I smell Oscar! Wait, that’s probably just a water based lubricant baking into someone’s skin under hot lights.
Action? Comedy? Zach Galifianakis? This could just be the greatest fake movie ever.
Here’s a video for anyone who has trouble comprehending the vast nature of Christopher Nolan’s all-around awesomeness.
And Jimmy Kimmel is indirectly involved, too.
Having noticed a certain pattern in the production of Boston-centered movies, the guys over Improv Asylum took it upon themselves to lampoon the hell out of this ongoing trend.
For a comedy, Shaun of the Dead had a surprisingly emotional climactic scene. Turns out it gets even more emotional when it’s put in slow motion and reversed, a la “Dead Island.”
Perhaps they’re running out of ideas, or perhaps this is just what America needs. In any case, Hustler’s upcoming parody of popular long-running game show “Jeopardy!” is bound to be the most educational porno of the last ten years.
They say hindsight is 20-20, and in hindsight, that E.T. was a real bastard. Or so posits this fan-made trailer.
Courtesy of claymation artist Lee Hardcastle, this oddly disturbing video features a humorous rendering of horror classic The Exorcist. This ain’t no ‘Wallace and Gromit’ folks.
If you’ve ever thought, “it’d be fun to beat the sh*t out of Robert Pattinson,” you’ll be jealous of a few lucky actors cast in ‘Water For Elephants.’
Maybe if the second Star Wars trilogy had been framed the same way as X Men: First Class, it would have sucked less. But probably not.
The sad music, the narrative told in reverse, the slow motion, the solid direction, the heartstrings pulled – is it too late to put this in the Best Shorts category at the Oscars this year?
Ever found your eyes darting around the screen during a movie and thought to yourself “I wonder if I could quantify my eye movement via computer analysis?” Neither have most people, but the science folks over at The Diem Project took it upon themselves to answer the question for us.
Hollywood puts out some pretty weird stuff, not the least of which includes people kissing zombies, burn victims, anthropomorphic ducks, and Meryl Streep.
The always dependable (if slightly cheesy) ‘Entertainment Tonight’ paid a visit to the set of ‘The Hangover 2′, and gave us a glimpse of the kind of insanity we’re in store for when it in theaters May 26th.
This video nods to almost every movie made between 1980 and 1989. (Sorry, C.H.U.D.)
It was only a matter of time before this happened. Captain America meets Team America in a brilliant instance of satirical patriotism.
You’ve never heard the plot of ‘Commando’ described by a nine year old Tanzanian boy, right? If you have, your life is a lot more interesting than mine.
In the video, director Brad Bird retires from animation, then we see Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg holding him hostage.
With the whole “Donald Glover for Spider-Man” campaign officially dead and gone, Glover himself spoke out on the subject at a recent stand up appearance.
Lest you think there were only 3 Super Bowl movie ads worth watching, here’s another 3.
Super Bowl ads, BYOG (Bring Your Own Guacamole)
Comic-Con, secret government alien (?) weed, girl-on-robot sex: these are the topics that all movies should be discuss.
The Superbowl teaser spot for the upcoming Johnny Depp voiced animated kids movie ‘Rango’ is out, and it actually does the job of making an big upcoming film look pretty great.
Transformers and Chevy have teamed up to create an ad that will remind Super Bowl audiences that both Transformers and Chevy still exist.
Paul Rudd and Jason Segel’s characters from ‘I Love You, Man’ finally meet Rush in this viral video quasi-sequel, which will hopefully serve as the actual sequel.
Here’s something clever to kick off your Monday evening.
The finest sports figures from film and television offer up words of encouragement to get you back out on that field in fighting form.
Are you ready for nearly five minutes of cinematic spit takes? I don’t think you are, but sometimes you just have to throw yourself into these things head first.
Once again, the Internet has produced a record of how frequently Hollywood abuses certain catch phrases. This time, it’s showtime. As in “it’s showtime.”