Thanks to Warner Bros. Pictures for hosting their own trailer.
I still haven’t seen Wonder Woman, there has been hints that I might get the BluRay for Christmas. I’ve heard nothing but good things.
I need to rewatch Batman v Superman again, mostly from the actual fight to ending, as that’ll be the parts I’ll want to see again. That and the gorgeous Gal Gadot’s scenes from earlier in the film. Her face is flawless, or super smooth looking, I don’t know, there is something simply attractive about her. Maybe I’ll just watch the Batman / Bruce Wayne scenes, if only there was a supercut of just that, as that way, I get to see the mini-trailers for Flash, Cyborg and Aquaman, too.
My main takeaway from the trailer was the Heroes (We Could Be) song. A song I first heard the Wallflowers perform for the 1998 Godzilla soundtrack. Then, I was pretty surprised to discovered that it was a David Bowie song.
Thanks to emimusic for hosting the video.
I’ve never been a big fan of David Bowie, outside of Jennifer Connelly’s Labyrinth. I wasn’t exposed to his music, he’s been mostly a legendary name and a character in history that I’m aware of his personality more than his music. To the point where I didn’t even know the Wallflowers were doing a cover for a song. I don’t think anyone mention that, way back in 1998.
Thanks to Wilson Mellizo for hosting the video.
Not only do I associate that song with the Wallflowers, first, but I also associate it with 2001’s Moulin Rouge!
Thanks to norm316 for hosting this video.
The Elephant Melody is my favorite song from the film, and the scene I’ve seen the most. I recall recording this off of MTV or VH1, as the video was super popular. I would rewatch it so many times, as the concept of it, blew me away. Who knew that taking one line from 15 songs would meld so well together. This was years before Glee would popularize (to me) the concept of mishmash-ing songs.
I historically run pretty cold on Nicole Kidman. To the point where I say I’ve only liked her in two films, 1995’s Batman Forever (her hottest role) and Moulin Rouge! I just don’t gravitate to her films. I’ve seen Far and Away (in high school), Practical Magic (it was on ABC Family), Eyes Wide Shut (for Kubrick and LeeLee Sobieski – it was age appropriate as she’s apparently only a year younger than me), The Others (that I hated, like Patch Adams hated), Golden Compass (my wife liked the books and we were promised a trilogy that never came).
She’s apparently going to be in Aquaman as Queen Atlanna (see what they did there?)
She hosted Saturday Night Live once, way back in 1993. With the Stone Temple Pilots as the musical guest. She’s between Rosie O’Donnell and Charlton Heston. Remember when Rosie O’Donnell was way into Tom Cruise? That’s my Rosie O’Donnell knowledge, that and she lends her voice to Tarzan’s buddy in the Disney film.
Thanks to DC and MARVEL for hosting this video. She’s so great in that film.
There, I took you from Justice League to Batman, it so is a full circle.