'Avatar' Theme Song – Is it Better Than 'Titanic'?
Scoop This: 'Avatar' Song, Portman as Ballerina and Michael Bay's Victoria's Secret Commercial
The theme song-of-sorts for James Cameron's Avatar has finally arrived online. It's called "I See You", and it's performed by Leona Lewis. Like Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic, "I See You" is another slow romantic tune that's sure to land an Oscar nod (but may be a little too boring to actually win that Oscar). Lewis certainly sounds good belting out these lyrics, but, unlike Dion's song, there's just nothing catchy about this one. Here, listen to it below and let us know what you think.
Check Out Portman as a Ballerina
While she's not exactly in full ballerina form, the first images of Natalie Portman on the set of Black Swan have arrived online. They show a bundled up Portman walking down a street in New York City. In the film, which is directed by Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler), Portman stars as a ballerina who finds herself all wrapped up in a nasty competition with a rival ballerina (played by Mila Kunis). Thing is, Portman's character doesn't know whether her arch-nemesis is real or just a figment of her imagination. Sounds pretty warped, but with Aronofsky behind the camera it should be a wild ride.
Michael Bay Directed a Victoria's Secret Commercial?
He's actually directed Victoria's Secret commercials before, but Michael Bay's latest ad for the ladies lingerie outlet is causing a whole bunch of noise online as it's, well, ridiculously over the top. In true Bay fashion, this new commercial highlights the finer points of ladies underwear – meaning, ya know, helicopters, sharp knives and dangerous explosions. Because Victoria's Secret wants you to know just how much you're risking your life while wearing their underwear?
You know what Victoria's secret really is, right? I think it's that she secretly adores Michael Bay movies. Why? We have no idea. What do you think? Too over the top? Just right? Watch the commercial below…
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