Watch: Rick Springfield Performs Jessie's Girl In Penn Station

Watch: Rick Springfield Performs Jessie's Girl In Penn Station
There's never been a shortage of hidden talent roaming around New York City's subways. Remember that guy who gave a moving performance of Adele's "Someone Like You" at 86th Street? Or that band, Atomic Tom, and their iPhone app song that went viral after it was showcased on the B train?

But if the guy singing a spot-on rendition of "Jessie's Girl" in Penn Station sounded a bit too much like Rick Springfield, that's because it actually was actually him. (The crowds of people holding up their cell phones may well have been a tip-off.)

The artist behind the 1981 hit was singing some old favorites around New York City subways to promote his new album, "Songs for the End of the World," Gothamist reports.

Springfield didn't just play the one tune in Penn Station, though; he also sang "I Hate Myself" in Times Square and carted his guitar along
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Dan Fogler talks Take Me Home Tonight!

Take Me Home Tonight just came out on DVD & Blu-Ray today so it is the perfect time to share the rest of my hilarious interview with Mr. Dan Fogler.

(You can view part one Here)

This may be one of my favorite interview videos that done with Dan. We talk about Tmht, promoting with Topher Grace & how much fun it was creating the awesomely eighties music video for Atomic Tom.s cover of Don.t You Want Me. Dan also challenges Topher Grace to a Marty McFly-off!

Check out the interview below!

And just in case you haven.t seen the music video yet, here it is.

So who do you think does the better Marty McFly?

Jerry Cavallaro .
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Blu Monday: July 19, 2011

Your Weekly Source for the Newest Releases to Blu-Ray Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Amelie (2001)

Synopsis: Bursting with imagination and having seen her share of tragedy and fantasy, Amélie is not like the other girls. When she grows up she becomes a waitress in a Montmartre bar run by a former dancer. Amelie enjoys simple pleasures until she discovers that her goal in life is to help others. To that end, she invents all sorts of tricks that allow her to intervene incognito into other people’s lives, including an imbibing concierge and her hypochondriac neighbor. But Amélie’s most difficult case turns out to be Nino Quicampoix, a lonely sex shop employee who collects photos abandoned at coin-operated photobooths. (

Special Features: The Look of Amelie featurette; Fantasies of Audrey Tatou; Q&A with the director and cast; Auditions; Storyboard to screen comparisons; An Intimate Chat With Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet
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Wamg Exclusive: Dan Fogler talks Movies, TV & Comic Con

Even our most casual readers seem to know that we are big fans of Dan Fogler at Wamg. I love chatting with the man and our interviews always seem to go off topic in the best possible way. I recently got the chance to talk with him about a slew of projects he is working on.


Man Up


Hysterical Psycho & Moon Lake At Comic Con


Don Peyote



@Mrdanfogler talks Twitter


As I already said, our interviews tend to go way off topic. Here are some random but strangely hilarious moments from our chat.

Dan Fogler On Sculpture

Dan talks about a new hobby he picked up.

We also talked a lot about Take Me Home Tonight & the awesomely 80s Atomic Tom music video. I will post that footage when the film is released on DVD, Blu-Ray & VOD on July 19th!

Jerry Cavallaro .
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Take Me Home Tonight Comes to Blu-ray and DVD July 19th

Experience this generation.s most outrageous comedy when Take Me Home Tonight comes home on Blu-ray and DVD July 19th from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.  With exciting special features including deleted scenes, music videos and more, re-live all the hilarious hijinks when the party movie of the summer  arrives July 19thon Blu-ray and DVD.

Take Me Home Tonight follows three friends on the verge of adulthood who attend an out-of-control party in celebration of their last night of unbridled youth.  Starring Topher Grace (.That 70.s Show,. Predators), Anna Faris (The House Bunny), Dan Fogler (Balls of Fury) and Teresa Palmer (I Am Number Four), Take Me Home Tonight is a raunchy, romantic, ridiculous and raucous ride set to an awesome soundtrack of timeless rock and hip-hop hits.

