Spongebob Squarpants is getting his very own major motion picture movie next year and for the occasion, Pharrell managed to stage a reunion of N.E.R.D. so that they could create new music for the film’s soundtrack. The original song Squeeze Me by N.E.R.D. has been made available today and as you can hear below, it’s a pretty infectious earworm that will likely live inside your brain until the end of time. Have you ever wondered what a mixture of Pharrell, N.E.R.D. and Spongebob might sound like? Click below and find out. More »
After a very lazy day and night at home on Monday, I decided that I needed to get out of house to do … something. I have been itching to see a movie for some time now but I’ve been waiting for the slew of new movies set to open on Xmas Day. At the last minute, like an hour before, I learned that the Arclight Theater in Hollywood was showing the 1983 movie A Christmas Story so I decided that was what I was gonna do. More »
Yesterday we learned that Sony Pictures decided to release their controversial movie The Interview in select theaters around the country tomorrow on Xmas Day. It was also initially reported that the studio was planning to release the movie via Video On Demand home viewing as well but today we are hearing that The Interview will likely be made available for renting on YouTube, instead. According to CNN, the movie will likely be made available for streaming rental on other services as well but YouTube is the first service to tentatively sign on. Soooo, if you really, really, really want to see this movie and you can’t get to one of the select theaters to see it, chances are there’ll be a streaming option to satisfy your need.
UPDATE: Click HERE to watch The Interview for $5.99 on YouTube, click HERE to watch it on Google Play and click HERE to watch it at its own dedicated website.
After what seems like a million years since the movie was first announced, we are finally getting our first look at the movie version of the HBO TV series Entourage. Set for a June 5, 2015 release, Entourage the movie will pretty much be exactly like Entourage the TV show … but longer. Check out this first trailer in the embed above and get ready for the return of the Entourage boys.
For some time now, there has been talk of a Pee Wee Herman movie coming our way and today, we are hearing more about the project. Supposedly, the movie is set to begin filming production in 2015 and altho it hasn’t been formally announced just yet, we learn today that the movie will be released on Netflix. Funnyman Judd Apatow is producing the movie and, well, all of this sounds pretty damn great so far. More »
After Sony Pictures first decided to cancel the Xmas Day release of their controversial new movie The Interview in the wake of a terrorist threat made against its release, we heard rumblings a few days ago that the studio had changed their mind and was considering a way to release the movie after all. Today we are hearing almost officially that The Interview will be released in select theaters on Xmas Day and will be made available to others on Video On Demand streaming services. At last, the moronic movie that seemingly everyone wants to see just because they think North Korea doesn’t want them to see it will finally be made available for seeing. UPDATE: Sony Pictures has released an official statement confirming the theatrical release of The Interview but NOT the VOD report — read it below. More »
An industrious fan compiled footage from various movies, TV shows and video games to put together an impressive video trailer for an imagined movie that would pit the superheroes from the Marvel Comics universe against the superheroes from the DC Comics universe in an epic battle royale that will likely NEVER actually take place on the big screen. This parody movie trailer is over 3 minutes long and it is packed with numerous Marvel and DC heroes facing off in various configurations. It’s a neat as Hell video that you simply have to watch. Please enjoy.
Yesterday was a really great day in for me … despite a couple of really nice invitations to do something, I ended up opting out so that I could stay warm and cozy in my PJs in front of the TV. I was in the mood to watch one of my fave Xmas movies so I fired up the good ol’ Netflix and watched the 1992 movie Batman Returns. While it is largely considered a superhero movie only, I always loved that the action in the movie takes place during Xmas in Gotham City. From there, I just kept watching stuff on Netflix … including a Xmas classic that I’ve already watched this season — and a trilogy of movies about the antichrist so, yeah, my Saturday was rad. More »
This week’s YATNB could get intense, so let’s all try to keep calm, share our thoughts, and carry on. I will be the first to say that I feel like I don’t have a firm grasp on these recent reports of the Sony Pictures hack. And honestly—because of some of the disgusting things I saw in those e-mails—I felt disinterested. But I want to open up a wider conversation about the threat of hacking in general, because it seems like we are dealing with a new kind of something. I watched President Obama‘s year-end address (#TeamJamesFlacco), and I felt confused. And since then articles are popping up all over about North Korea’s involvement (or lack thereof) in the hack and subsequent threats against the United States. But I didn’t start thinking about the threat of hacking on a larger scale, until a new story that came out about Iggy Azalea, where hackers were threatening to release her sex tape (unless she apologized for some ignorant comments she made on Twitter). At which point I was like, Wait. What? Click inside for more.