Tim and Eric have reunited with Jeff Goldblum to sell GE’s revolutionary new light bulbs that you can control via your smartphone without having to use your legs at all.
Can we get this during the credits of the next installment?
At least there will be some consistency between sequels.
Welcome to Jurassic Park. Again.
Who wouldn’t want to watch this?
Whoa, is that Jeff Goldblum?
Just kidding. Nothing’s sexier than a shirtless Jeff Goldblum…
I think we can all agree the Nobel ceremony would have been a lot more fun with a disappointed Marlon Brando in the audience.
With big stars signed on, Adult Swim’s “Tim & Eric Awesome Show” is planning on taking over the big screen… but what will they do to it, exactly?
The 10 best movies with aliens show imaginative filmmakers from Hollywood giving us some interesting movies advancing the notion that there are planets in the galaxy that are inhabited by…
JJ Abrams gives Ford and McAdams a sneak peek at the "Lost" finale. Finally, a movie staring Harrison Ford that you're supposed to laugh at (besides Six Days Seven Nights and Hollywood Homicide, which you were supposed to laugh at, but didn't). Morning Glory, produced by golden boy JJ Abrams and co-staring Rachel McAdams, Diane Keaton, Patrick Wilson, and Jeff Goldblum, seems like it might have some legitimate humor. The movie tells the story of a “hotshot television producer is set the challenge of reviving a struggling morning show program, despite the constant feuding of its high-profile anchors.” It comes across as part Network, part "Today Now", and part steaming pile of sh*t. That last part is probably due to the fact that the film shares a screenwriter with The Devil Wears Prada and a director with Notting Hill. Even so, the trailer looks pretty good until the 2:00 mark, when Ford gets emotional and that Natasha Bedingfield song kicks in (I looked her up). See the trailer for yourself after the jump.
Note to Jennifer Aniston: put your cups of semen away when you're done with them. If you don't, Jason Bateman will get drunk, perform impromptu experiments, and your hopes of fertilization will go rushing down the drain. …Or will it? In the trailer for The Switch, formally known as The Baster, Bateman plays a humdrum mope named Wally who switches Patrick Wilson's love juice out with his own. Here, come closer. **Hushed tone** See, the only thing is though, Aniston's character was planning on using that love juice to conceive a child. So then guess what happens. She uses WALLY'S love juice instead. Then guess what happens! She has a kid! THEN GUESS WHAT HAPPENS!!! COMEDY!!!!!!!!! The film is directed by Josh Gordon & Will Speck, the same guys who did Blades of Glory, and also stars Jeff Goldblum as the same best friend character he played to Hugh Grant in Nine Months. Why do people continually listen to Goldblum's advice? The man has absolutely nothing of reason to offer. Check out the trailer after the jump. The Switch inserts itself in theaters August 20th, 2010.