Tonight on Movie News After Dark, it’s time to talk about Breaking Bad (YES!), dig a little deeper into the world of Iron Man, examine spoilers in trailers and get excited for summer movie season. Pretty much the same stuff we do every day, but better.
Victorious! – That’s the way Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan described the oncoming finale of the hit show in this interview with The Daily Beast. He goes on: “Anyone anxious that there won’t be resolution enough at the end of these eight episodes can rest assured that the story very much reaches resolution.” A firm, victorious resolution? Alright, I’m sold. Actually, I was sold before.
J.J. Abrams on Star Wars – Abrams took to The New York Times to talk about Star Trek, Star Wars and a small, $1-million dollar movie he’d like to make along the way (if he can fit it into his ridiculous schedule).
A New Movie Review Aggregator – Could this new project be a RottenTomatoes-like aggregator you can actually use? It’s aim is only to add critics who are of a certain quality. As soon as they add our Rob Hunter, I’ll be impressed. Until then, it’s a nice thought.
Reviewing Iron Man 3 in comic book format – This article from Wired is brilliant, but also presented by the car company with deep product integration in Iron Man 3, so I wouldn’t go calling this a review so much as a piece of marketing. Fun marketing, but marketing.
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