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Job vs. Family Trailer: A Family Man!

Dane Jensen almost has it all. A top flight headhunter, if he can make the most deals in the next month, he will earn the top job at his company.

There’s just one problem – his son’s fatigue isn’t being caused by laziness. So now there’s a choice to be made.

A Family Man open on July 28th.

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GLOW Is Like Nothing You’ve Ever Seen On TV!

GLOW – Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) – Photo by Erica Parise/Courtesy of Netflix.

GLOW – the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling – is a wild and crazy and unique series that would be entertaining as hell even if didn’t have something to say about making a TV wrestling show, feminism, family, racism and a bunch of other isms I can’t think of right now!

The first ten-episode season is now available on Netflix and, trust me on this, it’s freakin’ addictive!

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Beautiful Misfits Coming Together Featurette: GLOW!

GLOW – The Gorgeous Ladies of Wresting warming up – Photo courtesy of Netflix.

Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) is an out of work actor who wants a role where she’s not serving the cause of a man. She answers an ad in the newspaper and finds herself auditioning to play a wrestler on television.

Netflix has just released a behind the scenes featurette with the cast and creators of GLOW talking about the show.

GLOW premieres on Friday, June 23rd.

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New Poster: The Little Hours!

The Little Hours – Ginevra (Kate Micucci), Alessandra (Alison Brie) and Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza) – Photo courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky.

Gunpowder & Sky has released a poster for The Little Hours.

Based on Boccaccio’s The Decameron, The Little Hours follows three medieval nuns who have problems distinguishing the line between devotion and desire (and not really caring).

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GLOW Big Or Go Home Trailer: GLOW!

GLOW – Carmen Wade (Britney Young), Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie) – Photo by Andrea Miner/Courtesy of Netflix.

For a brief time in the late twentieth century, GLOW – The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling – was an attraction that rivaled men’s pro wrestling (because women – kicking butt!).

Netflix’s GLOW is the story of the fictional Ruth Wilder – an out of work actress who goes in for an audition and finds something unexpected: her dream job.

GLOW premieres on Netflix on June 23rd.

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Devotion & Desire Trailer (NSFW): The Little Hours!

The Little Hours – Ginevra (Kate Micucci), Alessandra (Alison Brie) and Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza) – Photo courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky.

Based on Boccaccio’s The Decameron, The Little Hours follows three medieval nuns who have problems distinguishing the line between devotion and desire (and not really caring).

Written and directed by Jeff Baenas, The Little Hours has been compared favorably to the best of Monty Python and Mel Brooks. The red band trailer will show you why.

The Little Hours will appear in New York and Los Angeles on June 30th.

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The Little Hours: Three Little Nuns with Big Appetites!

The Little Hours – Kate Micucci, Allison Brie, Aubrey Plaza – Photo courtesy of Gunpowder & Sky

Gunpowder & Sky’s new film The Little Hours – based on Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron – is the story of three medieval nuns – Alessandra (Alison Brie), Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza), and Ginevra (Kate Micucci) – whose days  days are spent chafing at monastic routine, spying on one another, and berating the estate’s day laborer.

Things change (and not necessarily for the better when Father Tommasso (John C. Reilly) brings on new hired hand Massetto (Dave Franco).

The Little Hours will premiere on April 30th.

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Get Hard – Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart Are The Mutt & Jeff Of Vulgarity!

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I’m not sure which is funnier – the fact that so many people seem completely unaware that Get Hard is not only not objectionable (at least not for being racist or homophobic), it’s taking the mickey out of racists and homophobes; or that it’s a very funny movie.

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