W Magazine asked Chris Pine, Haillee Steinfeld, Greta Gerwiq, Michael Shannon, Dakota Fanning, Amy Adams, Taraji P Henson, Felicity Jones, Dev Patel, Ruth Negga, Lucas Hedges, Noamie Harris, Matthew McConaughey and Mahershala Ali to read the most covered song I Will Survive and Gloria Gaynor would not petrified of it. That and I think McConaughey has found a new catchphrase to replace alright, alright, alright and it’s hey, hey. hey, Hey, hey I think I like that.
Recently Wonderful Christmastime was named the worst Christmas song ever. Maybe the people who voted for it, will change their minds after hearing this rendition of the Paul McCartney song with him, Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and the cast of sing including Reese Witherspoon, Matthew McConaughey, Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson and Tori Kelly that was performed tonight on The Tonight Show. I know I love the holiday classic even more. That’s right, I always liked the catchy tune.
Did you know that Matthew McConaughey and Naomi Watts have a new movie out in theaters right now. Don’t worry no one else seemed to know about The Sea of Trees is out either. The film that is directed by Gus Van Sant made just $1,877 over the weekend in two theaters. Things got worse from there because on Monday it made $411, Tuesday, $442 and Wednesday it brought in just $164 according to Box Office Mojo. That means that less that 15 people saw it two days ago. Ouch! Ouch! And ouch!
Maybe it is because you can rent it for $6.99 on YouTube, but that would be a nice way to spin it. Let’s be honest, it looks awful and that is why no one is going to see it.
If Matt wants to get people to see his artsy films in theaters, then he needs to make sure he is shirtless throughout it. That would get me to spend $15 on a piece of crap.
Ever wonder what would happen if American Idol and The Voice went to the animals? We will find out this Christmas in the animated soon-to-be classic Sing. That is if this trailer is any indication to how endearing it will be which I am sure it is. I know it brought a huge smile to my face. Who doesn’t love a movie that makes people of all sizes feel like a the kid that they are at heart.
Not only can’t I wait to see it, I also can’t wait to own the soundtrack.
Einstein the Parrot was watching the Oscars and she became so infatuated with Matthew McConaughey that she started to echo his catchphrase. The pretty bird says, “Alright! Alright! Alright!” so perfectly that I almost thought she was the man himself. Can you tell the difference?