'Better Call Saul!' - Leaked TV Intro

The next great classic! The buzz around the watercooler and Nescafe machine for the past few months has been that AMC is contemplating a Breaking Bad spin-off series following shady lawyer/snappy dresser Saul Goodman. This week, they pulled the trigger and gave the green light to Better Call Saul!, a series that will serve as a prequel to Saul's adventures in the world of methamphetamine. With the help of Hollywood contacts that we haven't upset yet, we were able to get our hands on the show's opening credits scene. Looks like it will be a classic!

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'Better Call Saul' Clip Shows When Mike Met Saul (It's Heartwarming)

The show premieres on Sunday, February 8th, and another episode airs the next night. Do you remember the show Breaking Bad? Well, it was on about a year ago, and it was REALLY good. Around the time it ended, it was announced that a Saul Goodman spinoff would be taking place in that same universe. And sure enough...it's happening. We've reported on Better Call Saul's progress a lot, and now we're getting to the fun stuff. In this scene, we see Saul meet Mike. It's love at first sight, as the screencap demonstrates. Because we have the benefit of hindsight (and foresight) for this show, we know Mike isn't one to be trifled with. Yet that's what Saul does. He trifles. He's a trifler. And what happens to triflers? That's right. They get tossed in arm-bars by old men. (Vulture)


There's Justice For All In This 'Better Call Saul' Music Video

Toe tappin'. Better Call Saul show creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould proved that, in addition to amazing television, they can also write a catchy diddy. The pair penned the lyrics to this song from Junior Brown that runs down the types of scumbags that Saul is going to probably allow to walk free. Congratulations are in order for Saul Goodman. It takes a special kind of TV attorney to inspire a ballad. And this one is even better than Ozzy Osbourne's "Perry Mason."


Another 'Better Call Saul' Trailer Goes More Drama, Less Comedy

I'm starting to think this show could get really dark and heavy. A few days back, when many of us were running around shopping of cooking, or locking ourselves in rooms ignoring our looming shopping and cooking responsibilities, AMC doled out another Better Call Saul trailer for our enjoyment/curiosity. With this trailer, it's clear that the show focused on the guy who played the comic relief on Breaking Bad could be just as dark this time around. We see him gagged, mugged, poor, and hungry. It still looks awesome, mind you. Just awesome in a way that the Saul Character didn't convey in the earlier series. GO SAUL!


Money Is The Point In Extended 'Better Call Saul' Preview

This trailer meets the requisite amount of getting-beat-up-in-the-desert scenes. While this extended preview of the Breaking Bad spin-off series, Better Call Saul, doesn't delve into the events that have caused Saul to age backwards like Benjamin Button, it does give us a good look at what we can expect. We'll be seeing another character's descent into corruption. But with more jokes this time. In this extended preview, we see the early days of Jimmy McGinty as his money problems plant the seed for his later corruption. It also serves as a reminder to always be kind to your parking attendant. You never know when they could actually be trained killers. Better Call Saul premieres on February 8th. Followed by a new episode of recap series, Saul Train.


Batman Gives Bruce Wayne A Call

What? Isn't this how we all spend our Friday nights?? [post-album postid="211258" item="3"]Forget about David Mamet's Atlantic Acting School and all the other distinguished learning centers devoted to the craft of performance. Aspiring actors need look no further than this clip from the 1960's "Batman" television series for all the tools they'll need. Discovered on BuzzFeed, Adam West does what we all thought impossible. In a master performance, he conducts a phone conversation with himself as both Bruce Wayne and Batman. The only way this could be funnier is if he were in his Batman costume, or if it was Christian Bale growling at himself.


'Godzilla' Really Upsets Bryan Cranston In The Latest Trailer

They really got off on the wrong foot. If you've been watching the last few Godzilla trailers, you know that Bryan Cranston seems to hate the crap out of the giant monster. The latest, extended trailer fills in the gaps to explain the Cranston-Godzilla beef. You see, it seems that Godzilla forced Cranston to have to kill his own wife. Talk about bad first impressions. That would cheese me off too. Team Cranston! Even though he's being a bit of a hypocrite here.


Find Out Why 81 Movies Are Called That In Two Minutes

Oh, THAT'S why it's called that. All movie fans long for the moment when the movie's title is spoken in the dialogue. I always get really excited when I can sense that it's coming, and when it does, I tend to freak out and throw popcorn everywhere. Suffice it to say, by the time this video was over, I was calf-deep in popcorn and drenched in sweat. Anyway, the video is pretty cool/funny, which is what you want in a supercut. I think my favorite one is "Back ... TO THE FUTURE!" about 17 seconds in just because Christopher Lloyd is so committed to saying it. (via BuzzFeed)


Don't Call The 'Happy Feet 2' Teaser A Comeback

Like penguins? [post-video postid="212993"] People love penguins. And if those penguins have cute and non-threatening hip hop attitude and are animated, people love them even more. So, it stands to reason that people are going to love this teaser for Happy Feet 2, which features adorable penguins performing penguin-y renditions of "Mama Said Knock You Out" and "Sexyback." So if you like penguins, but you hate Jim Carrey, this will probably be the penguin movie you look to for your penguin-related entertainment needs this year. Happy Feet 2 also stars Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Hank Azaria, Pink, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and Sofia Vergara.