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50 Cent’s Got the ‘Before I Self Destruct’ Trailer on Lockdown

Tuesday, October 27 by

Before I Self Destruct Trailer – Watch more Funny Videos  50 Cent can now rightfully don an askew director's cap as he has just released the trailer for his directorial debut Before I Self Destruct. Curtis Jackson aka Fitty aka Mr. Ferrari also stars in the low budget flick where he shows off his acting range (For instance, in some scenes he holds a gun and in others he does not). Beyond that it just seems like inaudible mumbling. And if 50 Cent's albums are any indication, inaudible mumbling sells like hotcakes. The cops is at your Nana's house. Hide out with these links…  10 People That Will Definitely Be On Your Next Flight (HolyTaco) 20 Gruesome Sports Injuries (TotalProSports) Where The Wild Things Are Girl Revealed! (TheChive) Pulp Fiction Sound FX Mashup Is Legit (FilmDrunk) 10 Great Movies You'll Never Watch Again (Pajiba) Amy Winehouse Needs To Mind Her New Breasts (CelebJihad) 15 Zombie Road Signs (Unreality) How To Make Your Own Beer Pong Table (Asylum) Proof That MLS Fans Are Pussies (BustedCoverage) Tribute To Girls In Referee Outfits (RegretfulMorning) Is She Playing Hard To Get? (MadeMan) Win $200 In NASCAR Halloween Costume Contest (AllLeftTurns)

DANCING WITH THE STARS

Tuesday, October 27 by

Network: ABCHost: Tom BergeronSynopsis: Celebrities partner up with professional dancers and compete against each other in weekly elimination rounds to determine a winner.

Before I Self Destruct

Tuesday, October 27 by

Curtis Jackson's directorial debut. Starring Curtis Jackson.A young man tries to get rich even if that involves dyin' in the attempt.

What’s On TV Tonight: Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

Tuesday, October 27 by

Tonight Spike honors horror movies and BET honors hip-hop. Both industries famous for stabbings. CHECK OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN & PACIFIC!!!

Will Ferrell & Mark Walhberg are ‘The Other Guys’

Tuesday, October 27 by

Will Ferrell has a new partner, and his name sounds nothing like John C. Reilly.  It sounds like Mark Wahlberg; Marky Mark if you're nasty.  And we've got proof that these two are cleaning up city scum in the new Adam McKay directed comedy The Other Guys.  Samuel L. Jackson and Dwayne "No Longer Call Me The Rock" Johnson are also partnered up in it as the guys, because you can't have the "other" without having the "the." Set in New York City, The Other Guys follows Detective Allen Gamble (Ferrell), a forensic accountant who’s more interested in paperwork than hitting the streets, and Detective Terry Hoitz (Wahlberg), who has been stuck with Allen as his partner ever since an embarrassing public incident with his quick trigger finger. Allen and Terry idolize the city’s top cops, Danson and Manzetti (Dwayne Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson), but when an opportunity arises for the Other Guys to step up, things don’t quite go as planned. I don't know about you, but I'm quite liking these pairings and contrasts.  McKay's last film Step Brothers left me wanting, and I'm hoping The Other Guys delivers on the laughs as well as the story. The Ferrell man-child is more worn out than the Farley man-child. [ScreenRant]  Check out more pics of Jackson & Johnson (not the lotion company) after the jump!

The Other Guys

Tuesday, October 27 by

Director: Adam McKayCast: Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Samuel L. Jackson, Dwayne Johnson Synopsis: Set in New York City, The Other Guys follows Detective Allen Gamble (Ferrell), a forensic accountant who’s more interested in paperwork than hitting the streets, and Detective Terry Hoitz (Wahlberg), who has been stuck with Allen as his partner ever since an embarrassing public incident with his quick trigger finger. Allen and Terry idolize the city’s top cops, Danson and Manzetti (Dwayne Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson), but when an opportunity arises for the Other Guys to step up, things don’t quite go as planned.

‘Paranormal Activity’ Spawns Porno Knock-Off

Tuesday, October 27 by

Paranormal Activity is an undoubted success. It cost $11,000 to make and has raked in over $62 million at the box office. I don't have a calculator on hand but when you do the math the profits equal a f*ckload. Of course a sequel is being talked about but more importantly the attention has warranted a pornographic knock-off. Or knockers-off, in this case:Dread Central has alerted us to Jim Wynorski's Para-Knocker's Activity. Yes, the Spielberg of Boob Cinema is taking on the ghost genre and giving it a kinky edge. Filming is slated to begin right after Halloween (presumably because Halloween props will be marked down). Look for it this Spring at the Cans Film Festival.

