There’s nothing wrong with going all-in on a Halloween costume, even if your neighbor’s kids have to stand in for the members of the Night’s Watch.
Daniel Radcliffe knows the alphabet—and performed a complicated rap song on Tuesday to prove it.
The Horns star went on The Tonight Show Tuesday evening and revealed that he’s always had an “obsession” with memorizing tricky rap songs, including Blackalicious’ “Alphabet Aerobics.” So, of course, Jimmy Fallon made him show off his skills.
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1. Nothing actually happened today. The Internet goes crazy for announcements, and today might very well go down in history as the single most announcement-y announcement in the history of superhero movies or movies or pop culture or human history. But an announcement is not a movie. Anticipation is another word for enjoying something that doesn’t exist yet. Currently, here on the Internet, there are bizarre people hurling insult grenades at critics who have committed the sin of liking but not loving Interstellar—a movie that none of the bizarre people hurling insult grenades have actually seen. Maybe they will never actually see Interstellar. Anticipation, when it builds up for months or years, can blind you. That is not a culture that loves watching movies; that is a culture that loves looking forward to movies. The Superhero Movie era is an era of announcements. We’re all just unpaid publicists now. The system is in place now; it can’t change. Forget it, Jake, it’s Comic-Con. READ FULL STORY
James Franco was eager to film the production of Of Mice and Men in which he made his Broadway debut, but it wasn’t as simple as he thought it’d be. “I thought I just could bring in my old film school friends and we could just film it that way, quick and easy, and it turned out that that wasn’t the case,” Franco tells EW. “So we needed a company that could both film it, and have some sort of distribution system to put it out and recoup the cost.”
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On the Today show on Tuesday, Amy Poehler explained that this coming Golden Globes will be her and Tina Fey’s last time hosting the awards. “It’s law of diminishing returns, which is why this is our last time,” Poehler said. “Unless you want to be a perennial host, there’s nowhere to go but down.”
For many, Lucasfilm is synonymous with Star Wars. There’s no reason why it shouldn’t be, either—Star Wars is huge.
But if you were playing video games at any point during the late ’80s throughout the ’90s, chances are you have a very different association to the studio bearing George Lucas’ name. Started in 1982 by the man himself, Lucasfilm Games (later LucasArts) would become a beloved games studio that didn’t just make great Star Wars games (like the classic Star Wars: TIE Fighter), but quirky and frequently hilarious adventure games like Day of the Tentacle and the Monkey Island series. But since many of these were computer games for a niche audience, they disappeared after their initial runs—and if you still have a copy of, say, Sam & Max Hit the Road, getting it to run on a modern machine could prove quite difficult. But not anymore.
One of the biggest Xbox One games of the fall, Sunset Overdrive, released today, bringing with it all the mayhem and attitude of the “awesomepocalypse.”
Set in the most colorful apocalypse ever devised, Sunset asks players to fight against the hordes of energy drink-fueled monsters terrorizing Sunset City as they try to survive. Watch us play Insomniac Games’ latest title live at 3:30 p.m. ET to see a portion of the game after the tutorials are out of the way.
Watch live here or tune into EW‘s Twitch channel for the stream, which will be archived for later.
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