The state department has invited Edward Snowden back for the premiere party, saying it’s going to be “sick.”
Ok! Ok! I’ll fear them. FINE.
It would have been funnier if there were like, 15 Tom Hardys, but that’s not what history has given us.
Whatever the hell that means.
In which Katniss graduates from icon to military general/politician.
Where the f*ck is Rufio?
It looks like this movie could stand alone even without the nostalgia factor.
If I had omnipotence, I would have made Edgar Wright the director for this and have it co-star Nick Frost.
All these years and they still haven’t been able to create friendly dinosaurs. Ridiculous.
The force has been awakened! We react to the release of our biggest look at Star Wars: Episode VII yet!!
Do you really need to tap us on the shoulder for every little development? Just make your damn comic book movie.
It’s light on plot, but it’s got “dramedy” written all over it.
If you’re the type of person that pays for tickets to movies to see a trailer, this is huge news for you.
Rushing or dragging? RUSHING OR DRAGGING?
Costarring a very tight mock turtleneck.
It’s pretty dramatic for community college.
Someone put a bullet in this franchise already.
Getting beaten up by a blind lawyer can’t be good for criminals’ self-esteem.
The Super Bowl offers a little bit of something for everyone.
Ok. I’m ready for the premiere now. In *sigh* two and a half months.
WHY MORGAN FREEMAN. WHY?!
Yup, he says, “I’ll be back.”
Maybe the week? Certainly through lunch.
Maybe it’s time McCarthy and Feig see other people?
No one does sci-fi quite like Blomkamp.
Can I get a HELL YEAH, BROS!!! (*funnels Goldschlager*)
The future is weird, and a little gimmick-y.
For the average moviegoer seeking a 90-minute escape from reality and maybe a few CGIsplosions, there are few phrases more terrifying than “Written and directed by Terrence Malick.”
This one looks good. Pixar does well for itself when it goes “smart.”