Things are tough for Riley – her family has moved to San Francisco and she doesn’t know anyone at school. Her dad is preoccupied with the new job and her mom is still getting things settled in their new home. Small wonder that she’s struggling a bit.
Inside Out is the story of Riley’s emotions – Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear – and how they react to this new chapter of her life.
Check out the new trailer for Inside Out following the jump. Inside Out will be in theaters on June 19th.
Pixar’s Inside Out – a movie about the emotions that guide ten-year old Riley: Joy (Amy Poelher), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling and Sadness (Phyllis Smith) – has a spiffy new poster. Chec it out after the jump.
Amy Schumer is making the jump from stand up comic and star of her own sketch comedy show to movie star – and in Judd Apatow’s fifth movie as a director, no less.
Trainwreck is about a woman whose take on relationships is based on her father’s words, ‘Monogamy isn’t realistic.’ (To be fair, he’d just gone through a painful divorce at the time.) Twenty-three years, Amy has a great job at a men’s magazine and a bunch of great friends. Then she’s assigned to interview a certain sports doctor…
Check out the first trailer after the jump. Trainwreck will be in theaters on July 17th.
Pixar’s Inside Out goes inside the head of Riley – a young girl whose family moves from the Midwest when her father gets a new job in San Francisco – as we meet her emotions: Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith).
Pixar has released its first poster for the Inside – which you can see after the jump. Inside Out opens on June 19, 2015.
When estranged twins Milo (Bill Hader) and Maggie (Kristen Wiig) try to patch up their relationship and fix their ruined lives, oddness ensues. Also featuring Ty Burrell, Joanna Gleason, Boyd Holbrook, Joanna Gleason and Luke Wilson, The Skelton Twins is the new film from Craig Johnson (True Adolescents).
The Skeleton Twins opens on September 19th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Bill Hader may be best known for his work on Saturday Night Live and voice work in projects ranging from the very adult The Venture Brothers to the family friendly Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, but he’s also quietly earned a reputation as something of an expert in family films as the host of TCM’s TCM Essentials Jr. – which runs films that are perfect for parents to introduce to their kids.
Hader returns to host a third season of TCM Essentials Jr. beginning with a screening of the classic Danny Kaye action-comedy The Court Jester on June 2nd (8/7C). Check out the official press release – and a complete listing of films to be screened – following the jump.
Night at the Museum was an unexpected hit in 2006; so naturally, they decided to make a sequel – Battle at the Smithsonian. That’s the bad news. The good news is that the sequel is better than the original.
As with the original, Battle at the Smithsonian exists, primarily, to set up a string of stunts and FX that will dazzle and amaze, while a small group of characters [most of whom are statues come to life] get a chance to play hero. The plot finds Larry Daley [Ben Stiller] in a good place as the inventor/head of Daley Devices [“Glow in the Dark Flashlight is one of mine,” he says with a certain amount of pride]. Business is good; Larry is now filthy, stinking well-off – and he just might have a deal in the works with Wal-Mart. But is he happy?