“Star Wars – The Force Awakens” is breaking box office records this holiday season, and some industry experts believe it is poised to become the biggest grossing movie of all time.
It’s no wonder that songs from the soundtrack are hitting the top of the charts as well, whether it be traditional radio, iTunes or streaming services likes Spotify. Here are the five “Star Wars – the Force Awakens” songs that are selling as fast as the movie they came from.
“Deck the Deathstar With Money”
This upbeat ditty features the vocals of George Lucas singing about worldwide merchandising rights while stacking thousand dollar bills in a specially designed counting house he added on his property.
With a dramatic opening that slides into a hypnotic beat, “Profit Force” showcases director JJ Abrams singing about how he used profit lessons he gained from watching the original “Star Wars” 45,000 times before directing “The Force Awakens.”
This soaring theme recalls the classic battle of good and evil as it compares box office figures from the poorly-regarded Star Wars prequel films, and the current earnings of “The Force Awakens” and expected profits of the following two films in the current sequel trilogy.
“There is No Try”
With a jazzy downbeat, and a slow, intimate, personal vocal by newcomer Daisy Ridley, “There is No Try” sings a melancholy tale of learning to use the Force so well, money falls from the sky.
“Wookie Peanut Butter”
This rollicking, be-bop style number shows what can be done by mixing traditional song structure with a modern twist. Featuring Carrie Fisher in a duo with John Boyega, “Wookie Peanut Butter” celebrates the expansion of Star Wars merchandising into every facet of modern life, including peanut butter.
All the popular kids will be at the 2015 Emmy Awards tonight at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Our photogs were not allowed on the site due to some previous problems, but an insider slipped us these sketches from top designers. These are the cool fashions you’ll see at the Emmy’s tonight!
Act fast. Netflix is kicking these classic films off the service. Don’t cry later: “Nobody told me!”
Red Rose, Red Rum, Red Rum
She Never Loved You
The Fly 2
Before They Were Middle-Aged and Tired
Thinkin’ and Drinkin’
Through the decades, some Western movie scenes have become classics, recalled by movie fans around the world. Here are the actual spots where eight of the most iconic movie scenes of all times took place.
James Stewart – Road To Desolation
John Wayne – The Dread Wheel
Randolph Scott – Playa Gunslinger
Gregory Peck – Noon at Navajo Trail
Gary Cooper – She Loved And She Died
Henry Fonda – Snakeskin Runner
Clint Eastwood – Painted Bullets
Paul Newman – Dust and Death
Age is a precarious thing in Hollywood. You get to a certain age, and roles start to dry up.
These stars are staying strong despite the hazards of getting old. In fact, they are much older than you think.
At 175 years old, Tom Hanks has retained his looks and upbeat outlook on life.
Bill keeps surprising us with great acting and an off-camera life of joviality and fun. That’s what keeps him looking good at 350 years old.
Maybe it’s the spirited Aussie blood running through her veins — Cate looks stunning at 225 years old.
Who doesn’t love, love, love Jennifer Lawrence? Smart, talented, attractive and only 125 years old.
An Oscar winner for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, Leto keeps turning in great performances at 410 years old.
For us fans, age doesn’t really matter. It’s the emotions we feel when we see these talented stars in action. Keep going, oldsters.
The Swanson sisters of White Plains continued to argue about who will count and who will work the rope.
An entertainment news site published a feature today on a popular news item, adding nothing and simply explaining the obvious. The headline of the story suggested that the site had uncovered new details, but the wording of the story artfully re-explained old news while breathlessly appearing to seem like new information.
“We are interested in views and clicks to our stories,” the managing editor revealed in a recent phone interview. “Because of the constant need for fresh and exciting news on dull events, we create the illusion there is more going on than is actually happening.
“The trick is to reword each item, and then add personal ‘takes’ like ‘It’s good to see this celebrity is getting back on track,’ or ‘We love this TV show and look forward to the entire cast emerging from rehab.’ It’s these flourishes that give the story new energy and zip.”
Datguyindatding is when you see a person who you are SURE is that character in that movie but you can’t remember his name or the name of the movie. You turn to your friend, “Hey, look over there. It’s that guy who’s in that thing. You know, what’s his name.”
Hal Douglas passed away today at 83. RIP Hal, thanks for the great movie trailers. IN A WORLD…
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have their minds blown by David Blaine. Is it real? Or magic?
This is a promotion for the new old movie “Carrie.” I’m fairly confident I dated this girl.