BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
As the TV season is wrapping up, the studios are putting out a ton of TV-related releases in June, it almost dwarfs all the big movies hitting Blu-ray, DVD and Digital.
It felt like Spring Break at the movies this weekend as DreamWorks hit something of a Home-run while Get Hard also drew strong numbers at the box office.
Everyone's got at least one favorite Will Ferrell performance, and odds are yours is included in this list of 15 show stoppers. Or is it?
The spring movie season is continuing on in dribs and drabs in 2015, as it’s been some time since there’s been anything for us to get too worked up over. It’s that post-Oscars, pre-summer lull when studios throw out a bunch of mediocrity in the hopes that something sticks. This week we get hard on the way home.
There’s no doubt about it -- the Oscars need to shake things up after that less-than-stellar ceremony earlier this year. Could someone like, say, the uproarious Kevin Hart turn things around for the 2016 Oscars? The comedian is definitely eyeing the hosting gig.
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart knew they were going to embrace an R rating from the MPAA, and pulled no punches in exploring the racial divide while also serving what sounds like an hysterical premise. Will it be too offensive?
Many of these big titles will be playing the opening weekend of the big event, but what exactly should you be keeping your eye out for? In order to help answer that question, we’ve thrown together a quick guide highlighting some of the big movies of SXSW, when they are playing, and why we are so excited to see them.
It’s hard to make a prison comedy without letting the language get a little… well, “hard” is the right adjective, once again. This was the chief lesson learned by Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart as the comedians started collaborating on Get Hard.
Get Hard will hold its premiere at the SXSW film festival later this month, so look for our review out of Austin once it screens. Everyone else will be able to see the new comedy when it opens in theaters on March 27.
The red-band trailer for Etan Cohen’s Get Hard just dropped, and it’s like Oz by way of Trading Places, mixed with Ice Cube and Chris Tucker’s Friday.
We are now only a little over a month away from the start of the annual SXSW Film Festival in Austin, and judging from the list of features that will be both premiering and screening, this year’s event should wind up being a great one. But amongst all of the titles, which ones are the big standouts?
Have you ever wondered what Will Ferrell would do if he got stabbed in the face? Well, wonder no more because in the new trailer for his upcoming film Get Hard, that’s exactly what happens.
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart will finally work together in a witty and hysterical movie that works to satirize some of the serious social issues occurring today.
The story seems to have sparked after Sony execs, in emails that have leaked, referred to Hart as a “whore” because he asked to get paid for a promotional Tweet.
The first images for Get Hard have been released and they show Kevin Hart and Will Ferelll getting up to all kind of comedic scrapes. But will the comedy heavyweights be able to work alongside each other with aplomb, or will their immense talents ultimately capsize the film?
Those of you who watch the NBC sitcom Community already know that Alison Brie is one of the funniest female comedic actors, but now she's ready to once again bring her talents to the big screen. Brie has become the latest to sign on for Get Hard, the new comedy in the works at Warner Bros. that is already set to star Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart.
Get Hard will tell the story of a wealthy investment banker (Ferrell) who finds his life start going down the drain when he is arrested for a crime he didn't commit. With prison time looming and a tremendous fear of being manhandled by his fellow inmates, he decides that his best course of action is to hire the guy who washes his car (Hart) to teach him how to be an intimidating badass.
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The best scene in Spike Lee's 25th Hour comes towards the end of the film when Edward Norton, Barry Pepper and Philip Seymour Hoffman are walking in the park counting down the minutes until Norton has to go to prison. Admitting his fear of being raped in jail, Norton asks his friends if they will beat the tar out of him, hoping that the other prisoners won't touch him if he's too ugly.