After ‘Dexter’, it’s nice to see him play a good guy.
Knives are good and all, but it’s important to branch out every once in a while.
Chelsea Clinton somehow got hired as a reporter. An on-camera reporter.
Damn you, Dexter. You’ve pulled me back in.
Dexter finds God… and a new showrunner.
Colin Hanks has won the real lottery in addition to the genetic one.
He’ll be the Hanks son with the non-embarrassing connection to the music industry.
Remember the name Brea Grant. Or not, you can always look it up later.
I’m pulling for you, Colin Hanks.
I have always viewed Colins Hanks as more of a “murder victim” than “murder committer.” Maybe he charms his victims to death.
It's 4/20, so of course a trailer centering around the sweet sticky-icky has dropped. Stoner comedy HIGH School follows a valedictorian who, out of fear of losing his college scholarship, begrudgingly teams up with a charismatic pothead to do the only thing they can think of to neutralize the threat—get the entire student body stoned. If you can't tell by the above screen shot, Adrien Brody plays the drug dealer with a penchant for stink eyes, and Matt Bush, the kid from those "don't throw your f*ckin' minutes away!" AT&T commercials, plays Henry Burke, the student. Michael Chiklis dons a full head of whispy hair as the smarmy principal who institutes a zero-tolerance policy at the school and wants Henry's head on a pike. Those crazy kids at this past Sundance loved the film, but I heard that crowd only smokes kind buds, so your experience may differ depending on your allowance. Check out the… Oh man. **Giggles uncontrollably** I know I put something after the jump.
Director: John StalbergCast: Adrien Brody, Matt Bush, Michael Chiklis, Colin HanksSynopsis: With his college scholarship hanging in the balance, Burke begrudgingly teams up with charismatic pothead Travis Breaux to do the only thing they can think of to neutralize this threat—get the entire student body stoned.