New Tim And Eric Red-Band Trailer Has Profanity, Robert Loggia

One of them bangs a sex doll. Take a look, why don't you? Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job are making a movie, a fact to which readers of this site are probably hip. What they (you) may not know is that Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie features some sick stuff that these two let out when the lax Standards and Practices guys at Adult Swim aren't around to crack the whip. What kind of sick stuff? Oh nothing really, just disgusting things like JEFF GOLDBLUM and ROBERT LOGGIA! Forehead dildos, and JOHN C. REILLY! Can your stomach take it? I have to cram this piece with as many jokes and one-offs as possible in the hopes of weaseling out of establishing a narrative based on this trailer, a feat that is downright daunting. If someone would like to take a stab at explaining this film in the comments, that would be pretty cool. In the meantime, let the weirdness and profanity wash over you in a soothing wave, with the knowledge that, soon, the weekend will be here.

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Impressive microphone holders. In this clip from Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie, Tim and Eric take time out of their busy schedules of being rich Hollywood actors to go down and help the denizens of the Swallow Valley Mall get a fresh start. They may not be the most qualified or handsome guys for the job. And one of them might look a little bit like an owl. But they've got some fresh ideas and synchronized pyrotechnics. If that's not a positive step toward success, I'm only hardly lazily aware of what might be. The film will be available On Demand this Friday and in theaters March 2nd if you're willing to leave the house while very high. (Yahoo)


It's Shrim Time: 'Tim And Eric's Billion Dollar Movie' Teaser Trailer Is Here

Shrim, whatever that means! Nothing I can say will change the fact that you either love Tim and Eric, or you hate them to the point of wanting to light them on fire. Either way, you should know that the teaser trailer for their Billion Dollar Movie is here. Granted, it's just a teaser, so we don't get much info about the plot. But given the fact that it's a Tim and Eric production, there's not going to be a plot, anyway. I'm won't lie; I'm really excited. Then again, I was excited for the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie as well, and look how that turned out. But until I know for sure, I'll remain hopeful. #Shrim! The film hits on-demand on January 27, and theaters starting March 2.


Yup, Tim From 'Tim And Eric' Can Make A Weirder Herman Cain Ad Than Herman Cain Can

This is where I would put in my interpretation of the video you're about to see, but it's a 'Tim and Eric' video, so that's impossible. Well, in case you thought Herman Cain would go unchallenged in the competition for "weirdest campaign ad ever," you can rest assured that he barely had the title for 24 hours before Tim Heidecker of Tim and Eric fame stood up and said, "Not so fast there, Herm." (He calls Herman Cain "Herm" in this little parable.) This droning song and video has me wanting to slowly march outside, through oncoming traffic, to find the nearest polling place so that I may "ride the Cain train" with a vote for Herman Cain. For President. 2012. Do you think that if Cain lost the presidential election but won the title of "YouTube Sensation" that he would consider his campaign a victory? Lord knows I would. This guy hasn't been on my radar for very long, but he's really been entertaining. Way funnier than George W. Bush and that whole "there are weapons of mass destruction in Iraq" vaudeville act he pulled 10 years ago. That got old quick.


Because They Know Their Audience, Tim And Eric Made A Crazy Totino's Pizza Rolls Ad

I wouldn't be surprised if they did this without Totino's permission. Betting that the Venn diagram of "Tim and Eric fans" and "Totino's Pizza Rolls fans" is basically just one big circle, the two absurdist Adult Swim comedians took to crafting a Totino's Pizza Rolls ad. And guess what? Guess. Guess. (It's really weird.) Shocking, I know, but of all the routes Tim and Eric could have taken, they went with "bizarre comedy" for this one. I wonder if that's sustainable. The ad is three minutes, which is about 2:50 longer than it takes for Tim and Eric to alienate 97% of America. Remarkably, this was actually allowed and blessed by the company. Maybe they'll do one for Chase bank next!


‘Rango’ Superbowl Spot Boasts Explosions, Other Stuff

The Superbowl teaser spot for the upcoming Johnny Depp voiced animated kids movie 'Rango' is out, and it actually does the job of making an big upcoming film look pretty great. The Superbowl teaser spot for the upcoming Johnny Depp voiced animated kids movie Rango is out, and it actually does the job of making a big upcoming film look pretty great. It's got big name voices (Isla Fisher, Abagail Breslin, Timothy Olyphant, Depp), lizards, and a vague western theme? Count me in!* *For a cleared space on my Netflix queue 11 months from now. (Collider)


Watch Joel McHale's Eyes Fill With Dollar Signs In 'Spy Kids 4' Trailer

When one thinks of family-friendly romps, one thinks of Joel McHale, Jeremy Piven, and Danny Trejo. If you're stoked about Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, chances are there is an adult reading this article to you right now. However, morbid curiosity might compel non-children to wonder why Joel McHale is taking such a detour from a promising career path to act in the fourth installment of a kid's movie franchise. While McHale is the most surprising participant, the film also boasts a few more actors that might leave their fans scratching their heads. We get Jeremy Piven as the bad guy here, though I don't think nearly as many will be surprised to find him slumming it in this type of film. We've also got Ricky Gervais and Robert Rodriguez fixtures Danny Trejo and Antonio Banderas in the mix. Granted, this is the first Spy Kids film in eight years, so there might be some killer script that has A-listers clamoring to get involved, but, based on the trailer, that's not the case. The most likely explanation is a Bowfinger-type scenario where Rodriguez got all the stars to act unwittingly, then tossed them in front of a green screen. The technology's there, people.


'Gravity' Featurette Lets You Know How They Did That Space Stuff

(Hint: special effects) Just in time for Oscar voting season (you are a voting Academy member, AREN'T YOU?), the producers behind Gravity have released this fun featurette that shows you just how hard they've worked in bringing you a film about people tumbling through space. It's pretty impressive to see what was done. This Gravity behind-the-scenes look has all the technological marvel of a James Cameron film, but with 100% less James Cameron. Win-win!