2cool4podcast is BACKKKKKK! We talk about a bunch of things as we welcome ourselves back to our weekly podcast show.
- 5:02- Breaking Bad
- 12:18- Breaking Bad
- 15:14- Breaking Bad
- 30:00- Breaking Bad
- 45:00- Breaking Bad
Direct Link: 2cool4podcast- Episode 12
Deadline reported a few days ago that Guillermo Del Toro is working with HBO to concoct a show based on Monster, a manga written by one of the masters of suspense, Naoki Urasawa (2oth Century Boys, Billy Bat). This makes me a happy camper and if I was any happier, I’d be pitching a tent big enough for a summer camp. Guillermo (we’re bros) first took this project to New Line Cinema to adapt it as a movie, but the story proved to be too dense and complex to fit into a feature length film. Also, he’s working with Sherlock and Doctor Who scribe, Steven Thompson, in order to bring Urasawa’s vision to live action format. Continue Reading
Or at least that’s what Neil Gaiman would like to say to reassure the fans of the novel. This project has been ongoing since forever, but without much momentum. Supposedly they have the same people working on Game of Thrones backing this series and they’ll be able to squeeze out at least two seasons out of the first novel- as soon as Neil (we’re amigos) finishes the pilot script to his and HBO’s satisfaction. Continue Reading
…just because. I wonder if they can take all the released trailers and patched them together to create a cohesive little movie, like they did with The Amazing Spiderman. Anyway, here’s the new trailer. Continue Reading
Everybody and their mothers love Game of Thrones. I love the fact that it belongs in the fantasy genre, but only slightly dabbles in mysticism while those elements are handled like mere myths within the story. I love Peter Dinklage (and who doesn’t?). I love the fact that they’re involved in this scuffle over the throne, while the real threat looms behind the wall. I love the high production value of the series and I especially love all the medieval eroticism. Continue Reading
This season promises to be the biggest, most expensive one to date and it clearly shows. Check out the trailer below.
The photo is in no way misleading. Peter Dinklage has apparently been cast in the new X-Men movie…and I’ve never been more excited for the sequel. You may know him as Tyrion Lannister from the wildly popular HBO series, Game of Thrones, and he’s definitely one of the reasons why people tune in. Peter (we were cellmates) has finally been given a role where he could flourish and he was able to steal the spotlight with aplomb on one of the biggest network on television (arguably the biggest right now), so is it any wonder why his Hollywood stock has skyrocketed in the last few years? Continue Reading