It’s not a photo of the first script read-through, as was the case for the 2015 cinematic blockbuster The Force Awakens…
but Stranger Things just may be the television-equivalent for science-fiction fans these days regarding its popular ’80s nostalgic experience, which may validate its video release of their first table read for the highly-anticipated third season.
The first table reads for The Force Awakens and the forthcoming third season of the Netflix phenomenon was photographed in black and white…three years apart…with no connection between the two aside from shared cultural popularity. Hmm?
Well, that’s a strange thing to see.
Have a Better Week Than Last Week.
Do you think movie trailers are long today at around 2 1/2 minutes?
Travel back to 1941 (a few years ago) and then add another minute to the audience’s first glance at a film.
Well, a glance behind the curtain of the film that hasn’t been released to the public.
Perhaps back in the old days, this burgeoning new medium known as cinema required such transparency to succeed with the masses? Seventy-seven-years later, what do you think of the first trailer for this little-known indie flick.
Believe it or not Ripley, but the set-up to the trailer in the trailer as the trailer spotlights a certain kind of movie magic and charm.
They sure don’t make
movies movie trailers like this anymore.
Happy Throwback Thursday!
Two years meets the time required to be considered a flashback, right?
Regardless of the rules of the social media protocol, it does for today’s installation of Flashback Friday.
A favorite blooper interview (not a blooper reel, but a full-fledged blooper interview) of Jimmy’s Daily Planet is from a couple years ago. Actors Sienna Miller, Daniel Brühl, and Bradley Cooper are promoting their 2015 film Burnt with Willie Geist of NBC’s TODAY Show. While the movie is beautifully (and deliciously) shot with an intriguing story, there are occasional pops of cringe-worthy soundtrack selections and dialogue cooked from over-priced self-immortalization. And this is the fault of the writing and producing, not the acting. Still, despite these flaws unmistakenly burned around the edges and partly into the main story, there’s a great, entertaining movie in Burnt that leaves us all striving to one day afford to eat at the fictional Adam Jones at the Langham.
Luckily, we can experience the real chemistry (and improvisational comedic chops) of actors Sienna Miller, Daniel Brühl, and Bradley Cooper.
If there’s a funnier food dish than Wienerschnitzel said in perfect German, please let me know.
Happy Flashback Friday!
Why wasn’t this clip from a Mark Hamill interview attached to the first teaser trailer for The Last Jedi?
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s clear as a glass of water that Star Wars is kind of a big deal. Even if you aren’t a fan, the cultural impact of Star Wars has and will cross your path somehow, someway. If you follow Jimmy’s Daily Planet (thank you if you do!), then you saw the very first teaser trailer for The Last Jedi last Friday just minutes after 12:00 p.m. ET right here on this blog immediately after it debuted and was officially posted online. The teaser trailer appropriately followed a Last Jedi panel discussion at the 40 Years of Star Wars celebration.
Writer and director Rian Johnson and superstar producer Kathleen Kennedy knew how to treat their audience.
The Last Jedi teaser trailer is awesome. And in the Star Wars mania surrounding this trailer, Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) and Daisy Ridley (Rey) recently did a joint interview with ABC News. The teaser trailer revealed limited details while the aforementioned interview, well, just watch below.
That’s what you call the second teaser trailer for The Last Jedi.