Amanda Seyfried Has A Killer Set Of Pipes In New 'Les Miserables' Trailer

I bet they go all the way to the floor. A new international trailer for Les Miserables has washed up on U.S. shores that shows off the singing ability of the cast, and man, would I feel like a dickhead during karaoke night with Amanda Seyfried and Anne Hathaway. I'm calling it now. Those two are the Three 6 Mafia of this year's Academy Awards.

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Robert De Niro Works For Anne Hathaway In 'The Intern'

He's old, you see! Robert De Niro has tackled some very big meaty roles in his career. However, his turn in The Intern has him playing a much more diminutive character, serving as gofer to young CEO Anne Hathaway. Nancy Meyers directs, so things won't get TOO slapsticky or jokey, but they could still get pretty trite, knowing her previous body of work. Of course, because it's a film, the age gap gets bridged by a mutual respect and all that jazz. The film also stars Adam DeVine from Workaholics, which is pretty awesome. I'd luck to see a buddy comedy with him and DeNiro. Here's the trailer for The Intern:


More Bodies Hit The Floor In 'Sabotage' Trailer

Looks like 'Predator' with illegal aliens instead of space aliens. Though the hair and makeup departments didn't get the menu that this isn't a Limp Bizkit biopic, Sabotage looks fun. Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as the leader of a DEA task force whose team comes under fire after money is stolen from a huge cartel bust. This new trailer doesn't really give us anything more except Olivia Williams's really weird accent and the update that the cartel kidnap Schwarzenegger's wife and kid (naturally). Any film with silly, tough guy haircuts also has silly, tough guy nicknames, and online researched has revealed that Sabotage is no exception. Awww. At least give the Stripper a fun name too. Like Boobers or Crabwalk or something.


Let The Bodies Hit The Floor: Sylvester Stallone Kill Count Supercut

Sylvester Stallone just killed a bunch of guys. This supercut compiles every time a screen villain has died by the hand of Sylvester Stallone. Coming in at a whopping 539 kills and clocking in at just over a half-hour, it proves that John Wick has no work ethic. Kids today. Of course, this count is by no means official and may be off by one or two. I'm pretty sure he kills someone in Oscar but can't expect anyone to sit through that movie in order to find out.


Bill Murray Knocked Out A 45-Minute Karaoke Set, And We've Got The Video

It's about Bill Murray, so it's automatically newsworthy. Bill Murray, remembering that he's Bill Murray, and hasn't done anything awesome in a couple days, got up at his Caddyshack restaurant and belted out songs for about 45 minutes, including the Animals "House of the Rising Sun." That sounds like a lot of fun and something I would like to see, even if it meant having to go to a place called the Caddyshack Restaurant. Fortunately, TMZ's reach knows no bounds, so they got some crappy video, which works out better for everyone.


Honest Trailers - X-Men Origins: Wolverine

The Wolverine is coming out next weekend, and while it looks better than Wolverine- Origins, so do most types of skin rash. We revisit the massive letdown that ruined the most badass member of the X-Men. We'll be uploading new HONEST TRAILERS every other Tuesday! (And 'Supercuts / MashUps' in between weeks) And new episodes of the ScreenJunkies Show every Thursday! So make sure to SUBSCRIBE!! Got a tip? Email us at - Like us on Facebook - http-// Follow us on twitter - http-// You can find all our Screen Junkies t-shirts here- http-// Honest Trailers- X-Men Origins- Wolverine Directed by Andy Signore Executive Producer Mitch Rotter Series Created by Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Episode Written by Spencer Gilbert, Ian Weinreich, Phil Rogers, Jason Pickar, Dan Murrell and Andy Signore Edited by Dan Murrell Voiceover Narration by Jon http-// As always let us know in the comments what movie you wanna see next! And check out our previous Honest Trailers- Honest Trailers- GROWN UPS http-// Honest Trailers- INDEPENDENCE DAY http-// Honest Trailers- THE LAST AIRBENDER http-// Honest Trailers- FAST FIVE http-// Honest Trailers- STAR TREK (2009) http-// Honest Trailers- IRON MAN 2 http-// Honest Trailers- HARRY POTTER http-// Honest Trailers- JURASSIC PARK http-// Honest Trailers- LES MISERABLES http-// Honest Trailers- TWILIGHT- BREAKING DAWN http-// Honest Trailers- THE NOTEBOOK http-// Honest Trailers- SKYFALL http-// Honest Trailers- INDIANA JONES & THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL http-// Honest Trailers- INCEPTION http-// Honest Trailers- THE LORD OF THE RINGS http-// Honest Trailers- THE DARK KNIGHT RISES http-// Honest Trailers- THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN http-// Honest Trailers- PARANORMAL ACTIVITY http-// Honest Trailers- PROMETHEUS http-// Honest Trailers- THE AVENGERS http-// Honest Trailers-


Seth Rogen Experiences The Downside Of Living Next To Dickheads In 'Neighbors' Trailer

This must be worse than living next to Justin Bieber. Set in a fictional reality where a rowdy fraternity is allowed to move into a residential area and Seth Rogen is able to woo and impregnate a hottie like Rose Byrne, Neighbors tells the story of a young couple battling the Greeks next door. Zac Efron and Dave Franco play the douchey frat neighbors whose wild parties, De Niro impersonations, and sperm upset the once quiet neighborhood. All that and I'm sure they're playing "Blurred Lines" non-stop. You just know.


Will Ferrell Is A Broken And Miserable Man In ‘Everything Must Go’

Will Ferrell loses the game of life in 'Everything Must Go'. In this film, we see Will Ferrell hit rock bottom. Or rather his character. In the real world, Will Ferrell bottomed out sometime between Kicking and Screaming and Semi-Pro. In Everything Must Go, we are spared the goofy, fake-angry Will Ferrell and subjected to an extremely mild-mannered doormat of a man who has to pick up the pieces and move on. We see Ferrell get fired, dumped, and sell all his stuff. It's a little unclear where he goes from there. One would hope he finds some sort of redemption or fresh start. Otherwise, this is a very sad story indeed. Other things to note in the trailer: Fat black kid, Dennis from "Sunny," Stephen Root, Pabst, and a song with the chorus "Standing at the door of self-discovery." Enjoy.


This Video Of Washed-Up 1980's Cartoon Characters Is The Best

The 80's were unkind to a lot of people, both real and fictional. But the harsh realities of the "me' decade weren't just felt by live-action people. This short film by Steve Cutts shows that our favorite 80's and 90's cartoon characters were put through the ringer, and they're working far worse for the wear. Should have spent more time at the gym and the therapist's office and a little less time at Studio 54 (or wherever the hell people were going in the 80's.) How many familiar faces can you spot in this video? I'll help you out in the beginning: Mario. Smurfs. Roger Rabbit.