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Saying Goodbye: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms And Zach Galifianakis Talk The End Of The Hangover Movies
In the summer of 2009 Todd Phillips’ The Hangover became a smash hit and stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis became three of the biggest, most sought-after names in Hollywood. The success continued with the first sequel, The Hangover Part II. But this weekend, as you’ve read on the posters, it all ends.
Amy Fine Collins' The God Of Driving To Get Film Adaptation
The God of Driving features Amy Fine Collins as a main character and begins with her being absolutely petrified by the idea of getting behind the wheel of an automobile. She eventually decides that she is sick of being scared, and after "becoming captivated by her instructor" she not only learned how to drive, but became "obsessed with the automotive world."
Twilight's Jackson Rathbone And Rock Of Ages' Diego Boneta Join Thriller The Dead Men
Both Diego Boneta and Jackson Rathbone had big years in 2012, the former breaking out in the jukebox musical Rock of Ages and the latter putting on his vampire makeup for the last time in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, and now the two stars are joining forces for the new thriller The Dead Men.
Metallica Through The Never Trailer Teases A Concert And A Story
Metallica fans who aren't able to get to one of the metal band's concerts this summer won't be completely out of luck if they want an audible and visual Metallica feast. Coming to theaters this fall is Metallica Through The Never, a music-driven feature film that combines a narrative with live performance footage, which was filmed exclusively for the movie. The new trailer gives us a look at both sides of the movie, with teases of "Wherever I May Roam" and "Master of Puppets" and glimpses of the story that will play out between concert footage.
Pacific Rim Featurette Teaches You About Some Of The Film's Coolest Tech
Based on an original screenplay by Travis Beacham, Pacific Rim is set in a future where a dimensional portal has opened in the depth of the Pacific Ocean and has begun spewing out giant, 30-story monsters called Kaiju.
Jennifer Aniston Strips Down In Red And Green Band We're The Millers Trailers
Directed by Dodgeball's Rawson Marshall Thurber, We're The Millers stars Jason Sudeikis as David Burke, a low-level pot dealer who gets in serious trouble when he is jumped by a group of punks who steal his money and his stash. Desperate to pay off his supplier (Ed Helms), David is forced to take a job transporting what he is told is just a tiny bit of marijuana across the Mexico/U.S. border.
Timecop Being Rebooted Without Jean-Claude Van Damme
In the original, which was directed by Peter Hyams and based on the series from Dark Horse Comics, the martial artist starred as a police officer who regulates time travel in the future. A conflict arises when the officer discovers that a politician, played by Ron Silver, is using time travel to further his career.
This Is The End Reveals Its Demons In New Red Band TV Spot
Rogen and Goldberg's directorial debut, the film has all of its stars playing versions of themselves and begins as Jay Baruchel flies into Los Angeles to spend some time with his best friend, Seth Rogen. After a bit of pushing, Seth gets Jay to attend a party at James Franco's house - only the festivities are interrupted when the Biblical apocalypse begins to unfold.
Vin Diesel Promises That Fast & Furious 7 Will Return To The Streets Of Los Angeles
The Fast & Furious franchise was born on the tire-marked streets of Los Angeles, but the franchise has been away for a good amount of time. Fast Five had the gang racing around the streets of Rio de Janeiro, and Fast & Furious 6, which will be in theaters this weekend, will have Dominic, Brian and their crew racing around Europe.
Elijah Wood Gets Crazy In Creepy New Maniac Trailer
Scripted by Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes), Grégory Levasseur, and C.A. Rosenberg, Maniac stars Wood as Frank, the quiet, withdrawn owner of a mannequin shop who begins to fall for a young artist.
Wolverine Slices His Way On To The Cover Of Entertainment Weekly
By the time James Mangold's The Wolverine will be released in July it will be the third superhero movie of the summer, having arrived after both Shane Black's Iron Man 3 and Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, but that in no way dulls our excitement to see the film.
How Fast & Furious Used A TV Trope To Make The Most Exciting Movie Universe
After a sequel that brought back Paul Walker but not Dominic Torretto, Lin was charged with continuing the series with a film set in Tokyo, featuring none of the characters from the original The Fast and the Furious. Lin played most of the movie straight, setting up a story about an American kid getting into the drift racing scene of Tokyo, and getting away from the original film entirely… except for the last shot
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