The Muppets Are Back! Entertainment Weekly has the first look and interview.
EW: You’re the ringleader. Did you need to convince any of the other Muppets to come back and do the sequel?
Kermit The Frog: I think everyone was pretty happy to do it. But, you know, Fozzie has been hibernating—it’s been tough to bring him to London this time of year and keep him awake. And the Dr. Teeth Band had to cancel a couple of engagements. They were playing at this little bar in Hoboken and they let that go just to come to London to do the movie.
This article is everything that there is about me:
The “Braaaaaaam” has become more famous than the movie that birthed it; it is the Super-Loud Movie Noise of Our Time. But technically, the Inception horn is not just one horn — it is the work of five instruments who came together to play one note at top volume in the name of history. Vulture asked French horn, Bassoon, Trombone, Tuba, and Timpani to tell the story in their own words.
French horn: Hans Zimmer rolls up with his four Grammys and his Oscar and is all “Just trust me, horns.” We didn’t want to.
Tuba: But then we all started playing.
Trombone: And it was like, blam! Magic!
Bassoon: I knew immediately that we were on to something.
Trombone: It was incredible.
French horn: It was like the first time I saw the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, which I saw shortly after its completion, because the Reniassance.
Trombone: And then it just exploded. We’re all in the trailer, people are yelling “Braaaaam!” in the streets, everyone is pressing that button all the time.
I Thought That New Star Trek Poster Looked Familiar
Leave it to slashfilm to quickly pull together all the examples of why that new Star Trek poster looks so very familiar. I guess dudes standing in front of stuff and broken-as-hell buildings are the hot new reused movie poster design trend.
The First Official Trailer For ‘World War Z’
Considering all of the production problems that have plagued the film adaptation of ‘World War Z’ part of me was skeptical this film would actually happen. But here’s the first full-length trailer and it’s pretty damn intense. Here’s to keeping fingers-crossed that Marc Forster can bring a sem-faithful adaptation of Max Brook’s zombie pandemic novel to the big-screen.
‘World War Z’ stars Brad Pitt, Mirielle Enos, Bryan Cranston, Matthew Fox, James Badge Dale, Elyes Gabel and David Morse. It opens on June 21, 2013.
Wow. I still have my doubts about how the source material translates into this version but this looks intense. And they at least they took the time to update the BRRAAAWWRWRRMRMRMMM noise.
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