I’ve never been a fan of the advertising campaigns for the newer films. They just never seemed too… “Star Wars-y”. I’m a bit old school, I guess. I like to see my trailers (and TV Spots) with the “Star Wars” music blaring, exploding action, fan favorites front and center. These new spots just don’t do it for me. They seem too passive. So I’ve tried to course correct it.
I can think of no better way to bridge the giant gap in posting than with this cat video. My cat actually. There was just something quite amusing and hypnotic watching her clean herself for minutes on end. The music helps.
For you “M*A*S*H” aficionados, do you remember back at the end of season 3 (Abyssinia, Henry – aired March 18, 1975) when everyone’s favorite Company Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Blake, finally got his discharge papers and was sent home?
Tyler Hoechlin (“Teen Wolf”) has been cast on a recurring basis as the red and blue icon for season 2 of girl of steel.
In addition to those scenes, a nine and a half minute B-Roll package has also found its way into the light. I’ve always been a fan of these things as it gives us a peek into the nitty-gritty of the film making process.
This past weekend at the Star Wars Celebration in London a new Behind The Scenes Video was presented for the upcoming Star Wars solo film “Rogue One.” The video shows a good amount of new snippets from the film.
Posted below are three clips from the new film, which stars Chris Pine as Kirk, Zachary Quinto as Spock, and Karl Urban on McCoy. Justin Lin directs.
Back during the first season, the show produced a twelve minuted episode entitled “Uncle Sam Malone” for the U.S. treasury in order to sell U.S. savings bonds. It never aired on television or appeared on the 1st season DVD set. It was only ever played at savings bonds drives. But you can now view the episode below.
“Cheers”, which ran on NBC from 1982-1993, is considered to be one of the best sitcoms in television history. The show centers around ex-baseball player and recovering alcoholic Sam Malone (Ted Danson) who runs a Boston Sports bar. The first five seasons focused on his on-again, off-again romance with intellectual snob Diane Chambers (Shelley Long), a waitress at the bar. The remaining six seasons focused upon Sam’s friendship with new bar manager Rebecca Howe (Kirstie Alley) and gave the other wacky characters that populated the bar more to do.