Mar
05
2020
11

The “Well, maybe our kids will like it” final SCOOB! trailer.

I mean, really, why the heck should the people who made SCOOB! care about my opinion about this? I’m almost fifty! …I mean, in, like, three weeks and stuff. This movie isn’t for me, honestly. It’s for my children, although I wonder if they’ll approve of the animation or voice actors, either. It’s different.

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Mar
02
2020
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Marvel-Disney talking to Mark Ruffalo for SHE-HULK.

This is, of course, unsurprising. Marvel would like somebody from the movies to anchor the upcoming live-action Disney+ series, and Mark Ruffalo would like to work. Don’t get me wrong: Ruffalo’s not poor. But he’s in serious danger of getting typecast, so why not lean into it and cash those sweet, sweet TV checks? God knows the Mouse isn’t going broke any time soon.

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Feb
29
2020
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Short film ‘SCRATCH.’

It has one of the bad language words in it, but SCRATCH is rather good. Don’t watch it at work, but check it out. I do like how they balanced fascination with attractiveness here…

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Feb
27
2020
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The TALES FROM THE LOOP Amazon series trailer.

(Via @SJGames) Most extremely cool:

It’s a fun concept, and a fun RPG, and in April TALES FROM THE LOOP will hopefully be a fun series. I’m looking forward to it. And it’s nice that they’re doing stuff like this, too.

Feb
26
2020
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Spielberg out on INDIANA JONES 5.

Here’s a thought! This: “After a long development process, Steven Spielberg is handing the directing reins on “Indiana Jones 5” to another filmmaker for the first time in the franchise’s 39-year history” should be taken perhaps as a hint. Why even make a fifth movie? Not that I hated the fourth Indy movie, really. It at least had Commies to punch. But I’m just not feeling a fifth film. We are none of us the same people we were when the first and third ones came out. Best to accept that, gracefully.

Feb
26
2020
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The RUMBLE trailer.

RUMBLE is a surprisingly intriguing concept that seems wedded to an animation style that is not Disney/Pixar, which automatically makes it a problem.

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Feb
25
2020
2

In the Mail: COLOR OUT OF SPACE.

Also, KNIVES OUT, but that’s more of a date movie. COLOR OUT OF SPACE is for me. I would have seen it in theaters, but the combination of limited release and distance suggested that it’d be cheaper all around if I just bought the Blu-Ray. Go figure.

Moe Lane

PS: Don’t know what to expect, honestly. Except that Nick Cage will be very Nick Cage in this film. Don’t see how I can expect anything else, really.

Feb
24
2020
4

So, they’re remaking LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS.

And it’s gonna be a fascinating cast for the new LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS if this all goes down the way it’s rumored to go down. Scarlett Johansson for Audrey, Taron Egerton (Eggsby from KINGSMAN) for Seymour, Chris Evans for the dentist, and some guy named Billy Porter for Audrey 2 who I only know about vaguely because he picks out weird things to wear on the red carpet. I am very curious to see out who out of the first three can sing*.

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Feb
23
2020
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The TRANSFORMERS: WAR FOR CYBERTRON Trilogy Netflix trailer.

Hrm. TRANSFORMERS: WAR FOR CYBERTRON might just be the gateway drug for the Transformers that I’ve been looking for for my kids. The anime bit is a good hook. My eldest is starting to get interested in anime, after all.

Feb
22
2020
1

Tweet of the Day, And It Was Glorious edition.

I couldn’t catch the game, because I was at a Cub Scout dinner, and NONE of us wanted to be there. They should have put the game on. I’m still steamed about that, but not as much as I am that they announced the Soviet score first, to make us think that we had lost the game.

Bastards. No, I’m never letting that go. NEVER!

Moe Lane

PS: I assume that you all have Miracle, of course.

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