Posts Tagged ‘Theme’
If You Didn’t Think Andrew Garfield Could Get Any Cuter, You MUST Watch Him Sing The Spider-Man Theme Song!
Andrew Garfield must have gotten bit by a radioactive folk singer, because all of a sudden the man can rock an acoustic guitar!
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star makes his musical debut for Jimmy Fallon with a totally apropos song given today’s movie release!
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3 Irish Guys Strip Down Friends Theme I’ll Be There For You! Watch HERE & Prepare To Have Your Heart Melted!
Sure, we sort of miss having that quick clapping sesh at the beginning, but this slowed-down, unplugged performance of the Friends theme is sort of making our day, our week, our month, or even our YEAR!
Three Irish lads, Glenn Murphy, Oisin O’Callaghan, and Ronan Scolard, sat down at their piano …
- Use Leafeon’s Energy Crush attack to turn the power of opposing Pokémon on themselves, and make sure no Pokémon can escape when you unleash Cofagrigus’s Elongating Arms attack!
- Espeon keeps the reinforcements coming with Psy Alert, and Muk deals damage and heals itself.
- Then, when Beedrill Confuses and Poisons using Swift Sting, it won’t take a mind-reader to know that the shattered remnants of the forces facing you have been crushed!
Mash your opponents’ minds with mental might when you play the Psy Crusher theme deck!
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Though the opportunity was sadly overlooked in the first Hunger Games film, Lionsgate may at last give us the opportunity to ride around with our legs playfully dangling from the holes in Wes Bentley’s beard. The studio is reportedly chasing the idea of developing their massive franchise into a weirdly-dystopian amusement park.
“We have been approached in two different territories about potential theme park opportunities, which gives you a sense of the cultural impact of this franchise,” Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer told analysts today in a conference call, robotically adding, “We are excited about those opportunities and are pursuing them.”
The studio has not revealed where these distinct territories lie nor explained how depressing class disparity and teen-on-teen murder will be turned into a fun experience for the whole family. Woody’s Wild Log Ride will probably help, though.
Pitbull’s “Back in Time”–the sample-heavy, subtext-free Men in Black III theme in which Pitbull (and by extension, though his silence, Will Smith) boldly but tastefully declared he “don’t give a number two”–now has a music video. It is not a very good music video, as it is mostly just an enthusiastic Pitbull dancing, sneering (is that smiling?), and sometimes howling to the sample he is very proud of picking out. But it does reveal some new footage from the new MiB film, if you’re into that. It also reveals that Pitbull’s accompanying gesture for “not giving a number two” is holding up two fingers, which is sort of a letdown. I’d always pictured Pitbull doing a finger-waggle with sort of a pouty squat.
PITMIB 4 EVER.
Our “walk wit’ me [Will Smith]” has ended. Despite Smith’s effectiveness at lending Big Willie Style to the original Men in Black theme, he will not be the one supplying Men in Black 3 with its signature theme. Pitbull will do that now, because director Barry Sonnenfeld’s teenage daughter is really into Pitbull.
The song is called “Back in Time”–a nod to the film for some reason involving time travel despite already having a bunch of aliens and shit–and of it, P. Bull said (via):
“It’s an incredible honor to be a part of such an amazing franchise as Men in Black and I have so much respect for Will Smith, especially with our similar musical backgrounds,” says Pitbull. “Wanting to keep the music fun yet modern, we used the slogan of the movie and flipped it back into the song that ‘in order to understand the future, you have to go back in time.'”
They flipped it back! That’s almost as powerful as Smith asking us “make your neck work.” Sonnenfeld added:
“My 19-year-old daughter turned me on to Pitbull. I’m thrilled that he wrote such a great song for our movie that totally gets it.”
Well, so long as he gets it. And so long as “it” is “Will Smith goes back in time to see Josh Brolin’s Tommy Lee Jones impersonation.”
It remains to be seen if anyone will slide wit’ Pitbull.
LIKE GOLDENTUSK ON FACEBOOK. www.facebook.com for UPDATES!!! BEHIND THE SCENES!!! LYRICS!!! POPCORN!!! PEANUTS!!! A Superman Theme Song Parody, sung to the tune of the One and Only Superman Theme Song, quite possibly the greatest theme song ever composed. Photos from: www.pdfoto.com, http www.morguefile.com, http en.wikipedia.org www.picfindr.com, http www.sxc.hu, and http Superman was my first theme song, in a long line of Theme Song Parody Homages. Superman is one of the greatest icons in history. He is an ideal. I loved the movies as a kid, and thought the comics were amazing. I still remember how crushed I was when he died in the books, how elated I was at the whole Four Superman Rebirth storyline; I really liked Superman. Christopher Reeves was just the total embodiment of that character and I still can really only think of him as the Man of Steel himself. Superman, Kal-El, Son of Jor-El, is sent as a baby from the collapsing Planet Krypton to Earth. He crash lands in Smallville where Ma and Pa Kent find him and raise him as their own child, Clark Kent. He matures and becomes very aware of his super-abilities: Super strength, super speed, heat vision, icy cold breath, and near invincibility unless he goes near Kryptonite. He decides to protect Earth, his new home to use his powers for Truth, Justice, and the American Way. Lex Luthor is a diabolical madman bent on ruling the world and, subsequently, the ultimate destruction of Superman or anything else that would dare …