This guy’s starting to mess with his old work as much as George Lucas.
It’s about as original and witty as we feared it would be.
Have him be a police officer that has to drive around every week with Kevin Hart!!!
$5 milkshakes for all.
I guess Donald Glover kept talking about the fun time he had in his two scenes.
Nothing’s funnier than ceremonial murders.
Music is Anderson’s second-biggest calling card. Next to his unabashed love of the Futura font.
The show could live on elsewhere, though.
In the name of art.
Good news for people who like ‘Star Wars’, which is almost everyone.
Josh Broban will host. Whatever.
Two past-their-prime worlds colliding.
He didn’t take it.
Just kidding. It’s a documentary. NO NEED FOR NEW PROPS, PEOPLE!
This is one Cranston away from just turning into ‘Breaking Bad: The Early Years’.
These days, most any film set in Detroit is a horror film, or, at the very least, dystopian.
This is like hating mayonnaise, then finding out your sandwich has mayonnaise on it, then being kicked in the balls.
If it wasn’t for the music, this would be a far more disturbing film.
‘The Bourne Complacency”
Hopefully, this will turn the “End of the World” party into a widely recognized thing.
The hackers will have mohawks and names like FortressBreaker.
Because if you can’t find love with the help of a man who started a riot at Woodstock 99, then you can’t find love.
And the award for “Most Oppressive and Overwarught Draft Coverage” goes to…
Caution: Do not apply with a makeup gun.
The Butler didn’t do it.
If this surprises you then you’re not familiar with ‘True Blood’.
Sunday night belongs to HBO. Not legally, of course. But figuratively.
Maybe this movie was so good it could have made any collection of songs popular.