
Allow me to further educate you on this Brooklyn group at its finest.
The following video is of the band covering Yeasayer’s “Ambling Alp.” It features a lot more people than just Mike and his band–it’s a huge jam sesh with friends and in a word, it’s amazing.
Check it out for yourself!
I have been waiting for this trailer for months. Like literally, six months.
“Blue Valentine” follows a married couple, Dean (Ryan Gosling) and Cindy (Michelle Williams), and the evolution of their relationship over the span of a few years.
You may be thinking “ho-hum, another movie about relationships. Boring.”
Think again. The film was highlighted at three different film festivals this year: Cannes, Sundance and Toronto. AKA the only ones that matter.
If you don’t believe me, check out the trailer for yourself:
The only downfall of the film? The latest buzz is that it will be receiving an NC-17 rating, meaning it won’t be widely released in theaters. Please, shield your children’s eyes everyone! Ryan Gosling playing the ukulele!? OH NO.
If ya’ll can go see “Twilight” in public, you can bet I’m going to see “Blue Valentine” in theaters, NC-17 rating or not.