TV & Film
With Black Panther still in the box office top ten, it’s strange that it actually got released on DVD & Blu-ray this week, but I guess Disney didn’t expect it would still be going strong three months later. Nevertheless, the film’s home video release brings us another great video after the Honest Trailer earlier this week, this time from the good folks over at How it Should Have Ended.
As always, there are some great moments from the film that get spoofed here, but ultimately, the ending offered up here is somewhat more satisfying than the one we got in the movie. Had Black Panther let Killmonger live and then returned to Oakland with him at the end, he could’ve been a valuable asset to them, but this is a Marvel movie, meaning we’ve got to kill that villain before the credits roll.
I guess since Black Panther’s currently dead in the MCU continuity, it’s a little late for Monday morning quaterbacking on his flick. There’s no way he’s staying dead though, not after the box office run he had. Perhaps Kevin Feige will show up and use his Infinity Stones to bring them all back in the next Avengers flick. You never know. But if not, count on the folks over at How it Should Have Ended making that video in a year or so.
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Rumors had been swirling for years that Brian Henson, son of the late Jim, was going to be directing a raunchy murder mystery set in a world where humans and puppets co-exist. Well, we now have confirmation that the film not only exists, it’s coming out at the end of this summer.
The Happytime Murders is indeed set in a Muppets-esque world where puppets are autonomous and have their own filthy habits that make them almost human. When the members of a former television program called The Happyland Gang start getting murdered, it’s up to hard-nosed cop Melissa McCarthy and her puppet partner to find out who’s been rubbing out these former celebrities.
It’s a novel premise and nicely fits that niche of foul-mouthed puppet movies that includes Team America: World Police and Peter Jackson’s Meet the Feebles. It’s a small niche, but it exists, and I hope that it’s going to be as funny as this trailer makes it look.
I also love the tagline: “No Sesame. All Street.” Pretty clever. I see what you guys did there. I also wonder if they’d be able to use that tagline without Brian Henson’s involvement. Thank goodness we’ll never have to wonder. The Happytime Murders opens in theaters everywhere on August 17.
Country singer Luke Bryan has just been tapped as judge in the upcoming "American Idol" reboot. According to Variety, Bryan will be joining Katy Perry in the panel after she signed a deal with ABC sometime in May. A third judge will also be announced in the coming months. The same publication noted…