To celebrate the 50th anniversary of San Francisco’s Blue Bear School of Music, Jack Black joined a group of talented kids from the school to perform a cover of David Bowie’s Suffragette City. This just makes us want a sequel to School of Rock in which the original kids are now the teachers.
Awesome Jack Black
(PG-13: Language) Jack Black and Kyle Gass add their trademark over-the-top stylings to The Beatles double-header You Never Give Me Your Money and The End, with all of the swearing, scat singing, and goofball embellishments you’d expect from the duo. Downloads of the track help support Doctors Without Borders.
Skadoosh! Sure, Kung Fu Panda was formulaic and filled with clichés and fat jokes, but it was still incredibly entertaining. Screen Junkies looks back at the star-studded flick, and how it managed to rise above the rampant mediocrity of other non-Pixar animated movies.
(PG-13: Language) “Someday this will be over.” Jack Black and Kyle Gass talk about rocking hard enough to start an earthquake, their worst live performance, Kanye West, ’80s metal music, famous Tenacious D lyrics, and more while trying to defeat increasingly hotter wings.
What’s this, two Gorillaz albums in less than a year? That’s what appears to be the case with the release of the first single off of THE NOW NOW, a smooth and groovy track featuring vocals from 2D, George Benson, and a music video with a typically effervescent Jack Black.
In The House with a Clock In Its Walls, a kid moves in with his uncle, who turns out to be part of a town of witches and warlocks. They end up trying to stop a demonic clock hidden inside a house. Eli Roth directs this adaptation of a classic children’s book. Premieres 9/21/18.