Take Me Home Tonight is available on Blu-ray and DVD July 19th.  Pre-book is June 15th.  The film was theatrically-released by Relativity Media.
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Take Me Home Tonight Soundtrack

The Take Me Home Tonight soundtrack. Ooh, it was like The Scarlet Pimpernel. Sort of. This ’80s-set ensemble comedy for ‘young people’ was shot back in 2007 before being left to languish on the shelf, then saved from the guillotine of no-release oblivion by Ryan Kavanaugh, the masked baronet of Relativity Media. Hurrah! A pity though that Eddie Money doesn’t seem to have survived the ordeal. His 1986 hit which gives the movie its title is conspicuously absent from this soundtrack, despite having cropped up in the trailer.

Not that there is any shortage of ’80s radio monsters here. This is a paean to pop music’s past, an extended celebration of those hook-laden hits which detractors would rush to peg as lowest common denominator, but which equally can deliver high levels of idiot-grin enjoyment for those willing to check their musical ego at the door. An obvious comparison is to
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'Take Me Home Tonight' Parties With Duran Duran, Wang Chung

Now that the awards season is behind us, the film crop of 2010 can finally be put away in favor of the stuff on the horizon. This weekend features a whole batch of new flicks, and there are also plenty of great movies still kicking around at your local cineplex (including "Drive Angry," a totally kickass 3-D spectacular that deserves to be seen by more people). The movies opening this weekend include the animated adventure comedy "Rango" (which is directed by "Pirates of the Caribbean" helmer Gore Verbinski and stars Johnny Depp as the voice of a justice-seeking chameleon), the science-fiction romance "The Adjustment Bureau" (starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt), the oft-delayed "Beauty and the Beast" adaptation "Beastly" (featuring Vanessa Hudgens and Alex Pettyfer) and the much-buzzed-about Korean serial killer flick "I Saw the Devil." That's an embarrassment of riches.

But for big laughs and killer music cues, look no
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‘Take Me Home Tonight’ Music Video: 39 80s Movies In 4 Minutes

The comedy film Take Me Home Tonight opens this weekend and although we haven’t really covered it on the site, being an old guy I got a kick out of this music video put together to promote the movie. Atomic Tom does their version of the 80s classic song “Don’t You Want Me” done back then by The Human League. I’m old enough to remember hearing the original song on the radio and I have to say that I like both the original and this latest version.

The movie takes place in the late 1980s and in the video below they re-enact (Very briefly) almost 40 well known and beloved films from that decade. The way they manage to identify and capture each film in about 5 seconds ...

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Tsr Buzz: The Ultimate Oscar Pool, Hughes’ Zelda Trailer, ‘Star Wars Begins,’ Bert and Ernie in ‘Casino’

With Tsr Buzz, you’ll find links to articles, videos and other random things that will help you waste your time just a little bit more.

You need something more out of your Oscar betting pools, don’t you? Well, now you can Bowl the Perfect Oscar Game! Yes, I created it. You’re welcome. Look for my Oscar picks on Saturday. From what nerds have told me, Zelda turned 25 this week. So it seems appropriate to showcase John Hughes’ long lost “The Legend of Zelda” Trailer.

Take Me On Tonight starring Topher Grace should at least have some good music. Right? Atomic Tom covers “Don’t You Want Me.”

If you don’t remember, Inception was my favorite movie of the year. This TV film critic doesn’t agree. He is also someone that
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Check Out The Totally Tubular ‘Take Me Home Tonight’ Music Video

Hey Dudes and Dudettes!

The 80’s are back! We here at the FusedFilm offices were able to obtain the Atomic Tom’s official music video Don’t You Want Me for the upcoming film Take Me Home Tonight featuring Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler, Teresa Palmer and Demetri Martin.

The music video features the cast of Take Me Home Tonight, recreating classic 80’s scenes and characters that made this decade totally awesome and unforgettable!!!

Watch the video and test your knowledge of this totally choice decade by seeing if you can name all the references!! Can you name all the films?

About Take Me Home Tonight:

Directed By: Michael Dowse

Screenplay By: Jackie Filgo & Jeff Filgo

Based On A Story By: Topher Grace & Gordon Kaywin

Cast: Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler, Teresa Palmer, Chris Pratt, Michelle Trachtenberg, Lucy Punch, Michael Ian Black, Demetri Martin

Producers: Ryan Kavanaugh,
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Take Me Home Tonight Music Video Reenact 80s

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