Links Away: The Golden Age Of Broad-Smacking
Men used to handle their girl problems... differently.
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Men used to handle their girl problems... differently.
Zombie action is all the rage these days, and this week Hal was lucky enough to sit down with the cast of the new zombie comedy Warm Bodies, to talk about zombies and how Rob Corddry may be the Daniel Day-Lewis of zombie acting.... until Daniel Day-Lewis tries zombie acting. Thanks to cast and crew of #WarmBodies - Tweet the video! http-//brk.to/wbzm A funny new twist on a classic story, WARM BODIES is a poignant tale about the power of human connection. After a zombie epidemic, R (a highly unusual zombie) encounters Julie (a human survivor), and rescues her from a zombie attack. Julie sees that R is different from the other zombies, and as the two form a special relationship in their struggle for survival, R becomes increasingly more human -- setting off an exciting, and often comical chain of events that begins to transform the other zombies and maybe even the whole lifeless world. In theaters February 1. Official Site- http-//warmbodiesmovie.com/ YouTube- http-//www.youtube.com/warmbodiesmovie Facebook- https-//www.facebook.com/WarmBodiesMovie Twitter- https-//twitter.com/warmbodies Tumblr- http-//warmbodiesmovie.tumblr.com/ Pinterest- http-//pinterest.com/warmbodies/ Instagram- http-//instagram.com/warmbodies Spotify- http-//bit.ly/WBSpotify Don't forget- We upload new episodes of SJS every Thursday! As well as upload new Honest Trailers every other Tuesday! So make sure to- SUBSCRIBE! Got a tip? Email us at- firstname.lastname@example.org Friend us on Facebook = http-//facebook.com/screenjunkies Follow us on Twitter = http-//twitter.com/screenjunkies ScreenJunkies Show Hosted by Hal Rudnick - twitter.com/halrudnick Series Created & Directed by Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Zombie Acting Tips with Rob Corddry- Starring Rob Corddry, Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Dave Franco and Analeigh Tipton Directed by Jonathan Levine Written by Jonathan Levine, Rob Corddry, Hal Rudnick, Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Produced by Gabe Michael Executive Producer Mitch Rotter Edited by Dan Murrell Director of Photography Alex Rodriguez
I just saved you, like, 7 hours. One of the main issues I have with the Super Bowl is the lack of cowboys, aliens, laser guns, and Harrison Ford. So I had mixed emotions about the prospect of a new Cowboys & Aliens Super Bowl spot - on the one hand, yeah, it probably has all those things. On the other hand, I'd have to sit through untold hours of lame beer ads, awful musical performances from senior citizens, and a few minutes of football in order to see it. Imagine my relief when I saw the ad appearing on the internet! And in the spirit of friendship, I now present the ad to you as well. Think about it - I just saved you, like, 7 hours. What are you going to do with it? I'm gonna watch the Super Bowl! (via SlashFilm)
Maybe I hang out with the wrong people, but in my experience no one ever says "now if you'll excuse me" before whisking off to do something important.
A new super-cut is making the rounds this afternoon. Much like "We've Got Company," "Famous Last Words," and "I Hate Muffins," "You Look Like Sh*t" highlights all the times characters in movies are told they look like sh*t, or tell someone else they resemble sh*t. And 22% of that time, that person is Bruce Willis. A new super-cut is making the rounds this afternoon. Much like "We've Got Company," "Famous Last Words," and "I Hate Muffins," "You Look Like Sh*t" highlights all the times characters in movies are told they look like sh*t, or tell someone else they resemble sh*t. And 22% of that time, that person is Bruce Willis. This clip purports to be the mega-cut, but how can that be when they missed I Know What You Did Last Summer's Ryan Phillipe commenting, "You two should check out a mirror sometime. You look like sh*t run over twice." I mean, COME ON. Who looks like sh*t now? (HuffPo)
Movies are never short on characters who have had one too many. Just like real life drunks, they slur, slip, and spew -- sometimes all at once.The unfortunate souls in this wasted in movies supercut from our editor Matthew Freund needed a friend to cut them off, or just leave them at home altogether. Movies are never short on characters who have had one too many. Just like real life drunks, they slur, slip, and spew -- sometimes all at once. The unfortunate souls in this wasted in movies supercut from our editor Matthew Freund needed a friend to cut them off, or just leave them at home altogether.
You won't have to join NBC Comedy Night's secret fight club anymore, if you want to see Rainn Wilson beat someone over the head with a wrench. You won't have to join NBC Comedy Night's secret fight club anymore, if you want to see Rainn Wilson beat someone over the head with a wrench. And it's all thanks to this trailer for James Gunn's vigilante comedy Super. I always wondered how The Punisher would have reacted if his wife up and left him, rather than being viciously murdered. Would he still feel the urge to take back the streets? Probably not. And the world would have to go without one sweet-ass skull design. But, that's exactly what happens in Super. Rainn Wilson's wife leaves him for Kevin Bacon's smooth-talking drug dealer and a war on crime is born. And, honestly, it's about time that someone was brave enough to step forward and tell crime to shut up.
America, nay, Planet Earth, I hope you're ready to get lost in Orlando Bloom's eyes all over again. America, nay, Planet Earth, I hope you're ready to get lost in Orlando Bloom's eyes all over again. "Entertainment Tonight" stopped by the set of that Paul W.S. Anderson version The Three Musketeers that I can't imagine anybody will want to go see (which, of course, means it will be the hugest hit and everyone except me will start wearing those queer floppy hats with the big feathers sticking out) to listen to Orlando Bloom act really, really high. Not to compliment his acting, but I can't tell if he's faking it or not. He's either doing an imitation of Captain Jack Sparrow or turning into Joaquin Phoenix. Or did he have a stroke? Whichever is the case, it's pretty sad. The Orlando Bloom Beard Watch begins...... now.
We all grieve differently. [post-album postid="219236" item="6"]Warner Bros has released this trailer for Batman: Year One so that we're all very clear that Bruce Wayne's parents were murdered and years later he saw a bat and that prompted him to karate chop brick piles and become Batman. We're all good on those facts now, right? Adapted from Frank Miller's classic graphic novel (which served as an influence to Nolan's Batman), the animated film follows Bruce Wayne through his first year as Batman, back when he was still super-pissed about the whole murder of his parents thing. The O.C.'s Ben McKenzie stars as Batman (naturally) with Bryan Cranston as Jim Gordon, Katee Sackhoff as Sarah Essen, and Eliza Dushku as Catwoman. Because everyone knows that Catwoman has a wicked Boston accent.
This guy delights our inner 12 year-old. How many times (especially when younger) have we seen a badass weapon in a film or TV show that we just have to have. Well, unless you're a propmaster or an expert in forging weapons, you're probably not going to get your hands on it until Hasbro churns out a licensed plastic version, and there's nothing cool about that. The good news is that the star of Man at Arms, Tony Swatton, is a propmaster and does make his own weapons, so that elusive dream is one step closer to reality with this guy in the mix. Watch him turn Finn's Golden Sword from Adventure Time from fantasy to reality using some really cool tools that we'd just end up hurting ourselves with.