News Around the Net
The COVID-caused drought in new MCU movies is going to end soon! I can’t wait to see Black Widow, and I’m intrigued by this first look at The Eternals:
And in cause for additional rejoicing, a new Edgar Wright film is on its way to us. I love this bizarre and beautiful trailer for Last Night in Soho:
Watch Emma Stone perform Steve Martin’s f-bomb-filled monologue from Planes, Trains and Automobiles? Don’t mind if I do!
Watch Katee Sackhoff and Battlestar Galactica composer Bear McCreary perform All Along the Watchtower live? DON’T MIND IF I DO!!!
Click here for a fantastic interview with Mr. McCreary, talking all about the music of Battlestar and the very cool sounding new release of So Say We All: Battlestar Galactica Live, an album of live performances of music from the show.
This trailer for Who Are You, Charlie Brown? makes me very happy:
I can’t wait to watch that.
Here’s a nice little new featurette with Ben Burtt and John Roesch on the sound work they did for Raiders of the Lost Ark:
That featurette was released to promote the new 4K release of the four Indy films.
Readers of this site might be interested in this kickstarter to create a documentary film called 1982: Greatest Geek Year Ever, that will look back at all of the incredible movies released in 1982. Sounds like fun!
Cool news that H.K. Jemesin’s Broken Earth trilogy of novels are being adapted for film.
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