Here are the other bits of culture we’ve been getting excited about...
1) Watch The Breaking Bad Final Episode Teaser
How will it all end for Walter White? In an explosion of gunfire in the desert dust? Quite possibly.
Show creator Vince Gilligan revealed that the final episodes of the Meth 'n' death drama wouldn't leave us with any loose ends. “Anyone anxious that there won’t be resolution enough at the end of these eight episodes can rest assured that the story very much reaches resolution," he said. "It will not end in any kind of open-ended sense.” Well, we will find out for ourselves when the last episodes are broadcast in the UK on Netflix on August 12th. Check out this epic trailer featuring Walter White reading Shelley’s Ozymandias (which is about “the inevitable decline of all leaders” – 17th Century Poetry Ed).
2) Watch The Trailer For American Hustle
Director David O.Russell has reunited with his Silver Linings Playbook team of Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence for American Hustle, the tale of a 70s con artist. With it’s period perfect stylings, this funky trailer (yes, I said ‘funky’) reminds us of Casino, Carlito’s Way not to mention a fancy dress party we attended in the mid 90s. I mean, just take a look at everyone’s hair! Goodbye o-zone layer- hello big hair-do's (or don'ts)...
3) Listen To HAIM's New Single
Whilst we countdown the days until HAIM’s debut, they’ve treated us to the glitterstomp of their new single The Wire. Possibly about the moment when Stringer Bell meets Avon on the rooftop. Or not. Anyway, it’s another irresistible slice of summer harmony pop.
4) Watch Madonna’s Trailer
With Madonna celebrating her third decade in pop, what better time for her to give us this trailer for her #SecretProject? Over a panning shot of dancers (about to burst forth) she does a voice over addressing injustice and inequalities. But what does it all mean, Madge? We can’t wait to find out..
5) Take A Good At The Blue Jasmine Trailer
There’s been Oscar talk around Cate Blanchett’s performance as a society wife having a breakdown. Woody Allen’s new film features Sally Hawkins and Alec Baldwin, it’s a typically brilliant cast who star in this Streetcar Named Desire-esque dramedy.