I don’t know how I’ve missed this song. Too much Bowie? I like Muse and usually download their stuff. I think the cover of the latest album had me mesmerized every time I looked at it–I can’t stop staring!
Anyway. This is a quiz. I want you to tell me all of the songs this particular song, Panic Stationreminds of you–there are several I can name. Oh, or just artists who could’ve released this as well, but seriously. During one particular part in the chorus, the actual WORD and the way it’s sung sounds JUST like a certain icon.
Daniel Craig — best known as being the darkest, broodiest James Bond ever — is indulging his wackier side as host of this week’s Saturday Night Live.
And based on these promos alongside Taran Killam, the actor is game for some serious silliness, spoofing his tough-guy image (“I don’t like guns!“) in one take, fending off Killam’s amorous advances in another, and — in the best sequence — embarking on a montage that sees the two sharing cupcakes, wearing silly wigs and giant sunglasses, and playing Monopoly.
It’s all such madcap hilarity, Killam dubs it “double-oh heaven” — a Bond pun that sends Craig heading for the exit.”
Let’s watch together…over and over and over, okay?
Daniel’s little shrug before he crams a cupcake into his mouth? Priceless.
And MUSE as the musical guests? I’m in anglophile Double-Oh HEAVEN. If only the musical guest were a very-pregnant Adele, though. I think my head would explode.
Aaaaaand…this is ME realizing I won’t be home to see it–and our DVR isn’t working. Hunter?
“Kate Hudson and fiance Matt Bellamy have a brand-new muse: Their first baby together!
The Oscar-nominated actress, 32, gave birth to a healthy child in Los Angeles on Saturday night.The little one (whose gender is not yet known) joins big brother Ryder, Hudson’s 7-year-old son with ex-husband Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes.”
You now, I love Muse. But Kate Hudson has put a bit of a damper on my love for the British band. Hudson just keeps playing the same role in life (the groupie,Penny Lane whom she played in Almost Famous, anyone?), and the same big-mouthed-laughing blond role in every awful and predictable romantic comedy she signs onto.
I have it on good authority (read: just tellin’ ya what I heard) that Ms. Hudson is an absolute horror to work with, particularly if you have this misfortune of being a female reporter. Watch the eff out is all I’m gonna say.