BY: SHANE NEWELL
MUSIC: Bob Dylan’s new album entitled “Shadows in the Night,” features 10 Frank Sinatra covers, including “Autumn Leaves,” and “What’ll I Do.” The album is scheduled to release on Feb. 3. Diana Krall soars on her new cover album, “Wallflower,” which will finally release on Feb. 3. She covers famous classics such as “Desperado” and “I’m Not in Love” on the smashing new LP.
Imagine Dragons returns with its sophomore album, “Smoke + Mirrors,” on Feb. 17. Led by the single, “I Bet My Life,” the new album is looking to capitalize on the band’s mainstream success.
TV: Saul Goodman is back! “Better Call Saul” premieres on AMC on Feb. 8. The show stars Bob Odenkirk, known for his role as “Saul Goodman” on “Breaking Bad.” Former “Breaking Bad” alumnus Jonathan Banks will reprise his role.
After the very successful “Black-ish,” ABC plans to debut another sitcom based on cultural identity. “Fresh Off The Boat” features an Asian-American family adjusting to life in Orlando after living in Washington D.C.’s Chinatown, and is loosely based off of food personality Eddie Huang’s memoir. It will air on Feb. 10.
The Odd Couple features newly divorced buddies Felix (Thomas Lennon) and Oscar (Matthew Perry) living the single life. Based off of the 1965 play written by Neil Simon, this is the fourth time an adaptation of the story has reached the screen. It is set to premiere Feb. 19.
FILM: Following their last feature film, “Cloud Atlas,” Andy and Lana Wachowski return with “Jupiter Ascending” on Feb. 6. The sci-fi film stars Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis and Eddie Redmayne. The film was originally set to be released in July 2014, but it was postponed.
SpongeBob SquarePants is hitting the big screen once again! He returns alongside his underwater friends in “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water,” on Feb. 6. IMDB reports the film is about SpongeBob leaving the ocean in search of a stolen recipe.
Time travel just got a lot more fun. “Hot Tub Time Machine 2” returns to theaters on Feb. 20. The film is a sequel to the 2010 film of the same name, minus John Cusack. Adam Scott and Chevy Chase are among the film’s stars.