Everyone loves a good cameo, and Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways To Die In The West is packed with a number of them. Easily the most talked about special appearance in the film is the surprise reveal of Christopher Lloyd as Doc Brown from the Back to the Future Trilogy, and thanks to the featurette clip inside we now know how it all came to be.
Ever wonder what happened to Haley Joel Osment? Well, if so you might well welcome the trailer for the new sex-comedy Sex Ed, which has the former child star playing a hapless sex-ed teacher who lives the cliché, "those who can't do, teach." See, Ed (Osment's character) is a virgin. And hilarity ensues!
It’s always been assumed that filming a Hollywood sex scene is one of the most unpleasant experiences that two actors can go through. Most of the time they barely know the person who is clambering, sweating and prodding away at their body, and, just to make things that extra bit awkward, there are normally at least a dozen other strangers in the room staring down and judging their bedroom maneuvers.
Treating Godzilla like a punching bag has become a national pastime in movie geekdom since Gareth Edwards released the film, with a few of the usual suspects rehashing the same complaints. Which is fine.
Thanks to constant media coverage of the Ebola outbreak in western Africa and the reports of cases found in Texas, the public is on high alert where the deadly disease is concerned. The CDC has said that there is a very low chance of an outbreak here in the States, but still fear and paranoia has exist. Of course, topical comedy is always common in cases like this, which is how we’ve come to the Saturday Night Live sketch inside
As demonstrated in X-Men: Days of Future Past, super-speed can be a pretty fun and useful power. When not being used to help prisoners escape from the depths below the Pentagon, it can be used to travel far distances instantly and just screw around with friends. There are all kinds of possibilities, and a few of them have been getting explored recently on the Quicksilver Instagram account.
The Theory of Everything will open in theaters on November 7, and should enjoy a strong push through the crowded Oscar field. It ticks off so many boxes, namely being a smart, emotional and well-directed period biopic about a fascinating subject that boasts some of the finest performances of the still-developing season. In a nutshell, go out of your way to see it.
The first trailer for American Sniper, Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper’s bio of war veteran, Chris Kyle, has been released, and it’s damn good stuff. Kyle is the most-lethal sniper in American military history, having 160 confirmed kills out of 255 claimed kills, but Eastwood is set to mix in a look at Kyle’s life at home with his efforts on the battle-field, and early-word is that it will be a shoe-in come Awards season.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have reprised their roles as slacker besties Shaun and Ed of Shaun of the Dead on a most unexpected stage, the cartoon show Phineas and Ferb. The ep airs tomorrow, but The Disney Channel is sharing their cameo today in anticipation.
Did you ever wonder what your emotions actually look like? Leave it to the animation geniuses at Pixar to put a visual on such human feelings as joy, anger, sadness, disgust and fear for their upcoming comedy Inside Out.
The first trailer for Russell Crowe’s directorial debut has premiered, and, you know what, it looks pretty damn good. The Water Diviner tells the story of a father traveling to Turkey to find his three missing boys after The Battle Of Gallipoli in the First World War. Crowe appears to have been inspired by the work of several directors he has worked under in his illustrious career, because his first outing as a director looks epic.
The Imitation Game almost plays like a sports drama, focusing on a ragtag team of quarreling underdogs as they prepare for the “Big Game” against a dominant foe. For in order to defeat the Nazi’s secret weapon, Alan Turning and his team need to build a better machine.
Locusts. Frogs. Fire and brimstone. A screaming Christian Bale, trying to out-Heston the greatest on-screen Moses the industry has ever seen. And we get a towering Red Sea, ready to crash down on all who dare part it.
The final trailer for John Wick has walloped onto the internet and it all but confirms that Keanu Reeves is back! When Reeves’ Wick, a former hitman, is pursued by an old pal who has been contracted by a crime boss to kill him, he decides to come out of retirement for revenge. And then when they kill Wick’s dog all hell really breaks loose. Reeves will be joined by Willem Dafoe, Ian McShane, Alfie Allen, John Leguizamo, and Jason Isaacs for the action extravaganza.
With their Horrible Bosses no longer causing them any trouble, what can a sequel possibly throw Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis’ way that will cause them grief? Well, according to the trailer, which you can watch in all of its glory above, Horrible Bosses 2 will include sex addiction, car chases, kidnapping and poorly named shower devices. Oh, and laughs. Lots and lots and lots of laughs.