OK Go Are Coming for Your Views Again, Internet
You’ve never listened to an OK Go album but you’ve watched several of their videos more than once. This is the order of things. And in keeping with that order, you’re now being presented with the cinematically ambitious four-piece’s latest video, “The Writing’s on the Wall,” eight years after “Here It Goes Again” helped boost them to YouTube god status. This new clip — which follows a stop-motion toast video, an instrument-playing car, a Rube Goldberg machine, and so many more high-concept ideas — is a single-take festival of optical illusions. It’s really fun and impressive, also in keeping with the order.
Boardwalk Empire will jump ahead seven years for its next — and last — season. “The Depression has set in,” says Michael K. Williams. “The days of the shiny shoes and fancy suits are long gone.”
The Washington Post used math to predict when George R.R. Martin will finish A Song of Ice and Fire.
There’s going to be a Trolls movie and it’s going to star Anna Kendrick.
Landon Donovan found a way to the World Cup.
Tracy Morgan’s condition has been updated from critical to fair.
Mike Will Made It breaks down Miley’s rolling technique vs. Rihanna’s rolling technique.
Fine. Angry Birds Transformers. Whatever.
The latest Guardians of the Galaxy trailer is the Rocket Raccooniest yet.
Mark Ruffalo on a stand-alone Hulk movie: “I think they are, for the first time, entertaining the idea of it. When we did The Avengers it was basically ‘No!’, and now there is some consideration for it. But there’s still nothing definitive, not even a skeletal version of what it would be. I look forward to going down that road, if we could crack that nut.”
Here be photos of Jon Hamm filming the last stretch of Mad Men.
Kimmel vs. Game of Thrones’ Lena Headey in a drunken insult battle.
Resident Evil 6 is reportedly going to be the last film in the series.
Jack Coleman — the Man With Horn-Rimmed Glasses — is returning for NBC’s Heroes Reborn.
And maybe Nikki Finke’s Father of the Bride 3 info was bogus.
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