Watch the New ‘Man of Steel’ Trailer, “Fate of Your Planet,” Featuring an Ominous General Zod Monologue
General Zod, real name Michael Shannon, aka Nelson Van Alden from Boardwalk Empire, is really heightening my anticipation for the upcoming Superman blockbuster, Man of Steel. “To Cavill, I say this, surrender within 24 hours, or watch this world suffer the consequences” he proclaims in his opening monologue for the new “Fate of Your Planet” trailer, which, impossibly, looks even more epic than the first trailer we saw back in April. As of right now, Star Trek Into Darkness is leading my race for most entertaining Summer film (5 stars, movie was great), but come June 14, I’d be willing to bet Man of Steel will have everyone talking. IMAX 3D here I come.
Man of Steel – Fate of Your Planet
Since their big Swedish House Mafia split, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso wasted no time in getting back together for their ‘Departures’ residency at Ushuaia, Ibiza. Now, the duo is replacing Steve Angello with Disney to contribute an original track, “Roar,” to the upcoming Pixar-produced Monsters University film (the prequel to 2001′s wildly celebrated Monsters Inc). The collaboration will be released on June 4, alongside remixes from Style of Eye and Yogi, and can be previewed in the latest Monsters University trailer, “It All Began Here,” below.
Monsters University – It All Began Here
It’s Wednesday, and that means a new material from The Lonely Island. This time around they’re working with Solange Knowles and Maya Rudolph (who voices the teacher) for an attempted lesson in grammatically correct rap, “SEMICOLON.” Get ready for a whale of a time: Shamu, with the lyric video below, and find The Wack Album out June 11.
iTunes: The Lonely Island – SEMICOLON
After this Wednesday’s extremely disappointing “I F****d My Aunt,” The Lonely Island are back with a much funnier new song and video for “Diaper Money” to help kick off YouTube’s inaugural Comedy Week. This highly enjoyable short sees the trio use alter egos Young Sandwich and J-Orgus to rap about “grown ass man” stuff, like wife pussy, grave plots, and of course, diaper money. The Wack Album drops June 11.
iTunes: The Lonely Island – Diaper Money
Miguel stole the show at tonight’s 2013 Billboard Music Awards, but it wasn’t exactly his vocal performance that had everyone talking. Instead, it was the Grammy Award winner’s devastating leg drop that temporarily stunned two unsuspecting fans during an acrobatic sequence that was reminiscent of Hulk Hogan in his prime.
We’ve already dubbed it the “Miguellotine.”
Last night, Kanye West highlighted the finale of Saturday Night Live with performances of two new songs off his newly named sixth studio album, Yeezus. First we got the loud and frantic “Black Skinhead,” which featured a sample of Marilyn Manson’s “Beautiful People,” a black-and-white Rottweiler backdrop, and the very literally interpreted line, “pardon I’m gettin my scream on.” Next up was the globally-projected “New Slaves,” which Kanye performed in similar style in front of an Oz-like video of his face. Needless to say, Yeezy season is upon us.