'Looper' Celebrates Blu-ray And DVD With This New Trailer

Bring home last year's best sci-fi film. If you haven't seen Looper yet, now's your chance. To promote Rian Johnson's trippy, futuristic action thriller Looper, the folks at Sony put together this new "mashup" trailer that takes you on a ride through the film's exciting moments. In the future, time travel will be invented - but it will be illegal and only available on the black market. When the mob wants to get rid of someone, they will send their target 30 years into the past, where a "looper" - a hired gun, like Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) - is waiting to mop up. Joe is getting rich and life is good... until the day the mob decides to "close the loop," sending back Joe's future self (Bruce Willis) for assassination. Emily Blunt, Paul Dano, and Jeff Daniels also star. Looper is available now on Blu-ray and DVD with 17 deleted scenes on the Blu-ray exclusive, making-of featurettes and feature commentary.

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NPH Is Gay For That ***** In This 'A Very Harold And Kumar Christmas' Clip

NPH wouldn't do that... A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas is coming to Blu-ray on February 7th. In honor of the momentous occasion, we're rolling out this clip featuring everyone's favorite drug-abusing pseudo-gay sex-addict, Neil Patrick Harris. In this scene, NPH uses his homosexual cover story to lure a backup dancer into his dressing room. And since he's so non-threatening, what's the harm in some nude massage? After all, they're just a couple of girlfriends, right? At any rate, if you're anxious to see how this ends (hint: it ends poorly), go and pre-order the Blu-ray. Tell them Jame Gumb sent you, and receive absolutely no discount.


Paramount Offers A New 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' Trailer To Tide You Over

Coming Soon. For real this time. When Paramount made the last minute decision to rob the summer of 2012 of its greatest pleasure, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, in order to add more Channing Tatum, they drew our ire. And made an other perfect episode of Workaholics make little sense. But now Paramount would like to remind you, that this movie still exists and will be in theaters soon. The new trailer focuses mostly on Cobra's nefarious plot to destroy the world by impersonating the President of the United States (could happen), as well as the remaining Joes and their effort to take back the country and avenge their fallen comrades. The ragtag crew includes The Rock, Bruce Willis, a hot chick, a Latino guy, and various ninjas. One of which is also a hot chick. I hope they succeed. They're our last hope. Who else can defeat sword-wielding ninjas on a mountainside while the highest office hangs in the balance? Certainly not Dennis Quaid.


New Trippy 'Rango' Trailer

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Tom Cruise Is The Future's Best Janitor In 'Oblivion' Trailer

Mop, mop, mop. Make it shine. Sixty years ago, planet Earth got all jacked up and now Tom Cruise has to clean it up. With just two weeks until off-planet retirement with the rest of mankind, Cruise gets pulled into a greater conspiracy involving alien creatures, Morlock Freeman, and what look to be clones. That said, it's all looks a bit mysterious so it's hard to latch onto what this movie's really about but at a glance I'd call it a blend of Tron: Legacy and I Am Legend. But in a good way.


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Fall in love all over again. Or for the first time, if you haven't seen this. So, if you're a girl, stock up on Kleenex. If you're a man, invest your entire portfolio in Kleenex futures, because there's not likely to be a dry eye in the house (or the apartment or on the plane of wherever your'e watching this) when audiences visit or revisit The Vow, the story about a husband (Channing Tatum) who must remind his wife (Rachel McAdams) of their love after she is injured in an accident with no recollection of their relationship. Geez. Kleenex might not be enough. Might want to go with beach towels, or possibly several Sham-wows.