After creating quite a bit of chatter at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival—made only louder by a rather fierce bidding war—we’re finally getting our first look at Chris Rock’s Top Five with the film’s first trailer.
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In one of his final film roles, Robin Williams plays the patriarch of an estranged family of misfits in the holiday comedy A Merry Friggin’ Christmas.
Joel McHale stars as Boyd, a family man who doesn’t actually like to spend that much time with his family, especially his father (Williams). Their relationship is further put to the test when the two hit the road after Boyd realizes he left all of his son’s gifts at home. The film was directed by British TV director Tristram Shapeero, who has worked on shows like Community and Parks and Recreation back in the states from a script by Michael Brown. READ FULL STORY
On Wednesday, we hit you with a first look at Disney’s Tomorrowland, and now we’re venturing even deeper into this realm of science and technology via the film’s teaser trailer.
The story from filmmaker Brad Bird follows teenager Casey Newton (Under the Dome’s Britt Robertson) on a quest to find this hidden place and uncover why it’s being kept secret in the first place. One man who knows some of the answers is an exile of Tomorrowland, a grizzled former “boy genius” played by George Clooney. READ FULL STORY
With Halloween fast approaching, ’tis the season for a good themed party. But based on the red-band trailer for Dear White People, it looks like some people didn’t get the “good” memo.
Tessa Thompson (For Colored Girls) stars as Sam White, the fiery DJ of a radio station at a fictional Ivy League college who has a couple of problems with some things in her mostly white student body and uses her radio platform to get the message out. Example – “Dear white people, stop dancing.” But after a group of students decide to throw a controversially themed party in response, racial tensions and riots escalate. Justin Simien makes his feature directorial debut in the breakout hit from this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Warning: The trailer contains some NSFW language, even if you happen to work at a college. READ FULL STORY
Sasha and Paige are living the dream: They lounge on the couch, eating cake, drinking scotch, and watching America’s Next Top Model together. Until Paige meets Tim.
Community‘s Gillian Jacobs and Gossip Girl’s Leighton Meester star in Life Partners, a comedy that follows two best friends who do everything together until Jacobs’ character enters a new relationship that causes a rift in their friendship. “This movie is about women and their friendship, lives, and careers—things that interest them other than dating, guys, love, and sex,” Meester told EW in April. READ FULL STORY
Community creator Dan Harmon is a comedy heavyweight. He’s also something of an actual heavyweight. (I write this as a man who could stand to lose a pound or 20 myself.) But did that stop the mercurial, mirth-creating madman attempting to crowd surf when he took his Harmontown podcast on the road in early 2013? It most certainly did not, as the exclusive clip below from the tour-documenting, and utterly fascinating, new film Harmontown very much makes clear.
Many children would love it if their books came alive, filled as they often are with princesses and unicorns and so forth. But what if the tome in question concerned a terrifying, German expressionism-inspired monster? No, my friends, that would not be so pleasant as 7-year-old Samuel (Noah Wiseman) and his mother Amelia (Essie Davis) discover in forthcoming horror film The Babadook.
Is it possible to set an entire film on a computer screen? Yes! In the new thriller Open Windows, Elijah Wood plays a blogger obsessed with an actress named Jill Goddard (Sasha Grey) who is persuaded to spy on the star by an unseen but seemingly helpful third party. The twist? Well, there are a few of them in this film from Timecrimes director Nacho Vigalondo. But the most obvious is that the movie does, indeed, all take place on a computer screen.
It is not easy to describe the Dan Stevens-starring action-comedy The Guest, which opens in theaters Thursday. You could say—and I have—that the film concerns an army veteran who inveigles his way into the bosom of a grieving family, but that description hardly does it justice, considering the tricksy, mayhem-packed ways of Stevens’ David. READ FULL STORY
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