Not to alarm you or send you stumbling too quickly away from our site to ProFlowers or anything, but Valentine’s Day is Sunday. And there’s a fairly good chance that …Read More
Did Neighbors leave you longing for more college shenanigans, more beer bongs and bong-bongs and naked coeds and Zac Efron-as-twink? Did you think, “Hey! Why didn’t they make Rose Byrne dress up like a cheerleader?” or “Hey! Why doesn’t a girl get thrown through the windshield of a moving vehicle?” Yeah? You did? Well, we’ve got some exciting news for you: all of that can be found in the new trailer for Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, a movie that exists and will be released May 20.
This December, only one thing can match the omnipresence of Star Wars: Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” which has managed to rule the music headlines since its summertime release. Much of that continued relevance is thanks to Drake’s video, which is just him in cool sweaters and Moncler coats, dancing like a Canadian in rooms he’d rather were designed by James Turrell. And that relevance continues today, thanks to the font of celebrity.
The people who made the trailers for The Night Before seem to have a better idea of what it should be than the people who made the …Read More
Watch: Jesse Custer, the Angelic/Demonic Man of the Cloth, Gets Violent in Trailer for Seth Rogen’s ‘Preacher’
If you’ve been curious — ever since the announcement that Seth Rogen was co-developing and co-directing (at least the pilot of) AMC’s series adaptation of Preacher — to see how Rogen (and frequent partner Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg) would visualize something as grand and abstract as the search to find God, a decent glimpse has finally been provided.
James Franco involves himself in so many projects that every once in a while — despite not wanting to at first admit it — they sound wholly enticing, and not even in a troll-y way.
The film, which screened as the Centerpiece selection of the New York Film Festival last weekend, is a reminder of Sorkin’s true gifts as a dramatist; it also boasts a crackerjack ensemble cast, subtle yet substantial direction by Boyle, and a welcome explosion of exceedingly tedious biopic …Read More