Big robots are the natural predators of big aliens.
Suck it, monsters!
It’s a sci-fi thriller with Charlie Day. Do we really need to see it to know it will rock?
Oh man, I bet these bosses are gonna be sooooooo bad! Let’s go get drunk, guys!
The gang joins Facebook.
The greatest board game ever!
Is this life imitating art, or simply *ssholes being *ssholes?
Be glad you don’t work at any of these places.
Frank will allow his dead body to be filled with ‘cream’ after he dies.
In which a group of obnoxious people travel to an obnoxious place.
In which the best-laid plans fall to a “touch of consumption.”
Glenn, Rob, and Charlie will be producing, but not lending their voices.
You gotta start somewhere. Mac started on Law & Order.
These hare-brained schemes are slightly less lucrative than starting a website.
You heard me, “white stain”…
From Ric Astley to Steve Winwood, and all points in between.
The yellow ‘Kitten Mittens’ are a nice touch.
Exactly the safe kind of mainstream comedy you’d expect it to be.
Director: Seth GordonCast: Colin Farrell, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx, Donald SutherlandSynopsis: Three friends conspire to murder their awful bosses when they realize they are standing in the way of their happiness.Release Date: July 29, 2011
Let’s hope these aren’t all of the best parts.
All of your favorites will be in attendance.
Apparently, ridding the Earth of alien invaders is “Charlie work.”
Time spent with the cast at Fox studios shed some light on what we can expect in season seven, including, but not limited to, Mac gaining 50 lbs.
I am like the genie of internet posters, but only for specific movies at specific times.
Oh really? Your boss is Jennifer Aniston, and she’s putting the moves on you? That’s tragic, pal.
Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis are TCB (takin’ care of business).
Vince Vaughn, John Mayer and now Charlie Day (“It’s Always Sunny”) joins the No Jennifer Aniston Club. Check out these preview pics for ‘Horrible Bosses’ with Kevin Spacey and Jason Bateman.
Going the Distance
R, 97m., 2010
Cast: Drew Barrymore, Justin Long, Charlie Day, Christina Applegate, Jason Sudeikis, Jim Gaffigan, Kelli Garner, and Ron Livingston
Directed by Nanette Burstein
Screenplay by Geoff LaTuippe
Going the Distance is a romantic comedy with two very likable leads in the shape of Justin Long and Drew Barrymore, who find themselves going out for one lazy been there seen that before script.
The script by newcomer Geoff LaTuippe and direction by documentarian Nanette Burstein tries to give the film some edge by basing the movie's love fling in reality but gets caught up in the standard whining of most romantic comedies.
More after the jump…
How do you make the ensemble cast of Horrible Bosses even better? Throw in the "Old Spice Guy," of course.
Isaiah Mustafa, the star of the now legendary deodorant ads will reportedly play a cop in the upcoming comedy. Mustafa joins a list of Hollywood heavyweights, including Colin Farrell, Charlie Day, Jennifer Aniston, and Kevin Spacey, just to name a few.
Will the fact that Mustafa is the face of Old Spice create animosity with co-star Kevin Spacey, a well known Brut man? We'll keep you posted (Cinema Blend).