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RED BAND TRAILER FOR ‘THE GOODS: LIVE HARD, SELL HARD’ WITH JEREMY PIVEN

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The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard Red Band Trailer – Watch more Movie Trailers Check out the trailer for The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard starring Jeremy Piven.  It's all about a car salesman, is being produced by Adam McKay and Will Ferell's Gary Sanchez, and seems a lot like the tone of the August Blowout car salesmen script that McKay and Ferrell scripted some years ago.  Hell, it might be based on that script.  I don't know.  I don't care.  I'm too busy laughing tonight for research. Top Links of the Day:      Meet Carin Ashley        24-35 Year Old's Facebook       'Accidents Happen' Trailer               Legos Caught Fornicating          Tennis Ball Gadgets          New Scream Trilogy?              6 Sex Myths (That Are True)       Drunken Monkeys           Learn To Fight MMA Style              Cameron, Fincher Join 'Metal'     Bill O'Reilly Is Wrong      Phil Ivey Makes $12 Million                A Gallery of Pee Stains          Old School Beer Ads            The New iPhone Tidbits               Heisman Frontrunners           Front Flip Gone Wrong          Metal Gear Spoof               Javier Bardem Does Chick Flick?  

SUMMER MOVIES… AND SNUGGIES!

Monday, June 8 by

The Snuggie.  You may not own one, but you probably know someone who does, or at least you're familiar with the "blanket with sleeves" that's become a bit of a internet meme.  It's such a ridiculous yet attractive product that it's managed to seep its way into mainstream media, making appearances on shows like "30 Rock," and "The Big Bang Theory."  And much of its popularity seems to be based on this really lo-fi – some may say terrible – commercial.  Snuggie Commercial – Watch more Funny Videos

HBO’s ‘Hung’ Trailer

Monday, June 8 by

EMBED-HUNG Trailer – Watch more free videos If you've been wondering what Alexander Payne has been doing since Sideways look no further.  He directed the pilot for this HBO comedy about a down on his luck high school PE teacher (Thomas Jane) who decides to take advantage of his biggest asset by becoming a male escort.  And if you can't figure out what that asset is by the title of the show then you're in for quite a surprise.   HUNG premieres on HBO Sunday June 28th at 10PM. 

Stephen Colbert Shaves Head for Iraq Broadcasts of ‘The Colbert Report’

Monday, June 8 by

Tonight!  Kicking off his week-long historical broadcast from Iraq – the first time any show has broadcast from a tour entertaining U.S. Troops – Stephen Colbert dons a camouflage suit, and shaves his head in support of our men and women overseas.  In this show, Colbert's first guest, General Ray Odierno (pictured above) received a message from President Obama ordering him to shave Colbert's noggin.  Spoiler alert!  His hair will grow back thanks to genetics.  Image courtesy of AP Images[via Perez Hilton]

HBO’s ‘HUNG’ TRAILER

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HUNG

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Once a star high school athlete, Ray Drecker (Thomas Jane) finds himself at the end of the line as an underpaid PE coach whose wife and kids have left him.  After taking a local self-help class, he teams with an old flame to help market his biggest asset with hopes of fortune and luck as a male escort.Cast: Thomas Jane, Anne Heche, Jane Adams Network: HBO Airs: Sunday, June 28, 10 PM

ALL THE INFO ON JAMES CAMERON’S ‘AVATAR’ COMPILED

Monday, June 8 by

Above: Power Suit from Avatar on display at E3This morning, SlashFilm's Russ Fischer made a mega post about Avatar in which he compiled everything he has been able to gather on the film from his trusted sources and from producer Jon Landau's presentation at last week's E3 conference.  (UbiSoft's Avatar game will be released concurrently with the film).  Head over to SlashFilm for all the goods, or check our our Cliff Notes version after the jump – BOTH CONTAIN SPOILERS!

