No Animal Is Safe In Adult Swim's 'NTSF:SD:SUV' Trailer

This show really raises to bar for acronyms in titles. Almost too high. What Children's Hospital did to medical dramas, it appears NTSF:SD:SUV will do to police dramas such as Law & Order, CSI, and 24. Originally a bumper parody from Children's Hospital, NTSF quickly spun off into its very own 15 minute series, getting disproportionately big names like Martin Starr, Adam Scott in a wheelchair, Rebecca Romijn, Jeff Goldblum, Rob Riggle, Wilmer Valderrama, Kate Mulgrew, and Ed Helms, all of whom seem to have no problem putting their images aside in the name of jackassery. There's no shortage of awesome moments in this trailer, but if I had to pick a favorite one, it would certainly be the guinea pig exploding at the :40 mark. Also, a beached dolphin gets punched. Like the bastard he probably is.

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Dr. Cock N Balls is back in the game. Eastbound & Down returns for its third and final season Sunday, February 19th on HBO. Last time we saw Kenny Powers, he was south of the border, searching for his estranged dad and another shot at the majors. Those efforts put him back on the map, so to speak, and now he's in Myrtle Beach pitching for the Mermen, which means Kenny Powers goes to Spring Break. Originally, the series was only planned to last one season, but I think we all can agree that Kenny at Spring Break is a story that needed to be told. This season, Danny McBride is joined by Jason Sudeikis, Steve Little, Katy Mixon and Ike Barinholtz.


Enough Killer Children To Swear You Off Of Parenthood Forever

Cold blooded murder has never been so adorable. To coincide with the release of Joe Wright's little-blonde-girl-assassin movie Hanna (in theaters now), Vulture put together a montage of disturbing child murderers! It's actually kind of hypnotic to watch, strangely enough. You'd think it'd make ovaries shrivel up and sperm start swimming the other way, but I don't know, it's kind of making me want to raise a little rugrat of my own. A little ball of joy to coddle and teach to ride a bike, and how to hold an icepick. It's all in the angle, you see. You raise that thing high enough above your head, and you've got a deadl weapon! Any lower and you're just going to maim. This heartwarming montage contains clips from Children Of The Corn all the way to Orphan. And if you're going to complain that Orphan isn't a good example, you're even more of a nerd than me, AND you just helped spoil the ending of a terrible movie. (Vulture)


Jason Bateman Masters The Art Of Swearing At Children In 'Bad Words' Trailer

We finally see the nasty underbelly of the Spelling Bee circuit. When a character in a movie swears profusely and creatively at children is a tried and true shortcut to a laugh. Sometimes the results are uproarious or a mildly satisfying chuckle. In the red-band trailer for Bad Words, Jason Bateman transcends the art of swearing at and around children. Go ahead, Bateman. Drop the mic. You've earned that right. Who would have known that Jason Bateman would be so great for this role? Jason Bateman, that's who. Bad Words is also his directorial debut, meaning he was a shoe-in for the role. Much to the chagrin of Paul Rudd, who really loves being a dick to kids too.


Multiple James Francos Converge On 'General Hospital'

"Oscars" James Franco meets Art Gallery James Franco meets Evil "General Hospital" James Franco. James Franco seems to be doing so many different projects, from art gallery movie director to recently appointed Wizard of Oz, that it was only a matter of time before the Francoverse started collapsing in on itself. Evidence: In this clip from "General Hospital," which Franco has a recurring character on because he needs to fill the occasional bits of free time in his schedule, his murdering "The Franco" is going to a black tie affair. Could it be..."The Academy Awards?" That sly reference to his role in 127 Hours makes me think "perhaps." They even worked in his self-portraits and compulsive multi-tasking. Oh man, does this mean his role as a scientist in Rise of the Apes will somehow tie into Akira? I'm hoping that's a "yes" too. For now, though, it looks like "General Hospital" is the nexus point between Franco universes. (The Playlist)


‘Paul’ Looks Like A Kids Film With Lots Of F-Bombs

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost might be afflicted with the opposite of whatever Samson had. Their long hair totally kills their comedic strength. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost might be afflicted with the opposite of whatever Samson had, as this trailer suggests that their long hair totally kills their comedic strength. The cast alone should make Paul can't-miss funny, with Jason Bateman, Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, and Bill Hader all in supporting roles. Instead, we are left what appears to be something of a generic children's romp save for the gratuitous use of f-bombs. Also, if they referenced the alien's genitals one more time, they would have to call the movie Paul's Balls, which would just be horrible. Unless we're missing a big component of the film (which I doubt, considering this is the third trailer), this will be a big step backwards for Pegg, Frost, director Greg Mottola, and possibly the comedy films in general. Just kidding about that last one, but this film doesn't look great. (IGN)


Hide The Children: 'Let's Be Cops' Has A Redband Trailer

'Let's Be Criminals' would be a more fun premise. Looks like the casting director for Let's Be Cops just flipped through primetime TV to do the heavy lifting. The buddy "cop" comedy features Jake Johnson from The New Girl starring alongside Damon Wayans Jr., who had made a name for himself on Happy Endings. It doesn't look like a revolutionary comedy or anything, unless you're 12 years old, but the stars are pretty charming and funny, so maybe they can take this film with a straightforward title and make it shine a little more than this trailer lets on.