The final “Breaking Bad” of 2012 was filled with powerful images — Skyler’s giant pile of money, Jesse breaking down after Walt visits, the prison-execution montage — and callbacks to previous episodes. In that way it felt very much like a finale.
But it’s not, really, and the way “Gliding Over All” ends illustrates the problem with splitting up the show’s final run the way AMC… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad' midseason finale - 'Gliding Over All': Just when Walt thought he was out ...
Rich Ross announced this morning that he is resigning as Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios in this letter he sent to the company’s staff:
For the last 15 years, I have had the opportunity to work with incredibly talented people on behalf of the worlds best loved brand. During that time, weve told some amazing stories around the world, created successful TV programming, movies, and franchises… Continue reading Industry News: Walt Disney Studios Chairman Rich Ross Resigns
Trust us, you want to know what the no-budget version of The Avengers trailer looks like. And no, you’re not the only one who kinda wants to watch this one over the real one.
On one hand it’s surprising to see how easy it is to match up scenes from animated Disney movies with Robert Rodriguez’s crazy-sexy-cool Sin City adaptation, but then again no it isn’t. We’ll take those dancing mice… Continue reading Afternoon Filler: 'The Avengers' Trailer Sweded, Walt Disney's 'Sin City,' and William Shatner's Bohemian Rhapsody
The Superlab has not been a very happy place for Walter White on this season of “Breaking Bad.”
First, Walt (Bryan Cranston) watched as Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) slit Victor’s throat in the season premiere. He has surveillance cameras and Gus’ new underling Tyrus (Ray Campbell) watching him all the time. And now, with Jesse (Aaron Paul) MIA, Walt is having trouble keeping the cook on schedule, as you can see in… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad' preview: Walt vs. the forklift
Walt Disney’s cartoon character Mickey Mouse has turned 82. Mickey Mouse had made his first appearance with sound in ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was the first of his films to be distributed, on November 18, 1928, the New York Daily News reported. He had appeared in ‘Plane Crazy’ six months prior to the release of ‘Steamboat [...] Continue reading Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse celebrates his 82nd birthday