This week’s edition of Digital Wire Blu-ray Releases features news on upcoming home video releases for the winter action hit Kingsman: The Secret Service, the latest DC Universe animated film, Wes Anderson’s sublime coming-of-age fable Moonrise Kingdom, and a completely bizarro tale of humans attempting to live among the wildest of animals and the gruesome hilarity that ensues.
Below you’ll find info on several future home video releases complete with technical specs, release dates, and links to pre-order at Amazon, as well as a list of titles coming out this week.
Tonight marked Tina Fey and Amy Poehler‘s return to NBC for their third and final time hosting the Golden Globe Awards ceremony. Leading up to the event, the former SNL cast mates said they wouldn’t be holding back on the jokes this year and that everyone was a potential target.
As expected Bill Cosby, who’s been in the news a lot lately for allegations of rape, was on the chopping block as both comediennes did spot-on impressions of the comedian and JELL-O pudding pusher. Other celebrities highlighted in the opening were actor George Clooney and his activist lawyer wife Amal Alamuddin Clooney, as well as Wes Anderson, Emma Stone, Matthew McConaughey, and as usual, fellow SNL alum Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Watch Fey and Poehler’s entire opening monologue from the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards here below.
We saw regular trailers for director Wes Anderson‘s magnificent looking new film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and we also saw a character trailer among various other peeks at the movie. And so, now that it has officially been released, it is time to eat.
A video was released not too long ago for the movie, in which you too can learn how to make the legendary “courtesan au chocolat” pastries crafted by renowned patisserie Mendl’s of Zubrowka.
Be sure to continue on below now to check out the video!
We’ve already seen an excellent trailer for the unmistakably Wes Anderson-directed dark comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel.
If that peek at the movie wasn’t enough to sate your appetite, another trailer has been released introducing us to the large cast of characters you’ll see in the film, as well as the many recognizable (and sometimes not so recognizable) faces who are playing them.
You know director Wes Anderson for his quirky directing style and movies like The Royal Tenenbaums filled with awkward, anachronistic characters. But what if the American filmmaker were to make a horror movie? On last night’s Saturday Night Live, the sketch show gave us a tease of just what that would be like with a trailer for Wes Anderson’s The Midnight Coterie Of Sinister Intruders.
In the trailer, SNL host Edward Norton, who starred in Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom and will also appear in the director’s upcoming The Grand Budapest Hotel, plays Owen Wilson (a frequent Anderson collaborator) as a family man who’s home is invaded by 70’s suit-wearing masked killers carrying cleavers and an old record player. The spoof incorporates a lot from The Royal Tenenbaums, including a moody, smoking Gwyneth Paltrow.