Winter is coming, blah, blah, blah, just get me Game of Thrones the fourth season and get it now; the Interstellar is light on story, but heavy on McConaughey at his silken-voiced finest; the Weinstein's are back baby, and you'll never work in this town again (if you're a non-sequel); and because this is Los Angeles, you're welcome for Sriracha: The Movie.
- Neither an official teaser or trailer, HBO has given us alms for the poor by way of a five second look at the upcoming fourth season of Game of Thrones. Their end of the year promo looks ahead to 2014, and around the 1:35 mark we get a delectable tiny snippet of King Joffrey scowling, Sansa victorious, and Tyrion in chains. Winter can't come fast enough. [YouTube]
- Christopher Nolan's new teaser for Interstellar doesn't tell much by way of story, but damn is good to hear Matthew McConaughey speak. Which is pretty much all it is. [YouTube]
- The most fearsome brothers in Hollywood, Harvey and Bob Weinstein, will be reuniting with Miramax almost a decade after their 2005 split from the company, which was owned at the time by Disney. Once one of the most innovative studios in the game, according to Harvey, their first order of business will now be doing sequels from movies in the Miramax vault, like Good Will Hunting. How do you like them apples? [NYT]
- File this under "Most L.A. Thing Ever"—on the heels of the news that the Sriracha plant in Los Angeles is being shut down due to local resident complaints, we now have Sriracha: The Movie. Because, of course. (To be fair, it's a documentary, but still.) [NPR]
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