The music video for the Mumford & Sons single “Lover of the Light” has been released, and it shows that Idris Elba has a great eye as a director.
If there’s one thing that this weekend’s Men in Black 3 does, it’s offer a particular nostalgia. No, not for when Will Smith movies were good (Yeah, Hancock is the kind of stink that sticks around, Will. Sorry), but for when pop songs were part of the whole movie package.
In addition to six new series’, Felicia Day’s Geek and Sundry YouTube channel includes a brand new The Guild music video called “I’m The One That’s Cool.”
Young Adult star Patton Oswalt and director Jason Reitman shoot a parody of the “Angry Voicemail” viral video for a PSA touting Alamo Drafthouse’s strict no-texting policy.
Darren Aronofsky’s music video for Metallica and Lou Reed’s “The View” harkens back to the director’s first film, Pi.
Darren Aronofsky is directing the “Iced Honey” music video for Lou Reed and Metallica’s recent collaboration Lulu.
Iron Man 2 star Don Cheadle transforms into the power-mad environmental protector in a new video from Funny or Die.
Fight for Your Right Revisited, a short film directed by the Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch and starring Elijah Wood, Seth Rogen and Danny McBride, is now online.
Paul stars Nick Frost and Simon Pegg set out to create a scene-for-scene remake of the entire Star Wars saga and fail hilariously.
Robert Rodriguez hooks up with Kobe Bryant and Nike to pitch a new movie starring the baller’s kick-ass alter-ego/sneaker line, the Black Mamba.
The Black Keys unveil a new music video on IMDb made up as a trailer for a star-studded revenge flick featuring the likes of Todd Bridges, Shaun White and Corbin Bernsen.
A federal judge in West Virginia has dismissed 7,097 unidentified defendants accused by Axel Braun Productions of illegally sharing copies of Batman XXX: A Porn Parody. Only one defendant remains in what was described in November as the largest single BitTorrent lawsuit.