This film may have served as quirk’s (temporary) death rattle.
I mean, was there any chance it wasn’t going to be titled ‘Straight Outta Compton’?
Bill Murray kind of looks like a LEGO man, now that I think about it.
He’s like a less-blue Captain Planet.
Hey! Cameron Crowe’s wife could be involved in this! What a coincidence!
The show will have taken place long enough for three Zombie Olympics to have occurred.
That’s…not a bet I would make.
Grumpy cat, tired of being abused by a dog, stands up for itself. With dire consequences…
If they didn’t have tater tots, I would have stormed out of that party so quick.
Blink and you’ll miss him.
At least we have this picture of it!
Adam McKay will still hang around to help, though.
No jokes here, folks. Not until we know he’s recovering.
If they can sell cans of beans from Heinz, they can sell this show.
If they can make a film about Facebook, this should be a piece of cake.
Relax! I said it was for charity.
I ain’t afraid of no ghost! Are you afraid of no ghost?
They both can be pretty loud and are hard to take seriously. Great pairing!
Ok. I can see him as a pretty good Ben Franklin.
And no, I don’t think “revelation” is too strong a word.
Maybe make the last novel about a party that the characters throw, so it’s less essential to the story arc?
It’s happening. ‘Breaking Bad Jr.’ is growing up!
The FCC comments page went down on Monday morning following the viral distribution of Sunday night’s Last Week Tonight bit in which John Oliver basically implored people to take action….
This film has an appearance by an ageless Paul Rudd and a soundtrack with Radiohead. It’s very blessed.
It’s a despicable premise and I would totally watch it.
The dog pound is now set to be euthanized.
Let me guess: He’s outraged about something.
She’ll be tending to an adorable gang of moppets in heaven now.
Unfortunately, John Travolta wasn’t there to completely butcher her name at the announcement.
Release date: June 2016. *holds breath*