Ten years. For nearly 10 years the faithful among us have thought, with increasingly forced casualness, They’ll do another Incredibles soon, obviously. Obviously, right? Superheroes? Impeccable writing, directing, and characters? Obviously happening, isn’t it? WELL?? IS IT NOT?! And now, for the low, low price of one more Cars movie, we’re getting it. The Incredibles 2!
While we’re in the ballpark: Three minutes and 34 seconds, one play-through of “Let It Go,” 21 Disney and Pixar characters, all sung by a single brilliant fellow. (To 5.3 million people thus far.) [via]
Game of Thrones as illuminated through 12 great, spoilery charts.
Oof: Kanye just got two years of probation, 24 anger-management classes, and 250 hours of community service for assaulting a paparazzo last year.
Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow really wants us to not expect Dr. Ian Malcolm: “I respect those actors too much to shoehorn them into this story for my own sentimental reasons. Jurassic Park isn’t about the bad luck of three people who keep getting thrown into the same situation. The only reason they’d go back to that island is if the screenwriters contrived a reason for them to go.”
Peanuts. Movie. Teaser.
Someone made a browser-based Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas game. Kill Screen says it “wavers between a very loose adaptation of a snippet of Fear and Loathing, and a short but memorable fan fiction that misses the meaning behind the madness.”
Now that The Michael J. Fox show appears to be done, Breaking Bad’s Betsy Brandt will play one of Michael Sheen’s secretaries in Season 2 of Masters of Sex. It’s a recurring role.
Jennifer Lawrence lip-synchs to Santana and gets her Missus Mia Wallace on in this one-shot deleted scene from American Hustle.
The first full song from the new Tune-Yards album is severely likable and replayable.
Drew Carey and Craig Ferguson will swap hosting gigs on April Fool’s.
This little fella is our new Peter Pan in Pan.
Alison Brie is doing the Will Ferrell–Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard.
Steve Carell is doing a cancer drama called Priority List.
And an international trailer is as good as any reason to see new snippets of Godzilla. Maybe “lunchtime on Friday” trailers from now until May 16? (OK, maybe that’d be a bit much. We must not forget the lessons of The Amazing Spider-Man.)