'Inside Llewyn Davis' Trailer Remembers A New York Before Everything Got Pee On It

The good old days. With Inside Llewyn Davis, the Coen Brothers give us a pure look at New York City and Greenwich Village before all the trannies moved in. What a time it was. Everything looked almost out of focus and you could play with your cat on the subway without fear of someone snatching it out of your hands and running off. We still have five months before the film hits theaters but if the previews are any indication, John Goodman and his Lloyd Christmas haircut steal the show. "Folk singer with a cat. Is that part of your act? Every time you play a C major, you puke a hairball?" He's kidding, of course, but that would be pretty awesome to see. Take notes, Ke$ha.

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'Inside Llewyn Davis' Trailer Might Teach Us Where All These Damn Hipsters Came From

It's about folk music, which is a little boring, but it's directed by the Coen Brothers, who aren't. The Coen Brothers have a knack for being among the best pure storytellers in film, so whether or not they're making a biopic on Kim Kardashian, or a film about mutant killer sharks, you can bet it's going to suck you in. Which is good, because a big portion of our readership probably doesn't have profound connections to the Greenwich folk scene, so we can use all the help we can get in caring for those underemployed troubadours. But if anyone can make us care about these guys, it's the Coen Brothers.


Pixar Gives Us A Teaser Trailer For Its Next Release, 'Inside Out'

Bring it on! Let's wash that 'Cars 2' taste out of our mouths. There's something about Pixar movies that make them a little more special and eventful than regular ole' movies. Sort of like Wes Anderson and Tarantino films. They might not always be great, but it's always exciting to see what they have up their sleeves. And with that, it's nice to see they're going with the high-concept Inside Out for their next film. The movie essentially personifies all the emotions inside a girl's head and the characters take it from there. As Vulture points out, the fact that 75% of this teaser is Pixar's resume, which indicates that they might see this film as a little riskier than say, Cars 2, or another established entry. That's fine by us, as Pixar's riskiest work has generally been its finest. Take a look and see for yourself.


Pixar Gives Us The Full Trailer For Its Next Film, 'Inside Out'

This one looks good. Pixar does well for itself when it goes "smart." Pixar hasn't made a whole lot of noise recently, announcing some sequels for Toy Story and Nemo, but that's about it. It turns out they have a pretty big iron in the fire with Inside Out, which hits theaters next summer. We gave you the teaser a few months back, and it shed some light on the premise. There's a girl, and her emotions and thoughts are represented as bickering little characters inside her head. It's simple, it's poignant, and it's something that Pixar should be able to knock out of the park given their track record. We also get insight into her parents' thoughts. Everyone's really. It's worth the price of admission just to see a mechanism in the father's brain bellow, "Sir! Reporting high levels of sass!" in response to his daughter's attitude. Just watch the trailer. You'll be glad you did. (The Verge)


Warwick Davis Will Be Joining The Cast Of 'Star Wars: Episode VII'

Will these casting announcements never end? Fan favorite Warwick Davis was, for a day or two, the subject of rumors that he would appear in the next installment of Star Wars, Star Wars: Episode VII. Then, yesterday, he posted a YouTube video saying, yes, he was cast in the film. Good news for fans of both the film and the actor. And this video he used to confirm the rumors is pretty cute, too. Davis has appeared in a couple of the other Star Wars installments, as both an Ewok, and as Wald in Episode I. But he's best known for his tile roles in Willow and Leprechaun, as well as the starring role in HBO's Life's Too Short. Welcome back to Star Wars, Warwick.


New 'Vacation' Trailer Raises The Dog Pee Sandwich Bar

Rusty Griswold is going to Wally World even if it murders him. If you're seeking to revitalize a comedy franchise like the Vacation films, you've got to up the gross out comedy ante to contend with today's offerings. And that's what has lead us Rusty Griswold and family bathing in raw sewage. The original series switched out its Rusty and Audrey characters in order to keep their ages consistent. This new series may have to switch out the kids for health reasons.


Pee-wee Herman Has A Drinking Problem

Bad things always happen when Pee-wee leaves the playhouse. If you're like me, the combination of the words "Gwyneth Paltrow," "hosting," and"Saturday Night Live" caused you to unplug your television until Sunday morning. Which means you missed this fun Digital Short starring Andy Samberg and Pee-wee Herman. In the short, Samberg coaxes Herman off the milk-only wagon and learns that the beloved children's entertainer has a bit of a problem. No, not that one. A drinking problem this time. Further proof that tequila changes a man. One minute your making ice cream soup with a room full of puppets, the next you're assaulting police officers and respected news anchors. Totally reckless. Some drinking buddies are just bad for one another.


Colbie Caillat Covers 'Smelly Cat' At The NYC Central Perk Pop-Up

Let the nostalgia wash over you. In case you were hurting for 90's nostalgia, we'd like to remind you of the Friends pop-up shop that exists to commemorate the show's 20th anniversary. Of course, Gunther is gonna be there, but we're also relieved to find out that there has already been a cover of Phoebe Buffay's iconic coffeeshop anthem, "Smelly Cat." The cover was done by Colbie Caillat, who I'm unfamiliar with, but you can read about here. The experience is now complete, so you're free to fly to New York and indulge in a big latte, and maybe listen to some Dishwalla on your Discman while discussing the OJ trial. For comparison, here's the original: (THR)


Pixar's 'Inside Out' Trailer Attempts To Uncover Why Bitches Always Be Trippin'

Meet the voices in your head. Pixar has moved on from the secret lives of toys and anthropomorphic vehicles to take on the little voices in our head. In Inside Out, Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling, Phyllis Smith, and Lewis Black star as the emotions of a young girl - Joy, Fear, Disgust, Sadness, and Anger. The film appears to focus on the crisis that occurs when Joy and Sadness go on a mission to recover her mind's core memories, leaving Fear, Disgust, and Anger to take the wheel. This movie may as well take place inside Charlie Sheen.