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The ‘Avengers’ Comic-Con Teaser Trailer Has a Wicked Font

Wednesday, August 4 by

The Avengers Comic-Con teaser trailer has hit the net, and I can see what all the nerds have been fussing about. Between the awesome voice over and the super-cool font they used for the logo, I was barley able to keep from wetting myself. It was just too exciting. (/S)

Yeah, I know it was only a teaser trailer, but give me something I can use, Marvel! A shield, a hammer, a cape; anything is better than nothing. At the very least, tell me the Invisible Woman was standing there the whole time.
She was? Awesome!

Watch a sad excuse for a teaser trailer after the jump…

‘The Venture Bros.’ Season 4.5 Trailer

Wednesday, August 4 by

Here's the trailer for the new season of "The Venture Bros." since I know you guys love Adult Swim so damn much. I've been told it doesn't work for foreigners, or rather, people outside the U.S. If you're in the U.S. but are foreign it should play for you. Unless you're Croatian. Hey, don't blame me. (ToplessRobot)
Enjoy these links, stoners.
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Sly Stallone Rubs Felt Elbows With 'The Muppets Show' (Asylum)
25 Videos Of Epic Bowling Fails (HolyTaco)
'Devil' Riding M. Night Shyamalan's Name Straight To Hell (FilmDrunk)
10 Most Important Hotties In Gaming Today (Maxim)
New Nike Ad Campaign Has Some Butts To Show You (BarStoolSports)
9 Things That Shouldn't Give Us Boners But Do (EgoTV)
Fear Of The Unknown: Those Horror Movies You Never Saw As A Kid (Pajiba)
'Deus Ex: Human Revolution' Is The Best Movie Trailer This Year (Unreality)
Amazing Spider Man Catch Of The Day (TotalProSports)
12 Frighteningly Real Sculptures (Smosh)
45 Hottest TV Lawyers Of All Time (BroBible)
Proof That Beyonce Is An Alien (CelebJihad)
Get Curb-Stomped By Roger Huerta (CagePotato)
Katy Perry: When Sex & God Mix, 'Bad Things Happen' (PopEater)
World Tetris Championship (MadeMen)

Director Davis Guggenheim Quits Justin Bieber’s Stupid 3D Biopic

Wednesday, August 4 by

Is he wearing lipstick?
Yesterday it seemed a little odd when it was announced that Oscar-winning director Davis Guggenheim would direct the upcoming 3D Justin Bieber biopic. And I guess it seemed odd to Guggenheim too, because he has just taken himself off the project according to Deadline. Guggenheim cites "scheduling conflicts" as the reason for his departure, but we all know that's just Hollywood speak for "This diminutive singing child punches people in the balls. I'm not willing to put my balls at risk to work with him."
So as of right now, the very important film is left without a director. I think what Justin needs most is someone who can really identify with him. Someone who knows his music inside and out. Someone with Doritos breath. If only such a person existed.

‘Little Fockers’ Needs Dustin Hoffman to Save It

Wednesday, August 4 by

Little Fockers is in trouble, and Universal Studios is deperately looking for a solution. Earlier in the week, Deadline reported that execs think a week of pickups with the principal cast in September is required to bring the movie closer to a viewable state. They were even at one point considering replacing director Paul Weitz with producer-writer John Hamburg, but that tactic got "rejected after Hamburg visited the set one weekend." He obviously wasn't pleased with the BBQ chicken quesadillas craft services slaved over.
Now Universal believes the answer to their problems comes in the form of a short, Jewish, 73 year-old man named Dustin Hoffman. Vulture reports that the studio is "looking into whether Hoffman might consider a last-minute reprise of his role as Bernie Focker in an effort to funny-up the comedy." Yeah, let's shoe horn in the arrival of Ben Stiller's character's neurotic Jewish father and all will be well. If Dustin doesn't cut it, then we'll fly in Barbra Streisand. If she doesn't work out, we'll add a ton more foreskin jokes, say our prayers, and let the chips fall where they may. Somewhere, some Universal exec has a thousand-yard stare and is tracing the trigger of a revolver with his index finger.

Fox Picks Up ’29,’ Hollywood Officially Out Of Ideas

Wednesday, August 4 by

Ah, to be young again.
Hot on the heels of the magical time-travel plot device news, comes word that Hollywood is officially out of ideas. Fox has greenlighted the body swap 29. Based on the book by Adena Halpern, 29 tells the story of a 75-year old grannie who turns 29 again for just one day. She teams up with her granddaughter for an adventure, while her daughter and best friend assume she's been kidnapped and embark on their own mission to save the wrinkled, old coot.
Okay. I'm just gonna put this out there. Nana, stop reading. Okay, no olds reading? Okay, here goes. F*ck old people. I don't need to see their adventures on-screen. I just need to know what to buy them for Christmas (otherwise they're getting gloves again). Stop wasting this genre on old person turns young stories, and give America what it really wants. A husband and wife switch bodies and while the wife/husband is trying her/his best to win the bread for the family, the husband/wife is sitting at home playing with his/her own boobs all day. It would be Hollywood's first approach at a body swap movie grounded in reality. (THR)

Review: ‘Step Up 3D’

Wednesday, August 4 by

Step Up 3D
PG-13, 107m., 2010
Cast: Adam G. Santi, Alyson Stoner, Rick Marabi, Sharni Vinson with a whole bunch of  break and back up dancers
Directed by Jon Chu

Step Up 3D is pure soda pop entertainment, where between the carbonation bubbles of flashy dance sequences you get that sugar crash of acting and story.
More after the jump…

