Thanks to some necessary(?) crowdfunding, Zach Braff is finally back behind (and in front of) the camera, a decade after making his directorial debut with Garden State. His new film Wish I Was Here follows a struggling actor/single father who starts home schooling his two kids when his dad can no longer afford to pay for their private school education and the only available public school is on the verge of collapse. The first teaser (above) for Wish I Was Here — co-starring Kate Hudson, Mandy...Read Full Story
(From Universal)Using more than 10 percent of our brains would basically turn us into superheroes according to Luc Besson's new movie, Lucy. But if you can get over the eye-rolling premise (that whole 10 percent thing is a ridiculously outdated urban myth at this point), then Scarlett Johansson does look pretty badass in the first trailer, killing lots of dudes, and making very weird things start to happen as her brain's capacity skyrockets. Check out the trailer below along with a few key...Read Full Story
Is Michael Bay going to ruin your childhood by rebooting the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie franchise? Well, you can finally start formulating the answer to that question now that the first teaser has hit the web. Even though Bay is just the producer (Jonathan Liebesman directs), it's predictably Michael Bay-y: hefty CGI, big explosions, 360 degree camera work, lots of Megan Fox, and sound effects that make it seem like the movie was shot in the hull of an old warship or the belly of...Read Full Story
(YouTube) Let's imagine for a second that Nick Miller and Coach, two dimwitted characters from New Girl, suddenly decided that, like their pal Winston, they wanted to embark on careers as police officers. What do they do? They pretend to be men in blue and get wrapped up in silly little adventures.
That's exactly what goes down in the new trailer for the forthcoming buddy comedy Let's Be Cops, except that the characters in the film are not Nick Miller and Coach — they're actors Jake Johnson...Read Full Story
(Warner Bros) Melissa McCarthy and her awesomeness are back in the trailer for the forthcoming road-trip comedy Tammy. In the film, McCarthy plays a woman who loses her job, finds out that her husband has been cheating on her, and hits the road with her alcoholic grandmother (played by Susan Sarandon). Along the way, mayhem ensues.The first trailer for the film shows McCarthy's incompetent attempt at robbing a Topper Jack's fast food restaurant. It features fierce dance moves, amazing T...Read Full Story