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'Celeste and Jesse Forever' trailer: Andy Samberg and Rashida Jones suffer separation anxiety

Corduroy blazer-wearing hero? Check. Fetching heroine who belches occasionally? Check. Dreamy electronica soundtrack? Check! Sundance breakout Celeste and Jesse Forever has all the ingredients to be a good, old-fashioned summer sleeper. In place of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel, who have vacated their thrones as indie film’s prom king and queen, Andy Samberg and Rashida Jones play a couple whose Facebook status most certainly reads “It’s complicated.” Check out why below. READ FULL STORY

Box office preview: 'Rock of Ages' and 'That's My Boy' take on 'Madagascar 3'

Tom Cruise and Adam Sandler, two box office titans (in very different genres), offer up their latest movies this week.

Cruise stars in Rock of Ages, the ’80s-rock musical based on the hit Broadway show, while Sandler serves up his standard crass-and-proud-of-it comedy with the R-rated That’s My Boy. Both titles should play to broad mainstream audiences, but whether they can dethrone Madagascar 3 is another story.

Here’s how I think the Top 5 will shake out: READ FULL STORY

'That's My Boy' red-band trailer: Adam Sandler has a 'Hangover'

Could Adam Sandler’s new comedy That’s My Boy be skewing slightly more towards The Hangover then Jack and Jill? That’s what seems to be the case in the new red-band trailer for the June 15 release, which stars Sandler as an immature manchild who crashes the wedding of his seemingly put-together son, Todd (Andy Samberg).

The NSFW trailer reveals Todd’s tranquil bachelor party and rehearsal dinner gone horribly wrong (or right?) thanks to Donny’s juvenile interference. As the clip unfolds, the shocks become even more preposterous, although the level of swearing, toilet humor, and obese nakedness can’t possibly come as a surprise. See what Sandler says tastes like ” his f—— d— infused with b—-” below: READ FULL STORY

Ryan Murphy in talks for 'One Hit Wonders' with Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, and Andy Samberg

Ryan Murphy definitely still has music on his mind: EW has confirmed that the Glee co-creator is in talks with Sony Pictures to make One Hit Wonders, a musical comedy about three flash-in-the-pan 1990s pop stars who decide to team up for a comeback. Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, and Cameron Diaz are attached to play the stars, and Andy Samberg is also attached to join the cast for an unspecified role. (Deadline first reported the story.)

No deal is in place yet for anyone, nor is there even a script, which Murphy would pen with Glee cohorts Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. Samberg’s music group The Lonely Island may also contribute to the film’s music. Murphy would likely direct the film after he makes his long-planned feature adaptation of Larry Kramer’s play The Normal Heart.

CORRECTION: As had been previously reported by EW and other outlets, Beyoncé is not attached to nor in talks to join the project.

Read more:
‘Glee’ cast will not be touring this summer
‘American Horror Story’ season 2 scoop: Ryan Murphy teases which actors will return and where it will be set
Fox: There will not be a ‘Glee’ spinoff

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