I simply cannot get enough of Godzilla’s roar. The classic movie monster sound effect is probably one of the most iconic sounds in the world.
Here, the makers of the new version of Godzilla explain a little of what they went through to give a voice to the new guy. BONUS: Star Bryan Cranston (BREAKING BAD) shows us his impression of the big guy’s roar!
Godzilla opens May 16.
Finally, we wrap up what has become “Matt Edmondson Monday” with a third funny musical parody clip: “Game of Moans.” This one features sexy Sophie Turner a.k.a. Sansa Stark from Game of Thrones, performing with Matt.
Also check out Hugh Jackman and Arthur Darvill singing for Matt.
BBC Radio 1 host Matt Edmondson does it again — this time getting Hugh Jackman from X-Men: Days of Future Past to sing “Who Am I” from Les Miserables as Wolverine.
Watch Arthur Darvill sing “Let It Go” about Rory!
Sometimes it feels like I’m the only person on the planet who doesn’t believe “Let It Go” (from the movie Frozen ) is the greatest song ever recorded in the history of ever. But what do I know?
There’s this BBC Radio 1 host called Matt Edmondson who apparently has the mutant ability to get big stars to sing parody songs that play on their popular personas, and in this clip he’s convinced Arthur Darvill to sing about how he’s no longer Rory on DOCTOR WHO. In fact, he’s a veteran of Broadway now, having starred in Once.
So let’s watch Arthur put his pipes to good use…
Co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have unleashed their second trailer for their comic book adaptation Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, the follow-up to 2005’s Sin City. Along with a few more photographs.
A lot of the same characters are back in this sorta-prequel, sorta-sequel, and some of those familiar characters have new faces thanks to recasting — Devon Aoki is out, Jamie Chung is in as Miho; Michael Clarke Duncan passed away in 2012, so Dennis Haysbert takes over as Manute. But the Sin City universe is still the ultimate noir, shot in black-and-white with splashes of accent colors like blood red and blue.
With Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier mowing down the competition at the box office, the already-greenlit Captain America 3 looks like a total no-brainer — however, Disney studio execs cannot resist overthinking things, and talking about it may just undercut the 2016 event film before it even starts shooting.
Disney may have done what no supervillain has been able to accomplish onscreen: hit Cap where it really hurts. It’s never a good sign when the boss expresses doubt about sending his champion into battle against a new untested foe; it makes the big guy look like a paper tiger and conveys instant credibility on the rookie.
As fans are no doubt aware, Marvel/Disney’s next Captain America sequel is scheduled to be released on May 6, 2016 — and Warner Bros. has slotted its Man of Steel sequel, tentatively dubbed Batman vs. Superman, on the very same Friday, setting up a clash of titans between the comic book rivals and moving it from the page to the screen.
The actors’ photos from the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron keep on comin’ — but they haven’t started to get exciting. Yet.
Witness Mark Ruffalo’s (Bruce Banner/Hulk) snaps: a contemplative selfie with Robert Downey Jr. (who plays Tony Stark/Iron Man) and a rear view (sorry, only from the waist-up) of Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) that looks rather nicely moody.