5 items from 2015
With just over a month before the latest James Bond installment Spectre opens, the final trailer for the film has been released. After a series of backstory-heavy teasers and commercials that merely hinted at the fight between Daniel Craig's James Bond and Christoph Waltz's Franz Oberhauser – with the villain often shrouded in darkness – the final trailer finds Oberhauser stepping out of the shadows for a confrontation between the two leads.
"Why did you come?" Oberhauser asks Bond in a sunlit hallway. "I came here to kill you," Bond admits, »
"Times Square," the latest single from Destroyer's upcoming album Poison Season, has a trippy new stop-motion video. It feels like hitting a bowl with Wallace and Gromit. As singer-songwriter Dan Bejar croons to the screen, small, pot-smoking creatures made of moss, a chewing-gum monster, and a human brain with googly eyes dance laconically. Despite the song's title, New York's iconic hub of tourists and taxis barely appears in the video. The playful opening guitar recalls the Flaming Lips' "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots," but the mix of sultry-sad saxophones, jangly pianos, and Bejar's singular voice is completely Destroyer. "The writing on the wall / Isn't writing at all / Just forces of nature / In love with the weather station." »
- Greg Cwik
Here's your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded): 1. Mission Impossible Rogue Nation - $29.4 million ($108.6 million total) 2. Fantastic Four - $26.2 million ($26.2 million total) 3. The Gift - $12.0 million ($12.0 million total) 4. Vacation - $9.1 million ($37.3 million total) 5. Ant-Man - $7.8 million ($147.4 million total) 6. Minions - $7.4 million ($302.7 million total) 7. Ricki and the Flash - $7.0 million ($7.0 million total) 8. Trainwreck - $6.3 million ($91.1 million total) 9. Pixels - $5.4 million ($57.6 million total) 10. Southpaw - $4.7 million ($40.7 million total) The Big Stories The writing on the wall has been there for some time surrounding Fox's Fantastic Four reboot. It all started with some fanboy sniping...
- Erik Childress
Agents of Shield, Season 2, Episode 16: “Afterlife”
Written by Craig Titley
Directed by Kevin Hooks
Airs Tuesdays at 9pm (Et) on ABC
After Bobbi and Gonzalez’s big hero moment and Skye’s escape in “One Door Closes”, “Afterlife” is set up to be a bit of a let-down, or at least a slowdown by comparison. There are plenty of good hero moments, like the return of Deathlok, and Fitz-Simmons pulling the wool over Bobbi’s eyes. Even with these moments, the episode’s focus on Skye slows everything down to introduce Afterlife and fit in lots of exposition from Lincoln, played by guest star Luke Mitchell (The Tomorrow People).
It is difficult to gauge Mitchell’s performance as Lincoln based only on “Afterlife”, because as Skye’s guide in this world, most of his dialogue is exposition. The large majority of his scenes with Skye are just Skye walking »
- Rachel Kolb
The writing on the wall for a shakeup at NBC News has become more voluminous with former NBC News president Andrew Lack quitting his position as CEO and Director of the Broadcasting Board of Governors. As TheWrap reported, Lack is in talks with NBC News over the top role, overseeing NBCUniversal News Group which houses NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC. Also Read: Brian Williams Debacle Spurring NBC News Executive Shakeup NBC News told TheWrap there is no announcement from them today regarding Lack’s potential employment. His arrival would spell the end for Pat Fili-Krushel as Chairman of NBCUniversal Group, »
- Jordan Chariton
5 items from 2015
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