The 'Girls' Season 3 Trailer Is Pretty Much Just An Instagram Feed

So it would appear that Donald Glover was really only on the show for that one episode. Huh. Though the trailer is only thirty seconds, that's more than enough time to convey hipness in the realm of Instagram. Here we see the Girls gang mostly hanging out at a beach. The snapshots appear to be a mix of behind the scenes footage and footage. But it's all run through Instagram filters with fun little polaroids, so you know these kids are as hip as ever. But will they still be tolerable? No air date is given other than a big "2014," so you'll have a few months to prep for this seminal event.

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Test Footage of the <em>Deadpool</em> Movie Has Leaked, and It's F*cking Brilliant

Based on this clip, Deadpool already looks like it will be a better movie than The Green Lantern, and this isn't even actual footage from the film yet. By Jared Jones While not being the biggest superhero/comic book movie fan myself, I am still forced to admit that the leaked test footage from 20th Century Fox's upcoming Deadpool movie is undeniably awesome. It's got everything; Ryan Reynolds' patented cheeky one-liners, absolutely gruesome deaths played for laughs, and the existential musings of Gwen Stafani's "Hollaback Girl." Based on this clip, Deadpool already looks like it will be a better movie than The Green Lantern, and this isn't even actual footage from the film yet. Then again, I thought The Avengers was just OK (*dodges bottle*), so what the hell do I know? Check out the leaked test clip above while you still can, then start wetting yourselves with excitement in the comments section.


Watch The First Episode Of 'Girl Crazy'

Written by and starring Elisha Yaffe and Dan Cohen. Considering most of the Screen Junkies staff is made up of former PR reps and current porn addicts, the word "pride" doesn't come up too often 'round these parts. Nonetheless, we take great pride in presenting the first episode of Girl Crazy for your viewing pleasure. Written by and starring Elisha Yaffe and Dan Cohen, Girl Crazy is an original comedy series about shy, neurotic guys and the girls they are too afraid to talk to. If that sounds like it was copied right from the show's website, that's because it was. Like I said, some of us used to be in PR. The show features an ensemble cast including Codi Fischer, Ann Maddox, Holly Prazoff (UCB LA), Alison Becker (Parks & Rec), and Jenna Lyng. More importantly, it's very funny. So watch it, and when you're done, click here to check out some Girl Crazy shorts.


Comic-Con 2011: Mike Judge Unveils New 'Beavis And Butt-Head' Footage

Beavis and Butt-Head are back, and somehow, they're now smarter than most shows on television.... For fans of Beavis And Butt-Head, there was much to rejoice about during day one of Comic-Con 2011. Well, for most fans, anyway. Unfortunately, this fan spent the entire panel waiting just outside the door, listening to everyone else laugh while I prayed for a few people to give up their seats. As with most of my desperate prayers, this one went unanswered, and I never gained entry. But my bad luck (a.k.a. poor planning) won't stop me from bringing you this clip from the new show. From the looks of it, the new version stays true to the original. By "stays true," I mean the two hapless teenagers are still laughing like morons and maiming each other. And sadly, culture has devolved even further than anticipated since the original show went off the air, which means that the duo now have plenty of new material to ridicule (i.e. Jersey Shore, Teen Mom, UFC matches, etc.). What a sad age we live in.


Celebrities Of Varying Degrees Of Tolerability 'Surprise' Jimmy Fallon During HIs First Show

I put surprise in quotes because we're not stupid. Jimmy Fallon made his premiere as the Tonight Show host last night. Unsurprisingly, quite a few stops were pulled out last night. Would I dare say they pulled out "all" the stops? No. I wouldn't. But they did get a bunch of people who are always appearing in all sorts of crap. Namely, Robert De Niro, Joan Rivers, Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Mariah Carey, and Rudy Giuliani all swung by. It's like what my fantasy dinner party would be like, only the total opposite. To be fair, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, and Seth Rogen also made appearances, but mentioning them above would have torpedoed my little joke. Take a look and just imagine if he can keep this sort of prestige up for the next 25 years or so. That would be impressive!