Friday, October 14, 2005

What up, Fog?

Here's news: "Invincible," the second song from Oh No, is featured in The Fog, a soon to be Hollywood blockbuster that opens this weekend. For those of you who don't know, The Fog is a big budget, quite scary retelling of Carl Sandburg's famous poem of almost the same name. Click here to read the poem, and go here to see the trailer.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Joellyn said...

i'm gonna rent the movie when it comes out and just watch it then because i can just find the scene with Invincible and not have to watch the whole thing like I don't want to. I have a grudge against Maggie Grace for making out with my favorite character on Lost and then owning my second favorite. i really don't want to see infinite ass-shots of her in her pjs, unless OK Go happens to be in the background.

8:20 PM  
Blogger elizabertie said...

Ha! Ebert and Roeper gave the Fog the "Wagging Finger Of Shame" this weekend because the studio refused to screen it for them. Man, were they pissed. It was so exciting. You shoulda seen it. He wagged his finger and everything. Ebert's a badass.

1:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow, is that poridge at the end of the clip?

4:56 PM  
Blogger elizabertie said...

Just to clarify, I am VERY, VERY proud of the boys for making it into the movie!! And I think they should be proud too!! Ebert can stick his thumb up his ass if he has any problem whatsoever with the movie.

I love you guys!!!! :)

8:47 AM  
Anonymous agentnum2 said...

You guys are really starting to make it big... dont forget your fans with all of the molah coming in!

3:54 PM  
Blogger h said...

hah.

i hear michael bay is considering developing william carlos williams' the red wheelbarrow into a feature-length all-action movie, with unconfirmed rumours that it may possibly star will smith...

3:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It sounds so haunting that I can hardly wait and thanks for ghostly tidbits:b

9:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope I can go. I'm in college and someone forgot to edit. Need I say more?

9:19 PM  
Anonymous verdi said...

The movie'll probably suck, but that was a lovely poem. Quite short, to the point, suiting say a young couple who have just opened up a catering business in the north wales area.

7:20 PM  

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