Bob Odenkirk’s Movie ‘Girlfriend’s Day’ Is Headed to Netflix Next Year
Not long after debuting W/ Bob & David, Netflix has a new project by Bob Odenkirk in the works. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix will release Bob Odenkirk’s noir comedy Girlfriend’s Day, which centers on Odenkirk as “a down-on-his-luck greeting card writer who attem... [Read More]
Check Out the Trailer for ‘Night Owls’ Featuring Adam Pally, Tony Hale, and Rob Huebel
Adam Pally’s next big film hits theaters next week, and a new trailer was recently released online. Titled Night Owls, the film stars Pally as a workaholic “who goes home with the beautiful train-wreck Madeline (Rosa Salazar) for a drunken one-night stand, and is then horrified to discov... [Read More]
Here’s the First Trailer for Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart’s ‘Central Intelligence’
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart are buddying up for a new comedy called Central Intelligence, and the first trailer for the film dropped today. Written by Ike Barinholtz, Dave Stassen, and Peter Steinfeld and directed by We’re the Millers’ Rawson Marshall Thurber, th... [Read More]
Obscene and Unheard: The Unmade Films of John Waters
John Waters, Baltimore’s infamous Pope of Trash and the auteur behind such rude comedies as Pink Flamingos (1972), Female Trouble (1974), and Desperate Living (1977), has not released a movie since 2004’s head-injury sex farce A Dirty Shame with Tracey Ullman and Johnny Knoxville. Waters... [Read More]
Melissa McCarthy Debuts the First Trailer for ‘The Boss’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
During her visit to last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Melissa McCarthy unveiled the first trailer for her new film The Boss (previously titled Michelle Darnell), which you can check out above. The film is based on a character McCarthy developed during her years at The Groundlings and centers on ... [Read More]
Daniel Kaluuya Will Star Opposite Allison Williams in Jordan Peele’s Horror Film ‘Get Out’
Jordan Peele has cast the lead role in his in-the-works horror movie Get Out. Deadline reports that British comedian and actor Daniel Kaluuya has officially signed on to star in the film, which will center on “a young African-American man who visits his white girlfriend’s family estate.&... [Read More]
Edgar Wright’s First Animated Film Will Be All About Shadows
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and The World’s End director Edgar Wright just signed on to direct his first animated film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Wright will direct and co-write with David Walliams an upcoming animated feature for DreamWorks that will be “centered on the conce... [Read More]
T.J. Miller to Co-Write and Star in Action-Comedy ‘Ex-Criminals’
Silicon Valley cast member and morning news show master T.J. Miller just landed a starring film role. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Miller is set to star in an upcoming DreamWorks movie called Ex-Criminals, an action-comedy he wrote with his cousin M. Miller Davis that centers on “a dys... [Read More]
Bill Hader to Star in John Malkovich-Produced ‘Empress of Serenity’
SNL alum Bill Hader just landed a new starring film role. According to The Wrap, Hader has signed on to star in Empress of Serenity, an upcoming film co-produced by John Malkovich that will also make the directorial debut of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl writer Jesse Andrews. The film is based on [... [Read More]
Seth Rogen, Screwball Comedy, and the Death of the Man-Child
I don’t usually put Cary Grant and Seth Rogen in the same sentence, but here it is: Rogen and Grant are two very different answers to recession-era blues. With Grant, this is well-covered territory. He was the king of screwball comedy, the dominant comedy-film mold of the ‘30s and early ... [Read More]