Entertainment Link-Off: S.A.D.

In theatres this weekend, there’s the sequel to the 3D schlock-fest Journey to the Center of the Earth titled Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. Instead of having Brendan Fraser in the leader, Dwayne Johnson has taken over this time around. There’s also the CIA action thriller Safe House starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds. And finally, just in time for Singles Awareness Day… I mean Valentine’s Day, there’s the romance drama The Vow starring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams. Oh what the heck, let’s start this ELO with the Canadian leading lady shall we?

After the jump, a few new movie trailers to check out (including Spidey), Dwayne Johnson wants to be president, watch Superman and Batman discuss social media and new music videos from the cast of New Girl as well as Joseph Vincent and Lights.

The film has quite the solid cast including Steve Carrell, Keira Knightley, Connie Britton and Patton Oswalt. The trailer looks quite good as well. Perhaps this summer rom-com just might turn out to be a pleasant surprise. Have a look at the trailer for Seeking A Friend for the End of the World. (Yahoo)

The trailer for the Matt Damon-free Bourne flick The Bourne Legacy has hit the internet! (Apple)

Wait what? Did Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson just reveal his intentions to become president of the United States one day??? (Moviefone) For some reason, I feel that Steve would wholeheartedly support this idea.

With Christopher Nolan being done with the Batman series after The Dark Knight Rises, let’s imagine a reboot to be done in the future. Let’s consider what Batman would turn into if other feature film directors took the helm. (LA Times)

I guess we all do love a good ol’ fashioned Hollywood ending. Here’s a look at 15 films that critics loved yet the audience hated. (Pajiba)

Add feature film director to the list of credentials under Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He’s set to direct a comedy co-starring Scarlett Johansson. Now there may be scheduling issues which may affect his involvement in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained… but he’s working with ScarJo! That’s worth it right? (Deadline)

Last weekend’s Super Bowl not only featured a fun exciting game, there were also the commercials. Sure you may have seen them by now, but have you wondered which ones were made by feature film directors? (Slashfilm)

Breaking down the parody short The Death and Return of Superman. To add to that, Max Landis (the one who made the film) responded to the article. (Movies.com)

Perhaps their age and all that wear and tear is catching up to them… Ah-nold and Sly chill together while they go for shoulder surgery. (Entertainment Weekly)

Interactive music video for the theme song to FOX’s New Girl. It’s actually quite fun. (FOX)

Ok, it’s not as brilliant as the Subway campaign that kept Chuck alive at NBC, but at least fans love to create fun/silly ideas to keep their favourite show alive. Fans of FOX’s Terra Nova plan to inundate Kevin Reilly with plastic dinosaurs in hopes for another season of the show. (Blastr)

Now that’s quite the milestone. The Simpsons hits 500 episodes and now the creators share some untold stories from behind the scenes over the years. (The Hollywood Reporter)

So the teaser trailer didn’t look all that great, but the latest full theatrical trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man does look encouraging. Certainly looks like Marc Webb and his gang are actually doing something right.

Thought Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs was a fun animated flick? How about checking out a brief live action short that summarizes the film? It’s actually quite amusing.

Watch Superman and Batman discuss social media.

Closing off this entry with some music videos. Kicking it all off with the latest from Joseph Vincent. Just in time for February 14th, his new single highlights the low-lights of Valentine’s Day. Here’s S.A.D. (Single Awareness Day).

Lights just released a new video for her latest single Banner. Enjoy.


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