True Facts About Morgan Freeman
I'd like to live in a world where these facts are 100% true.
Please enter your email and we'll send you a temporary password.
I'd like to live in a world where these facts are 100% true.
Only one thing could be better than cute baby animals frolicking around in 3D. And that’s cute baby animals frolicking around in 3D as narrated by Mr. Morgan Freeman! Only one thing could be better than cute baby animals frolicking around in 3D. And that's cute baby animals frolicking around in 3D as narrated by Mr. Morgan Freeman! Luckily, that's just what Born to be Wild 3D provides. The film tells the story of orphaned animals who have been rescued by humans, and follows their journey to return to the wild. While the movie is sure to provide an inspiring message of conservation and environmental stewardship, that's not why you're here. You want to see a bunch of stupid monkeys, preferably, monkeys who are throwing poop at each other! Well, the trailer has the monkeys covered. As for the poop throwing, I guess we'll just have to wait for the actual film.
Glenn Beck is gonna have to go back to the conspiracy drawing board, because his Fox News show is coming to an end. Who's behind all this? NPR? The Obama Administration? Glenn Beck is gonna have to go back to the conspiracy drawing board, because his Fox News show is coming to an end. Who's behind all this? NPR? The Obama Administration? We may never know. Fox News struck a deal with Beck to bring an end to his 5 pm show, which was regularly the third highest rated show in cable news. At one point, his ratings were much higher, but the numbers have continuously been dropping, and creeped out advertisers have been pulling their sponsorships, which explains all the crying. Here's a joint statement Fox News and Beck's production company Mercury Radio Arts released on what he'll do next: "[We] will work together to develop and produce a variety of television projects for air on the Fox News Channel as well as content for other platforms including Fox News' digital properties." So get excited for a bunch of crazy Glenn Beck soundboard iPhone apps. "Shut up, 9/11 victims," "The President's racist," "O-L-I-G-A-R-H-Y." Coming soon. Beck announced the end of days on his show in the above clip. He compares himself to American her Paul Revere and claims he "avoids confrontation" and doesn't like conflict. Yup, that all checks out. (TheWrap)
Has Sacha Baron Cohen pulled a 'Love Guru'? With Ali G: Indahouse, Borat, and Bruno under his belt, Sacha Baron Cohen had to branch out to find a new character for his next film. He obviously couldn't pull from his highly-recognizable stable, so he invented The Dictator, a harsh ruler who travels to America to make sure democracy doesn't find its way to his land. And guess what? His performance is so enveloped that he fooled everybody. Even John C. Reilly, Megan Fox, and Barack Obama didn't realize their legs were being pulled. They all thought he was an actual dictator!! Dude's a chameleon, that guy. Additionally, some are complaining about the content of this trailer, calling it unimpressive and unfunny with its Kardashian jokes and repeated gibberish gag. But I urge you to keep in mind that this is probably one for the middle states. The actual film is likely rife with edgy, inventive humor. This is just the way of tricking "those people" into the theater. If I'm wrong, I should also remind you that a woman shatters bricks with her breasts in this movie. That earns the ticket of admission price right there.
Just give Axe Cop all the bacon and eggs you have. This is even better casting than Morgan Freeman as Nelson Mandela. It just makes damn sense.
This January, Fox is adding the new comedy "Bob's Burgers" to their Sunday night Animation Domination block. The show about a family-owned burger joint features the voice talents of H. Jon Benjamin, Kristen Schaal, and Eugene Mirman. This Sunday, Fox is adding the new comedy "Bob's Burgers" to their Animation Domination block. The show about a family-owned burger joint features the voice talents of H. Jon Benjamin, Kristen Schaal, and Eugene Mirman. Benjamin has also voiced Coach McGuirk in "Home Movies," Ben Katz in "Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist," Sterling Archer in FX's "Archer," and the Can of Vegetables in Wet Hot American Summer. I could listen to the guy read the phone book and would find it entertaining. "Bob's Burgers" premieres on Fox this Sunday at 8:30PM PST.
There's no way these two properties could resist bird-sexing each other. The upcoming Fox CG movie Rio and the omnipresent iPhone game Angry Birds are a lot alike. They are both about birds. Some of the birds in Rio also appear to be angry. There's no way these two properties could resist bird-sexing each other. Above is a clip from 3D Rio, re-edited to contain the 2D birds that regularly give you new levels to distract you from your stupid job. The hammy, hyperactive acting of the bird villain Nigel makes me appreciate the unibrowed flatties. At least they don't get all in your face about being pissed off birds - plus they're good sports when you fling them across the room. Rio flaps into theaters April 8th, but you can play the Angry Birds Rio game right now, until your thumbs bleed. (Trailer Addict)
We are laughing. The NFL made it clear yesterday that they will in no way support (videotaped) spousal abuse. While covering the leak of the infamous elevator punch video that got Ray Rice fired from the Baltimore Ravens, Fox & Friends co-hosts Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy where inspired to share some funny domestic violence yuk-yuks. It's what Joan would have wanted. As you can see in the video, Brian Kilmeade joked, “I think the message is, take the stairs.” Steve Doocy, who prefers his violence behind closed doors, responded, “The message is when you’re in an elevator, there’s a camera.” As there is on you, fellas.
Don't forget about 'Bob's Burgers', animation fans! Amid the hubbub of The Simpsons return to glory and its crossover episode with Family Guy, Fox and Bob's Burgers would like to remind you that, hey, Bob's Burgers is coming back, too. And to drive the point home, they've unleashed a trailer (via Vulture) that STRONGLY suggests a 1980's-themed musical from our main man, Gene. Bob's, in classic cartoon fashion, has embraced musical pieces as a cornerstone of its premise. And it works out well, even when Linda is singing in shrill, tone-deaf, keyless shrieks. Actually, it works best that way. The series premieres at 7:30 this Sunday night. Vegan and vegetarian options are also available.
This trailer is hitting theaters this weekend if you want to see it really, really big. [post-album postid="14611" item="1"]Though we never got that sneak preview that Steven Spielberg promised, we do have a new trailer for Fox's "Terra Nova." This look at the series shows a bit more of how sucky the year 2149 is as well as a lot more of the action we'll see in the pre-historic past. Not only will Jason O'Mara have to worry about his kids being eaten by dinosaurs, but he'll also have to deal with bad guys. Kind of gives the show the cool feeling that"The Walking Dead" has where the main character needs to maintain justice while dealing with this extreme survival situation. Also dinosaurs eat people on this show and that's awesome 98% of the time (the Carnosaur films brought down the average).