First up, Walter White is breaking away from serious roles like Trumbo to join the cast of what movie reboot?

That’s right, he’ll play Zordon in the upcoming Power Rangers reboot due out next May, joining Elizabeth Banks and a bunch of other people I’ve never heard of.

Harry Potter’s brewing up a new magical potion as a farting corpse in the new movie Swiss Army Man, hitting theaters this Friday (we might have to wait a little longer).  And despite people walking out of the film’s debut at Sundance, the actor assures us that the movie has soul … soul-searching, imaginative editing, and really great sound effects.

And finally, 30 years after the original release of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, the movie is getting an official soundtrack from Paramount.  WHEE!  If you can’t possibly wait (and no official track list has been confirmed), the full list of songs used in the film are below.

“Love Missile F1-11” (Extended Version) by Sigue Sigue Sputnik
“Jeannie” (Theme from I Dream of Jeannie)
“Beat City” by The Flowerpot Men
“Main Title / Rebel Blockade Runner” by John Williams (From Star Wars)
“Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want” (instrumental) by The Dream Academy (a cover of a song by The Smiths)
“The Celebrated Minuet” by Luigi Boccherini (Performed by the Zagreb Philharmonic Chamber Studio)
“Danke Schoen” by Wayne Newton
“Twist and Shout” by The Beatles
“Radio People” by Zapp
“I’m Afraid” by Blue Room
“Taking the Day Off” by General Public
“The Edge of Forever” by The Dream Academy
“March of the Swivelheads” (a remix of “Rotating Heads”) by The (English) Beat
“Oh Yeah” by Yello
“BAD” by Big Audio Dynamite
“Go Down Moses” credited to the Fisk Jubilee Singers in 1871 (The dirge-like song that Cameron sings to himself while lying in his sick bed)

courtesy of http://consequenceofsound.net/