No, but seriously why did I go to a school that offered nothing, but boring stereotypical classes that offered very little insight into something remotely attention worthy and enjoyable? The Huffington Post reports that Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois will now be offering a consumerism studies class on the hit television series, Mad Men.
One of my favorite franchises has been on the verge of an actual sequel to American Wedding for a little while now and Comingsoon.net got an exclusive word from producer Craig Perry on the status of the upcoming Americna Pie sequel, written by Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg (Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle). American Pie came out in 1999 and the last official theatrical release, American Wedding, debuted in 2003. It has been almost a decade and four direct to DVD movies since the franchise’s theatrical release death. This new movie that is in the works is neither a remake nor a reboot, but an actual sequel! Will we see the cast return? Catch the news after the jump!
A great featurette for Darren Aronofosky’s Black Swan recently released to InConnection. In this short four minute section, we get a taste of what Aronofosky and production designer Thérèse DePrez were thinking when it came time to set the tone of the atmosphere in which the actors would interact with. The featurette hints on how colors and props were integrated throughout the film encompassing story arc and character development. It’s a neat little feature that you should watch embedded after the break!
When it comes to going to the movies, I am very skeptical about the atmosphere that I am going to be surrounded by when I enter the theater. There are so many different factors that you need to consider when going to see a movie these days unfortunately. From cellphones, children, and talking, there are many things that you must consider about avoiding and keeping in mind when you travel to a movie theater. Check out BBC Radio’s 5Live graphic chart on desirable movie theater code of conduct that you should abide by after the jump.
Did you ever expect to get a reprieve after the events of the Lost season finale? Well you can take comfort knowing that Damon Lindelof is sorry for what happened if you were thoroughly disappointed in what happened in the end of Lost. But what brought on this sudden remorse toward his loyal fans? After leaving the theater seeing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, Lindelof felt like he was betrayed as a fan from what he expected out of the movie. Sounds like a similar situation many of his Lost fans experienced. Spoilers after the jump from within the article at The Daily Beast.
This is a late entry, but I figured I was still fascinated by the story behind Duncan Jones’ new movie, Source Code. Of course, Mr. Jones was the visionary mind behind the low budget, under the radar, indie flick Moon. Since this is a Duncan Jones film, I am really interested to see how his sophomore work will turn out. It looks pretty well done, but trailers don’t always tell the entire tale. Source Code stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, and Jeffrey Wright. You can check out the trailer after the break or in at Apple.com for full 1080p.
This PSA is to advise those who fear their table manners might be not up to par when it comes to dining with Indiana Jones. Thanks OneMinuteGalatica for helping us out in sticky situations. You can also check out their past PSA with Star Wars and proper space dating etiquette. Check out the Indiana Jones video after the break!
After a seven minute video of Arnold Schwarzenneger yelling, who would have thought a better video would come along so quickly soon after? This over four minute video showcases some of Nicolas Cage’s best nut job moments in film when he absolutely loses his shit to the tune of Clint Mansell’s Requiem for a Dream theme, Lux Aeterna. Or perhaps it’s just his regular routine…
This video comes from hh1edits, who recently created a well masterful montage of Fox Searchlight’s last 15 years of film.
Watching this amazing hilarious video after the break!
Daniel Radcliffe sat down with Judd Apatow to break his silence about who he really is. Apparently, Mr. Radcliffe has been fooling us all. In fact, Radcliffe is actually Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe is just a role that Mr. Potter portrays outside of his wizarding world. Check out the entire video interview after the break!