Daily Expendable: Arnold Schwarzenegger

Wednesday, August 4 by

Every day for the next two weeks, we're going to feature a cast member from the upcoming film The Expendables. These ten bad-ass actors, who deliver a extensive amount of property damage in the film, are legends in the action movie genre. Today the spotlight is on none other than the Governator himself. Arnold Schwarzenegger only has a small cameo in The Expendables, but his brief appearance completes the circle of legends. 
Highly Debatable Best Role: The Terminator in The Terminator
Weird Fact: Underwent a genioplasty — a procedure in which his jaw has been moved back so that it no longer juts out.
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The YouTube ‘Social Network’ Parody

Wednesday, August 4 by

There's already been a MySpace parody of The Social Network trailer and now comes the inevitable YouTube parody. It adds as much drama to a movie about a video website as anyone could hope for. Keyboard Cat even makes an appearance, although I'm not sure why he isn't a bigger character. His lackadaisical ivory-tickling still keeps YouTube afloat to this day.
Check out the parody trailer after the jump…

‘Middle Men’ Actress Diane Sorrentino

Wednesday, August 4 by

While Diane Sorrentino may only have a few casting credits, this hot from the Brooklyn block girl knows how to show off her talents when it counts. Diane can be seen in the upcoming internet porn dramedy Middle Men, where she'll be playing the aptly named Robin Swallows, a porn star, no less.
More pics of Diane after the jump…

Review: ‘The Other Guys’

Wednesday, August 4 by

The Other Guys
PG-13, 107min., 2010
Cast: Will Farrell, Mark Wahlberg, Micheal Keaton, Steve Coogan, Eva Mendes, Ray Stevenson, Damon Waynes Jr., Rob Riggle with Samuel L. Jackson and Dwayne Johnson
Directed by Adam McKay
Screening Adam McKay and Chris Henchy

After a painful and teeth pulling summer of failed action movies and lazy comedies, The Other Guys saves the season, busting on the scene as the funniest and funky freshest action comedy to come from the Adam McKay/Will Farrell powerhouse since Anchorman.
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Step Up 3D

Wednesday, August 4 by

 
 
Director: Jon Chu
Cast: Adam G. Saventi, Alyson Stoner, Sharni Vinson, Rick Malambri
Synopsis: A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers, including Luke (Malambri) and Natalie (Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.
Release Date: August 6, 2010
 
 
 
 

Kurt Russell Will Inspirationally-Coach Once Again In ‘Touchback’

Wednesday, August 4 by

Kurt Russell is Kurt Russell in "Kurt Russell." Coming soon to a theater near you.
Kurt Russell is adding another entry to the "Kurt Russell Plays An Inspirational Coach" sub-genre of film with Touchback. What makes this different from the other times Kurt has hung a whistle around his neck? Magical time travel. Literally, this movie has magical time travel.
From the producer of We Are Marshall, Invincible, The Rookie, and other movies with sepia toned posters, Touchback tells the story of a would-be star athlete whose luck falls apart when he is injured during a high school game. Years later, he is magically transported back to the fateful game that wrecked his career. He must choose between the crummy life he has, for the one he always wanted. Just like when Jim Belushi had to choose between Linda Hamilton and Rene Russo in Mr. Destiny, except this time it's football and there's no Jon Lovitz. (Variety)

Fall TV Tips: The Cop Shows

Wednesday, August 4 by

In my continued break down of the new fall TV shows where I tell you what to watch and what to skip, after debating lawyer shows last week, I am now taking a peek under the hood of the cop shows.

Never does a season go by on network television where a new cop show or two fails to debut. In fact, the cop show is the most popular TV longform genre in the history of da’ tube and this season is keeping the streak alive with a handful of police entries. Don’t get too excited, though. Only a couple of them are worth a glance.
WATCH IT: “Hawaii Five-0” (CBS),  Mondays at 10 pm (ET)

Dermot Mulroney and Stephen Root Circle Kevin Smith’s ‘Red State’

Wednesday, August 4 by

Kevin Smith is rounding out Red State's cast of "well-known unknowns." He's already cast Michael Parks (who? Oh yeah. That guy.) to play the sadistic minister at the center of the story. Now there's news that a few other folks who you recognize from someplace may join the cast. Dermot Mulroney (About Schmidt), Stephen Root (Office Space), Kyle Gallner (Nightmare On Elm Street remake), Melissa Leo ("Treme"), and Michael Angarano (Gentleman Broncos) are contemplating taking roles in the horror film.
I'm not sure all these people count as unknowns. Dermot Mulroney and Stephen Root are pretty well-accomplished. Root starred on a popular sitcom for five years, and has appeared in over 150 projects. And some would argue that Dermot Mulroney is the most famous Dermot in America, nay, on the Planet Earth. (The Wrap)

Stephen Sommers May Return for ‘G.I. Joe’ Sequel…World May Not Care

Wednesday, August 4 by

Director Stephen Sommers may return for the proposed G.I. Joe sequel, Coming Soon is reporting…because they're obviously bored. Sommers, who directed  G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, would join Channing Tatum, who will reprise his role as Captain Duke Hause. Whooop-dee-do!

What is interesting, however, is that Rhett Reese and Paul Wernic, the writers behind Zombieland, are working on the script. This seems to indicate one of two things. Either the next G.I. Joe film will be a vast improvement over the original, or a certain pair of screenwriters are about to be exposed as frauds. Only time will tell.

Got to get tough, Reese and Wernic!

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