Watch 'Bad Grandpa' Get His Penis Stuck In A Vending Machine

The elderly get themselves into the damndest scrapes. Watching an old man get his penis stuck in a vending machine is just one of the many treasures you'll witness in the red-band trailer for Bad Grandpa. The unsuspecting public are also forced to witness Johnny Knoxville's Irving get his 8-year old grandson Billy sh*t-housed, ruin a funeral, dump a body, freak out some pretty rough-looking strippers, and leave a trail of destruction (and probably bodily fluids) in their wake. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa opens in theaters on Friday, October 25th, 2013.

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'Murica. Realizing that Johnny Knoxville likely won't survive to the age of 86, the minds behind Jackass have decided to fast-track Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa. The first trailer is here and it's far more hilarious than you'd expect. They've switched up the format slightly to borrow a page from Borat. The film tells what seems like a longer narrative starring Knoxville as an old man escorting his grandson across the country while behaving badly in front of Joe Schmoe Q. Public. Watch for yourself and decide whether this is the best or the best. And call your grandpa for Christ's sake.


Steve Carell And Disney Give US The (Deep Breath) 'Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day' Trailer

It appears that lots of people are having a bad day, not just Alexander. If there's a niche Steve Carell has carved out for himself, it's playing the central character in ensemble dramedies in which everyone seems to be at their wit's end. Dan in Real Life, Crazy Stupid Love, Little Miss Sunshine (not the central character there, but still...). So it stands to reason that when Disney put Mr. Carell into the adaptation of the beloved children's book Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day, many more people than Alexander would be struggling. Carell has a no good very bad day, Jennifer Garner has a no good very bad day, and some teenage actors I don't recognize have no good very bad days. While the film seems to stray from the sweetness and alienation that the kid feels, it look pleasant enough, even if there seem to be gratuitous references to texting, Photoshop, and a character says, "hashtag: blessed" in it. Welcome to the new world order.


'Breaking Bad' Featurette Will Remind You Why You Love 'Breaking Bad'

It's almost here! It's almost here! AMC just released a fun little featurette that manages to have somehow raise my anticipation for Breaking Bad season 4 without divulging a single plot point. The various characters discuss the themes of the season, which seem to simply be amplifications of the themes of every season: Jesse's in a dark, sad place; Walt becomes almost 100% criminal, Skyler develops a taste for the lifestyle. Essentially, all this featurette really does is remind us of two things: all the different trajectories that were established over the first 3 seasons, and how well Breaking Bad tells those stories. It doesn't take much to get fans of the show excited for the new season. How do I know? Because these featurette gives us virtually nothing but a great reminder, and I'm excited.


Honest Trailers: 'Breaking Bad'

Oh yes. We went there. This trailer required a lot of honesty, because Breaking Bad isn't delivered in a nice little 90-minute package like most of the fanboy movies we send up. Consequently, we've got almost a five-minute runtime for this little number, but it's impossible to overdo the analysis for Breaking Bad (no it isn't), so runtime isn't really a factor. Anyway, our glass-is-half-empty outlook really pays off in spades when we need to get REALLY critical of the best show in the history of the medium (arguably). But we can all agree that some breasts wouldn't hurt the show. We can agree on that, right?


The 'Jem And The Holograms' Trailer Doesn't Look All That Bad

It looks like this movie could stand alone even without the nostalgia factor. That headline isn't to say that this is a pretty blatant nostalgia play by the guys that brought us Pitch Perfect, but Jem and the Holograms looks like it could be a decent enough movie about a girl making it big in music. It doesn't seem to heavy on the familiar content of the cartoon, but does offer the similar premise, and some pink hair. Jerrica Benton is a girl having a hard time, naturally, and has a creative streak that she doesn't want anyone to know about. She makes a video of her singing a song, her sister makes it public on YouTube, and it blows up. Jerrica becomes Jem, her sisters become the Holograms, and stardom ensues. Take a look:


'Hot Tub Time Machine 2' Has Given Us A New Red-Band Trailer At Comic-Con

They exploit the future for personal gain, which is probably pretty realistic. In case you thought you were going to have to go through life with only film about a jacuzzi that breaks the space-time continuum, think again. At Comic-Con the producers of the film unveiled their newest red-band trailer, and, because we live in the information age, that means that 18 seconds later, it's available online for every person that wasn't able to to make it down to sunny San Diego. It looks...good. As good as the first one. As bad as the first one? It's a move about a time machine that takes people to the 1980s and is a hot tub, so you should know if you're going to like it or not just based on that description. Ladies and gentlemen, it's with great awe and wonder that I present to you, Hot Tub Time Machine 2.


'Wild Card' Trailer: Jason Statham Is Beating Up Bad Guys In Vegas This Time

When evil happens in Vegas, he slays in Vegas. We all know this plot by now. Some misguided thug beats up a woman who knows Jason Statham. He's then forced to maim and kill that thug's anonymous henchmen by a) judo chopping them in the throat, b) throwing them through glass, c) using an everyday object like a bicycle, belt, or luggage handle to beat them up, and d) all of the above simultaneously. All leading up to his headbutting to death their ringleader. There's no problem this man can't solve with a headbutt. However, something about this hackneyed, well-trodden path seems fresh, compelling, and original. Can't quite put my finger on it.


Trailer For 'The Bang Bang Club' Offers Attractive Actors, Bad Accents

Apparently only good-looking people were allowed to photograph South Africa after apartheid. I had no idea. I'm not down on Ryan Phillipe, Malin Akerman, or the abtastic Taylor Kitsch, but they aren't known as acting chameleons along the lines of Christian Bale or Gary Oldman, so to ask all three to adopt the notoriously difficult South African accent is a tall order. One that, predictably, goes unfilled in The Bang Bang Club. The movie center on photographers with the high-risk assignment of documenting the end of apartheid in South Africa in the early 90's. What could have been a compelling narrative ends up looking like the Deep Impact to The Blood Diamond's Armageddon. Phillipe, you're plenty handsome and a fine actor, but you're no Leo DiCaprio. Taylor Kitsch, you're plenty handsome...(awkward silence). If this was a fictional story, it wouldn't fall quite short of expectations (based on this trailer, anyway) but as the subject matter is real, it feels like the team fell short of their goal. Apparently only good-looking people were allowed to photograph South Africa after apartheid. I had no idea. (Playlist)