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The zombie genre gets reinvented for the better. I consider myself a zombie purist. They are shuffling, rotting, undead husks. They don't run. They don't climb. And they don't roll on Shabbos. But can they love? Yes, apparently. That's the questioned asked in this trailer for Warm Bodies which seems like a charming and inventive addition to the genre. This does for zombies what Edward Scissorhands did for freaky scissor-handed people. It's not the groanworthy Twilight-ification that we all expected. Just total fun and has John Malkovich and an undead Rob Corddry in addition to Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer in the lead roles of zombie and the girl who inspires his heart to beat again. Hate on it if you have to, but at least they aren't fast zombies.


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Pick a whore, any whore! The trailer for Taylor Hackford's Love Ranch has scratched, tickled, and hit the web. In it, Helen Mirren and Joe Pesci portray the real life couple that started the first legal brothel in Nevada. Needless to say, there are prostitutes in this film, gentlemen, and you better believe at some point Pesci teaches them some respect. Will it be Gina Gershon, Bai Ling, Scout Taylor-Compton, or Taryn Manning who is subject to the little man's wrath? Considering Manning has already done the whole "lady of the night thing" before in Hustle & Flow she's probably the most resilient. But don't get too cocky, Taryn. Pesci lays down pimp law a lot harder than Terrence Howard. I have the bruises to prove it. Check out the trailer after the jump. Love Ranch propositions its way into theaters June 30.


Sarah Hyland From 'Modern Family' Just Texted To Say I Love You

Keep in mind, she doesn't really love you. Check out this ne Break Original video, I Just Texted to Say I Love You, starring Modern Family's Sarah Hyland. It's just like the song, "I Just Called To Say I Love You", but ya know, all techie and stuff, because calling people is for losers...losers like your grandparents. So help me God, I feel like a real creep staring at Sarah Hyland every time I watch Modern Family. But come to find out, she's 20 years old, so I don't have to feel bad at all! Hooray for small victories!


'Love & Other Drugs' Trailer Makes Boner Pills Romantic

Deeeeeeeerp! Jack Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway star in Love & Other Drugs, a romantic comedy that isn't afraid to rom-com it up in every aspect possible. Gyllenhaal plays a charming Viagra salesman who tricks a free-spirited Hathaway into taking her shirt off. After she beats him with a suitcase, they go get a cup of coffee, and the rest is history. The cheeseball lines, the music, the sappy on-screen text, the emotionally distant male protagonist whose resolve is broken by the emotionally distant female protagonist -- it's got it all. Why couldn't their casual arrangement of sex with no strings attached just have remained casual?! Because love got in the way, Silly. Ed Zwick, who has been taking on period pieces such as The Last Samurai and Defiance as of late, directed the film, which I suppose could still be considered a period piece, meaning you have to be able to have one in order to think it looks good. Love & Other Drugs hits theaters November 24th. Check out the trailer after the jump... Love and Other Drugs Trailer - Watch more Movie Trailers


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Alec Baldwin Drags Couples Into Cabs To Give Them Advice In 'Love Ride'

Is he really not using Uber? I'm no Alec Baldwin expert, but I wasn't aware that he was in a position to give people relationship advice. I mean, I'm sure he does great with the ladies, but that doesn't mean he's an expert. That means he's a rich actor. And I know he's got one very bitter divorce under his belt, which is a strike against him. But, again, he's a famous actor, so he gets a web series doing pretty much anything he wants. And what he wants is Love Ride, a show in which he grabs couples and throws them in a car (you know, like a kidnapper would), then pries into their lives to give them advice. This is the first episodes, there's one more out, and they will be released weekly until everyone's relationship is fixed or until Alec Baldwin dies. Whatever happens first. (THR)


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20th Century Fox sent over an exclusive red-band trailer of Ed Zwick's Love & Other Drugs starring Jack Gyllenhaal and Anna Hathaway. We can finally see that this film has some edge to it, and a ton of synonyms for the word "penis." 20th Century Fox sent over an exclusive red-band trailer of Ed Zwick's Love & Other Drugs starring Jack Gyllenhaal and Anna Hathaway. We can finally see that this film has some edge to it, and a ton of synonyms for the word "penis." Gyllenhaal plays a charming Viagra salesman who engages in a casual relationship with Hathaway after seeing her boobs under false pretenses. But love gets in the way, as it always does. Damn feelings. We praise evolution for giving Man a conscience, but it's the main reason we can't screw like monkeys. Well most of us who have to get up in the morning for work, anyway.