Elizabeth Banks Has A Terrible, Post-Coital Commute In 'Walk Of Shame' Trailer

We've all been there. Amirite, gals? In Walk of Shame, Elizabeth Banks plays a young woman unaware of how doors work who embarks on an epic journey to get across town. After her friends drag her out to help get her groove back, she meets James Marsden and falls for his Pinocchio cheekbones and willingness to let her come at him with a knife. However, she finds herself having some difficulty getting to work the next morning when her car is towed and is forced to walk through the James Marsden's terrible neighborhood. It's filled with hookers, drug dealers, thugs, and child perverts. But, hey, that's the price you have to pay if you want those nice exposed brick walls.

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Ok! Ok! I'll fear them. FINE. In the past few months, we've learned a little bit more about that Walking Dead spinoff, Fear the Walking Dead. We learned its name, we got a rough idea of plot, its shooting location, and a few casting announcements. And a new trailer released by AMC not only confirms all that we've learned, but offers up a look at the production design of the new series as well, albeit a terribly limited one. It's not all that enlightening, but it's a start. Considering the premiere of the show lands in August, we should get more and more of these clips to get the hype machine going. And they were nice enough to issue a plot synopsis as well: A companion series to “The Walking Dead,” the #1 show on television among adults 18-49, “Fear the Walking Dead” takes us back to the beginning of the zombie apocalypse – a time when the world was changing rapidly for reasons unknown, before anyone understood exactly what was happening, when life as everyone knew it was upended and altered in ways no one could have ever imagined. “Fear the Walking Dead” is executive produced by Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero, David Alpert and showrunner David Erickson and produced by AMC Studios. The series, set in Los Angeles, stars Kim Dickens as Madison, Cliff Curtis as Travis, Frank Dillane  as Nick, Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia, Elizabeth Rodriguez as Liza, Ruben Blades as Daniel, Mercedes Mason as Ofelia and Lorenzo James Henrie as Chris. Again, more confirmation than "news," but it's nice to know that there will be zombies in this one, too.


Magicians Rob Banks In Dorkiest Way Possible In 'Now You See Me' Trailer

On the one hand, pretty cool. On the other, it necessitates wearing a top hat. Critics of the Occupy Wall Street movement have lambasted the group for their lack of organization, clear-set goals, and now, magic. Now You See Me follows a group of snazzy dressed magicians who seemingly teleport into banks and blink out with all of the money. Jesse Eisenberg mixes his Marc Zuckerberg with David Copperfield while joined by Woody Harrelson, who stops preaching the magic of hemp long enough to convince us of the power of actual magic. However, I think the real magic here is the silky tones of Morgan Freeman. He even made the magic loom from Wanted seem believable.


'Smashed' Trailer: Aaron Paul And Mary Elizabeth Winstead Get Wastypants

Featuring Nick Offerman. Mary Elizabeth Winstead has been getting rave reviews for her performance in Smashed. Now having viewed the trailer, I can I see why. Look at her drinking in the shower and riding bikes and playing pool. She's the perfect girl! Until she decides to throw all of that away like a fool. And that's the plot of Smashed. Winstead and Aaron Paul redefine their relationship when they agree to give up drinking and drugging and, in her case, make-up as well.


Jake Gyllenhaal Experiences Commuter Hell In ‘Source Code’ Trailer

Summit has dropped the trailer for Duncan Jones's Source Code, and it's a good ol' fashioned brain tickler. Jake Gyllenhaal is a Captain who wakes up in the body of another man. He soon finds out that he's part of a government experiment called the "Source Code," which enables him to cross over into another man's identity in the last 8 minutes of his life. Summit has dropped the trailer for Duncan Jones's Source Code, and it's a good ol' fashioned brain tickler. Jake Gyllenhaal is a Captain who wakes up in the body of another man. He soon finds out that he's part of a government experiment called the"Source Code," which enables him to cross over into another man's identity in the last 8 minutes of his life. He relives a massive train explosion over and over and over again in an effort to find the bomber and get the damn train safely to its stop. It looks one notch more intense than your average NYC work commute, which is saying a lot. Michelle Monaghan plays the love interest, and Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright run the program. I wish more code writers at my office looked like Vera Farmiga. And smelled less like Pringles. Love you guys! (Please don't destroy my site).


Go Behind The Scenes Of 'Fear The Walking Dead'

This show will be entirely different but very much the same. With The Walking Dead's sexy new counterpart series, The Walking Dead: L.A. Nights, set to premiere toward the end of the summer, the producers want you to know, "We got this." There's no official footage ready to share but instead we get the next best thing, behind-the-scenes interviews. This peak behind the curtain confirms that the series will be entirely different than the mopey, walking around in the woods tone of its predecessor and first focus on the early days of the zombie apocalypse. And it will be really cool. What more do you need to know?


Elizabeth Olsen FREAKS OUT In 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' Trailer

She does a flawless Mischa Barton. Elizabeth Olsen made a big splash at this past year's Sundance Film Festival with her appearance in Martha Marcy May Marlene. Now, those of us who have trouble breathing in high altitudes can see what all the hub-bub was about. In this trailer, the newly-discovered credible Olsen seems really solid in the role of a girl who returns to her family after spending time with a cult. And John Hawkes is effortlessly creepy as the cult leader. I bet he watches his people poop. Seems like the type. The film hits theaters on October 7th and Cannes before that. I have to say, Olsen nails this role of a confused girl freaking out for no apparent reason. It's a flawless Mischa Barton impression.


The Second Trailer For 'The Walk' Still Seriously Trying To Make Us Barf

I need to sit down. Robert Zemeckis is back with a much more involved look at my worst nightmare. In The Walk, Joseph Gordon-Levitt adopts a silly accent to portray Philippe Petit, the maniac who tightrope-walked between the World Trade Center towers in 1974. This new trailer offers a look at how Petit and his team gained access to the roof of the World Trade Center and experimented with rigging their equipment and, of course, a brief look at the terrifying walk between the towers. I'm going to go lay down for a little while.


Honest Trailers: 'The Walking Dead'

MORE ZOMBIE MURDERS. Ever since the INTERMINABLE expedition for Sophia in season 2, people have been clamoring to knock The Walking Dead down a peg or two. While a cable budget won't afford the show to offer 42 minutes of zombie massacres in desolate downtown Atlanta, it certainly could have done better than the snail's pace character development it offered. So we address that and a about a thousand other things in yet another Honest Trailer. Honest.