Jurassic World is open and looks like a pretty cool place to visit until a rather smug scientist states ‘We’ve just created our first genetically modified hybrid.’ When Chris Pratt’s character responds, ‘You just went and made a new dinosaur? Probably not a good idea,’ we just know he’s right. Check out the first full trailer for Jurassic World after the jump. The Park is open June 12, 2015.
Yes, the teaser for the trailer thing is a thing now. On Friday, Universal will premiere the trailer for Jurassic World. For now, we get the brief tease that follows the jump.
Jurassic World stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Judy Greer and Vincent D’Onofrio and will open June 12, 2015.
Thanks to ever growing technology, we are more connected to the world than ever before – but we seem to know less and less about the people we know. That’s the subject of Chad Kultgen’s novel, Men, Women & Children, which been adapted for film by Jason Reitman (Up In The Air, Juno). Men, Women & Children’s first trailer has just gone live and it’s both poignant and intriguing.
Check it out after the jump. Men, Women & Children has its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Marvel Movie Universe is about to get smaller. Production began today on Marvel’s Ant-Man, shooting for a release date of July 17, 2015.
After a great deal of positive buzz for the film, Ant-Man changed directors when Edgar Wright left the project over ‘creative differences.’ Peyton Reed has stepped in as the film’s director and, after eight years of waiting, Ant-Man is underway. For more, follow the jump.
With Jeff, Who Lives At Home, The Duplass Brothers, Jay and Mark, take another cautious step towards the mainstream with this odd comedy about the eponymous Jeff and his family as a series of seemingly random occurrences lead to a unique conclusion.
This week’s episode of Archer [FX, Thursdays, 10/9C], El Secuestro, is built around the character of Cheryl/Carol, dim bulb secretary to the self-involved head of ISIS, Malory Archer. It’s an episode packed with unexpected delights and a juicy secret or two.
Judy Greer is all over the place lately. Besides playing the fluctuatingly named Cheryl/Carol on Archer [FX, Thursdays, 10/9C], she’s one of four leads on the unusual CBS sitcom Mad Love; appeared in half a dozen movies in 2010, and has three more coming out this year.
Recently, I had the opportunity to take part in a conference call with her about her role as Cheryl/Carol, semi-competent/totally dim secretary to Mallory Archer on the FX animated spy comedy, Archer. It seems that Cheryl/Carol has an unusual phobia – and an even bigger secret [or three – but you’ll have to watch Thursday’s episode for those – some secrets are just to juicy to spoil]!
CBS’ new sitcom, Mad Love [Mondays, 8:30/7:30C] has a sweet spot on the schedule, following as it does, How I Met Your Mother. Add Jason Biggs [American Pie Trilogy] and Sarah Chalke [Scrubs] and things are definitely looking good. Then, toss Tyler Labine [Reaper, Sons of Tucson] and Judy Greer [Arrested Development, Love & Other Drugs] into the mix and you have an inveterate cast of scene stealers – and a premise that gives them plenty of room to work.
How do you top the kind of unspeakably crude and equally unspeakably funny work of your first brilliant season? If you’re Adam Reed, creator of Archer [FX, Thursdays, 10/9C], you dig deep and go for a situation that’s so uncool that even Sterling Archer is compelled to show some discipline!