The cinematic adaptation of Harold Sakuishi's "Beck" finally arrives in Japanese theaters this weekend, and while there's currently no official release date for the film in the United States, international fans can still peep new footage from the film in the form of a new roughly three minute teaser at the film's official Web site that's chock full
It's been a few months since we've checked in on the live action adaptation of Harold Sakuishi's "Beck" manga and subsequent anime series "Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad," but in keeping with the film's September 4 release date, a third, expanded trailer and seemingly complete movie poster have surfaced on the official movie Web site.
Following news from a few weeks back that the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Oasis would be lending music to the "Beck" live action movie soundtrack, fans finally got a taste of what the blend will feel like this weekend as the motion picture began streaming a new teaser trailer at its official Web site.
At 45 seconds long, the brief teaser pretty well sets up the film's premise showing shots of each Beck bandmate on their journey
It's hard to top the excitement behind "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World's" new trailer and news that Beck (among other members of indie rock royalty) will be contributing music to the film, but word that another "Beck," specifically the live action film based on Harold Sakui
Just when you thought that the news about about the "Scott Pilgrim" movie could not get any better, creator Bryan Lee O'Malley drops the news on Twitter that the music for the trailer -- and for Scott's band, Sex Bob-Omb, according to Pitchfork -- was written by Beck. Not only that, but Beck made the songs up based on some "crappy fake lyrics" that O'Malley wrote.
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