A gang of dogs takes on a supernatural force. ‘Nuff said.
Oh yeah. John Malkovich is in this thing.
Maybe the money they save could be put toward a spinoff like “7th Heaven: Salt Lake City,” or “Law & Order: Special Pleasant Family Dinner Unit”
It stars actual Navy SEALs. You can tell by the way they point their guns.
Part man, part machine, all bro.
It’ll be far less Marvel-y.
I would like to see more.
Major Matt Mason, who is NOT a doll.
It’s the Coens, you should make plans to see it no matter WHAT it is.
Sweet, Kangy goodness.
Rocky’s brought back an old producer pal-o for his New Orleans hitman movie.
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Finally, I’ll get to see what that damn alien looks like. Then again, maybe not. It’s not like J.J. Abrams is big on closure.
“Danger” is his middle name. No. Wait. It’s “Badge.”
If you want an indie, Shaun of the Dead-ie take on aliens… it’s coming… soon.
Everyone knows that in the mid-70s, the Iranians hated Alan Arkin.
You know how when you don’t wanna do something, you busy yourself with silly little things to put off the task you’re dreading? ‘The Humbling’ might be one of those silly little things.
Their SAG cards are in no danger.
DIRECTOR: Jake KasdanCAST: Cameron Diaz; Justin Timberlake; Lucy Punch; Jason Segal; John Michael HiggensSYNOPSIS: A comedy centered around a foul-mouthed, junior high teacher who, after being dumped by her sugar daddy, begins to woo a colleague — a move that pits her against a well-loved teacher.
Or does he just hate science?
Basically, it’s ‘Rush Hour’ with an obnoxious WHITE cop, and a reasonable competent black agent has to deal with him.
Plus, the added power of George Takei.
It’s “Petticoat Junction” meets ‘The Running Man’. Or so the photos would have us believe.
Girls in baseball hats will never be accepted by society.
Brace yourselves for 3D trolls.
He’s got an honest face.
Fairey brought us the now famous “Hope” poster that helped put President Obama in the White House. But does Fairey now believe that the president is also a secret alien?
Because everything is funnier with old people.