One of the more hotly anticipated new series debuting in 2015 is “Better Call Saul,” the spin-off/prequel to the critically beloved and audience adored “Breaking Bad.” Charting the unsteady rise of slippery criminal attorney Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), the series was co-created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, who, for some reason, decided to also write a song-length jingle for the series. The results are below… and incredibly catchy. “The Song,” performed by Junior Brown and featuring some amazing “Better Call Saul” iconography from the “Breaking Bad” series (including the spinning sign and flailing balloon man), also is interspersed with some new footage from the forthcoming series (debuting in February 2015)
Posts Tagged ‘trailers’
When it comes to unexplainable creepiness, dolls are right up there with innocent, towheaded children and small towns where no one locks their doors. That’s probably why people are hot to trot to see ” Annabelle ,” the kinda sorta spin-off of ” The Conjuring ” that opened last night to the tune of $2.1 million. There’s nothing scarier than something you love gain consciousness, turn evil, and try to kill you and everyone you’ve ever loved. Especially a beloved toy like Woody, from ” Toy Story .” He’s the best friend you could ever have, right? He’s like a cooler, nicer, less bigoted version of John Wayne! He’s adorable! Except it seems like he’s been hanging out with Annabelle, that tiny monstrosity we first saw in “The Conjuring.” She was just another evil freaking doll locked up in Ed and Lorraine Warren’s special room dedicated to demonically possessed stuff back then
The only thing ” Star Wars ” fans love more than parsing J. J. Abrams ‘s Twitter feed for spoilers is “Star Wars” toys. If you were a kid in the ’70s and early ’80s without your own light saber or Han Solo figurine, well, recess was probably not your favorite part of the school day.
For a year in cinema so full of stuff (zooming spaceships, transforming robots, talking raccoons), it has noticeably lacking in one department: the kind of ceaseless joy that is only brought about by a new Pixar movie. When the studio decided to push their summer 2014 movie “The Good Dinosaur” (which, from what we understand, is shaping up nicely) to November of next year, it meant that the movie landscape was missing a Pixar feature for the first time since the year plus long gap between “The Incredibles” and “Cars.” All of this makes the June 19 th , 2015 bow of “Inside Out,” the studio’s newest feature, even more important and highly anticipated. And judging by the teaser trailer, it’s worth the wait. The trailer is flawless; a soaring, occasionally heartbreaking ode to the studio’s history and a look at the bold future that’s just ahead. It runs down the emotions that define the studio’s films – Joy (Dug jumping around saying “oh boy” from “Up”) through Sadness (good luck not tearing up when Woody says “So long, partner”) before taking us on a tour of where those emotions come from (to the tune of Aerosmith’s “Sweet Emotion,” no less)
If you’re a diehard spoiler freak, the latest ” Interstellar ” trailer is for you. Okay, it doesn’t really give a whole lot away — it’s still, like, totally cosmic and mysterious — but if you want to go in blind, well, this isn’t the way to do it. Once again, we’ve got the dusty-looking Earth, which will be pretty much toast in another generation or so, at least according to MIchael Caine’s character. Then we’ve got Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway in a space ship headed out into..
The next season of ” American Horror Story ” is so close we can nearly taste it. This is the first eyeful we’ve gotten of the denizens of Jupiter, FL., and it is a doozy. It starts with a snooty rich guy whom we presume to be Dandy Mott (Finn Wittrock) demanding, “Where are the freaks? I’m getting bored!” As the show starts, he whispers, ” Freaks! ” in a very creepy, toothy way while his mother Gloria ( Frances Conroy ) looks on in disgust
The time for ” Gone Girl ” draws nigh, but most of us plebes have to wait another week to see the David Fincher thriller. Until then, let us enjoy this brief clip of Nick ( Ben Affleck ) and Amy ( Rosamund Pike ) meeting for the first time at someone’s lame party, where they trade some pithy quips over beer. Amy dodges and parries while Nick charms and cajoles, and it’s all just a little bit too clever and fast-talking in that way that smart and smarmy New Yorke writers have of flirting. It’s just 35 seconds of “Gone Girl” glory, but maybe if you watch it on a loop for 2 hours while listening to the score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, you can pretend that October 3 rd is already here. [Via Yahoo !]
Watch Chris Hemsworth Play the Coolest, Hottest-Looking Computer Nerd in History in the New Trailer for ‘Blackhat’ (VIDEO)
Chris Hemsworth might be the most handsome man in the world. We saw him recently and he quite literally towers over mere mortals. There’s a reason he was cast as the Asgardian savior Thor; he really is a demigod.
Disney’s newest animated film, “Big Hero 6,” is going to be amazing. Like super-duper, blow-you-into-the-back-of-your-theater-chair amazing. We were out at Disney Animation Studio a few weeks ago and got the entire rundown of the film, which concerns a young tech wizard named Hiro (Ryan Potter) who, after his brother dies, inherits a robotic helper named Baymax (Scott Adsit) that his brother designed and built, and from everything we’ve seen and heard about, it’s going to be another next-level triumph for Disney’s rejuvenated animation division. And after watching this new trailer, you’ll agree too
The highlight of this summer’s “X-Men: Days of Future Past” was undoubtedly the sequence involving Quicksilver (played by “American Horror Story” star Evan Peters) breaking Magneto (Michael Fassbender) out of a maximum-security prison. It was playful and light and totally comic book-y, in a way that the rest of the movie was decidedly not . The scene also felt like a true feat of movie magic, something that couldn’t be accomplished without a whole bunch of talented artists and technicians working at the absolute top of their game. And thanks to a new behind-the-scenes featurette (likely included in the film’s forthcoming home video release), you get a peek at how that magic was accomplished.