The first trailer for A Bad Moms Christmas seemed pretty generic – after all the work our trio of bad moms have put into past Christmases, the year they decide ‘the heck with it,’ their moms show up.
The new trailer expands on the Bad Moms variation on this trope and the results are much better – their moms are… Well, let’s just say that when you meet their moms you’ll understand them a bit better.
A Bad Moms Christmas will be in theaters on November 3rd.
Mila Kunis and Rob Zombie have sold a half-hour horror-comedy series to Starz. They will executive produce Trapped – a series created and written by Joey Slamon (Arrested Development, Those Who Can’t).
What kind of series would Mila Kunis and Rob Zombie work on? (I hear you ask…) Follow the jump for details.
The Color of Time was made by the members of a class James Franco taught at NYU – a peculiar mix of poetry and biography based on the poems by Pulitzer Prize winner C.K. Williams. The film’s content is a collection of vignettes composed of memories, poetry and Williams’ struggle to write new material as he prepares for an appearance to read his work.
The reason I say that The Color of Time feels like a student film is not because of any lack of polish, but because it looks and feels free of the need to be commercial; to fit into a specific niche. Franco’s students have clearly been taught well when it comes to both technique and thinking for themselves.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, you’ve got to respect the way the Wachowskis just go for it full tilt with their movies. The new three-minute trailer for Jupiter Ascending is as epic as anything we’ve seen – and by that, I mean Channing Tatum with elf ears and a cast that includes such respected genre figures as Sean Bean (Game of Thrones), Eddie Redmayne (Les Miserables), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Orphan Black) and Terry Gilliam (!!!).
Check out the genius/insanity after the jump. Jupiter Ascending descends into theaters on July 18th.
Fox’s Family hits the 2-0-0 this season! Two hundred episodes – not bad for a show that has continued to redefine irreverent for millions of fans.
To celebrate, Fox is planning a ‘Freakin’ Sweet One-Hour Event’ for Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 9/8C. New episode Yug Ylimaf (Family Guy does time travel – only bass ackwards!) will be followed by a series retrospective, The End Of The World As We Know It, giving fans a glimpse behind the curtain at some of the show’s most outrageous moments – featuring interviews with series creator Seth McFarlane and cast members Mila Kunis, Alex Borstein and Seth Green.
As a young boy, John’s wish comes true and his teddy bear comes to life. But as John grows into adulthood, his beloved childhood friend turns into a nightmare. As his relationship is threatened, John must pick between his girlfriend and his teddy bear.
Starring Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis and Seth MacFarlane.
Directed by Seth MacFarlane.
Written by Seth MacFarlane, Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild.
Produced by Jason Clark, John Jacobs, Seth MacFarlane, Scott Stuber and Wellesley Wild.
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Friends With Benefits is the second film to use the idea of a man and a woman being friends who try to add no-strings-sex to their friendships. Judging from the reviews for No Strings Attached, the one with Natalie Portman [which I didn’t see – the trailer was awful!], this one – with Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis – is much better. It may lose steam in the last act, but it’s still smart enough to recommend it.