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The Gorburger Show is making its TV debut. This week, Comedy Central announced they've ordered the digital talk show as a linear TV series.From Tj Miller, the alternative talk show originated as a digital short on Funny or Die. In the series, Miller will voice Gorburger, a giant blue monster "who, after invading a Japanese television variety show and enslaving its staff, broadcasts from Japan and interviews guests in an attempt to understand what it means to be human." Previous guests have included Jack Black, Carson Daly, Henry Rollins, Flea, Wayne Coyne, Eagles of Death Metal, Grouplove, and Tegan and Sara.Read More… »
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New pictures from Baby Driver have landed. Can a trailer be far away?
Release date shuffles have meant that we’re not going to see Edgar Wright’s first feature film since The World’s End, Baby Driver, until August 18th of this year. But the movie, one we’re eagerly awaiting, has been the beneficiary of some early publicity work.
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Sony has released a pair of new pictures from the film, that you can see nice and big by clicking on the gallery thingy at the top there. We do wonder if this means that a trailer for the film is getting closer. The movie is all but done, and Star Wars: Episode VIII director Rian Johnson for one saw a cut of it back in August. It prompted him to Tweet the following…
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Author: David Sztypuljak
Here’s the first look at Baby Driver, the new movie from Sony Pictures which is due to hit our cinema screens in the summer. Baby Driver is an action movie which sees a young getaway driver actually named ‘Baby’ (Ansel Elgort – Shailene Woodley‘s geeky brother Caleb in the Divergent movies) fall in love with Downton Abbey / Cinderella’s Lily James and attempt to turn away from his life of crime.
It’s not too long however before crime boss (Kevin Spacey) forces him return to the life he’s so desperately trying to leave behind. The movie sounds like many we’ve seen before but with a cast this prominent, it’s hard not to get excited about it. And did we mention that Edgar Wright has written and directed? That makes it all very much more interesting right?! Very excited to see what the »
- David Sztypuljak
It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since David Bowie‘s death. It hurts for many reasons, but if there’s any solace to glean from the loss, it’s that Bowie has been properly mourned. Not just among civilians — you’d be hard-pressed to find an artist who didn’t turn in a Bowie cover at some point. Here are some of our favorites from the past year, ranging from deep cuts to the obvious ones.
Seu Jorge, “Space Oddity”
Okay, okay, this one’s kind of a cheat. Seu Jorge’s lovely samba-flavored covers of »
4 items from 2017
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