HBO has been ramping up to next month's 'Game of Thrones'' fourth-season premiere lately with everything from behind-the-scenes featurettes to a mixtape. And none of it has been all that clear on what to expect, other than more blood, more battles and a very long and cold winter.
It has been said recently, and on numerous occasions, that we are enjoying a new golden age of television. It's a point that's hard to argue with. Almost every network has had at least one show that knocked it out of the park.
HBO plans to release a mixtape to promote the upcoming fourth-season premiere of the best show on TV, 'Game of Thrones.' And in a very un-Westeros-like move, the 10-song mix will include tracks by rappers Wale, Big Boi and Common.
You just knew it wouldn't take long for someone to mash-up the latest 'Godzilla' trailer with some 'Breaking Bad' clips. After all, with Bryan Cranston starring in both, it was inevitable. And here it is. You can watch it above.
Given the disastrous experience of the Sex Pistols' sole U.S. tour -- a 1978 jaunt through the deep south that lasted just two weeks before the band broke up in a blur of riots and regret -- the first trip through the states by singer John Lydon (formerly Johnny Rotten)'s post-Pistols project Public Image Ltd. was bound to be a memorable one.
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