The latest trailer for Sony Pictures Entertainment’s When The Game Stands Tall sets out to prove the film isn’t just another sports movie. Based on a true story, it chronicles the events after the De La Salle High School football team from Concord, Calif., loses its 12-year winning streak — the longest in football history — and is faced with the task of finding its way back to the top. Watch the new trailer below:
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Dr. Jane Goodall is known the world over as a chimps expert. but over the course of many decades, the British scientist’s extensive research has made her a prominent environmentalist and humanitarian as well. Among her many distinctions and titles is being named the first-ever ambassador for Disneynature, the Walt Disney Label behind the upcoming nature documentary Bears.
“The Disneynature team is honored to have Dr. Jane Goodall as our official ambassador, inspiring others to take part in the world of Bears – which is our shared world – and to make a difference,” Alan Bergman, President, The Walt Disney Studios, said. “Jane has had an impact on countless lives—human and animals alike. She speaks from her heart for all living things, championing the next generation’s pursuit in protecting our planet.”
Between promoting her Roots & Shoots environmental outreach program, traveling, fundraising, and celebrating her 80th birthday on April 3, Goodall spoke to EW about her secret to aging gracefully, her experience traveling to Alaska for the filming of Bears, and details for next year’s birthday plans. READ FULL STORY
If the new season of Game of Thrones isn’t satisfying all your dragon needs, you’re in luck! The sequel to 2010’s How to Train Your Dragon picks up five years later, with Hiccup and Toothless exploring previously uncharted land full of brand-new dragons, plus a run-in with someone from Hiccup’s past.
Watch the latest trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2 below: READ FULL STORY
Megan Fox has long claimed to be a self-described “nerd” but has unexpectedly upped the ante when it comes to her fan-girl obsession with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
“I was really in love with them,” confesses Fox, who stars as reporter April O’Neil in the live-action reboot of the ‘80s cartoon which hits theaters August 8. “I have an older sister that’s 12 years older than me, so part of it initially was because I wanted to be like my big sister. But, it’s a really cool project for me because it was a huge part of my childhood, and it’s always been.” READ FULL STORY
Can you fall in love just by looking into someone’s eyes?
That’s the question Michael Pitt struggles with in I Origins, as a PhD student trying to reconnect with a former love in a very unusual way. Pitt plays Ian, a science guy who had a passionate yet short love affair with Sofi, and now seven years later, tries to track her down after a scientific discovery changes everything. The film is directed by Mike Cahill (Another Earth), and in addition to Pitt, stars Brit Marling, Astrid Bergés-Frisbey and Archie Panjabi. Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY
Could breast cancer be genetic? That’s the question at the center of Steven Bernstein’s Decoding Annie Parker.
Loosely based on a true story, the film follows Annie Parker, played by Samantha Morton, as she discovers that, much like her mother and her sister, she also has breast cancer. Helen Hunt, who plays a researcher, then teams up with Annie and a group of scientists to try and find a genetic link to the disease.
Putting aside the medical stuff, Aaron Paul also plays a Canadian pool man — so there’s that. And let’s not forget the film’s other familiar faces: Alice Eve, Rashida Jones, Corey Stoll, and Ben McKenzie.
Watch the trailer below:
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With the recent end of March Madness, we know sports can be a very serious thing. Luckily, not for everyone.
Intramural is the epic sports film for those who don’t really know or care much about athletics. Jake Lacy (The Office) stars as Caleb, a fifth-year senior and former college intramural champion who gave up the game after his best friend paralyzed his “little friend” on the game-winning play. Back for redemption, Caleb reunites his team in the hilarious send-up of inspirational sports movies (think training montages, lots of training montages) to face off against their rivals, reigning champs the Titans. Twilight‘s Nikki Reed also stars in a cast that includes SNL regulars Kate McKinnon, Jay Pharaoh, and Beck Bennett. Andrew Disney (Searching for Sonny) directs. Watch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY
Living next door to Zac Efron sounds like the dream — but in this new, totally NSFW trailer for the upcoming comedy Neighbors, Seth Rogen doesn’t think it’s all it’s cracked up to be.
As previous trailers have revealed, Neighbors revolves around new parents Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, who move to a neighborhood that’s nice and quiet — until a frat, led by Efron, set up camp next door. Since by now you probably know the movie’s premise, this trailer, naturally, focuses on the hijinks, pranks, and all-out debauchery that follow that ill-fated move.
Watch below, and ponder when exactly Rogen became “the old guy who wants quiet” as opposed to “the guy encouraging another keg stand — stat”: READ FULL STORY
A new, extended Godzilla trailer is out, highlighting the epic destruction the legendary monster will be causing when the Warner Bros./Legendary film arrives in theaters May 16.
There’s a devastated/paranoid Bryan Cranston, who tries to save his wife (Juliette Binoche); a little girl whose vacation is about to get a whole lot more interesting; and lots and lots of military types who have no idea what they are up against. We barely get to see the big baddie, but one thing’s for sure — Godzilla will ruin your day.
You don’t live in New York City without harboring at least a little frustration.
Robin Williams’ character in The Angriest Man in Brooklyn has a laundry list of reasons why he doesn’t love NYC, which you may have gathered from the film’s title. But when he’s in a car accident and suffers a brain aneurysm, his outlook on life changes — mainly because a flustered doctor (Mila Kunis) improperly tells him he’s got 90 minutes to live. The prognosis sets Williams on a wild escapade through Brooklyn as he tries to make amends with the friends and family he alienated over the years. Here’s the trailer:
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