In it, a getaway driver named Baby (Ansel Elgort) pops in his iPod headphones to listen to ‘Bellbottoms’ by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion while Jon Hamm and a few other crims run into a local banks, guns blazing. Throughout it all, we stick with the driver as he lip syncs and dances his way through the perfectly choreographed heist behind the steering wheel.
Can’t wait to watch a few of these myself. Everything from Blondie to Tony Bennett, Los Punks to Greenwich Village – very good stuff!!
You’ve seen Wonder Woman. You spent the dough and ate some popcorn and thought, “Wow, Gal Gadot is great.” What to do with the rest of your summer movie fun time? We’ve got four words for you:Music documentaries on Netflix.
At the drive-in, life does not recede when the movie begins. To the contrary, life asserts itself. People eat dinner in covered dishes. They drink cans of beer from coolers secreted past the gate. Kids stubbornly play on dimly lit playgrounds. I’ve seen vigorous games of ultimate Frisbee at drive-ins. And dogs.
Yes, we hang the speaker on the window. And sure, we take a gander at the movie, even from the backseat. But no one goes to a drive-in for the movie. We go to a drive-in to be somewhat outside as we watch our stories unfold 30 feet above us, against the sliver of sunset, the darkling light, the waxing disk of a summer moon.
Full article: You Can Make Your Own Backyard Movie Theater
Today marks the debut of Star Wars Forces of Destiny, a series of original animated shorts set in that galaxy far, far away and focusing on the franchise’s roster of female heroes. The first installment, titled “Sands of Jakku,” covers a moment not seen in The Force Awakens: Rey (voiced by Daisy Ridley) and BB-8 must escape a ravenous, metal-craving Nightwatcher worm (which keen-eyed film viewers briefly spotted early on in the film) on their way to Niima Outpost — the place where they eventually meet Finn.
Going to television once meant your film career was over. Now, it can mean you will be bestowed one of the highest honors in Hollywood: an invitation to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
I can pretty well bet this is something I will want but can’t afford. *sigh* 🙂
Ten years later, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation are celebrating this milestone by collecting every film into one massive boxset. That’s 30 animated movies, as well as the five DC Showcase short films that make the most of their brief running time: The Spectre, Green Arrow, Jonah Hex, Catwoman and Superman/Shazam: The Return of Black Adam.
Read & see the list at: Every DC Universe animated movie is being collected into one huge anniversary boxset
Menken’s music from Beauty and the Beast lives on in Bill Condon’s magical live-action remake, out on Blu-ray and DVD now. MTV News chatted with Menken about the process of writing new music for the record-breaking film, working with Guy Ritchie on the upcoming live-action Aladdin, and what made Disney’s Renaissance era so special.
It’s been almost two years since we heard that Kevin Bacon was looking to revisit his classic monster flick, Tremors, as a television series. Now, that unlikely revival is closer than ever, according to Bacon himself.
Read at Nerdist: Kevin Bacon Says a TREMORS Reboot Pilot is Coming to SYFY | Nerdist
Movie composer Mark Korven wanted to craft the perfect sounds for horror movies, but the instruments he needed didn’t exist, and he was tired of using the same digital samples. To produce the original effects needed for evoking breathtaking moments of suspension, he teamed up with guitar maker Tony Duggan-Smith to craft an original instrument that would better aid in manufacturing fear. The Apprehension Engine is that tool, a mechanism built with several bowed metal rulers, spring reverbs, a few long metal rods, and other attachments that allow for spooky interludes and effects.
Cool – but how do you head-bang to it? 🙂
Read full article at : The Apprehension Engine: An Instrument Designed to Play the Music of Nightmares | Colossal