Find Camouflaged Matt Damon in Trailer for ‘Green Zone’

Tuesday, October 27 by

The first trailer for Paul Greengrass's political thriller Green Zone just hit the web, and boy does it look politically thrilling. The film is set in the chaotic early days of the Iraqi War when no one could be trusted and every decision could detonate unforeseen consequences. Sounds like dramatic conflict abounds! After seeing The Bourne Supremacy there's no doubt that Greengrass can shoot himself an action scene, and Damon can kick ass in said action scene. It doesn't appear that Green Zone will disappoint on these two very crucial fronts.

Green Zone

Tuesday, October 27 by

Director: Paul GreengrassCast: Matt Damon, Greg Kinnear, Amy Ryan, Jason IsaacsSynopsis: A thriller about a pair of CIA agents on the trail of certain Weapons of Mass Destruction and a foreign correspondent following their mission.

‘Castle’ Actress Stana Katic

Tuesday, October 27 by

In her latest gig, Stana Katic plays the sultry, flirtacious Detective Kate Beckett in the Castle, giving Nathan Fillion a run for his money every week. Insert your own “frisking” joke here. Watch the show and I think you'll agree that there's something about her. Her commanding presence makes you want to willingly obey. A word from Stana: "It was my first time kissing a woman and I had a great time with her."Are you planning on doing this again? When? Will it be in an open forum? Do tickets go on sale soon? Can I buy them directly through the venue because I really hate paying exorbitant service charges. Here are some more pics after the jump, free of charge!

‘Short Circuit’ Remake Via Paul Blart

Tuesday, October 27 by

When in doubt of who would be perfect to remake a classic, get the guy who directed Paul Blart: Mall Cop. Steve Carr already directed Are We Done Yet, the…

Short Circuit

Tuesday, October 27 by

Director: Steve CarrCast: TBDSynopsis: Built by the military to be a highly sophisticated weapon, Johnny 5 develops a conscience and personality after being hit by lightning. He befriends a lonely boy and his fractured family.

Ricky Gervais Will Host The Golden Globes

Tuesday, October 27 by

The TV Subtitling Industry is set to make a bundle this January as mumbly British comic Ricky Gervais has been hired to host the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards. This comes as no surprise as The Office star has crushed as a presenter at the Emmys for the last few years. Apparently, he's been approached to host other awards shows in the past but never had an interest. In a statement, Gervais… err… stated: "I have resisted many other offers like this, but there are just some things you don't turn down. Not only is this the biggest Hollywood celebration of the industry which includes both film and TV, but also an environment where I feel I can get free reign as a host."The noms for this year's Globes will be announced in December. Gervais appeared most recently in The Invention of Lying and will be seen next in his day-to-day life looking like a human/mole hybrid. (First Showing)

The League

Monday, October 26 by

Synopsis: Semi-scripted comedy about a Fantasy Football leagueCast: Nick Kroll, Mark Duplass, Paul Scheer, Jonathan LaJoieAirdate/time: Thursdays @ 10:30pm ET/PT Network: FX 

David Spade and DirecTV Resurrect Chris Farley

Monday, October 26 by

  Chris Farley & David Spade Direct TV Commercial – Watch more Funny Videos Direct TV has a new ad that re-creates the "Fat Guy In A Little Coat" scene from Tommy Boy. Many feel the ad is in poor taste given Chris Farley's sad end and are appalled that David Spade would take part. However, in Spade's defense the cable provider did get the consent of the Farley family before he accepted all that blood money. Regardless of your stance on the ethics of advertising, I think that the real lesson here is that life is fleeting and can be torn away from us at any time. Like so many little coats. [Asylum] Get a good look at the butcher's ass by shoving your head up these links:  7 Best Maury Povich Paternity Result Reactions (HolyTaco) Mark Sanchez Sneaks A Sideline Hot Dog (TotalProSports) Courage Wolf, Advice You Can Count On (TheChive) Brett Ratner's Girlfriend In Playboy (FilmDrunk) 15 Horrifying Baby Halloween Costumes (SuperTremendous) The Stink Of The Adam Sandler Curse (Pajiba) Miranda Kerr Poses On A Rooftop (CelebJihad) A Collection of Videos That Make Fun Of Michael Bay (Unreality) Political Halloween Costumes (Asylum) 10 Naughty NSFW Pumpkin Pics (RegretfulMorning) 5 Performance Driving Moves To Lose Cops (MadeMan) Earnhardt Losing Streak Reaches 53 (AllLeftTurns) Woman Pulls Whole Shelf Of Alchohol On Herself (NothingToxic) The Greatest Action Movie That Never Was (Atom)

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