Pug Has Profound Appreciation For The End Of 'Homeward Bound'

He loves a happy ending. Please nobody show this dog Marley & Me.

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New 'Avengers' Trailer Shows Us How All These Avengers Ended Up Together

Handsome men make the best superheroes. So that's how the super friends all met! We can thank a bald black dude in an eyepatch. In case you were wondering exactly how the characters from The Avengers were all assembled so as not to look like a superhero version of the Miami Heat, here's your answer. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) assembled a team of elite superheroes (Is there any other kind?) to tackle the type of costumed ne'er-do-wells that could only populate a Marvel universe. While I'm sure the origin story of The Avengers is somewhat carefully crafted, it's pretty hard to get past seeing Captain America next to Thor next to Iron Man. It looks like a parody of itself, but that probably won't stop it from being fun.


What A Charming Disaster Film: 'Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World' Trailer

Most importantly, Gillian Jacobs makes out with Keira Knightley. What would you do if you knew that the world was going to end? Race to fulfill all of your hedonistic desires? Work dutifully at your now even more pointless job? Reunite with family or a lost love? Or try to forge a meaningful friendship with what little time you have left. Seeking a Friend for the End of the World explores all of these questions as all of society's up-and-coming comedic actors go totally batty with the news that an asteroid is going to kill us all. Steve Carell stars as a sadsack who befriends Keira Knightley, instead of just hitting the orgy scene with her. The two make a pact to help one another reunite with loved ones before the major impact event, but find the time to road trip across a crazy brains version of America in the meantime. It's a fun premise that looks charming. You know except for everyone dying horribly.


It's The End Of The World As We Know It In 'Melancholia' Trailer

This may be your last chance to tell Kiefer Sutherland how you really feel about him. The good news is that Kirsten Dunst is about to be hit by another planet. The bad news is that so are we. Fair trade though, right? Lars Von Trier's Antichrist follow-up, Melancholia, looks like it won't leave you any less bummed out but it does seem like it won't make theater-goers vomit. Which is usually a plus. The film stars Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg as sisters who rub one another the wrong way while a newly revealed planet barrels toward Earth on a collision course. Will this dysfunctional family collide with one another in the face of this threat? Or will they shatter to pieces?? This may be your last chance to tell Kiefer Sutherland how you really feel about him.


New ‘Cars 2' Trailer Ends With A Douche

'Cars 2' - with spies! Pixar's upcoming Cars 2 somehow manages to make a sequel to Cars seem a little bit exciting. It accomplishes this pretty simply: By adding spies. If it's a hit, I expect Disney to apply this formula to some of their other least-loved movies - Treasure Planet 2 - with spies, Home on the Range 2 - with spies, Fantasia 2000 2 - with spies. In the hopes of making that last one happen, I have a personal interest in the success of Cars 2, so I'm allowing you to watch the trailer right here. Go ahead and send the link to your friends too. As an added bonus, you'll get to figure out what the headline means. (via The Latino Review)


Nick Offerman Shares Profound 'Shower Thoughts' With Us

"Once you have a PhD, every meeting you go to becomes a doctor's appointment." In one of the thousands of corners of Reddit, there's a subreddit (a "category," if you will) of "shower thoughts." Shower thoughts are those trivial epiphanies that you come to, then say, "Huh," as you just as quickly forget them. But not one will forget them when they come from the mouth of Nick Offerman. Mashable put together Simply Genius Shower Thoughts with Nick Offerman, and it lives up to the title. It's genius, and it's got Ron Swanson himself in a picturesque setting, spouting dime-store wisdom. Watch it, and in doing so reclaim your manhood and grow a mustache.


Watch Trailer For The Sarah Palin Doc To End All Sarah Palin Docs (Hopefully)

Weird title, considering she isn't 'Undefeated'. If you thought you were going to be able to avoid reading more about that Sarah Palin-approved documentary about Sarah Palin - how's that workin' out for ya? Here it is, the trailer for The Undefeated, which is a rather curious title considering that Sarah Palin has been, in fact, defeated - twice if you count the time she quit halfway through. Anyway, the trailer is mercifully without the sound of Palin's voice, opting instead to go for the "talking heads talk about how amazing Sarah Palin is" route, which I guess helps to obscure the fact that this documentary was originated from a project conceived by Sarah Palin. Less fortunate is the absence of any of those explicit anti-Sarah Palin soundbites from people like Howard Stern and Louis CK, which are said to necessitate the release of an "unedited" version of the film in addition to a PG-13 version for general, less cool audiences. Anyway, here's the trailer - I recommend not watching it if you just ate.


This Is Going To End In Death

Michael Barnett's Sundance documentary 'Superheroes' is an exploration into the culture of real-life vigilantes and real-life people who want to make a difference by dressing up as Slipknot. Well, these superheroes broke the number one rule of being a superhero by revealing their secret lair. You're never supposed to do that, superheroes. Anyway, this clip is from Michael Barnett's Sundance documentary Superheroes. It's in an exploration into the culture of real-life vigilantes and real-life people who want to make a difference by dressing up as Slipknot. I can understand wanting to move out of Detroit, but if your real goal is to fight crime it seems like that's the place to be. Sure, your bike might get stolen in Brooklyn, but they'll steal the eyeballs right out of your head in Detroit. And that's just the police I'm talking about. "Umm, I just wanted to fight crime so I came to Brooklyn because I, umm, figured, like, there would be some there." Quick question, did this guy name himself 'Lucid' ironically? Because we already have enough ironic people in Brooklyn thanks much. (MTV)