nonchalant obsession wrote: Nicole is gonna kick his ass. "Nicole's a very experienced performer." Yes. I'll bet.
I remember Nicole talking about how much she loves FOTC in the past:
“I don’t normally watch TV because I’m so busy but when I get a chance to relax on tour I love to lounge on my bed watching Flight of the Conchords. Those guys are so funny. I love to laugh and they are the funniest ever.”
Scherzinger said: "My dream collaboration would be Flight Of The Conchords. I love them, they are the greatest thing since sliced cheese."
She added that she passed up the chance to meet stars Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement when she was ill because she "didn't want to look too scary and scare them off".
And now she's had the chance to collaborate with Jemaine in MIB3. I always think back to that pic of them with the Pussycat Dolls posted on their MySpace page.
Jemaine wrote:Have we seen this commercial?
Don't think so. I'm sure we would all know about this clip if it was in the public domain. I hope more of Jemaine's NZ adverts that he did in the past turn up.
Some footage from Men in Black 3 screened at CinemaCon and here's a description. Expect further spoilers:
Men in Black 3 (May 25)
Which was a movie that was actually announced at CinemaCon a few years back. We've been kind of dubious of this one, just because we've learned the hard way more than a few times that the third movie in a film franchise is rarely very good, especially when there's such a long wait between installments. This one looks like it could be fun, starting out with Will Smith's J and Tommy Lee Jones' K in a Chinese restaurant filled with aliens and culminating in a fight with an alien that looks like a giant prehistoric fish, which J keeps from biting him in half by putting a metal tray between his legs. As the fish alien is carted off, J says, "That's what happens when you flush goldfish down the toilet."
We see K in a rooftop confrontation with Jemaine Clement's baddie Boris the Animal and we see how Boris' hands have spikes coming out of them. Just as he's about to fire spikes at K, J arrives on the roof and when he opens the door, it stops the flying spikes as Boris advances on them and they both fall of the side of the building, still hanging onto the door. We then see K sitting in a chair and using a device on himself that causes him to disappear. Emma Thompson's O tells J that K used a time machine to travel to the past, but J doesn't believe that time travel is possible and that if it was, he should have been told, but apparently, it's above his paygrade.
Deciding to go after K, J is at the top of the Chrysler Building being told to jump in order to go back in time for 24 hours to find K and when he finally does it, we see him falling down into an era of dinosaurs, but as he keeps falling, the buildings of New York start building themselves up as time starts moving forward and he lands just inches from the ground.
We then see his first encounter with the younger K, played by Josh Brolin, pretty much as has been shown in the earlier trailers, and though it's the '50s, the "Men in Black" still have some cool vehicles including a couple of one-wheeled cycles that they sit in and can zoom around on, and some really clunky jetpacks that are larger than the agents themselves. There's a funny bit where K is using a really large portable phone that J yells "Don't put that near your head!" ('cause now we know of the radiation in those things) as well as another funny bit where J learns that Andy Warhol, played by Bill Hader, is actually a Men in Black agent, and they get into a bit of a scuffle.
This footage really changed my mind about this movie and I think that it could actually be a great return for Will Smith (who looks like he hasn't aged since the last "Men in Black" movie) and that it will be just as much fun as the first two movies.