You might have heard “The Night Begins To Shine,” the rockin’ ‘80s-styled track that’s Cyborg’s favorite song on Teen Titans Go! Turns out, the story behind the song is almost as great as the song itself.
Teen Titans Go! did a four-part series about fighting a dragon who wants to steal Cyborg’s favorite song, “The Night Begins to Shine.” (Because that is every dragon’s secret desire.) Following that story, Cartoon Network released the a music video for that song with the classic premise of “defeating evil with the…
It actually makes us feel bad for a couple reasons, first and foremost being that the song is just not very good. But even more unfortunately, we fully expect a legion of jackasses to flood the internet and blame this on the fact that the new Ghostbusters movie stars women.
As is traditional, ignore the actual words of the song — which only have the barest glancing of relevance to the video — and focus on the visuals. Because there’s a woman with pretty awesome powers and a man in a breathing mask fighting against some sort robotic force.
I could not be more excited for the first Disney-Marvel mashup Big Hero 6, coming to theaters this fall. In a new trailer released today at NYC's Comic-Con, we get to see more of the action, backdropped by epic San Fransokyo views and superhero suits that were inspired by visits to real-life robotics labs.
There are almost no words for just how strange an experience watching the eleven videos Fall Out Boy did for their last album is. They basically took the money for music videos and made a horror film instead. It's a thing of utter weirdness even before Elton John shows up as God.
I don't know if anyone else has been watching Fall Out Boy's recent music videos — but their decision to do a video for every song on their latest album, all linked together as a supernatural horror story, is full on BONKERS. And today's features Tommy Lee as Satan. Merry Christmas?
Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy has been having a Cloverfield fangasm, along with some delusions of grandeur. He somehow became convinced that writer Drew Goddard based the entire movie on the band's Infinity on High album. In fact, his story got so extreme that he started saying the movie would sync up with the album,…