'Tammy' Trailer: Melissa McCarthy's Transformation Into Kevin James Is Nearly Complete

The ancient scrolls prophecy that she shall ride a Segway with the dawn of the Fourth Blood Moon. As Melissa McCarthy's transformation nears the end of its cycle, the ancient scrolls prophecy that she shall ride a Segway with the dawn of the Fourth Blood Moon. I'm not certain that Tammy involves a plot of any kind but it does give Melissa McCarthy the opportunity to run around, fall down, dance to Coolio and ride a jet ski in a silly way. They were going to title the movie that but had trouble getting it to fit on a poster.

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Melissa McCarty Dances To Coolio In The 'Tammy' Teaser

Little else happens. Well, Coolio gets a royalty check, but that's off-camera. Tammy, a film purportedly about some sort of road trip, keeps its cards close to the vest, even in this teaser. What can we glean from this 100 seconds? Tammy (if that's her REAL name) struggles with basic tasks when wearing a paper bag on her head Tammy channels the fashion ethos of Mario Batali Tammy likes pie Tammy sticks up fast food restaurants, reluctantly Tammy is the same character Melissa McCarthy has played many, many times before Tammy dances like no one's watching


Here's A Trailer For That New Paul Feig-Melissa McCarthy (No, The Other One) Comedy, 'Spy'

Maybe it's time McCarthy and Feig see other people? Since Bridesmaids, the Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy professional romance has gone full-steam. They've done The Heat, Tammy, they're talking about Ghostbusters, and then we've got Spy. Spy follows McCarthy's character as she goes from a wallflower to a super secret agent. "But how is Spy different?" you might ask. Well, it still has Rose Byrne, so no difference there. But fortunately, Melissa McCarthy isn't playing her go-to stock character, instead playing a sweet receptionist-type. That's different. And it's got Jason Statham and Jude Law, which none of the other movies had. It looks...okay. Paul Feig can direct a good comedy, and this might be a nice play on the genre without being over-the-top Austin Powers parody. But judge for yourself with this trailer.


Melissa McCarthy Reveals That She Was Channeling Guy Fieri In 'Bridesmaids'

It all makes so much sense. It all makes so much sense. Melissa McCarthy is enjoying some success thanks to her show-stealing turn as the oddball Megan in Bridesmaids. The character kept people laughing with tales of her connection to dolphins who saved her after a cruise ship messed up her shit and her off-kilter personal style. She told Conan last night that personal style was inspired by someone we all know. "Really, when I first read it, the first person that I thought of was Guy Fieri from the Food Network. I wanted to do the shirt, the Kangol. Every scene I would have my glasses on the back of my head. I tried for a long time to convince them to let me wear short, white, spiky hair, and they were like, 'You can't actually be Guy Fieri.' Cut it off at some point!" Now that she's pointed out the influence, it's spot-on. I'd say we should get these two in a room together, but if they were to touch it could rip the fabric of space and time. And I personally refuse to travel back to a time before Panera Bread. (via Splitsider)


Melissa McCarthy Is The New Zach Galifianakis In 'Identity Thief' Trailer

He had a good run. It's the Taking Care Of Business for a new generation! When Jason Bateman learns that his identity has been stolen by a husky woman in Florida, he does what any sensible person would do. Travels to Florida to hit the woman with his car. That's the best way to handle those situations, right? One time, a waiter accidentally gave my credit card to the wrong customer and he charged up $300 on it. I hit both he and the waiter with a car. Which really was a priceless experience if you know how to live in the moment.


New ‘Transformers: Dark Of The Moon’ Trailer Is Up!

Michael Bay doing what he does best: Making giant robots fight while Shia LaBeouf looks on helplessly. All hail our new robot overlords in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the third installment in the blockbuster franchise. Same song, different verse as Autobots and Decepticons battle it out in Chicago over humans lying to Optimus Prime about what the found on the moon 40 years ago. (Just nod and smile.) It's looking like the Transformers are raising hell in another downtown. Couldn't they find a nice farm or pasture to battle in? It would really cut down on the destruction they cause all the civilians. Other observations: Optimus Prime is a bit of a twirler Bumblebee has gotten pretty good at parkour Flying squirrel people are our last line of defense God help us all.


See New 3D 'Transformers: Dark Of The Moon' Trailer, If You've Got The Tech

Finally, a 'Transformers' video with Transformers in it. Here's a new trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon. "Hey, wait a minute, this isn't in 3D," you're saying to yourself. Well, of COURSE it isn't, unless you're a proud owner of a My 3D device from Hasbro. That's not a joke, it's a doohickey you attach to your iPhone, and in conjunction with a free My 3D app, it acts as a kind of 3D Viewmaster that will convert the trailer into 3D. It's 2011, people. The Future is here. Michael Bay must be giddy with excitement. As for the trailer itself, there doesn't appear to be a lot of new footage in it. But if you're excited about Transformers: Dark of the Moon, it might be worth a watch. And you're not alone, either, since this movie is somehow getting a lot of positive buzz. Maybe it's all a racket to get people to buy My 3D devices. (The Hollywood Reporter)


1st Clip From ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ Has 0 Transformers

Can Autobots turn into Patrick Dempsey now? When I think Michael Bay, I think "human drama." And my preconceived notions are nothing but confirmed as I watch this, the first clip from Transformers: The Dark of the Moon. Now you can watch it too, and imagine how awesome it would be with giant transforming robots beating the shit out of each other, and Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Patrick Dempsey. But, no matter how much you imagine it, there aren't any robots to be seen here. Just Patrick Dempsey vaguely being a dick to Shia LaBeouf. Which sounds cool on paper, but I dunno. I kind of wanted there to be robots. (Comingsoon)


Apes Be Dawnin' In The 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes' Trailer

Which comes first: A dawn or a rise? I'm confused. After the epic disappointment that was the Tim Burton version over a decade ago, Rise of the Planet of the Apes served as a pleasant surprise that enjoyed more commercial success and far more critical acclaim. So, in keeping with the original run, they're going to make a buttload of sequels. Building on the first, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes shows those monkeys taking over earth, and it looks like pretty solid fare. Check out the trailer and just thank your lucky stars that Wahlberg isn't involved.