The entire country of Bolivia hangs in the balance.
This story appears to have a more personal take than the others out there.
Holla at yo’ boi this weekend.
He’s going to go medieval on your funny bone.
It could be funnier but it’s consistently pleasant.
‘Your Highness’ star Danny McBride visited students at North Carolina State University with the director, David Gordon Green, and offered sage advice on horse riding and jousting.
Director: David Gordon Green Cast: Natalie Portman, Zooey Deschanel, James Franco, Danny McBride Synopsis: A fantasy movie about an arrogant, lazy prince and his more heroic brother who must complete…
‘Suspiria’, but with weed.
The pilot, “Black Jack,” concerns a retired special ops agent, and has nothing whatsoever to do with Jack Black.
Pass these posters around the room.
We’ve seen the red band trailer for David Gordon Green’s Your Highness and we all laughed and looked at Natalie Portman in a thong and it was a really good time. Today, we have the green band version.
Franco and McBride play brothers, one of them brave, the other an idiot. When Franco’s fair maiden is kidnapped by an evil witch-man, the two go on a quest to rescue her. In the process, they find Natalie Portman, who is sporting some kind of amazing Middle Ages thong.
Sam Rockwell is in final negotiations to chase Jonah Hill all around town for his cocaine in The Sitter. David Gordon Green is directing the upcoming action-comedy about a babysitter who must evade drug dealers while taking care of three kids. It's like Adventures in Babysitting with more booger sugar and less Elisabeth Shue.
JB Smoove, better known as Leon from "Curb Your Enthusiam," is also on board to play Rockwell's drug dealing partner. The script by Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka is supposed to be hilarious, and I can't imagine teaming Smoove and Rockwell together will hurt any of the scenes. The only element that might suffer is the logistics, as Jonah Hill has to run around a town all night. (ThePlaylist)
When David Gordon Green picked up the rights to Taking Flight: The Hunt For A Young Outlaw, it was uncertain how the story would end. As of today, we have that resolution. After a three year manhunt, Colton Harris-Moore was finally captured by police in the Bahamas after stealing a plane, crashing it, leading authorites on a high-speed boat chase, before engaging them in a shoot out. How metal is this kid? I wouldn't be surprised if he somehow escaped by switching faces with a federal agent.No word yet on who will play Harris-Moore aka The Barefoot Bandit aka The Shoeless Asshole in Green's adaptation, but we'll keep you posted when Danny McBride, Adam Scott, Aziz Ansari, James Franco, Will Ferrell, and Nicolas Cage inevitably join the cast. (AFP)
You may or may not know the story of Colton Harris-Moore, the teenaged burglar who has remained at large for the last two years, having stolen (and crashed) several vehicles, boats, and aircrafts in that time. He was once witnessed fleeing a burgled home in western Washington State with no shoes, leading to the nickname "the Barefoot Bandit." He's also known as "the Teen Houdini," "the Boy Who Could Fly," and "the Shoeless Asshole." (That last one was coined by me.)Taking Flight: The Hunt for a Young Outlaw is a book proposal about Harris-Moore's insane legend to which David Gordon Green and his Rough House Pictures brosefs Danny McBride and Jody Hill now own the film rights. And understandably so. Pooping outdoors. Eating garbage. Stealing pies from window sills. Constantly on the run from Ranger Smith. This kid is living the life!! (Variety)
Jonah Hill has signed on for The Sitter, a comedy that's being compared to Adventures in Babysitting or Charles in Charge with less coke on set. Like Jackie Chan before him, Hill will play a babysitter in charge of the well-being of three children. Though unlike Chan he will not have the secret side-profession of international spy. Let us hope that the family doesn't have a pet pig or duck or whatever Hollywood decides to give them to make the marketing more quirky. The evening goes awry when Hill brings the kids to a drug dealer's house while trying to score some blow so that he can get laid. So, that's how he does it!!David Gordon Green is in talks to take over the directing duties from The Wackness's Jonathan Levine, who is currently working on I'm With Cancer. Buzz is that the script is hilarious, but what attracted Hill to the project was the mention that his babysitter character would have full fridge privileges. (THR)