Online Viewing: 'Extras', 'Idiocracy', Michael Cera, Gondry

extras season two— Ricky Gervais in BBC export to HBO: Extras – Season Two. Yahoo features a 12 minute preview of Ep. 1 (Pop Candy). Premiering January 14th, the new season features appearances by Orlando Bloom (in preview), Daniel Radcliffe, Chris Martin, Sir Ian McKellen, and David Bowie (featured – archives).

— Arrested Development’s Michael Cera in Impossible is the Opposite of Possible, in homage to Yale grad Aleksey Vayner and his hot-shot video resume that launched a thousand blog quips . (Gawker)

— Solace in Cinema digs up clips and a trailer in anticipation of the January 7th DVD release of Idiocracy, the Mike Judge directed, Luke Wilson-in-(is)-the-future comedy that Fox released into as few theaters as possible – effectively dumping it – quietly, like so many unwanted kittens into the river.

— “We like to stick our forks in each others’ salad” – Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (Babel), Alfonso Cuaron (Children of Men), and Guillermo Del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) talk up their friendships, and each others’ films with Charlie Rose. – 57 minutes. (Twitch)

— A touch on the old side, but as opposed to faked rubik’s cube tomfoolery, there’s both length and breadth to this 50 minute sit-down between Michel Gondy and another guy who pays the rent via dream sequences – Harvard sleep researcher Robert Stickgold – RE: dream interpretation, the creative process, and The Science of Sleep. (Activity Book)

Posted by Ted Zee on January 03rd 2007 | Home Page | 2 Comments Subscribe to this site's feed

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  1. matt Says:

    the entire series 2 has been available as torrents online for quite some time. the david bowie and harry potter episodes are hilarious

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