Admittedly, it was only last year when I first heard Phantogram. I was shown a couple of their music videos — which looked very psychedelic to me. The almost-haunting music fit perfectly. Then I saw them live when they toured with Muse. Their music immersed me. I was hooked.
Earlier we got the premise to The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now we get to see the banner for the upcoming film, which clearly illustrates who Spidey has to face against. We initially thought Electro and Rhino are the villains, with the Osborns foreshadowing their psychotic ways. The poster proves that isn’t the case. Green Goblin will terrorize Spider-Man.
I know, I know — I’m a day late on posting this, but it’s news that should be spread throughout time and space. In a (not so) surprising twist, Kathleen Kennedy of Lucasfilm announced that John Williams will return to the Star Wars saga to compose for Episode 7.
World-renowned Korean sensation PSY recently tweeted a photo of himself with X-Men heartthrob Hugh Jackman. And as you can clearly see, they’re both brandishing Logan’s claws. Could this mean a bloody “Wolvie-nam Style” music video? Of course not, but the idea of “Gangnam Style” with Wolverine’s claws sounds unforgettable.
I think we can all agree that none of the Daniel Craig Bond movies can be considered “Classic Bond.” But the theme song for the new film, Skyfall, brings some classic back to the series in the form of Adele. Sexy, smooth, and, well, Bondish, the song is reminiscent of Shirley Bassey’s “Diamonds Are Forever” from the film of the same title starring the one and only Sean Connery.