1. The voice-overs for the trailer on tv of Jerry Bruckheimer's new movie, King Arthur pronounces the once and future king's name as Ah-tha. Not Are-thur. Is that because the cast is (primarily) English? Are the voice-over people/publicity people ashamed of our good old fashioned American accents? Does this matter to anyone besides Cinecultist? Does this pronounciation give the film — ostensibly an summer action-er with hotties Kiera and Clive which CC is so rushing to see based on Keira's face make-up alone — more gravitas? This picture's is out July 7 by the way, if you needed to mark the calendar or something.
2. The song used for the promo of HBO's new summer movies, the Von Bondies "C'mon C'mon" is a freakin' catchy tune. It makes Cinecultist walk around the apartment flailing the arms about in a mimic of that '50s dance, the swim.
3. The final bit in the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban trailer where Daniel Radcliffe yells out "spector patronum!" give Cinecultist the arm hair goosebumps. 15 days left, baby.
Yay for Summer Movies! They make Cinecultist all stupid and we heart them.Posted by karen at May 19, 2004 11:44 PM