A spoilerific Sean Bean death mash-up.
If you want to laugh at people from other countries while simultaneously impressing some culture snobs, then you’ll need to check out some of these funny dubbed movies.
Director: Will Gluck Cast: Emma Stone, Mila Kunis, Justin Timberlake, Woody Harrelson Synopsis: The relationship between two friends gets complicated when they decide to get romantic. Release Date: July 22,…
Hugo’s dad gives awesome gifts, from the look of this trailer.
Any Comic-Con nerd will tell you for every Wolverine and Captain America there’s an underrated sidekick or zombie Spider-Man (seriously) waiting in the proverbial wings for their big screen debut.
Hippies, hijinks, and kung fu.
Get up-close and personal with Spidey and his suit.
You didn’t expect it to be better than the original, did you?
Bonnie Wright is Ginny Weasley in ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.’
They give him that extra bit of confidence throughout the day.
John Carter must save Mars. For some unknown reason.
The magic isn’t dead for David Heyman.
Los Angeles, the end is nigh.
It’s like ‘Outbreak’ but with…Ok. It’s just like ‘Outbreak’. But with Soderbergh and an amazing cast.
Drunk people: Funny in movies, deplored in real life.
Here’s the backstory for these three: They’re dwarf characters in ‘The Hobbit’.
They’ll gun you down and sleep like a baby.
What sorcery brought this project to fruition?
Also, Leatherface finds more pretty people to dismember.
It would make sense that they would get the most Nordic actor ever. Well, after Ed Begley, Jr.
Let’s just pretend the Roland Emmerich version didn’t happen.
What drug will NPH be tripping on this time?
Geez, let the robot pee, for Pete’s sake.
War hero, murder victim, blackfaced minstrel: Ted Danson has played it all.
The funnyman will be required to lose height for the role.
It doesn’t cover the assassination and that total backstabber Brutus.
Once we learned that players on the US Women’s Team tend to take their shirts off after they score a goal, soccer started to get a little more interesting.
The performances make this a fun, gory horror flick.
The artist requests that you say the name of his work three times.
Kelly Macdonald plays Helena Ravenclaw in ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.’