Watch Wes Anderson's New Short Starring Jason Schwartzman

Anderson on overdrive. A few weeks ago, the Internet went berserk over SNL's limp attempt to ape Wes Anderson's filmmaking style from the early 2000's for the fake horror movie trailer The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders. If that got your clicks, then you're going to LOVE THIS. So Wes Anderson-y.

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Jason Schwartzman Is A Total Prick In The 'Listen Up Phillip' Trailer

From the looks of this trailer, I don't think Phillip is the type of guy who listens. If you thought that you had the image of the insufferable nailed down, you might want to watch the trailer for Listen Up Phillip, because Jason Schwartzman will be the new archetype. In the film, he plays a writer who's achieved a little success with his book, and, yes, it's all gone to his head. He treats his girlfriend, played by Elizabeth Moss, like a jerk, and he manages to take Wes Anderson's hallmarks of aloofness and brevity, and turn them into weapons that keep anyone from liking him. Take a look, and realize that the only writers worth a damn these days are working on websites, where they could never possibly develop any ego, or even sense of self-worth, at any time.


SNL Offers Us The Trailer For A Wes Anderson Horror Film

You'll be murdered with quirkiness and Kinks songs. The more films he puts out, the more Wes Anderson finds detractors pointing out that his schtick is wearing a little thin. Timeless (and not in a good way) fashion, songs that almost sound like nursery rhymes, and deadpan characters. I see how it could get a little tiring. However, maybe a genre shift would allow him a reprieve from these accusations. He could still do all the Wes Anderson-y stuff, but he would just have to have some people get killed. NBD. It's worth it just for the title reveal.


Wes Anderson Is Up To His Old Trick Again With 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Trailer

A return to form? Wes Anderson got this one in just under the wire so hipsters can fashion their Lobby Boy costume for Halloween. Because how embarrassing would it be to dress like Where The Wild Things Are kid again? This time around, Ralph Fiennes stars as the selfish man-child whose outsized ego threatens to bring down everyone around him. All in all, The Grand Budapest Hotel looks like a return to form after the languid pace and forgettableness of Moonrise Kingdom. The ensemble comedy also stars Anderson favorites and newbies like Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton, Willem Dafoe, Jude Law, Owen Wilson, Lea Seydoux, Bill Murray, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum, Jason Schwartzman, F. Murray Abraham, Tom Wilkinson, Harvey Keitel, Tony Revolori and the color pink.


NBC Did Something Right Thanks To The Arcade Fire

They did it on purpose too! Well, this was unexpected. NBC agreed to air something awesome. Of course, they waited until 1am Saturday night/Sunday morning but still... something awesome was broadcast to the nation on the National Broadcast Company. After appearing as the musical guest on the season premiere of SNL, Arcade Fire made things weird by launching into their own after-show concert special. Directed by Roman Coppola, the style of the special was made to ape the crap that followed SNL in the early 1980's. Look out for cameos from James Franco, Rainn Wilson, Bono, Ben Stiller, Michael Cera, Bill Hader, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Schwartzman, Eric Wareheim, and Aziz Ansari. More of this please, NBC. Please fill your late night programming with gonzo stuff.


Watch Antoine Dodson Tell Dat On CBS’s ‘Intruders’

CBS has a huge hit on their hands with the series adaptation of Twitter sensation "$#*! My Dad Says," so it makes sense they'd want to stick their fingers in more sticky Internet pies. Enter Antoine Dodson. CBS has a huge hit on their hands with the series adaptation of Twitter sensation "$#*! My Dad Says," so it makes sense they'd want to stick their fingers in more sticky Internet pies. Enter Antoine Dodson. Earlier this year he rocked the web with an auto-tuned version of his candid news interview. Now he's going to rock CBS Primetime with the new procedural drama "Intruders." This is all fake, of course. Until I announce how very real it is this fall. Hey CBS, send those residual checks to Break c/o Hans Longshanks.


Anderson Cooper Kicks 'Barbie Mom' Off His Show

He calls his guest "dreadful!" How delightfully Victorian! Anderson Cooper, in addition to becoming a John Slattery-like sex symbol among middle-aged women and probably more than a few bashful men, is quickly becoming one of the most entertaining talk show hosts around. Not entertaining in a Geraldo Rivera-jackass type way, but in that he manages to balance his decorum with an ability to get completely awed by the weirdness of what he has to report. This time it's "Barbie Mom," aka Sarah Burge, a woman who has gone to lengths to make herself look like Barbie. Which is stupid and fine, I guess, but Cooper draws the line when she talks about sticking Botox in her 15 year-old daughter to get her to stop sweating during pageants, kicking her off in what would be a vulgar display of power by AC standards. Take a look.


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