The new Power Rangers trailer shows a lot more (deliberate) humor than the earlier ones. Maybe there’s hope…
Elizabeth Banks, whose final Hunger Games film opens on November 29th, will make her hosting debut on Saturday Night Live on November 14th.
The musical guest will be Disclosure.
The Muppets are back! That zany group of fuzzy muppets you grew up loving are back a little older, a little wiser and starring in their very own reality show. The skits and musical numbers you remember from the days of old are no longer the recipe of the day. In their new series “The Muppets”, sadly we find Missy Piggy and Kermit have broken up and they are dating other people all while working together on Miss Piggy’s late night talk show “Up Late with Miss Piggy”.
Not to worry though, the rest of the gang is back too! Kermit is the Executive Producer of “Up Late with Miss Piggy” and everyone’s favorite funny Bear, Fozzie, is the in-house comedian warming up the crowd before the show with that wild man drummer extraordinaire Animal with Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem band keep it colorful as the house band along with musical guests Grammy Award-winning rock band Imagine Dragons.
From table reads to booking guests the season premiere of “The Muppets” takes us behind the scenes of how Kermit and Piggy run a late night talk show while navigating the world as newly single individuals.
It’s the first day camp at Camp Firewood. God help us all.
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp premieres on Netflix on July 31st. Brace yourselves!
2012’s Magic Mike was a left field smash loosely based on Channing Tatum’s experiences as a ‘male entertainer.’ It was smart, witty and filled with intriguing characters – not to mention some amazing dancing.
Magic Mike XXL has all of the above except for the smart and the witty. The guys are still kinda fun, but the script really seems rushed and thin. Of course, most of the target demo will only be there for the dancing and stripping, but if they want anything more, they will be disappointed.
The Katniss Everdine story ends here – the revolution is at hand.
Check out the first teaser for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 following the jump. Mockingjay Part 2 opens on November 20th.
Brian Wilson is a genius. The scope and quality of the music he’s composed over his lifetime is testament to that. For a long time, he was a tortured genius.
Love & Mercy is Brian Wilson’s story and, unlike a lot of biopics, it doesn’t gloss over anything – Wilson has described it as ‘factual’ in a number of interviews since it was made. It is an absorbing look at Wilson’s life – as much of a look as can be covered in a couple of hours – and it one of the best biopics movies in years.
Simplicity is the key to great design. The powerful new teaser poster for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 is proof of that concept.
Check it out after the jump. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 premieres on November 20th.
It’s not often you get a sequel that surpasses the original, but it’s happened with the aca-frikkin’ awesome Pitch Perfect 2.
Written by Kay Cannon (who wrote the first one) and directed by first-timer Elizabeth Banks, PP2 is sharper edged, more focused and has refined the vulgar-to-sweet ratio to a tee.
When is a teaser not a teaser? When it’s the flaming logo of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 and audio clips of some of the most important moments of the previous movies in the series.
Oddly, hearing Katniss progress from naïve District 12 girl to full on rebel is kind of exciting. Check it out after the jump. Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 opens on November 20th.
The Barden Bellas are back – seeking reinstatement following a slip up on the President’s birthday. Ooops!
Now it’s time for the world to sit up and get pitch slapped. Check out the new trailer for Pitch Perfect 2 following the jump. Pitch Perfect 2 opens on May 15th.