This is Capitol TV
Last month we got to see the first teaser video for the forthcoming sequel film The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, which will open in theaters at the end of this year. Today we get to see the just-released second teaser video for the film. Like the first teaser, this new video is presented as an announcement from President Snow via Capitol TV but unlike the first teaser, this new video gets interrupted by the rebels hiding out in District 13. The video is just under a minute long but you must watch all the way to the end. Then, click below to see the new poster art that was released in conjunction with this new video teaser. More »
Because they can
Halle Berry paid a visit to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night to promote her new TV series Extant (which premieres on CBS tonight at 9PM ET/PT) and decided to make a human hamster wheel with Jimmy. I mean, anyone who watches The Tonight Show these days knows that Fallon has a reputation for doing wacky yet very entertaining things on the show. This human hamster wheel bit with Halle is more on the wacky side but … you still have to see the video. Click the embed above to see how Halle and Jimmy roll and you tell me you’re not impressed that Halle pulled this stunt off — while wearing a dress. Brava, Halle!
Thou Shalt Watch this Trailer
Last week we got to see a batch of promo photos from the upcoming Ridley Scott Biblical epic film Exodus: Gods and Kings, which stars Christian Bale as Moses. Today we get to see the just-released first trailer for the film. If you know the story of Moses (or the Charleton Heston film The 10 Commandments) then many of the scenes in this trailer will look very familiar to you. If not, then you are in for a very large, very dramatic story when this film is released in theaters. I like what I see in this first trailer but my initial reaction was that the scenes don’t look big enough. A story of this magnitude has to be larger than life … and perhaps watching the trailer on You Tube just won’t cut it. Even still, I’m encouraged that this movie will turn out well when it is shown on the big screen — in 3D. Check out the trailer above and see what you think. Exodus: Gods and Kings hits theaters in December.
The folks who handle the promo for the upcoming Marvel Comics superhero film Guardians of the Galaxy are not content with the release of mere standard movie trailers so they’ve upped the game with the release of this new extended trailer for the film. Clocking in at 2 1/2 minutes, this extended trailer for Guardians is pretty darn cool. It features a lot of new footage AND an actual scene from the film. Amazingly, this trailer shows us a lot about the movie without giving too much away. This movie is going to rule, I’m telling you. Check out this extended trailer and see what you think.
Your That-Ish-Cray o' the Day
Jimmy Fallon, in character as Neil Young, teamed up with classic crooners Crosby, Stills & Nash last night on The Tonight Show for an amazing cover performance of Iggy Azalea‘s hit song Fancy. As you might imagine, the performance turned out hilariously silly and, yet, shockingly entertaining. Fallon‘s impersonation of Neil Young is always perfect … but the inclusion of Crosby, Stills & Nash for the performance is just too damn good. Check out the performance above and fall in love.
Video courtesy of Justin Bieber
Over the weekend, manager extraordinaire Scooter Braun got himself hitched to Yael Cohen in a lavish wedding ceremony in Canada that was attended by family, friends and more celebrities than can fit into Taylor Swift‘s family portrait. Yael and Scooter were able to get some very famous performers to sing for them at their wedding reception … including actor Tom Hanks. Hanks, as you can see below, decided to dress as a rabbi for the reception and was spied busting a serious move during Montell Jordan‘s live performance of his 90s classic jam This Is How We Do It. He was spied and videoed by none other than Justin Bieber (who also was in attendance and performed at the wedding). Click below to see Tom Hanks in a rabbi outfit dancing to Montell Jordan because you know you want to. More »
The end is NIGH
In the past few weeks we’ve seen photos of actors Charlie Hunnam and Katey Sagal filming scenes for the upcoming final season of Sons of Anarchy, we’ve also seen photos of season 7 guest star Marilyn Manson chillin’ on the set of SoA AND we’ve learned that actor Walton Goggins will reprise his role as Venus in the final season. Today, we get our first look at the first video promo from Sons of Anarchy season 7. The first full trailer for the final season of SoA will premiere on FX tomorrow night during the season 2 premiere of The Bridge (another great show, which you should be watching) but if you click the embed above you can check out a short teaser for the trailer. Make sure you watch Jax‘s face very carefully. The promo is titled Hell Awaits. Indeed.
Posted under: 'Sons Of Anarchy'
Building a Mystery
Back in April we got our first look at the first trailer for David Fincher‘s new film Gone Girl. Today we get to check out the just-released second trailer for the film. As you can see above, we get a much better sense for the movie overall from this trailer … and we get to hear the first bit of music created for the film by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. It looks good and mysterious, I think. Have a look, see what you think. Gone Girl hits theaters on October 3.
Posted under: 'Gone Girl'
"I want people to feel the music the way I see it"
Back in March we got to see the first footage from the upcoming Jimi Hendrix biopic film Jimi: All Is By My Side, which stars André 3000 as Hendrix and today we get to see the just-released first trailer for the film. Due out in September, All Is By My Side will focus on Jimi‘s early days as burgeoning musician in London and from the look of this trailer, André 3000 plays a pretty convincing Hendrix. The voice. He has Jimi‘s speaking voice down pat. While artists like Whitney Houston and Aaliyah are relegated to made-for-TV movies for their biopic movies, Jimi Hendrix is getting theatrical movie treatment … and I cannot wait to see it for myself. Click the embed above to watch this first trailer and set your sites on September 26 when Jimi: All Is By My Side will open in theaters.