This Isn’t Enough ‘Better Call Saul’ to Last Us Till February, But It’s a Start

A 10-second start, to be precise. In the middle of AMC’s new weekly Breaking Bad Sunday marathon, the network shared this teensiest taste of Better Call Saul, with a tag confirming that it’s premiering in February 2015. Lawyer/insurance-person humor, amirite?

Once you’ve seen last night’s The Leftovers, read this. Things are getting Lostier than ever. #nationalgeographicmay1972

Marc Maron talked to Bob Newhart for almost two hours.

Sean Bean only knows how to die.

Michael Bay will not direct the fifth Transformers, apparently.

BuzzFeed Motion Pictures could also look to produce feature-length films or shows, working in conjunction with traditional Hollywood studios.” The new branch is happening with Ze Frank at its head. Also: BuzzFeed is valued at 850 MILLION BALD-EAGLE DOLLARS.

Here’s the first trailer for the Kristen Stewart–starring Guantanamo Bay indie Camp X-Ray.

86-year-old Game of Thrones actor J.J. Murphy — Ser Denys Mallister of the Night’s Watch — died four days into filming Season 5.

Paul McCartney is writing the score and the theme for … a first-person shooter.

Weezy’s “Krazy” video is inspired by One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Personally I’m getting a Korn vibe.

Listen to the collaboration album between Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and S. Carey, Gayngs’s Ryan Olson, and Minneapolis rapper Astronautilus here, and read about it (it’s very strange, fiction-infused reading) here. Album name: De Oro. Artist name: Jason Feathers. It’s pretty good.

Kim Westdashian is putting out a selfie book.

TBH, no amount of #butts can make the “Anaconda” video better than a behind-the-scenes preview featuring drunk Nicki busting out a fake patois. (Also if we have to go Nicki vs. Miley, then yeah, Nicki wins. Fall back, Hannah Montana.)

Ed Harris is the villain for HBO’s Westworld, “a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin” that’ll also feature Anthony Hopkins, Evan Rachel Wood, and Jeffrey Wright.

These unused Jurassic Park posters rule.

And James Franco’s latest master’s degree is Bleach Blond Studies.

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