11 TERMINALLY TYPECAST ACTORS

Monday, June 8 by

Being a movie star is hard.  You have to deal with all those fans constantly wanting your autograph… the measly millions of dollars made every movie (barely enough to pay…

JOHN STAMOS IS DEVELOPING A BIG SCREEN “FULL HOUSE”

Monday, June 8 by

The NY Daily News reports that John Stamos is interested in bringing his sitcom Full House to the big screen. The actor is looking to recast the extended Tanner Clan with Steve Carell, James Franco and Tracy Morgan as Danny, Uncle Jessy, and Uncle Joey respectively. I'm not excited to see this happen at all. If you're going to bring anything back, bring back Manimal.Spiderman rumor mill turns again. (NY Post)Mickey Rourke is awesome. (Guardian UK)Monsters Inc 2 in the works. Billy Crystal works again. (Movie Hole) Steve Guttenberg resurfaces in a slasher flick. (Dread Central)Dominic Monaghan returns to ABC in some form. (io9)

Moon

Sunday, June 7 by

DIRECTOR: Duncan Jones CAST: Sam Rockwell, Kevin Spacey (voice)SYNOPSIS: Astronaut Sam Bell has a quintessentially personal encounter toward the end of his three-year stint on the Moon, where he, working alongside his computer, GERTY, sends back to Earth parcels of a resource that has helped diminish our planet's power problems.

Colbert in Iraq, Stewart Fights at Home

Sunday, June 7 by

The big news in basic cable this weekend was that Stephen Colbert, comedian and host of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" has arrived in Iraq for a week of taping the program from an actual war zone.  It's a bold move on Comedy Central's part and, depending on your definition of "war zone," potentially a very brave move on Colbert, himself.  But some could argue that Colbert still has a lot of work to do if he wants to rival his colleague, "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart in the race to be dubbed a Real American Hero. Loyal reader Ron Najor made such an argument in an impassioned email sent to Screen Junkies this weekend, and we liked it so much, we thought we'd publish it.  Unlike the majority of posts on SJ, this is a completely serious rant.  But don’t panic.  We embedded some funny clips. 

BUSEY GREMLINS WISH YOU A HAPPY WEEKEND!

Friday, June 5 by

I have nothing to say about this image other than a) Thank you,SickPigs.com for bringing this masterpiece to my attention and b) if you are the person responsible for this masterpiece and you like "Dexter," then I have a Dexter Bobblehead courtesy of Showtime Networks for you.  Just email us with evidence at feedback@screenjunkies.com and we'll reward you.  Today's Top Links:    Christina Marie                      Red Carpet Moments           Nick Cage Hires Witch Doctor             NBA Finals Girlfriends          Microsoft's New Gaming         Best Performances of 2000s                  Why Does TV Suck?       Star Wars/80s TV Mashups       Brock Lesnar Smashes Odor                 Actresses Get Ripped            Women Make Men Dumb       Warrant Over One-Piece               Etiquette Issues                    5 Types of Dog Owners           Cooking With Beer                Fight  Turns into Strip            Clash Of The Titans Pic            Modern Day Jesus                  Pwned in an Elevator        Congressman Protests NBA       

‘THE HANGOVER’ REVIEW

Friday, June 5 by

“Oh my God…” That was what the woman sitting behind me in the theater kept muttering as we watched The Hangover together.  I have to admit, I had a similar reaction to this clever and raunchy comedy, albeit a silent one.  I can understand why Zach Galifianakis’s ass might elicit such a response, verbal or internal.  In a world of reimaginings and adaptations, it was refreshing to experience an original piece of material taking full advantage of its potential.  The concept is so simple it’s a wonder no one’s thought of it before, but hallelujah for the people out there like Todd Phillips who get creative when delivering big laughs.

‘LAND OF THE LOST’ REVIEW

Friday, June 5 by

  If you're reading this during Land of the Lost's opening weekend and happened to have come here from our homepage, you may have noticed the GIANT LAND OF THE LOST AD enveloping it.  So, for those of you who think our advertisers dictate our reviews, you probably shouldn't read on.  (And those of you who thought our "Best/Worst Movie Time Machines" piece was a thinly-veiled ad for Land of the Lost, you should just stop reading the site entirely.)  Because I genuinely liked Land of the Lost. 

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